Re: ONLY VILLAGE CONMEN, WAIGANI THIEVES & FOREIGN INVESTORS WANT THESE MINES, LNG PROJECTJune 21 2010 at 9:24 AM
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Response to Re: ONLY VILLAGE CONMEN, WAIGANI THIEVES & FOREIGN INVESTORS WANT THESE MINES, LNG PROJECT
My friend, the price of development is unfortunately a price. Every country in the world has had to make these changes. Even when the missionaries came to PNG, vast changes occur and although many were positive, some decimated the social and cultural systems that held our people together. Credit to our forefathers, they began investing in shifting their values so that faith, education, progress, employment and development must be our destiny as these tools will assist us in managing our future.
The men and women that run these landowner companies are very gifted and talented in running the affairs of their peoples wealth. They are also men and women of God and the few I have met, cannot stop raising his name for the wisdom the lord has given them to bring prosperity to their people. You see, conflict resolutions are led by these men and we have seen age old tribal fights stopped so that progress can come. Funding of scholarships, churches, health and water supply ventures are taking place. My fellow scaper also went further to identify other project sites where these development shave occurred.
My comment is really trying to inform colleagues that PNGns are taking the lead in changing the landscape of commerce and investment and we are doing it with the absolute confidence of lifting our people out of poverty.