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Re: ONLY VILLAGE CONMEN, WAIGANI THIEVES & FOREIGN INVESTORS WANT THESE MINES, LNG PROJECT

June 21 2010 at 12:51 PM
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Response to Re: ONLY VILLAGE CONMEN, WAIGANI THIEVES & FOREIGN INVESTORS WANT THESE MINES, LNG PROJECT

Read something about the country of Bhutan, they were just in the news recently because of a big Asian forum in their country. They have always refused to make those kinds of changes you say are essential for development and I suspect they aren't the only country like that either. Even Cuba refuses to make those kind of changes and while the western world is always bad-mouthing Cuba, no one can argue against their high achieving education and health, which are the very foundations of development.

Read something that challenges your brain instead of only the things that reinforce your pre-conceived notions. You're thinking inside the box, just repeating the same story that those who come to help PNG (and actually exploit us) are always saying. In so doing, you sound like the perfect coconut!

Try to be a true Papua New Guinean instead.

 
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