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August 11 2010 at 10:57 PM
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Response to Conscripted soldiers would help reconstruct infrastructure.

Nesian,

You go from this other post you made:-

"Why not post about the tough subjects, e.g The Papua New Guinean state's proclaimed Christianity is a contradiction within our constitution and a hindrance to better dialogue with our only bordering neighbour which happens to be mainly Muslim OR that tourism has never elevated a nation beyond its current status but merely constricts it's own opinions of itself and how the rest of the world views it (i.e. if you continuously advertise yourself as a nation of Christian reformed cannibals with a penchant for rugby and strange animals, that's all you'll ever be) OR EVEN that perhaps Papua New Guinea should become a republic with a presidential electoral system instead of the archaic Westminster system. " Nesian

to this one about conscripting every man & his dog to the army???

What is it?? full of bull; or 'pinching' other people's words to make out you are really smart?? I wonder!!

How; exactly; is compulsory conscription to the armed forces, to dig holes and fill in potholes, going to make them more "patriotic"????

 
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