You use terms that are not welcome here. You cry about a term that is a mere sound rather than a description; whereas you resort to descriptive abuse in retaliation.
Not all Papua New Guinea people are black. Most are brown. Some are pink. Many are freckled, like salt and pepper. Some have hair; some are bald.
We Australians historically referred to PNG people as fuzzy wuzzies because of the hair. It was a revered term covered with much affection. But it was a decsriptive term and soon fell from fashion.
So if you wish to retaliate for insult you feel is thrown at you because of which people you emerge from then simply refer to your target as PNGans or something else that is not so derogatory or descriptive.
When you begin to realise that the outcry against Asians is a symptom of something that Asians are doing to rile the Indigenous population of the SW Pacific, then you should ask yourself: WHY?
It happened in Fiji; it happened in the Solomons; and it is happening in PNG. WHY?
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