Re: Any government who wants to help us OVERTHROW this regime is my ally.
Moti and the kongkongs Posted Nov 3, 2007 2:05 PM
Here's what kongkongs have to do with Moti-if you disagree with my logic, please explain where you disagree instead of giving your usual obscenities and superficial putdown comments.
What kongkongs have to do with Motigate:
Somare is the kongkong's best friend in PNG, because of reasons such as:
-Somare has given the Chinese a piece of PNG soveriegn territory in Madang Province for the Chinese government to do what they like with. They bring in their own workers (and prostitutes), do whatever they want to the environment, and probably cheat like hell on paying taxes to up their profits.
-Somare has given Rimbunan Hijau pretty much whatever forestry concessions they want, and pushes aside Forestry Act regulations of landowner consultation and approval. He simply gives the concessions to the kongkongs, which lets the kongkongs make much huger profits off our resources than they would otherwise.
Because Somare is the kongkong's best friend, the kongkongs don't want anything to happen to the Somare family. They will do everything to keep Somare in power, including giving the National Alliance heaps of cash to be used for bribes.
Motigate has become the biggest threat to Somare power, and thus is something that worries the kongkongs the most. The kongkongs will do everything possible to help the Grand Thief to coverup the whole Moti affair, because if they can succeed at that, they can keep their Grand Puppet in power.
That is how Motigate relates to the kongkongs.
I appreciate your bringing up the question. Thanks for giving all of us the opportunity to keep explaining our position with your substance-less postings. Keep posting!
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