O'Neill Knows Who His Real Friends AreJuly 26 2012 at 9:59 PM
|Ultange Mendokane |
Response to Full Marks to Belden
Psychological and strategic games are at play now.
The time high -sweep tactical maneuvering and mind games is now.
After that, the dust will settle and O’Neill will welcome Namah with open arms but with firm caution that politics has ended …..and that he either plays by his tunes or be left in the woods to bark.
O’Neill knows Namah is a true friend, unlike the crowd of fair-weather friends who just teamed up with him.
The recent media shots of former Prime Ministers and O'Neill are just dew before the sunshine. That media bliss will evaporate.
O’Neill is a modern PNGean political architect. He know very well that, having Namah as his arsenal – within his rank will ensure O’Neill achieves progress in dismantling corruption and furthering the progress of Task Force Sweep.
Equal power sharing and equity in development distribution are what was lacking in the Somare Era and O’Neill will want to discharge his trusted arsenal to kick the butts of laid- back and non-performing public service machinery.
Namah is also a powerful arsenal - can be entrusted to deal with rogue AID Donors and Foreign Developers who think they can get away with theft and abuse of our laws and regulations.
The dust will really settle in the eleventh hour and O’Neill and Namah will join hands together to provide the proactive and smart leadership we’ve seen in the last nine months.
Somare, Wingti and to some degree, Duma are snakes in the grass.
O’Neill will never have peace with these conniving and double tongued people around him.
They will be exposed and deposed.
These gang will find themselves in the opposition.
Polye will be less sympathetic towards NA – a party that used him and deposed him. He and Sir Julius Chan’s People’s Progress Party will combine with O'Neill's PNC Party to form the Government for the 9th Parliamentary Session.