Rally around the Nationalist Alliance for 2007May 9 2006 at 4:54 PM
|Do you want development or not? |
Consider the accomplishments of the National Alliance in just recent times-
NA led the effort to sign the price agreement with InterOil to guarantee good prices for good profits to this American company. That way, now even grassroots Papua New Guineans will get to pay the same price for their kero as Americans, Japanese and Australians would have to pay for PNG kero.
NA led the effort to push through those sneaky Forestry amendments to make it easier for Rimbunan Hijau and other companies to stay in PNG and make more profits that they are perfectly welcome to repatriate back to their own countries. NA supports more Asian foreign investment, NA is also responsible for the fine management of the Migration Office in Waigani, which we hope to use to use after 2007 to generate more revenue for the government by selling passports to Asians who can afford it.
NA pledges to keep the kina at its present level so that it will stay affordable for more Asian tourists to visit the Tufi Dive resort.
NA pledges to keep the Honourable Patrick Prutaich in a position of high prestige and responsiblity should NA win the elections.
Remember. The National Alliance is the only political party headed by a father-son team in which BOTH have been either referred to the Ombudsman or criticised severely by the Ombudsman for improper activities. If you bring NA back into power in 2007, we will ensure that the Ombudsman's hands become effectively tied.
Vote for your local NA representative. And please remember our 2007 slogan and post it in your church, village, school, and home-
"The National Alliance of Papua New Guinea. We really don't care about the election. We don't have to. With the RH money we have in the bank, we can buy whatever votes we'll need."
Submitted for authorisation by the "soon to be" Honourable Betha Somare, Campaign Manager for the Big Cheese
|May 10 2006, 7:01 AM |
PDM ruled for more then 2 years up to 2002, PNG Dumped them good & proper, almost 90% of them lost their seats.
Just imagine NA is in for 5 years, good gracious how many seats will they lose, they will all be on the streets !!!
The Somare regime, not NA has had its piece of the pie. IT s time for people like Dr. Temu, Bart, Dr. Marat, Sir Mekere,Kimisopa, Yama and Wenge.
Soamre and Pruaitch are traitors!
|May 11 2006, 1:09 AM |
Should we be voting NA back in, I think maybe only a handful who have the heart for PNG...
They have been riding on good commodity prices so my doubt remains. Bart did well but even after turning over surplus last year you'd hardly find that the nation has actually progressed forward..We are still the same as we were 10 years back or maybe worse.
Guys, time has come for us to humble our musculine pride and give our woman folk a run for the office.
Poor MPs, the real problem I believe is the Public Service, the people who are at the front line implement Government policies.
Whilst eating away more than $1 Billion of tax payers money, they aren't functioning, someone really needs to give all the Depts a shake up...
|May 11 2006, 4:56 PM |
Until there's a better offer...NA is it...I'm not saying NA is the best...but what choice do we have...the others are clowns...
|May 11 2006, 5:03 PM |
Ho and regarding this Sepik Tsunami issue...that kind of nonsense should go...we want leaders who have the people at heart...if the PM is guilty of such..that step down from the PM's post..we don't want self agenders to hold the country and its people at ransom...
Time for Bart or Mekere in 2007
|May 12 2006, 2:58 PM |
Its time for Bart or Mekere to see us thru in the next 5 years. If these 2 men can come up with a political grouping for PNG in the 2007 election then I am sure we can see some real changes for our long suffering people.
|May 12 2006, 1:44 PM |
Sapos het blo i klin,
Bai tail blo wara bai klin too,
so don't trangu the MPs
|May 11 2006, 5:00 PM |
I hope Bob Synclare wins the seat from Luther Wenge....the guy is all talk and not enough action...Lae is dire need of Law and Order...and the Governor is very quiet about the increasing crimes in Lae...mipla ol Morobe les pinis lo em...
Wenge, Whenge, Whatge.................
|May 12 2006, 3:14 PM |
We aren't going to stop the mis-use of power and corruption in our country until we change the system, not change the people. The more we talk about politicial personalities, the more we play into the hands of the pollies like blind little sheep!
|May 12 2006, 3:56 PM |
Wenge likes to take causes for the good of the common man. Good for him as he has built some credibility for himself.
However when he put a challenge for a public debate at UPNG with the Mike Manning (I think)and somebody else and when they accpeted Wenge backed down. That would have beeen a first and the public looked forward to see the peoples' champion debate in public and probably on TV but the Morobe Governor backed down. Therefore the respect i had for Wenge evaporated at that time.
I think he is never genuine and more of a whinger.Em laikim biknem tasol, em poret man.
Re: Wenge whinger
|May 12 2006, 4:13 PM |
Again, this incredible urge amongst to focus on personalities rather than address the system that corrupts the personalities. It's amazing really. It's like as hard as we try we simply can't get away from this simplistic thinking that some pollie, somewhere is going to solve all our problems for us if only we can find him. That's amazing kind of thinking from the supposedly educated Papua New Guinean elite!!!!!!!!
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