where is that man-candidate that flew in and flew out in 2007, infact, every 5 years and promised all mussaus and sepiks in kvg he would triple their wages to K550 per fnite if he was elected governor.then he came last and went back to mosbi never to be seen again.
lukaut.paska is coming back in 2012 to make more promises.maybe this time K1000.00 per finite if we elect him member for namatanai.
john paska you anaada conman like ben micah and byron chan.go bek to mosbi
i voted john paska because he promised that as governor, he would provide jobs to all settleers in madang camp even sapos we didnt have jobs and lived in kavieng town for less than 1 year.as a madang son, i have every right to live in kavieng and work here.that is the right of any png citizen.mr paska talked about ideas that i found to be true so i and my family of 5 voted paska.
tasol, after 2007 when he lost he went back to mosbi and never came back.he just forgot about the madang setllers who gave him food and organized his campaign cost in 2007.we have been trying to contact him even travelling to sentral new ireland but told always, he is in mosbi.as former pangu and na voters, we made abig decision to leave because paska sounds good when he talks.but all broken promises.
john paska has thick skin and is obviously not ashamed at being rejected a record 4 times over 20 years contesting elections.he has contested ncd regional twice and polled very poorly coming 2nd last in 2002.4th last in 1997.then he came to new ireland in 2007 and came 5th last.yet he wont accept that people dont vote for individuals who have failed to demonstarte honesty and integrity.
here is an example of paska campaign in 2007.he visits the urban centers and promises to increase workers wages if elected! people actually believed him because they were so hard up with trying to get a job.paska exploits suppressed urban dwellers.they believe him because paska goes around big noting that he is president of png trade unuin congress a 2 bit organization operating out of a 2 man office with dubious achievments and goals.
whilst it is mr paskas right to contest as many elections as he wishes, it is the peoples right to continually reject him as a genuine leader who will sacrifice his life in ong national interest.
Perhaps the Trade Union needs to be checked out too...
September 3 2010, 5:38 AM
I would like to suggest that if people are complaining about Mr. John Paska, they need to go to where Mr. Paska lives and breathes. He lives and breathes Unions...I sympathise with him. Has anyone done a reality check on the Trade Union Congress. The TUC is basically supported by registered Unions and international welfare forums on Labour.
The Unions in the country could be ransacked by Union leaders and secretariats too. Leaders and managers with characters who seem forthright in speech but when it comes to morality, I would like to reserve my breathe...how ever most of them speeve, spend, gamble, drink, womanize, manize...Can anyone disagree with me please on this observation? For transparency's sake and fairness.
That is the tip of another iceberg...Another organization gone to the dogs that should absolutely protect every form of labour abuse by employers...Employers will kill and swindle our poor workers because we have sick people also at the helm of such organizations.
Re: Perhaps the Trade Union needs to be checked out too...
September 5 2010, 1:47 PM
agree agree.this man is back in kavieng again and visited our sepik community to set up committees interested in forming committee for his 2012 campaign.he was driving a hire car but we were asking who paid for it.he said he had rich friends at tst and other companies supporting his campaign.would he be using union money for hi spolitical gains? just askin.
Re: Perhaps the Trade Union needs to be checked out too...
September 7 2010, 10:33 PM
nips people read this about your candiadte for new ireland.what a shame ordinary villagers are ignorant to the poor governance displayed by john paska:
THE saga between Bank South Pacific and the union over the recent strike by employees of the bank is far from over, with BSP taking top union leaders John Paska and Michael Malabag to court for contempt.
Also hauled before the court for contempt is lawyer Joe Koi, who represented the striking BSP employees and the Banks and Financial Institution Workers Union, during the strike.
The bank alleged that the three acted in breach of the Aug 23 order issued by the National Court, in which the court directed that no industrial should take place while the issue raised by the workers was before arbitration.
Steeles Lawyers, representing BSP, confirmed that contempt proceedings were issued and matter was listed.
Paska and Malabag were angered by the action of the bank, and threatened to have senior BSP executives arrested for alleged harassment, conspiracy to suppress the voice of the ordinary people and causing extreme distress.
Malabag and Paska expressed their disappointments in a joint statement over the weekend.
Considering the length to which we have to go in order to give assistance to solve the industrial dispute we have to say we are very disappointed that the BSP executives have ordered our arrest, they said.
They said the bank executives conspired to silence the voice of the ordinary people, and were behaving like corporate bullies.
Both men said they had laid complaints with the police to arrest the BSP executives.
When contacted about the threat of arrest of the banks executives, BSP lawyers said the action and threat by Paska and Malabag were misplaced.
The bank also stated clearly that mr paska had also been investigated by pom cid and there were clear evidence of misuse of public funds between 2002-2010 and that an arrest by police were imminent.the bank also stated that an investigation by the trade union itself had highlighted evidence that mr paska had accessed pornography from his computer at work including photos of under aged boys.mr paska refused to comment when contacted by the national newspaper.
wake up peoples.paska and toksi the scumbagz arent getting caught campaigning because they use the hausboi system!!!! get it??? if they visit a village and speak in the hausboi that is a customary right.you cant question them because they havent broken the law technically.but if you can prove they are using words to coorce and entice and bribe idiots that flw them into the hausboi---or better still record their giaman speeches inside, send copy to ombudsman nad electoral commission and nail the basteds that way.these scums earli in their carreer have shown clearly they will flaunt the law, disregard ethical behaviour and will become corrupt leaders if ever elected into public office.png must rid itself of evil leaders like them now tasol.
the ppp in kavieng will never support john paska and give him our votes.now he is begging ppp supporters to give him their no 2 preference but we want leaders who live full time in our province.not port mosbi based nips who just treat us like natives.john paska doesnt even own a house in his own village of pinikidu.thats committment for you.if he doesnt want to live in nip then he will be your typical mp always living in moresby hotels.