Only people without rational minds cannot comprehand. You'v got the right points to make. Many guys in this forum will be bombared by the posting if they are unable to smell the coffee..........otherwise, PNG need leaders who are tough yet open minded, fearless, intelligent and can challenge the status quo...
I give credit to the DP for fearlessly went into the court room and arrested the CJ. Though, DP may broke the constitution of the land but personally he did it for the good course...Why??? I have my justifivation. Every political imphases that evetuated in the past months revolted around that doubtful so called CJ.
I beleive, many who hold office are hiding under the comfort of the office as if there is no one above them, assuming the constitution is sacred....
As long as the consitution is man made, can be bended by man as well to patch the loopholes so that the cobweb can not develop further and cripple the whole system.
A good change does not come about easily, someone, a leader has to do something that may seem to be strange at first sight but then many whose thinking process are very slow will later come to their sense and appreciate the importance of such decisions.
Even, if it means to shed blood for the good of the majority and the future generation, it must be so because we have already feeling the pain of corruption. We have to destroy all the breeding grounds for corruption.
Mindsets of many Papua New Guineans I observe is that they are driven by emotions are easily influenced by the words and rumors of others.
If we sit back and carefully monitor the actions of leaders like Belden Namah, we will find some good lessons or value in all his decisions. But if Papua New Guineans are emotional and shortsighted then everyone will draw the wrong conclusion about Belden Nemah.
I am not supporting Belden Namah but I feel from my heart that theres ofcourse value in his decisions...We need more of fearless and tough leaders like him and not sugar...sugar type who are yoyoing around and around corruption to breed right in their noses.
One thing that I want the DP to be conscious of is not to allow his emotions/ego to control him.........that will side track the focus and creates double thoughts in peoples minds.
Another is he must not interfer with other people's business but respect the integrity of other MPs or leaders.........he must go straight and do the right thing.
Good thinking Papua New Guineans must pray for this man so that God the Heavenly Father will give him WISDOM and we won't be surprise he transform PNG for the better.
Don't take this statement seriously because they are only my personal view.........but be good understanding reader.