Re: Will we Hulis always be puppets of Exxon> are we capable of electing a REAL leader?
Anonymous Posted Aug 2, 2012 3:52 PM
I could not think of a good time the Hulis will start to learn new things by start respecting and understanding each other.
The Huli man has a attitude problem that they do not want to listen to or respect teach other, even their leaders too. Therefore, when there is a very important time or moment to make decisions for their long term journey into the unknown future, they seem to differ in their own opinion and consequently ended up doing the stupid thing.
If the Hulis have mobilized and had one common vision and mind before they go and sign the BSA & LBBsa Agreements in Kokopo, then I beleive they would come up with something desirable for the HELAS future.
But the ugly thing that transpired is that the Honorable Governor Anderson Agiru and the elected members of the three electorates were on one side with their personal interests while the landowners and the other educated elites on another which created divisions and consequently Agiru blindly signing the LNG Project very cheaply without understanding the importance of the project and the impact that will have on the Hela people and the country with such one sided agreement.
Anyway, with smart leaders being elected into the floor of parliament may bring in some hope into the faces of the people of HELA for the future.