Are PNgeans the most hypocritical and ignorant race on earth

Are PNgeans the most hypocritical and ignorant race on earth

Anonymous
Anonymous

October 7th, 2006, 12:27 am #1

From reading the many posts on this web page, i have come to the conclusion that PMGeans are the most hypocritical and ignorant race on earth. This observation can be found in all aspects of PNGean society especially the national government. Many of you often express concerns about PNG's image overseas. You would probably go along way to improving your image by shutting down this site lest anyone stumble across it while on the net.
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Anonymous
Anonymous

October 7th, 2006, 12:53 am #2

you have some issues mate. why don't you go and sort them out. You are right in a sense that there a many who post crap on this site, but many also have thoughtfull discussions. There is no need to tarnish the whole of PNG with the same brush.

Cheers
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Mauswara
Mauswara

October 7th, 2006, 4:24 am #3

Papua New Guineans are great people...there's only a few that paint a bad picture of the country! Like anywhere else--no country is perfect. There's too much hasty generalizations and I advise you not to be so ignorant as most westerners. Admittance of failures via mediums such as the internet is a vital step towards awareness and addressing those issues.

Die Hard PNGan!
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PNG lad in style
PNG lad in style

October 7th, 2006, 4:53 am #4

PNGeans don't give a hoot to self-serving liars - "assies" who wish that their covert and self-image boosting doomsday gospels are not exposed.

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Anonymous
Anonymous

October 7th, 2006, 4:59 pm #5

hahha we love our country and we mess it up ourselves...and when some alien tries to interfer and commend on us, even if we have differences, the good thing about us is that we unite and tell them to piss off...and thats exactly wat we do in PNG. yes we have our own household problems but that doesnt mean that some big and long nosed elephant or long necked giraffe to interfere in our household problems. better clear your own log in your eyes before you spectaculate about a speck in our eyes...
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ManOfPrinciples
ManOfPrinciples

October 7th, 2006, 11:43 pm #6

I AGREE WITH THE OWNER OF THIS THREAD, well summed up, we Papua New Guineans are HYPOCRITICAL and IGNORANT!

I am a first time manager and my first experiences in dealing with my Melanesian brothers are not good and pleasant.

LAZINESS, LACK OF SELF MOTIVATION, LACK OF AUTHENTICITY, LACK OF RESPECT, LACK OF VALUES and the LIST GOES ON!

I am starting to see why we are failing our families, our people, and our country. Our whole attitude is terrible. And when we are in positions of authority or trust we fail to exercise authority and we abuse it resulting in bad management everywhere in our sphere of influence.

I wouldn't say this is the Melanesian way because in times pass, our (or at least my) ancestors knew how to deal with people who have attitude problem who were slack and lazy.

Now we must listen to critism, stop making excuses and address this issues, people who continue to make excuses will fail. The idea is to accept critisms, take responsibility of those critism and work toward rebuilding everything.

Only when we start to listen we will grow as a person, family, people and country. We must stop making excuses.
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Like the taste of your own medicine?
Like the taste of your own medicine?

October 8th, 2006, 1:01 am #7

http://www.gaiaguys.net/age16sept03.htm


"It could not be any clearer that the present leadership covertly condones pedophilia."

Another reflection of the Federal Government's committment to this issue. What Chris Ellison neglected to mention is that the Federal Government DISBANDED Operation Morocco, the unit set up to investigate and prosecute international child sex offenders, approximately two years ago. I was told by one of the members of Morocco that they had many more people/offenders on file than indicated by the official statistics of 200-250. The numbers of offenders they were "tracking" was increasing steadily ... Not that any of them were in any real danger, as you can see from the statistics in the above article. It was all smoke and mirrors / window dressing anyway ... And how ludicrous for Ellison to state that the reason for the low number of convictions of international child-sex-offenders is because they encourage the trying of the offenders in the countries where the crimes took place. Ellison, of all people, would know that many of the developing countries where these offences take place have neither the resources nor the legal systems in place to adequately address the problem of child sex tourism and related offences! In one famous case in India, the prosecution team had actual PHOTOS of the offender engaged in sexual acts with children, and yet the judge still found the defendent "not guilty" due to "lack of evidence". It is almost impossible to secure the convictions of pedophiles using this strategy and our government surely knows this!

It could not be any clearer that the present leadership covertly condones pedophilia. Just look at what Alexander Downer did to the guy who blew the whistle on the protection of Australian diplomats who were engaging in pedophilia in South-East Asia. Downer, with the support of the Government tried to make that man's life a living hell. All you need to do to gain an understanding of Downer's position in relation to the outrageous cover-up is read his parlimentary speech where he spends much time expressing sympathy for the men accused of the offences, but is not so generous in his expressions of sympathy for the child-victims!! Finally the courageous whistleblower was vindicated, but for the Australian government's real position on pedophilia you need look no further than that case!

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You can mislead some people sometime but you cannot mislead everyone all the time.
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Details on child-sex laws

By Annabel Crabb
September 16, 2003

http://www.theage.com.au/articles/2003/ ... 24625.html

Australia's landmark 1994 legislation punishing Australians who exploited child prostitutes while overseas had yielded only 16 formal investigations in its nine years of operation, the Government confirmed yesterday.

Of these, 12 resulted in convictions.

The Age yesterday reported the case of Australian-born Terrence George Matthews, who is facing charges in the Philippines over the operations of his bar and nightclub, Fantastic, which allegedly offered patrons the sexual use of children as young as 13.

Australia passed landmark amendments to the Crimes Act in 1994, outlawing "child sex tourism" and imposing sentences of up to 17 years' imprisonment for any Australian engaging in the trade overseas.

A spokesman for Justice Minister Chris Ellison said a matter arising from the 16 investigations was still in process.

He explained the low number of cases by saying that part of the regime's purpose was to encourage prosecutions in the country where the offence occurred.
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Anonymous
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October 8th, 2006, 2:59 am #8



at least we have our origin/roots/graun....they are lost and illegally squattering on abroginal land.
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Objective View Point
Objective View Point

October 8th, 2006, 11:52 pm #9

SOLOMON Islands citizen and Attorney-General Julian Moti has visited Australia many times in the past year.

If the Federal Government was serious about child sex offenders, he would have been arrested here. But, no we are the new bullies of the Pacific and this is all about hairy chest thumping by an gang of three (3).

Senator Ellison,who gave the most unconvincing interview on "Lateline" most can ever recall and our extremely devious PM is our joke to the world.

This aint about Julian Moti, it's about White Australia telling other nations how to govern. Prime Minister Michael Somare is to be congratulated for standing up to Australia.


-John Berlin
NSW

Post Courier
http://www.postcourier.com.pg
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Anonymous
Anonymous

October 9th, 2006, 7:00 am #10

That's it.
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