GOAL: PNG, a wholly owned subsidiary of China Pty Ltd

GOAL: PNG, a wholly owned subsidiary of China Pty Ltd

PNG Patriot
PNG Patriot

May 25th, 2007, 10:49 pm #1

We're screwed. The USA Pentagon (Defence ministry) has come out with their analysis why China is having a big military buildup. One of the feelings is that they'll use those forces to secure the resources they need for China's economic development.

Did you know that in the agreement Foreign Affairs (Rabbie Namaliu) signed with China for Ramu nickel mine, that China (Ramu mine is owned by the Chinese government)is allowed to bring in its own 'security' (=military) to protect the mine as it destroys the Ramu river and dumps tailings into Astrolabe bay. Hundreds of work permits were approved for Chinese 'security' which we now know is the Chinese military!


China military boost aimed partly at region-US says
25 May 2007 19:44:50 GMT
Source: Reuters

By Andrew Gray

WASHINGTON, May 25 (Reuters) - China's rapid military expansion appears to be partly aimed at increasing its ability to handle regional crises, like conflicts over resources or territory, the Pentagon said in a report released on Friday.

The report also said China's shooting down of one of its own satellites with a missile in a test earlier this year "poses dangers to human space flight and puts at risk the assets of all space faring nations."

The document, the Pentagon's annual report to the U.S. Congress on China's military power, said that while Beijing maintained its traditional focus on the Taiwan Strait as a potential flashpoint, it also seemed to be looking elsewhere.

"Analysis of China's military acquisitions and strategic thinking suggests Beijing is also generating capabilities for other regional contingencies, such as conflict over resources or territory," the report said.

The report said new missile units at various locations in China could be used for crises not involving Taiwan and advances in China's air force would allow extended air operations over the South China Sea.

It said Chinese military documents focused increasingly on the importance of securing communications routes and resources needed to fuel the country's booming economy.
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fed up
fed up

May 27th, 2007, 7:02 am #2

this was in the wind once our so called "cheif" started his "look north" policy. so sick of our polies selling our country for their own greed!!!!!!! these are bleeding us dry. unfortunately we cannot do anything about it because once wanpela k20 gets put in our pocket we seem to miracley forget!
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fed up
fed up

May 27th, 2007, 7:04 am #3

We're screwed. The USA Pentagon (Defence ministry) has come out with their analysis why China is having a big military buildup. One of the feelings is that they'll use those forces to secure the resources they need for China's economic development.

Did you know that in the agreement Foreign Affairs (Rabbie Namaliu) signed with China for Ramu nickel mine, that China (Ramu mine is owned by the Chinese government)is allowed to bring in its own 'security' (=military) to protect the mine as it destroys the Ramu river and dumps tailings into Astrolabe bay. Hundreds of work permits were approved for Chinese 'security' which we now know is the Chinese military!


China military boost aimed partly at region-US says
25 May 2007 19:44:50 GMT
Source: Reuters

By Andrew Gray

WASHINGTON, May 25 (Reuters) - China's rapid military expansion appears to be partly aimed at increasing its ability to handle regional crises, like conflicts over resources or territory, the Pentagon said in a report released on Friday.

The report also said China's shooting down of one of its own satellites with a missile in a test earlier this year "poses dangers to human space flight and puts at risk the assets of all space faring nations."

The document, the Pentagon's annual report to the U.S. Congress on China's military power, said that while Beijing maintained its traditional focus on the Taiwan Strait as a potential flashpoint, it also seemed to be looking elsewhere.

"Analysis of China's military acquisitions and strategic thinking suggests Beijing is also generating capabilities for other regional contingencies, such as conflict over resources or territory," the report said.

The report said new missile units at various locations in China could be used for crises not involving Taiwan and advances in China's air force would allow extended air operations over the South China Sea.

It said Chinese military documents focused increasingly on the importance of securing communications routes and resources needed to fuel the country's booming economy.
this was in the wind once our so called "cheif" started his "look north" policy. so sick of our polies selling our country for their own greed!!!!!!! these ... are bleeding us dry. unfortunately we cannot do anything about it because once wanpela k20 gets put in our pocket we seem to miraculously forget!
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Anonymous
Anonymous

May 27th, 2007, 7:23 am #4

You can say that K20 bribes you but K20 million wouldn't move me. Anyway Wingti, not Somare started Look North. Somare started the yumi PNG mas kamap pamuk blo ol Asian policy.
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Xfile
Xfile

May 28th, 2007, 4:05 am #5

As long as Chinese feel they have more to gain than to lose by coming to PNG, bribing our immmigration officials, and basically taking over our land and securing potential business opportunities, they will continue to do so.

Only when the Chinese (and Malaysians) start fearing for their lives significantly in PNG will the invasion slow down. Otherwise, it is going to get worse, much worse, than it is now.

Our government will never put up walls to stop, much less regulate the invasion, unless the general public puts pressure on the government to do so. Without a people's movement, the government will feel free to operate just as they have been doing, looking at the short term gain (their pocket money) rather than the long term national interest.
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Mad Angry Gaun
Mad Angry Gaun

June 1st, 2007, 1:29 am #6

Em tru but we are in a situation now where China is funding Madang candidates in the elections inorder to facilitate the Chinese hold on Madang.

Peter Yama is seen openly cavorting with the Chinese, also various candidates for Usino/Bundi, also James Yali up in Rai Coast.

There are also rumours that National Alliance was given around K100 million by a collection of Chinese companies to ensure that NA gets re-elected and continues it's policy of "lindaun long China bai kuapim PNG".

People of PNG, we are in serious trouble if NA gets back into power. We will all be prostitutes for the Chinese. This includes the men as well.

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Papagraun
Papagraun

June 1st, 2007, 3:13 am #7

Chinese are backing up certain candidates in madang to extract nickle out cheaply and export to China. Especially in Usino-Bundi and raicoast. I think Yama is and some of the dumb candidates. Please vote carefully and if you find anything sinister about them involving with Chinese, just remove them, by PNG standards....givim finisher olsem kakaruk.
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Aliso
Aliso

June 1st, 2007, 6:34 am #8

Thruout world history, landless people have invaded and taken over people wealthy in land and resources.

In the past, this was done violently, by force.

Today, it is done peacefully. Yet the takeover is real and those who once were wealthy in land and resources will find themselves holding little.

Papua New Guineans, you are about to lose everything. Slowly but surely it will happen.

I will pray that the transition at least will remain peaceful.

God be with all of you.

Aliso
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Anonymous
Anonymous

June 1st, 2007, 5:21 pm #9


Say NO now to Asian's immigration en masse into PNG!

And we'll leave behind a country/nation in which your children's children are not 4th class citizens' in their own land!

No to Asian's. End of Storyline.

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Anonymous
Anonymous

June 1st, 2007, 5:33 pm #10

Understand that the government will never say no to Asians, government people's pockets are dependent on Asian bribes.

I agree with the notion that a much more effective way to solve the problem is for Asians to become frightened to come to PNG. That addresses the root of the problem rather than ineffective medicine thrown at solving the symptoms.

Problem solved!
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