Why PNGians So Concern About Moti Issues? Its Not Your Problem.

Why PNGians So Concern About Moti Issues? Its Not Your Problem.

mankisolomon
mankisolomon

March 4th, 2007, 11:23 am #1

Ol wantok PNG

why you so concern about the current issues surrounding Moti and PNG Government. this is not PNG's problem. This is the issue between Solomon Island Government and Australia Government, and not PNGians to be much concern about.

for your information, Julian Moti was in India for vacation and was on his way back to Solomon Island via Singapore and Port Moresby.

the very questions are;

1.Why didn't the Australia Government got him (Moti) while He was in India or even in Singapore when on his way to Solomon Island? .....

2. Why is Australia Government using Port Moresby to arrest Moti?

3. Why shouldn't the Federal Police of Australia accompany Moti to Solomon Island on the flight from Port Moresby and arrest him with the help of Australian led RAMSI?

4. Are there any hidden motives/agendas by Australian Government of been using Port Moresby for the arrest of Moti, but if none, why shouldnt they arrest him in Singapore or in India?


Papua New Guineans, get alone with your normal business and not so concern about Moti issues. There is no relevancy of importance when you talking about Moti issues.


PNG...are you the Slave of your colonial Master (Australia) still, directly you to do things that suit the interest and welfare of Australia?



DO STOP ALL THIS MOTI ISSUE DISCUSSION IN HERE.....


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Ignorant Fool
Ignorant Fool

March 4th, 2007, 5:29 pm #2

You do not understand, do you..

The "Moti case" in PNG is not about Mr. Moti, Solomon Islands, or Australia. He could have been anyone from any other country for all we care. What concerns PNG is that PNG's laws were broken by people in the highest level of the PNG government, lead by the PM. And these so-called leaders contniue to lie to the people of PNG, even under oath. Mr Moti was in custody in PNG for breaking a PNG law and he was to appear in court. PNG laws were broken when he was unlawfully removed and flown out of the country. It is not about the person, Mr. Moti, or the Solomon Islands and Australia. You can have your Mr. Moti.
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Anonymous
Anonymous

March 4th, 2007, 6:35 pm #3

PNG's law has been always been broken every now and then...both internationally and domesticly from the past till present.. even Australia Government has broken PNG's law as well...

whats the difference between influxs of illegal immigrations into PNG and Moti's case, when you are talking about the security measures.

if it is with other foreign citizens concerning PNG's security outside of Australian interest, PNG government will deal with it following international law...

the Moti's issues has got Australian hidden motives held behind it, and the timing was right when Moti was in transit in Port Moresby for Solomon. why should Australia make arrest ages ago?


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Anonymous
Anonymous

March 4th, 2007, 8:02 pm #4

The PM is very stupid in all his actions concerning the issue that has the brunt of people on the rise against him. He is seen to be a liar and an arrogant leader of a nation.

The point on Moti not arrested in India and Singapore but then in PNG is totally out of the whole picture with some claiming that Australia was behind it to topple the PM.
This is a guessing game of mind to support a leader who has seen to be the Law himself of a democratically elected government.

PNG is just a stone throw away from Australia than India and Singapore and by all chance to catch the fugitive was at a location that is geographically convenient for his arrest-PNG.
Cut all the diversion arguments of no merits and stick to the facts.
1. Laws of the Lands have been broken
2. Senior officers and probably Somare is also involved

They have to face the full force of the Law. Counsel Kawi noken givim sans procecutim ol long olgeta criminal charges na kalabusim ol. Set the records straight for PNG bureacrats and Public Office holders to come.
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Ignorant Fool
Ignorant Fool

March 4th, 2007, 8:48 pm #5

PNG's law has been always been broken every now and then...both internationally and domesticly from the past till present.. even Australia Government has broken PNG's law as well...

whats the difference between influxs of illegal immigrations into PNG and Moti's case, when you are talking about the security measures.

if it is with other foreign citizens concerning PNG's security outside of Australian interest, PNG government will deal with it following international law...

the Moti's issues has got Australian hidden motives held behind it, and the timing was right when Moti was in transit in Port Moresby for Solomon. why should Australia make arrest ages ago?

So if PNG laws have been broken in the past, does that give people the excuse to continue breaking them whenever it suits their interests? If this is what you are suggesting then we might as well throw in the towel and go back to the days of our ancestors.
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Anonymous
Anonymous

March 4th, 2007, 9:18 pm #6

What laws of PNG has been broken?

Bloody fools!


Somare has not broken any laws, its you Australia and you stupid citizens who breach international immigration laws..


Blari ol cargo boi blong ol Aussies!
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Anonymous
Anonymous

March 4th, 2007, 10:04 pm #7

Ol wantok PNG

why you so concern about the current issues surrounding Moti and PNG Government. this is not PNG's problem. This is the issue between Solomon Island Government and Australia Government, and not PNGians to be much concern about.

for your information, Julian Moti was in India for vacation and was on his way back to Solomon Island via Singapore and Port Moresby.

the very questions are;

1.Why didn't the Australia Government got him (Moti) while He was in India or even in Singapore when on his way to Solomon Island? .....

2. Why is Australia Government using Port Moresby to arrest Moti?

3. Why shouldn't the Federal Police of Australia accompany Moti to Solomon Island on the flight from Port Moresby and arrest him with the help of Australian led RAMSI?

4. Are there any hidden motives/agendas by Australian Government of been using Port Moresby for the arrest of Moti, but if none, why shouldnt they arrest him in Singapore or in India?


Papua New Guineans, get alone with your normal business and not so concern about Moti issues. There is no relevancy of importance when you talking about Moti issues.


PNG...are you the Slave of your colonial Master (Australia) still, directly you to do things that suit the interest and welfare of Australia?



DO STOP ALL THIS MOTI ISSUE DISCUSSION IN HERE.....

What about the LAws being broken at jacksons airport??
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Anonymous
Anonymous

March 4th, 2007, 10:41 pm #8

2 wongs don't make a right. The sooner we get rid of Somare the faster we can start rausim ol Asian lain.
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Mangi Wasa-Ra
Mangi Wasa-Ra

March 5th, 2007, 2:41 am #9

Tru, Moti is not our problem. You Solomon Islanders can keep this Child Molestor.

The point is our Laws were broken in the process, somebody pekpek on our constitution. That is why we are upset.

This has nothing to do with Somolon Islands, Australia and Moti. It has to do with some stupid, corrupt PNG officials and/or the PM getting involved with an (Alien) and breaking our laws.

We want everyone, especially the bigshots with small brains and no heart for this country to simply OBEY THE PNG CONSTITUTION. If you cannot understand this my fren from Somolons, then sorry, go back to school. Some of us in PNG want a law abiding society.
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rhino
rhino

March 5th, 2007, 5:45 am #10

Thinking PNGians are very concerned about leaders of this country violating and breaking every law made by them to protect the pipol of PNG. How can the laws of PNG protect its citizens when leaders and MP's continue to break these laws. Child molesters like Moti will definitely make a mockery of us and bribe leaders to allow him break the very fabric of the PNG laws. So we are concern becoz a child molester has just broken our law, and worst still a the PM and other leaders have aided him do so. These leaders must pay for their crime. Recycled leaders should not come back after the 2007 general elections. They've grown to old, have lost respect, and are no longer wise. Mi sem long ol leaders blong PNG i bikhet tumas, they are simply lawbreakers and the real rascals.
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