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Col. Yaura Sasa – Another pathetic Somare puppet

January 26, 2012 Leave a comment Go to comments

FROM CRITIC PNG

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  1. Observer
    January 26, 2012 at 7:15 pm

    And from which rock did he crawl out of from?

    • JUDY
      January 26, 2012 at 8:49 pm

      Yeah Observer,em kam lo wanem hap stret.He will go down in PNGs short as someone who did get his five minutes of fame;also he was only doing a favor for their other lapun.So we PNGeans must ‘givim bel lo em na em’ ; if only they can both go ‘na malolo’.

      • JUDY
        January 26, 2012 at 8:51 pm

        Missing word in my reply is ..histroy…my apologises..

      • JUDY
        January 26, 2012 at 8:59 pm

        Yeah Observer,’em kam lo wanem hap stret’?.He will go down in PNGs short history as someone who did he get his five minutes of fame;also he was only doing a favor for the other lapun.So we PNGeans must ‘givim bel lo em na em(narapla yah).

  2. Ologist
    January 26, 2012 at 8:43 pm

    NO MAN IS ABOVE THE LAW! Is he trying to be famous or plain stupid? who does he think he is! Wasn’t he retired already? YOU ARE TOO OLD JUST LIKE YOUR PUPPET MASTER! YOU BOTH ARE INCOPETENT……. YOU BOTH INSANE IN THE MEMBRANE & IN THE BRAIN ASWELL.

  3. Las Island
    January 26, 2012 at 10:49 pm

    All this has happened after the O’neill – Namah faction organised a media conference on Monday together with the Police Commissioner, Kulunga and the Defence Force Commander Francis Agwi with their senior officers giving support to the O’neill – Namah government.

    Just yesterday, the court decision on who was to be the legitimate Police Commissioner between Kulunga & Yakasa was deferred by the judge to 6th Feb. In the meantime the judge specifically asked Kulunga to remain as the commissioner until a decision is made at the given date.

    So the old man is testing the waters!

  4. Naiko
    January 27, 2012 at 5:12 am

    I felt sorry for the old fella watching him on TV…………nothing solid & eventful out of him. If he has adult sons & daughthers, please get him to retire peacefully before he crambles with a heart attack.

  5. Wulmulg Jiks
    January 27, 2012 at 9:41 am

    PNG will no longer tolerating the so called leaders who have damaged the country so badly and we are feeling so painful that it is time to change, Let these very young brilliant and Vibrant Leaders to take the lead, “WHERE WILL PNG GO WHEN THOSE OLD LEADERS TAKE THE LEAD, THEY WILL OBVIOUSLY DUMP PNG IN THE CAVE” Now it’s about time where we need “REAL CHANGE”, I am not letting our OLD Leaders down, I am commenting on their great time, effort and changes they have brought to PNG but look they are old now, In most cases OLD people think and act just like the way BABIES and KINDS under 5 years old act and talk.

    Obviously we are looking at dumping ourselves in the cave where we will hardly come back so please we Genuine Papua New Guineans appealing to those Young Leaders that are influenced by those OLD guys to refrain from the so called Somare Regime. Because the only comment we can make is that you are spoiling yourself, not only that but you people in your own provinces and electorates as you are take the bad image has been placed already. Moreover you will become PUPPETS for someone in your entire life; you won’t even manage to stand for your own family rights.

    Therefore, by now we should be proud that we are having very young and vibrant full of Knowledge and Wisdom leaders who are taking the right direction. We should be happy and not to be misled by power hungry and self cantered leaders.

    Thank you all,
    Jiks Wulmulg.

    • Doz Melan
      January 29, 2012 at 5:22 am

      Wulmulg Jiks, who are these “young brilliant and vibrant leaders to take the lead?” Yeah, I see what you’re looking and most of them are perfecting their own brilliance at stealing from the public purse. Our current leaders could once be characterised in the same way, and they were con artists then too. ALL THE YOUNG PEOPLE SEE CLEARLY HOW YOU CAN GET FILTHY RICH. They’ve been watching the old folks. They are pushing at the fence to to break through so they have their chance too. You need to wake up and smell the coffee, Jiks.

    • Doz tena
      January 29, 2012 at 5:26 am

      Jiks Wulmulg, what are you smoking? “Let these very young brilliant and Vibrant Leaders to take the lead,” you say? Who are you referring too? Most of them, watching how easily and effectively the elders have make themselves rich off the public pocket, are fighting at the gate trying to get through so that they’ll have their chance to become not multmillionaires, but billionaires. You seem to think that young (inexperienced) people are going to do things any better than today’s corrupt leaders, who started THEIR corruption when they were “very young brilliant and vibrant leaders.” I don’t think so, Jiks. Wake up and smell the coffee so that you’ll see the reality of what’s coming – leaders who are even worse than the one’s we’ve got now. But yes, Jiks, they’re young and they’re determined to become brilliant at stealing.

  6. Hel'alli.
    January 27, 2012 at 12:36 pm

    To the Parliament appointed government what transpired amounts to mutiny… to the Supreme court appointed government what transpired is the highest act of bravery in defending the constitution.. ones hero is another’s villian.. lets wait till after the feb 6th decision and see whether he was a hero trying to die for the country or a common criminal basking in a moment of glory ..

  7. Hadji
    January 27, 2012 at 2:29 pm

    There could have been bloodshed on the streets all in the name of defending the constitution and just to return some power craving politician. What angers me most is they stooped so low to resort to an attempted coup, without any further thought or consenquence it would have on the people. Somare took a big gamble and lost badly adding insult to his already diminishing respect. Somare sacrificed his pawn to no avail, its checkmate Somare!

  8. Observer
    January 27, 2012 at 5:05 pm

    If i were in Sasa’s retired army shoes right now, i would be hanging my head in deep shame from this day forth, following yesterday’s miserable attempt in ‘defending the constitution’ via a failed mutiny. The O’Neil/Namah faction will definitely not let his prominent participation in this saga go astray. He will pay a penalty of some sort… and all for Somare’s continuting hunger for power? He has now left you on the sacrificial table.

  9. Ologist
    January 27, 2012 at 8:32 pm

    Goodness…… I wonder what Sasa was promised for him to be so gallable hence his fail attempt of a Military Coup.
    If in another Country, you will be hanged for your STUPIDITY…..
    Where did you Sense of Reasoning originate from? You must be from a different ROCK (Planet)!
    Why was it so hard to say “NO” and basically do the right thing if you really wanted to defend the Constitution?

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