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Fighting talk on PNG Blogs

I think we start planning an assasination of O’Neill, Namah, Nape, Maladina & Marat…..these 4 will be noted down in PNG’s history as MP’s killed on active duty while trying to destabilise the judiciary of PNG and creating an imbalance of Powers….My fellow countrymen we must not fear to eliminate them in the best interest of stability for our nation!…..

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Mate,

Lets do it. Everyone should stand up for the sake of the country.

Count me in.

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Former PNGDF SFU member 1 day ago in reply to firstclassof95sfu

yes member….lets stand up to protect our country from falling apart!!…..I call on all current all members of the serving disciplinary forces to stand up for their people and country and lets all move to assasinate or arrest the the current regime members…..they are not important people anymore in the eyes of this country to be protected, supported and escorted around any more!…they have proven to be lunatics who got into power by chance and a creating a mass…..we cannot sit idle anymore and watch them do this….they are nobody…they dont have the heart for this nation and its people!…..lets rise up now!!!

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Any able person…please go ahead and kill them and save our beautiful country!!

 Just get them eliminated from this planet!

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No. good idea though. U cant kill everyone. We have to start an armed revolution. Revolution is the only way out. Armed Revolution is the legitimate means of overthrowing a tarranical and corrupt ragime or government and usher in a new political order. It is fundermental change based on a reordering and reorganisation of the entire political, economic and social systems. If the people have built this nation they can tare it down and rebuild it. Commrads give me a gun and a sword. I will put up my case this weekend on this blog this weekend why I believe an armed revolution is the only solution to the problems of corruption and thivery and injustice and oppression that is rampant in our motherland.

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Our PM is a Puppet with double Tongue, See what he said o Earleir this week , and now what has happened !June election on, says PM Source:
The National,Tuesday 03rd April 2012 PRIME Minister Peter O’Neill has reassured Australian deputy opposition leader Julie Bishop that the general election will be held as scheduled in June.Bishop is on an official visit to Papua New Guinea, accompanied by parliamentary colleagues from the Queensland state government. They are expected to visit Bougainville later.O’Neill thanked AusAID and the Australian Defence Force for the administrative and logistical support they were providing on the election preparation.On the sovereign wealth fund, O’Neill said parliament had passed legislation and that it was all encompassing to include management of returns from major resource projects in PNG and be accessible to consolidated revenue.On issues relating to the Pacific, O’Neill expressed satisfaction about the new arrangements with the United States on the multilateral tuna treaty.On the political situation in Fiji, O’Neill told Bishop that he had met with interim Prime Minister Frank Bainimarama late last year and had strongly urged him to remain committed to the 2014 deadline for parliamentary elections and to return Fiji to democratic rule.On Bougainville, he said the government continued to remain engaged and had availed funding to the Autonomous Bougainville Government for the development of major infrastructure and was working to fully restore government services.Bishop congratulated O’Neill for managing the country well under the current circumstances.

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With the utmost blessings from this great motherland of ours…I can patrioticly swear on oath that their life cost much much more less than the chair they occupy at the parliament house…..they are even worth a dime less than the spent bullet-head of a sniper-scope rifle with a 300mtr radius…..they don’t deserve to live on this land anymore!

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PNG, ready to go on mass strike nationwide if it is definitely defered as rumored. This illegitimate government is feeding PNG to the dogs!

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Sekim_em 1 day ago

f*&k, kill all the politicians who voted for the deferral of the elections… the timing is really cunning too.. easter and the government wants to defer the elections… kill them..

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het pen 1 day ago

giaman reasons nambaut ya. bloody snakes. These issues can be resolved if the government really wants the elections to go ahead..looks like we’re heading for bloodshed..

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Who said bloodshed is not good? By the way christans believe in bloodshed because we are saved by His (Christ) Blood. We need to shed our blood to save this country from ruin. Lets start a revolution.

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This is very dangerous territory for Peter O’Neill.

www.garamut.wordpress.com

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Former PNGDF SFU member 1 day ago

Why is the PNG Military hierarchy so silent and follwing the decision of this rogue government like sheeps led to the slaugther house????……Why are all the majors, colonels, lt colonels & generals in the PNGDF so silent at this time when the interest of this nation is at stake?????  Why are they submissive to the once junior rank officer who is now the loud mouthed DPM?????…..Fiji has done it twice ……and for us….NOW is the appropriate time for the military to rise up and do a unanimous coup with complete support from the civil society so that we locked all the current regime members in Bomana and lets call    fresh election under interim military rule until such time when elections are complete and newly elected members can form the new government……COME ON !!! we can show the world that we can use military to suppress lunatic and drunken regimes with more democratic and people focus government!!!……..Come on Francis Agwi…call the shots and lets get something rolling from your end…if you feel that you are not the right man…then step down and let someone else do it while you provide your support…..it is not about former regime or current regime …IT IS ALL ABOUT OVERTHROWING A ROGUE REGIME AND INSTALLING A NEW DEMOCRATIC PEOPLE GOVERNMENT………..Lets lock all the current regime members at BOMANA with the common criminals…..no special prison required since they are not acting like special people……….COME ON !!!…This is our motheland and our country and we must not sit back and let it evaporate into thin air for the sole interest of a few greedy people who have dirty money to play around…..WHO IS BELDEN NAMAH & O’NEIL…they are nobody!!!!!!! come on lets do it!!

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Francis Agwi has a pot belly he is physically unfit to do anything, besides he must have a secured retirement superannuation fund guaranteed by the Namah Nambawan super fund so he will definitely refuse to loose that funding.

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Tindi Apa 1 day ago

Let us take on arm revolution! We are against this crop of leaders…..we are against this government…we will fight on the streets…we will take up arms….

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Sarufa Mere 1 day ago

Civil Society — Rise Up. Enough is enough. Lets take a civil protest on the streets nationwide.

We are controlled evil-minded leaders.

Send this message via mobile phones to everyone on your contact list.

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K600 Taxman 1 day ago

Kan burn the Parliment……..!!!

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Bro,

Thats exactly what we must do, let do it now or we will all regret.

Support your idea K600 to the fullest.

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It is well overdue for maintenance anyway but the maintenance cost might be more than building a new one so the proposition to burn it down is a good one but the fire should be set alight under the speakers seat so it’s the first thing to get burnt. In the event the fire is put of at least the speakers sit is not there. He is the asshole that has fuck the country big time.

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PNG1 1 day ago

Send these expressions of anger to  Speaker Nape, O’Neilll, Namah and all of them.  They do not deserve peoples sympathy.  They should be gotten rid off,  by civil society. I fully support expressions expressed. People have the right to protest against such acts of government, including the police, defence personal, this is way it is justified to do so.  Police should also take part but in a way to protect property.  By people I mean public servants, women groups, church groups, Ngos, and the elite should stand up for the masses of our rurla people who would no have a clue and are oblivous to what is going on.  This a time when civil should stang together.

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They needed more time to break the safe to get more money, and now they just bought enough time to steal more, Shame of them,

They have laws to keep the judges quiet , so now they are on top of the world, more like Sadam, Hitla, Gadaffi and the likes

Namah has thown money around to buy votes to make his words comes true,  If O’Neil is one of the 63 who voted FOR then he is a Liar. But if he in the group of 10 who voted AGAINST, then the picture is clear, NAMAH is running the show with money, not O’Neil is not in control , he has no number power. Power lies with man with money.

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Former PNGDF SFU member 1 day ago

By the way….a few brainstorm thoughts….where in POM exactly is the home of O’neil, Namah, Maladina & Marat…can anyone give me some specific infor to start with…a google map indication will do………….we have read & heard about it elsewhere…now its time it happen right on our doorstep!……

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Bro,

Another strategy, their weaknesses are their families, if you can’t get them, kidnap and execute their immediate family members which will send a clear message to them and I know all their Policemen and soldiers are ill trained, undisciplined, pot belly and the doctrine they are using are out of date.

I am fully doctrinal and will help in any analysis of plan for any uprising.

I am a founding member of your former unit and very influential. I will get in touch with the rest of the boys tomorrow, some serving and some like you.

God bless us.

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SF Buddy, I agree if they are hard to get, we must target their partners. For example if we can’t get Belden, we must target his girl- friend and sweetheart Sam Basil. By the way Sam Basil is a gay.

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Former PNGDF SFU member 1 day ago in reply to SF Buddy

Bud…lets get things rolling to save our beautiful land…..their is no better time than NOW…this country needs us…..this regime and its leaders are nuts…they are no better than Ghadaffi, Saddam and the likes….they must be dethroned immediately for our good of our country that we swear an oath to protect!…..

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Former PNGDF SFU Member, SF Budy, once SFUstillaSFU all yu are chicken guys …SFs don’t errantly outburst in blogs. They keep their mouth and shut their ass, pondering their move for their best shot..come dickheads. Don’t be like fools, why not you guys go to Namah and tell him about our corncens for our people sake. Namah was SF01 wasn’t he? He is one of your budy come one guys there is no one  closure to him than you guys…there are other SF buddys at his back. Get them together and have some sort of forum. I know for sure that he is the one who is manipulating O’Niell and stink parliment.

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Former PNGDF SFU member 10 hours ago in reply to Warrior 06

Bro…blogs are medium to get people’s reactions and thoughts so that
everyone is tune up to the beat before anything happens….I understand
the painful anger we all have…but there needs to be a full majority
support and tune up for a good cause to save our country.

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Oconnerjohn41 1 day ago

I call upon all Papua New Guineans from across the length and breadth of the nation to put all differences aside and stand together as a united people for the sake of our Country and its Constitution and to take up the struggle and fight to ouster the rule of this rogue regime. The constitution of our country has never been subjected to abuse and tampering for self-centered interests by any ruling regimes in the history of the country. It is however been seriously breached and tampered with by this regime and there is no doubt that a much serious and destructive agenda looms and that is the abrogation of the entire constitution for political expediency. The suspension of two of our most senior judges, who are official and custodian of our constitution and the much recent decision by this gang of politicians to defer elections, signifies a looming disaster for the Country. At no time in the history of this nation has the constitution of the country been tampered with so recklessly and deliberately compromised for political expediency. This regime has seen fit to make an absolute mince out of our Constitution by enacting a law  to enable the  direct suspension of  two of  the elites of this country (our best brains) and further  derail and trample our foundational laws by postponing the elections. This regime and its band of politicians have seriously hijacked our country and in so doing are headed for a dictatorial style of governance where the wielding of executive power will be raw and answerable to on-one and no institution. This regime has gutted out the Judiciary Arm of our Government and rendered it powerless to intervene in conflicts of raw power wielding by this lunatics. What other institution has the state left with to protect and defend the freedom and adjudicate justice for our people. There is none, the Judiciary has now been toyed with. Papua New Guineans you have a justifiable reason to be concern as your future hangs in the balance but more critically in the hands of a group of lawless and dubious and double faced politicians who will not give a hack about the welfare of this country. Before the worst beholds us, my dear brothers and sisters, we must act and act now. You have the democratic rights but not only that, you have the same freedoms all other democratic countries enjoy, so I urge you all country men to rise out of your comforts and take a stand for your country and Constitution. I urge fellow countryman in the police force and Army to use your conscience, the very Constitution you swore to defend and uphold is under threat will you defend it.? I urge you to break ranks with the rogue regime, and join ranks with your countrymen and women and defend this land and its Constitution and take back PNG from the dirty and corrupted paws of this regime. Let’s take back PNG.!

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Former PNGDF SFU member 1 day ago in reply to Oconnerjohn41

UNDIVIDED SUPPORT!!!  LETS DO IT!!

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BUSH HUNTER 1 day ago

PLIS YUPLA  TOKTOK OK TRUTRU OK  PLIS WOKIM SAMTING STRET NAU. I AM OVERSEAS AND SEEING AND READING ALL THESE HAVE MADE ME BURN WITH ANGER.  I AM SWEARING LIKE NEVER BEFORE IN MY LIFE, EVEN THOUGH IT IS HOLY THURSDAY. JUST GET ORGANISED AND GET THE BALL ROLLING. AND MAKE SURE ALL THOSE MOTHER FUCKING POLICEMAN AND SOLDIERS WHO HAVE BEEN PAID BY NAMA AND THE LIKE NOT STAND IN YOUR WAY. TRU ANTAP MI TOK, I JUST WISH I AM IN PNG RIGHT NOW FOR I AM A REALLY GOOD ARMATURE MARKSMAN. NOT TRAINED BUT I CAN DO A GOOD JOB. HAVE TRIED IT BEFORE WHILST HUNTING  ANIMALS AND I BELIEVE I CAN DO IT ON THESE BUNCH OF ASSHOLES TOO! IF ONLY I AM AT POM RIGHT NOW!

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KDONem 13 hours ago

Cool down guys, why has no one mentioned the fact that Andrew Trawen’s incompetency in getting his work done on time the root cause of all this and why is no one not demanding the immediate removal of this bloody hopeless idiot!. Parliament is ruled by the majority and not by Peter O’Neil himself so why attack him and overlook the above fact? Parliament has capitalized on Andrew Trawen’s failure to defer elections by six months. Could we not think for a moment and try to reason things before crying foul like some villagers here, we are made up of a very diverse group of people, 80% of which are not as informed as we the members of this forum are. People are more bound to takes sides following tribal identities more than what you discuss here on this forum. What you are discussing here will only serve your own interests and not the interest of more than 80% of the people in this country, children need to get on with schooling, people need to live their lives, we the very minority should not disrupt the whole country. What is six month?, nothing! Maybe we can use the six months to clean up Andrew Trawen’s mess and have the Indians install the electronic vote counting system, vote counting has always been the most corrupt part of our voting system. Let us clean this up and use the six months to install the electronic vote counting system, this will the best thing we can do for ourselves to get alot of the crooks out of Parliament if we can. Come on guys, think out of the box and think positive and accept some change initiated by our elected leaders. Do we have to be like everyone else in the world? We are land of the unexpected, we can do things different, accept it and get on with life!. Over to you..

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KDONem,

Olgeta em ol toktok tasol na nogat man bai kirapim unless of course there is already an existing network from the intellectuals down to grass roots. FULL STOP! PNG is deeply rooted into tribalism of over 800 languages and this is reality. If they kill Peter O’neill, Belden Namah and their current executives, they are rest assured that Somares, current opposition and Judiciary  will not be left untouched. And this is what they are calling for – civil war, more bloodshed, brother against brother. Surely, we can not and must not go down this road….

Let us talk reality.
1. The grass roots (80 %) like and revere our armed force out of respect. Our armed force is made up of people from almost every tribal group in PNG and they are very representative. Good thinking civilians with standing in our respective communities who think first for the country should infiltrate  into the ranks and file of our DF for a possible military coup. I truly support this and me and my tribes men and women will stand up for the course – free PNG of corruption and make a fresh new start over about 5-10 years.

2. Lets bear with and let this election be moved 6 months forward and after which the current 109 members should be all voted out. Those of you talking about physically killing the current government / opposition members are now given an extension of 6 months to go back to your tribes and effectively carryout awareness to removed your current MPs for fresh new bloods in png politics.

3. Corruption appears to be and is institutionalized and therefore, after new politicians have moved to form the government, all bureaucrats be changed with new managers from private industries who are well disciplined. These group of dept heads will instill discipline and budget control with prudent public finance management as is the case in private sector.

4. Revisit our constitution and make necessary tougher amendments to capture since independence and going forward, any MP or bureaucrat / public office holder found to have stolen from the public purse fraudulently, the state must forfeit his / her properties for the people of PNG.

5. Investigate all Politicians, bureaucrats and business cronies / associates since independence and recoup money, properties, lands and etc.. fraudulently obtained be released or reimbursed to the people of PNG.

Lets take either option 1 and or 2 who will implement 3, 4 and 5.

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Sniper 21 hours ago

Fellow country men, women and children, enought is enough!!!!!! PNG does not belong to the 63 of them. Someone please get the Parliaemnt hansard so the 7 million of us know who to target. Let us rise up NOW and FIGHT to save this country!

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Former PNGDF SFU member 10 hours ago

Since Independence they were much more bigger problems than this…but elections were still held on time…Andrew Trawen was there when the 2007 general elections were conducted which all the current MPs are part of…I can clearly see you are one of those that believe everything the MPs are saying and doing…..the timing of the introduction of the Judicial law and the deferral of elections can be seen clearly by everyone as a deceitful by the current regime….O’neil has publicly lied to PNGeans that election will be held on time and the judical bill will be given more time before implementing it…..EVERYTHING IS NOW CRYSTAL CLEAR about the motive of the current regime…….you seem to be the only one with a non-intelligent syndrome…..therefore accepting everything very submissively……ignorant people like you are what this regime needs more of so that they can continue to step on you and make whatever decisions they wish!………….start thinking or you will never think again..

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PRO PNG ARM REVOLUTION2010 18 hours ago

Hell hell hell, heard enough, seen enough. I have long dreamed of am Armed Revolution unit to go way forward to solve all this mass.To all the pattriots above who are in for the Armed Revolution, I have just started working but can back you guys up with any financial needs. Though I dont have the military skills, I also want to get into the action and blow some brains out of these cunts. We need to start up something. FULL SUPPORT FOR PNG ARM REVOLUTION- lets fight for the rights of our people, our land and country. PNG PRO – ARMED REVOLUTIONIST…

  1. April 7, 2012 at 8:27 am

    The words used in this forum reveal how angry Papua New Guineans are regarding Peter O’Neill’s government.

    Belden Namah might be sending out his ‘Social Media Police’ to investigate.

    • Pjleslie
      April 10, 2012 at 1:53 pm

      Our country today is controlled and run by people who are not Papua New Guineans, nor are they Australians or other nationalities, because most of them are half-breeds. They don’t care about us and our familiesbecause they don’t owned land. Their fathers fathers are white men. Have a good look at them, Onniel, Jemmie Maxton Graham, Sam Basil and the like. Nama is a little black boy trying to play a men’s game. But he’s falling short.

      I guess the suggestions made by others to terminate the whole lot would be in the best interest of all Papua New Guineans.

      They will distroy our contry and sent it to the dogs.

      Sadly also, where are people like, Mekere Morauta; Sir Julius Chan; Powas Parkop; and other seniour statemen? Why aren’t they cry foul of what the government is doing by dismentalling our constitution?

      We must all stand up to save our country for our grand children. And let us not allow these half breeds ruin our beloved country.

      Black Boy

  2. Smith
    April 7, 2012 at 10:24 am

    ARMED REVOLUTION IN THIS COUNTRY IS NOT PRACTICAL. AT THE SAME TIME IT WILL LEAVE SO MANY DAMAGES THAT WILL TAKE UP MORE TIME AND MONEY TO FIX. WE HAVE WANTOKS AND EXTENDED RELATIVES AND THEREFORE ITS NOT PRACTICAL.
    BEST SOLUTION IS TO CHANGE BOTH SOMARE AND O’NIELL REGIME IN THE NEXT ELEECTION AND PUT NEW PEOPLE IN. PLEASE BOTH REGIMES ARE SO CORRUPT.

  3. george
    April 7, 2012 at 4:45 pm

    It’s amazing we have so many armchair mercenaries and special forces.

    Where were you guys when the grand thief somare was busy buggering the country from 2002 till now?
    Where were you guys when arthur was busy selling out the country to the chinese?
    Or when speaker nape was busy with parliment house renovations?

    It seems everyone is dying for the election to take place, so they can exercise their stupidity and vote more idiots into the government.

    Until we as the people grow up, get smarter, and unite, we will always get shafted by politicians and foreign interest alike.

  4. Hel'alli
    April 7, 2012 at 9:27 pm

    This site is monitored…emotions will not win the game…if we are serious we have to go underground and set up our command structure and intell..a lot is at stake…Australia and America have to protect their economic interests…it is in their interest to have military standby..and PM will be forced to ask for military assistance…remember the US Marines are already up north in Queensland….we cannot continue communicating from this site and show them our game plan…..let’s try civilian options first to call for elections as scheduled..if this doesn’t work then military options will be our only option….

  5. dlds
    April 7, 2012 at 11:00 pm

    i gree thats tru ya

  6. justice
    April 7, 2012 at 11:09 pm

    I think as Papua New Guineans, we must know that PAPUA NEW GUINEA does not belong to individuals but 800 plus languages. And our constitution it is not like every other stupid policies that comes and goes with the wind of times. Constitution must not amended nor created based on individual emotions, neither rule of majority. Generations go, gereration come and societies will change as time changes, but constitution must always remain as living document. Constitution reflect our vast past history, it protects our present, and guide our uncertain future.

    Acting Police Commissioner and PNGDF Army General are not protector of the Constitution they are just merely, lousy implementers, their job is to ensure this living document is keep alive. POLITICIANS!!! are unskilled and very cheap seasonal labourers. They are like smokes, appear for a short time and soon will disappear along with their authority, numbers and positions. They are here for certain time frame and will not remain beyond the given time. Because time is ripe now for people to elect new skilled labourers. PEOPLE WE ARE THE PROTECTOR OF THE CONSTITUTION. It is time now we must stand up to protect our living document. We must ACT protect our constitution from weak forces (O Neil/Nama regime) within our system and strong insidious forces outside the country that indirectly, silently and rapidly torn us apart as Sovereign Independent State, that is build upon Constitution and Christian Principles. PNG is our birth right, we must remain vigilant!! “LEST WE FORGET”….” WHAT WE SAY TODAY WILL SOON BE FORGOTTEN BUT WHAT WE DO TODAY WILL BE REMEBER FOR A THOUSAND, THOUSAND YEARS”. We must create a history that will be a reminder for our future generation that this country does not belong to individuals that perpertuate for greed and injustice but rather belongs to Papua New Guineans as a whole.

    What ever level or career you are in life, regardless of regions, tribes, cultures, gender, age we are all Papua New Guineans, UNITED as ONE NATION in 1975. We are unique and Unexpected therefore, We must take bold, honest and unexpected action. With Constitution in our right hand, Gun in our left hand and Bible in our hearts. We must PERMANENTLY TERMINATE:

    1. Governor General – Micheal Ogio
    2. Prime Minister – Peter O Neil
    3. Deputy Prime Minister – Belden Nama
    4. Speaker Jeffrey Nape
    5. Minister – Moses Maladina
    6. Minister – Wake Goi
    7. Attorney-General – Dr. Allen Marat
    8. Acting Police Commissioner – Tom Kulunga
    9. PNGDF Commander – Francis Agawi
    10. Activists – Noel Anjo (self proclaim politician Ass sucking concubine)
    11. Lawyer – Tiffany Tweivy (a anti-constitionalist)
    12. All the lawyers that assist in writing of Judicial Bill Act 2012
    13. All the front-line politicians in play for unnecessary Amending of Constitution

    I’d said: “A NATION CANNOT PROGRESS WITHOUT SACRIFICE. THE ROAD TO MODERNISATION IS PAVED WITH BLOOD AND THAT BLOOD IS….CALLED JUSTICE”.

    “THE ONLY THING NECESSARY FOR THE TRIUMPH FOR THE EVIL IS FOR GOOD MEN TO DO NOTHING”

  7. April 7, 2012 at 11:41 pm

    Thankyou Helalli for the advise there, lets go underground and set up something to save this country from this tyrants! they have no respect for the people of this nation…they are hellbent on undoing the hard work that many of our fathers and grandfathers have done since time imemorial to bring our country to this stage….. lets stop this people once and for all!

  8. Menkii
    April 8, 2012 at 12:22 am

    WE CAN GO UNDERGROUND BUT…I think as Papua New Guineans, we must know that PAPUA NEW GUINEA does not belong to individuals but 800 plus languages. And our constitution it is not like every other stupid policies that come and go with the wind of times. Constitution must not amend nor create based on individual emotions, neither rule of majority. Generations goes, generation comes and societies will change as time goes by, but constitution must always remain as LIVING DOCUMENT. Constitution reflect our vast past history, it protects our present, and guide our uncertain future.

    Acting Police Commissioner and PNGDF Army General are not protector of the Constitution they are just merely, lousy implementers, their job is to ensure this living document is breathing and keep alive. POLITICIANS!!! are unskilled and very cheap seasonal labourers. They are like smokes, appear for a short time and soon will disappear along with their authority,numbers and positions. They are here for certain time frame and will not remain beyond the given time. Because time is ripe now for people to elect new skilled labourers. PEOPLE WE ARE THE PROTECTOR OF THE CONSTITUTION. It is time now we must stand up to protect our living document. We must ACT protect our constitution from weak forces (O Neil/Namah regime) within our system and strong insidious forces outside the country that indirectly, silently and rapidly torn us apart as Sovereign Independent State, that is build upon Constitution and Christain Principles. PNG is our birth right, we must remain vigilant!! “LEST WE FORGET”….” WHAT WE SAY TODAY WILL SOON BE FORGOTTEN BUT WHAT WE DO TODAY WILL BE REMEBER FOR A THOUSAND, THOUSAND YEARS”. We must create a history that will be a reminder for our future generation that this country does not belong to individuals that perpetuate for greed and injustice but rather belongs to Papua New Guineans as a whole.

    What ever level or career you are in life, regardless of regions, tribes, cultures, gender, age we are all Papua New Guineans, UNITED as ONE NATION in 1975. We are unique and Unexpected therefore, We must take bold, honest and unexpected action. With Constitution in our right hand, Gun in our left hand and Bible in our heart. We must PERMANENTLY TERMINATE all POLITICIANS involved and their associates like;

    1. Activists – Noel Anjo (self proclaim activist, a pro-politician Ass sucking concubine)
    2. Lawyer – Tiffany Tweivy (anti-constitutionalist)
    3. All the lawyers that assist in writing of Judicial Conduct Bill 2012
    4. All the front-line public servants who are actively in play for unnecessary Amending of Constitution

    I’d said: “A NATION CANNOT PROGRESS WITHOUT SACRIFICE. THE ROAD TO MODERNISATION IS PAVED WITH BLOOD AND THAT BLOOD IS….CALLED JUSTICE”.

    “THE ONLY THING NECESSARY FOR THE TRIUMPH FOR THE EVIL IS FOR GOOD MEN TO DO NOTHING”

  9. Stumpyman
    April 8, 2012 at 3:53 am

    BANG BANG……What a load of Pig Shit! us Marines are NOT BASED IN qUEENSLAND,,,,,,BUT i will call them if you wish me to

    ……….signed…..The Wish Fairy

  10. Stumpyman
    April 8, 2012 at 3:57 am

    Hey Warrior…You must be 10 yrs old if you really believe that shit!

  11. COWARDS ALL
    April 8, 2012 at 12:40 pm

    If you have to say “let’s go underground” then obviously you’re the last person in the world who’s going to do it. All of you who are crying for revolution are waiting comfortably in your chairs for SOMEONE ELSE to take the lead. We’re all a bunch of cowards, and our postings prove it. We’re the last in the world who are going to take any risk at all and rise up against the injustice in this country. FACE THE FACTS AND FACE THE MUSIC. Cowards, cowards, all of us cowards!!!!!

  12. Hotel Sierra
    April 8, 2012 at 5:18 pm

    I dont see any article written in PNGBlogs about how to start fights in PNG, these are just comments from people frustrated with the government. For all we know it could one idiot with different alaises.

  13. Eunice Kidu
    April 8, 2012 at 8:00 pm

    I have coordinated 50 willing and able PNGeans. If you’re interested, leave an email address with a mobile number for eunice.kidu@gmail.com. I will let you know when the resources, planning and logistics are ready. Please enlist another 10 more people to join and those 10 to recruit another 10 more people. Only email their mobile numbers and emails to above said email.

  14. Awa Patrick
    April 8, 2012 at 9:06 pm

    What a sorry bunch of w%^&*$#s that contribute to blogs like this. Harping about how you intend to assassinate anyone at all. Go back and hide under your mothers skirts.
    If you are man enough I dare you to go ahead and carry out your threat. Otherwise bend down and give your sorry arses to those who are silent but can do it. You w#$%^&*s

  15. Trigger
    April 8, 2012 at 9:07 pm

    What a sorry bunch of w&^%$#s that contribute to blogs like this. Harping about how you intend to assassinate anyone at all. Go back and hide under your mothers skirts.
    If you are man enough I dare you to go ahead and carry out your threat. Otherwise bend down and give your sorry arses to those who are silent but can do it. You w%^&*$#s

  16. Peter raphael
    April 9, 2012 at 7:41 am

    Agreed with Awa, all of you are emotionally charged, you must think and talk like intellects. You really hate Somares and now you are going to do the same to PO & BN?..F..k off idiots..talk sense, please!

  17. Kleo
    April 9, 2012 at 9:14 am

    If the elections are not deferred so that the common roll can be updated, only 2,000,000 voters will vote while the other 1,000,000 elegible voters will not be given the opportunity to exercise their right to choose our country’s leaders. Andrew Yrawen and his team of Sepils at the Electoral Commission have deliberately coluded and tempered with to ensure that common rolls in the highlands and Momase (otherr than ESP) are not updated so that the corrupt Somare regime is returned

    • Tia
      April 10, 2012 at 12:05 am

      Kleo, please post names of all Sepiks you have evidence of, of conspiring with Trawen to bring back Somare. Also dates and times of their dealings. If you don’t have facts than SHUT THE F#*@ UP! Empty drum making a lot of noise. The same goes to the Namah critics. If you didn’t see Namah seducing that Sydney Casino worker with your own eyes than why do you call him gay? Em traim yu osem na yu save. Oyo, Papua New Guinea! This issue is not about Somare or O’Neill anymore. Its about OUR democracy. Tired pinis lo yumi pointim han go kam. We’ve identified and reidentified the problem but instead of talking about the change and contribution we need to make, NOGAT, we just stay where we are, playing the blame game and continue identifying. If you are seriously about the country then BLOODY WELL SPEAK UP AGAINST THE ELECTION DEFERRAL AND MAKE YOUR VOTE COUNT. Be bloody proactive not reactive.

  18. Menkee
    April 10, 2012 at 12:31 am

    kleo, you are living in fantacy … you want to blame somare and sepiks. what about your white bustead peter O Neil. the man whose mother was fuc***k on the road by a white guy, and gave that birth to that bastead prime minster. you think somare and sepiks are cause of that all issues. you are a weak thinker. who always do assupmtion based on your emotions. The white bustead is running this country not sepiks. please give your evidence.

  19. PK
    April 10, 2012 at 10:07 am

    You guys, swear all you like. The foul-mouthed are also often sick in the head, have a weak heart and are bent like bananas. There isn’t going to be any revolution in PNG. The cowardly talk of assininations goes to show how some people cannot express what exactly it is they want to say. Let stop pointing fingers at Sepiks, Highlanders, or whatsoever regional group. WE all must cop and concede our share of blame. We are all part of the problem and we muyst accept we do our share in contributing our bit to the solution.

    LET’s not just heap blame on politicians. Politicians aren’t going to go away; we will always have parliamentarians (not priests, pastors or punks!) leading this country. They don’t have to be popular, they cannot satisfy everyone and collectively there will be many times they will disappoint us. They are ultimately accountable to us at the polls every 5 years.

    There is no such thing as a perfect society, country or nation. Despite the current imbroglio we find ourselves in, we are in a far better position or situation than the predicament most other developing countries are in. We will ride (sometimes roughshodly) past the challenges we are in; may be a lot of the nonsense we’re in could have been avoided. BUT we should always keep in mind that Failure is also a good result.

    Those of you advocating assination, violence and revolution should go ask (and learn from) the Tolais (Mataungan Association), the Bougainvilleans (what it means to kill your own kind) and our Melanesian neighbours the Solomons (now invaded by Australia because they cannot sort out their own problems). Toktok hemi isi but for duim any samting yufala advoketim hem no isi.

  20. Nhate
    April 10, 2012 at 12:02 pm

    Let us use our civillian numerical strenght in the most diplomatic way to push for the repealing of the election postponement and the judicial bill. These MPs have become too comfortable behind the walls of parliament.

    Fighting fire with fire is not a desired means to an end, an eye for an eye leaves everyone blind. Remember that this may blowout into a regional issue if it is not control properly. These MPs have supporters too. But all in all, the current regime should be removed or replaced, and the only means is by the ballot in June.

  21. Chris
    April 18, 2012 at 9:53 am

    I totally agreed with you all good thinking Papua New Guineans regarding all the comments you have made. We must all take up arm revolution against the government to protect our beautiful country from being manupilated and destroyed by half breeds who called themselves PNGeans. These breeds do not own any land or rivers in their respective electoates, they used money to get into parliament. They deserve to be assasinated from our beautiful nation whom they are now destroying.

  22. vitaku
    April 19, 2012 at 11:48 am

    Friends,

    The former PNGDF SFU Member suggested assasination of leaders. Is there anybody in PNG who could do this type of operation? I think not. There are however, professional hit men in other countries who could do this type of work. And they don’t come cheap. You need a lot of bread to carryout this operation successfully.

    The two new bills isnow giving more power to the current regime and I am sorry that our beloved country has now gone to the dogs in a matter of 7 months.

    We must do something to save our country! Any suggestions?

    vitaku

  23. Jesse Mati
    January 30, 2015 at 2:35 pm

    Hi

    I am interested in joining the fight to free my PNG brothers and sisters, i am full Samoan and willing to die for freedom in your Country. I am travelling to West PNG in December this year so if someone reading this is from West Papua and willing to host me please send me an email (jssmt0308@gmail.com)

    – The revolution is not an apple that falls when it’s ripe, you have to make it fall. – Che Guevara

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