2016 Guide to National Crisis Issues Available for Download Here!
Our country needs the active help of those who often don’t do anything more than read social media postings if we are to keep Peter O’Neill from defeating truth and justice. In the coming weeks we the people of our land will either be jumping in the streets with pride and joy that we have defeated evil or we will feel intensely shamed for years to come by the knowledge that we were defeated not because we were wrong, but because we didn’t give the same effort as the evil people in power did.
To help you take action PNGBlogs has created a selection of papers and postings from around the internet as a guide to students and everyone else to learn more about the national crisis issues that are now reaching the point of explosion.
Until all of us as PNGeans become much better educated on the issues, we will not be motivated enough to correct the problems. Each and every one of us must learn more about the facts of the matter. That’s why we put together this collection of information for you.
Please download the pdf that is attached to this article and educate yourself. The resource book covers all of the following critical disaster areas and provides facts and figures.
CONTENTS OF THE RESOURCE BOOK: CURRENT STATE OF PNG DEVELOPMENT, CORRUPTION IN PNG, LOSS OF FREEDOM, OBSTRUCTION OF JUSTICE, GROWING DICTATORSHIP, PNG EDUCATION AND HEALTH, FINANCIAL MISMANAGEMENT, UBS LOAN, PAUL PARAKA SCAM, ISRAELI GENERATOR PURCHASE, PACIFIC GAMES, SABL LAND GRAB, OK TEDI GRAB, STATE OWNED ENTERPRISES.
Please help PNG by doing one or more of the following now:
- Email the link to this page to your family and friends now, or e-mail the resource book as an attachment.
- Photocopy and post articles that you find of special interest in your workplace or in public places.
- If you still have ties to the village, organize your wantoks to read these materials and develop awareness programs back home.
- Make hard copies available to our university and college students quickly. We cannot do this because we are not on the ground at UPNG, Unitech, UNRE, or other campuses that are becoming active. The students can use this information when they go out and do awareness on the issues that relate to their demands.