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24 February 2013

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I am an International Relations and PNG Studies student at Divine Word University.

As of my feelings and the heart I have for my country, I do observe many changes that have taken place in our very colourful and beautiful nation of Papua New Guinea.

I can define the problem by recognising that our country is being destroyed by the foreigner.I really hate these logging companies.

I am not happy with the customary landowners because they are the ones that the foreigner gets permission and they grab our land and mistreat our innocent people.

As long as Iam living in PNG I will represent the seven million people of of PNG and carry their burden to fight againts the dirty disease known as corruption and sweep out the corrupt leaders with big bel in Waigani.

Nice article, wise discussion.

I am a journalism student at Divine Word University, Madang, PNG.

To be honest, I really hate these logging companies, why why why? Why are we giving them the permission to grab our land and mistreat our people. Are they not ashamed of themselves?

As a journalist, I will fight for my people until I die. I don't give a damn about big people working in big offices in Port Moresby, they a more corrupt and selfish bunch of idiots. We have to bring these kind of people out to the public using the media.

Corruption is a disease, we must prevent it. Include me. Nice article, nice job.

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