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18 May 2013

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Corruption in PNG is not the acts of Wartoto.

To me Wartoto is just a tip of the iceberg.

Get down deep into the systems and institutional skeletons we have and fight your war there.

Sore lo yumi.

Both Ian McDonald, former NSW mining minister, and Eremas Wartoto, PNG businessman, in their pictures display fetching smiles.

It all goes to prove the truth of the Bard of Avon's words:
"That one may smile, and smile, and be a villain—
At least I am sure it may be so in Denmark."

I would add it may be so in NSW and PNG!

I think this man might be just the "tip of the iceberg". There are plenty more like him here and from various other countries, they should all be flushed out and returned to their country from whence they fled.

Some countries would need to charter A380's to remove them, note the business just discovered and exposed in Oxford, UK.(The Australian today).

I think Foreign Minister, Bob Carr, should do a lot more in the flushing arena.

I hope this example by Australia, in cancelling his visa, will encourage the relevant legal powers in PNG to pursue the truth in his earlier business dealings in PNG, which many of us think were corrupt and very selfish.

I realize that his previous dealings were very tied up with politicians and it would probably take a good ICAC to uncover what went on.

These are the people the police and defence force soldiers should be hunting down and not only the likes of William Kapris.

People who steal from the people of PNG should not be allowed to live.

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