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29 October 2014

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The place of Awala, away and above, is fondly memorialised for significance to people of the nation Papua New Guinea.

Near Awala, in 1942, began a physical tussle to defend sovereign lands (now PNG).

At Awala in 2004, leadership of that defence was celebrated as reported* in a name change of Awala Community School to honour a William Watson, Major awhile at that 1942 awe-inspired event.

Contrast that with 2014 report of people in a wagon convoy from Awala, west of Doublecross, eastward tripping for a tipping.

Very dangerous precedent, and to think that foreign and Asian logging interests are involved is undermining the sovereignty of the country.

When can all the right thinking and law abiding citizens of this country say enough is enough?


Laws are laws and must be seen to be enforced.

Such a jungle-justice precedent must not be set at all.

Evidence has proved it all. MP Gore is not above the law of this land.

If the simple PNG worker earning a lousy K250 per fortnight did that, he or she would have been dealt with severely.

Investigate MP Gore and charge her accordingly. If it's meant for bihain the bars, do so.

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