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01 September 2018

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Rabid racism rife in the corrupt police force. My own unlawful arrest on trumped-up charges, and illegal detention testify to this reality as well. Meanwhile, the police is an intrinsic part of the political system, used as gun for hires to sideline political opponents.

Prime Minister Peter O'Neill is first generation mixed race. Deputy Prime Minister Charles Abel and Police Minister Delta Wong are also mixed race and so too a good number of politicians including Kundiawa-Gembogl MP William Gogle.

To date they have all been mute about Baki's racist outburst. Baki is clearly racist and yet it appears that O'Neill and Wong condone this barbaric and inhumane act.

PNG is a multi-racial and multi-cultural society that we need to embrace.

When we have people of different races, personalities and ideologies the country will prosper and become fully functional.

We should not criticise each other and create enemies.

Papua New Guinea belongs to you and meI, just as it belongs to Bryan Kramer.

The scenario, if you have not already seen it, is this: nearly eight million people are going to be driven shamelessly and effortlessly to the pits of poverty simply because we, unlike Kramer, have no guts to stand up for what is just and right..and lawful.

Why do we take it lying down?

Maybe the Queen should be asked to remove the Prefix" Royal" from the PNG Constabulary's name as this once esteemed organisation is no longer deserving of such a prefix title.

Maybe such a threat might be enough of a shame to bring these thugs back into line.

I wonder how many times the late Pius Kerepia, PNG's first national police commissioner has rotated in his matmat over the disgraceful misbehavior of the present Incumbent of his commissioned officers and troopers.

My wife and I were very proud to be amongst Pius's personal friends.

The words of a man gone berserk. John Pundari is a long serving Engan politician. He has no other name except John Thomas Pundari.

When Richard Nixon referred to the late Pierre Trudeau as a "Pinko Commie bastard" his response was, "I've been called worse things by better people".

Under any other regime, Mr Baki is none. Career done.

All departmental heads including defence, police, correctional service, chief secretary, finance and the electoral commissioner are carefully screened, appointed and controlled by the PM.

O'Neill has set himself up so that he will be prime minister for a long time until he runs this country dry. That's the making of a dictator.

In the last seven years, Australia has seen four changes in its prime minister. In PNG O'Neill desperately hangs on.

An advice to Bryan Kramer; you should be wary of the bullet (as you mentioned) as the only means of shutting you. Be careful from here on. They are so desperate to cling to power - nothing will stop them, even a Bryan Kramer.

However be assured that the eight million people of PNG are with you.

It is very sad incident and unbecoming of the head of a disciplinary force to act like a gangster.

However, Baki's action is not a surprise. He did not earn the position on merit. He was singly handpicked by Peter O'Neill to protect and serve his political interest and all along he has left in his track highly questionable legal black holes.

His current actions prove he cannot hide behind the clout of the regime that employs him. He is vulnerable just as any other law breaker.

If Bryan Kramer has his way, it's only a matter of time and true justice will prevail.

Thank you Bryan Kramar for speaking and acting against corruption in this country on behalf of the illiterate and ignorant majority of our people.

You certainly live amidst troublesome circumstances, and people. It is good you remain level-headed and purposeful.

I'm sure the prayers of many accompany your way.

What you have shared is important: a demonstration to many concerned citizens of the degrees of departure from the rule of law by supposed defenders of it.

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