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17 May 2016


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Should our Father Abraham have sacrificed his first born son?

Read about this and more in 'The Parodic Pantheon of PNG's Unholy Parliamentary Papacy' - coming soon.

I remember the student protests 12 years ago at UPNG. Most days a bigman or two would come on campus to meet with their provincial group's protesters. Luther Wenge and Don Polye were noticeable. I am sure they had completely innocent reasons for visiting!

All he (Mr Lupari) is doing is trying to put doubt, fear and division into the minds of the students and the people. University student protest is not a new thing, been happening for centuries.

We all know about how O’Neill got into power the first time and everything he has been doing to hold onto power. If there is anyone with any dubious intent, it is Mr Lupari and his boss.

Undoubtedly there are people with ulterior motives urging the students on for their own interests.

A politician wouldn't be a politician who didn't see the present situation as an opportunity to make hay while the sun shines.

Lupari should identify who he thinks these people are so the students can be wary of them.

What he doesn't realise is that the whole thing is much bigger than any politician's grubby little strategies.

He might also want to ponder the fact that the present unrest targetted at O'Neill is all of the government's own making.

Undoubtedly? Easier to hint at a conspiracy than to come up with some evidence - KJ

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