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15 June 2018


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Thank goodness they didn't torch the pub.

Hela, the province of PNG LNG, would have faced some destruction earlier but Exxon Mobil built its assets well protected by buffers, sensors and security guards.

However I am not too sure if it will hold on much longer as this dissent in Mendi spreads to wantoks in Tari and Hides.

They also have many camp sites in different locations which will be hard to protect if there is an attack on any of them.

Their big fat man, Marabe, and O'Neill must stand up in this time of need for leadership.

Obviously, the people from Mendi and SHP, the Prime Minister's Province, know more than the rest of us about what is actually happening at Waigani and in the country.

Should we take heed of these actions and follow suit to force changes for the better?

"Every cloud has a silver lining."

Ho hum, another day in Paradise.

Just one question. What is that guy in the photograph doing holding a toilet roll?

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