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25 April 2019


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Jimmy Awagl

O'Neill is forever preaching to conceal his evilness using God's name in vain. Let's wait and see what will happen on the floor of parliament during the vote of no confidence against him.

Most politicians in PNG are crooks and cronies of evil who align with evil leaders. They are politically blind with greed.

Philip Fitzpatrick

'No man is an angel' is a clumsy corruption of John Donne's 'No man is an island'.

The saying comes from a sermon by the seventeenth-century English author and means no one is self-sufficient and everyone relies on others. The intimation is, therefore, that people should look after each other.

Given that O'Neill and his cronies only look after themselves I think I prefer Donne's approach.

Or perhaps this latter day rendition, Phil.....

No man is an angel,
entire of itself;
every man is a piece of the wing,
a part of the feather.
If a pinion be washed away by the sea,
Melanesia is the more,
as well as if a hole in the ground were,
as well as if a spent spliff of thy friend's or of thine own were.

John (I think I’m) Done, 2019 - KJ

Porap Gai

It is fact that no man is an angel, however, man should not take the name of Holy God in vain. God is not a child that anyone can take His name for crime purposes.

God knows what the leadership is and who is the leader.
If it a mistake than it a bit good to confess using God's name but some has done evil under the sun, there must be a judgement made.

Do not take the name of Lord your God in vain.

Thank you, we want more from Keith Jackson.

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