PNG Forest Minister, Douglas Tomuriesa, represented Asian loggers in parliament…NOT us

TomuPNG’s Forest Minister, Douglas Tomuriesa, is nothing more than a puppet for the Asian logging company operating in Collingwood Bay of Oro Province.

He allowed the company to obtain multiple forest clearance authorities (FCA) with the promise of delivering an agriculture project. The people of Papua New Guinea must know that FCA’s are like having smaller SABLs put together. Because they are small, they remain under the radar and are unnoticeable unless someone raises the issue in public.

If Gary Juffa had not raised it, The Douglas Tomuriesa (aka Kong puppet) would continue to facilitate  and support the operation.

The Asian logger has also used its agents to threaten and intimidate landowners in the Collingwood Bay area. They have even gone to court to use the legal process to silence outspoken critics of the logging operation.

Douglas Tomu (aka Kong puppet) remains silent!

He has not spoken about the intimidation and threats. It is also understood, the Oro PPC was also suspended because the logging company moved its slimy tentacles into the RPNGC and sought the suspension of Lincoln Gerari.

Ol manmeri i no aipas.

In Parliament, Tomu looked like a fool when Gary Juffa called him out on his actions. The recommendations by the MD were clear, yet he was removed because he chose to make the right decision unlike the other puppets and ass-kissers in the public service.

Tomu, earn your respect. You have none right now. You do not represent anyone but yourself, the logging company and its agencies.

Simply tender your resignation and piss off.

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Open letter to Morobe Governor Ginson Saonu about assault on journalist

LN_Ginson-Soanu_00Dear Governor Ginson Saonu,

Your Project Officer who claims to be the Chief of Staff  showed that he was incapable of mature thought. He is a joke.

In short, em bagarapim name blo yu when he assaulted Post Courier Journalist, Frankiy Kapin.

We know that your people have been trying your hardest to have the charges dropped.  Parties associated with your office tried to bribe the journalist. They included a LLG president.

Is that how Governor Ginson Saonu operates?  If not, tell them to stop.

Your Project Officer was boastful  and stupid.  He said things that divide and not unite Morobeans.  In case you did not hear, here are Steven Boting’s claims:

  • The office of the Governor has police officers that he controls.
  • Former Governor, Kelly Naru and Deputy Governor, Judas Nalau bribe journalists
  • And that journalists are on Kelly Naru’s payroll.

This is a transcript of what he said on Saturday.

MIPLA NO HAMAMAS LO RIPOTA YA. MIPLA AWONG MAHN YA. SAMPLA SAMTING EM SA RIPOTIM LO NIUS PEPA YA. EM NO SA HARIM GUT STORY NA EM SA RIPOTIM…MIPLA BELHAT NA STAP.

 

EM NO NIU AILAN, FUCK EM MOROBE YA…FUCK! MIPLA AWAONG MAHN YA KAN!…

 

KAN BLO MAMA BLO EM, EM BA DAI… ASUA BLONG OL SA WOKIM KAINKAIN TOKTOK LO GAVANA NA MI BELHAT…

 

GAVMAN EM MIPLA AWONG BA KISIM. LAE SITI YA MIPLA AWONG NA TATO MIPLA SA DAI LO LAE SITI YA…TATO, TATO MAHN NA MIPLA OL AWONG MAHN SA DAI LO LAE CITY. MIPLA RUNIM GAVMAN. NOKEN WOKIM LONGLONG BLO YU, RIPOTIM GUT NA YU SAWE GUT AH? BA MIPLA BRUKIM HET BLO YU YA, MIPLA NONAP BISI LO YU, YU WANEM?

Dear Governor,

Steven Boting will destroy your political career. You don’t need people like him on your staff. You have lost credibility and you will continue to lose if he remains on your staff.

Em tasol. Samting stap lo han blo yu.

We demand harsher penalties for rapists

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Dear Justice Minister,

If you won’t implement the death penalty   for rapists, the people will. We are sick and tired of assholes who think that rape is a god given right and they can take whoever they want from women and children.

We call on you to address the high rate of sexual assaults in the country. The community have acted because these lowlifes keep getting off free through the justice system.

We want them sentenced to death for raping children. If not, more balls will be cut off.

 

Child rapists have their balls but off by relatives of 10-year-old girl

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Tripla turangu ya pilim pen na silip.

This reportedly happened in Sabama, Port Moresby.  Three child rapists were caught and their most prized possessions removed without anesthetic.   If you want to rape, make sure  yu rausim bol blo yu na lusim lo haus. Sapos nogat, ol brata na uncle blo pikinini bai rausim trasis blo yu na rausim bol blo yu.

 

If you can’t arrest the PM, GET OUT OF THE WAY!


Dear Gary Baki, 
As Commissioner of Police, your job is to uphold the laws of this country. Your actions say otherwise. Justice Makail stated very clearly that the laws are for everyone INCLUDING  the person who holds the office of the PM.  I repeat… The Office of the PM. You have done little to safeguard both the PM’s office and the COP’s office which, ultimately, belong to the citizens of Papua New Guinea. 

Why can’t you do your duty? Are you afraid of losing your job? 

Jerry Singirok demanded the resignation of Sir Julius as PM. He lost his job and gained support of millions of people. 

We expect you to do the right thing. We don’t want watered down press statements and excuses. 

You are a cop. Make the arrest!

Health Department media release says ‘Free’ Health Care is in trouble

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This is a statement released by the National Department of Health. It says  that health facilities are having difficulty staying open because of a shortage of funds.

THE Government’s central agencies have been told in no uncertain terms that the financial crisis facing the health sector will mean some services have to be closed down unless funds come somewhere.

On Wednesday, while the newly-elected MPs sat in Parliament for the election of the new Prime Minister and the Speaker, it was business as usual for the public service: the three-day 2nd Quarter Budget Review for government sectors was on in which it was heard that the financial woes facing the government was serious.

Top health beaurecratics from around the country attending the review had also informed the central agencies that health facilities have to make money to stay open by charging fees; the user-pay policy was scraped under the Government’s free primary healthcare policy.

The other options would include diverting funds from areas like development programs to cater for essential services until the country is on a strong financial footing.

At the meeting were Deputy Health Secretary, National Health Policy & Corporate Services, Ms Elva Lionel; Executive Manager for Strategic Policy Mr Ken Wai; Executive Manager for Corporate Services Mr Paul Dopsie and representatives of the Christian Health Services and Chief Executive Officers of Hospitals and Provincial Health Authorities from around the country.

Chief Executive Officer for Milne Bay Provincial Health Authority Billy Naidi said the money earned from charging hospital fees in the previous years (prior to free healthcare policy) helped ensure they kept the services going when they did not receive their health grants on time.

“Our people will pay. If they can buy betelnut and smoke, they can pay for medicine too,’’ he said, as he tried to show in his presentation that the financial woes facing MBPHA was worse than it was previously.

“The people are saying, ‘when we paid we received the services. Now it is free but there is no medicine.’”

Mr Naidi said MBPHA cannot pay utility bills on time because this function has been centralised and they need money to pay a long list of retirees, a number of whom have died while waiting for their payouts, and the health grants being received by the provincial administration is not being given to the health sector as required by law.

CEOs from other provinces gave similar reports, saying changes to the Organic Law would take a long time to ensure health grants are given to the health services so they need support in policy amendments.

Speaking as a group, the health sector group also voiced that while the budget ceiling for all sectors is low, this could not be accepted for the health sector which is about saving lives.

They said lowering the budget any further would mean jeopardising the required standards of healthcare and thereby putting lives at risk.

“We deal with lives – it’s our job to save lives,’’ said Mr Wai. Similar sentiments were expressed by Mr Dopsie and hospital CEOs who said patients’ lives were being put in danger when bills for electricity and water were not being paid on time.

Concerns raised on the cash flow problems also included not paying some health workers for long periods of time and not being able to pay rentals for medical staff. The budget cut will also affect the medical supplies enormously.

Ms Lionel highlighted the immediate priorities of the health sector, including addressing major diseases facing the country and new reforms being made to improve the supply chain of the medical supplies. Also, she said the country was also already in danger of seeing disease outbreaks because it has very low immunisation coverage rates.

The central agencies – departments of Personnel Management, Planning and Treasury – have in response asked to work together to address the issues highlighted in the health sector.