Papua New Guineans have been grossly misled and opened wide our doors for large scale criminal gangsters and terrorists to come on to our turf. The Marape government is strongly urged to terminate this hollow and ridiculous agreement
CORNEY KOROKAN ALONE
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PORT MORESBY - Delusions reign supreme. It is disgusting to see naivety and short-sightedness reigning supreme in beloved Papua New Guinea.
We should and must know better. The Marape-Rosso government has been hoodwinked and misled.
PNG's rich fishery industry’s potential has been severely sabotaged by a shallow and illogical ‘Ship Riders Agreement’ with the United States.
This partnership with a known criminal terrorist with its unruly bandits known for causing mischief in the Caribbean seas has been invited into Papua New Guinean waters.
What a massive let down.
Under the guise of maritime surveillance, the US tricked PNG to sign onto this stupid agreement.
In fact, the US is here to contain China’s economic advancement through the South China Sea and now this so-called Blue Ocean Pacific Partnership deal.
What it means to us is that PNG can kiss the fisheries industry goodbye.
The secured market for fisheries and marine products in the ‘huge Chinese Market’ under Dr Lino Tom’s ministerial leadership for large scale industrial parks in Western Province has been paralysed.
Papua New Guinean coconuts must understand the simple, history-backed proof that the US is a military capitalist.
It makes its dough from that well-known military industry complex.
Bombs, terrorist plots, sponsorship of fake media propaganda (through the USD500 million-funded Endowment for Democracy scheme) to stage coup plots and bring down patriotic governments all around the world (Africa, Asia, Latin America and the Caribbean).
That is their secured and guaranteed international market segment.
And what is this so-called Peace Corps?
When and where has the US brought peace to any country in the world? The Peace Corps are known undercover CIA operatives.
They've instigated all manner of instability in many African countries. It's a documented fact.
We do have incidences of sea piracy, drug trafficking and seamen disappearing on our high seas.
- How frequent have these been happening?
- How many have we registered and how serious is it?
- Where are the compelling data sets?
To control this mole hill, we have signed onto this Ship Rider Agreement with a known terrorist - which has inflicted untold misery, chaos and destruction around the world.
The recent undersea bombing of the Nord Stream Pipeline and the attack on the Crimea Bridge last weekend. Both have CIA fingerprints all over them.
Papua New Guineans have been grossly misled and we've opened wide our doors for large scale criminal gangsters and terrorists to come on to our turf.
The government is strongly urged to rescind or terminate this hollow and ridiculous agreement.
PNG shouldn't be impressed by this lousy USD$800 million US pledge to the 14 Pacific Islands countries over 10 years.
This is an insulting weak-bean sauce to contemplate mortgaging our ‘friend to all and enemy to none’ foreign policy position.