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After the Melanesian Way – initial thoughts for discussion

After the Melanesian Way – initial thoughts for discussion

By Andrew Moutu 19/04/2010 Newly independent nations often encounter a curious tension between ‘tradition’ and ‘modernity’ which results in an ideological dilemma that carries the dual charge of essentialism and epochalism. Essentialism suppresses temporality by exhibiting the assumption that the world of reality is situated in an unchanging primordial ontology which however neglects the specific […]

Narokobi On Tainted Leadership

Narokobi On Tainted Leadership

By Emmanuel Narokobi, at Masalai Blog I found this interview of my Uncle on the net when I was searching for some of his papers. So I thought I’d post it on my blog as part of my personal records but then since the subject is about something as public as political leadership maybe others may find it […]

Ngenge Sasa: Papuan Merdeka

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IM APPEALING TO THE GOVERNMENT OF INDONESIA TO PLEASE GIVE WEST PAPUA OUR FREEDOM, WE MELANISIAN PEOPLE ARE GOOD AND FREINDLY PEOPLE, GIVE US FREEDOM TO BE WHO WE REALLY ARE. YES WE KNOW YOU ARE OVER POPULATED, YES WE KNOW YOU DONT HAVE LAND, YES WE KNOW THAT YOU ARE AFRAID OF US, YES […]

Nngenge Sasa: Land is Life

The Isle of New Guinea

Q. TAEM YOU STAT SALIM GRAUN BILONG YU, DISPELA I MIN WANEM? A. FREEDOM BILONG SLIP LONG LAIK, KAIKAI LONG LAIK NA WOK LONG LAIK BILONG YU NA PAMILI BILONG YU BAI PINIS OLGETA. B. BAI YU KAMAP WOKBOI BILONG SYSTEM. C. BAI YU MAS WOK LONG NARAPELA MAN. D. YU YET NO MOA BOS […]

NO# 3 LONG WIN NATION SAVE I MINIM WANEM

Map of Melanesian Archipelago in the South pacific region

TRINITY 1. WIN TUMBUNA 2. WANG YESUS 3. WONG HOLY SPIRIT TRIPELA PLES 1. SNOW PLES BILONG WIN TUMBUNA 2. HEVEN, PLES BILONG SAN MUN NA STAR 3. PLES DAUN WOL, PLES BILONG YUMI MAN I GAT MIT. (ATAM NA EWA) TRIPELA LIGHT 1. SAN (LIGHTSAN) 2. MUN (YESUS) 3. STAR ( HOLI SPIRIT) TRIPELA […]

Tete, Manus i laik go insait long Autonomy, but wanem samting tru em autonomy?

Sir Paliau Maloat, OBE, ESQUIRE, LAS PROPHET BILONG WOL,

Na autonomy bilong husat? Na manus bai ronim autonomy olsem wanem? Kaen tingting yah i stap long manus bipo pinis or nogat. Mi laik introducim yu go long wanpela papa tru bilong manus autonomy, Sir Paliau Maloat, OBE, ESQUIRE, LAS PROPHET BILONG WOL, Long 1942 long jan 24 wanpela man ikam kamap long Paliau Maloat […]

 
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Anthropologists have found the remains of the first inhabitants of Tibet

Anthropologists have found the remains of the first inhabitants of Tibet

June 19, 2019
DNA of the denisovans can be found in the genomes of modern people of Asia, Australia and Melanesia. The first inhabitants of Tibet were not the ancestors of modern Chinese, Nepalese or current residents of the plateau, and…
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‘Small and Far’: Pacific Island States Gather at Annual Forum

September 09, 2016 'Small and Far': Pacific Island States Gather at Annual Forum

The 16 states are meeting this week to discuss regional challenges, particularly climate change. Source: https://thediplomat.com/, By Grant Wyeth The 47th Pacific Islands Forum leaders’ meeting began this week on the…

Aid Dependency: The Damage of Donation

July 01, 2015 Aid Dependency: The Damage of Donation

Written by Victoria Stanford, University of Edinburgh (Contact: ~Written by Victoria Stanford, University of Edinburgh (Contact: vstanford@hotmail.co.uk) Aid has long been the response of richer countries to the imbalance…

Aid in reverse: how poor countries develop rich countries

June 14, 2017 Aid in reverse: how poor countries develop rich countries

Jason Hickel New research shows that developing countries send trillions of dollars more to the west than the other way around. Why? e have long been told a…

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IM APPEALING TO THE GOVERNMENT OF INDONESIA TO PLEASE GIVE WEST PAPUA OUR FREEDOM, WE MELANISIAN PEOPLE ARE GOOD AND FREINDLY PEOPLE, GIVE US FREEDOM TO BE WHO WE REALLY ARE. YES WE KNOW YOU ARE OVER POPULATED, YES WE KNOW YOU DONT HAVE LAND, YES WE KNOW THAT YOU ARE AFRAID OF US, YES […]

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Q. TAEM YOU STAT SALIM GRAUN BILONG YU, DISPELA I MIN WANEM? A. FREEDOM BILONG SLIP LONG LAIK, KAIKAI LONG LAIK NA WOK LONG LAIK BILONG YU NA PAMILI BILONG YU BAI PINIS OLGETA. B. BAI YU KAMAP WOKBOI BILONG SYSTEM. C. BAI YU MAS WOK LONG NARAPELA MAN. D. YU YET NO MOA BOS […]

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    By Ambassador Brian Yombon-Copio West Papua has ongoing issues on human rights abuses and atrocities committed by Indonesia’s guided democracy regime. They have suffered for far too long on their motherland and felt that they should exist as an independent nation state which would guarantee them absolute freedom from these issues. Most importantly West Papuans […]
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  • We changed the nation, says O’Neill October 8, 2019
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  • Jihad is coming to the Pacific October 8, 2019
    It’s not just West Papua‘s 2 million Christians who are vulnerable but all in our region. If these jihadist have Indonesian government and military approval then this should be a red line for Australia and the region. It’s an abrogation of the Lombok Treaty and Indonesia’s founding principles of Pancasila. The creep of Islamic militia […]
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  • West Papua unrest: Shootout prompts border closure October 3, 2019
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  • Shop closed at border October 3, 2019
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  • ‘Unprecedented crackdown’: Indonesia trying to silence West Papuan advocates, lawyer says October 3, 2019
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  • Vale John Talu Tekwie – Soft power and FTZ July 29, 2019
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  • Dua warga sipil tewas tertembak dalam insiden di Kantor Bupati Deiyai August 29, 2019
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