Dear Editor – As a citizen’s of this beautiful and Christian claimed country of ours Solomon Island but who we lives right at the bottom and heart of the grassroots land, the very remote and local in geography. May, we beg the Solomon Star in your letters to the editor, to release this short writing, the message that we wants to share with people of this nation in a very simple language.
That is about the policy interpretation, and who is in the right position to translate it?
First of all, according to experiences. Understand, that policies and plans can be created, but if it is not put into practice, and if the tool to achieve the results is absent, then the goals will not be met.
When the goal is not met, then that is the time when we or even our leaders especially the parliamentarians become the noisiest people, in our country.
In all around, even to the avenues such as media, verbal and etc., the people through their voices criticises, even put a plan to remove for example, our current Prime Minister in their meetings, Honourable, Manasseh Soqavare.
They also gossips too much about our current DCC policies created by the government for today.
Who is the right person to translate his/her policies into results?
Is that, those who criticises, opposition voices, because they have come out with something new and excellent polices and strategy’s compared to the current once that is implemented?
Or because, is that the critics or opposition voices, part of their house’s, supporters or and their followers are perfect.
Secondly, is because the plan to go into power or remove prime minister is to put their personal or opposition’s policy into practices or to save these culprits who want to be a leader for their own wealth and protection?
Take for instance, the example, in Indonesia. Indonesians especially, their leaders are using the mining companies and their country’s security force based in West Papua. They control the decision and force and work very closely with them.
Leaders in Indonesia and the mining companies are paying the law and the security forces for their own protection. Killings of West Papuans are being going on, human rights is being ignored. No judgments and no arrests. PAYING FOR PROTECTION.
Solomon Islands, are we singing the same song? Do you want to act the same drama? Stop and look at your back, your side. Widows are sheltering improper, youths are thirsty, orphans are hungry, and children are struggling for their education.
Why don’t we turn around to them and give them something that will helps rather than talk about the plans, policies that few professionals have created for the nation.
We cannot do much, if we just stare, talk with ignorance. Terrible because we are not preaching for nation building but just advocating to form a team in order to destroy the nation and the people of the nation in directly. What could be seen very clearly here is that we want to be protected from the law of this land, though our activities and plans are evil.
Ladies and gentlemen, this is the fundamental truth and the true meaning of these attitudes. Quoting or citing from the west Papuan leader; name unrecorded, stated, “You can torture us. You can kill us. But because you are the wrong person at the wrong place in the wrong time.”
Ladies and gentlemen, aren’t we the wrong person at the wrong place in the wrong time?
The leader of the independent party Hon.Dr.Derek Sikua also came out and tell the nation that our few of our parliamentarians are paying for their supporters’ education.
The sons and daughters of their voters are being paid for the MPs protection. While, MP doesn’t care if those who him/she sponsored are very in capable to perform academically.
Ladies and gentlemen, this is another way of looking at this fact that our leaders are paying human beings for their own protection, wealth and power.
Lastly, I want to conclude this writing by saying that let us see if God could judges the real players in classrooms with those who were picked from using the power of money with guilty makings.
God bless our young generation.
Uzamba, South Vella La Vella