Re: Another meeting in Apia
There are more and more meetings held in Samoa from these different entities that has nothing to do with our sovereignty of whatsoever. So who is dictating policies in our supposedly independent state?
These are the type of questions we need to ask ourselves when we see things happening out of the ordinary.
We don’t want to be used as just a “pawn in the game” of these institutions that appears to have a legitimate and vested interest on our behalf but hiding behind their true ulterior motive of exploitative consequences.
When big money is involved when we “ascended” to the global stage of risk management due to our ability to loan huge amount of money from the international bankers, we have seen a lot of “traffic” from investors globally coming to Samoa to take a stake equity by setting up their embassies and diplomatic relations with us.
Is Samoa a risky place for them to place their bets? I don’t think so when you have a govt. that is business friendly to the International bankers at the expense of our land.
Leituala Roger B.