After months of causing headache for Chief Justice Injia and his family, Somare is seated next to O'Neil and they're trying to form the next government.
Our favourite Sandaun Sniper aka Belden Namah must be asking himself why he bothered to storm the Supreme Court premises to make a citizen's arrest of Injia.
Court staff must be wondering why had been put through all the stress and anxiety.
Port Moresby residents might be wondering what all the strikes and protests were all about.
I wonder what those Policemen and Soldiers are thinking. Traipela kros bin kamap long wanem as tru - what were the police fights and mutinies for. You guys were just pawns in the political machinations of the elite.
The behaviour of O'Neil and Somare plus the other amigos who have banded together, can best be described as the epitome of selfishness. They drew the nation and it's people through so much chaos only to be in bed together again.
I did not vote in these elections. Elections are a facade and what has now transpired is proof of that. Both O'Neil and Somare won by astronomical margins so don't tell me the bullshit that "I need to vote in order to see good leaders".
So what's going to happen? We're stuck between a wall and a hard place. Or are we?
What you're seeing is a product of the Western Colonial Legacy, the colonial model of development that left behind government system that does not represent the best interest of a majority of Papua New Guineans.
There is a saying "noken pul long kanu long wanpla sait tasol" - don't just paddle on one side of the canoe. The canoe that is the nation of Papua New Guinea is being paddled from one disaster to another based on the colonial model of development. They imposed upon us systems that are clearly failing to deliver the desired results for our people.
A group of people in rural Pomio sent away polling officials. They recognize that this western colonial model of development is elitist and serves the interests of elites. The elite of this country or any other country would not want to change this colonial model because that would mean is them losing their positions of privilege.
So whether it's O'Neil or Jesus it really doesn't matter who becomes Prime Minister unless you Address the root of all evil - the western model of development. In fact, if Jesus was to be in charge, he wouldn't use the western colonial model so why should we Papua New Guineans religiously follow a flawed system.
I am not writing this post to try and influence the outcome of who becomes PM. I believe in addressing the root of the problem which is the western colonial model of development, as opposed to nipping the buds, may they be political chaos, corruption or public service incompetence. All these are symptoms of a cancerous model of development that's eating up the soul of our people.
What sort of system produces such so called leaders? Don't blame PNG culture, coz for 50 000 years before the Europeans came, things were done differently.