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Re: First comments on this Article. Of what benefit is it to honourable sons and daughters of Southern Cameroons to heed the trash that this coward (whoever he/she is)has written? We just give a damn to it and forge ahead. That is how I feel we should treat such trash. When we respond to it he feels a sense of fulfilment. Thanks folks. May God bless us all including even this ass.
Wonders shall never end. Let this chief rat close his large smelling mouth and give us a break. Is he not ashamed to claim only now because he has been thrown away that the carniverous Etoudi man has killed democracy in Cameroon? When he stole the SDF victory in 1992 and has consistently perpetuated fraud in subsequent elections, this thief has never cried foul because he was gaining from it. Now that he has been dumped away, his eyes are opened. Let him stay quietly in the Bassa forest and eat all that he has stolen so far. May the fiend take his soul. Else he should go to France and report the carnivore of Etoudi to their new Master Sakozie. Swine
REVISITING THE TWIN ELECTIONS. Only the worst of Thomases should still doubt that it is time for Anglophones to pack out of the francophone parliament and political arrangement and seek to restore their stolen state. Any sane Anglophone who hitherto had not been convinced that we are dealing with devils who have no respect for morality, should now see the reality and take a stand on our relationship with La Republique. The few Anglophones who have been elected, whether on the CPDM (Chop People Dem Money) or on the moribund SDF mandate should think twice while still sitting in this very house where our ancestors had contributed to build but then reaped nothing other than marginalization and insults for their kindred or posterity that we are. Let them ask themselves this question: Where are the Kumba-Mamfe and the Bamenda Ring roads that the ugly fox of La Republique promised since 1985 when the CPDM (Party of thieves and morally depraved idiots) was born in Bamenda and later in 1991 or when the fox visited Buea and Bamenda on some other dates? What can the likes of Achidi Achu, Musonge and the soon to be thrown out Inoni actually claim they have achieved for Anglophones from this sad political arrangement that only benefited their selfish families? Can they honestly blame Pa Foncha, Muna who had been used before them and thrown out like toilet tissues or Mola Endeley and Pa Jua honourable gentlemen who outrightly refused the unfortunate union, for not achieving anything for Anglophones? May the Lord bless the souls of these honourable men. Pa Endeley and Jua who foresaw this mess of arrangement at least tried to resist it albeit in vain. Pa Muna and Foncha realizing the mess only at the end of their lives at least joined the SCNC to reverse the situation. At least some honour for their beleaguered souls. The shame is on those of us (especially our so-called traditional Chiefs and Fons, Civil Service personnel, Parliamentarians, and shameless CPDM party leaders and others etc) who like flies continue to let ourselves be attracted by the rotten francophone meat in the name of appointments or positions thrown at us. The earlier we learn from these lessons and concert our efforts and jointly denounce this ugly system and fight to restore our state, the better for us. Assuredly this can be done and by the law makers. Whether CPDM or SDF, if they organize and boldly table a bill in their so call Parliament asking for a review of the Anglophone situation and be ready to walk out if this parliament fails to address it, then that is only when La Republique would be forced to act. If so done, this will drag the international Community into it and things would become more serious and eventually to the benefit of Anglophones. Obviously the jittery Republique’s government cannot arrest and detain them should this be their fear. But curious enough,how many of these giddy geese and ganders of parliamentarians of both parties can knock the table and stand his/her ground in front of their francophone masters. I know my word is mere water thrown of course, on the backs of geese and ganders that they are already. If we can’t take a serious stand in the midst of the mess going on there, then we are all doomed forever and should cease blaming our ancestors for any political errors they had committed. If educated and enlightened as we are today, we cannot correct the errors of our ancestors, then we are worse than them when they committed these errors. We should shut our large mouths and accept our slave status. May God bless. Pa-Teh
Only the worst of Thomases should still doubt that it is time for Anglophones to pack out of the francophone parliament and political arrangement and seek to restore their stolen state. Any sane Anglophone who hitherto had not been convinced that we are dealing with devils who have no respect for morality, should now see the reality and take a stand on our relationship with La Republique. The few Anglophones who have been elected, whether on the CPDM (Chop People Dem Money) or on the moribund SDF mandate should think twice while still sitting in this very house where our ancestors had contributed to build but then reaped nothing other than marginalization and insults for their kindred or posterity that we are. Let them ask themselves this question: Where are the Kumba-Mamfe and the Bamenda Ring roads that the ugly fox of La Republique promised since 1985 when the CPDM (Party of thieves and morally depraved idiots) was born in Bamenda and later in 1991 or when the fox visited Buea and Bamenda on some other dates? What can the likes of Achidi Achu, Musonge and the soon to be thrown out Inoni actually claim they have achieved for Anglophones from this sad political arrangement that only benefited their selfish families? Can they honestly blame Pa Foncha, Muna who had been used before them and thrown out like toilet tissues or Mola Endeley and Pa Jua honourable gentlemen who outrightly refused the unfortunate union, for not achieving anything for Anglophones? May the Lord bless the souls of these honourable men. Pa Endeley and Jua who foresaw this mess of arrangement at least tried to resist it albeit in vain. Pa Muna and Foncha realizing the mess only at the end of their lives at least joined the SCNC to reverse the situation. At least some honour for their beleaguered souls. The shame is on those of us (especially our so-called traditional Chiefs and Fons, Civil Service personnel, Parliamentarians, and shameless CPDM party leaders and others etc) who like flies continue to let ourselves be attracted by the rotten francophone meat in the name of appointments or positions thrown at us. The earlier we learn from these lessons and concert our efforts and jointly denounce this ugly system and fight to restore our state, the better for us. Assuredly this can be done and by the law makers. Whether CPDM or SDF, if they organize and boldly table a bill in their so call Parliament asking for a review of the Anglophone situation and be ready to walk out if this parliament fails to address it, then that is only when La Republique would be forced to act. If so done, this will drag the international Community into it and things would become more serious and eventually to the benefit of Anglophones. Obviously the jittery Republique’s government cannot arrest and detain them should this be their fear. But curious enough,how many of these giddy geese and ganders of parliamentarians of both parties can knock the table and stand his/her ground in front of their francophone masters. I know my word is mere water thrown of course, on the backs of geese and ganders that they are already. If we can’t take a serious stand in the midst of the mess going on there, then we are all doomed forever and should cease blaming our ancestors for any political errors they had committed. If educated and enlightened as we are today, we cannot correct the errors of our ancestors, then we are worse than them when they committed these errors. We should shut our large mouths and accept our slave status. May God bless. Pa-Teh
Untill another bootlicker shall be able to muster enough courage too to challenge the carnivorous Biya in the next Presidentials, then shall we believe their brains have started to function.
It is no news to learn that such an important edifice of Southern Cameroon has suffered the same neglect from La Republique's government and followed the likes of Powercam, Cameroon bank, Produce Marketing Board. I guess the few remaining cows there were slaughtered by some of the big bosses of La Republique for Xmas as is always the case.May the Devil bless their souls.