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To wish for something and to have something done are two different things. As with many of our wishes regarding emperor biya, we can all wish all we want, but so long as we dont want to do anything about it, all these wishes are impotent. This man biya have a "teflon" shield when it comes to dealing with us, the Cameroonian masses. He has had us under him since 1982 fu..... us hard. We the Cameroonians are like a woman with a sweet pu.. which he likes to fu.. He always gets his way with us. Now he has us postrate before him doing us really good doggie style if you know what I mean. Lets stop all these wishy washy dreams and take our destinies into our own hands. Cameroon is not his fiefdom to do whatever he wants with us. Beggars that we are, we should not be choosers. We must accept our liberation from which ever quarter it comes from - whether from the adolescents who looking at the older generations can see what they will become in a few more years (poor, beggarly and miserly); from even hard core prisoners protesting their situation in prisons and deciding to march to Etoudi to displace the dictator or from our impotent opposition political parties who refuse to arm their militants to constitute a veritable opposition force. Our liberation will not be won from the ballot box, but by force of arms. The sooner we stop deceiving ourselves that biya will have a change of heart about democracy, the sooner we can start casting off his yolk of oppression. Bayonets in our hands will speak louder than all these sissy marches and declarations.
I support this call. We should should all start wearing black till 2011 when Biya will be kicked from Etoudi. Every little action matters. We should have more episodes of civil disobeddience. Hoorah to you Papa Fru Ndi. I wish we had more Cameroonians like you. I was one of those who doubted your steadfastness to the cause, but you have proven to me that you mean business. We have a job to do to inspire the Cameroonian masses to do the things they have to do in their own self interest.
To wish for something and to have something done are two different things. As with many of our wishes regarding emperor biya, we can all wish all we want, but so long as we dont want to do anything about it, all these wishes are impotent. This man biya have a "teflon" shield when it comes to dealing with us, the Cameroonian masses. He has had us under him since 1982 fu..... us hard. He always gets his way with us. Now he has us postrate before him doing us really good doggie style if you know what I mean. Lets stop all these wishy washy dreams and take our destinies into our own hands. Cameroon is not his fiefdom to do whatever he wants with us. Beggars that we are, we should not be choosers. We must accept our liberation from which ever quarter it comes from - whether from the adolescents who looking at the older generations can see what they will become in a few more years (poor, beggarly and miserly); from even hard core prisoners protesting their situation in prisons and deciding to march to Etoudi to displace the dictator or from our impotent opposition political parties who refuse to arm their militants to constitute a veritable opposition force. Our liberation will not be won from the ballot box, but by force of arms. The sooner we stop deceiving ourselves that biya will have a change of heart about democracy, the sooner we can start casting off his yolk of oppression
Does that look like a "boozing" spree to you. They are drinking bubbly in small thin glasses and you call that boozing spree. It is called "responible" drinking, MR. journalist.
These are the guys we need to be our "child" soldiers. All the adults are afraid to die and leave behind enjoyment. But these children, they have a lot to gain with an accountable government abd a h justice society. They don't want to waste away as almost 4 generations of Cameroonians have already done under emperor biya. We are all praying for a deliverer. A beggar have no choice, and if our liberation would come by the work of these bold children ,so be it!
Honorable Doctor. My eyes glazes over. Tell us something we don't know. Do we need to drink our own urine to be cure of HIV/AIDS as you propagate for cancer sufferers?
Dear esteemed professor: Your research on this very important disease is laudable and no doubt based on scientific principles. But this research must be replicable by the scientific community so that the whole world can give you credit, and you reap the just reward from your labor. I am vey curious why this is not the case and why so many people the whole world over continue to die everyday from this intractible disease that you have ostensibly discover the cure. I mean if you have really discover the cure, you really merit a Nobel Prize and $$$$$ will beat a path to your door
good job mr. belly academician. now that your wisdom have surpassed that of socrates and plato and all the world's philosphers combined, i have that god himself biya paul will noticed how really brilliant you are and name you one of his ministers. that you, you will really achieved the great status that such a high and mighty philospher with so much knowledge really deserves. shame on you fokam, you sound just like a billy goat for venting such gibberish in public. your views are myopic, unpatriotic and not worthy of someone who is or aspire to be an intellectual. you stupid goat.
Lets not be afraid. A New Nation of Peace, Justice, Equality and yes Wealth shall arise from the sacrifices of the moment. Lets rejoice. Indeed, it is a time for happiness for our liberation is at hand.
Our blood, sweat and tears should not go for nothing. We must make it mean something. Unfortunately, it is the necessary price we must pay. Biya must go!. We must not stop until he does. He wants to hang on to power so that his son should grow and inherit the presidency. We are fighting for our children too, and for all those young and unfortunate enough to know this Biya thief as a so -called leader.
We need more brave Cameroonians like you. Lead and we will follow you! PS: I hope you have a well -drawn up program
Nobody, not Janet Garvey, not the USA, France, Britain or even God will give us our freedom if we don't seize it ourselves. We delude ourselves greatly if we think that international public opinion or even God will liberate us. God only help those who help themselves. The way we are going to gain our freedom is through blood, sweat and tears. If we don't want to pay this price, then our children and childrens' children will continue with our suffering. Lets stop all this nonsense about Cameroon being a peace-loving people. The monopoly on violence is with the CPDM. Until such a time that we realize that enough is enough, we would be simply whistling in the dark about our so-called freedoms.
Those who are against the emperor must stand up now and be counted. Bravo to Mr. Epie. Cowards will wait to see which side the wind is blowing before jumping on the bandwagon. The truely brave will stand up now and oppose the machinations of the "tin" emperor despite rocks, fire and brimstone.
You are a doctor man! A trained professional. You don't have to put up with that crap. You may only be trying to do your patriotic duty by using your skills to help your fellow countrymen. That is what the numskulls in authority do not know. You may become a bushfellow and make 20 times what you are presently making without having to put up with crap. You are young, talented and educated and moreover with a good heart. Think about it.
Let the fight begin. No to the emperor. We will resist this folly!
Wow! Very insightful
Toggle Commented Jan 25, 2008 on Dear Ngwa, at Up Station Mountain Club
We may finally find our salvation through this man, Ni Fru afterall. I must admit I was one of those who lost my confidence in him thinking that he was in bed with emperor Biya. But the program outlined in this article, if carried out may be effective in discouraging our village emperor. Lets give our support to Ni Fru and other patriots mobilizing to offset the emperor's goal of ruling us in to perpertuity. And while we are doing so, I must insist that we must start to wear black clothing in our marches and other rightful demonstrations against the man who would be emperor. If everything else fails, lets start gathering large stocks of bottles and petrol and kerosene for our molatov cocktails which will be our choice weapon in the upcoming conflagration.
They are already crying "fire" when the fire has not yet begun.
We should not be addressing this man Biya as president. His proper title is emperor. When he passes away, his sons will take over emperors of Cameroon. But seriously, I think manifestations by the SDF against another term by this emperor are right. Civil society leaders and other political parties must join together to show their displeasure against this attempt by this pretentious emperor to rule us in perpertuity. Us ordinary fellows must chose a practical and visible manner to show our displeasure. Wearing Black clothes is a sign of mourning in our traditions. Why can't we all decide to start wearing black clothes until this man, Emperor biya leaves. This will be a small but visible manner of our civil disobedience.
Are senators elected or appointed? To avoid mistakes of banana republics, shouldn't we wait until we have control of a national territorial to elect bona fide senators. Things should be done correctly. There is no doubt that the list of senators consist of distinguished personalities, but at this point they should be called a committee of committed Southern nationalists instead of senators. All the sacrifice to form a country would be nil if something as little this can't be put into perspective. I believe southern Cameroonians are reclaiming their national territorial because they want to do better and feel better about their circumstances. Little things therefore matter
Ambassador Garvey: Your responses are not good enough. We want you to be emphatically on the side of the people who are clamoring for change, opportunity and democracy after 40 years of repressive one-man rule. Thanks to your countrymen congressmen who came and vouched for the transparency of the elections that continued the Biya Monarchical presidency, Cameroonians continue to petrish from an undeclared massacre from their own government brought about by a hands-off, capricious, ruthless leadership. Coy statements from you about Cameroon's future residing with the poor hapless masses is an endorsement of the continious suppression of our freedoms, and more painfully with the hands-in -glove and collaboration of the mighty USA.
Mr. Ngalang, you must be smoking some kind of cigarette or maybe spending too much time in the bars.And you call yourself an officer of a NGO. Yeah! the NGO of the stomach. Do you think the rest of the world is easily duped as you guys who play the politics of the stomach. Paul Biya will never be recognized for such a prize. Someone who has the blood of numerous anglohones on his hands, not to talk of countless Cameroonians who have died because of his failed policies and lack of leadership. For you as a leader in society to make such banal statements is inconsciencious, lack of knowledge and selfserving.
Biya have given you the rope, and by your own greed, you will all hang yourselves with it. Why can't you see the picture. You persist with your narrow visions, to look only after you and yours by continuing to support a morally wrong and corrupt regime. Open your eyes, and wake up from the trance that the man from etoudi have put you under, or else you and yours will have absolutely nothing from putting your blind faith and trust in him.
All Nigerians born in Cameroon should have Cameroonian nationalities, and this nonsense about paying resident fees should cease to exist. These are vestiges of an achaic system and ancient Africa. It is time for us to move forward by celebrating our differences and making them our strength - a strength of the future United States of Africa.
The best thing for these Chinese to do is to pack their stuff and skip town. I really do not support their being in Cameroon. If they are sending food products mixed with poisons, dangerous toys with lead poison for children and other products to the USA that have strong government product monitoring institutions in place, God alone knows what they may be doing in the laissez faire business climate in Cameroon. I am definitely sure that they are up to no good. Moreover, they are taking away opportunities from small time Cameroonian business operators who cannot establish and grow because of lack of capital brought about by years of not caring by the Cameroon government. Of course, the Chineses can pool thgeir resources together to gradually gain a greater share of the Cameroon market. I continue to maintain that bringing in the Chinese to trade in Cameroon was a deliberate Cameroon government policy to make avaialable to Cameroonians cheap goods which is the only thing that Cameroonians can now afford due to theft and waste of their national treasure by the incompetent and unpatriotic leadership. Bringing in the Chinese has been a sad ploy by these leaders to give the garrulous Cameroonians a taste of the goodlife through the cheap and unsafe Chinese products.