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Well, perhaps i must quickly remind you that there's a growing and troubling trend of teenage girls in the barbaric so-called West, with hordes of them as young as fourteen opting to undergo unethical breast augmentation surgery. In cases such as these, the procedure has been performed with the virtuous consent of the parents, who mostly is the mother. And any eventual accountability rests on the shoulders of the mother, and not on the tender child who can't decide for herself by law. This therefore disqualifies any suggestion that justifies breast implantation as a procedure that is performed by the free will of mature women. It also clearly erases the premise of the argument that breast ironing is an abuse as opposed to breast augmentation. And remember, we're mostly referring to lurid practices that are performed on children. I hope we're clear on this. Nevertheless, inasmuch as i abhor this typically unusual practice, which i personally find disdainful, i still don't think that a Babylon that's infested with such excessive moral toxicity and decadence should be the one dictating notions of what is good or bad. And yes, i would challenge any sick doctor who thinks that i may be more sick than he or she is. I have done that before, and i'll keep on doing this until Babylon hypocrites realise that i own my own mind. Babylon wouldn't let me circumcise my sons because they think the practice is barbaric, and 'they can't understand why Africans adhere to the weird practice', as they put it! Well, i said to the crazy preacher, somehow you folks always seem to undermine anything African, but as long as i am the father of my sons, i'll circumcise them. And that's exactly what i did. There are countless examples of how Babylon wants us to live by their values, as if those are superior to ours. But i shall be the last man that would learn from such a bunch of lunatics. My argument is that morality is basically conceptualized as a series of principles based on our cultural values, as well as on human reason. This simply means that Africans may not be on the same platform as Babylon elements when it comes to variations in our patterns of reasoning based on our differential values. Does this make us misfits as Africans? Well, your guess is as good as mine. Consequently, some things that might seem normal for them might be extremely repulsive for us, as we have seen with abhorrent acts such as homosexuality, incest, breast augmentation, or even the nasty bliss of the ubiquitous faecal intercourse. They expect me to respect theirs as a norm, and yet they incessantly try to compel me to live by their questionable standards. This definitely smacks of blatant hypocrisy, if not madness to say the least. Therefore, if this Babylon girl would explain to me why she prefers to narrate a tale about breast ironing, rather than explain to the world why polygamy is criminal in Babylon, or why she and others of her ilk are heavily involved in animal sex, then i would take her for a genius. Anything else is just a charade.
Well, perhaps i must quickly remind you that there's a growing and troubling trend of teenage girls in the barbaric so-called West, with hordes of them as young as fourteen opting to undergo unethical breast augmentation surgery. In cases such as these, the procedure has been performed with the virtuous consent of the parents, who mostly is the mother. And any eventual accountability rests on the shoulders of the mother, and not on the tender child who can't decide for herself by law. This therefore disqualifies any suggestion that justifies breast implantation as a procedure that is performed by the free will of mature women. It also clearly erases the premise of the argument that breast ironing is an abuse as opposed to breast augmentation. And remember, we're mostly referring to lurid practices that are performed on children. I hope we're clear on this. Nevertheless, inasmuch as i abhor this typically unusual practice, which i personally find disdainful, i still don't think that a Babylon that's infested with such excessive moral toxicity and decadence should be the one dictating notions of what is good or bad. And yes, i would challenge any sick doctor who thinks that i may be more sick than he or she is. I have done that before, and i'll keep on doing this until Babylon hypocrites realise that i own my own mind. Babylon wouldn't let me circumcise my sons because they think the practice is barbaric, and 'they can't understand why Africans adhere to the weird practice', as they put it! Well, i said to the crazy preacher, somehow you folks always seem to undermine anything African, but as long as i am the father of my sons, i'll circumcise them. And that's exactly what i did. There are countless examples of how Babylon wants us to live by their values, as if those are superior to ours. But i shall be the last man that would learn from such a bunch of lunatics. My argument is that morality is basically conceptualized as a series of principles based on our cultural values, as well as on human reason. This simply means that Africans may not be on the same platform as Babylon elements when it comes to variations in our patterns of reasoning based on our differential values. Does this make us misfits as Africans? Well, your guess is as good as mine. Consequently, some things that might seem normal for them might be extremely repulsive for us, as we have seen with abhorrent acts such as homosexuality, incest, breast augmentation, or even the nasty bliss of the ubiquitous faecal intercourse. They expect me to respect theirs as a norm, and yet they incessantly try to compel me to live by their questionable standards. This definitely smacks of blatant hypocrisy, if not madness to say the least. Therefore, if this Babylon girl would explain to me why she prefers to narrate a tale about breast ironing, rather than explain to the world why polygamy is criminal in Babylon, or why she and others of her ilk are heavily involved in animal sex, then i would take her for a genius. Anything else is just a charade.
This is definitely not a healthy practice, but so too is the insane practice of breast augmentation which i consider a criminal act against humanity. Or, is breast ironing simply lurid because it is practiced in Cameroon, or something?
Well, this is very new to me, a true born child from Cameroon! And i truly wonder if such a practice can be as alarming as the pitiful, rotten, and widespread breast augmentation and shit that this Babylon hypocrites are practicing. Why should it be right for a Babylon female to inflate her breasts with chemicals, or pierce her clitoris? Why is it right for Jamie Rich to pierce her nipples, rendering them hazardous to nurturing babies, and wrong for an African girl to do whatever she choses to do with her breasts? It is amazing how these crazy Babylon elements somehow always manage to find something denigrating to say about Africa, when they are notorious for engaging in some of the most despicable practices that the world will ever know? What this lowly riffraff fails to tell us is that abhorrent things like homosexuality, incest, cannibalism, and bestiality are the norm of their sick societies. And yet they would stand tall to demonize polygamy and other practices that are culturally significant to African societies. Maybe this condescending hypocrite should explain to us why white women and men wouldn't stop raping dogs... i think alot of people would love to read about that. To hell with all these Babylon lunatics!
How melancholic! So your father boldly chosed to take his family to live in a Babylon prison man? Botheration! You better go back home and live freely in your village hut. Raasclaat, don't you ever post dis kinda rotton shit here again. Rubbish.
Toggle Commented Mar 4, 2010 on Chicago, South Side at Up Station Mountain Club
And what exactly has the military ever achieved in such a despondent and politically retrogressive continent as Africa? What is the relevance of traditional notions of justice, when armed democracy is increasingly becoming the disturbing norm in Africa, and cannot be seen as the answer to a lasting peace? Moreover, how can the dichotomy between constitutionalism, and military coups contribute to our understanding of democracy when this very troubling notion of armed democracy has all but exacerbated the plight of the masses that it shamelessly purports to defend? This worrisome trend clearly typifies my view that Africa is not necessarily ripe to embrace democracy. The concept has never been equitable, especially when one takes into account the various intricacies connected with governing the embattled continent. I have painstakingly addressed this issue of governance in Africa in three of my vibrant works, notably; 1- The price for Africa 2- Politics of Darkness 3- African renaissance
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Your remarks would have been tangible if you were in Cameroon. It is silly for you to be taking shelter in another man's country and yet pretend to care about what becomes of your own land. Ofcourse, if Cameroonians wouldn't find a reason to remain rightful custodians of their own land, then technically, others will rightfully inherit the land, and deservedly so. This is exactly what happened to the people of Fako division, where Bakwerians are struggling to buy land from me. Ofcourse, i will only sell land to maximise surplus value for my self and my family. And if the Chinese happen to make the best offer, they get the land, period. As the indegenous people of Fako have willingly resigned themselves to hiding in their tiny villages, so shall they remain anxious spectators as others build their beautiful castles and businesses. I personally feel more threatened by fellow Cameroonians who have vapidly ignored my rallying call for repatriation, than of the illustrious Chinese who are smart enough to realise the possibilities in Cameroon. China is able to buy Cameroon because Cameroonians have disowned the country, to go and be eternal beggars in foreign countries where they own little or nothing. It wouldn't be long before the Chinese become landlords in Cameroon, and by the way things are going, it wouldn't be an easy ride to get rid of them. China has just found herself a new home for her excess children.
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'And so, seeking succour and time off, I travel back to Europe, where I think I’m not wanted.' How miserable! And how can your relatives take you seriously, when you tell them to stay in Africa, whilst you boastfully claim to carry the useless Babylon shackles around your feet?! There's such a sorrowful absurdity in the fact that after having addressed all the evil propensities of Babylon, a woman still wants to return there from time to time, and she even looks forward to returning there permanently to be shackled in the notoriously tiny and mouse-infested shacks of Her Majesty's rotten England! What an outlandish hypocrite you are,lady. What a mental slave! Africans ought to realise the urgency of returning to Africa to transform the place into a land of light, that will spare them the injustices of mystery Babylon. It is ridiculous for this lady to misguidingly suggest that she goes to Babylon to relax, when the white lot themselves can't wait for the slightest chance to escape from Europe for a breather. I am telling you folks, Africa is GOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOD! I mean, i relax here like i've never relaxed in all the time i've lost in that fucking Babylon. I was very eager to abandon Africa, but after all these years in Babylon, i have finally realised that Africa is the true home for the black man. Hence, I rather spend my time in fighting to bring about positive change here, than to waste precious time weeping all night long about Babylon, when i know that their xenophobic acrimony against the black man shall all but exacerbate. I'll fix this Africa, then i'll wait fi di Babylon dem. You better stop moaning like a helpless animal, and fight to brighten the corner that will always be yours. I understand that some people are still excited about Babylon, but i am surprised that learned people are foolishly toying with the notion that acquiring Babylon citizenship will make them better in the vicious eyes of Babylon. We got that shit of paper long long time ago, and then what? Dat shit na change who i am, for as long as i am a black man, i am AFRICAN.
Toggle Commented Dec 26, 2009 on Entering Fortress Europe at Up Station Mountain Club
The girl that would make me abandon me two wonderful little boys ain't born yet. Man dis rotten attitude is widespread among some of these vindictive and useless chicks from Africa. Dem make alot of noise, but can't even sex! Silly chatty-mouth dem from England dem say a wey me ado witha good Babylon girl? Another one say darling i love you, and i promise to climb di Bumboklaat mountain and swim di Indian ocean for you. Africa girls dem look innocent and harmless till dem get released from the cage. Then they become killers! But me just too smart fi dem.
The Ngwa Man, go back and read the first two paragraphs of my reaction on this article. Be patient and read through the lines before you leap in the dark man. We have all read hordes of books in our quest for progressive answers to Cameroon's, and hence Africa's abject despondency. Nonetheless, what will make the difference shall undoubtedly be the ability to employ whatever popular alien concept in the critical and statistical analysis of our own realities as Africans. Clearly, democracy means different things to different people, and hence in Cameroon, the concept can never be exercised in exactly the same fashion as in say Scotland. Lo and behold, democracy is not flawless! A concept that basically represents the rule of the majority is definitely guilty of partiality somewhat, especially when one takes into account the fact that the very notion of majority could just be marginal. By definition therefore, and in essence, Democracy is not, and will never be a rule of the people, for the people, and by the people. However, in the absence of any other viable system of government, Democracy remains a rather imperative alternative. Karl Marx, in his communist manifesto suggested that Democracy was a system of government that would only survive till when a larger and more productive system takes over. And if that's true, then it is not a far-fetched idea for Africans to device their own realistic system of governance that may even deviate from the current democratic principles that we are all conversant with today. All in all, the implementation of democracy in Africa has been delayed by innumerable problems that Africans themselves must come to terms with, eradicate and move forward. Time is running out!
Kumbaboy, ofcourse the North west and South west debate will make no sense if childish idiots like you would stop portraying one group as being better than the other.So according to you FONCHA left no legacy?Wasn't it because of his wrong choice that Anglophones are even debating today?South westerners are just as good and as prolific as North westerners and both must work in tandem and sort out their differences which are many.
Father Christmas, democracy is just an empty word as far as Cameroon and the rest of Africa is concerned. Again i say; democracy has never found it's way in Africa, as it has never been equitable. Instead of being a concept that would benefit all, it remains a leitmotif of a self-serving guild of kleptomaniac politicians and their supporters. Democracy is as alien to Africa as the manipulative Christianity, and it fails to take into consideration the complexity involved in governing the continent. Africans must device their own model of governance which will cater for the vast realities and intricacies that are connected with governing the various embattled African countries, and this may not necessarily be termed democracy. You are very correct about your tentative prescription for healing the dismal rift between the two disoriented Anglophone provinces. Anglophones deserve better in Cameroon, and a staggering five million people or so with a somewhat shared heritage can be quite a force to reckon with. The current atmosphere of mistrust and acrimony will all but lower the Anglophone casket in it's final resting place, and future generations of Anglophone children shall inherit this shame and will wallow in even worse despair and misery if nothing is done now. Frankly, it really aghasts me that till date, the Northwest and Southwest provinces are still at daggers drawn with the kind of distressing acrimony that may all but exacerbate, at the very expense of a viable Anglophone destiny. Southwesterners are bitter and hostile because they feel callously betrayed by a maniacal and compulsive junta that was championed by Bloodclaat Foncha and his bunch of 'Graffi' intransigent and blind followers. The tension that stemmed from this egregious blunder shall live to haunt Anglophones for generations, and the Cameroon government is all but elated about this, and shall always take keen advantage of this abject stupidity to toy with Anglophones like little infants. Father Christmas, i hope you've prepared tons of gifts fi di Anglophone children. Jah bless di Anglophone father, mother, and child. HAPPY HOLIDAYS EVERYBODY, AND HOPE TO MEET YOU ALL IN CAMEROON! MAY JAH BLESS YOU ALL AND YOUR FAMILIES BACK HOME.
Dreadlion, pious people are people of faith, and hence they don't listen when others say it's impossible. When you're brave enough to start something, providence moves too man! It is better to puff di natural herb and get wiser than to gulp di chemical beer and get intoxicated. Remember the story of the Gondola mine? Man, like i keep on chanting, Cameroon shall only be transformed when her children sincerely desist from being blatantly neglectful of her. I was home a year ago, and i saw tremendous potential to maximize surplus value for my family, and consequently the nation. Just one cozy night at the Anglophone owned Savoy Palms Hotel among other positive things was enough to finally wake me up from slumber and stupidity! I bought my piece of land straight away. People should change their mind-set and stop being foolishly carried away by mystery Babylon. Today, looking back to Cameroon is an absolute must for me after several years of denial. I don't care what chatty mouth Babylon Diasporan slaves dem say, trying to stresss, trick and frighten me abot dis and dat. I and I are wise enough to know what's good fi me, and only di Mighty Will of di Most High can arrest me. Repatriation is di key word, as times are changing. May all di crazy pot-belly baldheads and bench-clapper dem clap and drink and sex and sleep. Di Wiser generation dem go leave demmal behind. Chris Fomunyoh, thanks fi teaching di lazy lot. It was worth it, so Rasta say... RESPECT, and JAH Guide!
Christopher, It is hard for me to see how you can be an icon for the democratization process across Africa when your line of work has apparently nothing to do with addressing the plight of Anglophones in Cameroon. Justice is the lifeblood of every viable civil society, and Cameroon is no exception. Secondly, Diasporans from Cameroon are an intricate and confused bunch of people who know what needs to be done, but do nothing, and then burst in rapturous acclamation when anyone reminds them about what they ought to be doing for their country. Nevertheless, any redefinition of the relationship between the homeland and the Diaspora will be all but welcome. But without any meaningful and constructive engagement on both sides, this may just be another exercise in futility. The government might create some progressive investment incentives, but the lackluster, retrogressive and acrimonious nature of hordes of individuals within our Diaspora community will all but thwart any such goodwilled endeavours. Cameroonians are not known to be people of action. They fancy speeches, and they could listen and clap all night long, if there's cheap bear. They love meetings where they can show off their pot-bellies and heavy buttocks. They enjoy proclaiming that they understand what engagement and transformation entails. But you know what? They go home and squeeze those unwieldy buttocks and sleep like little babies. And that's it! Christopher, you're an Anglophone and you may not respond to unnecessary distractions to speak french in America where everyone is supposed to be able to express themselves in english. Be proud of your heritage man. Moreover, i'd prefer that you spend even more effort in laying the foundation of any transformational process in Cameroon if you can. And eventhough there's no guarantee that the lackadaisical Diasporans shall take the bull by the horns, atleast there'll be some little hope. Lastly Christopher, you are an intelligent man, nothing short of a visionary. You could be a leader of any aspiring Third world nation. Sadly though, in Africa great thinkers hardly ever become leaders. You can be even more helpful in your current disposition than in becoming a president. My advice therefore; don't run for president, it will all but ruin you. It seems the Diasporans in America were more concerned about acclaiming you! If you ever come to Europe, and i know you will, then you must be ready for some tough questions.
Bristol, an overwhelming majority of Cameroonians in England and ina dis ya Babylon are struggling with menial jobs, making just enough to eke out a livelihood. The question is not so much about comparing England and Cameroon than it is about proclaiming the fact that even in England, Cameroonians are just surviving as the unfortunate lot back home. There's police harassment and brutality even in England bro, and tell me why hordes of home boys and girl are living in the hiding in England. The police is out to get them, and tons have already been removed. I mean, get real...you guys sound as though Babylon is some kind of Paradise or something. Alot of people are managing well in Cameroon bro. And lastly, there are more vicious thieves and hoodlums in Babylon than Africa shall ever see. You are just dreaming man. You don't see the current joblessness in Babylon? Did you forget that England is yet to get out of recession? Must i remind you about the surge in unemployment and crime in the US. Massa wuna choose pippo. Atleast in Cameroon, jobless people can drink some good beer, whilst Doctors in England are living in mouse-infested shacks. The man that knows, will sit quite Bristol!
Master Louis, as far as i can remember you are one brazen advocate of the Southern Cameroons statehood. If that's true, and if you have no files left to chase in Yaounde, i wonder why you even decided to go there in the first place. I spent five beautiful weeks in Cameroon last year, but except for trips to Douala to get me vehicle, i relished my time in and around Chariot town where i spent me bread. You can't speak of observation in Cameroon, when you're a secessionist advocate, and yet fail to acknowlegde the criminal role of Her Majesty's shitdom in rendering the nation as miserable as you relish to narrate. One truly wonders if you're not one of the hordes of brainwashed Africans that would affirm when Babylon people say Africans live in trees. Man, there's plenty of good things to write about in Cameroon, and you must desist from thrashing the common man who gets victimised by the politics of a gangster system. If you never saw any beauty in the people who spent time with you, and to whom you never seemed to stop asking stupid questions, then you must clearly be a superior human being. Now Louis, i hate proud people and your article indicates to me that you are the type that looks down on home people, even when they wash your clothes and clean your shoes. Why do you keep on asking all these silly questions when you are born and raised in Cameroon, and you master how the system works. I had a great time with the people back home, and even my two friends from Trinidad and Babados who came with me to see Cameroon were very impressed by the hospitality and humility of our people. Poverty and underdevelopment is not unique to Cameroon, and if you travel across Africa, you would realise that despite everything, Cameroon is among the top nations in Sub-saharan Africa. Yea, more needs to be done for the country deserves more from the ruling junta. But all the children of Cameroon must also dedicate and commit themselves inorder to bring about any meaningful transformation in the country. To basically keep on undermining the modest endeavours of the common man with trappings of outlandish ridicule would clearly not help the nation. Louis, you must do something about this somewhat haughty propensity of yours, and rather offer to up-grade the eating house, than to embarrass the struggling people around you. Have a conscience man. I lived in Aberdeen for many years, and maybe even before you ever skipped the country. I still remember how my rotten school mates would make fun of Africa, and how they incessantly asked me when and why i came to Scotland and when i was going back to live in the bush. Africa must be loved by African children, and not be made fun of. Dreadlion Asafor, thanks for di kind reception. I had decided not to write again, but i get fucking upset when any Bloodclaat writes denigrating shit about our people. Donot mistake di gangster Cameroon politics for di beautiful Cameroon people man. Politics of Lucifer take we deep dong ina dis Hell, and we must unify to erase dat evil. But elements like Louis must refrain from using me home broda and sista dem as objects of scorn. Dem are some truly nice people, and nowhere ina dis Babylon would you ever find such a nice people.
Brother,Cameroon is not as bad and as ignorant as you try so hard to make it sound. The more you pretend to be refined and the more you get boastful of Her Majesty's shit queendom where you don't belong to, the more pitiful your narrative gets. You from England? The bitch? You chant boastfully of London as though the stinking garbage pit was some kind of Paradise! Man, clearly you've not travelled much. You write nicely, but you always so prone to belittling your roots as though you're better than the people living dong there, since you sing a Psalm about coming in from the nasty city with roads as tiny as the kontry roads you claim to dread. In all dis ya Babylon, England get di most miserable standard; roads, houses, girls, food, beer, suits... everyting seen? And you kom over and over insulting di kontry dat born you man! No man dat born ina Cameroon can forget where they kom from. Tiny you from dirty London kom thrash me di kontry people with demands of a menue ina di eating chamber. Man you sly. Listen now me broda and me sista demmal, di kontry is a nice place despite the poverty. Dis little Louis refuse to write abot the beautiful Cameroon people he met back home. He definitely never saw the beautiful life plenty kontry boys and girls demma having dong dey. Why even go to Yaounde when you can spend all your money ina Chariot town and Limbe man? Our kontry remains our home, di beautiful home; di place where you truly relax and rest like a man, and far far away from all di police dem dat harass and hunt dong African children out of England every blessed day as we all know. December is here again, di most dreamful vacation in di kontry. Make we go spend some bread dong dey, and share with di beautiful people, eat some real food with no menue, and study di place for eventual investment avenues. Let no man listen to dis Louis. Louise, me sorry fi you man.