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simplice

The "ding dong" bell of doom has been rung by our National Assembly. Cameroonians, prepare yourselves for another 11 years of Thievery:unless a divine intervention comes to our rescue by Biya not celebrating his 85 bithday before 2018.
SCNC if you're to save us,get and do some consequential ground work.

rexon

Simplice,

Though we hate the Biya regime and all its NGO's operating on our land including the SDF, our primary concern is not on finding ways of uprooting the Biya regime from power. Our focus is on the independence of the Southern Cameroons and with or without the Biya regime, we will still fight for this independence. It is left on the people of La Republique to decide if they want Biya to remain as their president or not. Even if a Southern Cameroonians ascends to La Republiques presidency, we will still fight to uproot him.

Cheers.

Legima Doh

An excerpt from a former anglophone DO of the biya Regime.
Just to give you a gist: You want to hear more about
> the senior High Court Judge I saw being given a
> "bath" at a public square, stark naked, with a white
> cock in each hand in the early hours of the morning?
>
> Or about the Douala-based Custom Officer who was
> made
> to swallow several pieces of the raw and bleeding
> heart of a dog as part of his own "empowerment
> ritual"?
>
> Or the minister-delegate who was stripped naked,
> routinely flogged and made to sleep on a bare floor
> and feed on a concoction of animal blood and wild
> shrubs for 7 days and nights just as a means of
> retaining his post?
>
> Or the SDO who was asked to run naked through a
> crowded public square at 12 midnight on "ngokse"
> (the
> Oku market day), if he hopes to be promoted to
governor? In passing let me mention that this SDO
> was
> actually fired for exuding such embarrasing conduct!
>
> Or better still you want me to tell you about the
> ambitious army colonel, aiming to be promoted to a
> general, who was buried alive up to his neck for a
> whole day while his medicine man roasted a goat on
> his
> "grave" with which he was later fed after the
> ritual?
>
> Or do you want to hear about this France-based very
> popular makossa artist who after running about of
> inspiration and blaming it on his "enemies" came to
> Oku for a 2 week "re-inspiration process", part of
> which entailed carrying what he was told was the
> tooth
> of a tiger, concealed in a lock of his hair at all
> times? All you need to do is check out which of our
> Makossa artist has been spotting a pony-tail since
> 1999 and you'll know who i'm talking about!
>
> I could go on and on, and Ma Ligs these things are
> real; they are not just fantasy.
>
> Last August a young man was invited to the
> prestigious Hilton Hotel in Yaounde, where he was
> sodomized, gagged, murdered and then thrown out of
> an
> 11th floor window in broad daylight! Preliminary
> investigations pointed accusing fingers at 2 very
> prominent personalities in cameroon's political
> cycles: the current head of the Cameroon Mission to
> the UN and the president of the chamber of commerce!
> Needless to say the invesitigations have since been
> halted apparently on the orders of some one very
> high
> up.
>
> The reality in Cameroon is that each government
> department/agency ( the Presidency, the Prime
> Minister's office, ministerial departments and para
> public companies etc ) have their own embedded sects
> and occultic practices. You need to belong to be
> promoted. What often passes for political disputes
> or
> policy differences between government agencies are
> often just mere battles for control between the
> different sects that run them. One of the most well
> known battles was the one between the Free Masons
> and
> the Rosicrucians which saw the demise of the likes
> of
> Titus Edjoa and their acolytes like Peter Abgor Tabi
> in the mid 90s.
>
> Ma Ligs, as hard as it is dificult to believe, that
> is
> what Cameroon has become!
>
> --- bisona wrote:
>
> > Ni Ben,
> > This is already smelling a $13 million clintonian
> > contract, paid in full before

Ernest

"Even if a southern cameroonians ascends to la republiques presidency, we will still fight to oproot him". Mr rexon, this statement is a very fat lie. If an anglophone is giving the presidency today, all these talks about scnc will die down as anglophones problems will be partially solve. An anglophone knows the plights of the anglophones and will surely work to deliver to the anglophones. So all these scnc talks is because democracy in cameroon has been hijack by a satanic regime and an anglophone has been refused the right to rule the country. But let me ask you this question, isn't this scnc talk started after the 1990 presidential election? Just wait and see an anglophone ascends to power and you will nolonger hear of the scnc.

Akoson

Dearest Southern Cameroonians,

We recovered from China's censorship a week ago. I'm glad to be here again.

Culled from Camnetwork.

Fellow Southern Cameroonians,

The very vocal and active Camnetter Duke Ebogo Titus Ngwa who often corresponds from Clevaland, OHIO was arrested on Thursday August 30th, 2007 at about 4:30 pm in Yaounde, LRC. By Gendarmerie forces of LRC.

Mr Ngwa a Southern Cameroons nationalist was arrested in Melen Yaounde as we both travelled from Buea to Yaounde to coordinate a grouping of Southern Cameroons Youths in Yaounde for a planned visit to the SCNC Head Quaters in Bamenda. In an incident that apparently seem to be a tip-off, Mr Ngwa and I were stopped in a taxi boarded from Mvan and heading for Biyem'Assi in Yaounde. With a SCAPO face cap on and a white T-Shirt carrying the Southern Cameroons Flag with a very conspicuous FRSC boll-faced on the T-shirt, though worn under a Black Jacket, he was forced out of the car and conveyed to only "God alone Knows".

Mr Ngwa is a youth in his mid to late twenties and a graduate from the University of Buea. He lives in Cleveland, USA and has writen about the Southern Cameroons Cause in his publication "Tears of the Destitute: The Southern Cameroons in the hands of LRC". He arrived Buea the Southern Cameroons about a forthnight ago to finalise site arrangement for the shooting of a movie "Inside the Presidency" (Authored by Him and believed to be curled from Biya's Blood Power Lotion). Mr Ngwa is also reputed for coordinating a group of Youths from the Bafut LGA to the SCNC Head Quaters last year for a greater inside education on the Southern Cameroons Cause. He is prominent in his philosophy that the Youths Must Join the struggle for the Restoration of the Southern Cameroons or Bimbia Republic since they are the ones who stand to benefit from it.

By this, I wish to call on the Southern Cameroonians and sympathisers of the Southern Cameroons' Cause to put pressure on the forces of LRC to disclose where he is detained for easy access to legal proceedings.
Thanks

Sone John
+237 75 17 76 82

The SON.

Akoson

Dearest Southern Cameroonians,

We recovered from China's censorship a week ago. I'm glad to be here again.

Culled from Camnetwork.

Fellow Southern Cameroonians,

The very vocal and active Camnetter Duke Ebogo Titus Ngwa who often corresponds from Clevaland, OHIO was arrested on Thursday August 30th, 2007 at about 4:30 pm in Yaounde, LRC. By Gendarmerie forces of LRC.

Mr Ngwa a Southern Cameroons nationalist was arrested in Melen Yaounde as we both travelled from Buea to Yaounde to coordinate a grouping of Southern Cameroons Youths in Yaounde for a planned visit to the SCNC Head Quaters in Bamenda. In an incident that apparently seem to be a tip-off, Mr Ngwa and I were stopped in a taxi boarded from Mvan and heading for Biyem'Assi in Yaounde. With a SCAPO face cap on and a white T-Shirt carrying the Southern Cameroons Flag with a very conspicuous FRSC boll-faced on the T-shirt, though worn under a Black Jacket, he was forced out of the car and conveyed to only "God alone Knows".

Mr Ngwa is a youth in his mid to late twenties and a graduate from the University of Buea. He lives in Cleveland, USA and has writen about the Southern Cameroons Cause in his publication "Tears of the Destitute: The Southern Cameroons in the hands of LRC". He arrived Buea the Southern Cameroons about a forthnight ago to finalise site arrangement for the shooting of a movie "Inside the Presidency" (Authored by Him and believed to be curled from Biya's Blood Power Lotion). Mr Ngwa is also reputed for coordinating a group of Youths from the Bafut LGA to the SCNC Head Quaters last year for a greater inside education on the Southern Cameroons Cause. He is prominent in his philosophy that the Youths Must Join the struggle for the Restoration of the Southern Cameroons or Bimbia Republic since they are the ones who stand to benefit from it.

By this, I wish to call on the Southern Cameroonians and sympathisers of the Southern Cameroons' Cause to put pressure on the forces of LRC to disclose where he is detained for easy access to legal proceedings.
Thanks

Sone John
+237 75 17 76 82

The SON.

mola

I think its time you people realise that this SCNC issue and its fight for independence or whatever will lead us nowhere. I am not a profet of doom, but the hand writting is very clear on the wall. Biya and all his advocates of evil will do everything in their power to frustrate the movement. The effect is not and will never be felt by all these internet freedom fighters.
Take some vacation go back home (if you can) and see for yourself the condition of our dear fatherland. Its a complete disaster, not touching only English speaking Cameroon, but almost the entire country. Yaounde and its envirion (Mvomeka), might be an exception, but yet just a handfull of them will side with the regime .We are talking about a nation wide catastrophy, which demands some urgent action from all Camerooonians not only SCNC. The reality is that the nightmare some of us see in terms of abandoned infrastructure, dilapudated and falling structures hopelessness, etc are more common everywhere. And these talks of SCNC and independent for SC, will not just work.

From Ekona market using a public transport, with my mum on our way back home to Buea,the vehicle was stopped just some 500meters for the Ekona market, my mum was asked to pay 1100frs, when I inquired why she told me it has been a routine since the SDF took over control of the council. All "buy-and sellam", of foodstuffs must pay this amount to an SDF agent, on leaving Ekona, else the driver will unload their things. What about the receipt, I inquired, please I am busy, either you pay or your mums things be unloaded. About another 1500meters the vehicle was stopped again, this time by police officials. Up to this moment it has been common place for the driver to move up to the police and give them "whatever".
The police officer took my passport and didn't returned it. After waiting for about 10mins, the driver became very impatient, and asked me to go out and talk with them, which ofcourse I did, and was asked to produce my vacination card. I did that at the airport, however its at home. He didn't say anything for a while I stood there waiting, finally the driver came out and started at me. This is not Whiteman country you settle them or I leave you. This is Cameroon! he said.
I had vowed upon entering my country never aid corruption in any way, I told this driver, who immediately started unloading my mothers stuff. You ought to be ashame of caming back home without a car as your friends bush fallers does. "He has three new ones at home my mothers jumped out of the car saying". Then why leave them at home only to came and be disturbing my business, replied the driver? A lady from my mums village who was also a passenger jumped out of the car went directly to the police holding my pass, made as if she was about giving her money, saw the opportunity, snatched the pass and a fight ensue. The police officer pushed her down (my mothers age 58-59yrs.) I couldn't take it any longer. Upon securing my pass, I had this guy down on a single blow, damming all the consequences. His two collegues smelling hell in view of the gathering crowd, forced him into a car a they all speed off, towards Buea.
Back in the car, a terrible arguement ensued upon realising that this officer is an anglophone from Bamenda. For the first time in my life I experienced how divided and distanced we were. I am afraid to say this. The passengers started at each other in a camp of two, "the south westerners are very stupid and lazy people., just look at their roads, you will never see this happening in Bamenda. Have you ever gone to Bamenda, nice big roads from Bafoussam right up to Bamenda and beyond".
Yes then go home to Bamenda. What are you doing here. Came-no-go". Before SDF took over Ekona-Muyuka, things were good
but look at now, everything is falling apart. I will never vote for SDF. Muna and Foncha fooled us and now Fru Ndi".
"Achidi Achu was clever, he tared our roads, you have had Musonge and now Inoni, but nothing, only dust and mud..shame .shame".
"It is because you people leave Bamenda come here and bring confussion, that is why Biya is punishing us. If you people leave us alone Biya will tarr our road. You bring trouble eveywhere, even at the university in Buea, go and build your own university".

Internet freedom fighters, this is the reality at home. The fight is not going anywhere because amongst us we are very very divided, hence the need to look at Biya and France as an enemy to Cameroon not only Anglophone. I drove through Lum, Mbanga and worst of them all Nkongsamba. It is the same story. A town like Nkongsamba is a nightmare, it is completely unrecognisable. I was told Biya was punishing Samual Ebua, for revolting.
The entire country is going through a revolution of an unimaginable magnitude. The so called bendsiken is the major source of employment. Almost all young unemployed with no experience not to talk of licence are formally and informally employed to polute our green heritage. While the international community is talking of green house effect, Biya and his gangs of thieves are busy entering more contracts with the chinese to polute more. After all the only good that can came out of an evil empire is evil. More polution, less opposition this evil juncta, since the youth are engaded in this evil business,just to make a living.Th business is poluting, maiming and killing, as well as supporting the entire corrupt system.
Those of you who think Nigeria might help the SCNC, are really mistaken. Nigeria will give all the necessary Biya wants, to suppress any seccesionist move, because they also have a similar problem- the Niger Delta boys, as well as the Biafras, who are also in the minorities, and will only rule Nigeria when all the Northerners are dead.
This minority issue is all over Africa. Maybe our only hope can be to join Ghadafi and start looking for a United Africa. If you people don't know, then get this straight. Biya, Mbongo,Sasso, Idriss, etc, are not acting alone. Their collaborators are not only France-Multinationals, USA, Chinese, UK, you name them, are all behind this mess. Its all part of a grand conspiracy, which might only be cracked by a continent wide revolution. Talk to Africans from different countries, and the story is the same.
We should even count ourself lucky, thanks to Obasanjo. These same conspirators were at the verge of unleaching a war which could have gone down in history between Cameroon and Nigeria because of disagreement on how to share oil in Bakassi. How come that suddenly Cameroon and Nigeria were disputing Bakassi after almost 40 yrs of independence. Devils always welcome evil and its source. How do you people expect a man capable of murdering his wife (Irene) , because of power, to finally give that power away peacefully..Thats a big mistake. Biya will and is capable with the help of the likes mention above, to do anything just to stay in power.
We can use someother strategies..join Ghadafi, and rally other Africans around us, or nationally join the Bamilekes, form some form of alliance which can give meaning and hope to other sections of the country. The kind of hope which the SDF brought in its early years, but never succeeded because it was considered an Anglophone party. This time if the Bamilekes join and maybe take over leadership, any foul play will surely see a nationwide revolution similar to the one in Georgia. Cameroonians are all frustrated with no hope so long as Biya is there. We only need a rallying force who can bring them hope, and then Biya will definitley end up like Romanias Caucescou.


casara

Mola
I just left home about a week today.What you are talking about isn't really true about the feelings people have about the Southern Cameroons course.You might have experienced a situatuation like what you just mentioned,but believe me.The knowledge i gathered sailing through Yaounde,Bamenda,Buea,Douala was success for the SCNC.
I agree with you about the dilapidating nature of infrastructures.True the country is a mess.life,in a nutshell in Cameroon,has no hope.
To be honest, with you forget about your United Africa stuff,cos' the SCNC is very close to achieving it's objective.Mola Get into the SCNC band wagon and see the progress for yourself.

UnitedStatesofAfrica

Mola, thank you Mola, thank you very much for speaking the truth and not holding back. If I knew you personally, I would shake your hand and tell you thank you. Thank you for telling these internet fighters that the situation in Cameroon, the real battlefield, is different from what they see on the internet. Please tell them.

UnitedStatesofAfrica

Mola, you have hit the nail on the coffin. You have summarised all what I have been trying to say on the site for ages. Tell them Mola, pleas tell them and open their eyes.

UnitedStatesofAfrica

Mola, you have hit the nail on the coffin. You have summarised all what I have been trying to say on the site for ages. Tell them Mola, please tell them and open their eyes.

Legima Doh

Mola,
U presented your comment is a captivating slanting.But the conclusion from all u said is erroneous.We are aware of such circumstances but that is not the macro idea in the Southern cameroons.That is a machinery of divide and rule that Biya had implemented.But if u are keen to look into the ScNc u would see that such a device had no place there and is also waning in the minds of the Southern cameroonians as they get more sensitized.
You said so pathetically about the plight of our motherland but its solution according to you based on a united africa was skin deep demonstrated.Such an idea as propounded by USAfrica is illusive. I wonder how u can be uniting africa when africans are not free.Where do u start from?Do u first liberate the people before uniting them or unite them before liberating them.Its like uniting untamed animals together before attempting to tame them.The end result is that they will engaged in bloody and deadliest battles.
The fact about the ScNc is crystal clear.Believing or not believing a fact is a matter of personal will.USAfrica has no will to believe in the facts about the ScNc.

Facta Non Verbum.

Legima Doh,
ScNc

7512wilson

Mola
I like your analogy of the state of affairs as it stands in Cameroon. It would have been a different thing if the Southern Cameroonians were the only ones feeling the pain and wrath of the Biya dictatorship. But seeing things as they are, the whole of Cameroon is in pretty bad shape as a result of the current regime. I have always said that the SCNC struggle is a legitimate one but there seem to be a problem somewhere. I think Mola has just made a good attempt in trying to solve the puzzle of why SCNC has failed to pull as much support as it needs to steam up things. SCNC is trying to run away from hell fire but in doing so, it is trying allow the rest of the nation to continue to burn in that same hell fire. That fact of the matter is that the SCNC just can't leave the rest of the Country behind in their fight. More things need to be done, more people and not just the Southern Cameroons need to get involved and thats the only way we are going to get a break through. The larger part of Cameroon must rise together with the SCNC and lets launch an assault of revolts against the Biya administration.
The more united we are, the better.

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