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Friday, 23 July 2004

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The Ambazonian

With this, hopefully the mouth peices of the Republic of Ambazonia, and the self-declared President of the Republic of Ambazonia, the iconoclastic Independence pioneer Mr. Fungum Gorji-Dinka have made the leap from the the "force of argument" they started in 1985, and which has yeilded no fruits for our people, and do what other Liberation movements in history have demonstrated. Freedom is won on the battlefield, first and foremost. That is the greatest recognition and identity we can give ourselves - to fight for what we know is right, just and the truth!
Welcome ALIP to the recognition of this reality. And thank you for learning this lessons of history which all formerly colonized peoples have taught all, from the Americans, to the Zimbabweans, Namibians, South Africans and the list goes on.
Now let action replace empty bombast and intellectual preening.

Justice M. Mbuh

I think the commentator above seems to not understand much about Ambazonia Republic. At no time in the history of the struggle did the Fon, (not Mr.) Fongum Gorji-Dinka deny us the right to learn from other liberation movemnets in history. On the contrary, had the commentator (who incidentally chickened and did not put his name on the comment) done his home work well, (SINCE THE FON PREDICTED THE FORMATION OF SOCADEF IN THE THREE LANDMARK DOCUMENTS OF 1985!--remember JETFORCE?: Judgment Execution Task Force clearly spelt out in the Revolt of Ambazonia) he/she would have understood that by utilizing legalism and diplomacy as Ambazonia has done since 1985, the global community has been educated about our cause. Secondly, the list of cases won against Cameroun through the singular efforts of Fon Dinka is long and have virtually tied that nation (Cameroun) and placed them in the position Ambazonians alway dreamt they would find themselves one day, in total disgrace....as the truths about our cause are known.
So the commentator completely erred when he/she said:
[[the iconoclastic Independence pioneer Mr. Fungum Gorji-Dinka have made the leap from the the "force of argument" they started in 1985, and which has yeilded no fruits for our people, and do what other Liberation movements in history have demonstrated]].

Yeilded no fruits for our people? The commentator has some more reading about Ambazonia to do. Otherwise such comments will not be made about Fon Dinka's legal pursiuts for nineteen years. Nineteen years with victories against Cameroun in Bamenda High Court case, HCB/28/92, British Foreign Secretary in the London Case of 1997, Victory in Ambazonia versus Cameroun two cases in UNHRC in Geneva, 2004 and one currently pending in Abuja, Nigeria 2003- present, is not an easy accomplishment in nineteen years! I am sure the commentator can take back some of their misgivings!
Justice M. Mbuh
APEC Secretary General
Bowie, MD, USA

The Ambazonian

Mr. SG for APEC:

Judgements won by the Republic of Ambazonia have made no difference in the lives of our people under occupation, this we can agree or disagree on.

Hopefully the creation of ALIP moves us from the unenforceable judgements to JETFORCE, if ALIP is part of JETFORCE then its about time. Courts of Law or UN/AU organs or commissions do not grant independence, this our people must be told. The Western Sahara was recognized by the OAU but enjoys no sovereignty. On the other hand Taiwan has not a seat at the UN but enjoys greater sovereignty that most nations on earth - Chang Kai Shek did not get that from any courts or bureaucrats in the salons of comfort in New York or Geneva. The Battle will be won first on the land. If this is ALIP's view, they have something to add, if not, they can continue with the endless "forces of argument" of the Ambazonia or SCNC or SCAPO variety.

Otherwise I have no time for a personal confrontation with the APEC Secretary General, nor any lessons to learn from him. And if my identity means more to the SG of APEC than my ideas and thoughts, I'll give the SG the last word. Please have the last word Mr. Justice M. Mbuh.

a member of ALIP manefesto Working Group

As someone who participated in the Working Group that drafted the ALIP manifesto, I would say the Comments above get's to the root of the issue-The people(with whom it is said sovereignty lies).
And I'll also add that my conviction is that we are able to think about this things in the manner we are doing today becuase we have the experiences from the efforts made by all those who lead in this struggle before to serve like a bases for considering what could be the best way forward.
If anyone is interested in expressing a point on ways to go a head in the frame of ALIP, please drop us an email ambazonia@riseup.net.
Some ALIP documentations; spelling our concept and proposed way forward is online at http://liberation-party.1.am


We seriously hope it is the dawn of a new day for our people.

christmas ebini

Justice Muluh Mbuh:

Are you still making empty threats?

christmas ebini

Justice Muluh Mbuh:

Are you still making empty threats? When are you really going to learn anything?

Christmas Ebini

Martin Douala

Regardless of these new parties, which should be welcome as vehicles for raising political consciousness and nationalism at grassroots, the Great SCNC remains the principal political movement which carries all our hopes and aspirations for a just and democratic devolution of West Cameroon from East Cameroon. We must not underestimate the SCNC's past acheivenments. This movement of Mukong, Muna, Foncha, Luma, Ebong to name a few great men did bring the rampaging cancer of frenchification to a complete stop in the early nineties. Yes, it saved our schools and children from one of the worst forms of cultural imperialism and neocolonisation yet implemented by gaulist France in Africa through her self-proclaimed pupil Mr. Paul Biya of La Republique du Cameroon.

Long live the SCNC
Longlive Southern Cameroons
Longlive La Republique du Cameroun.

Martin Douala
Washington DC

Martin Douala

Regardless of these new parties, which should be welcome as vehicles for raising political consciousness and nationalism at grassroots, the Great SCNC remains the principal political movement which carries all our hopes and aspirations for a just and democratic devolution of West Cameroon from East Cameroon. We must not underestimate the SCNC's past acheivenments. This movement of Mukong, Muna, Foncha, Luma, Ebong to name a few great men did bring the rampaging cancer of frenchification to a complete stop in the early nineties. Yes, it saved our schools and children from one of the worst forms of cultural imperialism and neocolonisation yet implemented by gaulist France in Africa through her self-proclaimed pupil Mr. Paul Biya of La Republique du Cameroon.

Long live the SCNC
Longlive Southern Cameroons
Longlive La Republique du Cameroun.

Martin Douala
Washington DC

wanaku

As the tunnel grows narrow, every concerned citizen of ex-British Southern Cameroons is taking a POSTURE. This is very encouraging ... that is ... the level of interest in the affairs of this piece of real estate. The big question is - Will THE PEOPLE actually have a VOICE and/or MOUTHPIECE that is really legitimate? Or are some loud-mouthed people just going to force down castor oil into their throats and leave them to their own devices when the bell tolls?

Blessings
Wanaku

BUNYUI JOHN NJABI

Months and years have come and gone
and my darling home dwells in ruins
curruption prevails, human rights abused
and the future remains so bleak.

All these vices have long prevailed
while my brethren just sit and look on
its now time we rise and make rise all wrongs
that have swinddled our peace away.

Justice M. Mbuh

Ebini,
The liberation of Ambazonia (Southern Cameroons)has never been a matter between you and me. I don't know what empty threats you are talking about. I am not the one who has claimed asylum in the United States by lying that I was victimized in Cameroun for calling on the masses of Southern Cameroons to rebel only to turn aroumnd and serve the Biya stinking regime with dedication as you, Ebini Christmas Atem has! Remember the article you wrote for the Post in 1992 when elections were rigged and you called on the masses to bear arms and rise up against Cameroun? What are you doing now kissing the behind of the CPDM? And do you Chris, know why I refused to file asylum in the USA? I'll tell you: Because folks like you have made a mess of the opportunity which asylum ought to accord genuine victims and seeker!

If you think I owe any more threats to you more than spelling out to you exactly what you are, then just remind me, I hate to be a threat debtor, like Cameroun, a Judgment debtor!

As for those who say Court Judgments do not liberate nations--that is half truth--for court judgments are an additive tool, which if properly utilized, as I am sure Ambazonia would, with or without ALIP, minimize the truma of war of liberation which could be short-lived with Court judgments to support, say UN Diplomacy.

I strongly think that ALIP will equally serve a purpose and that her actions would be complemented by Court rulings which legitimize their sensitization actions, to say less of actually acquiring power through the polls!
Justice M. Mbuh

Nfuanjeku Tabia Rene

The idea of us completely restoring our independent is at hand. Here back in Cameroon, we are arranging procedues of reaching this wonderful dream how ready are u people out there.On behalf of almost 10000 Ambazonians can u open out the most mordern strategies to get to the pick of this all.
Thanks other minds in the support[action orientated Revolutionists Headed by Mr. Tabia Rene

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This country has always been witness to many wars for independence and many people have died for some who just want the welfare and tranquility of their own!

Chief Ayuk Arrey

All options are on the table. Diplomacy or Military.

If La republique doesn't want Diplomacy, then let the Violent take it by force.
Now Justice Muluh has been apprehended and other vital pioneers. Our we going to fold our hands and keep on waiting on La republique to came to the table for dialoque at her own convinience if atall she will?

La Republique can never defeat us on the battle field, after all her forces are living with us, so it makes it easier for us.

njimaforboy

I hope u all are connecting the dots here.

Justice Mbuh is langishing in jail here in Cameroon, probably sold and betrayed by men like Christmas Ebini.

Just be careful when u deal with men like Molua, Ebini, Samba, Dipoko. These folks are worse than Judas. They wiLl hand u over to La Republique for free. They are the devils in our house.

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Malis

I Feel lucky that we are finally starting to walk the hard walk in life. We are all together in this and we will prevail. There is no going back no matter how long it takes, setbacks and what ever. This is the only way we can prove to our descendants that we were there for them.

We will finally know who we truly are. History is calling

Malis

If it comes to the worst (Arm Resistance)
I will be the first to go back home and I will fight. I do not care if I die.
I'm done with this stupid African Ignorance of waiting for a God or a leader that will never come to save us.

If we look well in history African leaders have always been the once who sold their own kind for slaver.

That will not and never happen with my Children. I will die for them.

If the one and only true God wants to punish me, no problem. I will not stand and watch.

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