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chesami

The real problem in Cameroon's budding pluralistic politics is the de facto lack of national interest and the need to work for the masses.Those who pose as political leaders are all vultures,wanting to prey on any little frank that will be put into their personal stomach.In so far as we continue to rely on our "Father" somewhere invisibly steering our affairs of state,to the rock to sabotage us,we can never come out of dictatorship that has come to stay given the divided stance that we have.The government and those who are crying for change are not themselves serious in their bid to put in place,sound,lasting and concrete ways to fight undemocratic rule and jungle governance.

In so far as we think that we are not fit to govern ourselves without external influence and or consultation,we shall never get out of bad governance and unaccountability that identifies us anywhere in the globe.We need a serious revolution to change the wapped minds that some colonial powers have instilled into us.o do this we need an independent judiciary that needs to be impartial and render nothing but justice.We the latter is still hooked to the Executive arm of governance,we shall continue to be both economic,social,cultural and political inertia.Nobody else can do all these for us.e need to take our destinies and that of posterity into our hands now and rise to dictatorship with absolute violence like one man or remain cowards and perish as fools.
Elections will come and go,the same state of affairs will repeatedly occur,we shall complain and organise media campaigns in condemnation but will do nothing to change what we all deplore and which hurts each and everyone of us right into our marrows.Continous camplains and condemnations of a ruling class that is comfortable is like a fly disturbing a fox that can get done with it and go unpunished.If we not mentally recycled to think nationalistic then we are just dabbling around our "Chosen"predicament and as such no willing help can come from any direction to rescue us if we do not first rise and say no to a junta that all of us do not want.
Whatever,we may say now,is just mere brutum fulmen,as we shall continue even in worse conditions than ever before under a regime all of deplore.
Cameroonians are capable of doing the impossible,what is impossible in doing the possible to this impossibility that we know that with our capability at doing the impossible we can possibly root it off our nerves and to equally share in decision that affect us all?
Thanks.
Chesami
South Africa

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