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Friday, 22 October 2004


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America, France and other western countries do not care what happens in Cameroon. They are there for personal interests. France is more of a liability than an asset to Cameroon. For America, Election rigging is common practice. I would have been very surprise if the retired American Senators came up with an alternative conclusion. These are people who have outlived their usefulness and can only survive by picking crumps out of dictators like Biya (who have been rejected by their people)by drumming them to victory.

Biya has the army and the guns, his French and American masters behind him to keep cameroonians miserable and poor. He can Like Mobutu walk on Cameroonians. Like Mobutu in Congo, there is one thing that he cannot conquer. When it happens, all the glory will will be gone. His famous French and American allies in corruption and dictatorship will not be behind him then. It happened to Mobutu of Congo and to many others. So shall it happen to Biya.

Its just a question of time.

God Bless Cameroon

Nso Collivan

Well this is the time for us all to start thinking of what is going to be come of us in the next few years that are just speeding up so fast.
The international community is not interested in complaints from a sleeping people like us Cameroonians. They are more interested with the people they can sell their guns and also extract some of the good things you have. More especially the things they say you do not know the value. Why do you even talk about America, France, Germany and many others if you can name them your self. These countries are so populated and have to create job for their citizens. We don’t have jobs too and do not know how to create the jobs for our people.
Europe and America are militarily incline were do you think all this armies are going to work. Situations like this most be created. In other words they are asking you to start a fight so they can come in with support. In so doing create jobs for the jobless Europeans or Americans in the name of peace keeping. Please do not misunderstand their reason of supporting the Mr. Biya.
I tell you Mr. Biya has not understand the game like all the other old dictators. He will surely beg to die in Cameroon.
I am sure Mr. Neils Marquardt you have by now parked your diplomatic bag for peaceful departure to the U.S. not forgetting France and the other European embassies.

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