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Thursday, 30 June 2005

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lantum

they students must learn the anglophone marginalisation too. cause
when war starts tommorrow
they will be witness too.
beauty outside doesnt translate to beauty inside.
we dont need a yaounde propaganda machine any longer

MArco

What has anglophone marginalisation got to do with a group of visiting students??

Loujack

Please keep politics out of a truly educational and cultural experience. There is much to be learned from the US in this respect. The students came, had a good visit and will serve as goodwill ambassadors for Cameroon.

Rexon

This has nothing to do with politics. when they do visit our territory, our land, they should not be brainwashed to believe that there is a one and united Cameroon. in fact, there is the la republic du Cameroon and the republic of southern Cameroons and the territory the are reporting in is the territory of southern Cameroons and should not be reported like they are in la republic du cameroon. this is not polictics, it is a serious and independent issue. we must respect the rights and integrity of southern cameroonians. every visitor in our land must be educated of the colonisation of our land by agents of la republic du cameroon and mbella moki is one such agent. we will see how it goes.

boni

Sure, people in America are fed a lot of rubbish about Africa, and are always shocked when they visit a place like Buea where people tend to be well fed and educated, people are clean, air is clean, vegetation is green and abundant. Yes, there are serious problems, but they really do expect people to be in rags, skeletal, dirty and dieing in the streets and that we have all seen lions and killed them with our spears. I am sure most people in Buea have never seen a lion, nor a zebra, nor even duiker that live on the slopes of Fako. But they have seen plenty of millipedes and toads and foot long earthworms and and maybe a small viper. That is the hollywood version of Africa. Similarly, people in Africa sometimes have the impression that people are running amok with guns blazing in the streets of America. Again, that is the hollywood version.

There is one new form of dangerous wild life that can be terminated with simple measures (Mr Mayor, take note). It is called the anopheles mosquito, and it used to be rare in Buea. Mr Mayor, eradicate the anopheles mosquito so that university students would stop being superstitious about witchcraft on campus. People, you are living in filth, that is why mosquitoes are giving you malaria and you are catching hepatitis and typhoid. Be scientists, not superstitious morons.
Noone is "witching" you.

boni

Sure, people in America are fed a lot of rubbish about Africa, and are always shocked when they visit a place like Buea where people tend to be well fed and educated, people are clean, air is clean, vegetation is green and abundant. Yes, there are serious problems, but they really do expect people to be in rags, skeletal, dirty and dieing in the streets and that we have all seen lions and killed them with our spears. I am sure most people in Buea have never seen a lion, nor a zebra, nor even duiker that live on the slopes of Fako. But they have seen plenty of millipedes and toads and foot long earthworms and and maybe a small viper. That is the hollywood version of Africa. Similarly, people in Africa sometimes have the impression that people are running amok with guns blazing in the streets of America. Again, that is the hollywood version.

There is one new form of dangerous wild life that can be terminated with simple measures (Mr Mayor, take note). It is called the anopheles mosquito, and it used to be rare in Buea. Mr Mayor, eradicate the anopheles mosquito so that university students would stop being superstitious about witchcraft on campus. People, you are living in filth, that is why mosquitoes are giving you malaria.

boni

Sure, people in America are fed a lot of rubbish about Africa, and are always shocked when they visit a place like Buea where people tend to be well fed and educated, people are clean, air is clean, vegetation is green and abundant. Yes, there are serious problems, but they really do expect people to be in rags, skeletal, dirty and dieing in the streets and that we have all seen lions and killed them with our spears. I am sure most people in Buea have never seen a lion, nor a zebra, nor even duiker that live on the slopes of Fako. But they have seen plenty of millipedes and toads and foot long earthworms and and maybe a small viper. That is the hollywood version of Africa. Similarly, people in Africa sometimes have the impression that people are running amok with guns blazing in the streets of America. Again, that is the hollywood version.

There is one new form of dangerous wild life that can be terminated with simple measures (Mr Mayor, take note). It is called the anopheles mosquito, and it used to be rare in Buea. Mr Mayor, eradicate the anopheles mosquito so that university students would stop being superstitious about witchcraft on campus. People, you are living in filth, that is why mosquitoes are giving you malaria and you are catching hepatitis and typhoid. Be scientists, not superstitious morons.
Noone is "witching" you.

Ngwese

It seems as SCNC advocates have lost focus and do not know their targets any more. In most of the comments that I read, some individuals will push the SCNC agenda irrespectible of the original article.
I see no link between visiting students and Southern Cameroon. These students came to Cameroon with Cameroonian visa to study culture and other aspects but it appears Confusing that some people online use it for SCNC agenda

LANTRUM

thanx rexon,
all others, i really know
what to call them, are already brainwashed, They
themselves believe, there is some place called cameroon, it only exist on paper, they donteven know that they are not citizens of these cameroon, their land , resource rights ,life, is
all held and controlled against their will by this cameroon, They dont want
visitors to know. not knowing that its these visitors that some day might free them. BY believing that politics is
some how unconnected with every thing else that run your life is blind and ignorance in its highest form. JUST KEEP LYING TO YOUR SELF ABOUT ONE CAMEROON. BUT I DONT BELONG TO THAT CAMEROON, A PASSPORT IS ONLY A BOOKLET
AND ANY GOVERNMENT CAN PRINT IT, OK

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