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dango tumma

koumpssa issa , look your fat ugly face,
gold or no gold ,its not your business.
we all already know of all the mineral deposits in southern cameroons, koumpsaa
ought to be thinking about going home to your country la republique du cameroun.
after all AMBAZONIA WILL MINE ITS MINERAL WHEN THE TIME COMES.
FOOLISH GOUNERVEUR

Kabuin

They are opening their eyes wide to see the last things to exploit us of before it's too late.
This Gold and Iron Ore is in my Village, it's not today we know, coz it's clearly visible. But should we be unable to keep the french and la republique out of our vilage by ordinary force,our old men will go the mystical way till they leave blind and maimed,Mark my Words!. I knew they will someday announce that but we have difficult and mysteriouse parent who understand our sufferings now and won't permit the mess.
Long live "Chop Farm"!
long live Mbiya!

ANYA FRED


IF CARE IS NOT TAKEN,THIS GAYS WILL COLLECT IN ADVANCE ALL WHAT BELONG TO US BEFORE THEY GO AWAY. WHY SHOULD BE SO CONCERN WITH WHAT IS NOT THEIRS? WHEN IT COMES TO APPOINTMENT WE ARE FORGOTEN AND IT COMES FOR EXTRATION OF MINERALS WE ARE THINK OF. YES MR FRACOPHONE. MINE YOU GUDGEMENT SHALL COME AND YOU GONA HIDE. WEATHER YOU LIKE IT OR NOT THAT IS THE GOSPEL TRUTH. PLEASE TELL THEM FOR ME THAT ANGLPHONES ARE NOT IN UNION WITH FRACOPHONE.

Riccardo

Fred,

That gold and iron ore is the property of the Republic of Cameroon.
But not a property of Corrut people (Francophones or Anglophones).
Do you get it?

I hope so.

Riccardo

dango tumma

ricardo,
what is republique of cameroon
egghead, this gold and diamond belong to my village, and my people, the location is in AMBAZONIA. GET IT ONCE AND FOR ALL.
REPEAT AFTER ME, THE UNION IS DEAD, THE UNIONIS DEAD,,THE UNION DEAD,SINCE 1972

REAL EGGHEAD

Riccardo

Donga Tammu or whatever you call yourself,

That Gold is for you and your Family only.
No, no, it's yours ONLY!

Get it!

We Cameroonians will enjoy it.

Riccardo

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