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Thursday, 30 March 2006

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NjifenztB.D.(U.K)

ITS ALL SELF EXPLANATORY.
The voice of the people on the ground has been echoed.A clear democratic analysis of this opinion pool(vox populi) indicates that the gov't is an epotomy of TOTAL FAILURE TO ITS PEOPLE.
Pro-CPDM= 05
Anti-CPDM=09
Cameroonians have always known that these gov't officials are bullied to support a failed system in order to protect their position and jobs.This is not democracy.
My personal appraisal of the ruling party after 21years, is a the unic debut of multiparty politics,even though was strainously applied.
Their consistent rigging of elections and usurpation of authority exposes its failure more than ever, since they face the lack of cooperation from the very majority whom they refuse to listen to.

NjifenztB.D.(U.K)

ITS ALL SELF EXPLANATORY.
The voice of the people on the ground has been echoed.A clear democratic analysis of this opinion pool(vox populi) indicates that the gov't is an epotomy of TOTAL FAILURE TO ITS PEOPLE.
Pro-CPDM= 05
Anti-CPDM=09
Cameroonians have always known that these gov't officials are bullied to support a failed system in order to protect their position and jobs.This is not democracy.
My personal appraisal of the ruling party after 21years, is a (the) unic debut of multiparty politics,even though was strainously applied.
Their consistent rigging of elections and usurpation of authority exposes its failure more than ever, since they face the lack of cooperation from the very majority whom they refuse to listen to.

Tayong(Copenhagen)

Im no politician and may not stand a better chance to comment on the above article but as a Cameroon I think I should

Ours seem to be a nation that needs some other kind of leadership style

Today we cry foul to the regime in place.Yesteryears we shouted at the sign of seeming relief from the dictatorship of Ahidjo

Today we cry foul, yesteryears we shouted at the coming of SD that or CD this or UD omega.

Today we cry foul yesteryears we heralded and worshipped the coming of a saviour from
Mvomeka to deliver us from the prawns of Mayo Banyo El Hadji.

Today we cry foul, yesteryears we sang in the street a song that went like this " Foncha tell Endeley say,small no be sick Cameroon na my country" hope you guys remember.And he did have Cameroon as his country.Where are we today?

Today we cry foul , change politial party names to wipe our tears,CPDM =Chop people Dem Money, SDF= Suffer Don Finish etc
Has the suffer finished or the money "chopping" over?

Until we come to realism we will continue to write long articles about the failure of party X or dictator Y.

When elections are around we eat meat, share money, celebrate the appointment of uncle Tom from Division P, months after that we go to the Post and write long articles about CPDM or SDF or CDU or rubbish

Until we come to our senses this folly will continue for a time to come

God save Cameroon
Tayong

rexon

There is no product of the CPDM that has ever been good. Its politicians, its sympathisers, its policies are just a bunch of idiots and ideologies. To hell with this nuisance called the CPDM.

Ashwell

NjinfentB.D (that's the best I can remember of your name), your count is actually wrong. You fail to take account of the leaning of the Post. The publisher is obviously going to publishly mostly what he/she agrees with.

Interestingly, most of the CPDM stalwarts had nothing constructive to say. The party has done it's best someone said. Ya! Of course, the party gave you a job, so it has done it's best. Compared to what? Parties in Cameroon? Political parties in Cameroon are such pathetic excuses of real parties that anything compared to them will be good. A party in hell compared to some of the mushrooms we have Cameroon would haev done it's best. Magic number 21! What is this nonsense? Are we in a David Copperfield show now?

I know nothing about politics but I can savely say that Cameroonians need to start analysing themselves and their country properly. This thing of drawing tiny circles around ourselves and thinking that, that is the world should stop. Of course it is my humble opinion.

Akoson


THE CPDM IS THE WORSE POLITICAL PARTY IN THE WORLD!...I lament.

I've always learnt that the voice of the people is the voice of the Lord. They've said it all. Infact, all those who were interviewd spoke against the CPDM even the bigwigs. Most of them thought they were addressing the problem rightly so that their paymaster'll increase their package. But this is what they all said - 21 years of preparation. This is evil talk of the highest order. Do they understand the meaning of 21 years. This is not 21 months. They're all crazy occultists!

Ladies and gentlemen, if the only balance sheet the CPDM can provide us is a realisation of their mistakes, then it goes to confirm my thesis that it is the worse political party in the world. What an opposition party like the SDF has realised in just 15 years local councils, the CPDM will not do in 100 years. I challenge them to quit the scene for their betters.

Who says "vox populi, vox dei" is not true???

Eyes of A tiger - Son Of Ako, LSE.

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rexon

Why do people always write in this forum and constantly use the word "My Country"? Is la republique francaise du Cameroun a country? I need answers to this question from people like Agbormbai, Mukete, Akoson, Klemenceau, Dr Che Sunday, Frank Muma, Ma Mary, Don man etc. etc. and other lended person who want to defend this fake piece of land as an independent nation.

La republique du Cameroun is a fake piece of land with no rules, government, normal people, etc. It is a failed state with nothing to offer even to the future of the people who governs its.

States are ruled by legislations, its banking system forms the foundation of any meaningful development that can take place, its police are there to protect its people, its business structures are governed by rules, its government is there to defend its people, its citizens love their country and want to stay there, its women are the custodians of family values, and its traditional leaders are the custodians of tribal values especially in Africa.

On the contrary, in la republique du Cameroun, its banking system is habitually inexistent, corrupt and disorganised. Some are even fake institutions with no proper authorisation document. Its police force are the most corrupt in the entire universe and when they even go out to protect their citizens from criminal activities, they are more dangerous than the criminals themselves. Its ministers openly dine in public places with renowned “feymen” and sit side by side in official meetings. Its former prime minister (Simon Achidi Achu) once received money for operation “coup de Coeur” from a “feyman” (10 millions francs) and described him as “chercheur d’europe (struggler from Europe, if my translation is good) “in the eyes of the television camera. It business is not governed by any rule; instead rules are made with fake clauses so that corrupt government individuals can easily manipulate the suffering masses. It does not have any government that has any development plan; instead all functions of the government are habitually reliant on the very corrupt minded and evil policies of its ruling CPDM party headed by a certain tyrant called President Paul biya. It citizens are running all over the world, they don’t want to live there. This country is the poorest in the world in all respects. Yet some unscrupulous individuals call it heaven (Heaven for you whose family is corrupt minded and connected to the system). Its traditional leaders do not posses any value. They are there to collect salt, rice, meat etc from the CPDM or “feyman” to intimidate their subjects to vote for the CPDM, etc. Recently MBACUDA (Mbatu cultural and development association) received a Toyota tercel from a feyman and handed it to their Fon. Is that what we are supposed to encourage as honest citizens of this world?.

In fact, if la republique du Cameroun wants to govern itself one day, all its citizens, subjects, organs, etc. have to go through some form of moral purification. Even corrupt minded southern Cameroonians will have to go through some form of moral purification before we issue them a southern Cameroonian passport.

I will suggest to citizens of la republique du Cameroun that they fight for their government to hand over their barren land to modest francophone nations like Burkina Faso, Mali etc to govern. That will be of great help to them. At least, they will be proud of a future.

Once more, I need answers to some of the issues raised from southern Cameroonians like Agbormbai, Mukete, Akoson, Klemenceau, Dr Che Sunday, Frank Muma, Ma Mary, Don man etc. etc. and other lended person who want to defend this fake piece of land as an independent nation.

Akoson

Rexon,

I should come clean, I have always been in support of the idea of seperation of the two states of Cameroon... for obvious reasons. I have all the documents of the forces of arguments put forward by its erudite intellectuals, lawyers and rappoteur generals like Prof Munzu... and the arguments against by La Republics stooges. And if I were a judge i will say our case is well founded....but one thing should be well understood here, the decision should be political and not sentimental.

With all due respect to our leaders, I have come to the conclusion that, genuine as our leaders are, they have not forged recognised personalities of themselves in the international community, and their lobbying strength leaves much to be desired, thus I am of the school of political pondits - there are other options. Though if session could come now ONLY peacefully, then I'd be the happiest on earth.

I here by rest my case on the balance of probability, though not in a convincing fashion, but we are living on borrowed times.

Keep fighting for your children. My support is courage!

Eyes Of A Tiger - Son Of Ako, LSE.

N G Tebeck ( Sweden)

Rigor and moralisation is said to be the vision of the CPDM if i am not mistaken. This is the phylosophy of the catechist's son who has held us captives for 21 years. He is a real son of the catechist !. I guess his father is one of those preachers who say "do what i say and not what i do". So he also learnt(from his dad)to preach one thing and practice the reverse. Thats why the CPDM and their pupet have always preached very lofty ideas but when when it come to implementation the reverse is done.Where is the senate? where is the constitutional council? where is the decentralisation shit? You name the rest. Biya i wish you long life. You shall live up to 200 years so you wouldn't leave the presidency.......

Tebeck

Jerry Tenjoh or what ever you call your self. Why are you panicking?. I can see what best the CPDM has done for you to be a customs chief. Even my seven year old little brother knows the cutom sector is the most corrupt in cameroon. You are not only corrupt but you are WICKET(the entire custom sector). I know you have mansions nd bloated bank accounts all over the place.The anti-corruption net will get to you guys sooner or later. Don't pannic !! Time is counting down and there isnt any way you can escaoe it.Sing praises to Biya now wouldn't help much cos he has npo choice. Enjoy while it last for the D-day is near.
Cheers.

Layeh Ndifon

Gentlemen,
Did i hearDavid say there is absence of passports in the country and that acquisition is about to be recentralised? What happened? Are we short of wood for paper manufacture or the machines used in production are all no longer fruitful?
Did i also hear or see Jerry Tandoh, the chief of customs for Sw say the party in power has done the best? Ofcourse, it's no surprise if people can get closer to some of you custom officers, they will actually see why u said so. These days, you collect more particularly those of you at the frontier and you eat fat. I was a victim. Many Byke owners decided to move to a neigbouring zone to pay the duty at lower rates. More is collected and very little goes to the state. Why not praise the C party.
To sum it all, The 21 yrs have been that of slogans on C side and " and BECAUSE OF",motions of support from the fellow citizens.
MANY MORE YEARS CPDM AND THE LEADERSBUT NOTE THAT ANYTHING UNDER THE SUN HAS GOT A TIME SO THE HOLY BOOK SAYS.

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