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Fon  Lawrence

Ben B,
I had to go back to verify if I really wrote "the true" instead of the truth.Sometimes it happens,but it does cancel the fact that you are constantly wavering and contradicting yourself. Try to be consistent; although it is a difficult task to be consistent in telling lies.

Charles Forkwa

I said it before. If you feel that your political party is seriously off track the wise thing to do is to resign and form your own party. The Lake Mr. Muna did it, leaving KNDP to form CPNC.
I do not know what Mr. Ngwasiri et al are trying to accomplish by forcing recognision of thier camp. It is a fruitless cause. If they believe thay have a better message let them form a new party.
I am nither a member nor a sympathizer of any of the political parties in "Cameroon" because non of them have shown me either by words or action that they can benefit the population. However, I reserve the right to critisize them because they claim to speak for various "Cameroonian" constituencies.
The lesson is that you should not try to hijack a party because emotions run very high and anything can happen, as it did in this case.
Te lesson: FORM YOUR OWN PARTY IF YOU BELIEVE YOU HAVE A MORE CONVINCING MESSAGE!

Vally

Fonkwa charles,
fru ndi does not have right to the sdf more than ngwasiri,of the remaining five founding fathers three are for ngwasiri two for Fru ndi.
Since Fru ndi thinks he is very popular and the only man who can lead the sdf he can form another party where he alone will be the founding father and he can do as want and still get all the support as he is love by grass root militant.
You think fru ndi does not know the reallity today,he can never win any election again and will never get the support of yester years.

Enow, worry not about vally for he put his head were his mouth is,after 16 years of following fru ndi i realised his days are numbered,unfortunately some don't see my way but the truth must be with hold.
Nobody want our beloved sdf split,but if we have to do what we are doing to get the best out of sdf the better.
When fru ndi will out of the show we shall have our united and committed sdf as ever.

Vally
England.

mukete

I have made them actually mad. Just look at them! Look how confused they are! These are people who thought they could transform this forum into a congregation to offer praises to Ni John Fru Ndi. Readers are now seeing their true colours. I have stood up to the test and there is no disputing of this. I have made them made and confused!

Let Klamenceau, Fon Lawrence, Knganjo, Tayong, Akoson, Aaron Nyangkwe and the other Lost But Found Blind Supporters Of Ni John Fru Ndi go on deceiving themselves. Those who doubt the many muketes they are now using have got confirmation from my e-mail address (mukete_l@yahoo.com) that these overnight muketes are fake. Readers will recall that I started using mukete_l@yahoo.com from the very first day I started using this forum. Readers also know when I write. I mock these blind supporters whenever they want to swallow other readers. While Aaron Nyangkwe is telling us that White is Black so as to get a job in the communication Department of the SDF, other cawards like Klamenceau, Knganjo, Fon Lawrence, Akoson and Tayong are just making careless noise and out of ignorance. The other blind supporter has since stopped using his name and Washow and is now using fake names from the background. They fail that the place they are writting can be traced down to show that their Mukete and Dr. Agbormbai are fake.

To Dr. Agbormbai, do not be intimidated. Continue to let the plain naked truth speak for itself. Your reward will come from above!

Mukete

Now that I have demonstrated beyond any doubts that the death of Makoge in the house of Ni John Fru Ndi, these blind supporters of Ni John Fru Ndi are dancing around like bees that are drunk of fermented palm wine. Why have they not disputed my analysis? Why have they not disputed my analysis of the high ;possibilty that Ni John Fru Ndi actually sent his Talibans from Ntarikon to murder a person in Yaounde? Why have they not disputed my analysis about the attempted assassination on Professor Ngwasiri?

I will tell this forum how Mrs. Rose Ndi was actually sacrificed for the mere sake of power. I will tell this forum on how the Talibans from Ntarikon are recruited, trained, financed, drugged, brainwashed and on how they operate.

What mekes me laugh is thje cawardice that these blind supporters of Ni John Fru Ndi are now practicing. These were people who initially thought that they could use this forum as a fertile ground to hide up the mess of Ni John Fru Ndi. Before, they couldn't believe that a simple, uneducated and mad mukete could actually push them into misbehaving. They are a defeated entity, and the many private e-mails I have been receiving all over the world testify that I am doing an excellent job here.

To those readers who are asking me not to leave this forum, I want to assure them that I had weighed these cawards and since understood that they are mere noise makers and empty vessels. I have them and Ni John Fru Ndi right inside my palms, and if I dare close my hands, these nitwits will disappear from this forum. I think they must have understood that no degree of intimidation will make me sell my conscience. Even the Almighty God will be agree with me if I abandon the fight that these killers of Cameroon's opposition have initiated here.

We I do not write, they jump here to tell readers lies, while getting up at midnight to verify if I have posted something. I will continue to push them into hidding, until the day they realize that Cameroonians are no more the fools they thought we are. I will chase them right inside their Ntarikon palace, even if Ni John Fru Ndi opens his inelastic eyes as he does during NEC meetings.

The sad thing is that these blind supporters of Ni John Fru Ndi are so blind that they do not see the game Ni John Fru Ndi is doing. Ni John Fru Ndi did not only push six innocent Bamenda/Mendakwe/Nkwen/Mankon children to be killed during the launching of the SDF while his Baba II village was in calm and peace, but he pushed old Bamenda/Mendakwe/Nkwen/Mankon Takeubeng women into opening their sacred nakedness into the air to the looking of Biya's army of occupation while his own Baba II old mothers were sleeping and eating in peace in his village. Why did Ni John Fru Ndi not bring his own mother from the village to open their old lasses in Bamenda also? Why did Ni John Fru Ndi not put his own children in the war front during the launching of the SDF? While six innocent souls were sacrificed for him to become rich, this Ntarikon Taliban Leader is boosting that his son, Cornelius will also become a Doctor like Professor Asonganyi. The illiterate fails to understand that his son needs years to obtain a PhD and then become a professor.

My christian duty here is to let the plain naked truth speak for itself, and those who want to hang can do so immediately.

mukete

I have made them actually mad. Just look at them! Look how confused they are! These are people who thought they could transform this forum into a congregation to offer praises to Ni John Fru Ndi. Readers are now seeing their true colours. I have stood up to the test and there is no disputing of this. I have made them made and confused!

Let Klamenceau, Fon Lawrence, Knganjo, Tayong, Akoson, Aaron Nyangkwe and the other Lost But Found Blind Supporters Of Ni John Fru Ndi go on deceiving themselves. Those who doubt the many muketes they are now using have got confirmation from my e-mail address (mukete_l@yahoo.com) that these overnight muketes are fake. Readers will recall that I started using mukete_l@yahoo.com

I have made all of u mad.Dr AA,dont worry
let me describe fru ndi.
After the fall of the Soviet-backed Democratic Republic of Afghanistan in 1992, Afghanistan was thrown into civil war between competing warlords. The Taliban eventually emerged as a force capable of bringing order to the country. The rise of the Taliban helped the economy by eliminating the payments that warlords demanded from business people; it brought political benefits by reducing factional fighting (although the Taliban fought aggressively against their enemies, their relative hegemony reduced the number of factions) and brought relative stability by imposing a set of norms on a chaotic society. The radical ideology of the Taliban would later alienate many observers who initially considered its emergence as a positive development. Taliban legend has it that in the spring of 1994, upon hearing of the abduction and rape of two girls at a Mujahidin checkpoint in the village of Sang Hesar near Kandahar, local Mullah Omar, a veteran of the Harakat-i Inqilab-i Islami faction of the Mujahidin, gathered thirty other Taliban into a fighting force, rescued the girls and hanged the commander of the Mujahideen. After this incident, Taliban legend goes, the services of these pious religious fighters were in much demand from villagers plagued by unruly Mujahidin, and thus the Taliban were born.

Following this incident, Omar fled to the neighboring Balochistan province of Pakistan, from where he emerged in the fall of 1994, reportedly with a well-armed and well-funded militia of 1,500 followers, who would provide protection for a Pakistani trade convoy carrying goods overland to Turkmenistan. However, many reports suggest that the convoy was in fact full of Pakistani fighters posing as Taliban, and that the Taliban had gained considerable arms, military training, and economic aid from the Pakistanis. Some claim that support also came from the U.S., which would have preferred a Pakistan-installed government over the Iranian/Russian-backed Northern Alliance. This scenario would be much more likely if the US had actually recognized the Taliban instead of militating for the world not to recognize them.

After gaining power in and around Kandahar through a combination of military and diplomatic victories, the Taliban attacked, and eventually defeated, the forces of Ismail Khan in the west of the country, capturing Herat from him on September 5, 1995. That winter, the Taliban laid siege to the capital city Kabul, firing rockets into the city and blockading trade routes. In March, the Taliban's opponents, Afghan President Burhanuddin Rabbani and Gulbuddin Hikmatyar ceased fighting one another and formed a new anti-Taliban alliance. But on September 26, 1996, they quit the city of Kabul and retreated north, allowing the Taliban to capture the seat of government and establish the Islamic Emirate of Afghanistan.

On May 20, 1997, brother Generals Abdul Malik Pehlawan and Mohammed Pehlawan mutinied from under Uzbek warlord Rashid Dostum's command and formed an alliance with the Taliban. Three days later, Dostum abandoned much of his army and fled from his base in Mazar-i Sharif into Uzbekistan. On May 25, Taliban forces, along with those of the mutinous generals, entered the undefended Mazar-i Sharif. That same day, Pakistan recognized the Taliban as the government of Afghanistan, followed by recognition from Saudi Arabia the following day. However, on May 27, fierce street battles broke out between the Taliban and Malik's forces. The Taliban, unused to urban warfare, were soundly defeated, with thousands losing their lives either in battle or in mass executions afterward. Nearly fifteen months passed before the Taliban re-captured Mazar-i Sharif on August 8, 1998. During the re-capture the Taliban executed the entire diplomatic corps of the Iranian consulate in Mazar-i-Sharif. This resulted in the mobilisation of the Iranian army and the near outbreak of hostilities between the Taliban and Iran[citation needed].

On August 20, 1998, US President Bill Clinton ordered the United States Navy to fire cruise missiles on four sites in Afghanistan, all near Khost (and one in Sudan), which the U.S. claimed were terrorist training camps. This was known as Operation Infinite Reach. The sites included one run by Osama bin Laden, the leader of Al Qaeda, who had allegedly directed the August 7 bombings of U.S. embassies in East Africa. Three other villages, whose legitimacy as targets was strongly disputed by many sources, were also struck.

At its height, the Emirate was diplomatically recognised by Pakistan, by the United Arab Emirates and by Saudi Arabia. It then controlled all of Afghanistan, apart from small regions in the northeast which were held by the Northern Alliance. Most of the rest of the world, and the United Nations continued to recognize Rabbani as Afghanistan's legal Head of State, although it was generally understood that he had no real influence in the country.

The Taliban received logistical and humanitarian support from Saudi Arabia and Pakistan. An estimated $2 million came each year from Saudi Arabia's major charity, funding two universities and six health clinics and supporting 4,000 orphans. The Saudi King Fahd sent an annual shipment of dates as a gift. The relationship with Iran was considered poor due to the Taliban's strong anti-Shi'ah policy. Relations with the Taliban deteriorated further in 1998 after Taliban forces seized the Iranian consulate in Mazar-e-Sharif and executed Iranian diplomats. Iran went to the brink of war over this. Following the incident, and the military de-escalation Iran stepped up support for the Taliban's rivals, the Northern Alliance.

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Recognition
Neighboring Pakistan recognized the Taliban Government. The extent of and reason for Pakistans support of Taliban has been controversial. Pakistan's interior minister at the time, Naseerullah Babur said in an interview,

The Taliban was a purely indigenous movement. We came in where we rightly assessed that the Taliban were restoring peace in Afghanistan and our chief interest being that there would be no peace in Pakistan unless there was peace in Afghanistan. Our policy was based on purely humanitarian grounds and the cornerstone being the unity and integrity of Afghanistan. We were not interested in individuals but the well being of the Afghan people.[1]

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Culture
In the languages spoken in Afghanistan and Northwestern Pakistan, (Persian and Pushtu), Taliban means those who study the book (referring to the Qur'an). It is derived from the Arabic word for seeker or student, talib. Through certain Pakistani madrasahs, the Taliban may have also been influenced by the Deobandi School of thought which emphasizes piety, austerity, and the family obligations of men. They emerged from the ethnically Pashtun areas of Afghanistan. Many of the Taliban grew up in refugee camps in Pakistan.

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Life under Taliban government
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Islamic law
Once in power, the Taliban instituted a form of Shari'ah (Islamic law). The Taliban's reform of government was in part directed by scholars of Islamic law. Among the laws applied were criminal punishments, administered by a religious police force, including amputation of one or both hands for theft and stoning for adultery.

The Taliban banned all forms of television, imagery, music and sports. In response to this ban the International Olympic Committee suspended Afghanistan from participation in the 2000 Summer Olympics. Wearing white shoes - the color of the Taliban flag - was illegal and men were required to keep their beards at a specified length.

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Opium trade
Although the Taliban reportedly banned opium poppy cultivation in late 1997, opium production in Afghanistan may have increased through the year 2000, accounting for 72% of the world's illicit opium supply, according to U.S. government sources.[citation needed] Most Afghan opium is sold in Europe and not the United States.

On July 27, 2000, the Taliban again issued a decree banning opium poppy cultivation. The announcement of the ban caused prices to rise from $30 per kilogram to $500 per kilogram.[citation needed]

There was comment from the international human rights community on the brutality of the Taliban's anti-drug interdictions, including violent punishment of offenders.

The U.S. State Department noted in 2001 that "Neither the Taliban nor the Northern Alliance has taken any significant action to seize stored opium, precursor chemicals or arrest and prosecute narcotics traffickers. On the contrary, authorities were said to continue to tax the opium poppy crop at about ten percent, and allow it to be sold in open bazaars, traded and transported."

However, the Taliban had succeeded in cutting annual poppy production from a CIA-estimated 4,042 tons per year to only 81.3 tons per year. In 2001 The United States provided $43 million worth of supplies (primarily wheat) to humanitarian relief organizations for distribution to the people of Afghanistan, while continuing to criticise the Taliban's activities. This was widely reported by critics of U. S. policy (such as Robert Scheer) to be a $43 million reward to the Taliban for reducing poppy production. The Taliban subsequently raided the shipments, but no evidence has been offered to indicate that this was the United States' intention.

Poppy production increased with the fall of the Taliban government.[citation needed]

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Women
The Taliban were widely criticized by Western countries for their oppression of women. Women were strictly limited in their ability to work in public places. However, they were allowed to set up their own businesses from their houses; they were also permitted to work in certain medical positions so they could treat female patients. Women could not work if they had a baby, in which case they had to stay home and care for their children. The Taliban believed women should stay home in order that their children did not have to grow up in the care of another, and also believed that work is the duty of the male in the house and to reject this duty was haraam.

The Taliban religion minister, Al-Haj Maulwi Qalamuddin, told the New York Times that "To a country on fire, the world wants to give a match. Why is there such concern about women? Bread costs too much. There is no work. Even boys are not going to school. And yet all I hear about are women. Where was the world when men here were violating any woman they wanted?"

Although the Taliban claimed that the education of girls in rural Afghanistan was increasing, a UNESCO report said that there was "a whopping 65% drop in their enrollment. In schools run by the Directorate of Education, only 1 per cent of the pupils are girls. The percentage of female teachers, too, has slid from 59.2 per cent in 1990 to 13.5 per cent in 1999."

Supporters of the Taliban suggested that the depression and the other problems plaguing Afghani women were the result of dire poverty, years of war, the bad economy, and the fact that many were left war widows, and could no longer provide food for their families without some sort of international aid.

Women were also obliged to wear the burqa when appearing in public, and failure to do so could attract a public beating [2] (video). The Taliban stated that women were obliged to wear the burqa due to Islamic teachings which state that women must cover up her body in front of non-mahram men, and that both men and women should dress modestly.

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Religious Minorities
On June 19, 2001, the Taliban instituted a policy of requiring all Hindus living in their territories to wear distinguishing labels on their clothing to mark them as non-Muslims. The Taliban stated that this was done to keep them from being targeted by religious police enforcing Islamic law, but opponents claimed that this might have the opposite effect. Hundreds marched in Bhopal, India, in a demonstration against this law. [3]

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Hazaras under the Taliban
Minority groups, especially Hazaras, were brutally persecuted and oppressed by the Taliban. More than 15,000[citation needed] Hazaras were killed in central highlands known as Hazarajat, their women were enslaved and later sold to tribal leaders in Pakistan. [4]

Patrolling the streets in pickup trucks, Taliban members, under the General Department for the Preservation of Virtue and Prevention of Vice (Amr-bil Maroof Wa Nahi Anil Munkar), searched houses and destroyed any television sets, radios, cassettes, and photographs and "punished" the owners.

Numerous Taliban leaders are known to have made comments advocating the persecution and, in some cases, genocide of the Hazaras: [5]

"The policy of the Taliban is to exterminate the Hazaras." Maulawi Mohammed Hanif, Taliban Commander announcing their policy to a crowd of 300 people summoned to a mosque (after killing 15,000 Hazaras people in a day).
"Hazaras are not Muslims. You can kill them. It is not a sin." Mullah Manon Niazi, Taliban Governor of Mazar-e Sharif speaking to a crowd in a mosque after the fall of Mazara-e-Sharif city in 1998.
"Tajiks may go to Tajikistan, Uzbeks to Uzbekistan and Hazaras to "Goristan" (Graveyard}. Afghanistan doesn't belong to you." Mullah Manon Niazi, Taliban Governor of Mazar-e Sharif speaking to a crowd in a mosque after the fall of Mazara-e-Sharif city in 1998.
Because international media and press had minimal access to the Taliban-ruled Afghanistan, very little account of human rights violations and massacres under the Taliban really exists. Stories of these events can be heard throughout Afghanistan by eyewitnesses and by the mass graves discovered in Bamiyan, Mazar e Sharif, Dashth e Laili, Yakaolang, Sarobi and many other places.

However two incidents that have come to the public knowledge through the Human Rights Watch are the January 2001 Yakaolang massacre [6] and the May 2000 Robatak Pass massacre [7].

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Buddhas of Bamiyan
Main article: Buddhas of Bamiyan

In March 2001, the Taliban ordered the demolition of two statues of Buddha carved into cliffsides at Bamiyan, one 38 metres tall and about 1800 years old, the other 53 metres tall and about 1500 years old. The act was condemned by UNESCO and many countries around the world.

The intentions of the destruction remain unclear. Mullah Omar initially supported the preservation of Afghanistan's heritage, and Japan offered to pay for the preservation of the statues. However, after a few years, a decree was issued claiming all idols must be destroyed as per Islamic law that prohibits any form of idol worship as shirk (i.e., a sin).

Locals claim that Pakistani and Saudi engineers were onsite as volunteers to help with the statues' destruction, and that Afghanistan's treasures were ferried across the border to be plundered by private collectors. The Pakistani government's ministry of religious affairs issued a statement saying that the destruction of the Buddhas was in accordance with Islamic law. The government of Pakistan (itself host to one of the richest and most antiquated collections of buddhist art) implored the Taliban to spare the statues. Saudi Arabia and United Arab Emirates later denounced the act as savage. Nevertheless, the destruction of these priceless historical monuments made the Taliban look barbarous in the eyes of many in both the West and the East. It is also a point to consider that the seeds of Taliban's own destruction began to bear fruit only within six months after the destructions of the statues.

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Relationship with Osama bin Laden
In 1996, Saudi Islamic dissident Osama bin Laden moved to Afghanistan upon the invitation of the Northern Alliance leader Abdur Rabb ur Rasool Sayyaf. When the Taliban came to power, bin Laden was able to forge an alliance between the Taliban and his Al-Qaeda organization. It is understood that al-Qaeda-trained fighters known as the 055 Brigade were integrated with the Taliban army between 1997 and 2001. The Taliban and bin Laden had very close connections, which were formalized by a marriage of one of bin Laden's sons to Omar's daughter.

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U.S. invasion
Main article: U.S. invasion of Afghanistan
On September 20, 2001, as the U.S. strongly suspected Osama bin Laden and his hosts, the Taliban, were behind the September 11, 2001 attacks, the U.S. made a five point ultimatum to the Taliban: (1) deliver to the US all of the leaders of Al Qaeda; (2) Release all imprisoned foreign nationals; (3) Close immediately every terrorist training camp; (4) Hand over every terrorist and their supporters to appropriate authorities; (5) Give the United States full access to terrorist training camps for inspection [8]. The Taliban rejected this ultimatum on September 21, 2001, stating there was no evidence in their possession linking Bin Laden to the September 11 attacks [9].

On September 22, 2001, the United Arab Emirates and later Saudi Arabia withdrew their recognition of the Taliban as the legal government of Afghanistan, leaving neighboring Pakistan as the only remaining country with diplomatic ties. On October 4, 2001, it is believed that the Taliban covertly offered to turn Bin Laden over to Pakistan for trial in an international tribunal that operated according to Islamic shar'ia law [10]. Pakistan is believed to have rejected the offer. On October 7, 2001, before the onset of military operations, the Taliban made an open offer to try Bin Laden in Afghanistan in an Islamic court[11]. This counteroffer was immediately rejected by the U.S. as insufficient.

Shortly afterward, on October 7, 2001, the United States, aided by the United Kingdom and supported by a coalition of other countries including the NATO alliance, initiated military actions, code named Operation Enduring Freedom, and bombed Taliban and Al Qaeda related camps[12][13]. On October 14 the Taliban openly counteroffered to hand Bin Laden over to a third country for trial, but only if the Taliban were given evidence of Bin Ladens involvement in 9/11[14]. The U.S. rejected this offer as well and continued with military operations.

The stated intent of military operations was to remove the Taliban from power because of the Taliban's refusal to hand over Osama bin Laden for his involvement in the September 11 attacks, and disrupt the use of Afghanistan as a terrorist base of operations[15]. The ground war was mainly fought by the Northern Alliance, the remaining elements of the anti-Taliban forces which the Taliban had routed over the previous years. Mazar-i-Sharif fell to U.S.-Northern Alliance forces on November 9, leading to a cascade of provinces falling with minimal resistance, and many local forces switching loyalties from the Taliban to the Northern Alliance. On the night of November 12, the Taliban retreated south in an orderly fashion from Kabul. On November 15, they released eight Western aid workers after three months in captivity (see Attacks on humanitarian workers).

The UN Security Council, on January 16, 2002, unanimously established an arms embargo and the freezing of identifiable assets belonging to bin Laden, al-Qaeda, and the remaining Taliban.

The Taliban later retreated from Kandahar, and regrouped in the border region between Afghanistan and Pakistan. Most post-invasion Taliban fighters are new recruits, drawn again from that region's madrassahs (madrassah means "school" in Arabic). The more traditional Qur'anic schools are claimed by the U.S. to be the primary source of the new fighters.

Their insurgency, in the form of a Taliban guerrilla war, continues to this day. The Pashtun tribal group, with over 40 million members, has a long history of resistance to occupation forces in the region so the Taliban themselves may comprise only a small part of the insurgency.

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Previous Western links
The Taliban have had negotiations with U.S. and Argentinian petroleum companies. In 1997, a delegation from the Taliban went to Texas for talks about the construction of a gas pipeline from Turkmenistan across Afghanistan to Pakistan. The Taliban spent several days in Sugar Land, Texas, at UNOCAL's company headquarters. In spite of the civil war in Afghanistan at the time, both Unocal and Argentinian Bridas were in competition to construct the pipeline [16]. In 1998, the Taliban were in discussion with UNOCAL in the USA and with Bridas in Argentina in an attempt to agree the building of a gas pipeline across Afghanistan. [17]

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See also
List of Taliban leaders
Politics of Afghanistan
Taliban guerrilla war
Taliban treatment of children
Taliban treatment of women
Golden Needle Sewing School
Revolutionary Association of the Women of Afghanistan
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External links
The Role of U.S., Russia, Saudi Arabia and Pakistan in the Rise of Afghan Fundamentalism
Brother, can you spare a tear for the Taliban by Kaleem Kawaja
Endgame
Taliban's point of view
An obituary of King Fahd. Considers past and current financial supporters of mujahideen and the Taliban including the U.S. government, King Fahd and Osama bin Laden.
Amir Butler: Understanding the reasons for Taliban defiance
Interview with two foreign Taliban fighters. November 22, 2001.
Afghani Roving Ambassador on NPR's Talk of the Nation March 21, 2001, about women's treatment, statue destruction and other "lies"
Afghani Ambassador Speech at USC
Who is responsible for the Taliban
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Further reading
Ridley, Yvonne (2001) In the hands of the Taliban - her extraordinary story ISBN 1861054955
Coll, Steve (2005) Ghost wars: the secret history of the CIA, Afghanistan, and bin Laden ISBN 0143034669
Griffin, Michael. (2003). Reaping the Whirlwind: Afghanistan, Al Q'aida and the Holy War. London: Pluto Press. ISBN 0745319165
Jones, Owen Bennett (2002). Pakistan: Eye of the Storm, 2nd Ed.. New Haven: Yale University Press. ISBN 0300097603. Note pp. 9-11.
Rashid, Ahmed (2000) Taliban: Militant Islam, Oil and Fundamentalism in Central Asia, ISBN 0300089023
Matinuddun, Kamal (1999) Taliban Phenomenon: Afghanistan 1994-1997 ISBN 0195779037
Retrieved from "http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Taliban_Movement"

BenB

** Wona hear: Mbah Ndam's car spotted at scene of Diboulé's murder. E don bad! (Source: Mutations)

** Asonganyi chief organiser

** Ngwasiri addressed convention via recorded video from his hospital bed where he has been since he was attacked with teargas by perpetrators of exclusion, enemies of democracy and freedom of expression.

** SDF NEC members elected in Yaounde convention


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National Financial Secretary: Simon Efokoa
National Treasurer: Odette Ngatom
National Organising Secretary:
Jean Claude Fezeu
Chairman External Relations Commission: Jean Clément Aoue
Chairman Political Affairs Commission: Margaret Nyah
Chairman Economic and Financial Affairs Commission:
Isidor Noumba
Chairman Scientific Commission: Brice Nintcheu
Chairman Legal Affairs Coomission:
Francis Kwa Moutome


In Bamenda (after several walkouts by delegates who disaproved of the way the convention was run):

Chairman: Ni John Fru Ndi
1st vice chair: Pierre Kwemo
2nd vice chair: Joshua Oshi
4th vice chair: Augustina Ndome
5th vice chair: Djoumbi Sango
National Treasurer: Augustin Mbami
Asistant Treasurer: Atekwana Akonji
Financial Secretary: still awaited
National Organising Secretary: still awaited
2nd assistant secretary for Education and Training: Cecilia Manka Songwe
Communication Secretary: Beatrice Anembom Monju
2nd assistant communication secretary: Ofun Mathias

BenB

Read below "Mutations" stories on the two conventions

Fru Ndi to appoint secretary general. Notice there is no secretary general on list above.

Yaoundé : Réunis autour d’un martyr

L’assassinat d’un militant a marqué la convention convoquée dans la capitale.

Jean Baptiste Ketchateng


Etendu au milieu de la route qui longe le mess des officiers, le corps inerte de Grégoire Diboule était l’objet de tous les regards.

Soudainement, plus personne ne semblait préoccupé par la tenue du congrès de Yaoundé. Quand à 10h, sous les cris perçants de son épouse et de sa fille venues identifier le corps de ce militant de la première heure du Sdf, les gendarmes enlèvent la dépouille une question fuse sur toutes les lèvres. Que s’est-il passé ?

Grégoire Nzall Diboule, 49 ans, tabassé, poignardé en plusieurs parties de son corps par un groupe de personnes qui ont pris d’assaut le siège provincial du Sdf dans le Centre, dans la nuit de jeudi à vendredi dernier, est mort autour de 5h du matin, selon des témoignages concordants.

Aussitôt après l’enlèvement du corps, Pascal Zamboue, le président du Comité exécutif provincial du Sdf dans le Centre s’est mis à parcourir les hôpitaux alentour pour rendre visite aux blessés, une dizaine de victimes de l’expédition criminelle de la nuit.

Le tracas causé par les factures de médicaments et de consultation, ne laissait pas de place aux deux questions qui taraudaient militants, curieux et journalistes : qui a commandité l’assassinat de Grégoire Diboule ? Cet événement allait-il empêcher le congrès de se tenir ? En ce moment, rien n’était moins sûr.

Seuls quelques fidèles de Bernard Muna s’employaient à rassurer les militants qui ne savaient où se retrouver après l’interdiction d’occuper le Palais des Congrès, exprimée par un groupe de policiers anti-émeutes postés au lieu initial de la réunion.

Au groupement territorial de gendarmerie de Yaoundé, aux abords du lac municipal, trente personnes interpellées sont interrogées.

D’où viennent-elles ? De Yaoundé, de localités environnantes et du… Nord-Ouest, indique un gendarme. A Olezoa, sur les lieux du crime, l’on n’hésitait pas à pointer du doigt les camarades réunis à Bamenda par John Fru Ndi.

Des noms fusaient. Joseph Mbah-Ndam revient sur toutes les langues. Le véhicule du président du groupe parlementaire aurait été aperçu autour du siège pendant l’attaque nocturne.

On parle également de Simo, un membre du service d’ordre du parti appréhendé par les gendarmes avec des dizaines d’inconnus. Jean Jacques Ohandja, secrétaire à l’organisation du Comité Sdf du Centre témoigne de ce qu’après le début de l’attaque, il a appelé les gendarmes qui sont arrivés trop tard.

Grégoire Diboule, en retournant chez lui, "pour se laver", a alors été rattrapé par les assaillants. Dans une ambiance morose, en fin d’après-midi, Bernard Muna se présente et harangue la foule, le congrès de Yaoundé va commencer. Il est 17h.

Interdit à Nkolnyada (Palais de congres), c’est à Olezoa que le congrès de Yaoundé se tiendra donc. Le millier de délégués qui sont réunis là, selon les organisateurs, "travailleront toute la nuit".

Mais avant, un service de restauration s’est ouvert. On voit passer Tazoacha Asonganyi, SG exclu du parti par le camp de Bamenda. Chrétien Tabetsing, premier challenger de Fru Ndi à la tête du Sdf entretient la presse. La nuit est tombée. L’écran géant déroulé dans la cour projette les images de Mme Diboule pleurant à chaudes larmes, ce matin.

Peu après, Clement Ngwasiri, le président de la cellule des conseillers, l’organe du Sdf qui avait placé ce congrès sous ses auspices, va s’adresser aux militants par le moyen d’un discours enregistré sur une vidéo.

M. Ngwasiri, hospitalisé à Douala à la suite d’une agression qu’il a subie à Bamenda, n’a pas pu se rétablir pour assister au "congrès de la Renaissance" qui a commencé. Dans le pré. Le lendemain, Bernard Muna en sortira président du Sdf.


Bamenda : Fru Ndi, sans surprise

Unique candidat en lice, le chairman sortant du Sdf se succède à lui-même.

Michel Ferdinand


John Fru Ndi, président national sortant du Social Democratic Font (Sdf), a été reconduit à son poste, au terme d’un congrès dudit parti, qui a eu lieu du 26 au 28 mai dernier au palis des Congrès de Bamenda.

Les résultats frisent un plébiscite: 1475 voix en faveur de Fru Ndi; contre 22 bulletins nuls, répartis dans les provinces de l’Ouest (5), le Littoral (5), le Sud (3), le Nord (1), l’Extrême-Nord (1) et le Sud-Ouest (7). Sur les 1793 électeurs attendus, 1497 ont valablement exprimé leurs suffrages.

Un verdict qui réconforte les fidèles de John Fru Ndi, au moment où les militants du parti né le 26 mai 1990, étaient partagés, ces derniers temps, entre deux conventions, l’une programmée à Bamenda, et l’autre à Yaoundé:

"Nous tenons le bon bout", a indiqué, débordant de joie, le président provincial du Sdf dans le Nord-Ouest, Bernard Tabali.

Mais, pour y parvenir, John Fru Ndi a dû convaincre l’assemblée, pour obtenir d’elle des modifications des statuts qui régissaient jusqu’alors le fonctionnement du parti :

"C’est important pour nous d’avoir des textes qui nous permettent de travailler plus sereinement, sans blocages", a soutenu le président réélu du Sdf.

Certains de ses collaborateurs sont venus à sa rescousse, pour expliquer le bien fondé des amendements, dit-on, concoctés par Lucas Tendah, Joseph Mbah Ndam, Emmanuel Yoyo, ces deux derniers étant les initiataires d’une motion daté du 10 juillet 2005 et allant dans le sens du renforcement des pouvoirs du chairman :

" Nous voulons rectifier des erreurs orthographiques et matérielles contenues dans l’ancien texte", ajoute Joseph Lavoisier Tsapy, rapporteur de la commission qui a examiné les dernières réformes.

Les congressistes, par acclamation, donnent leur onction, au bout d’une heure d’explication.

On en retient que, désormais, les fondateurs du parti sont membres de la cellule des conseillers, le président du Sdf prend part aux délibérations de la cellule des conseillers et jouit d’un droit de vote. Le secrétaire général du parti est membre de la même cellule.

Tout comme on adopte la proposition selon laquelle, il n’y a que le congrès pour dissoudre le Comité exécutif national (Nec) du Sdf.

Les innovations ne s’arrêtent pas là. Dorénavant, le Sdf est doté d’un "gouvernement de l’ombre", prêt à gérer le pays. Il est composé de dix-huit membres, nommés par le Chairman.

Il revient à ce dernier de nommer le Sg, le Sga et certains membres du Nec : " Ils doivent être responsables devant le chef de l’exécutif ", précise l’article 13, alinéa 5 (b), nouveau. L’article 10, alinéa 7, tout aussi nouveau, crée des comités exécutifs dans des provinces extérieures, à l’étranger. Le projet d’amendement est adopté. On est dans la nuit du 27 au 28 mai 2006.

A 4h55, John Fru Ndi, jusque-là président de séance, cède sa place en désignant Chantal Kambiwa pour assurer la présidence du bureau des élections.

Des questions préalables sont soulevées. Célestin Djamen veut qu’on valide sa candidature contre Fru Ndi. Chantal Kambiwa lui répond en disant que le bureau dont elle assure la présidence n’est pas compétent. Peu après, elle change de langage :

" Il faut nous excuser, a-t-elle affirmé, nous essayons de régler quelques problèmes de candidature ". Dans l’assemblée, on pense que la candidature de célestin Djamen sera admise. Dix minutes plus tard, Chantal Kambiwa n’en parle plus. Puisqu’elle invite Fru Ndi à battre campagne " C’est le seul candidat ", mentionne-t-elle.

Célestin Djamen quitte la salle en compagnie des militants Sdf de la province France : " Il s’est passé que je suis victime d’une machination entre mon président de cellule à Paris et le secrétariat général du Sdf au Cameroun.

J’ai déposé une candidature ne bonne et due forme, et comme par miracle ma candidature n’est jamais parvenue au Cameroun. Au-delà de tout, je reste militant du Sdf ", indique célestin Djamen.

Son dossier est tout aussi brûlant que celui de Jean Takougang, qui convoitait le poste de secrétaire national à la Communication du Sdf, rétrogradé, finalement, dans celui d’adjoint dans la même cellule. Jean Takougang a quand même battu campagne, avant de désister : " Je préfère jouer le même rôle qu’avant ", a-t-il dit.

Les premières délégations arrivées au dernier congrès du Sdf, devaient emprunter le chemin retour, tard, dans la nuit d’hier. Tout en se réjouissant du fait que Fru Ndi reste encore Chairman.

Ndi O N

Vally;
Did u read the comment one guy made with respect to a new born baby and a mid wife. This was some few days back though i cant remember the name. Do u think midwives should be honoured for assisting a delivery?
Remember sdf is the people,s party and not the founding father,s.
You know the truth but your problem is just Fru Ndi and nothing else.I think u will not run away from church because of a pastor.Like Akoson said earlier, "man" where is ur concience? Do u actually forgive those who sin against u as the scripture says? If we cant do that, then we are chasing the wind. I also hope ur mind is clear when you still make the comment that Fru Ndi,s hand is in the guy who died in Yaounde. As u go ahead pointing fingers at someone, know clearly that God,s fingers are behind you. My dear brother if you belief from within you that what u guys are doing there in Yde is with a clear concience, and that verily and verily,you've got the Cameroonian people at heart, then i will conclude by saying, "may the good Lord who gives perfectly be ur helper".

mukete

Congratulations to Ni John Fru Ndi and Bamenda convention.Whois surprise?

Fon  Lawrence

Vally,
In your respond to Charles Forkwa,you continue to expose your emptiness; When two persons share a house and one of them is not satisfied the way things are moving in the house,he does not force the other person to leave the house.What the disgruntled person should do is to abadon the house and look for a different one.

Watesih

Mbu.B
I must have inadvertently sidestepped your first question.Let`s carry on.I finally went back and got the question,so that we can discuss with all the facts.To answer that question,i will say the Legislative and executive posts all have to do with nation building,but there`s a lot of subjectivity when it comes to how they have to go about this nation building.When i make allusions to any foreign intervention,i do not mean that in foreign democracies ministers are not handpicked.I mean that you should know that the political structure in Cameroon is not the same as that of these foreign democracies,because it centers around subjugation .All this is done to please a particular country, France. Yes ministers are also handpicked in these advanced democracies,but they defend the policies of their various political parties with zeal.It has never been like this in Cameroon.The political programmes our ministers concoct with their party leaders have always been basically useless.This is because in Cameroon,the one party mentality prevails and people are still looking up to the President to dictate events.Mbu B we are talking about events in Cameroon,not events in an imaginary world.
Sir,i said 'even' if you are a firebrand Minister,you will not impose your personality on the president.There`s nothing in Cameroon like a minister drawing up his projects.Biya has been there for 24 years ,how many successful programmes have ministers drawn up? I will make it clear to you again,that we have been static because Biya gets orders from France and his ministers get orders from him.So don`t live in a dream world telling us a minister will draw up his own projects.Draw up projects in a vacuum?
Mbu.B ,you seem to be dealing with suppositions,that is why you keep using Ministers who will do this,Ministers who will do that.You are a Cameroonian,tell people that these ministers did this or that.How can you be living in a world that is not yours?I know as you do, that a minister will do this or that,but that has not been happening.That`s why Cameroon cannot boast of a single sports complex whereas we have won so many trophies in the past.We have got all types of fanciful .
ministers who keep procrastinating when Cameras are there,but immediately after, they swindle all the money.
Sir,there`s nothing in Cameroon like 'if' you are that minister who goes for development before politicking.The budget provisions of each ministry are drawn up,and the ministers have to wait for the physical cash to come,depending on whether they listen to their master or not.All ministers who pretend to be hard at work are always shown the door after few months.This is because accountability is a strange phenomenon to our system.And when the President shows you the door,your party leader who handpicked cannot even reason aloud.
Talking about a broadbase government in Cameroon is a laughable publicity.These types of governments are normally meant to bring in divergent views on how to tackle issues,but this has never been the case.The Cameroon type of broad base government has always ended up in the majoritaire presidentielle,to forestall any attempts to take power from them.The international Community can bark in the media,but they will never come to the field to force the hand of any president.
Of course i have a quarrel with the obvious.Going to parliament as a minority doesn`t imply you will never propose good bills and push hard for them to go through.It is a problem of consensus,but when you have a monster like the majoritaire parlementaire in Cameroon,where even the other opposition political parties who would have stood along with each other in a fight strangly start cosying up to the ruling party,then don`t expect anything good.In Cameroon,the majoritaire parlementaire is out to dwarf all the moves ,and developmental projects proposed by the opposition,because the cpdm and its bootlickers are not out for development.
My dear,you make a big error there.People enter the government to quarrel about the SDF,CDU,MDP.Their quarrel is not a pyhsical quarrel ,but a querrel through projects that their parties drew up
and which they want to see implemented.It is a quarrel because in the council of ministers,when a minister gets up,he should push through the agenda of his party with determination.He makes sure that the good ideas his party has for the nation are debated and accepted by the cabinet.
Rating the SDf in parliament,i will say they have been doing a good job.They brought Mounchipou to book,they brought Fon Doh to book,they are fighting hard for an independent electoral committee.But by and by their actions have been dwarfed by this issue of majoritaire parlementaire,which doesn`t stand against projects because it wants them to be ameliorated ,but because it doesn`t even want any innovations.The spirit in the cabinet is worst ,because they is no debate.It gets even pathetic because Biya hardly calls any cabinet meetings,because he deliberately doesn`t want government action to be discussed.So this will be another tactic to outplay the SDF cabinet ministers.He will stay away for long,and the day he comes,he already has an agenda,and there`s always time constraints during cabinet meetings.They cannot give all the time to SDf cabinet members to argue with the president,something their Cpdm counterparts will dare not.
Going to parliament was worth the take,because Deputies go back to the grassroots and animate and also get the people`s feedback.If Mbah Ndam and the others did not keep up the pressure in the Mounchipou and Fon Doh cases there wouldn`t have been any headway.This is because there was at least a place where people could argue,but sir,you can`t argue this way with the almighty Biya during cabinet meetings.How many of these cabinet meetings does he convene.We at least know the National Assembly will convene 3 times a year.Finally ,this type of discussion is made very difficult,if we continue using "if" to procrastinate about things that are not palpable.I don`t want to live in a world that is not of my making.

Watesih

These type of governments.....

BenB

Ommission:

** Asonganyi, chief organiser of Yaounde convention

Commando

Only demons will accept Muna as a chairperson of a party. Let him try his popularity first in Metta where I come from and get it for real that the people hate him more than Biya.
Fucking beast.

Donna,from Dubai

WONDERS WONDERS WONDERS.

May his soul rest in peace.

We know there has been witch craft in the SDF,we know there is tribalism,selfishness,power hunger,slandery,etc, but to openly manifest man slaughter in this manner as one has read above calls for mourning.Its a revelation of what many people have always talked about the SDF,its now in broad day light.What do they have to tell us again????

Its easy to ague against witcraft,tribalism,but how can any one hide man slaughter?There is imperical evidence,showing all over the place,every one smells the power of blood from a long distance.If you search you mind for a second,you can sense that this tragedy is a carefully well organised plan.Now we are in the Shakespear ara again,this time another version from the SDF.

(Yaounde convention,hahaha,ok let it hold)
`we shall see,said FN and Mbah Ndam`, and now we have seen.
I have read how some people disagree with any alligations suggesting that NFN is invloved.One thing is clear, a man has died,he died because there was a convention,it was an SDF convention.He died because of the SDF,so its so hard not to link this diabolic act to the SDF leaders.There are lots of connecting circumstances,but since some people still will dispute this,lets see what will happen soon.The SDF has now proven what we will have if they are given power.Its better to go hungry,poor and be alive,than to have killers at the helm of a nation.People that do not mind the power thats in human blood.Its now evident,thank God that NJ will never ever taste power.I am still waiting to hear what he has to say,and i hope he should resign immidiately if he really loves the SDF.Its a terrible shame for our entire nation and oposition.The SDF ought to be neutralised right away as it is evident that more people risk meeting their ends, i hope that the government and the international community are all thinking hard towards this.
God,please kindly keep the berieved family strong.

mukete


ReSIGNATION FROM SDF_NGWASIRI FACTION

Am resigning from the Ngwasiri faction of the SDF because Ben Muna was voted chairman.I hate this anti-Endeley man.
I will remain with tye mainstream Ni John.
Hope DR AA and other wise people in this forum emulate me.
signed
MUKETE

momo

heeeeeeeeeeeeeeey our conventionnnnnnnnnnnnnn
this is the true momo.
the truth has finally prevail.we have the true sdf.do know what guys one of mbah ndams car was found where our brother was killed.we got them.GOD is great.thanks be to him.our beloved new chairman ni ben with powerful men will run the true sdf,with professor Asonganyi as national advicer.who said our convention was not going to hold?where are the blind secretaries of fru ndi who have done everything to fool us but fail.i was there we did it in the name of GOD and for cameroonians.the three northern provinces turn out an mass,together with delegates from bamenda.i was confused and could not believe that cameroonians are clever than before.people sacrificed,risk and even wanted to be called martyres of the true sdf.thank GOD they are put to shame.i means the foolish akoson who lies that he is in london.even ma grand ma in the village is better than him.you know what may be this coward akoson was at the scene of this murder.how can he say no if he can not sympathise with a death one.
london my ass.i hope i can leave cameroon now knowing that i have done something for future cameroonians.
MUKETE AND BENB KEEP ON TEACHING THEM FOR FREE.

momo

heeeeeeeeeeeeeeey our conventionnnnnnnnnnnnnn
this is the true momo.
the truth has finally prevail.we have the true sdf.do know what guys one of mbah ndams car was found where our brother was killed.we got them.GOD is great.thanks be to him.our beloved new chairman ni ben with powerful men will run the true sdf,with professor Asonganyi as national advicer.who said our convention was not going to hold?where are the blind secretaries of fru ndi who have done everything to fool us but fail.i was there we did it in the name of GOD and for cameroonians.the three northern provinces turn out an mass,together with delegates from bamenda.i was confused and could not believe that cameroonians are clever than before.people sacrificed,risk and even wanted to be called martyres of the true sdf.thank GOD they are put to shame.i means the foolish akoson who lies that he is in london.even ma grand ma in the village is better than him.you know what may be this coward akoson was at the scene of this murder.how can he say no if he can not sympathise with a death one.
london my ass.i hope i can leave cameroon now knowing that i have done something for future cameroonians.
MUKETE AND BENB KEEP ON TEACHING THEM FOR FREE.

mukete

Momo,am sorry,but count me out.I resigned from the Ngwasiri faction because Ben muna was voted chairman.
He is a rotten egg. No good.
Am with the Bamenda convention faction.I will oppose from that end.

momo

devil.stop using mukete's name.you people are now so frustrated and are using people's name.fools that only show the sdf you people belong.the ntarikon sdf.you can use our nemes but will never change our stands.
the true momo

mukete

Am the real Mukete.take note.
U fool-momo.are u a division or somebody? Idiot!

Bangwaman

THE POSTNEWSLINE..THE POSTNEWSLINE...THE POSTNEWSLINE.
I,M REALLY WAITING ON YOU GUYS TO GRANT FRU NDI THE SAME INTERVIEW YOU HAD WITH NGWASSIRI SOMETIMES AGO.I REALLY WANT TO KNOW IF YOU GUYS CAN STILL BE TACTFUL AND INTELLIGENT TO ASK FRU NDI SOME OF THE QUESTIONS YOU PUT TO NGWASSIRI.TIME IS RUNNING OUT.PLEASE BREAK THE SILENCE.
IF NOT I,LL CONCLUDE THAT YOU GUYS ARE FRU NDI,S SUPPORTERS ,AND THAT YOU SHOULD RESIGN FROM YOUR DUTY AS JOURNALIST,IF AT ALL YOU ARE ONE.
AFTER THE TWIN CONFERENCES IN YAOUNDE AND BAMENDA RESPECTIVELY,IT,S BUT NORMAL THAT THEPOSTNEWSLINE.COM GRANT INTERVIEWS TO FRU AND MUNA,WITHOUT BEING SO BLIND WHEN TALKING TO FRU.
WISH YOU THE BEST.

Tamajong N

Modern day politics does not call for sqabble and enemity but an opportunity for people to express their opinions.Wrongs committed by selfish political leaders must be addressed by the principle guarding the party; thus, SDF is unique because of such policy. A person must not be educated to know that his citizens need water, employment, freedom, and true democracy to name this few.
Those trying to distabilise SDF because of selfish economic reasons should think about may 26 1990 those who had to go beyond for the safety and well being of the party. A word to a wise is sufficient.

Ebah  Stanley Enongene

I want to believe two wrongs do not make a right,I Paul is to be termed a tyrant then John too is a tyrant in another sphere.One political scientist says "power corrupts and absolute power corrupts absolutely" if John thinks democracy implies giving up popwer then he should show that as well to be a GOOD EXAMPLE TO THE NATION.Without which I believe then that he too has a hidden agender of being the tyrant his fellow brother is.

Tonyman

Did Frun Ndi order the attack or it's the usual behaviour by party zealots? It will be good to invite fru Ndi and Muna for interviews.

Klemenceau

Klemenceau is back. Who said what here in my absence?
I have just one advice to those who want to die because Fru Ndi is still alive and leading the SDF. I am addressing in particular the veteran fiction and creative writers as well as praise singers in this forum. You guys should continue with your hopeless job. I pity you guys so much because there is nothing else you can do. You are so shameless to come out with names to show how successful your Yaoundé Convention was. A convention organized in the air. I am not surprised that you pasted a list showing how the Yaoundé Convention elected people to various posts of responsibilities but the Bamenda Convention lacked people to take some positions. What an irony!!!!
You guys should keep on pasting the names "Klamenceau, Fon Lawrence, Watesih, Akoson, Aaaron Nyangkwe, Knganjo". I hope you won't get tired. Cry and even take a gong around to announce that Fru Ndi is a killer. That won't change you from what you have made yourselves to be in this forum. Fru Ndi is and will continue to be who he is. No amount of blackmailing will change him.
People with blood in their hands will always be blood thirsty.
It is normal for you to promote witch hunting and hatred here because you are just doing the work of your master the devil. Your soul will never know peace for true if you give up the fight here because the devil will never have pity on you.
Shalom
Klemenceau.

massamoyo

Mukete, Agbormbai, Momo and others,

If you could link what Ngwasiri is doing in Yaounde against Fru Ndi, it is equalled to what the Zulu leader was doing to Nelson Mandela in South Africa where both were blacks but agreeing to disagree. Im sure if you people were in S. Africa you would have been supporting the Zulu leader.

They were killings also within the ANC but no body accused Mandela.

The Zulu leader was an 'Epesse' to the British and maybe Americans to derailed the fight against apatheid same as Ngwasiri can be the SDF Epesse to whoever.

At the end who prevailed? Mandela ofcourse.

So at the end in Cameroon who do you think will prevail?

Over!!!!

massamoyo

Mukete, Agbormbai, Momo and others,

If you could link what Ngwasiri is doing in Yaounde against Fru Ndi, it is equalled to what the Zulu leader was doing to Nelson Mandela in South Africa where both were blacks but agreeing to disagree. Im sure if you people were in S. Africa you would have been supporting the Zulu leader.

They were killings also within the ANC but no body accused Mandela.

The Zulu leader was an 'Epesse' to the British and maybe Americans to derailed the fight against apatheid same as Ngwasiri can be the SDF Epesse to whoever.

At the end who prevailed? Mandela ofcourse.

So at the end in Cameroon who do you think will prevail?

Over!!!!

mukete

i think Fru ndi will prevail

massamoyo

Mukete, Agbormbai, Momo and others,

If you could link what Ngwasiri is doing in Yaounde against Fru Ndi, it is equalled to what the Zulu leader was doing to Nelson Mandela in South Africa where both were blacks but agreeing to disagree. Im sure if you people were in S. Africa you would have been supporting the Zulu leader.

They were killings also within the ANC but no body accused Mandela.

The Zulu leader was an 'Epesse' to the British and maybe Americans to derailed the fight against apatheid same as Ngwasiri can be the SDF Epesse to whoever.

At the end who prevailed? Mandela ofcourse.

So at the end in Cameroon who do you think will prevail?

Over!!!!

massamoyo

Mukete, Agbormbai, Momo and others,

If you could link what Ngwasiri is doing in Yaounde against Fru Ndi, it is equalled to what the Zulu leader was doing to Nelson Mandela in South Africa where both were blacks but agreeing to disagree. Im sure if you people were in S. Africa you would have been supporting the Zulu leader.

They were killings also within the ANC but no body accused Mandela.

The Zulu leader was an 'Epesse' to the British and maybe Americans to derailed the fight against apatheid same as Ngwasiri can be the SDF Epesse to whoever.

At the end who prevailed? Mandela ofcourse.

So at the end in Cameroon who do you think will prevail?

Over!!!!

Christopher Ngosong

Politics in Cameroon is becoming more and more complex especially as innocent citizens are being killed in such a brutal manner. That only goes to expose the SDF leardership and its capabilities. Nevertheless, the SDF leadership should not forget the fact that the strenght of SDF lies in the blood of innocent Cameroonian that spilled over streets during its early days. Therefore, spilling over blood today in the Ngwaziri camp could go a long way to also strengthen the new faction of the SDF that is about to be born. Watch out for your shadows !!!

TEK

Hello fellow Cameroonians, I salut you all. I am a Cameroonian and will die a Cameroonian. There something fishery in the SDF that concerns some members. You will agree with me that all of us need change in this our lovely nation. The SDF, which is main frontline opposition party in this country had already put a platform of reformations that will take plce in the country when it comes to power and you people all know about these. That is bringing the country to a Federated state that will give equal opportunity to all cameroonians to prosper for the well being of the nation. With this main objective, the SDF could not come to power because of all the tactics the govenment was using to rig the elections.
I want you people to read and reason very carefully.
Now that a way has been open for free and fair elections in cameroon through the subsequent creation of an independent electoral commision, presured by opposition, and which will obviously guarantee the winning of the opposition party (SDF), the only solution left for the govenment is to seperate the SDF and make it to lose popularity. Let me tell you guys the truth, there are guys from the gov. who are the brains behind this SDF affair.
I want to pray to the almighty GOD to look for a way of bringing the SDF leaders into understaning and put their hands together to change this country as they want to for the good of all cameroonians.
This is not the time for us to destroy our party when there is evidence that tommorrow, cameroon will be change by the SDF.
PATIENCE IS STRAINOUS, BUT IT PAYS IN TH LONG WHILE.

mukete

Never - I repeat Never- will I praise the dictator Ni John Fru Ndi or the sham he organized in Bamenda under the name of a convention, with the highest attending personality been the Secretary General of the CPDM.

The fact that people are trying to use the name of Dr. Agbormbai and my own name is prove that we are writing sense in this forum and that we are doing everything not to allow people like Klamenceau, Knganjo, Watesih, Aaaron Nyangkwe, Akoson, Fon Lawrence, etc. hijack this forum with undeserved praises for people who throw blood to maintain power. Why have we not see people using the names of Klamenceau, Knganjo, Watesih, Aaaron Nyangkwe, Akoson, Fon Lawrence? Why try to distort the ideas and facts from Dr. Agbormbai and mukete? Who is afraid of losing? Who has something to hide?"?


We can now see these blind supporters of Ni John Fru Ndi, and especially the water-mouth Watesih happily discussing issues on Muna with Vally. This is what these nitwits want, and they will do everything to shift discussion away from this Ntarikon Taliban leader - Ni John Fru Ndi. They will only recoil from shame to talk about this misfit and "chop wipe mouth" only when some of us do not write.

The way events have been unfolding in this forum shows that I have been bringing light to this forum. Readers must have realized that the exaggerated and fake use of the name mukete started when I ASKED VERY PERTINENT QUESTIONS ON THE DEATH OF Mr. MAKOGE IN THE COMPOUND OF NI JOHN FRU NDI. This was the last straw that broke the camel's back. Why have Klamenceau, Watesih (Achu stomach), Fon Lawrence, Aaron Nyangkwe, Akoson, Knganjo not yet commented on my analysis on the arranged Murder of Mr. Makoge right inside the house of Ni John Fru Ndi"? ALSO, THESE BLIND SUPPORTERS OF NI JOHN FRU NDI ACTUALLY SENSED DANGER WHEN I ELABORATED ON NI JOHN FRU NDI's PRIMITIVE METHOD OF ALWAYS SHIFTING RESPONSIBILITY OF HIS ACTIONS TO SIMPLE SDF MILITANTS. THEY COULD NOT HOLD THEIR WORTHLESS BREATH WHEN I EXPOSE THE FACT THAT NI JOHN FRU NDI IS USING BAMENDA/MENDAKWE/MANKON/NkWEN youths and old women while his are living peacefully in his Baba 2 village. This has since thought someone like Klamenceay a lesson and the man is now reflecting.

Worst of all, Klamenceau, Fon Lawrence, Watesih (water mouth),Knganjo and others are worried by the fact that I am investigating the original Memo they had sent to Ni John Fru Ndi's NEC and the instructions they had given in this Memo. I now challenge them to publish the cover letter that accompanied that Memo to Bamenda. Why do they publish only sections of the Memo without publishing the cover letter. Could such a Memo had gone without a cover letter? I will obtain a copy of that cover letter.

So long as Ni John Fru Ndi remains unrepentant, I will continue to expose his ugly sides. So long as this butcher of democracy does not ban his Ntarikon Taliban Militia, I will keep specializing on his vices. So long as this illiterate of the first order does not want to learn, we will put sense into his Bookshop brain. So long as this girl friend of Paul Biya does not stop intimidating able Cameroonians, I will chase him right into his ritual palace in Ntarikon. And if every one should surrender this divine duty, readers should rest assured that I have come here to stay. I wouldn't allow the idea of always taking Cameroonians hostage to continue.

They have used muketes before only to surrender. They should recall what a reader once said in this forum: If they cut off mukete's hands, he will write with his legs.

I have a divine duty here, and if selfish people feel slighted by the truth and light we bring here, then sorry, I have no regrets for writing. Instead, I will write more. Let them tell their Taliban Leader in Ntarikon to send his Taliban Militia from Ntarikon to tract me and kill me. Let them do this fast rather than using primitive methods here to divert readers from what we write.

Man pass man! Man no run!

Mukete
(Investigating from under the Bed of Ntarikon Taliban Leader, Ni John Fru Ndi)

Aaron Nyangkwe

Did some one get that one from TEK?

BenB

Hear me dis journalism professor. Aaron Nyangkwe (PhD in Journalism).

When your fans abroad were starving of news on what's happening in Yaounde and Bamenda over the weekend, you, the real journalist, didn't bring them news.

When your fans were here biting their fingers over reports that didn't favour their idols, hoping they were false reports and that you'll point out the bad journalism in those reports, you, professor of good journalism, didn't say a word.

You were surely hiding somewhere in shame or weeping your eyes out.

You didn't point out the falsehood in Peterkins Manyong's report that Djamen was denied a chance to challenge Ni John.

Or had you given Peterkins and The Post a course in good journalism just before the conventions? Can we now take everything they report as good journalism from Aaron?

We thought you'd tell your fans that The Post lied that there would finally be a convention in Yaounde. Or that Elisabeth Tamajong was invested in Yaounde for assistant SG but counter-invested in Bamenda for SG (to block Kale)?

Or that Ngwasiri was hospitalised from the effects of teargas from vandal vanguards propped by Mbah Ndam-Fru Ndi.

You nova shame, Pa Aaron?

mukete

BenB,

Do not waste your time throwing a golden ring to this pig nicknamed Aaron Nyangkwe.

Don't you remember that this fake journalist of Aaron Nyangkwe is an item eleven Journalist? Aaron was busy using his long tongue to clean the dishes in Bamenda. This is a fake Journalist who after failing to join CRTV is trying to join the SDF communication Department out of frustration. The soles of his shoes are not on the same levels because of too much up and down movement on foot, in his brown monkey coat. If one has to go to journalism school just to end up the the item eleven and filty Journalist he is, then we better practice the street Journalism we do so well. This is a Baboon who can not measure some of us in presenting facts. Instead of personally handing his cv to their Ntarikon Taliban Leader, Ni John Fru Ndi, the uninformed and long throat Journalist Aaron Nyangkwe is coming here to claim unnecessary importance. Langer throat will not lead him anywhere. If he dares open his inelastic mouth here again, I will tell this forum of his most recent activities in Bamenda. He must have realized that even the weak mind, Klamenceau, is now afraid to use my name in his write ups. These are all people who are not different from sheep goat in the way they reason. Now that we have actually known the real names of these destroyers, we will make sure history judges them. They were using fake names to offer sermons on their lord, until we pushed them into chronic madness. They are now practicing what Francophones called "Mouvement de va et viens". They are vomiting bile and swallowing it again! Defeated people!

Look BenB, we just have to save our the common man from the hands of vampires. We have no other alternatives than to go on doing this. We have to chase them back into their Taliban Head quarter in Ntarikon. These are goats who thought they could play on the intelligence of readers. They are now not believing what they are seeing here.

... but do you know what, these shit no clean lasses still have dry pepper to sneeze into their air-tight noses. We shall give them!

Mukete

BenB

Aaron,

Now you've pop in with "Did some one get that one from TEK?"

What did TEK say? That with the independent electoral commission around the corner the Biya regime is looking for ways top divide the SDF, right?

Do you think Biya needs to divide the SDF? To do what with only a piece when he had bought it whole? Mbah Ndam, the salesman, had brokered and fooled my darling Ni John to sell the party to Biya on the black market.

When we launched an appeal on this forum for efforts to be geared towards whipping our warring leaders to bury the hatchet for the sake of the party, you praise-singers here, said Ni john is more important than the party.

You said as long as Ni john can fling his arm, punch the air and a million people respond, the party and its values and ideals can go to hell.

I think now Ni John and Mbah Ndam can go to hell because true militants of the SDF are hell bent on reorienting their party on the road to social democracy.

Now, what you call dividing the SDF is a determined effort by those who still stand for the original ideals and values of the SDF of 26th May 1990 to restore the party's lost sense of direction. If you call that dividing the party, so be it.

Those who've refused to be eaten for dinner by Biya (cooked and served by Mbah Ndam) are beginning a redefining process which will be seen by some of us as dividing the party. Just watch what comes out of it. God loves the SDF.

There had been an effort to fix this thing on the table, but that effort was foiled by those who knew they owed a lot to Biya. They knew they would lose their dirty pay money from Biya if they allowed a revival of social democracy in the party.

Like someone often says here, now they won't have the cool to enjoy that dirty money from Biya. Di money go bitter for dem hand.

Biya can go away with a few misguided Mbah Ndam-Fru Ndi diehards, but thank God the hour of reckoning has come and though the road may be long, though the storms may rough, the revival process is on and the SDF shall be strong and versatile again.

As you know so well, when the going gets tough, then the SDF gets going. You just saw it in Yaounde.

BenF

Namondo Elangwe

My goodness. What a bunch of idiots! The English you guys post is deplorable. This is a D- type of English. Did all of you study English in whatever schools you attended? My, my, my! Mukete, Fon Lawrence, Massamoyo,Donna,from Dubai and many others, please do us a huge favor by not posting. Your English is deplorable. My 9 year-old daughter writes and speaks much better English than all of you idiots. You are a disgrace and the Post should be screening these so-called post, and deleting those that are written in Pidgin English. A lot of you people need to go back to school and re-learn the English language!

BenB

Over the blood of Diboule, true SDF militants have taken a resolve to revive their party. They say: "If we relent, Diboule's spirit won't rest."

And if you need to know, many delegates from Bamenda have already begun crossing over, saying they only went to Bamenda for two reasons:

1.) Because they doubted Yaounde would hold after the threats of violence from Mbah Ndam and Ni John;

2.) Because they feared the repurcussions (8.2) from dictators Mbah Ndam and Ni joh if they didn't show up in Bamenda.

Now they have an umbrella to shield them. Among them are SDF MPs who even financed the Yaounde convention but begged not to attend for fear Mbah Ndam would finish with them. Now they can come out of their shell.

And since you know the immunity of another MP (read my lips) will be lifted soon to face trial for assassination like Fon Doh, then you can understand what the picture would look like in parliament.

Ngwasiri-Muna will then appoint a new parliamentary group leader from among the MPs who have abandoned the Mbah Ndam-Fru Ndi charade.

Furthermore, just imagine, all those who had fallen out with Mbah Ndam and Ni John - SDF bigwigs and grassroots militants; much more than the massive turn out at the Yaounde convention - are now rallying behind Muna-Ngwasiri to go down the road to the mid-1990s when the party began to derail, heal the wounds and reconstruct.

Do we need to mention names here? You know the people both at home and abroad. Ideas are coming back because the party is once again all embracing not exclusionist. Human resources are remobilising and finacial support is coming. Do you remember Mal Forbi? Find out whonm he is backing in this thing.

If you doubt these, ask journalist Aaron to give you the authentic version.

BenF

massamoyo

Namondo Elangwe,

Dear look I am not here for english but to express myself.

Whenever i write, I have no time to proof read before posting. At times one thinks he's pressed a key which he hasnt.
I remember to have wanted to type goes)but typed gos). It doesnt mean I can spell but the fact that I have no time to proof read and make spell check before posting.

So Mr English teacher this is not an English classroom. Go and be teaching your kid.

An Idiot like you dont you know that pigin is a language on its own and the Post has no restriction on language here.

What is important is for the majority to understand what one wants to say.

I can even write in Nkambe language or Banso if I realise many in here can understand.

Stupid fool like you.

POINT OF CORRECTION MR ELANGWE ENGLISH

YOU WROTE "DO US A HUGE FAVOR...." IS WRONG (DO US A BIG FAVOUR MR ENGLISH)

Teribobs

Namondo,
You can spare Fon Lawrence. His working language is Deutsch.
FON, OVER TO YOU

massamoyo

Namondo Elangwe,

Dear look I am not here for english but to express myself.

Whenever i write, I have no time to proof read before posting. At times one thinks he's pressed a key which he hasnt.
I remember to have wanted to type goes)but typed gos). It doesnt mean I can spell but the fact that I have no time to proof read and make spell check before posting.

So Mr English teacher this is not an English classroom. Go and be teaching your kid.

An Idiot like you dont you know that pigin is a language on its own and the Post has no restriction on language here.

What is important is for the majority to understand what one wants to say.

I can even write in Nkambe language or Banso if I realise many in here can understand.

Stupid fool like you.

POINT OF CORRECTION MR ELANGWE ENGLISH

YOU WROTE "DO US A HUGE FAVOR...." IS WRONG (DO US A BIG FAVOUR MR ENGLISH)

Chris  Ngwasiri

It is a pity to note that some mean people are using Mukete's name in vain. They have attacked him from all angles but to no avail. This guy had sworn that he would not be quietened and that he has a mission to accomplish. On one occasion, I said that if you cut his hands, he would write with his toes. Look guys, people who do not like Mukete must accept defeat and go with him.
Mukete, more grease to yopur elbow. Get the news flowing.

Chris Ngwasiri


Cheboy

Namondo,
I just read the text you wrote. Your English is more deplorable. Do you think English is the only language on earth? Go and learn how to write even the pigin you are against. you stack illitrate.

Charles Forkwa

Vally:
My name is Forkwa ( a real name ) not Fonkwa.
If you think you can do better you and Mr. Ngwasiri should go on and form a new party. Trying to split the SDF is a waste of time and effort which will not gain the Ngwasiri camp any momentum. Start anew with the ideas that you think will liberate Cameroonians from poverty etc. No matter what you do at this point you will always be perceived as spoilers. And as we all know, perception is reality.

rexon

Why all this stupid discussion about the SDF. Where will all this mess lead southern cameroonians too? We need to address some of our real concerns.

Sam

Ben Muna welcome to party politics as chairman of the breakaway faction. I think you guys should have formed your own party. Its like you all wanted to hijack SDF and its millitants. I wish you the very best and hope the crowd you suppose is behind you stays with you. Motions of support to you all!!!!
Sam

Tayong(Copenhagen)

Rexon
Not only is the debate stupid but when I read tonnes of insults and derogatory language thrown here and there I begin to see a bleak future for anglophones if these are the people we'll de dealing with should we gain independence some day.Blackmail, character assasination, insults, tribalism, shadow chasing ,scores settling,demagogy, bickering and what have you. Cant we disagree without going this far? Why wash our dirty linens in public? Why should party politiking be grounds for hatred and distrust? Why guys?

Can something good come out of all these?

Tayong, wondering aloud!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

cyndy

This is so freaking annoying.Murder for what?Now Biya has all the "opposition parties"eating at the palm of his hand.Who can say what to him now?They have all committed the same crimes they accuse him of.
FRU NDI,abeg,just go.Ur time don pass and ur juju don die.No more fooling people again.I'd rather stay with the devil i know than with the supposed angel,who is the bigger devil

Klemenceau

BenB

Have you stopped crying for reconciliation? I thought the chameleon you are was here to make sure that the SDF is not divided? You are now talking of delegates moving to Yaoundé because they finally saw into it that the Yaoundé convention finally was going on. I thought you were here preaching oneness?
This is somebody who started by saying "I love Fru Ndi". You are now castigating Fru Ndi openly unlike before. At first you were writing in coded language. You have now squarely embraced the great liar Mukete. This forum is now good for you guys to write as much as possible.
I have said here and I will continue to say it aloud that no amount of blackmailing will help your agent Muna. You feel he has attained his objective by becoming the chairman of the Ngwasiri SDF. Muna has not yet seen anything. He sent you to write rhetoric here in praise of him and Ngwasiri but who doesn't know that this same Muna and Ngwasiri tried in several occasions to join the CPDM government. He doesn't know that like his father he is a black leg? It is true that birds of a feather flock together. These cunning politicians have one thing in common. They know how to blackmail and win support.
For the vampire Mukete, he is an expert in witchcraft and at the same time talks about God and Jesus. I don't know who deceived him that God listens to people whose hands are blood stained. The blood of lawyer Esseme is haunting him and he feels he can find pleasure in writing against Fru Ndi. Even a blind will know from a touch that this thing called Mukete is not clean. A dumb and deaf will see from Mukete's appearance that he is an evil genius. This is someone who can't take his head up in Kumba because of the shame of the murder of Esseme.
Maybe Mukete wants the world to know that he has a pact with the CPDM to draw Fru Ndi through the mud so as to safe the murderer of Esseme from going to prison. When guys see this lunatic doing everything to see that Fru Ndi is even killed, one begins to wonder why. Mukete is here on a dual purpose. He is out to settle old scores against Fru Ndi and to protect the image of his family.
Mukete had hopes of climbing to a top ranking position of the SDF but when people discovered that he could not be trusted, and stopped him, he thought Fru Ndi was responsible. This CPDM hangman knew fully well that he could not be trusted but still did everything to achieve his evil and satanic intentions. Now that he was disgraced and given the fact that he signed a pact with the CPDM to protect his family, he is leaving no stone unturned.
I thought he would have been contented with his two wives and many cybercafés. But how can he be contented without fulfilling his mission?
He was at a certain point almost giving up when he knew he had nothing more to write on. His agents had to entice one other lunatic in the name of BenB to join him. Now the two of them can write and invade this forum with articles against Fru Ndi and in favour of their pay master Ben Muna and Ngwasiri the 21st century Judas Iscariot. Lets see how this coup against Fru Ndi and the SDF will end.
Shalom
Klemenceau.

Fritzane Kiki H.K


TO THE MEMO WRITERS,
It's a shame that guys only came to realise Fru's barbaric and dictatorial powers too late after his constant miscontrued and propagative leadership.What way forward?

I want to hear the voice of these honorable memo contributors whose memo completely was based on what they have been criticisingh others in this forum from saying.Your memo was a clear realisation of your Fru's dogmaticism,political grip on his chairmanship and even his totalitarianism.

It never came as a surprise that Muna will be named Chairman Ni Muna and Asonganyi named 'Mbah' Asonganyi in Yaounde for the SG.How can Fru Ndi disqualify all his opponents files for candidacy only to stand alone for the Bamenda chairmanship.Had it been those from Yaouande decided to join those in Bamenda then he would have been the lone candidate.Fuck that!! This is all nonesense!!

The latest information I got is that Fru Ndi has been taken to court for the death of the innocent Gregoire Diboule who was manslaughtered by Fru's insurgency.It never rained but it pours...

'Power to the people'

Fritzane Kiki
Hong Kong

ndifor

THE STORY FROM YAOUNDE

1) Two factions have emerged in the SDF, and have been
in a tug of war for some time now. Both fixed
Conventions of the SDF for 26 May: the one in Yaounde
and the other in Bamenda. The Bamenda faction under
Fru Ndi has been going from one disrespect of court
decisions to the other.

2) In order to stand alone as candidate for party
chairman, Fru Ndi excludd militants and dissolved
structures like Buea, Limbe, Yaounde III and the
Centre Province, since their leaders and militants
showed support for other candidates and signed the
famous memorandum that was sent to the National
Advisory Council by some officials and members of the
SDF.

3) With the dissolution of the Centre province, it
looked like Mr. Fru Ndi had gone too far. He had
crossed the rubicon, as some would say! Fru Ndi went
ahead to appoint a 22 man team to manage the Centre
province - a war cabinet to him (normally following
the dissolution of a structure, a 5- person
coordination is put in place, not 22!). Further, the
Centre was being dissolved when its mandate was up,
and NEC had taken a previous decision to renew it only
after the Convention.

4) Because of all these, the Centre Province of the
SDF entred into total and open rebellion. When Fru Ndi
came to bully them into submission, they chased him
away by preventing him from gaining access to the
Province. They told him they needed answers for the
issues they had raised in the memorandum. They also
told him it was unconstitutional for him to assume the
position of National Advisory Council Chairman and
still remain National Chairman of the party! Retired
Colonel Angafor who was put at the head of the 22 man
Fru Ndi team attempted on several occasions to take
over control of the province by force, but his
“forces” were beaten back by the militants of the
Centre who now guarded the province on a permanent
basis.

5) With 26 May getting closer, and the Yaounde crises
remining unresolved, Fru Nsdi started fearing that
should the Yaounde faction be refused the use of the
Congress Centre in Yaounde, they would probably fall
back on the Province that had a large conference hall
in the Secretariat. The motive of his attack early on
26 May morning was to prevent this from happening, but
as things would turn out, it only made its use easier
for the Yaounde faction!!
6) By the time we went to bed on 25 May, phone calls
came from all over the country, but especially from
Bamenda, warning that squads from Bamenda, Kumba and
Douala were to converge in Yaounde that night and
attack the Yaounde Secretariat, and probably our
homes! The security forces were informed, including
the Ministers of Justice, of Territorial
Administration and many others. As is usually the case
with the security forces of our country, they acted
after the event!!
7) Early on 26 May, around 5 am, the combined squad
stroke at the provincial secretariat, murdered the
administrative secretary with many matched wounds, and
battering with clubs and then removed his eyes!! They
wounded and maimed many others. Eye witness reports
say that they had wounded people too but there was a
group that was only transporting their wounded to the
bus that brought them. After murdering and maiming,
they turned to the offices of the secretariat and
broke anything that they could lay hands on!! They
then fled Yaounde. There were some 30 arrests.

To prevent the Convention from holding in the
Secretaiat, they had to occupy it permanently; not
attack it and flee! As predicted, although the fee of
2.5 million for renting the halls of the Congress
Centre for three days had been paid, access to it was
sealed early morning of 26, so the over 1000 delegates
to the Convention converged at the "liberated"
Secretariat. It permitted them to be witnesses to Fru
Ndi’s savagery!!

The Convention started around around 4p.m. with a meal
for the tired delegates, followed at around 8 p.m. by
the formal opening of the Convention at around 8 p.m.
by a video-recorded opening sppech of Prof Hon.
Clement Nforti Ngwasiri, who is lying sick in the
Yaounde General Hospital.

Mbu.B

Namondo,
I personally think, very good English language should be posted here. However, you`d better encourage people to proof read before posting. It`s very pompous and rude, comparing parents with your daughter.Your first submission is good, please write two more!
A write-up with perfect spelling and grammar eases understanding and elevates the value.
Contrary to what some will hold, I think if it`s Pidgin English it should be so,if it`s Mbo, it should be so and if it`s English it should also be sound English.
As you type your contribution, you can open this website for spelling and meaning(www.m-w.com)that is Merriam-Webster Online.
Enjoy the POST`S Freedom to learn,insult and send motions of support!

Fon  Lawrence

Mbu. B,
That is the work of the rat called Teribobs who is impersonating in the name of Namondo Elangwe. The nitwit said he was declaring a war to fight me and others.I am carefully watching him.

Do you think that a Namondo Elangwe exists? If she does exist,let her come forward to defend the name and tell us from where she is writing and who can identify her.

Is it possible that someone will surface just for the first time,and his/her only contribution is a direct attack on persons? I know his sole target was me.Teribob,keep on.
I used her because I know that Namondo is a female Bakweri name.

Watesih

Namondo Elangwe,
There`s nothing in English
as,"Study English".There at Oxford we always say,"Learn English",this because we don`t study a language ,but learn it.
Even after trying to impersonate you are still as idiotic as ever.Mr Geerts also announced himself here in the same manner,and we asked him not to go into hiding,but he did just that.The SDF crisis have come and is almost going,but we cannot read even 10 lines from Geerts ,in order to see his language prowess.Remember,"If you don`t have wings,you should not trade with the wind".

Fon  Lawrence

In addition,why is it that those who are rebuked here because of lack of mastery of English are only the ones who stand for a strong and indivisible SDF?

Namondo alias Teribobs and Geerts if she still exists;look at the article below and tell us why the author has never been in the group of those who are rebuked for a lack of command of English language.

"Watesih,
Don't allowed me believe that your method of political followship end at the level of some staying as servant while others eat/steal with Biya.After 16 years at the helm what was fru Ndi's thinking,his SG serving him for 12 years for what?that's the problem the sdf has just got into,she is now failing to realised when to move poeple on,one of the greatest sins of Biya is his staying too long.Fru has just join him.

Fru ndi does not need to resigned, organising a convention and passing on the mantle,that's what people who knows and believe in democracy do,instead your man has another plans stay for life unfortunately it has been taken by force.

I will not be talking about Fru ndi anymore unless where he is trying to distort the truth.

The organisers of the killing in yaounde thought the organisers are week breed,they failed to realised we are NW stuff,this time around things have been very very ok.

Vally
England.

Posted by: Vally | May 29, 2006 at 09:32 AM"


Akoson


Let's assess ourselves. How far have we gone?


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THE BEST VS WORST POSTINGS RECENTLY.

Dear readers,

I'd like to grade postings made recently. Note that this is a fair and balanced judgement I'm making. I don't fear anyone so there's no bias in the results. I think that making a weekly stop to assess what we write here is not unnecessary. I believe that the results should encourage us do more. To judge the neutrality of the results, readers could scroll up and re-read the comments of those I intend to grade.

Note that there's a GREAT DISPARITY between the PASSERS and the FAILURES. Those who passed did it well and those who failed failed woefully.

Here are the BEST ten and the WORST ten.

FAILURES - FIRST FROM THE BOTTOM:
1. Namondo Elangwe......0/20
1. Faked Mukete ......0/20
2. Momo ......0.5/20
3. Dr. Agbormbai ......1/20
3 SharpTalk ......1/20
3. Spako .....1/20
6. Teribobs ......2/20
6. Drogba ......2/20
6. Charles Ngu ......2/20
9.Sartmecalo ......2.5/20
10. Amin ......2.5/20
10. Chris Ngwasiri ......2.5/20

THOSE WHO PASSED - FIRST FROM THE TOP:

THE HONOUR ROLL;
1. Mbu B. .......17/20(GREAT MATURITY)
1. Watesih .......17/20
1. TEK .......17/20
1. Rene Murena ......17/20
1. Neba Funiba ......17/20
6. Aaron Nyankwe ....16/20
6. Knangjo ....16/20

OTHER PASSERS;
8. Fonchingong ......14/20
9. Ndi O. ......13/20
10. Fon Lawrence .....12/20
10. Klemenceau .....12/20
12. BenB ......10/20
12. ORIGINAL Mukete....10/20
12. Vally of England ...10/20
12. Fritzane Kiki ...10/20

Remarks: All those who failed failed cos they could not write independently without calling on some god to help them. Secondarily, they failed woefully to present facts that could help build Cameroon.
THOSE who passed atleast did well. Those who scored from 10-14 concentrated on hailing praises to a faction and or gave points without proofs.They kept on talking about themselves or kept repeating what they think they strongly believe in. All these do not solve the situation in Cameroon. THOSE who scored from 16-20 got themselves either entangled in a debate that forced them into providing solutions to the problems in Cameroon or they gave maningful debate that was void of insults and begged the forum to think deep on the issues that are.

NOTE: If you want to pass well next semester and or want to make the debate mature and living, CONCENTRATE on the issues and ignore persons faking names. And when you give a fact, give HARD proofs such that one will not be tempted for a second to raise their eyebrows. Hope this is helpful!

Also note that these are results presented based on discusions in the last few days. BenB would have scored more had he remained neutral and provided more solutioin to the problems. He talked about RECONCILIATION - yes! But he later diverted his attention. Inteligent Klemenceau RIGHTLY describes BenB as he summarises and I quote; "...I thought the chameleon you are was here to make sure that the SDF is not divided? You are now talking of delegates moving to Yaoundé because they finally saw into it that the Yaoundé convention finally was going on. I thought you were here preaching oneness?
This is somebody who started by saying "I love Fru Ndi". You are now castigating Fru Ndi openly unlike before. At first you were writing in coded language. You have now squarely embraced the great liar Mukete. This forum is now good for you guys to write as much as possible...."

Mbu B showed a high degree of maturity. Enjoy his recent arguments with Watesih and tell me if would've been able to count the successes should this forum would've been that matured!

SPECIAL CASES:
REXON , TAYONG , Ngembus Fonlon Mbock , MASSMOYO ...They've got a claim that EVEN the international community fully recognises. Biya and those who claim it doesn't exist latently recognise it but they're shying away from addressing it. The aforementioned names have all failed woefully in drawing a plan for the liberation of the peoples of Southern Cameroons. They're even worse than FAILURES. They keep citing successes made by other secessionists movement and fail to draw a road map to liberate their territories.

My hands are clean!

I enjoin us all to engage in CONSTRUCTIVE debate and the force of argument.


The Just Judge, SON OF AKO, LONDON SCHOOL OF ECONOMICS AND POLITICAL SCIENCE.


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Akoson

Let's assess ourselves. How far have we gone?


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THE BEST VS WORST POSTINGS RECENTLY.

Dear readers,

I'd like to grade postings made recently. Note that this is a fair and balanced judgement I'm making. I don't fear anyone so there's no bias in the results. I think that making a weekly stop to assess what we write here is not unnecessary. I believe that the results should encourage us do more. To judge the neutrality of the results, readers could scroll up and re-read the comments of those I intend to grade.

Note that there's a GREAT DISPARITY between the PASSERS and the FAILURES. Those who passed did it well and those who failed failed woefully.

Here are the BEST ten and the WORST ten.

FAILURES - FIRST FROM THE BOTTOM:
1. Namondo Elangwe......0/20
1. Faked Mukete ......0/20
2. Momo ......0.5/20
3. Dr. Agbormbai ......1/20
3 SharpTalk ......1/20
3. Spako .....1/20
6. Teribobs ......2/20
6. Drogba ......2/20
6. Charles Ngu ......2/20
9.Sartmecalo ......2.5/20
10. Amin ......2.5/20
10. Chris Ngwasiri ......2.5/20

THOSE WHO PASSED - FIRST FROM THE TOP:

THE HONOUR ROLL;
1. Mbu B. .......17/20(GREAT MATURITY)
1. Watesih .......17/20
1. TEK .......17/20
1. Rene Murena ......17/20
1. Neba Funiba ......17/20
6. Aaron Nyankwe ....16/20
6. Knangjo ....16/20

OTHER PASSERS;
8. Fonchingong ......14/20
9. Ndi O. ......13/20
10. Fon Lawrence .....12/20
10. Klemenceau .....12/20
12. BenB ......10/20
12. ORIGINAL Mukete....10/20
12. Vally of England ...10/20
12. Fritzane Kiki ...10/20

Remarks: All those who failed failed cos they could not write independently without calling on some god to help them. Secondarily, they failed woefully to present facts that could help build Cameroon.
THOSE who passed atleast did well. Those who scored from 10-14 concentrated on hailing praises to a faction and or gave points without proofs.They kept on talking about themselves or kept repeating what they think they strongly believe in. All these do not solve the situation in Cameroon. THOSE who scored from 16-20 got themselves either entangled in a debate that forced them into providing solutions to the problems in Cameroon or they gave maningful debate that was void of insults and begged the forum to think deep on the issues that are.

NOTE: If you want to pass well next semester and or want to make the debate mature and living, CONCENTRATE on the issues and ignore persons faking names. And when you give a fact, give HARD proofs such that one will not be tempted for a second to raise their eyebrows. Hope this is helpful!

Also note that these are results presented based on discusions in the last few days. BenB would have scored more had he remained neutral and provided more solutioin to the problems. He talked about RECONCILIATION - yes! But he later diverted his attention. Inteligent Klemenceau RIGHTLY describes BenB as he summarises and I quote; "...I thought the chameleon you are was here to make sure that the SDF is not divided? You are now talking of delegates moving to Yaoundé because they finally saw into it that the Yaoundé convention finally was going on. I thought you were here preaching oneness?
This is somebody who started by saying "I love Fru Ndi". You are now castigating Fru Ndi openly unlike before. At first you were writing in coded language. You have now squarely embraced the great liar Mukete. This forum is now good for you guys to write as much as possible...."

Mbu B showed a high degree of maturity. Enjoy his recent arguments with Watesih and tell me if would've been able to count the successes should this forum would've been that matured!

SPECIAL CASES:
REXON , TAYONG , Ngembus Fonlon Mbock , MASSMOYO ...They've got a claim that EVEN the international community fully recognises. Biya and those who claim it doesn't exist latently recognise it but they're shying away from addressing it. The aforementioned names have all failed woefully in drawing a plan for the liberation of the peoples of Southern Cameroons. They're even worse than FAILURES. They keep citing successes made by other secessionists movement and fail to draw a road map to liberate their territories.

My hands are clean!

I enjoin us all to engage in CONSTRUCTIVE debate and the force of argument.


The Just Judge, SON OF AKO, LONDON SCHOOL OF ECONOMICS AND POLITICAL SCIENCE.


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Akoson

Let's assess ourselves. How far have we gone?


THE BEST VS WORST POSTINGS RECENTLY.

Dear readers,

I'd like to grade postings made recently. Note that this is a fair and balanced judgement I'm making. I don't fear anyone so there's no bias in the results. I think that making a weekly stop to assess what we write here is not unnecessary. I believe that the results should encourage us do more. To judge the neutrality of the results, readers could scroll up and re-read the comments of those I intend to grade.

Note that there's a GREAT DISPARITY between the PASSERS and the FAILURES. Those who passed did it well and those who failed failed woefully.

Here are the BEST ten and the WORST ten.

FAILURES - FIRST FROM THE BOTTOM:
1. Namondo Elangwe......0/20
1. Faked Mukete ......0/20
2. Momo ......0.5/20
3. Dr. Agbormbai ......1/20
3 SharpTalk ......1/20
3. Spako .....1/20
6. Teribobs ......2/20
6. Drogba ......2/20
6. Charles Ngu ......2/20
9.Sartmecalo ......2.5/20
10. Amin ......2.5/20
10. Chris Ngwasiri ......2.5/20

THOSE WHO PASSED - FIRST FROM THE TOP:

THE HONOUR ROLL;
1. Mbu B. .......17/20(GREAT MATURITY)
1. Watesih .......17/20
1. TEK .......17/20
1. Rene Murena ......17/20
1. Neba Funiba ......17/20
6. Aaron Nyankwe ....16/20
6. Knangjo ....16/20

OTHER PASSERS;
8. Fonchingong ......14/20
9. Ndi O. ......13/20
10. Fon Lawrence .....12/20
10. Klemenceau .....12/20
12. BenB ......10/20
12. ORIGINAL Mukete....10/20
12. Vally of England ...10/20
12. Fritzane Kiki ...10/20

Remarks: All those who failed failed cos they could not write independently without calling on some god to help them. Secondarily, they failed woefully to present facts that could help build Cameroon.
THOSE who passed atleast did well. Those who scored from 10-14 concentrated on hailing praises to a faction and or gave points without proofs.They kept on talking about themselves or kept repeating what they think they strongly believe in. All these do not solve the situation in Cameroon. THOSE who scored from 16-20 got themselves either entangled in a debate that forced them into providing solutions to the problems in Cameroon or they gave maningful debate that was void of insults and begged the forum to think deep on the issues that are.

NOTE: If you want to pass well next semester and or want to make the debate mature and living, CONCENTRATE on the issues and ignore persons faking names. And when you give a fact, give HARD proofs such that one will not be tempted for a second to raise their eyebrows. Hope this is helpful!

Also note that these are results presented based on discusions in the last few days. BenB would have scored more had he remained neutral and provided more solutioin to the problems. He talked about RECONCILIATION - yes! But he later diverted his attention. Inteligent Klemenceau RIGHTLY describes BenB as he summarises and I quote; "...I thought the chameleon you are was here to make sure that the SDF is not divided? You are now talking of delegates moving to Yaoundé because they finally saw into it that the Yaoundé convention finally was going on. I thought you were here preaching oneness?
This is somebody who started by saying "I love Fru Ndi". You are now castigating Fru Ndi openly unlike before. At first you were writing in coded language. You have now squarely embraced the great liar Mukete. This forum is now good for you guys to write as much as possible...."

Mbu B showed a high degree of maturity. Enjoy his recent arguments with Watesih and tell me if would've been able to count the successes should this forum would've been that matured!

SPECIAL CASES:
REXON , TAYONG , Ngembus Fonlon Mbock , MASSMOYO ...They've got a claim that EVEN the international community fully recognises. Biya and those who claim it doesn't exist latently recognise it but they're shying away from addressing it. The aforementioned names have all failed woefully in drawing a plan for the liberation of the peoples of Southern Cameroons. They're even worse than FAILURES. They keep citing successes made by other secessionists movement and fail to draw a road map to liberate their territories.

My hands are clean!

I enjoin us all to engage in CONSTRUCTIVE debate and the force of argument.


The Just Judge, SON OF AKO, LONDON SCHOOL OF ECONOMICS AND POLITICAL SCIENCE.


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rexon

Akoson,

You are really making a mockery of your personality in some of your wite-ups like this one. Even those whom you have given high scores to will not treat you seriously.

Teribobs

Fon Lawrence,
You must be out of your senses. Do you think I can condescend that low? Can't you differentiate our levels? If Namondo had written Standard English like I usually do I could have been silent. Continue to put more chaos on this forum. Your camp impersonates and you put the blame on your nightmare(Teribobs). I am worth my salt so keep up. I can't go into the simple methods of tracing who writes what. Mark you I am surrounded by IT consultants and when it is necessary I can inform you on the provenance of each article posted here.

Teribobs

Fon Lawrence,
Even your bossom friend Watesih cannot believe what you wrote. I am the only one on this forum who has got the guts to point out grammatical errors and stand the heat. I admit Namondo's list was partisan and will add that it was inexhaustive as well.

Atangha

Dear Readers!
No convention ever took place in Yaounde! I had all along said here that these guys would come out & say Ben MUNA is chairman & Zamboue SG. Besides, the guy who died was killed by Ben & Co. to blame it on the SDF. How did Zamboue & co. get into our secretariat when it had been sealed since May 22 by the forces of law & order? Why did the forces of law & order come at about 10 a.m.? The government had a hand in all these!

I'll keep saying that there're no 2 SDFs; what happened in Yaounde was a group of former dissidents who wanted to use the SDF & make a name for themselves. They failed woefully! They can now go get their own authorisation from MINATD. We'll be stronger without Ben MUNA & the others - all of you know them.

Also, the press hasn't been doing a good job; they started this issuse of SDF breaking in pieces. May be they did enjoy part of what Ben MUNA was distributing around Yaounde? SDF has no Youths or Women wings. SDF is still today existing because of article 8.2.

So, whatever is call 'Authentic SDF' is a figment of the ambitious imagination of Ben MUNA using NGWASIRI as his stepping stone. This same MUNA destroyed the political career of many a so-called intellectual with the SDF.

Good bye Ben MUNA! You're worst than S.T. MUNA.

I'll be back.

Geerts

Namondo Elangwe,

And not just the deplorable English language mistakes....the lack of ideas, the stupid excitement, the childish reactions.....make me wonder if these guys have ever passed through a school, any school for that matter. To say they are idiots is an understatement. I doubt how a serious student in LSE, as Akoson claims, will have all this time to post rubbish on a forum like this one which is meant for the exchange of ideas that can help Cameroon move forward. Watesih, Fon Lawrence and roxon must be the most idle Cameroonians living in the western world. The time they spend on this forum can attest to that. Time will tell.

massamoyo

Geerts,

This is your first comment I have ever read in this forum. If you have nothing to contribute stay damn quiet and listen to those who have relevant ideas like Rexon, Tayong, Akoson etc.

Geerts you are a sleeping dog so continue lieing.

People who contribute here be they negatively contributors like Dr. A.A, Mukete, Elangwe etc are not idle as you think but those who have the Country negatively at heart and we all appreciate them not sleeping dogs like you.

Over!!!

massamoyo

Akoson,

Who tells you we the SCNC are struggling in vain. 'Lie lie to lie lie' Maybe you are not current of our (SCNC) progress.

Akoson I knew if you were a South African in those days with the jailing of Pa Mandela for a good number of 25 years you would have told him 'Pa look this anti-Apathied will lead us no where'.
Akoson if you are a Christian join me to sing this humble song,
'Courage brothers do not stumble ..........'

Akoson Over!!!

Geerts

massamoyo,

You are just one of these idiots. You call your posting "contribution". hahahahahaah...
Contribution to what?. Knowledge??? Far from that. This forum will be much better if you kept quiet. You will no longer have the honour to have me react to your dull comments. This is the first and last time I am reacting to commets from a fool like you.

Klemenceau

Hey ndifor/ateba claude

Hi guys of the Mukete black list and other objective contributors in this forum. I want you guys to know that the posting above under the name ndifor, is the handiwork of Ateba Claude who recently was crying in this forum. So we should know that there are many here who pretend but they are out to divide the SDF.
I have always said here that people can pretend but they can't pretend forever. Mr. Ateba was not as wise has his fellow disguised disciples of the Ngwasiri camp. He changed his name but was so stupid not to change his email address which is ateba-claude@yahoo.com.
Ateba you should have enough courage next time to come open.
Shalom
Klemenceau

BenB

What became of the famous Memo?

Who was it that took the famous Memo to Bamenda? Samleyin, knganjo or Langaison? And where have they disappeared to?

Don't they know that just for publishing that great magic wand Memo on this forum obliges them to also publish a report on the Memo's performance at the Bamenda convention? Let's hear how the Memo moved mountains in Bamenda.

Or did the Memo get missing between Europe and Bamenda like "coup de couer" money (dixit Kountchou Koumegni). Or maybe the Memo was the blueprint for all the wonderful things that came out of the Bamenda convention.

So, maybe the contributors to that Memo must be Bamenda heroes now. Their names must have been written in gold and placed in the Bamenda hall of fame, especially as most of them have scored outstanding marks dished out by LSE professor-in-waiting - my prayerful friend, the son of Ako, LSE.

Now those who didn't contribute to that great Memo must be regretting. See they had a chance and missed it; a chance to make history as those who said for the first time things that have never been said in the SDF. Genius bushfallers!

Who won't envy this great Memo writers here? They had good sense of judgement not to be distracted by calls here for us to seek common ground to solve this SDF crisis and prevent the holding of even one-and-one-hundredth conventions.

We said that would spell doom for the party. We urged them to keep aside childish praise-singing and look at more important issues as raised by various party leaders who have disagreed with Ni John.

What effort did we not make here? We ran a countdown to make us see the gravity of the problem. They said NO, na Ni John we want. Take party go, leave we Ni John. Here we are today. And they want us to clap for them?

What can we add when they already sent such a brilliant Memo with a golden touch? Let them put out the fire they started. Then at the end of the day, let them score 40/20. O shame o!

** When we come back, we'll be talking about the red carpet reception given to the famous Memo in Bamenda.

** Later, how the praise-singing on this forum stood in Ni John's way to seek common ground with his critics.

BenF

BenB

Diboule like Kohtem
(Le Messager)

Le Messager establishes similarities between Fon Doh's fate after the Kohtem assassination with the fate of those we understand assassinated Diboule. You know them.

Read on:

Après l'assassinat de John Kohtem à Bamenda il y a quelques années par la milice du tristement célèbre chef de Balikoumbat, les militants du Social democratic front avaient crié au scandale. Condamnant ainsi avec la dernière énergie cet acte barbare.

Aujourd'hui, ils ont fait la preuve par dix que dans les pseudo démocraties comme celle du Cameroun, tous les coups sont permis.

S'il était finalement démontré que les agresseurs de Diboulé Grégoire sont des militants du Sdf venus de Bamenda comme beaucoup l’affirment, le Sdf se retrouvera au banc des accusés pour une affaire d'homicide volontaire.

Les autorités gouvernementales qui sont soupçonnées d'avoir donné des instructions aux forces de l'ordre pour ne pas intervenir en temps réel pour secourir des militants en détresse, se sont empressées de rendre publique le communiqué indiquant le nombre de victimes et de personnes arrêtées.

Les autorités de la République disent également avoir ouvert une enquête, pour établir les responsabilités des uns et des autres.

PARLIAMENTARY IMMUNITY GOING...

Fon

Geerts,
The best teacher is one who uses examples. Can you boast of a posting of yours as an example worth emulating.Each time you make a contribution,it is solely to insult a particular group of persons.In your own school,were you taught only partisan or subjective judgment?
Do you think the maturity you expect from contributions can be reflected in your postings?

The issue at stake is about the socio-political crisis of our country;challenge those you keep insulting by making a mature contribution on this topic.

Atangha

BenF,
You guys are leaving in a dream world! Who authorised you people to hold your so-called convention in Y'de? Who sent you guys to the SDF Secretariat? Remember BenF & Mukete: we're used to these conspiracies since the '90s. We have overcome trying moments more than these.

Killing people is not our stock-in-trade - it is for those who are gunning for cheap publicities. We know the regime is behind you guys, but we are ready for any eventuality. You are entitle to form a political party but not using the SDF & her logo or secretariat.

May God bless you people in your new outfit
Amen

Akoson


Massamoyo and Rexon,

I rated you guys as worst cos the SCNC is the most important thing in the history of all Southern Cameroonians including Inoni, Mafany, Endeley, Mukete and their likes who openly declare that it doesn't exist. Infact, these guys will be the FIRST to vOTE if we've to go on a referandum. Forget about all the NOISE they make. Being the most important issue in our lives, we want it done soonest. But instead of you guys to keep informing us of the day to day moves we get nothing- WE GET INSULTS AND SDF. You guys have turned from your mission(discussing SCNC into discussin Mukete's ideas SDF).

Massamoyo, can you now admit that you guys have failed in your mission? When you talk of the status quo reached by the movement how do you mean? It goes to confirm my results. Many things happen in the SCNC but your group has failed woefully to get EAGER minds such as ours educated on every move.

I'll be the FIRST to be happy to see the occupiers leave our territories. No flatteries!

I rest my case!


Worried Son Of Ako, LSE.


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Vally

Akoson/Fon lawrence,

Boys note that in todays world with all computer aids you can write good english with microsoft word check, even when you have never been to elimentary school.

I have said this time and again, that i will not be editing any stuff posted on this site.If you want to read fine,if you care not delete.

vally
England.

massamoyo

Akoson,

Yeah I now understand you very well. I admit some of us have failed to inform you brothers the day to day progress of our movements.

Akoson remember that even if 99.999% of English speaking Cameroonians including me are fools, you alone can stand up and initiate, inculcate into our minds that something is wrong. Dont wait for others to fight for you.

Rarely bro do you see me contributing emmensely in anything concerning party politics that concern LRC and S. Cameroon.

Well I appreciate the criticims and wish to improve while asking my humble bro ans sis to accept your criticism so that we can improve on our styles.

Thanks.

Fon

According to Geerts´s definition of idlenes; one who is busy reading and writing articles on the internet all the times is idle.You definition of idleness is based on the state where people spend a lot of time on "useless" issues. For your information to be idle means not involved in an activity;If I spend all my time making contribution on this forum,I am involved in an activity and therefore not idle.The question of whether the activity is productive is a different issue.

Teribobs

Fon Lawrence,
You got what you deserve from Geerts. Why are you running away from the Namondo issue? Dull papa.

Your friend Atangha the grade 3 teacher is back.

I'll catch up with the latest dish that was served a few hours ago. C U when I get there.

mn

what a lively site! ur scoring on comments is v amusing. to mukete (which ever one of u wrote on the witchcraft allegations about fru ndi). that is some seriously defamatory material u wrote there. could u not only defend it in court but prove it? i'd like to think that we in africa are becoming more enlightened and educated and should conduct politics through ideological debates instead of resorting to desperate measures such as witchraft. these stupid things have deceived and destroyed enough people!

Akoson

NI JOHN FRU NDI did NOT order VANGUARDS.

...His orders were;"try to make sure that the Yaounde convention doesn't hold so that our baby we fought for shouldn't be killed in a second by belly politicians".

...BREAKING NEWS:I forecast this forum becoming more mature if we do better!...as the SCNC group led by Tayong breaks all records.

BenF, Klemenceau, Fon Lawrence and Mukete accelerate to Honour roll. When the final results are released this weekend for the second semester we'll know why. Note that Mukete's new come back has been very wonderful as it's almost void of abuses and he without fiction, analyses Colonel Chi's interview. That's great! That's what we want in here. I personally will be making a response to his reaction. I enjoin all his detractors to react to his posting. BenF, my God-son is making remarkable progress. He's trying to be neutral against all odds while Watesih and Mbu B slightly improve by +.25 giving them 17.25/20 each.

As Tayong now hits the ISSUES they stand for, he catapults that group, SCNC as the best recently. This group is breaking all records. They now top the forum with 18/20. Wonderful score!

Momo too is not left out. He now at least writes lengthly and manages to reason. However small his contributions're his improvement is worth my comment. He's improved by a tiny +.00001.

There's one sad case, TERIBOBS. He goes down the bottom to 0/20. We all know why. Read and read the comments again.

The full results for this semester will be published over the weekend.

Keep thinking!

Mukete remember that I'm coming to respond to your reason which I consider amature. Remember that as the head of the SDF, Ni John Fru Ndi has the prerogative to have asked his suburdinate, Colonel to make sure that the Yaounde convention doesn't hold as the law states. He didn't advocate using force. He'd meant that Colonel, being in Yaounde should dust the corners and remind the administration prevent the convention. This is what colonel failed to understand. Instead, with the poor doctrine he's got for ages from the Biya government he interpreted Fru Ndi's words to mean VANGUARDS just as he interpretes the words of his commander in chief as TIRER. Where did Fru Ndi go wrong? Tell me! When something gets wrong in the SDF, Ni John Fru Ndi suffers. When NEC says "A", it's Fru Ndi who said it. Let's think, men! I pitty this old man who's struggling to see Mukete's son in Sacred Heart College becomes something tomorrow.


You guys shouldn't forget keeping your contributions short, avoid insults and give HARD facts.


Will be right back.


SON OF AKO, LSE.


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