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rexon

All the names listed above are those of criminals, From Biya, to Foning, to Etonde and Ntone, what do we expect from this bunch of idiots? Whenever they cite any meaningful information, is to accuse their predecessor who might probably been unsurportive of them in their CPDM circles. They like Agbormbai know that they are the real cause of the underdevelopment in La republique.

Ma Mary

You must mean Minister Agbormbai, Rexon. Show some respect.

rexon

Ma Mary,

Respect means different things to different people. If those who colonised and exploited us had respect for us, they would'nt have done that in the first place. I dont show any respect to anyone who compromise with any idiotic thinking that goes a long way to harm the lives of my people. I have suffered under the colonial regime of La republique and its allies in such a way that i cannot keeping relying on softer approaches to be able to gain my freedom.

Ma Mary

Rexon, read it again. it is humor, satire. It does not deserve a serious answer. The truth is that KISSING ASS is very funny and ASS KISSERS should check out this CARTOON. Are you the guy on the right or the guy on the left? When Dr AA calls black white and red blue, he is either colour blind or something else is going on.

Fon

Ma Mary,
You are right. Rexon did not understand the piece of satire.
Agbormbai is a dreamer.

Roki of Shanghai

This is the biggest problem we have in Cameroon. Self interest first,accumulation of different positions by the same person.
When two CPDM people are fighting, there's just one explanation for it,money.Some work too hard for no pay, some do nothing but lie and get paid for lying to the public about state funds.The day of reckoning is coming.You all eating now will pay with your blood.

Ma Mary

This is the ugliness that Riccardoodle wants us to be part of.
Check this out:
The State of the Union 45 Years After: Symbols of Reunification in Decay

No Jose!

RowlandJuliet

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