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Thursday, 30 November 2006

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Akoson

Oh ma God!

Look at how those policemen are enjoying fresh air. Shoot them with stones, bowl and arrows. Chase them away!

Nicolas Y F

Its really a pitty that these two students are dead for the fight of freedom. But what I do not understand is that the last strike in UB did not make a point to lawless policemen, currupt administrators and ignorant students. History has taught us so much that fighting for your freedom and for others makes no sence in Cameroon. The administration are block-headed and above change. See the case in Bamenda 1992 till date, what has change? My belove pays is going backward and still ranking first in bad governance.

My suggestion is that no strick on the street, stay home and no class till the gov't is in aggreement with your demands. If u are out there in large numbers, the bullet can target anyone and you will join the fallen heros. I do not think after the long way from primary to high school, I wish to be a fallen hero.

why are we strinking, I presume the answer is change. Thus I wish to see that change and not to be in the world of fallen heros of which I will not taste that change.

Bro and sis, stay home and no class.

May the souls of the two fallen heros rest in peace, and their blood share for others be in our hearts for ever.

Please no offence to anyone!!!, just my suggestions on this matter. Because I know u wont want to die like them.

rexon

I urge every Southern Cameroonian to attack anyone who wants to support his evil by colonial agents of La Republique. We must continue this fight untill all the colonialist and their agents leave the Southern Cameroons.

rexon

REQUEST FOR FINANCIAL ASSISTANCE (FOR THE HOME FRONT)

Leaders of the Southern Cameroons Liberation Movement,
Southern Cameroonians in the Diaspora.

Dear Comrades,
Accept our fraternal greetings from the Southern Cameroons, on the behalf of the Southern Cameroons Youth League (SCYL) and the enslaved people of the Southern Cameroons. We have the honour to solicit for y our financial and material assistance, be it individually or collectively; to enable us intensify our struggle back here at the home-front.
The SCYL Home, in collaboration with members of the SCNC have rekindled new hope among our youths and at the same time stirred up the revolutionary spirit which for many years could not be associated with life of our organisation.
With very little and rare financial support, we were capable to carried forward our, gospel of liberation, education and mobilization to three major cities, sub-divisions and thirty nine villages of our territory since February 2006.
In the course of our activities we have lobbied and held very important meetings with some of our chiefs; their traditional councils and populations. Other meetings were held with professional organisations, students and youths’ groups and some Associations (the power base of our community).
Through our activities, more and more people have brought into our organisation and many contacts have been established. Many cells have also been created in our cities, villages and schools.
We would appreciate if those of you in the Diaspora could initiate your own programmes and plans of action and assist us with the necessary logistics and finance for the implementation. This is another way to push the struggle ahead at the some time get involved directly.
We could do better if were given the necessary support and finance and directory. On many occasions we feel betrayed by our own leaders and people who see us as enemy combatants and competitors, when we encounters set back, we are abandon and when issue of finance come in to play we are left on our own.
How do we then maintain the contacts and coordinate our activities in the field? We need money to communicate, print posters banners and handouts, and to motivate those people working permanently in the field. We need money to assist our comrades in prison their families and at the same time, respond to emergency.
Our objective here is to stir-up the level of awareness and involvement of our people, most especially the South West and the North West Population, but taking also into consideration the economic and geographical importance of the South West Province.
At this juncture if La Republique is not paying attentions to our numerous calls and plight, why not direct our attention and energy to those multi-National companies exploiting our natural resources and at the same time exploiting our people for cheap labour (C.D.C, PAMOL, DELMONTE, SHELL AND MOBLIL etc). We will like to thank members of SCYL in the Diaspora Dr… and Mr … for their moral and financial assistance.

Your financial assistance could be sent through Western Union Cameroon, in to Mr Oben Maxwell Eyong. Tel: 237 732 94 85

Thank you all and may God bless you.
Oben Maxwell.

MOTABENAMA

ITS SAD THAT IN THE 21CENTURY SUCH DEGREE OF VIOLENCE IS USED AS A MEANS OF SOLVING DISPUTES BETWEEN DISGRUNTLED STUDENTS AND THEIR ADMINITRATION. AT THIS AGE WHEN DIALOGUE AND PROPER COMMUNICATION SHOULD BE USED, RATHER UNEDUCTAED POLICE MEN MARRED BY JELOUSY AND THE REPUGNANT ATTITUDE OF THIRD WORLD POLICE OFFICERS IS BEING USED. IT KILLS ME TO SEE A UNIVERSITY WHICH I WAS PART OF THE 700 STUDENTS THAT OPENED THE DOORS IN 1993 GO INTO THE ANALS OF HISTORY AS A PLACE WHERE SUCH A DEVASTATING INCIDENT IS HAPPENING. BUEA UNIVERSITY USE TO BE A PLACE TO BE BUT WITH THE PICTURES I HAVE SEEN HERE I DOUBT WITH ALL CONVICTION THAT APPELLATION. WE TALK OF AUTONOMY OF UNIVERSITIES IN CAMEROON IN PRINCIPLE, THIS HAVE AND WILL NEVER BE PUT INTO PRACTICE. OTHERWISE WHY DOES THE MINISTER BRING HIS IDEA OF MARGINALISING US THE ENGLISH SPEAKING CAMEROONIANS IN A UNIVERSITY THAT IS SUPPOSED TO BE THE IDENTITY OF THE ENGLISH MANS CULTURE IN TERMS OF EDUCATION. MOST OF US LIVE IN EUROPE TODAY NOT BECAUSE ITS THE MOST FORMIDABLE CHIOCE TO MAKE BUT BECAUSE AMONGST TWO EVEILS, ITS BETTER THAN CAMEROON. A COUNTRY YOU ARE BORN IN YET YOU ARE TREATED AS SECONT BECAUSE YOU ARE IN THE MINORITY. ITS BIZZAR IF NOT GROSTESQUE. HOW CAN A GROUP OF BRUTES DO THIS TO SATISFY THEIR BOND HOLDERS. BEHOLD THERE IS A GREAT GOD UP THERE SEEING THIS AND BELEIEVE SOME DAY IT WILL END THROUGH ANY FORM OR MEANS. WE CAMEROONIANS ARE HELPING TO WORSEN THE ALREADY DEGRADING STATE OF THINGS IN THAT COUNTRY BECAUSE WE ARE SO SELFISH AND LACK THE VISION ABOUT ACCOUNTABILITY IN THE FUTURE. FROM MINISTERS TO DIRECTORS, PRESIDENT AND EVERYONE, NO BODY EVEN PRETEND TO LOVE THAT COUNTRY BECAUSE IF THEY DID WE WOULD HAVE BEEN SURGING AHEAD. TODAY CAMEROON SEEMS LIKE IT HAS GONE 100 YEARS BEHIND SINCE NOVEMBER 6TH 1982. WHAT A SHAME. THE LAMBI, NGOHS ALL OF WHOM HAVE BEEN MY TEACHERS, MEN I RESPECTED AND HELD IN HIGH ESTEEEM HOW COME YOU GUYS SIT AND FOLD YOUR ARMS AND ALLOW THIS HAPPEN TO DEFENCELESS STUDENTS. ALL THE FOUL PLAY YOU GUYS USE TO SHOUT IN YOUR DAYS, WAS IT JUST AIMED AT SATISFYING YOUR SELFISH AMBITION OR YOU ACTUALLY DID HAVE THE INTEREST OF THOS YOU SERVE AT HEART. LAMBI THINK OF THIS STATEMENT YOU MADE IN AMPHI 1002 IN YAOUNDE IN 1992 "THE ANGLOPHONES HAVE BEEN TRAUMATISED IN THIS INSTITUTION". TODAY YOU HAVE THE MEANS TO SALVAGE THIS SITUATION, YET YOU FOLD YOUR ARMS AND LET THIS HAPPEN.
YOU GUYS REALLY DISAPPOINT ME AND THE IDEOLOGY WHICH YOU BROUGHT SOME OF US YOU THOUGHT

Roki of Shanghai

My heart bleeds each time i see students in the streets surrounded by policemen.It is so disappointing how higher institutions are governed in Cameroon.
Students too share part of the blame when we talk about university troubles especially UB.I think that this strike started in a rather disorganised fashion.I wish the students' union executive could have called for a strike action by asking students to quit classes and stay in their homes rather than leak tyres, smash glasses of administrative and private cars on campus.This would only be an opportunity for some illiterate policeman who couldn't make it to standard 6 to start unleashing his bullets on them regardless of the outcome because either way, he looses nothing.
I don't support the fact that the minister of higher education imposed an additional list on the university "just because he wanted to give more students opportunities". If that is true, then we should have had more opportunities in CUSS right next to his office in Yaounde.So all what he says about the additional list is a sham,a farce.
I advice my sisters and brothers in Buea to continue this strike action in an orderly manner. Stay indoors and boycott classes till their demands are met rather than running or stoning illiterate and jealous policemen on the streets.This can only lead to more casualties which is the last thing we want at this point in time.

Kumbaboy

Rexon,

You don't have to start a war. That would be walking into a violent trap. LRC is a master of violence. The SCNC's slogan vindicates the maturity of the people of Southern Cameroons.

This crisis in Cameroon will be resolved by dialogue. For a start, the facts are building their own momentum and are in favour of the Restoration of the Sovereignty of Southern Cameroons.

Riccardo


It is so easy to call for "WAR" while we all sit in the comfort of our living rooms enjoying 4 daily meals.

It shows how immature some of us living abroad are.

Any blood thrirsty fellow should go to Iraq where actions are. Cameroon will never turn into Rwanda.
Cameroonian Patriots will never let that happen.

CAADIM calls on every student to peacefully protest to avoid unwanted lost of human life.

May God bless the Republic of Cameroon!

Riccardo
CAADIM

Paa Ngembus

Riccardo Le Malhonnete,

Just fu ck off Bozo.

Who do you think you are preaching to Frenchie?

It is over.

La Republique Francaise du Cameroun has declared war on the Southern Cameroons and we shall fight to the end.

Today, tomorrow or in the future.

If we don't win our children will fight and after them the next generation until the Southern Cameroons is liberated.

This is our pledge and we shall be vindicated.

Nothing you do will stop the inevitable. I invite you to watch the movie "Omar Moktar" on the decolonization of Libya and you will know what I am talking about.

IT IS OVER filston.

So, you are now joining the frog chorus of blaming the BU students for the strike you bastard.

(Guys read the frog blogs. It is disheartening. Anyone of you who thinks frogs like Riccardo can reason is a dreamer. Read their blogs on this issue. They are blaming the students for this calamity. It is shameful.)

Riccardo you have declared where you stand in this fight. You support La Republique du Cameroun in her desire to annihilate the Southern camerons. Do not forget that my dear froggie Nazi. The blood of these dead kids is on your head you imp.

You shall one day pay for it.

We are cataloguing all the atrocities that you frogs are committing in the Southern Cameroons.

NOW NOTHING CAN STOP THE IMPENDING SPLIT OF THE CAMEROONS.

YOU HAVE DECLARED WAR ON US AND WE SHALL FIGHT IT TO THE END IF YOU REFUSE TO LEAVE OUR COUNTRY.

Our victory is assured.

Paa Ngembus
THE SOUTHERN CAMEROONS SHALL BE DECOLONIZED BY ANY MEANS NECESSARY

Paa Ngembus

In Case anyone forget.

Ngoh is Beti and a member ESSIGAN.

Find out whe his loyaties are.

Paa Ngembus
THE SOUTHERN CAMEROONS SHALL BE DECOLONIZED BY ANY MEANS NECESSARY

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