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Ndiks

Everywhere in the Southern Cameroons is terror,terror ,terrorrrrrrrrrrr,unabated one.Just when shall we secure the obliteratiopn of these colonial flafeets whose hallmarks is inflicticting injuries, bastinadoing us for wanting them out?Just when? It should be clear by now to the Suzerain,that,no amount of blitzkrieg will shake us into submission. The struggle continues.........

Donbon

"He who fights and run shall live to fight another day". It is quite obvious to all by now that Southern Cameroons will not gain her independence through peaceful sit-ins. A constant harassment of Southern Cameroonians by Cameroon's paramilitary forces even when they protest their rights to meaningful employment, to chose their place of work or not to work at all as in this Ndu Tea estate crisis demonstrate to all that Southern Cameroonians must organize to meet force with force or they will continue to suffer the indignity of being arrested in front of their children and wife/ves, being chased like Cutting grass (bush beef) in their own compounds and what not.
Too much talk and no action is what we are suffering from. Most Southern Cameroonians are able to make do with the little they have inspite of the economic and political repression giving them the sense that they are OK and making them less willing to rock the boat. Because most Southern Cameroonians have never experienced real freedom and prosperity, many do not really know what we are really missing and thus are contented with mediocrity, lack of opportunity and living under a state of seige. That it why it is important more than ever before to rally around the banner of a life with dignity and freedom from suppression and harassment.

rexon

All this baberic and cowardly action by La Republique should be a wake-up call for all southern Cameroonians. To assault or kill our completely innocent relatives, simply because they are asking for a respect of their rights is not something we should continue tolerating. All these terrorism is too much to bear by us. The earlier we understand that we have a moral responsibility to defend ourselves, the better. La Republique's actions amounts to sadistic and sickening savagery, almost beyond human comprehension. We should try our best to achieve our independence, otherwise, our children will have no future.

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