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Friday, 05 January 2007

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bthegirl

Biya's epitaph--"zero mort". What else can one say or expect? The truth of the matter is that from their their vantage point all is well in Cameroon. Forget the end of year slip of the tongue by the President. Somebody wrote that for him and I bet that person will pay a heavy price when the powers that be realise that this person has made an ass of the President with such an asinine question.
In a civilised society disaffected workers have the right to go on strike for any number of reasons. In the uk, Thatcher, in the 80's placed a condition on this. Disaffected workers can only go on strike if a majority of the workforce ballotted agree.
Basically what I am saying is that Cameroon is a signatory of the International Labour Organisation. The rights of the Cameroon worker are protected by it's charter. Therefore I will strongly urge the Civil rights organisations in Cameroon to intervene in all these cases of arrest of striking Warders.
I love Cameroon. I wish......

rexon

Lies, Lies, Lies and all lies. This criminals masquerading as a government is towards its end time. They are claiming that nobody died in their jail riot, when independent sources like Reuters have comfirmed four dead. When two students were shot at UB for figthing fraud, they were described as "An assorted group of assailants armed with guns and rifles attacked the police station". Thesame criminal government in a bid to justify its evils placed military hardwares on the dead students bodies. what a shame and shallow mind!!

Who should we believe? A group of bandits masquerading as a government that have constantly lied to us or Reuters that is recognised worldwide for its objectivity?

La Republique du cameroun and all its functions are all grounded on falsehood. Shame to them.

rexon

The University Of Buea Students’ Strike:
Some Lessons From The Fallout

Injustice begets strike.
Strike is an instantaneous and effective way of calling injustice to order or neutralising it. It is rebellious because injustice carries ingredients of aggression .As a flash back; it was, thanks to the Sasse College students’ strike of 1958 that the quality of students’ food was improved and the incidence of stomach trouble and other related ailments on campus considerably reduced. So, strike works!
The boycotting of lectures and staying away from normal university activities as the students of UB did in November 2006 in protest to Yaounde’s provocative and fraudulent imposition of extraneous candidates on the School of Medicine is a typical example of a positive attempt to neutralise injustice. And coming as it did, at the peak of the nation’s widely publicised war on corruption, it should be admitted that by the strike, the students were fighting a significant battle against the endemic corruption that has bereft our educational and professional institutions of the excellence they once enjoyed. Against this background the students’ strike was right and proper and they deserve not only mere applause but standing ovation! Otherwise, the ongoing war on corruption is either meaningless or a wholesale deceit .Any resistance or revolt with the objective to overturn injustice is justified. But by exploiting the inability of an evidently sickly, frail, and temporarily imbalanced Vice-Chancellor to come to grips with the gravity of their crime that left at least two dead, the perpetrators craftily thrust the blame on the helpless VC and thereby wriggled themselves off the hook.
To the alibi the culprits tried to establish ,Prof Fame Ndongo ,the Higher Education Minister, added accusatory and derogatory statements, lies and ridicule to make Lambi look like a buffoon. He stated “…Informé de cette situation contraire a la décision ministerielle organisant le concours ,le Ministre de l′Enseignement Supérieur a immediatement ordonné le respect des textes reglementaires (publication des admissibilités par le president du jury et pris en compte des équilibres sociologigues, garants de l′integration et de la stabilité nationale)et a declaré nulle et de nul effet la liste signée illicitement par le Vice-Chancellor qui a du restes, reconnu publiquement sa faute devant les enseignants,les étudiants et les medias.( La Revelation No 092 du jeudi, de decembre 2006, p.2)
The fact that Prof .Fame Ndongo is now claiming to be an apostle of regional balance in the apportionment of public goods, when ,as one of the anointed power brokers of the regime he knows,deep-down he is only propounding a theory,is simple proof that he has been caught pants down, in his own wrongdoing.
By appealing to regional balance which their inordinate greed proscribes, the Minister has opened a can of worms .Why would the Minister regularise an act of irregularity by yet a grotesque act of irregularity? His regulatory text ordered the short-listing of the 72 top successful candidates in the written examination for orals .The Vice-Chancellor short-listed 127, a grievous offence one would say, and according to the enraged Minister, nearly all Anglophones. Then the learned Professor regularised the situation by increasing the already out of proportion number of 127 to153,81 candidates or nearly 120% in excess of his initial prescription of 72.In the process ,he increased the Anglophone quota he had bitterly criticised jeopardized regional balance! Sounds bizarre! And looks like Fame Ndongo is in a deal?
The students’ strike and its fatal consequences might have caught the Minister off-balance and an offhand defense was mandatory to appease the university community, the population, and the international community. At that decisive moment the offhand argument of regional balance sounded so plausible and convincing but little did the Professor know that this was only on the surface .The regional balance argument is hollow for the following reasons;
1) Since the thrust is on the apportionment of public goods between Anglophones and Francophones, the Minister should have cited the law he was relying on that gives the formula for the apportionment of public tangible and intangible goods between Anglophones and Francophones that Prof. Lambi violated. In the absence of such a law, the apportionment of places and other goods between Anglophones and Francophones depended on the whims of the learned Professors, and for one of them to turn around and accuse the other for using his sounds like “the pot calling the kettle black.”
2) Cameroonians and the rest of the world only came to know about Fame Ndongo’s regional balance fantasy when the irate students went on strike to denounce the Hon. Minister’s regional balance list of 26 candidates, a list they interpreted as being the product of corruption in high places.
If any such thing as regional balance existed, Prof.Lambi would have had no excuse for failing to apply the rules or principles laid down in that regard.Unfortunately, it would appear that Prof.Lambi was not the magician type Prof. Fame Ndongo thought him to be to be able to know the secret agenda of the Hon. Minister of Higher Education.
3) Professor Fame Ndongo was enraged because the 127 were nearly all Anglophones .According to him this was a mockery of regional balance. Then on his extraneous list of 26 that set the University ablaze, he reinforced the Anglophone component, thereby leaving the message that his scathing criticism of Anglophone preponderance on Lambi’s list and the whole idea of regional balance was a farce! So, is the Professor up to some mischief?.
4) Two medical schools where opened, one in Buea, the other in Douala. Why would Fame Ndongo be showing such keen interest only in regional balance statistics of Anglophone and Francophone intake in Buea and not in Douala? Curiously the intake at the Douala Medical school is 83 of which only 6 names ”…resembled names from the Anglophone provinces.”{Eden No 138 Wednesday, 27 December, 2006,P.2}. Suppose that the 6 are Southern Cameroonians, people of Southwest and Northwest origin,would this be the reginal balance of Prof. Fame Ndongo when it should be 17 following the country’s population distribution?
5) And talking generally about Prof. Fame Ndongo’s myth of regional balance of tangible and intangible goods between Anglophones and Francophones, you have two official languages, French and English, where French is constitutionally declared authentic and English counterfeit.How can you reject a people’s language and accept the people?Can legal tender and counterfeit compete for anything or even circulate freely?And in this Jewish -Gentile- like situation or master-slave relationProf. Fame Ndongo dares talk of reginal balance?
In light of the preceding exposé the regional balance argument is an invention and therefore cannot possibly be the reason for his imposition of 26 students on the University of Buea. The rumour that is floating through the country that 52 (fifty two) million FCFA changed hands prior to the imposition of the 26 obscured candidates seems to carry some credence. Bosco TCHOUBET for instance,questions:” Sur un tout autre plan qu′est-ce qu′on a foutre avec 153 candidats admissibles pour 60 places seulement? Si ce n′est pour les besoins de tripatouillage, qu′est-ce qui justifie une telle disparité? N′est-ce pas un Moyen de créer du gombo pour les organisateurs des concours? ” (La Révélation, No 092 du jeudi 06 decembre 2006, P.3). The “Gombo” referred to in the quotation above seems to strongly suggest that the 52(fifty two) million FCFA story, can not out rightly be dismissed.
And concerning this game of “give a dog a bad name to hang it,” of which Prof. Fame Ndongo is a master player, the respected Directeur de Publication of the French weekly newspaper Révélation, Bosco TCHOUBET, indignantly questions, inter alia,”…pourquoi Fame Ndongo sacrifie-t-il toujours ses collaborateurs chaque fois qu′il est en difficulté? Quel est le tort de Cornelius Lambi dans ce qui se passe a Buea? Est-ce lui qui a introduit la liste additive? C′est de commun accord avec le president du jury que la liste de 127 candidats admissibles a été afficheé? Pourquoi veut-on a present le sacrifier? Aller jusqu′ a le qualifier de member SCNC.est-ce de cette manniére qu’il faut traiter un collaborateur? Pourquoi du coté du Ministère de l′enseingnement supèrieur est-on prêt a tuer pour se maintenir aux affaires? Meme lorsqu′on a commis de gaffes?”(Op.Cit., p.3) A suicidal gaffe it indeed was!
A cross section of the media carries a similar story, a story that amounts to a bill of indictment. But because “l′impossible n′est pas Camerounais,”as Cameroonians are often reminded from above, the Hon.learned Professor Fame Ndongo has been issued a clean bill of health as can be clearly seen in the humiliation and sacking of Vice-Chancellor Cornelius Lambi. That is the reginal balance,that a crime is commited by people of one region and those of another are punished!
Apart from the lesson on dishonesty, corruption and treachery in high places by those we rate as people of some virtue, the most interesting and perceptive lesson is the introduction (albeit timidly) of the debate on the illegality and illegitimacy of the union between part of the former British Cameroons(Southern Cameroons) and the former French Cameroun(La Rep. du Cameroun).The appeal to regional balance between Anglophones and Francophones which Prof.Fame Ndongo had invented and was pursuing at UB Medical School and in the process left at least two dead and scores wounded,is surely an introduction to that debate .If the Anglophones and Francophones who are distinctive in every respect, confined themselves to their separate geographical circumscription, there would have been no basis whatsoever for Fame Ndongo to be pursuing regional balance in Buea from Yaounde that led to the crazy shooting of our people to death. We are asking, and the world is asking, how did a once self-governing and powerful people find themselves underdog, and all they had as a people with a destiny, destroyed or carried away including guns that Fame Ndongo’s people are now bringing back to kill our kith and kin with impunity? What happened to our legislature, our government, judiciary, Police Force and the rest of our state paraphernalia?
Yes we need to review the contract that brought us where we are. Is there any contract at all?
Regional balance without basis is escapism and will never resolve the problem of sending troops from Yaounde or Douala and other parts of La Republique to kill people indiscriminately in Buea, Bamenda, Victoria, Ndu, Ndop, Mamfe, Nkambe, and other parts of Southern Cameroons in the mythical name of regional balance. It is unimaginable how a thing can have a beginning without having an end.
The carrying out of smear campaigns against Prof Lambi, calling him SCNC and making some other disparaging remarks about the SCNC as Prof.Fame Ndongo is doing ,is again escapism that does not and can never resolve the basic question of how a once self-governed and powerful people became powerless and completely dispossessed of all they ever had as a nation. .Prof.Fame Ndongo knows that the aim and purpose of the Southern Cameroons National Council (SCNC) and its sister organisations is to address that basic question, which is being addressed here at home, and at the international political arena. The continuous pretense that all is well because Prof.Fame Ndongo’s people and government, are armed to the teeth with weapons of intimidation and mass destruction which they are unceasingly and indiscriminately experimenting on our peace loving people and getting away with it, is a crime against humanity and a great cause for concern.
Since the Hon. Professor Fame Ndongo this time around has by his regional balance theory, willy-nilly, introduced the debate, we invite him and his government to remain open, and provide a climate of peace and congeniality for the ignorant masses to be educated on the sour relationship between Southern Cameroons and La Republique du Cameroun (Anglophones and Francophones).The SCNC should not be seen as a taboo. After all, on this basic question of illegality the SCNC and the government of La Republique have clashed at the United Nations High Council for Human Rights (UNHCHR) in Geneva and are clashing before the African Commission On Human and Peoples Rights (ACHPR) in Banjul, The Gambia. Is there anytimg to hide? Therefore pretending that all is well by using threats and death to suppress the SCNC in an attempt to forestall the debate is hypocrisy. This dog-eat-dog approach to the problem is unhealthy and dangerous
Denying the people the truth is not being accountable to the people who have put you where you are and to whom you have pledged to be accountable. It is a crime against those people, a crime against humanity.
We look forward to a change of heart in 2007, a year that as one of the elected Vice-Presidents of the General Assembly of the United Nations,La Republique du Cameroun is expected to uphold and promote the Charter of The United Nations and its Resolutions.


to be continued.

Ma Mary

"Lie and conceal." Those are the principal management tools of failing states and corporations. In this media savvy world, with people cynical and jaded by years of false promises and lies, smart corporations (and countries) no longer do that. They endeavor to report the truth as soon as possible and to make amends. Not so la republique. In the 70s there was a report on the BBC about a train derailment or collission on the Yde-Douala track that resulted in the deaths of >100ppl. No mention on Camerounese news. It was quashed. It came on BBC though, but once you heard it, it was reported around only thru whispers because if one of bloody francocamerounese tyrant Ahidjo's numerous spies heard, you could dissappear into BMM or some concentration camp for "subversive speech".

Camerounese got not credibility. No word of these jokers is worth a penny.

Ma Mary

Someone kindly clue us on the death of a certain General Mpecke. He is an important lieutenant of Biya's in the neighbouring LRC, a fellow rosicrux occultist and confidant. Apparently he could not get to france or even yde in time to reverse a heart attack. What are the facts on this and what is their significance.

Watesih

Ma Mary,
Let me start with the significance,
and say as smart as you are,you won`t expect something from the aftermath of the death of an inconsequential military chalatan.I call him chalatan,because these guys have really never fought a war,but you see them climb the rungs of the military with the speed of light.Few years ago ,he was promoted to the rank of Brigadier General,for his role in cautioning his ailing rosicrucian friend Biya not to settle the Bakassi issue through arms.What makes him shine is his status of a necromancer,than a General who led a military expedition.Infact this man who is a native of Kribi was said to be the human face of Mamiwater.Even the Pope had to ask for the Archdiocese Ebolowa-Kribi to be divided into two ,because he was infesting all the christians in this area ,transforming them into rosicrucians.Ma Mary this guru could not entertain for a moment the prospect of engaging Nigeria in war and losing,but had enough mysticism to warn Biya
not to undertake one of his numerous outings to Europe.Biya did not heed to his advice ,and when he flew into our airspace on his way back,the wheels of the airplane refused to descend.They had to make several rounds ,and when these wheels finally came out your man Biya was just a block of ice at that time.When Titus Edzoa became a thorn in Biya`s flesh ,and even dreamt aloud of entering the shoes of his master,Genaral Benae Mpecke is said to have engaged in a mystical war with him,until Edzoa proved to be the master ,when Benae`s home suddenly
caught fire.General Mpecke arrived the scene ,and said to everyone`s hearing that Edzoa had wanted to strike him.This is the last straw that sent Biya into tantrums ,and he immediately ordered for Edzoa`s arrest,for he knew that if Edzoa could strike somebody responsible for his security,then he himself would just be a small potato.
Ma Mary Biya`s Lieutenants have never really meant anything to Cameroonians.Their mysticism has not brought any good to us,so his death has no significance.We cannot pretend that it will weaken Biya.The other hungry-looking one, Rene Owona died almost two years ago,but this had little effect on Biya,because he was still able to come up with ELECAM,he has just asked his friends to take leave from active swindling and take a rest in Kondengui,his Ministers can still release hardened criminals from jail like Fon Doh at will.
Ma Mary,i`m rather interested in the part you say he could not get to Yaounde or France in time to reverse a heart attack.
Here you are just highlighting the way nature catches up on all this people like the Mpecke,Saddam,Milosevic,Pinochet.So we discover that money could not jump out of his stuffed bank account in France,hire a plane to evacuate him.This same money will be used by the French to invest around the world.Cameroonians would have loved to see all of them suffer heart attacks simultaneously,but you know the French always say,"Un Mpecke peut en cacher un autre" ,so there`s no short supply of occultists ,and confidants.When Titus Edzoa is sent to prison,Rene Owona is there,when Rene dies,Ferdinand Oyono is there,when he takes ill,Mpecke stands guard,and when Mpecke passes on,Inoni Ephraim takes the baton.

pandaks

Ma Mary,
I will scratch the surface.
Gen Benae Mpecke –Very interesting Figure. To call him a Biya confident is an understatement. He quickly ascended the military ranks after the “84 Coup” for his military loyalty. He belongs to all the cults that H.E. belongs to, and well regarded.
His role to his H.E. is not like what FBI does in guarding the US president, this is so upclose and personal! The man prefers operating under the radar. He was above all international secret service military advisers.

Modus Operandi:
H.E. will not travel without Benae’s blessing i.e. he changes, the day, time, route etc. You have heard rumors that in an occasion H.E. may not shake hands with some people, it is true and that is Benae at work. You have heard that sometimes when H.E. is coming from Europe, the road from the airport to Etoudi (basically cutting across the entire city-nightmare for business people and city dwellers) is blocked for 6-8hrs-then he takes instead the presidential helicopter from the Y’de int airport to Etoudi. The current shape and structure of Cameroon military is Benae i.e. how many generals, how many should come from central and South provinces (majority), retire all capable and technical Anglophones qualified for promotion (keep Tataw, he is too old to do anything-if you remove him, you will need to bring fresh blood that may not be easily controlled); Ivo (another loyalist) is right here at the presidency and cannot do jack. Recruitment into Emia was mostly Betis and Ewondos, when that was later uncovered, what did he do? Most Cameroonian Military trainees in the US, Europe etc on government sponsor are Betis and Ewondos- people cannot keep track.
Benae’s recommendations were to lock up Titus Edzoa and throw away the keys to teach any fool not to even think about it………..

He is a super rich man, had a limitless budget. Own several businesses, yes tax free. How dare you? Owns the best beach hotel in Cameroon- in Kribi. Labour, maintenance, security-military men. His son is CPDM parliamentarian from Kribi.

I will actually like to know what this means going forward for H.E. from any insider. The general appeared to have been in good health, so this is so abrupt.


Ma Mary

Watesih and pandaks, thanks. I did not know who this 'muttha' was. Life and death are full of surprises. There are those rendered with an opportunity for greatness, who chose instead, the power grab.

These characters read like magical realism, like something from
100 Years of Solitude by Gabriel Garcia Marquez impossibly rich in a rotten way and degenerate, weirder than any fiction. Biya more and more sounds like an evil coward, completely without honour. One of these mornings he shall drop suddenly dead, or will die in an aircraft bound for France or Germany of an emergency treatable by modern technology, which could not take root in his country because he squandered money on silly luxuries and superstitions.

Fellas, go on. More about this entourage of chimeras and other sordid spirits.

Ma Mary

You may recall another fellow called Sani Abacha, who presided over Nigeria's worst nightmare. In sheer trauma, the Civil War superceded all, but at least it was about ideals and serious matters. Sani Abacha was the first person ever to crush the ebullient Nigerian spirit through sheer evil.

His state house was a veritable camp of marabouts who appeared from all over Africa to cook him and to twart his enemies. He forever wore dark shades, not so much to affect mystery, as to conceal his yellow eyes, the product of an incurable liver ailment. He always had a gun within reach. Paranoid fellow, he slept during the day and stayed awake at night. He found temporary release in the company of strange women, whose services were purchased from all over the world, and he would try to bed multiple whores a night. He was one of the early adopters of the blue pill, Viagra, which possibly did not agree with his decrepit liver and did him in during one of his marathon sex sessions.

As he did all this damage, his Lebanese wife went on a spree of plunder and foreign currency arbitrage, that was simply mind boggling. The story of these weird characters must be told so that people do not forget. We do not want them. We should stop tolerating them. Why do predominantly psychopaths seem to attain power in Africa?

Akoson

Watesih and Pandaks, that's a very good show there. You guys must be in keeping of the day to day life of those Beti-run Yaounde colonial junta. I can't get tired reading such pieces. They're very informative. We want more!

Ma Mary, we need more about these African despots both past and present. How about Idi Amin? Throw the vibes! But I'd like more about Biya.

Tayong and Fon, I'm addressing you with regards to the proposal you made about coming up with a more effective strategy of reaching the Southern Cameroonian man on the streets. May I just inform you that at least 180 Cameroonians leave the country for greener pastures, out of this number at least over a hundred are Southern Cameroonians(...reported the Ocean City Radio in Limbe on the Programme 120 minutes life). Now what I'm trying to put across is that there's an ever increasing number of Southern Cameroonians living abroad with internet service. I give you a simple example...not less than 99% of Southern Cameroonians who live and work in China have got free 24 hours/day internet service. You may be surprise to learn that more than 1000 Southern Cameroonians teach English in China. A majority of this number visit the postnewsline on a regular basis. Now a good number of them as apolitical and unwiling as they are do not know these basic facts, figures and History of the Southern Cameroons. I recently quoted an incident I'd with some of them...'graduates of History'. That is just the case with China. What of Europe and the entire Americas?

Tayong and Fon, we shouldn't underestimate the numbers we reach through this forum. If these numbers we reach bother to extend another hand to at least a Southern Cameroonian then the web of information would keep extending and extending and extending. However, I do not deny that a greater portion of the work needs to be done on the ground. We're thinking hard about that and I'm certain that if we tackle it from these two bearings, then they'll without a single iota of doubt sum up a sensible whole.

My Dearest Southern Cameroonians, as you must have noticed it is not my style to choke you up with lengthy write ups. I couldn't stay without reacting to the nice suggestions Fon and Tayong offered. So to say therefore, we wouldn't have any informative materials for today about our motherland. But continue to reflect on the past information...that is the Southern Cameroons 80 years of British connection which makes it a typical Anglo-saxon heritage and therefore not culturally, politically, Historically and morally compartible with that of the FROGS.

...Coming up in the hours ahead is the Southern Cameroons under international tutelage where we shall see that the Southern Cameroons was under international tutelage with the status of a class ‘B’ territory, first as a British Mandated Territory of the League of Nations from 1922-1945, and then as a British administered United Nations Trust Territory from 1946 to 1961.

I'm pretty sure that you would like this one. Really interesting...trust me!

Don't go away!

The SON!

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