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Tuesday, 18 September 2007


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F. Ndefua

You see the odds only when you get sacked from the government of "La Republique du Cameroun" since it is no longer at you disposal for theft and corruption.

The Southern Cameroonians are there for all.


"In the sea of Politics, when drowned(UPC), you can cling even to the tail of a serpent(CPDM) for survival" Kodock
The serpent to which Kodock turned for survival: instead of leading him to the sea shore has taken him to the center of the sea, before dropping him. This is because Biya waited for UPCist to indentify themselves with the "rulling party". When he realised, the UPC has become inconsequential politically speaking;he dumped Kodock.
Kodock, the I can start whispering senister prophecies of comming catastrophy. You signed you dead warrant when you joined Biya and today you're only a dead man walking.


Wonders shall never end. Let this chief rat close his large smelling mouth and give us a break. Is he not ashamed to claim only now because he has been thrown away that the carniverous Etoudi man has killed democracy in Cameroon? When he stole the SDF victory in 1992 and has consistently perpetuated fraud in subsequent elections, this thief has never cried foul because he was gaining from it. Now that he has been dumped away, his eyes are opened. Let him stay quietly in the Bassa forest and eat all that he has stolen so far. May the fiend take his soul. Else he should go to France and report the carnivore of Etoudi to their new Master Sakozie. Swine


According to this swine called Kodok,democracy is when he is minister.When he is no longer minister, it means Biya has killed democracy. Let the moron go and eat shit.

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