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Sunday, 30 September 2007


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These type of news are just very good for Cameroon tribune. It is not good for a Southern Cameroonian newspaper like the postnewsline as it entails a tale of satirical discourse, red-herring and unending tale of rhetorical statements and choruses that the Southern Cameroonian people are tired of hearing.

When will some of these people ever learn to stop ridiculing themselves? After openly acknowledging that they have turned this once great Southern Cameroonian party to a little more than a think-tank for Biya to cherry-pick ideas from, they are now telling us that they have finally succeeded in dragging it to an NGO’s with a protest group objective. If I may ask, how would these politicians create these free and fair elections it has been craving? By sleeping at pooling stations? Or have they forgotten this objective? Will this chairman sleep at all pooling stations as he slept in santa and got results? If he is teaching us that sleeping without IEC can create free and fair elections, why could’nt the people who slept at Buea defend their votes.

And Mr Chairman, you openly told us that just one politician can create storm in Yaounde. Why do you need many? Why don’t you allow the CPDM to take all the seats they want and take just one, or at best be contented with the ones you have been given? Oh someone, Jua, who was one of the money told us they give you money. That they in this parliament contribute a certain percentage of their monthly salaries and allowances to you. So the more you have in Yaounde, the more money you are entitled to. Is that why you want many now and not the one? And if you can pretend, (yes pretend) that you have respect for the people who are supporting this party, why don’t you respect their populous thought that you are better off boycotting this thing in Yaounde called parliament and carry your people to Buea? It is clear to all that it would be unwise for mature Southern Cameroonians to keep clapping hands in a foreign land year after year, while temporizing and begging for their ideas to be cherry-picked among the many ridiculous ones discussed there. At best there is business here. We can all agree that it is a business to color a democracy.

All this is summing up to something. That these people are struggling to create fresh embarrassment to the Southern Cameroonian people. At its best, they are bent on ridiculing us to the international community as this party will always be seen as a Southern Cameroonian thing. The central issue that matters to the Southern Cameroonian people now is their independence. Anyone speaking to them ought to be going straight to these issues. In such vein, I call on all southern Cameroonians even those at douala to boycott these charades called elections. It is La Republiques thing that should have nothing, virtually nothing to do with Southern Cameroonians. Even Etame Massoma (one time colonial governor) asked us not to interfere on their july 22’nd polls. So lets just stay out of this distraction that is gradually hissing out of our political consciousness and concentrate on our independence.

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