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Shalom

A state of emergency imposed after LIVE BULLETS again stroke. How many Cameroonian youths will be killed in Buea, Abong-Mbang, Kumba, Bamenda and... before we know that Cameroon is in a state of undeclared civil war. A panic-stricken government which cannot allow its citizens express their grievances, listen and attend to such is not only criminal but uncivilized and should not sit with civilized nations. Watch and see what the so called international community will do. Or it is only when their nationals are kidnapped like in the Niger Delta that they know that people are serious.
In any case, this should be the very last drop of blood spilled from the veins of an unarmed Southern Cameroonian. Either we openly declare the war and fight it with equal power or we cow down and not protest about any thing.
By the way, what is that Kouam man still doing in that town in spite of all the numerous administrative lapses reported about him of late?

Paa Ngembus

Fellow Southern Cameroonians,

Stand ready.

The time to liberate our country is fast approaching.

The colonizer understands just the language of violence, so violence must be met with retribution for these devils to leave our country.

For each Southern Cameroonian that is killed by the colonizer's bullet, use the Malcolm X approach, kill three of the colonizer's thugs with or without uniforms.

The day of rekoning is fast approaching.

Stand ready to aid in your liberation.

We have been at war and you are just witnessing an escalation.

This is your liberation bekoning.

Time to act on "SOUTHERN CAMEROONS FREEDOM".

Later.

Paa Ngembus
THE SOUTHERN CAMEROONS SHALL BE LIBERATED BY ANY MEANS NECESSARY.

londoner

I feel really distressed about the situation in Cameroon and think we are sleep-walking into civil war.

londoner

I feel really distressed about the situation in Cameroon and think we are sleep-walking into civil war.

For how much longer can the people take it?

My heart is really broken

simplice

"For each Southern Cameroonian that is killed by the colonizer's bullet, use the Malcolm X approach, kill three of the colonizer's thugs with or without uniforms" by Pa Ngembus

Pa Ngembus, move to Cameroon and set an example. Stop inciting voilence gentleman. Haven't you gone through Martin Luther Kings Speeches aswell?. To quote him in verbatim:"we must ever conduct our struggle on the high plain of dignity and decipline. Our fight should not lead to distrust of all white men".(I Have a Dream).
keep your comment flowing

londoner

Dear Paa Ngembus,

I think you are out of order, especially at a time like this. Why are you asking for innocent Cameroonians to be killed who have nothing to do with Biya's regime just because they are Francophones. Brother I do not think that is they way to go.

Also, I read somewhere that the students rioting were Francophone students from CCAS Kumba who were protesting against power cuts. So maybe some killed were Francophones? Does this mean you rejoice over their deaths because they are the "colonizer"?

My condolences to all the families affected by this madness in Cameroon

simplice

Wonderful Londoner

UnitedStatesofAfrica

well said Londoner and simplice.
Paa Ngembus is a filthy coward. A rabble rouser who sits comfortably in his one-room apartment in Europe and stirs up violence and instability in Cameroon. As simplice said Ngembus, go to Cameroon and set the example. Put your wife, children and grandparents on the front line of the battlefield and fight. When you see how the rape your wife and slaughter your children, I will see how you will open your filthy mouth and praise war.
The era of diplomacy has not been lost. Diplomacy can still be used to solve issues. Instead of advocating for violence, diplomacy shoulD be on top of your agenda. Have you seen what is happening in Iraq? have you seen the ordeal in Somalia? have you seen what is happening in Sudan?
It is due to nincompoops like you that the world is the way it is today. It is due to irrational block-heads like you that innocent children die everyday.
You are advocating for the murder francophones, what have the poor grandmothers in Bassa done to you? what have the poor children in Bamelike done to you? is your problem with Biya and his regime or is your problem with them? isn't that prejudice and racism? you open your LARGE mouth every day to criticize the white man for racism and exploitation while you are practicising it in your own backyard? what have the poor buyam-sellam in Bafoussam done to you? did they fix your fake asylum papers? did they refuse to give you a job? are they responsible for your problem?
You are comfortable in Europe but then you advocate for a Darfur-like scenario in Cameroon. You bloody hypocrite, filthy pig. Useless objects like you should be tossed in the trash and left to rot for eternity.
NONSENSE!!!!!!!

UnitedStatesofAfrica

If the post moderator wants to block any user, it should be Paa NgemGOAT. The forum should be open only to innovative thinkers who are willing to use diplomacy, sensitivity, and wisdom to tackle pertinent issues.

UnitedStatesofAfrica

Ma Mary, Legima Doh, Rexon, red flag and all the SCNC loyalists on this forum, I am waiting to see if you guys will criticize your comrade Paa Ngembus for his loose mouth. I am waiting to see your reaction towards his comment. From your reaction, I will truly know the type of people you are. Mind you, if you ignore his comment then you are all HYPOCRITES.
waiting.....

Ngumbaman

UnitedStatesofAfrica,you haven't even for a second sent words of condolences to the bereaved families and the first thing that comes to your mind is to pour out invectives at people.What sort of uncultured fellow is this? What modicum of decorum did you inherit from your parent?What you've written above proves that you are more angered with people's reactions than with the situation at hand.
If you were so angelic as u claim and dipolmatic you would've not gone to the extent of throwing abuses at people when they are emotionally at their lowest ebbs.What is the difference between you and the people you have mentioned?Pray your God that this forum protects peoples true id's,you would've been preparing to live all your God forsaken life in the US or wherever u are and never dream of returning to Cameroon for the sake of your life.Idiot

Paa Ngembus

Complice,
You have not seen anything yet. In my books what Malcolm X did contributed as much to the liberation of African Americans as the actions of MLK. Do you know why Malcolm X always said "BY ANY MEANS NECESSARY"?

Londoner,
Colonizers thugs is not equal to francophones except you think the two are synonyms. Those kids killed are Southern Cameroonians, francophone or anglophone is irrelevant. The kids are Southern Cameroonians. Those who killed them should pay the price, francophone or anglophone is irrelevant. The thugs belong to the colonizer. It is due to the colonization of the Southern Cameroons that this is happening if you get my drift. So the buffoons must be thrown out by force if need be. And they shall be thrown out.

USAfrica,
Don't worry, we will not start with worthless "little" men like you. I hate cowards. Put your long tail between your girly legs and get lost little bastard. The reason you are angry is because you know I am telling the truth.

BTW, I am Bassa if any of you did not know, so I could as well beclassified as francophne.

I AM HOWEVER A RED BLOODED SOUTHERN CAMEROONIAN.

It is becuase of cowards like you and the French butchery that we are witnessing now in Kumba, that my parents and grandparents were forced to flee Bassa land in the 1950s.

It is because of the Southern Cameroons that I ever saw the light of day and I shall forever remain grateful and loyal to the Southern Cameroons.

And yes Complice I am ready to die for the Southern Cameroons. This is no joke. just wait and see.

As for ungrateful brattish sons of ragtag UPC refugees like USAfrica, all I can say is that the buffoon is lost. He does not know his identity. Pitiful little pig.

A+

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

UnitedStatesofAfrica

Paa NgemGOAT, I have you right where I wanted you. Your own words are coming back to hunt you.


"It is becuase of cowards like you and the French butchery that we are witnessing now in Kumba, that my parents and grandparents were forced to flee Bassa land in the 1950s."- Paa Ngembus

Because you are a francophone yourself, you have finally agreed that not all francophones are evil. From your above statement, you show how the problem with Cameroon is with the government that persecutes the people. Your statement also shows that even francophones are being persecuted by the government.

Let's see your other statement

"For each Southern Cameroonian that is killed by the colonizer's bullet, use the Malcolm X approach, kill three of the colonizer's thugs with or without uniforms."- Paa Ngembus

How can this be when you just stating that not all francophones are evil? how can this be when you are just stating that even francophones like yourself are being persecuted by the government?
see how you are contradicting yourself? Can you see? you are even contradicting your own SCNC ideology by accepting that the problem with Cameroon is because of the government and not because of ALL FRANCOPHONES.
Paa Ngembus, the problem with you is that you are arrogant. You are battling with some sort of chronic depression and it makes you get very bitter. The bitterness in your heart has prompted you to become extremely arrogant, violent and loose. You mix your emotions with reason and it shows in your writing.
So Paa Ngembus I say thank you. Thank you for contradicting yourself, supporting my point and making yourself look like a complete and utter MORON. Thank you very much.

Paa Ngembus

USAfrica,

I really hate numbskulls who lack the ability to analyze simple English sentences.

Southern Cameroonians are both Anglophones and Francophones. I am a Southern Cameroonian who can be classified as Francophone.

Citizens of La Republique are both Francophones and Anglophones.

So my little imp note this:

FRANCOPHONE != COLONIZER THUG.

Got it numbskull?

I don't care what the problem is with your La Republique and her government.

I care what the problem is with The southern Cameroons.

La Republique has colonized the Southern Cameroons. Bad things like the current killings of these kids in Kumba are happenning in the Southern Cameroons because of the colonization.

So the colonizer must be thrown out.

What happens in La Republique and the government of La Republique is your problem OK.

I am too intelligent to self contradict.

Little nincompoop.

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

Paa Ngembus

USAfrica,

One more clarification for you Numbskull,

A FROG = A CITIZEN OF LA REPUBLIQUE

GOT it my "little" ragamuffin?

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


truth teller

I accuse all the Bamenda people, all the graffitious people of fueling this latest incident in Kumba. I accuse those people from the highlands who have settled in kumba for provoking these events. And I will tell you why, how can you bite the finger that feeds you? These people have settled and they have been welcome, but whenever there is a strike in the SW, property is destroyed. When and where did a simillar event occur in the NW province?. People of the SW province, I tell you, the enemy is within, the enemy has been found out. The enemy is the NW people who are happily leaving in Kumba. This people have succeeded in turning one of the most prosperous towns in Cameroon into a joke. How do they do it? they just don't care! How? they vote SDF even though they know SDF is worse than CPDM. Anybody who loves Kumba would not burn down any buildings. Any body who loves Kumba would not vote SDF. CPDM may be horrible no doubt about that, but any sane person in Cameroon now knows SDF is worse by all accounts. How can you live in Kumba and then vote for sufferings, because that's what you do every time you vote SDF.
I accuse the SDF and the Bamenda people for these latest troubles. So I say to you, your fifteen minutes of fame is over. Very soon we will take back our town and we will do it at night.
This is not a warning, it is war. War against those graffis destroying Cameroon.

Watesih

Calm down people! Don`t let emotions run wild.A dictatorship is a dictatorship.It eats its own children irrespective of their tribe, political affiliation.Those who were killed in AbongMbang three weeks ago died for the same reason,the students shot in UB died because they stood up against impunity, the nine at Bepanda were shot just because of a gas bottle .We can go on ,and on.These are the activities of a regime that is awe-struck, and walking down the last mile of its existence.The simple thought of losing grip on power in 2011 has made them restless,and will always use a hammer to kill a fly in situations that would have been handled with levelheadedness.The horrific chain of events that we are witnessing is just a lead in to what is awaiting this country at the verge of the power transition in 2011.This predatory nature of the Biya regime is particularly evident in the North,and South West Provinces ,because it is the strong hold of the opposition.

simplice

"UnitedStatesofAfrica,you haven't even for a second sent words of condolences to the bereaved families and the first thing that comes to your mind is to pour out invectives at people.What sort of uncultured fellow is this? What modicum of decorum did you inherit from your parent?" by Ngumbaman
Mr Ngumbaman. Two wrongs don't make a right. After lampooning USAfrica, you still fail to set the example;you still fail to express sympathy towards the families concern. Is this not another version of your unexamplary character?.
As for me, I think USAfrica's stand on the issue is a sound and noble one.

simplice

"I accuse all the Bamenda people, all the graffitious people of fueling this latest incident in Kumba. I accuse those people from the highlands who have settled in kumba for provoking these events....."by TruthTeller

Mr Truthteller, you've lost your mind.I wonder which dictionary you used to derive that self imposed pseudonyme.I don't think you merit a place on this forum. Here, we advocate diplomacy and dialogue. Freedom of expression isn't synonymous to freedom of "advocating antiquated babaric solutions" to existing Cameroonian problems. I think you don't merit a place in the 21th century.

simplice

Mr Paa Ngembus. I still do not find any wisdom in all your eplainatory postings,aimed at cleansing your image from the ignoble opinion we now have of you.
USAfrica, has used the Socratic Irony to lay bear your overt Hypocrasy. He futher went to challenge those who flock with you to take a stand regarding the "undiplomatic comments" erred by you. I think you must have drunk before erring such bad laundry. Just confirm this and we might mitigate our down-to-earth esteem of you.
Rexonists of this forum must comment on Paa Ngembus' stand.Waiting.

Big Joe

Terrible indeed and my condolence to the bereaved families. This is an indication that things will never change except something drastic is done.

Fon

Cameroon is really in anarchy; a country where one can do just anything and go free. I know that in situations like this, shooting must be authorised! Who authorised the shooting? Why must live bullets be always used on unarmed demonstrators? Why all this in Cameroon?
At the time I am writing, there is a state of emergency in Parkistan that is semi military rule. Despite the state of emergency, there are still demonstrators on the streets; police are using other means available to disperse the demonstrators.Cases of shooting have not been reported. If it was in Cameroon, we would have been counting deaths as a result of shooting in thousands.
I have seen more serious violent demonstrations around the world, and police use only water canon to disperse demonstrators. Why is it that Cameroon does not value human life which is more than any other thing in this world?
Cameroonians should start reflecting on what to do inorder to correct the current anarchy.
May the souls of these children rest in perfect peace and may the Almighty God reward the killers with the right coins.

rexon

This is the result of our continues tolerance of this very evil Biya regime. Over 25 years, we have allowed the Biya regime grow as one of the most demonic regime this world can produce. They now think they can even kill us anytime they want and go free. Even abroad, Cameroonians are still bold enough to be militating in this very demonic cult called the CPDM. Look at what they are always doing: lies telling, fraud, occultism, killings, etc.

As far as i am concerned, it is the moral responsibility of every rightminded Southern Cameroonian to distance themselves from anyone who have anything to do with the demonic cult called the CPDM. They are directly responsible for these killings. There is no way CPDM supporters and sympatisers can claim to be innocent. Their hands are all spilled with the blood of all the innocent people that have been killed because they are the ones giving the impression that these cult is not responsible for all the crimes commited against our people. Even if it is your mother who is supporting or sympatising with this demonic cult, please, do distance yourself peacefully from them. That is the only way we can prove that we have completely rejected this Biya regime.

Plastic

FELLOW CAMEROONIANS PLEASE SHOW SOME MATURITY AND STOP ARGUING AND ABUSING YOURSELVES. THERE'S CATASTROPHY IN KUMBA AND ALL YOU DO IS SHOW HOW DIVIDED YOU COULD BE. LET US APPEAL FOR HELP FROM THE LEADERS OF AFRICA TO TAKE THIS MATTER AS ONE OF GREAT CONCERN. PLEASE TALK ABOUT THE ISSUED AT HAND AND STOP ABUSING EACH OTHER. THANKS

Legima Doh

People of the Southern Cameroons,the Great Day of Jehovah is at hand,and there is a tarrying of it.It is said,in the last days there shall be critical times hard to deal with.Yes,Armaggedon is breaking loose in our motherland.I am deeply aggrieved by the plethora of manslaughter and murder that are perpetrated in the Southern Cameroons by agents and forces of La republique.My heartfel t sympathy goes to the bereaved families and all the Southern Cameroonians who at such difficult moments are in untold misery.
I terribly abhor the kind of faint hearted wisdom that some display in this forum.The pretense too is reprehensible.Then there is confusion due to lack of true understanding and acceptance of the real nature of the plight of the Southern Cameroons.Yes,it is a matter of concern should la republique wage a war on her citizens.We would be concerned as another nation.Then also,it is a more serious matter of concern when la republique wages a war on a different nation that is is neocolonizing.This augurs an international confrontation.Look at the cpdm and the Sdf.Look at the way our brethren are confused about them.some have come to say the Sdf is worse than the Cpdm.Some say the Cpdm is worse.The bottom line is that all of these are not good for the southern cameroonians.At such a moment,it is vital for us to rethink what the way forward is,to rethink what our identity is supposed to be and then honestly tell ourselves what we have been reaping in the cpdm and sdf.Police shot students in UB,Kumba,shot motorcyclists in Bamenda,shot unarmed civilians in Bamenda and so on and so forth.
Our land must be cleared of the Cpdm and the Sdf as well.I give all wise members of this forum a clarion call to devote all their time,money,material and intellectual effort to the course for the gamut of liberation for the people of the Southern Cameroons.We must not cower down to la republique.We must be very brave like Paa Ngembus and robust.War must not be looked upon as a mild issue.It is a very vehement issue and that is why Paa Ngembus 'talk is hard.There are also different approaches which necessarily are not contradictory but complimentary like of Malcom X and Martin Luther King.

The week is of mourning and devotion to prayers.

Legima Doh,
ScNc

simplice

"We must be very brave like Paa Ngembus and robust.War must not be looked upon as a mild issue.It is a very vehement issue and that is why Paa Ngembus 'talk is hard" by Legima Doh

Is this some express or tacit endorsement of Paa Ngembus' ill-inspired comment?. Mr Legima, where is your line of march as regards Paa Ngembus incitement to voilence?.

simplice

"Even if it is your mother who is supporting or sympatising with this demonic cult, please, do distance yourself peacefully from them" by Rexon

What example have you set?.What are your ties with your CPDM elderman; praying on the first bench of the CPDM-Cult for Biya to stay in power after 2011?.
Mr Rexon, this forum will also happily have your opinion on Paa Ngembus incitement to voilence.

simplice

Plastic that was a good remark

rexon

Simplice,

I have long distanced myself from my own relatives who are CPDM. Get it clear from today that we dont speak to each other and as long as he is still sympatising with that demonic cult, i will NEVER speak with him. And it is not only him, i have uncles who have decamped to the CPDM and we will NEVER speak with each other as far as i am concerned.

Concerning Pa Ngembus, his call for terrorists to be driven out of our land should not be misinterpreted as a call for violence. There is already violence everywhere and violence begets violence. Two wrongs does not make a right same as one wrong. It is our right to drive out all terrorists in our land who are against our quest for an independent statehood.

Comrade Doh,

That was the truth cited there. Keep up, you are really a great gentleman.

Greatmove

You, Paa Ngumbius, you are one of those people who will sell what you are claiming to be fighting for one day. When biya will buy you, you will stay quite. Do you even know one francophone cameroonian was shot almost to dead in Buea? this is the time we all have to put our heads up and try to liberate ourselves from this vampire regime that wants to take all the youths lives away rather than trying to split Cameroonians. biya and his troops are planting hell but don't know.

Paa Ngembus

Complice,

I am surprised you still don't know this Paa Ngembus.

Paa Ngembus do not apologize to buffons who lack the analytical skills to understand what Paa Ngembus writes.

If you like to join the ranks of idiots like USAfrica, be my guest.

I will gwet back to the rest of you later.

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

U-roy

dialogue and diplomacy should prevail

red flag

all these weaklings/cowards who are bull dogs. you bark but cant bite, who critise
paa ngembus, show me who in you wont shoot
a french-negro-policeman, if he had one. when his mother, sister or uncle is slain by these evil-foreign policemen?
paa ngembus is right, thats just how justice is done every where in the world. the 2 cameroons, one beeing colonize by the french, doesnt have the
law into their hands, OFFICER ARE NOT ALLOWED TO FIRE LIVE BULLETS ON PEACEFUL, UNARMED DEMONSTRATORS.PERIOD.
NO EXCUSE, ITS WRITTEN ON THE INTERATIONAL
HUMAN RIGHT SCRIBE OF THE UN, BUT LA REPUBLIQUE HAS TAKEN UPON ITSELF TO BE THE FIRST BLACK NATION ON EARTH TO COLONIZE
ANOTHER BLACK NATION AND BRUTALIZE,ASSASINATE THIS NATIONS CITIZENS, RAPE, EXPLOITE AND GO FREE WITHOUT, ANY PUNISHMENT, ELSEWHERE THE CITIZENS WOULD PEAK UP ARMED AND SHOOT EVERY POLICEMAN.GERDAME. MILITARY ON SIGHT.
SOO, PAA NGEMBUS IS RIGHT. AFTER POLICE KILLED OUR BROTHERS IN BUEA, TWICE, RAPE OUR SISTERS, KILLED OUR PARENTS IN NDU, AND KUMBO OR NO REASON DO YOU EXPECT US TO CHEER THESE ILTHY CRIMINALS, THEN SOME MORRON HAVE THE BALLS TO SAY EXCITE VIOLENCE, THOSE WHO ARE EXCITING VIOLENCE ARE THE FRENCH-NEGRO, COLOIZING POLICE/GERDAME/MILITARY AND GOUVERNEURS, WHO ARE ILLEGALLY INSTALLED THEMSELVES AS RULERS OF OTHER PEOPLE WHEN THEY IN FACT ARE NOT. AND MUST BE KICKED OUT BY ANY MEANS NECESSARY SOO, 7M SOUTHERN CAMEROONIANS CAN AGAIN BREATH FREE AIR AS THEY HAD USE TO BEFORE 1961.

UnitedStatesofAfrica

Paa Ngembus,
your intimidation skills will not work as long as I am on this forum have you heard? you toothless bulldog. Buy a plane ticket to Cameroon, give a gun to all the members of your family, march up to ETOUDI with your family and start shooting. Until you do that, I will regard you as a washed-up fraud. Your river on this forum has ran its course and people are beginning to see you for the monster that you are.
Pro-Nazi policies have no place in this forum. From the genocide in Darfur and Somalia you can see what happens when impulsive citizens refuse to negotiate and jump into violence. Martin Luther King used diplomacy and we should not kick it out of the window. Why do more innocent people have to suffer because of the irrationality of some block-heads?
Paa NgemGOAT, rexon, Legima Doh, red flag and all the other SCNC cowards are sitting comfortably abroad and stirring up civil war in Cameroon. When the war will erupt will you guys suffer? will your education be disrupted? will you loose property? NO. I have never seen such lions (the suffering and poor people of Cameroon) led by lambs( the SCNC cowards like Paa NgemGOAT). Never! never.

simplice

USAfrica, that was absolutely brilliant.

Paa, Ngembus, to your crime of exhorting diplomacy to narrow-minded voilence, I plead guilty. I still can't understand where you kept your conscience before erring such bad laundry.

Yet,other "practical non chalant " SCNC folks in the likes of REG FLAG endorse and consume the mess from you undiplomatic mouth. I had much esteem for Reg Flag, but now that his real character is being revealed, I openly profess, I care not a straw for his hypocritical propaganda.He's just another wolf that should be discarded from this forum if our noble course of dialogue is to prove sound and the future of Cameroon protected.

red flag

SIMPLICE, US OF SHIT, AND DOGS
YOU ARE NOT SOUTHERN CAMEROONIANS, SOO, IT MEANS NOTHING FOR YOU. WE ARE ALREADDY AT WAR WITH YOU, IF YOU PEOPLE DIDNT KNOW THAT, THE WAR HAD ALREADY STARTED, I KNOW WHO MY ENEMY IS.
I KNOW EXACTLY WHAT TO DO, WHAT WEAPON TO
USE IN THE BATTLE SOO, STOP YOR CAMEROUNESE PROPAGANDA, THAT, ( THOSE WE ARE ABROAD, WE CANT DO ANYTHING) OF COURSE, WE ARE BUT DONT WE HAVE FAMILIES IN SOUTHERN CAMEROONS? ANC, WAS ALSO ABROAD ONE TIME, SOO TOO IS SWAPO. AND ETC, TODAY SOUTH AFRICANS ARE FREE, NAMIBIA IS FREE, DIDNT THEY BLOW UP TRAINS, APPARTHEID, POLICE STAIONS? ETC, YOU ARE THE ONE SIMPLICE AND USA WHO STARTED THE VILOENCE, YOU DONT HAVE TO BLAME THE VICTIMS FOR RETALIATING. SOO,EITHER YOU GO BACK TO YOUR
OWN COUNTRY(BOUDA,BAGANTE, IN LA REPUBLIQUE DU CAMEROUN OR SIT AND WAIT THE NIGHT WHEN OUR BOYS ROLL THE TANK INTO TOWN AND START KILLING YOU GUYS(POLICE/GERDAME.MILITAIRE)
WE NEVER INEVITED YOU, WE VOTED IN 1961
FOR A FEDERATION OT TWO SEPERATE AND EQUAL COUNTRIES, AND NOT TO BE CAME A COLONY OF FRENCH CAMEROUN, YOU PEOPLE TOOK ADVANTAGE OF OUR BEEING ARMLESS AND INVADED AND STARTED KILING. BUT I CAN ASURE YOU I AM CAMING WITH SERIOUS WEAPONS. BELIEVE ME, I DONT WANT YOU TO LOVE SIMPLICE ET AL INFACT I WANT YOU TO HATE ME, AFTER WHAT YOU HAVE DONE TO ME? DAMN. I NEED SOME NUKES.

Legima Doh

Simplice,
Watch your mouth too cos you have losed your tract of being the self declared moderator and have degenerated to an abusive personality.Red Flag just said what philosophically and politically sound.I don't know from which fault you got from his writing so to demand his expulsion.It is the la republique that is inciting violence and not comrades of the Southern Cameroons.I am sure the likes of USAfrica shall keep on talking about diplomacy until all the peoples of the Southern Cameroons must have been shot dead.Paa Ngembus must not be misconstrued.The response is natural cos when you push a goat to the war,it resorts to fierce biting.Such is underway in the Southern Cameroons and we cannot cowardly be denying that the vicissitude of things in the Southern Cameroons greatly spells it.Red Flag I found your comment full of wit and that of Paa Ngembus just a good description of the situation that is being created by la republique in the Southern Cameroons.U Roy,we don't want any dialogue with la republique.They should leave our motherland with all those of ours who've been corrupted unless those of ours corrupted so recant,and repent.Simplice what was not just brilliant but absolutely brilliant in what USAfrica wrote?I don't also know what you mean by saying if our noble course of dialogue is to prove sound and the future of cameroon protected.Please do me to wit what you mean cos there no issue of any dialogue with la republique and we are so interested in the future prima facie of the Southern Cameroons before any consideration may be directed to other foreign countries like la republique.Plastic,what you said is true but we have to do something before soliciting help from other african leaders.
Comrade Rexon,your activism is beyond reproof,its wonderful together with Paa Ngembus,Ma Mary,M Nje,MK,Tayong,Tagro,Klemenceau,Kiki,and a host of our comrades you all have been very resolute and faithful to the truth.No matter what kind of reasoning is put forward to attack our personalities as the intelligentsia of this forum, we must prevail cos we stand on the truth.


May the souls of the brethren brutally murdered rest in the peace of the Lord.

Legima Doh,
ScNc

princekumba

Simplice, this is one of the very first time that you have stood your grounds.Man,i do appreciate your comments.As for USA,ride on,you have people behind you.MAY THE SOULS OF THE DEPARTED REST IN PEACE;AMEN.

Ma Mary

People, please calm down. You can now use the following website to report details of crimes committed against Southern Cameroonians by agents of la Republique. Report details of the crimes and the criminals. You can equally upload images and files and documents.

WWW dot let them account dot com

www.letthemaccount.com

Please, pass this information around to all your email addresses and internet groups to which you belong.

7512wilson

USofAfrica
Diplomacy is dead and buried in Cameroon. He/she who has ears should listen and read. Cameroon is already at war and dozens of people are dieing. Any talk about diplomacy is unwarranted from this point on. Cameroonians abroad can play a vital role in winning this war. We need riffles, road site bombs, granades and all. Those things are not cheap. Cameroonians abroad need to form a coalition and raise money to finance the revolution. We need a leader and a strong leader for that matter. An organizer, someone who will lead the crusade, someone with a vision. We need that person now.
Our enemy is the CPDM party and her sympathizers. All members of the CPDM party do not deserve to live. People will die, but whats the difference. People are already dieing now in their dozens. I am pledging $500.00 for a start. Who is with me.

7512wilson

USofAfrica
Diplomacy is dead and buried in Cameroon. He/she who has ears should listen and read. Cameroon is already at war and dozens of people are dieing. Any talk about diplomacy is unwarranted from this point on. Cameroonians abroad can play a vital role in winning this war. We need riffles, road site bombs, granades and all. Those things are not cheap. Cameroonians abroad need to form a coalition and raise money to finance the revolution. We need a leader and a strong leader for that matter. An organizer, someone who will lead the crusade, someone with a vision. We need that person now.
Our enemy is the CPDM party and her sympathizers. All members of the CPDM party do not deserve to live. People will die, but whats the difference. People are already dieing now in their dozens. I am pledging $500.00 for a start. Who is with me??.

consciouspower

My Fellow Cameroonians,

In a time such as this you take great pleasure in throwing insults around the place. In a time when all your energy should be summoned to overcome the challenges at hand you are busy exchanging insults with one another.

Arise from your slumber, hitch your wagon to the issues at hand and find the solution that is the call of your generation!

To secede is not the answer to your problems it is the way of cowards. Martin Luther King fought the system and brought justice where none existed. Mandela and the ANC that you so often quote fought the enemy and prevailed. They did not seek to secede. They sought instead to fight the good fight. Upon the template of their moral power a new society was birthed where none existed.

Accept the call of your times, rise up to the challenges of your days. Your life will not be different under your supposed Southern Cameroons if your mind set is not liberated.

Become aware of who you are and where you are going and conjure the world in which you want to have your existence.

Politicians are frail beings whether in La Republique or your supposed Southern Cameroon they will FAIL you. Seek therefore your true power.

The true power you seek is not in the realm of politics. Your true power must be sourced from the authentic expressions of all that you are.

This is not based on external pegs and props but sourced from an inner well spring of boldness, courage and daring self confidence in your convictions and aspirations.

If you want change because the system is faulty, change. Secession is the coward's trail. Fix what now is. A bird in the hand is worth two in the bush.

The strange frustration in the hearts and minds of the apologists of secession is akin to self defeat.

The desire for better days. The desire to bring change in your circumstances should be directed within. Do not look for external props. This has been the way of all great achievers!

Be glad and be grateful that we have a nation albeit an imperfect nation. Work therefore to improve upon this nation. You have all that you now require? Why seek to destroy it?

The majority of men seek to be led. They are lazy and imprisoned by habits of sloth and mental apathy. This is why it is easy for you to choose to break the union than to fix it.

Wake up to your true majesty. If the union is not perfect fire up another vision and emboldened by your moral authority seek to redress the wrongs of the union not by seceding but by the strength and vigor of your ideal.

Look around you! What can you do to make a change, to make things better? Choose to live in the bright alleyways of life.

To ensure that which is to come, become conscious of what now is.

Be glad and know that he who wants, can. The power is in your choice. Ask and it shall be given to you. Faith is the savior of man. Be nimble. Let loose. Fire up the vision in your heart and bring forth the vision you have conceived.

Martin Luther King did it, Mahatma Gandhi did it, Mandela did it and you can do the same. You can build a Cameroon, one and indivisible based upon the foundation of mutual trust, peace and fraternity. Yes we can rebuild this nation. Reformed into a gift for posterity.

Shalai Shalai Shahlai....there is work to be done...touch this garment of hope and be healed from the curse of war and destruction. There is work to be done!

So be it!

More later...

simplice

Mr Conscious Power. I'll like to know you personally. Please send me an e-mail via emilygn001@yahoo.com so we can set the ball rolling. I really need to know a wise and grand mind as you.

Mr Legima,Reg Flag and Paa Ngembus, I challenge you to return home and fire the first bullet. Be brave and spare us of this propagandistic quibbles aimed at masking you cowardice traits. Here are people asking Cameroonians to go to war. WAR, WAR, WAR, ....C'est pas possible ça. The solution of war is worse than the problem. I can never endorse this alternative. Please listen to wisdom of Consciouspower calling you to consciousness.

Wilson,send your 500 USDollars to charity. If you lack a charity a sound one in Cameroon, I'll confide it to you.

Discussions on this forum is taking another turn, a dangerous corner. Let those praying for the death of other French Speaking Cameroonians, eliminate the word God from their vocabulary. This is a matter of conscience and I must take a side if not, I'll be answerable before history.
We cannot be praying for God to liberate Southern Cameroons and going contrary to His principles;common sense and any modicom of morality forbid.

Danny Boy

J'accuse!!!!!!

rexon

Conciouspower,

Mandela fought for the rights of ordinary South Africans.A right for them to stay on their ancestral land and manage its affairs unperturbed. He did'nt endorse white minority rule at the expense of the wellbeing of ordinary South Africans who owned their ancestral land. Ghandi did not endorse the colonial intent of the UK. He called for civil disobedience and succeeding in challenging the colonialist. All we are asking La Republique is that they should leave the Southern Cameroons.

Our problem with La Republique is that they have colonised our land which is illegal under international law. They should do us a favour. It citizens like Ricardo, Simplice, Henriette, etc should call on their government to leave if they really love us and our freedom.

Simplice,

God gave us brains. He taught us international law and justice. He knows we have been colonised by La Republique whih is illegal under international law and he wants us to use our brains and fight for our liberation. It is a choice. Freedom or you perish. Southern Cameroonians have unanimously choosed the path of freedom and that is what we are following based on God's guidance. If you and your La Republiques brothers love us soo much, ask your masters to leave. Criticise them for colonising a foreign land and ask them to leave. That would be a commendable choice for you who want peace. We are not in peace because our land has been colonised. So leave, leave, leave so that we can live in peace.

simplice

Mr Rexon, God didn't give you brains to endorse the killing of innocent civilians as means of liberation. This is what I don't consider morally right. You seem to be getting my viewpoints wholly wrong.
My position is based on the fact that, you still approve of Paa Ngembus infamous comment, which I still quote:

"For each Southern Cameroonian that is killed by the colonizer's bullet, use the Malcolm X approach, kill three of the colonizer's thugs with or without uniforms"

This is what has sparked the controversy on this forum. Do you endorse that statement, Mr Rexon. That's the bottom line, the battle line; the point of discrepancy. Take your position, Wilson already offered 500 USD in support of Paa Ngembus.What is your position?. Ma Mary and legima have diplomatically averted the question. Reg Flag made his stand felt. All those who have endorsed the above comment are agents of the DEVIL. That's the reason, I ask them to forget the word God.

Ma Mary

Simplice, intifadas and wars are not launched on the internet. They will happen when they will happen. Until something happens, people are venting, with good reason.

Quit getting frantic and talking about God. More wars have been launched in the name of God and by so called Godly people than for any other reason, and by any other sort of rational human being. So keep your god to yourself and reason.

Again stop being frantic when people express the necessity for revenge. Southern Cameroonians have characteristically taken oppression timidly, but there is going to be a turning point. When that turning point arrives, there is nothing that anyone says here which would mean a thing.

Some people state that they want JUSTIFIABLE revenge. What is your proposal? Do not condemn them, calling them devils for wanting to defend themselves from the occupier. Do some Southern Cameroonians hate themselves so much?

simplice

"Some people state that they want JUSTIFIABLE revenge. What is your proposal?" by Ma Mary

I think the question is poorly formulated with respect to my conception of the state of affairs. All Cameroonians are suffering, not only Southern Cameroonians. Consequently, pain cannot be inflicted on an already suffering people in the name of revenge(This doesn't answer the question)
Now when you talk of JUSTIFIABLE Revenge, I'll simply refer you to the principles of Nelson Mandela, Martin Luther King or Ghandi for an answer. No sort of Justifiable revenge cannot afford lasting peace.(This answers the question).
And when I refer to those who advocate war and at thesame time are living confortably in Europe as EVIL, I mean it in every respect. Perhaps our definition and conception of WAR is the cause of this antagonism. But anybody witnessing the CHAOS in Iraq will buy my definition.

7512wilson

Simplice
I hate to be quoted wrongly. I am not in support of SCNC and have never been. I am a Cameroonian regardless of what part of Cameroon i am from. I stated earlier that Cameroon is already at war. There is already a war of some sought going on in Cameroon similar to Apartheid practiced in South Africa decades ego . Cameroonians need to defend themselves or else we will all perish. Young Cameroonians from Abongbang to Bamenda to Buea to Kumba are perishing as i write. We cannot continue to be docile. From one excuse to another and yet our enemy continues to kill us. We are at war and desperate situations warrant desperate measures. I still maintain that goodwill Cameroonians abroad need to form a coalition to address the plight of Cameroonians and help Cameroonians defend themselves against the present regime.

Simplice
You quoted Nelson Mendela as haven led a peaceful revolution but left out the fact that even Nelson Mandela had contemplated a military uprising at one time during his struggle. He even went for military training in Ethiopia and ANC helped in large part to finance acts of sabotage on Apartheid Government facilities including blowing up bridges, Government buildings and the assassination of some pro Apartheid officials. All that helped in putting pressure on the Apartheid regime to negotiate with the ANC. Cameroonians are held captive by the CPDM regime and they need to fight for their freedom. The CPDM government will begin to reason with Cameroonians only when we start blowing up government buildings and facilities. We are in self defense and have been pushed to the wall. I still maintain my pledge of $500.00. for a start. Who is with me?

Shalom

LITTLE MINDS DISCUSS PEOPLE(and trade insults); average minds discuss events(and ramble); great minds discuss ideas and bring hard facts to propose solutions.
Everyone can easily classify the contributors to this forum.
The facts are there. Unarmed teenagers have been gunned down again by a repressive regime. Instead of delving into that and helping whoever is in a position to act to do so, people spend time trading insults as if they were in a bar and drunk early in the morning. Meanwhile the perpetrators go free and even compensated while they prepare for the next target town. As the forces spend time shooting at unarmed teenagers, crime wave increases in our cities and villages scaring away not only foreign investors but even Cameroonians who would otherwise invest newly acquired riches at home. What fate has befallen my dear motherland that people can not think straights any longer?
SHAME TO YOU ALL!!!!

Kumbaboy

Truth Teller writes “This is not a warning, it is war. War against those graffis destroying Cameroon.”

This is an unjustified SWELA-like attack on fellow citizens from the highlands, without whom we will all be worse off and lost in a one-party CPDM state. In fact, we would be part of Nigeria and completely swallowed by the great Igbo tribe.

This is also a reminder to coastal natives to work harder and aim to emulate our brothers and sisters from the highlands. The highlanders stick to some noble principles that are far greater than themselves. On the other hand, many petty-minded folks in the South West seem lost in self-interest and viciousness (including jealousy).

Maestro politician Achidi Achu (graffi) gave us the University of Buea and the GCE Board in Buea, the latter due to Azong Wara (another graffi)’s strong leadership. What did PM Musonge (SW) bring to us? You can count other tribalistic and innocuous SW politicians like Egbe, Elangwe, etc. What is Chief Ephraim Inoni doing to the province of crude oil, fish, timber, cocoa and petrol? Bags of rice at Christmas is all our people are worth. But for the cold hands of death, one of these graffis was in line to become a strong contender for the Secretary General of the UN.

To further appreciate the hardworking highlander, you have to come to the Diaspora. Your so-called “graffis” are colonizing Europe and North America with real estate and business. No one can stop the graffis. If SWELA does not understand this basic fact then it is a pity. Mineral wealth and fertile soils mean nothing unless the Southerner is able to develop his/her brain to be at service to fellow mankind in a self-less manner. Jealousy and back-stabbing are primitive instincts.

Watesih

Simplice,
Let me come in here.When I`m always going off,you always put me back on tract by putting things straight.Since yesterday,I have gone over Paa Ngembus`statement at least three times ,and I have the humble idea that he referred to hitting back at the Biya thugs.He did not mention the word Francophones.He said it is necessary to hit back at the thugs killing our people.I think he is right here.We have all been frowning at the continuous song about force of argument,because it leads no where.Human beings are conniving and bestial by nature,and they really don`t understand the true language of diplomacy.The more you negotiate with somebody persecuting you,the more he hits hard at you.As long as Paa Ngembus is calling on us to fight back the thugs that are killing innocent people,I think it is a good thing.He would not surely want Anglophones to murder Francophones, including his extended family members in Ngogmapubi.
I agree with you intoto that the call for confrontation must be met with action.
That has been all what we split hairs about here,that armchair criticisms,finger pointing,and scaremongering cannot take us nearer to our wishes.If we start getting angrier about the situation home,we will be forced to come up with a way to counter the situation.If Paa Ngembus referred to anybody as Francophone,or Biya thug,that is right, because not all Francophones are thugs.When Fru Ndi bloodied Biya`s nose in 1992,the better part of the voters were Francophones.
I have worked ,and travelled to some of the most remote Francophone villages in Cameroon
and must tell you that when some of them come to Bamenda,Buea,or Limbe,they will think they are in NewYork.A dictatorship takes care of the wolves that can keep it going,not of the ordinary people.

M Nje

How much blood are we going to see on the street of Southern Cameroons before we know that we are in a silence conflict with La Republique. Where are those blind followers of "Cameroon is One." Is this what you are preaching for our people. Is this what you continue to participate in La Republique`s politics for?

Wake up Southern Cameroonians. Wake up. How long has it been since the last killing in Bamenda? I will repeat again, IT IS TIME FOR SOUTHERN CAMEROONIANS TO WALK AWAY. Don`t tell me francophone Cameroonians were also involved in the strike. This incident occurred on our soil. This is not an isolated incident. Wake UP, WAKE UP.

Kumbaboy,
I am surprise to felt prey to what "Truth Teller" wrote. You should understand that there are paid agents from La Republique whose job is to continue their "Divide and Rule System." There is no doubt this is one of those who is paid to promote the so call "NW/SW" divide. A divide that is the work of La Republique. We should try to differentiate bewteen when Musonge and Achidi Achu are competing for the post of Prime Minister in La Republique and what happens in in Southern Cameroons between ordinary citizens. Those Southern Cameroonains in the CPDM fight for position in La Republique for the most part are not elected. They do not represent their people. The are used as part of the effort to continue to divide us. You must try to see through that. There is no history of any divide betweeen our people or war fare between them. This so call divide is the work of our distractor who will do everything to try to keep us divided. The more divided we are, the more they can continue with their crimes in our territoy. Our people have been sharing farmline, shopping in the same market and attending the same churches for years with no major conflict. One should try not to be destracted by such fellows. They have no morals

My sincere condolences to all the families of these victims. For them and those who have gone in the past under the hands of La Republique, we will never give up our struggle. Our struggle for total Independence for Southern Cameroons.

simplice

Mr Shalom, I have a question to ask of you. What is an Idea?. This controversial solution of WAR as a means of doing away with the regime in place; that is subject to this debate isn't an IDEA?. I wonder if you went through all comments before erring such bad laundry.
And what did you proposed there after? Nothing. What did you discussed in your comment?. PEOPLE..... Consequently, you're nothing but a little mind from your own definition and I divert the shame to your direction.

simplice

Mr Watesih, if we're to bow to your conception of Paa Ngembus' infamous statement, then there'll be startling constrast in the strategy. Please join me in examining what I conceive to be his inconsistency.

"How can the plight of the Southern Cameroons be addressed if they resort to desperate measures of killing even their own brothers(those who happen to be the colonizers thugs), in their battle for liberation?. Would this not only forge disunity to greater proponents between thesame Southern Cameroonians?. And what outcome will it avail?.
And if I should futher inquire, what will be the goal of the fight; restoration of a lost Statehood or institutional and socio-econmic reforms?.
Please just give me some plain answers to those questions and from there, I'll know where to inspire my line of thought for there's no WAR without a GOAL.

simplice

Mr Wilson , Many thanks for the clarifications. I don't remember clubing you with SCNC folks. However if I unconsciously deed; accept hearty apologies gentleman.

You can see yourself "Courageous Wilson", that, nobody is siding with you, when it comes to contribution. You're already pragmatically prepared by affording to sacrifice 500 USDollars. But all those siding with you, have read your posting and played the "non chanlant". Yes, Wilson, nobody is behind you. Nobody has even promised to be behind you. Do you know how many times you made your offer; FIVE TIMES.
Please join me in accepting what I concieve to be "IMPRAGMATISM of the most HYPOCRITICAL ORDER".Birds of your feather here-in, are siding with you only when it come to BLAH BLAH BLAH, PATATI PATATA.... NOTHING FUTHER.
You've not been disspointed Wilson, there is more frustration to come. I will prophesy NOBODY WILL JOIN YOU MONEY SPEAKING. And worse still, NOBODY will go to the war front. This is what USAfrica and I, foresighted long ago.

simplice

Wislon, I've exhort you to spend by 500 USDollars taking a trip to IRAQ. Upon return, you'll be disillusioned and borned again in your conception of WAR.

simplice


Correction

Wislon, I've exhort you to spend your 500 USDollars in making a trip to IRAQ. Upon return, you'll be disillusioned and borned again in your conception of WAR.

tayong

Simplice
I must say that you're fast becoming a coward in here. I for one , ain't a war mongerer but your freight of war plays well into the hands of the very junta you claim to fight against.

This regime's testing the courage of Cameroonians and if you've never known that in liberation struggles "rhectoric must be met with rhectoric" then back off filling this forum with garbage.

This isn't a fight against Francophones as someone pointed out to you.I thought you got it but you still continue to play soft into the rhectorics of a junta that's bent on maintaining itself in power and murdering innocent people.

The students who were demonstrating were mostly francophones students who are boarding on campus! Does that make sense to you that this isn't a fight against Francophones?

You spend your time filling all columns of this blog counteracting honest people's ideas who seem frustrated with the situation back home. What are you up to youngman? Simply frightened or honest??

My condolences to the bereaved family

Watesih

Simplice,
The desire to fight colonial thugs is in line with the so called liberation.These colonial thugs are used to forestall any dissent,and maintain the status quo.It is therefore consistent for anybody dreaming of freeing himself from the shackles of oppression to stand up to the elements perpetrating it.If Southern cameroons has to cut away from La Republique,there must be open fighting.The scenario with Mandela,Martin Luther King was completely different.It has to do with a national situation ,where one group is oppressing the weaker one.They did not want to cut away but fought for equal rights.
Proponents of the Southern Cameroons course want autonomy,and that can never to be handed to them on a golder plater even if they pretend for a hundred years that they are apostles of peace.When people like Paa Ngembus talk of hitting back,it means they have now started realising that the 'force of argument' sophistery can not take aany freedom fighter anywhere.It is not easy to fight war,but when somebody starts passing for a freedom fighter,he must be ready to declare war,and fight it.As to your question about killing their brothers,they have noted here time,and again that the Southern Cameroons has nothing in common with those they consider colonial thugs.If these colonial thugs have been incessantly waging a war against Southern Cameroonians,it means Southern Cameroonians can also wage one against them.
When waging a war against the forces of La Republique there will be no disunity, because they think those they are waging a war against have practically nothing in common with them.The outcome will be having an autonomous state.The goal of the fight will be to disengage from La Republique as they have been saying.And to do this they must hit back at the thugs.Their fight is create a state for themselves,not restore any lost state ,because Southern Cameroons has never been a state.Nobody bars anybody from dreaming of lofty ideas,what we frown at is using diversionary tactics to conceal inactivity.

rexon

Simplice,

Your wry witty idea about War using the war in Iraq as an example and arguing that rightminded Southern Cameroonians are calling for the killing of their Francophone relatives to be killed does not hold water. It is not different from the rhetorical statements that La Republiques citizens have been writing at camerooninfo.net to justify the slaining of our brothers at UB.

To begin with, the war in Iraq was fuelled by a doctrine of falsehood and lies telling by colonialist. Tony Blair and George Bush lied that they were going for weapons of mass destruction when in reality, they were going for the Iraqi petrol. Our situation is not different. La Republique will prefer to kill us all than to grant our independence which is our legitimate right under international law. And that is what you have endorsed to satisfy your selfish desires. That Southern Cameroonians should remain as slaves under La Republique francaise Du Cameroon. During the period of slavery, some rightminded slaves revolted and they were liberated. That is why we think sometime in the future, the brains of Southern Cameroonians would be opened and they would have an option to decolonise themselves.

If there is anything like war, we would all lose families and loved ones even when abroad. But the solution lies on looking at what is causing all this anger and animosity. La Republique is grounded on falsehood and it is this falsehood that we should all stand against. Stop fuelling animosity here that Southern Cameroonians are calling for war. If you and your La Republiques relatives really loves us, then join us in calling on your government to leave our land.

simplice

Mr Tayong,Mr Watesih and Mr Rexon, I can infer from your comments a common denominator: that the issues confronting us, cross party and ideological lines. For Pro SDF and Pro South Cameroon nationalist seem to be dining on thesame table .
Good, now, go ahead and mature your ideas, ressolve on a plan a action the will be of substaintial instrumentality. Contribute and join Wilson. Wilson has alleast graduated from the womb of premature conceptions by offering something for a start. Rexon, and Tayong what have you to offer?. This question doesn't apply to Watesih because;
"Their fight is to create a state for themselves,not to restore any lost state ,because Southern Cameroons has never been a state" by Watesih

Gentlemen of the core, I await your contributions.

simplice

Keep them coming

Ma Mary

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Klemenceau-Shalom

Simplice,

I have been following your comments for a while now. The forces of lawlessness and disorder have actually declared war on our people. It has been going on for quite a long time now. While they continue to kill, the SCNC have continued to talk of the force of argument and all what not. When they talk of peace, Biya and his men think of bullets. The force of argument has worked well in the hands of the barbaric regime of Biya.
It has given the trigger excited sons of Lucifer mostly made of his tribe’s men the guts to continue killing while we sleep. After each killing, they say sorry and open investigations but we never get the results
You have been hammering on what Paa Ngembus said. You are right. I don't think there is anybody who likes war. But I also believe even the weakest of men will pick the gun to defend himself when he sees it as the only way to defend himself and his family.
To tell you the truth, you can't be talking peace with someone whose only language is gun, force and intimidation.
Simplice your points are good but none of them is new. Cameroonians have been singing and shouting peace for 20 plus years now. I think Southern Cameroonians have been pushed right to the wall and when that “Volcano will explode” and starts erupting, there will be no looking back. Maybe the only solution is war (God forbid)

May God help us

Shalom

Klemenceau

Bih

Cameroon used to be a peace loving country even apreciated by foreigners.today it has been transformed into a desert and a battle ground where human blood is used as rain showers to water the land.blood ,blood evey where.fellow camaroonians wake up!,wake up!,let,s fight against these wanton killings of our brothers,sisters and children.let,s call even international bodys to help us.how long shall we wait.it,s time to do something now.
may thier souls rest in peace.

simplice

Mr Klemenceau-Shalom , many thanks for your opinion. I'm very permeable when it comes to learning especially when I consider; most forumites here to be far wiser and intelligent than I.
Presently, I shall only rely on history to side with me.

TimeToAct

Wilson,
I am with you. Americans say that there are out the fight terrorism, but they have always miss the point; terrorism is not a disease. To fight terrorism, one must first study the factors that push some persons to become terrorists. I consider terrorism as a method used by the weak to fight the strong. If the weak have the means to face the strong directly, that word terrorism will not exist.

Wilson, Cameroonians do not have the means to face Biya and cohorts directly; if your pledge is for us to start a terrorist organisation to confront Biya and cohort, I am ready to join.
If we start by eliminating Forjindam and John B Nde, it will act as a deterrent for others who are soon to join the queue to support the change of the constitution so that the dictator should stay in power.
It is time we start eliminating our enemies.
It is often said that a political opponent is not an enemy, but for the case of Cameroon, anybody singing the CPDM song is an enemy and not a political opponent.
Those who consider this view a radical one should be ready to tolerate the dictator until when God will call him, but shall we continue to suffer untill then? The answer is ABSOLUTE NO:
TimeToAct

TimeToAct

Wilson,
I am with you. Americans say that there are out the fight terrorism, but they have always miss the point; terrorism is not a disease. To fight terrorism, one must first study the factors that push some persons to become terrorists. I consider terrorism as a method used by the weak to fight the strong. If the weak have the means to face the strong directly, that word terrorism will not exist.

Wilson, Cameroonians do not have the means to face Biya and cohorts directly; if your pledge is for us to start a terrorist organisation to confront Biya and cohort, I am ready to join.
If we start by eliminating Forjindam and John B Nde, it will act as a deterrent for others who are soon to join the queue to support the change of the constitution so that the dictator should stay in power.
It is time we start eliminating our enemies.
It is often said that a political opponent is not an enemy, but for the case of Cameroon, anybody singing the CPDM song is an enemy and not a political opponent.
Those who consider this view a radical one should be ready to tolerate the dictator until when God will call him, but shall we continue to suffer untill then? The answer is ABSOLUTE NO:
TimeToAct

simplice

Mr TimeToAct you're welcome. You're atleast pragmatic that many lame lampoon singers on this forum.
But Mr Man, will killing Forjindam on this basis of his political ideology be any right?.

simplice

Mr TimeToAct you're welcome. You're at least pragmatic than many lame lampoon singers on this forum.
But Mr Man, will killing Forjindam on this basis of his political ideology be any right?. Will wipping JB Ndeh from the surface of the earth be the most rational alternative?.

7512wilson

TimeToAct

Thanks for your support, we need more support. The idea is to form a coalition of goodwill Cameroonians living abroad to exert enough pressure to bring the Biya CPDM regime to it knees. There are several ways to do this. We need ideas and proposals. I know we have scores of inteligent Cameroonians with great ideas. Can someone come up with a propose plan?. I am working on one myself. We need more input and ideas. We cannot just sit and fold our arms. Every goodwill Cameroon abroad must be compelled to do something to stop this onslaught by the Biya CPDM regime.

SERGENT

HI FELLOW COUNTRY MEN,
I REALLY FEEL DISTURBED WHEN I READ ABOUT WHAT IS GOING ON BACK HOME. THE REGIME IN POWER HAS MANAGED TO TURN THE ONCE BEAUTIFUL COUNTRY INTO ONE OF THE WORST IN THE SUB CONTINENT. PEOPLE MIGHT NOT KNOW WHAT IS REALLY GOING ON IN CAMEROON BECAUSE OF THE LOW MEDIA COVERAGE AND POLITICAL RESTRICTIONS IMPOSED ON MEDIA HOUSES. CAMEROON IS NOTED MAINLY FOR ITS CORRUPT NATURE BUT THERE ARE STILL MORE ILLS TAKING PLACE WITHIN THE SOCIETY WHICH THE MEDIA CANNOT VOICE.
WE ALL KNOW FOR SURE THAT FOR ONE THING THE CURRENT REGIME IS GOING TO PAY FOR THIS ONE DAY. IT IS A SHAME WHEN THE PRESIDENT OF A COUNTRY ACCEPTS TO THE FACT THAT HE IS NOTED FOR HIS INTEREST IN SUPERSTITIOUS AND OCCULTIC BEHAVIOUR.
WELL, ONE THING ONE MIGHT CONCLUDE IS THAT THE COUNTRY IS BEEN RULED BY DEMONS THATS WHY THE BLOOD OF HUMANS DONT MEAN ANYTHING TO HIM ANYMORE.
I KNOW AS I WRITE SOME FUNNY GUYS WILL START POSTING QUESTIONS IF THE PRESIDENT IS RESPONSIBLE FOR SUCH SHOOTINGS. BUT I TELL U, HE IS RESPONSIBLE BECAUSE IN A COUNTRY WERE THE LAW DOES NOT PREVAIL BECAUSE OF ITS CORRUPT NATURE, THEN THE LEADER IS TO BLAME. HOW MANY TIMES HAS HE ORDERED FPOR THE INVESTIGATION OF SUCH KILLINGS AND AT THE END NO RESULTS ARE PUBLISHED AND THE CULPRITS SET FREE.
HE, BIYA MUST BE HELD ACCOUNTABLE FOR THIS.
SERGENT

TimeToAct

Simplice,
From your question, it seems you have not undersood my objective. I said silencing Forjindam and cohort will act as a deterrent for others; yet you ask me if eliminating Forjindam is a solution.

Welson,
We must put our heads together inorder to bring this evil regime on its knees. If we don´t act, posterity will judge us.

TimeToAct

Biya´s plans to modify to constitution are no longer a secret. He has already sent his stooges on the field to see how Cameroonians will react. Are we prepare to learn from our neighbour, Nigeria.

What do you think we can do now to frustrate Biya´s plans.
If don´t act now, it will be to late.
TimeToAct

Muki StoneHall

The last edition of the POST newspaper carried a picture of devils "praying" for this regime to be given more time.
The real destroyers of our country may not be the trigger-excited policemen.These devils who pass around as elites and resource persons are the real killers of Cameroonians.They corrupt the minds of citizens,distort history and facts, exploit the poor,and are now attempting to define the future. Like someone suggested, the only way to save Cameroon is to kill these idiots.Cameroon and Cameroonians need to go beyond street protests to solve its problems.The problem is not the police. The problem is the people who make the police what they are.
Cameroon's problems CAN NOT be solved by DIPLOMACY.
Cameroon's problems CAN NOT be solved through DIALOGUE.
In dialogue, just as in diplomacy you use your mind,your intellect and your conscience. They aren't any politicians or leaders in Cameroon with a mind of their own or a conscience.
What then should ordinary Cameroonians do? Just two things FIGHT or SHUT UP.

simplice

Nice thought there Muki.

Ma Mary

Freedom is first and foremost, a state of mind. It is then a state of being in the world. Both states are not standing still, but are constantly evolving, constantly being reviewed and restated. A person or being that takes freedom for granted will lose it eventually. A person whose mind is free, but whose state of being in the world is not free is freer than a person who lives in a free country but has not taken the trouble to understand and value freedom and to take stands about it. Hence there are many Americans who neither understand nor value freedom, because they have never encountered the painful consequences of losing it or have not cultivated the capacity to imagine such a consequence. But there are many Southern Cameroonians who have cultivated freedom of the heart and mind and are only working to bring freedom into their land.

Freedom is more important than security. Benjamin Franklin famously said:

The man who trades freedom for security does not deserve nor will he ever receive either.

Freedom is one of the few things worth dying for, at least making great sacrifices. All people and societies and countries deserve and need freedom. Occasionally an evil ruler deceives the unreflecting people in his society into believing that their freedom depends on oppressing another people and stealing their goods. That is not freedom but indulgence and oppression. It destroys the soul of the oppressors and fires up the oppressed.

Sometimes the fight for freedom takes many generations, because the weight of the oppressor is so overwhelming. The only reason the oppressed person has to survive in that situation is to pass on the torch of resistance to the next generation. In such a situation, even token resistance is valuable, because token resistance is a ritual that keeps the soul alive and serves as a reminder.

Time is the friend of the oppressed. Time is the enemy of the oppressor.

Violence is always a bad thing, even when it is found to be necessary to depose oppression. Violence always scars the perpetrator, even when such violence could be justified. Therefore violence should be minimized and great intelligence and effort should be spent to obtain and defend freedom without wanton bloodshed and cruelty. A newly free society that came to freedom through excessive violence spends generations, even centuries trying to remove itself from the negative products of violence. Some societies never recover at all.

There is no such thing as finally achieving freedom. Everything is a milestone. We must continue to work at freedom, because there are always pockets of unfreedom. The work of a freedom warrior is lifelong–even after independence, there will be things that are not right, such as the freedom of women or the abuse of children, or rights of tribes and states. These things have to be worked out so that there is balance and fairness.

Therefore, I do not support unarmed students fighting armed thugs, neither do I condemn the efforts of those who have reached the limits of their tolerance and choose any means of resistance but my preference is that any resistance is well thought and organized out to achieve maximum impact and to attain victory.

At this point, information is the BEST FRIEND of the struggle. We thank those who have responded and started to provide information about the oppressor.

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Greatmove

Do not let emotions take parathon. Im from SW and also want to penetrate the hearts of my SW brothers and sisters that it is our own chieves who sold Cameroon 2 Biya thinking that they are harming the highlanders who are the majority. but failing 2 understand that a place like SW needed people to boom the economy. If there should be any change, then firing at the chieves first b4 pointing fingers at biya will be the best. May the ideas of paa ngombius be burried

Sali

Hi All, It is no secret that Southern Cameroons options to attain liberation had been narrowed down long before. The issue has never been put on the table or even debated on at the national level. Therefore, true Southern Cameroonians are left with only extreme options now. You don't need to kill the messenger even when the message is so clear.

Radical visionaries like Neba Fuh had contemplated this option in a coined style in his article 'Last Cry of the Millennium' published in 1999 by the Post.
Take particular note of the last paragraph which reads:

"...> Therefore, the only panacea to all this hanky
> panky is hullabaloo. They must cry loud and fight
> hard. They must react. It is not late yet. The route
> of revolution is not known until revolution has come
> to pass. They need to revolutionize their minds
> before anything else. They must fight the syndrome
> of marginalization from the cause- tribalism. This
> was the root cause of the 1961 plebiscite fiasco.
> They must sacrifice. They should not look at this
> cause as an anti- government struggle. They should
> look at it as a Quest For Justice That Was Denied.
> I foresee a new millennium where each Southern
> Cameroonian will act spontaneously and
> instantaneously, in a bid to achieve independence.
> Courage brothers, do not stumble."
Neba Fuh

Below is the full article as posted by Ndiks:

THE LAST CRY OF THE MILLENNIUM
>
> Interdependence is a voluntary venture often
> sought by an independent individual or a group of
> individuals, for the good of all the parties
> concerned. When one is independent, he is self-
> reliant, that is, dependent on himself. Any
> interaction between two independent entities for
> their mutual benefit, is what is known as
> Interdependence.
>
> Therefore, one cannot claim to be in the state of
> interdependence without passing through the
> independent state. Furthermore, when an independent
> entity decides to be dependent at some point in
> time, it immediately ceases to be interdependent.
>
> Independence is a state of mind that can only be
> achieved , not given and when you seek it you must
> first cut all the 'strings attached' to your wish.
> There is no such thing as 'dependent' independence.
> What we call political or economic independence of
> some western nations , is actually political or
> economical interdependence. Independence of a people
> come as a result of 'cyclic transitivity' among the
> independent minds of each individual of the majority
> of individuals making up that populace. True
> independence is achieved in the mind before
> manifested by the body.It surpasses freedoms and
> liberties (actually it is a cause to them). It is a
> stepping stone to interdependence. It is precious!
> So precious that efforts to achieve it should be
> revolutionary, not evolutionary. Independence is not
> a dependent variable, it should depend on itself.
>
> The people of Southern Cameroons have never been
> independent, not to talk of interdependent with
> another entity. Their present state is worse than
> 'dependence'.They are in the doldrums. They have,
> but don't own. They see, but don't observe. They
> foresee, but don't prevent. They agitate but don't
> react.
>
> Brethren, it's not yet late! They erred but they
> should not relent their efforts to correct the
> blunders of the past.
> When the United nations, under the chairmanship of
> Sir Sydney Phillipson put the ball in their court in
> Mamfe on the 10th and 11th of August 1959, they
> refused to play. Even if the referee was biased, it
> was their obligation to score the goals and later
> argue about the the biased nature of the decisions
> taken, instead of letting their opponents(the
> imperialists) defeat them mercilessly. The inability
> of Southern Cameroonians to have come up with a
> consensus in Mamfe Conference in 1959 was, ipso
> facto, a glaring proof of their refusal to put off
> their caps of tribalism, nepotism, and other 'isms'
> for the interest of all. That is why the so-called
> plebiscite questions were ambiguous. Some of them
> foresaw through the able mind of P.N. Kale that the
> lone option for Southern Cameroons was ' a sovereign
> independent state', but many, through their egoistic
> tendencies, thwarted this proposal.
> It was a lose/lose option.
> a) "Do you wish to achieve independence by joining
> the Independent Federation of
> Nigeria?"
> b) "Do you wish to achieve independence by joining
> the Republic of Cameroon?"
> What puzzles us more about these questions are not
> the words but the authors. In as much as Southern
> Cameroonians have realized the fact that the British
> had a hidden agenda for them( joining Nigeria), they
> should have defeated the shameless act of the
> British, who, instantaneously coined their language
> through the able tentacles of the United Nations in
> a bid to achieve their aim.
> They never needed a plebiscite to belong where
> they were. But if the then Trusteeship Agreement
> spelt out that Trust Territories were to achieve
> independence at some point in time , then the
> British, under the banner of the United Nations
> Organisation, misled them, by not giving them the
> option of true independence. Once in time, the
> 'upright' sold their consciences and behaved like
> Lilliputians with regards to the Southern Cameroons
> case. What a shame to them all!
>
> How can one achieve independence by ´joining´...?
> You can only choose to join after you are
> independent and not the other way round
> February 11, 1961 was 'Dependence Day' for
> Southern Cameroonians. They chose to be
> 'independent' by being dependent. How can they be
> given the options to join two other independent
> Republics and claimed at the end that they have
> achieved independence. They all should bear a part
> of the brunt of the blame and stop pointing accusing
> fingers at each other. The ambiguity of the
> Plebiscite questions was an intentional act by the
> British to either subject us to continuous tutelage
> ( by joining Nigeria) or, go to hell (by joining La
> Republique). The British never wished that Southern
> Cameroons should achieve independence.
> Our Present 'symbiosis' with La Republique should
> not be seen as interdependence. It is like an
> Oligarchy masterminded by French Imperialists, with
> the oligarchs tapping their wealth from Southern
> Cameroons and sharing it with their imperialists.
> Southern Cameroonians are being exploited
> materially, psychologically and intellectually.
> They have, but don't own.
> Southern Cameroons has some independent minds, but
> as a whole they are not independent. The cause
> presently with the United Nations is genuine but the
> United Nations seems to be acting as a gateman who
> is asleep when old 'reliables' are around. They need
> to ring the gate bell longer for the gateman to wake
> up and open the gate.
>
> Therefore, the only panacea to all this hanky
> panky is hullabaloo. They must cry loud and fight
> hard. They must react. It is not late yet. The route
> of revolution is not known until revolution has come
> to pass. They need to revolutionize their minds
> before anything else. They must fight the syndrome
> of marginalization from the cause- tribalism. This
> was the root cause of the 1961 plebiscite fiasco.
> They must sacrifice. They should not look at this
> cause as an anti- government struggle. They should
> look at it as a Quest For Justice That Was Denied.
> I foresee a new millennium where each Southern
> Cameroonian will act spontaneously and
> instantaneously, in a bid to achieve independence.
> Courage brothers, do not stumble.
>
> By Neba Fuh

Posted by: Ndiks | Friday, 06 October 2006 at 12:49 PM

Mburlih

Consciouspower:
Your expose is rich in philosopy and in fact,it is of very high intellectual content.It is thus excellent in form but unfortunately not so forthright with practical support for the well elaborated theories.

You state for example that "You can build a Cameroon, one and indivisible based upon the foundation of mutual trust, peace and fraternity. Yes we can rebuild this nation. Reformed into a gift for posterity".

Yes that is the wish of all but instead of a foundation of mutual trust we are being served with one of mutual distrust because one architect in he project has been basically dishonest right from inception.

Where is the peace when the builders, especially the children, are perpertually targets of "stray" bullets when ever they dare to express their opinion?

And the prosperity? It exist only in the pockets of the corrupt and in the mind of the chronies of the regime...I would love to believe that an intellectual of your caliber cannot be one of them.

By wishing that the nation can be rebuilt you are in effect acknowledging that it has been destroyed. Is it those who are clamoring to do for the rest of their short life what they have not been able to do in a quarter of century that will do this rebuilding? Is it the destroyers who,by some magic wan will now do the rebuilding?

Greatmove

Our grand fathers gave them lands bcos they knew these people were hard working and they proved it. I live in Europe and have been in situations of this kind where these stupid racists people always blame blacks for coming to their country, taking their jobs and taking theirs wives. It is normal that when you have plenty, people from outside will invade you.
This is a situation of seeing or puting an end to the prices we are paying bcos of our dirty chieves and biya´s government, you are there talking shit. If we all think like you SW will be in the middle of the hands of these blood hunters. Where are you then putting SW? You are like those chieves who are doing things just to cater for their stomach and not for every one.
Brothers and sisters, dont blame that fool, all i want to say is that we should be concious and try to liberate the whole of Cameroon and not liberating it for the interest of a particular blood and money mongers. The shooting is not only in SW even though it is the breething ground but every where in Cameroon. Please, we should all fight for Cameroon and not for SCNC and its sucking ideas

Greatmove

The message above is for that dirty ass man who calls himself ´truth teller

simplice

Where are those siding with Wilson?. What have they contributed?. I told you it was all hot air. HOT AIRRRR?. Wilson's idea of a "Diaspora Coalition for Liberation" was sentenced to death the very second he erred it on this forum. Wilson, you now see that even Rexonist on this forum are now playing double standards. This is what I ealier qualified as a "UNSUBSTAINTIAL PROPAGANDISTIC QUIBBLE".
May Wilson's idea Rest In Peace.

Kene

Please, I hope this will cause some more insult.
I just want to ask if anyone knows what is happening now in K-Town. Are the Forces of Lawlessness and Disorder still in town? can someone send us some pics.
What are the names of those Killed?
To those who lost love ones we do condole with you.

simplice

They right people are doing the work are back home. Who were those parroting they could, with the stroke of a magic stick incarnate "The Cameroonian Messaiah"?.Come show yourselves and bring your contributions.

Please any true gentleman or rightminded lady should scroll up and catch sight of comments that surfaced on this forum in the aftermath of the Kumba Chaos.
With no modicom of doubt, the eulogy of Wilson's "Strategy" is read, it's burial ceremony is going on , may it RIP

Paa Ngembus

UPDATES FROM OTHER TABLOIDS
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KUMBA - 12 NOV. 2007
© Eugène Dipanda, Mutations


Ngome Herbert Nkwele, élève en classe de 4ème, est mort sur le champ; Des édifices incendiés et des blessés par balle; Le préfet à l’origine de l’escalade.

Kumba: Au cœur d’une poudrière…

Des élèves ont tapageusement manifesté dans les rues pour le retour de l’énergie électrique et l’aménagement de la route qui mène à leur lieu d’étude. Sur ordre des autorités, policiers et gendarmes les ont violemment repoussés. Avec des gaz lacrymogènes et des balles réelles. Bilan provisoire : un mort et plusieurs blessés dans un état très critique.

Aux alentours des bâtiments publics de la ville, les forces de l’ordre sont comme sur le pied de guerre. Depuis la nuit de vendredi, 09 novembre 2007, ils y ont été déployés pour tenter de sécuriser ce qui peut encore l’être. Samedi matin, sur certains axes routiers de Kumba, les empreintes de la violence perpétrée quelques heures plus tôt, sont encore bien visibles. Les cendres de pneus incendiés se retrouvent un peu partout. Quelques-uns sont encore incandescents. Une odeur de souffre est perceptible dans l’air. De grosses pierres jonchent la chaussée. Elles ont manifestement servi d’arsenal aux belligérants. Dans les services de la police et de la gendarmerie, les agents assurant la garde ont l’air plutôt épuisés. Certains d’entre eux ont des sparadraps collés sur la tête et d’autres parties de leurs corps. Inutile de les interroger sur le pourquoi du comment. Ils semblent avoir reçu l’ordre de ne parler à personne. Que s’est-il donc passé ?

Comme Mutations l’indiquait déjà dans son édition du jeudi 08 novembre dernier, des élèves du lycée classique dénommé Cameroon College of Arts and Science (Ccas), les collégiens du Governement Technical College (le Cetic) et ceux du lycée technique de Kumba, ont fait une descente en masse dans les rues de la ville mercredi, 07 novembre, pour protester contre la "longue coupure" de courant électrique dans leurs établissements et dans le quartier estudiantin voisin, où résident certains de leurs camarades. Depuis une dizaine de jours en effet, la fourniture d’énergie électrique s’était interrompue, contraignant les élèves, internes et externes, à s’éclairer à la lampe tempête pour réviser leurs cours. Pendant la même période, ils n’ont pas moyen non plus d’effectuer leurs travaux pratiques en ateliers ou dans les laboratoires. Pareils pour les cours d’informatique, impossibles pour des raisons évidentes. Le mouvement d’humeur, rapportait alors votre journal, a aussitôt été étouffé par les forces de l’ordre. Selon des témoignages concordants, après une tentative de négociation vaine, les autorités administratives du département de la Meme, et notamment le préfet, Magloire Abath Zangbwala, auraient donné l’ordre aux policiers et aux gendarmes de repousser les manifestants, qui avaient entrepris une marche vers l’agence Aes-Sonel. Des gaz lacrymogènes et des matraques ont servi pour la cause, affirment les élèves. En réplique, "nous leur avons lancé des cailloux", soutient un élève de la classe de seconde au Ccas. On dénombre quelques blessés de part et d’autre.


Intifada

Sur ces entrefaites, le pare-brise arrière du véhicule de fonction du commissaire central, M. Ella Menye Fils, est réduit en cristaux. Plusieurs manifestants, une vingtaine selon les témoins, sont interpellés et gardés à vue par ses éléments. Les filles policières sont chargées de traquer les grévistes jusque dans leurs dortoirs. Leurs effets scolaires, affirment-ils, sont détruits et leur argent arraché. "Certains parents se sont rendus au commissariat central pour donner à manger aux enfants et essayer d’obtenir leur libération. Le commissaire a refusé que les repas soient servis aux élèves, exigeant plutôt que chaque détenu lui verse la somme de 25.000 francs Cfa pour l’achat d’un nouveau pare-brise…", révèle un autre élève du Ccas.

Dans le même temps, une forte rumeur circule dans la ville. Selon des témoignages divers, le préfet aurait décidé d’une détention administrative de 30 jours pour les élèves détenus. D’aucuns ont même évoqué un éventuel déferrement à Buea. Vérité ou affabulation ? En tout cas, face au durcissement présumé de la police, les autres élèves ont décidé de changer de stratagème. Entre-temps, aucun responsable d’établissement n’essaye d’apaiser la tension. Le principal du Ccas, Muelle Kunz Mbai, lui, semble dépassé par les événements. Ses élèves l’ont maintenu bloqué dans l’enceinte de l’établissement ; tandis que le délégué départemental des Enseignements secondaires est simplement porté disparu.

Le courant électrique a enfin été rétabli. Mais, une "réunion stratégique" des élèves se tient, dit-on, dans la nuit de jeudi, 08 novembre. Tôt le matin de vendredi, ils se remettent en ordre de bataille pour libérer leurs camarades. Leurs rangs sont grossis par une foule nombreuse de badauds et de moto taximen. Vers les coups de 9h, un nouveau commando va s’ébranler en direction du centre-ville. Au niveau de Kumba-Mbeng Bridge, le pont reliant la ville à la zone estudiantine, la route est aussitôt barrée par un énorme conteneur. Des pneus usés trouvés non loin de là sont incendiés et placés en travers de la chaussée. Informés du regain de tension, les forces de l’ordre redonnent l’assaut. Les gaz lacrymogènes et les gourdins ne suffisent pas à dissuader les manifestants, dont le nombre ne cesse de grossir à mesure qu’ils avancent. Cette fois, policiers et gendarmes vont se servir de leurs armes à feu. Au lieu dit Ccas Junction, ils tirent à balles réelles en direction de la foule. Ngome Herbert Nkwele, élève en classe de 4e au Government Technical College (Cetic de Kumba), est atteint en pleine tête. Il meurt sur place…


Un mort

"Pendant plus d’une heure, les balles ont crépité sans discontinuer. Les policiers tiraient en l’air et vers les élèves", indique un témoin. D’autres manifestants sont, en effet, atteints par balles. Une dizaine de cas critiques sont conduits à l’hôpital de district de Kumba et au Banga-Bakundu Hospital. Côté policiers et gendarmes, on compte également des blessures, quoique légères pour la plupart. Mais, d’un côté comme de l’autre, personne ne semble vouloir capituler. On eût d’ailleurs dit que c’est la quasi-totalité des populations de Kumba qui ont pris fait et cause pour les élèves, après le décès d’un des leurs. Du coup, les grévistes avancent plus vite. Malgré les coups de feu. Une station-service de la société Total est envahie. Des cocktails Molotov sont confectionnés. En nombre limité, les forces de l’ordre reculent progressivement. Le véhicule personnel d’un gendarme venu le faire laver non loin de là, est totalement consumé. La chasse aux hommes en tenue est ouverte. Les effets personnels de M. Eka Njume, un inspecteur de police réputé arnaqueur, selon les taximen de la ville, sont détruits à son domicile. Il est demandé à tous les chefs d’établissements de la ville de Kumba, de mettre leurs élèves "en congé" et de fermer leurs portes. Le préfet Magloire Abath Zangbwala, dit-on, est allé se réfugier à la compagnie de gendarmerie de Buea Road.

Plusieurs édifices publics (voir texte ci-contre) seront visités par les grévistes. Et même le commissariat central ne résiste pas à la pression. L’un de ses bâtiments annexes, qui sert de réfectoire, est partiellement consumé. Les agents de garde se voient obligés d’ouvrir grand les portes des cellules. Avant de se barricader eux-mêmes dans leurs locaux. Les élèves interpellés la veille sont délivrés. Tout naturellement, d’autres prévenus en profitent. L’agence Aes-Sonel est également attaquée et mise à sac. Pareil à la représentation locale des Brasseries du Cameroun. Sauf que, ici, plutôt que de casser et de brûler, les assaillants ont simplement bu et emporté d’importantes quantités de bière. Un autre front, armé de machettes, se crée au quartier Fiango. Le commissariat de police du 1er arrondissement, logé provisoirement dans un conteneur, est entièrement carbonisé. Une jeune gardienne de la paix est entièrement déshabillée et tabassée. Les scènes de pillages seront cependant stoppées au moment où des éléments du Groupement mobile d’intervention (Gmi) de Buea et de Douala arrivent en renfort à Kumba. A l’arrivée du Gmi, en effet, les forces de l’ordre ont progressivement repris le contrôle de la ville. La circulation a été interdite. Et, ceux qui se hasardaient à sortir de chez eux sans carte nationale d’identité, étaient interpellés et sommés de s’asseoir à même le sol, dans la boue. Petit à petit, un calme relatif est revenu à Kumba. Toute la nuit de vendredi à samedi, des coups de feu, apparemment dissuasifs, ont néanmoins continué à tonner dans le ciel.


Dégâts: Des symboles de l’Etat comme cibles

La sous-préfecture, la délégation du Minesec, les commissariats de police, les Impôts… ont tous reçu la visite des mécontents.

L’image est saisissante. Samedi en fin de journée, de nombreuses feuilles blanches jonchaient encore la pelouse recouvrant la devanture de la sous-préfecture de Kumba. Des policiers, une dizaine, sont allongés à l’entrée. On remarque de gros trous au niveau de la toiture, partiellement arrachée. Certaines portes et les battants des fenêtres ont sauté. Selon toute vraisemblance, le groupe de manifestants en voulaient spécialement aux occupants des lieux. "Tout Kumba est convaincu que les autorités n’ont pas bien géré le mécontentement des élèves. C’est la raison pour laquelle les manifestants s’en sont pris aux bâtiments de l’Etat", croit savoir un chauffeur de taxi rencontré dans la ville. Ici d’ailleurs, la gravité des dégâts et la perte de l’ensemble des documents administratifs sont telles que le service public assuré par le sous-préfet Kouam David, pourrait être fortement hypothéqué dans les jours qui viennent.

La délégation départementale des Enseignements secondaires pour la Meme, elle, n’a pas été saccagée. Simplement parce que le bâtiment abritant ce service est la propriété d’un particulier. Toutefois, l’enseigne du Minesec accrochée sur son fronton a été démontée. Une clémence dont ne bénéficiera pas le service local des Impôts, dont le siège a également subi les attaques des manifestants. Aucun bilan officiel n’est encore fait. Mais, plusieurs documents et une partie du local ont été abîmés.


Préjudices

Au lendemain de l’antagonisme, ce qui semble cependant laisser tout le monde interloqué à Kumba, c’est la vulnérabilité dont ont fait montre les forces de maintien de l’ordre. Confiné dans leurs derniers retranchement par une foule en furie, ils ont déserté leurs locaux et ôter, pour certains, leurs tenues de flics afin de se mettre à l’abri. Résultats des courses : le conteneur qui servait de local au commissariat du 1er arrondissement a été carbonisé avec tout son contenu. Samedi, une mince colonne de fumée y était encore visible. Juste à côté, les murs d’une maison en construction ont été réduits en bris de parpaings. Selon les habitants du quartier Fiango, c’est ce bâtiment en chantier qui abritera les futurs bureaux du commissariat du 1er arrondissement.

Le commissariat central de la ville, lui, a connu moins de dommages. En dehors du réfectoire partiellement touché, le reste est sauf. "Là-bas, les manifestants ne voulaient que libérer les élèves. Dès qu’ils ont commencé à envoyer les cocktails Molotov, les policiers ont vite ouvert la cellule, et les manifestants sont repartis en courant…", affirme un témoin.

Ces derniers passeront cependant plus de temps au siège de Aes-Sonel. Ici, hormis les documents, les ordinateurs de la société chargée de la distribution de l’énergie électrique, ont été détruits et brûlés. Idem pour les deux véhicules pick-up trouvés au parking. A l’entrée du bâtiment actuellement gardé par les policiers, c’est le même spectacle désolant qu’à la sous-préfecture : la cour a pris la couleur blanche des papiers qui la recouvrent. Les Brasseries du Cameroun, elles, ont eu quelque chose à offrir pour préserver leur bâtiment et leurs documents : tout un pick-up de bière !

E. D.


Martyrs: Les acteurs du Far West

L’hôpital de district de Kumba a reçu le corps inerte d’un élève, et cinq autres personnes blessées par balles.

Le maire Rdpc de la commune urbaine de Kumba 1er, ne décolère pas. "Je n’ai pas apprécié qu’on utilise des balles réelles contre les populations. Il existe des méthodes de répression plus souples, comme l’usage des balles en plastique ou la pression d’eau. Mais, utiliser des pistolets-mitrailleurs me semble barbare et inacceptable", déclare Prince Ekale Mukete. En effet, à l’hôpital de district de Kumba, le principal centre hospitalier de la ville, certains visiteurs retiennent à peine leurs larmes. Le corps du petit Ngome Herbert Nkwele habillé de sa tenue de classe, est au frais à la morgue depuis vendredi dernier. Pendant ce temps, plusieurs autres manifestants touchés par les balles des policiers sont entre la vie et la mort.

Le cas le plus inquiétant est celui de Tchambanue Derrick, qui a reçu une balle à la tête. Après une tentative vaine des médecins de Kumba de le tirer d’affaires, samedi matin, il a été évacué d’urgence vers l’hôpital général de Douala. Selon le personnel traitant de l’hôpital de district de Kumba, sa vie est réellement en danger.

Malgré la douleur atroce qu’il continue de ressentir, Pius Tabot, 16 ans, a manifestement plus de chance de se remettre de la balle qu’un policier lui a logée au niveau de l’avant-bras. Il a été interné à l’hôpital de district samedi en fin d’après-midi, après un séjour au Banga-Bakundu Hospital où il a subi une intervention chirurgicale. Ashu Mbeng Ferdinand, 26 ans (une balle au pied), Napoléon Muango, 20 ans et élève au lycée technique (une balle au dos), ainsi que le nommé Moange Ngoe, 33 ans (une balle au bras), sont également passés par le bloc opératoire. Dans la journée de samedi, ils avaient déjà tous été débarrassés des pruneaux logés dans leurs corps lors des affrontements. Par ailleurs, au Banga-Bakundu Hospital où quatre blessés ont été conduits, des sources hospitalières indiquent qu’un élève du Ccas a été amputé du gros orteil droit, préalablement bousillé par une balle.

La plupart des blessés moins graves, sont retournés chez eux après avoir subi des soins. Gratuitement. Parmi eux, quelques policiers, dont l’inspecteur Carine Mengue, attaquée alors qu’elle se trouvait au domicile du commissaire central Ella Menye Fils ; et les officiers Ekwalla et Obama, atteints par les projectiles des manifestants.

E. D.


Regard: Comme Abong-Mbang

On a beau retourner l’affaire dans tous les sens, on a toujours du mal à comprendre au nom de quoi les hommes en tenue peuvent se permettre d’ouvrir le feu sur des manifestants certes teigneux, mais désarmées.

Pis encore, les policiers et les gendarmes de Kumba ont agi sur ordre du préfet de la Meme, Magloire Abath Zangbwala, affirme-t-on. Une décision d’une gravité extrême, qui interpelle sur ce droit de vie et de mort que les "chefs de terre" semblent désormais s’arroger à travers le pays. Les événements d’Abong-Mbang sont encore frais dans les mémoires. Sylvestre Essama, le préfet du Haut Nyong, avait été accusé d’avoir tiré sur les jeunes Marcel Bertrand Mvogo Awono et Jean Jaurès Shimpe Poungou Zok. On attend toujours de connaître les résultats de l’enquête ouverte pour établir sa responsabilité.

En attendant, c’est Magloire Abath Zangbwala qui fait parler de lui. Qu’est-ce qui justifie donc le choix des autorités ? Personne, pour l’instant, ne peut en dire un mot. Toujours est-il que, selon le président du Réseau associatif des consommateurs de l’énergie (Race), Paul Gérémie Bikidik, "En choisissant de réprimer systématiquement dans le sang les manifestations pour l’électricité, les autorités se font complices des pratiques criminogènes de cette entreprise incompétente (Aes-Sonel, Ndlr), dont la seule préoccupation est de faire du profit à tout prix".

La société distributrice d’énergie électrique a pourtant des arguments à faire valoir. Dans une "Mise au point" conçu pendant le week-end, le Dg de Aes-Sonel, Jean David Bilé reconnaît que "Le transformateur qui alimente le lycée technique, le Cetic de Kumba et ses environs a connu une avarie le 30 octobre 2007". Mais, poursuit-il, "Les équipes Aes-Sonel commencent la vérification des installations du Lycée et constatent plusieurs tripatouillages notamment sur les appareils de comptage. Interrogé, le proviseur met en cause un agent Aes-Sonel. Après enquête, il s’agit plutôt d’un technicien de fortune, un faux agent Aes-Sonel aujourd’hui interpellé par les forces de l’ordre..."

Toutefois, ce qui choque dans cette affaire, ce n’est pas tant sa genèse, mais davantage la manière dont la crise a été gérée. Les responsables d’établissements, le délégué départemental des Enseignements secondaires, la préfectorale, etc., se sont tous montrés attentistes. Aucune autorité locale n’a été capable d’organiser la moindre concertation avec les élèves, question de les rassurer et de contenir leur courroux. Le plus drôle est que Magloire Abath Zangbwala s’est permis de venir narguer les blessés sur leur lit d’hôpital. "Vous avez voulu défier la police, voilà donc le résultat. Cela vous apprendra", a dit le préfet, décriant au passage les blessures reçues par les policiers et… la dégradation de la chaussée causée par les brûlures de pneus. A entendre les commentaires qui se font dans les quartiers de la ville, Kumba ne serait qu’un volcan endormi. On craint une résurgence de la violence…

Eugène Dipanda

Ma Mary

Leave information on this form about Magloire Abath Zangbwala, victims and killers in Kumba:

http://www.jotform.com/form/73155213488

Paa Ngembus

Fellow Southern Cameroonians,

Here it is in black and white:

"...
les autorités administratives du département de la Meme, et notamment le préfet, Magloire Abath Zangbwala, auraient donné l’ordre aux policiers et aux gendarmes de repousser les manifestants
...."

Magloire Abath Zangbwala gave orders for our children to be killed, for our children to be shot at at point blank range, for our kids heads to be blown off as if they were little effigies for target practice.

I am incensed. From Buea to Bamenda, to Kumbo, to Ndu to Mbengwi to Mamfe to Victonia and now again Kumba, it is the same story.

Yet we have idiots here accusing me of preaching violence.

Yes I am.

We are at war people. Wake up.

We have a right to defend ourselves and if you kill our kids we shall follow you to the ends of the earth and hack you down.

I know the family of young Ngome Herbert Nkwele, a form three student for God's sake and some idiot will give orders for my boy to be shot.

Those who think my call for revenge is too extreme should go to hell.

If young Nkwele was their son I doubt if they would be singing the same song.

NONSENSE.

I call for retributive justice. If you can not reach Zangbwala because I am sure he is well protected now, go after the police and gendarmes and the Police Commissioner M. Ella Menye Fils and his Assistants and other police inspectors and gendarme officers.

I visited The Site Ma Mary sent:

http://www.jotform.com/form/73155213488

Go there and supply any information you have on this case especially.

Young Nkwele will be avenged and I care the damn who feels what about my position.

For every Nkwele that goes down, bring down three (3) colonizer thugs.

These jerks think this is over. Kumba may be calm now but things are boiling under the surface and the worst is still to come if more of those kids currently in critical condition in the Kumba, Douala, Banga-Bakundu and other hospitals were to die.

Young Nkwele and the other kids will be avenged.

Mark my words.

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

Paa Ngembus

RETRIBUTIVE JUSTICE
*******************

Using the colonizers logic of violence against him:

Ngome Herbert Nkwele is DEAD
SO three(3) Administrators/Police/Gendarmes MUST DIE.

IF Tchambanue Derrick DIES
THEN three(3) Administrators/Police/Gendarmes MUST DIE.

IF Pius Tabot DIES
THEN three(3) Administrators/Police/Gendarmes MUST DIE.

IF Ashu Mbeng Ferdinand DIES
THEN three(3) Administrators/Police/Gendarmes MUST DIE.

IF Napoléon Muango DIES
THEN three(3) Administrators/Police/Gendarmes MUST DIE.

IF Moange Ngoe DIES
THEN three(3) Administrators/Police/Gendarmes MUST DIE.

ETC., ETC., ETC.

It is the ONLY way to protect our defenseless citizens against the colonizers thugs.

We know who the Administrators/Police/Gendarmes are.

We know what the Administrators/Police/Gendarmes look like.

We have pictures of the Administrators/Police/Gendarmes.

We know where the Administrators/Police/Gendarmes live.

We know where Administrators/Police/Gendarmes work.

We know the cars that the Administrators/Police/Gendarmes drive.

We know the beer parlours and bars where the
Administrators/Police/Gendarmes hang out.

We know where the Administrators/Police/Gendarmes sneak out to their mistresses.

The Administrators/Police/Gendarmes must pay for their crimes.

Justice SHALL and WILL be served.

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

UnitedStatesofAfrica

Paa Ngembus,
your unruly temper will be your ultimate demise. Scroll up and read all the write-ups that were attacking your barbaric ideology. No one was saying that the soldiers who killed these innocent people should not face justice. No body said that justice should not be served. The culprits need to be rounded up and charged with murder. They need to pay for their waywardness.
My problem with you Paa Ngembus is your irrationality and sensationalism. Just because a loved one is killed doesn't mean we should start acting like animals. Just because a loved one is killed doesn't mean you should jump into the streets and start shooting and killing random people. That is just plain stupid. You have to sit back, analyze the event and look at your odds. Look at the source of the problem and draft out strategies to attack that source. If people just ran into the streets and started killing random people, then Cameroon would turn into anarchy, an animalistic province of primates.
Going to the streets and shooting random people will not solve the problem. It will just makes things worse. It will create complete disorder and lead to loss of more innocent lives. You have to look at the source of the problem and attack that source.
During the Mau Mau revolts, Jomo Kenyetta did not order his people to go to the streets and shoot random people. They sat in the bush, analyzed the situation and discovered that the source of their plight was due to the British seizing their lands. They then decided to attack the British land owners and their lands. When they crippled these British land owners, they crippled the British administration in Kenya.
People like Paa Ngembus are not willing to learn from history. Paa Ngembus doesn't know where to draw the line between emotions and reason. He lets emotions cloud his reason and this makes him to say foolish things. Going to the streets and killing random people will only give you short-term gratification but what about the long-run? don't open your mouth and make careless statements without reasoning and drafting out a concise plan (something which, in my opinion, the SCNC has never done).
Paa Ngembus, there is a fine line between emotions and reason. If you want to ever secure victory against Biya's regime in your lifetime, you have to know where to draw that line. As long as you ignore that line, you will spend the rest of your life in Europe consumed with anger and singing songs of liberation.

londoner

Paa Ngembus, you rant stupidly just like the lunatic Hugo Chavez and all I'll tell you is what the Spanish king told him publicly at a recent summit:

For God's sake, Do Shut up!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

UnitedStatesofAfrica

...another thing that baffles me is that the people who are calling for these random killings of Francophones (Paa Ngembus especially) are comfortable sitting in Europe.
To me, that is overt hypocrisy. How can you be comfortably sitting in your one-room apartments in Europe and in America but then you call for the suffering Cameroonian masses to go into war and risk their lives?
Don't using the internet as a weapon. Go to the battlefield in Cameroon and fight. It is easy for people like Rexon and Paa Ngembus to sing the song of war when they are comfortably selling ice-cream in the white man's land.
Buy a plane ticket, go to Cameroon, distribute guns to all your family members, march with your family to ETOUDI and start shooting. Until you guys do that, I disregard your authenticity and consider you guys are wash-up frauds.
As the German officer in World War I said about the British soldiers, I have never seen such lions ( the people of Cameroon) led by lambs ( the likes of Rexon, Ma Mary and Paa Ngembus hiding in diaspora).

TAGRO

Here we have a government that uses the instruments of war against defenseless civilians, against children, and where is the condemnation of those who were quick to condemn our dear Paa Ngembus when he calls for self-defense and resistance?

France and her colony of la Republique Francaise du Cameroun are governments that qualify as terroristic in Africa. France has a distinguished record of supporting to genocidal degrees killers like Paul Biya and this Zangbwalla in killing other Africans. The state of la Republique Francaise du Cameroun was conceived in genocide, that machinery of genocide is still much in place, it is headed by the colonial governor Paul Biya and manned by creatures like this Zangbwalla.

As a terrorist state and government, Zangbwalla and his other Camerounese killers in Buea and Bamenda are executing state policy, that is why they are never relieved of their duties or tried when they kill and commit acts of terrorism against the civilian African populations of the Southern Cameroons using instruments of warfare. Or are we in war and are just refusing to see it clearly? Is Paa Ngembus the only one with eyes to see.

Paa Ngembus

USAfrica,

Stop putting words in my mouth you filthy "little" buffoon.

Show me where I have called for the random killing of Francophones.

Boy, it is really hard to reason with numbskulls.

Here is what I have said succintly. Read it and tell me which of the words is Francophone:

********

Ngome Herbert Nkwele is DEAD
SO three(3) Administrators/Police/Gendarmes MUST DIE.

IF Tchambanue Derrick DIES
THEN three(3) Administrators/Police/Gendarmes MUST DIE.

IF Pius Tabot DIES
THEN three(3) Administrators/Police/Gendarmes MUST DIE.

IF Ashu Mbeng Ferdinand DIES
THEN three(3) Administrators/Police/Gendarmes MUST DIE.

IF Napoléon Muango DIES
THEN three(3) Administrators/Police/Gendarmes MUST DIE.

IF Moange Ngoe DIES
THEN three(3) Administrators/Police/Gendarmes MUST DIE.

ETC., ETC., ETC.

.....
.....
.....

The Administrators/Police/Gendarmes must pay for their crimes.

*************

Justice SHALL and WILL be served whether you like it or not.

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

UnitedStatesofAfrica

Ngembus, even you can't keep up with your own loose mouth. I will use only your words to show you how you contradict yourself.

"FRANCOPHONE != COLONIZER THUG."- Paa Ngembus

Paa Ngembus, from the above you made it crystal clear that Francophones are "colonizer thugs".

"For every Nkwele that goes down, bring down three (3) colonizer thugs"- Paa Ngmebus

"For each Southern Cameroonian that is killed by the colonizer's bullet, use the Malcolm X approach, kill three of the colonizer's thugs with or without uniforms."- Paa Ngmebus

Ok Paa Ngembus, if you have already stated that colonizer thugs are francophones, so when you say that for every southern cameroon killed, kill three colonizer thugs with or without uniform who are you referring you? are you not referring to the killing of francophones with or without uniforms? haven't you used your own mouth and said that colonizer thugs are francophones? then why do you say I am forcing words in your mouth? or is it your escape tactics?

Paa Ngembus, as I have told you, your unruly temper is your ultimate demise. Your temper is quickly turning you into a joke on this forum. You say this today, you say another thing tomorrow, you contradict yourself and end up looking like a stark, raving lunatic.

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