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Monday, 19 November 2007


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red flag

power cann never be one sided
cotizens have a legal right to carry guns too, to protect them selves and their cattle. they dont never a foreigner like koimpssa what ever to came and tell what to do with their ancestral land? what are these people waiting for? or they dont see the hand writing on the wall. these french negro came to seize their land and owned out right . soo they camouflage as GOUVERNEURS FROM LA REPUBLIQUE DU CAMERUN, ONE CAMEROUN ,INDIVISIBLE , WHAT HAPPENED WITH THE OTHER CAMEROON , KNOWN AS SOUTHERN CAMEROONS? HAS IT JUST EVAPORATED IN THE AIR? PLEASE BROTHERS TO BE WARN, IS TO BEFORE ARMED, PLEASE BUYS GUNS FROM NIGERIA AND KEEP THEM WITH YOU, IN CASE A POLICE MAN. OR GERDAME ATTACK YOU SHOOT THEM, DONT BE AFRAID, THEY TOO WILL DIE AND GO TO HELL


What are we seeing here? A continuous attempt by reps of the Cameroon government trying endlessly to wipe out the long-term tradition and culture of the Wum people? Get this clear: It was no mistake that these people of Wum and its environs decided to settle as a family in one place and reserve land(s) around them as farmland that would equitably and periodically rationed out to its villages to farm, grow food, feed their children, and perhaps eventually expand settlements to these preserved or reserved land(s) around them so that their children nad children's children would not lack a place to live, farm,do business, and prosper. Here now come some reps of the gov't, and, shamefully, some Wum traditional rulers who have successfully meddled somewhat with the philosophy and principles of the founders of the this great land of Aghem and other areas in Wum. Yes, just as God gave the cattlemen their wealth by giving them cattle but no desinated land to graze the cattle on, God never intended that some individual(s)would eventually emerge as dealers or distributors of Wum land to grazers for their own compensation and self enrichment. To all you land robbers, stop diving your landrovers over Wum land and apportioning it to undeserved non-Wum indigenes at your own price. The ancestors are watching you with anger, and make no mistake about it; if you keep doing your thing your way, they will keep taking you one by one. You may, however, have gendarmes, police, and guns; but the Wum ancestorial spirit far far more formidable. If you want to doubt me, ask closely around; psychics, Rusicrusians, fortune tellers, and witch doctors will better enlighten you on this Wum spiritual ancestorial powers, a ritualistic gift well preserved in the santuaries of the respective chiefs and traditional rulers in Wum.
My final advice: please, give back the Wum farmers'land and stay safe. As Wum DO rightly said, "Act wisely".

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