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Paa Ngembus

Now we are talking.

Tori dong baje.

The Liberation Government has my full support.

All cards are on the table.

Time to decolonize our country by "any means necessary".

I really like the recognition that "the force of argument" has outlived its usefulness.

I guarantee you that the frogs will start listening.

This is my best gift for the year.

OUR VICTORY IS ASSURED.

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

UnitedstatesofAfrica

and where does Nfor Nfor fit into this restoration plan?

Dibussi

Can the commentators who go by the names "Tayong" (Typekey profile http://profile.typekey.com/tayong/) and "Katakata" (Typekey Profile http://profile.typekey.com/Elvisngollengolle/) please get in touch with me with regards to an ongoing commemorative project on Bate Besong?

They can reach me at dibussi@msn.com

Sorry folks for using this thread to reach these individuals.

Dibussi

londoner

While I lean more in favour of constitutional protections for Anglophones within a united Cameroon, I must admit that a better man to articulate the Southern Cameroons cause could not be found than Carlson Ayangwe.

I believe that under his leadership the issue would attain such international urgency and prominence that the Yaounde authorities would be forced to take some face-saving measures.

I support any attack on Biya from whatever level. When he's gone we can then sit down and collectively decide on the future of Cameroon.

Lon live the Southern Cameroons Restoration government.

mk the southerner

My dear people,
I do not believe in a government that ends in the air, if u ask me. A government is formed by the people for the people. How many grass roots or pricenct have the so called president ever created or visited? If truely a government is needed at this point and it does not come from those who controle the field eg Cheif Ayamba and Nfor it will only end up there. I do not have any ill thinking about the formation of a government but i want us to be honerst with ourselves and face the realities.

The SCNC constitution spels it out no leader will rull us from the diaspora. It is very unfurtunat that while some leaders are fighting and going to prison every day some people are only thinking of how to change the name of the country or how to be the precident. No hunter will begine distributung the parts of his catch if the animal is not yet laying death.

But i tell you the truth Chief Ayamba and Nfor holds the ground.
My brothers that is just my humble oppinion.
God bless Southern Cameroons
mkthesoutherner@yahoo.co.uk

rexon

The Time Is Now
An Address From the Restoration Government of the British
Southern Cameroons
Friday, 19 January 2008

Citizens of the British Southern Cameroons:

This year marks 150 years of continuing colonisation of our Homeland:
British from 1858 to 1887; German from 1888 to 1914; British again from 1915 to 1961; Cameroun Republic from October 1961 to date. Few peoples in the world have had such a chequered and cruel fate. And so we fight to be free. We fight to have full control over our lives and our land. We fight for our future. We fight for our God-given territory. We fight to manage our own affairs. We fight to live a life of dignity as human beings free from fear and want. We fight not for the past. We fight for the future. We fight for the future of our children. Our children deserve a place they can legitimately, proudly, truly and freely call home. It is quite unimportant whether we ourselves as individuals live. But it is essential that, like other people, we as a people live. It is essential that the British Southern Cameroons, by whatever name we eventually choose to baptise it, shall live; and that even as a small nation, it has every right to exist. Fellow Southern Cameroonians, the use of the term "British" at this point in our struggle must be explained. We are not trying to become British, but we respect the rules. In 1984, the Cameroun Republic reverted to its original identity before its union with the Southern Cameroons. In so doing, Cameroun Republic seceded from the pretended union, but has illegally held on to us as a colony. We had no choice but to revert to our pre-union identity and to resume our decolonisation efforts. The issue of our name has been a cause of much argument in this struggle. One of the first acts of this government will be to obtain through a fair and open process a suitable and final name for ourselves from the genius of our people. That name would in all likelihood be neither "British" or "Cameroons".

Throughout our long struggle to free ourselves from Cameroun
Republic's colonial chains, the people of that country have oddly enough shown no empathy with us. But we do not hold it against them. Our struggle is not against them. It is not against them because we know they never permitted their leaders, past or present, to launch a dangerous colonial adventure in the British Southern Cameroons. Still, their deafening indifference of the LRC government to the colonial oppression of the people of the British Southern Cameroons is rather puzzling. Could they have forgotten so soon how we provided a home for them when they were fleeing French brutal repression? Indifference is always the friend of the enemy. It benefits the aggressor, never his victim. Where are those Camerounese thinking heads, righteous citizens, the voices of conscience sensitive to the collective tragedy of the people of the British Southern Cameroons at the hands of their government? We see none. We hear none. We feel none.

As for us, we were raised in a culture of decency and respect for
humankind. We were raised in a culture that abhors violence. We were raised in a culture that loves freedom from autocracy, that values human dignity, democracy, rule of law, and respect for each other. We were raised in a culture that solves problems through discussion and consensus. If the present horse-and-rider relationship between the British Southern Cameroons and Cameroun Republic had been reversed, we the coloniser and they the colonised we would have long since set them free. We are a freedom-conscious people. We are an accommodating people. We are a patient people. But we are also a people fundamentally opposed to any form of oppression and tyranny. We treasure our liberties. We are opposed to colonialism in whatever shape, form or colour.

Since the revival of the British Southern Cameroons as a legal and
political expression and the proclamation of its sovereign statehood, we have based all our actions and creativity on the fundamental credo that we do not claim an inch of Cameroun Republic's territory or a single citizen of that country, but seek only to be left alone. We
have endeavoured to find a way into the heart of our oppressor by
offering dialogue, though he yet dismisses our appeals with vanity, open animosity and increased repression. Throughout, our righteous struggle has been firmly anchored on the high moral ground of non- violent action and activism. It has been based on the force of argument.

But for quite some time now there has been increased demand that we
change policy. There is a very strong and well-founded conviction by a large and active segment of our people that Cameroun Republic's addiction to violence can only be cured by a commensurate response. Indeed, because Cameroun Republic continues to drown in blood all our pacific forms of struggle many of our citizens now consider the force of argument' policy discredited. They rightly point out that quite apart from the reign of terror unleashed in our land, colonialism is necessarily aggression and that the law entitles the colonised to fight off such aggression by all means recognised under international law. They argue that Cameroun Republic's irrepressible addiction to violence is such that its colonialism cannot be defeated without adequate resistance from the colonised people. Fellow citizens, for the last 60 years, we have had the mistaken impression that we were special, that our freedom would come neatly packaged on a silver platter. We were wrong. Like other free peoples before us, we have to struggle and suffer for our freedom or suffer eternally as a colonized people.

The case for resorting to self-defence measures is thus a very
compelling one. So too is the argument that has been made to us that steps must immediately be taken to ensure that those persons most responsible for crimes against humanity in the British Southern
Cameroons, beginning with those at the top of the Yaounde regime who
must ultimately bear full responsibility, be made to answer for their crimes before an international criminal tribunal, and that such action must go hand-in-hand with an international campaign aimed at asset freezes and travel bans regarding those persons.

Evidently, if the `force of argument' means forever postponing the
statehood of the British Southern Cameroons, and if it means resignation to the continuing butchery and brutal repression in the British Southern Cameroons, then that argument loses its persuasiveness and the `argument of force' condemns, nay, dooms us to
permanent suffering. Unacceptable! This means we shall not shy away from the dictates of legitimate self-defence in the face of a cruel policy of violence aimed at our physical and cultural destruction as a people. Naturally the right to defend ourselves goes in tandem
with the right to obtain the means essential to that defence. Let the
world hear and bear us witness.

With historical hindsight, we know that the speeches from both the
past and the present leader of Cameroun Republic in relation to the question of the decolonisation of the British Southern Cameroons are distinctly arrogant, cynical, disdainful, callous, untrue and wicked. Neither of them has ever put his country, Cameroun Republic, before himself. The stubborn arrogance of their doomed colonial adventure in the British Southern Cameroons has resulted in the massacre and the disablement of the young, the innocent and the old. It has resulted in the spoliation and defilement of the land. It has traumatised the general population. As a matter of factual record, in recent months, the safety of our people has become more and more precarious. The main feature of this escalation and tension is an advanced and dangerous stage of selfish French operational involvement in our Homeland. That French mercenary involvement is at the beck and call of the vainglorious colonial aggression of a Cameroun Republic bent on holding us in eternal servitude.

The Provisional Restoration Government of the British Southern
Cameroons (a.k.a. the Southern Cameroons) is born of the evident will and wish of the British Southern Cameroons nation in the harrowing circumstances in which it finds itself. By design, it is broadly representative to ensure the unity of the Southern Cameroons nation. It represents the united and inflexible resolve of the British Southern Cameroons nation to prosecute to successful conclusion the consensual or non-consensual decolonisation of the British Southern Cameroons. It was necessary that this initiative be taken. It was taken on account of the extreme urgency and rigour of the moment. For, after almost fifty years of colonial occupation and oppression by Cameroun Republic, the decolonisation of the British Southern Cameroons has now assumed much greater urgency and can no longer be postponed. No one can deny that we have been most patient. It is in the national public interest that all of us, every single citizen of the British Southern Cameroons, back this government to the hilt, promptly implementing its directives so as to enable it to take every necessary action for the speedy resolution, once and for all, of the long overdue British Southern Cameroons decolonisation question.

Fellow Southern Cameroonians we must emphasise that this is a
restoration government, that is to say a transitional government whose task it is to return us to sovereignty and democratic rule. The terms and mandate of this government and its eventual structure will be formalised by a congress of representative eminent citizens and Southern Cameroonian legal experts in the near future. We are still in consultation about modifying its structure and size to make it most effective as an instrument to bring decolonisation and independence. There would be opportunities for inputs by the people into this and all processes.

A government in exile of this scale and complexity is a serious and
daunting step. But following the UN proclamation of the decade of the complete eradication of colonialism in all its forms and manifestations, and eight years into the second millennium, we are now at a crossroads, and it is unacceptable to post-pone indefinitely the decolonisation of the British Southern Cameroons. We have before us an evil of the most monstrous and grievous kind known in the dark and lamentable catalogue of human evils: colonialism. In the face of that mighty challenge we offer toil, we offer our united and implacable determination to blot out the last colonial stain on the African continent. Our policy is to undo the colonial occupation of our homeland, and to do so with all the strength, commitment, creativity and inspiration that God has given us. Our aim is to liberate our people from a noonday colonial yoke. Without freedom from colonial slavery there is no collective survival for us. The central plank in our platform is freedom and peace in a secure sovereign state that is ours. We take up this enormous burden with great conviction and hope, undaunted by the enormity of the tasks involved. We do so feeling entitled to claim God's intervention and the support of all our people. We yield nothing of our just demand for freedom from colonial oppression. Not `one jot or one title' do we recede.

The necessity for this government imposes itself at yet another
level. There is need for a broad-based authority with the necessary moral capacity to argue a stay on any contemplated recourse to self-defence measures and to offer real hope for a negotiated settlement. There is also need for a duly constituted authority able and ready to interface immediately with Cameroun Republic towards the consensual
decolonisation of the British Southern Cameroons. In this connection, let the world be reminded that we have repeatedly offered dialogue to Cameroun Republic. We have repeatedly called the attention of Cameroun Republic to the fact that colonialism in whatever shape, colour or form is dated, is a grave human rights violation and is a crime. We have invited Cameroun Republic through the most peaceful and civilised deputations to renounce its national policy of expansionism, colonial domination and exploitation. But all we have
received in return over the years has been increased arrogance,
increased mendacity, increased duplicity, increased hate speech, increased and widespread repression and oppression. What appears to inform our oppressor's repeated rejection of every invitation for the peaceful decolonisation of the British Southern Cameroons is its false belief that it has might on its side and that its colonial occupation of the British Southern Cameroons can be sustained by increased terrorisation and violence! History gives the lie to this mindset.

We repeat familiar words: there is a time for everything. If
yesterday was the time for colonisation, today is the time for decolonisation. Today, as yesterday, we invite Cameroun Republic to the round table at a mutually acceptable venue for discussions to
terminate the colonial occupation of the British Southern Cameroons
colonial question. This invitation is in fact not new. It has been on the table since the 1960s, made by a long succession of esteemed British Southern Cameroons citizens: Dr Fonlon, Albert Mukong, Dr Foncha, Hon ST Muna, HRH Fon Gorji-Dinka, Dr Enonchong, Ambassador
Epie, Ambassador Fossung, Elad-Munzu-Anyangwe, Justice Alobwede
Ebong, Dr Martin Luma, Dr Kevin Gumne, Dr Nfor Nfor, Motombi Wolete, Chief Ayamba, Ebenezer Akwanga, Bate Besong and many others. The message conveyed has always been clear and consistent: an olive branch to Cameroun Republic and a request to it to come to the round table for dialogue on the British Southern Cameroons question and
resolution of all outstanding issues. Today we make the same call to Cameroun Republic as was made yesterday. It might turn out to be the last especially in the light of the very persuasive case for the argument of self-defence. Today, as yesterday, we solemnly invite Cameroun Republic to the negotiation table for the termination of the British Southern Cameroons and the resolution of all consequential matters. Today, as yesterday, we address ourselves to the Yaounde colonial government: Stop the terrorisation and brutal repression in the British Southern Cameroons! End the colonial occupation of the British Southern Cameroons! End rejection of the round table! For the consensual decolonisation of the Southern Cameroons, we are ready to go at any hour on any day to an appropriate place to meet the delegation of Cameroun Republic to conduct negotiations with mutual respect, in good faith, and with a clear recognition of the unquestionable right of the people of the British Southern Cameroons to self-determination.

It cannot be in the long-term interest of Cameroun Republic to
continue its futile policy of obduracy. Its barren bloodshed and endless brutal repression in the Southern Cameroons will lead nowhere. That violence may in fact form the basis of a future
`heredity enmity' between the people of the British Southern
Cameroons and those of Cameroun Republic. It may in fact turn out to be a real danger to the corporate existence of Cameroun Republic. Indeed, Cameroun Republic will be casting adrift its future as a
corporate entity if it stubbornly continues with its sterile efforts
at holding the Southern Cameroons in colonial captivity and in defiance of the world's condemnation of colonialism, be it White or Black. We, the oppressed people of the British Southern Cameroons do hunger and thirst after freedom: would that we be blessed and fulfilled, according to God's will.

LONG LIVE THE BRITISH SOUTHERN CAMEROONS!
Your Humble Servant
Carlson Anyangwe Head of Government,
For The British Southern Cameroons Restoration Government

Paa Ngembus

MK,

There are many ways to skin a cat.

So, don't rush to judgement my brother.

Chief Ayamba and Dr. Nfor Nfor are members of the Restoration Gov't if my memory serves me right. I am also told they support the Gov't and were party to its setup following the meeting in South Africa.

This is a very united Gov't which is sending us a message to stop the sqabbling and rally around for our final push to independence.

Cheers brother.

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

mk the southerner

My brother Pa Ngembus,
The person who told you that Mr Nfor and Chief Ayamba are in support of the so called government never told you the truth. Talking to them they told me they are supprice of it and with the fact that thier names are mentioned without seeking thier oppinions. While at Brussels for my holidays I was told Dr Nfor has been invited by some members of the European Union, i went there and I meet him addressing the union. After which I raised the same point to him and he told me he is just as supprice like any other person.
Let know body full you that the person behind this government stuff seeked the oppinions of those in the field, and that is why I say it can never work like that.

My brother I have the same concern like you rather than rushing to judgment like you say, I just think I am telling you the practical truth.
MK

Shalom

Mr MK,
I do not know how old your information is but you may need to check your facts before jumping into hasty conclusions. I hope you know and appreciate the special relationships Nfor Nfor and Anyangwe have forged in course of this struggle. It would be naive for you to think that Anyangwe by accepting the position of the Head of Government will be undermining Nfor Nfor and Ayamba. A lot of water has gone under the bridge and is still going. Are you an outsider or an insider?
Talkng about people hiding out of the country and watching others fight and go into prisons while waiting to be president, I like to inform you it is a question of competences and strategic positioning. Not everybody can and should be on the ground fighting, just as not everybody can and should be leading the diplomatic and international legal offensives. Let each of us play our roles as best as we can without being envious of the positions of the others. NO TASK IN THIS STRUGGLE IS EASY OR SHOULD BE UNDERESTIMATED

UnitedstatesofAfrica

The SCNC division has started to show hahahhahahahahha this will be fun to follow up. I wonder who instructed the SCNC Bakassi commandos to kill La Republique's army men, Anyangwe or Nfor? hmmmmmmmm

Danny Boy

Came across this posting elsewhere and thought you too can share or at least have an idea of the multiplicity of stances held by Cameroonians world-wide.If you want more of this, please subscribe to Camnetwork@yahoogroups.com. A happy sunday to you all.

My People,

The message from Mr. Carlson Anyangwe is at once an
abuse of the mentality of the Cameroonian people and a
misuse of the English language. British Southern
Cameroons? Where is that? President? What President
and of where? Servant? Who is Anyangwe serving?
This hodge-podge of inconsequential political banter
should be thrust into the dust bin--where it rightly
belongs.

Those who hunger for power are wont to concoct their
own histories, distort real history, and project
themselves as saviors among a people who need no
savior. Cameroonians need to ddvelop a sense of
belonging, educational, health, and other important
services; not some unelected impostors.

Carlson Anyangwe & Co., should cease and desist from
sowing seeds of discord in our beloved Fatherland,
among the peoples of Cameroon.

Cameroonians have a more pressing struggle that
demands their attention. This struggle consists of
defining themselves, educating themselves, forging a
sense of belonging to a nation, ensuring that each
"citizen" is accorded a better quality of life, and
doing away with corruption, tribalism, nepotism, and
favoritism.

At this juncture, only one avenue is open toward
realizing the goals outlined above: the ruling CPDM
Party that now dominates every aspect of life in
Cameroon. Social change sometimes emanates from
within; at other times change has to come from
without. I am inclined to think that the external
Sections of the CPDM Party can play a pivotal role in
bringing about social change in Cameroon. Such change
can take root only if the local populations are
educated well enough to understand such concepts as
"citizen rights" and the subjection of government
officials to the "rule of law."

A largely ill-educated population constitutes a
hindrance to reform and social change. Consequently,
no matter which of our interloping pretenders to power
should rise to power, no significant change
will attend to the lives of the Cameroonian people.
At this rate, at this time, the only conceivable
change is cosmetic--a change of personalities at the
top and no more.

What Ayangwe has presented here is pure nonsense.
There is no indication of any concrete plans on how to
uplift the people, just slogans, slogans, and more
slogans. Please notice that there is no British
Southern Cameroons; no President of a nonexistent
country:

PRESIDENT: One who presides over something concete, in
this case a country--Southern Cameroons--that is
nonexistent.

HUMBLE SERVANT: One who serves with humility, either
one person (a master/mistress) or people (a physical
community/country) . Again, the person(s) or country
Carlson Anyangwe purports to serve is nonexistent.

HISTRIONICS: There was no territory on earth named
British Southern Cameroons before 1916-17. So what is
Anyangwe writing about?

Tell me, my people, who is Mr. Carlson Anyangwe trying
to fool?

Ma Mary

Danny Boy, I suppose you are taking responsibility for the piece you posted above, because you do not indicate its author.

You are placing your hopes on a bunch of non-existent CPDM activists. Good luck, to you, and please confine your activities to your country, Republic of Cameroun.

The union between Republic of Cameroun and that territory which used to be called Southern British Cameroons OR British Southern Cameroons OR United Nations Trust Territory of The Southern Cameroons Under UK Administration (A mouthful) is to all intents and purposes dead.

Decolonization of The Southern Cameroons has been ongoing for the past 10 years and it is about to go into another phase.

If history has anything to teach us about states and countries, it is that they are not permanent things, but creatures of consensus. They are products that cohere because people believe in them. When people no longer believe in a country or empire and the time is right, they disintegrate. It could happen overnight, such as the former Soviet Union, almost without a drop of blood or the disintegration could be violent as in the former Yugoslavia or anything in between.

If you think the Cameroon of your imaginings still exists you are the dreamer. It is a porous hollow shell waiting for a small push.

It is very easy and cheap for intellectuals to pick little words out of a very coherent statements to exercise their feeble attempts at ridicule.

Who is Carlson Anyangwe trying to fool? No, he is one of the lucky ones who can see clearly through the fog of deception created by the architects of the pretend union, whose sole intent was the annexation and total economic and resource clean out of the Southern Cameroons.

Shalom

"What Ayangwe has presented here is pure nonsense.
There is no indication of any concrete plans on how to
uplift the people, just slogans, slogans, and more
slogans."
Danny Boy, I am getting convinced now that hired hoodlums of the infamous CPDM like the one who wrote the above posting have become so blinded that they cannot see anything but CPDM. When they look at the trees, the sky, the streets, human beings,dead or alive, gun-totting soldiers shooting at innocent armless citizens, embezzlers in black suits, all they see is CPDM and all is good and fine. If CPDM had intellectuals, they would make them prepare an appropriate factual intellectual, historical and convincing response to the speech. By now I expect you to be able to distinguish between a vision, a mission and a plan of action and separate them from slogan. You cannot present all three within one speech. At least H.E. Anyangwe's is not as illusive and void of personal responsibility as the one CPDM prepared for their president to read to supposed unintellectual brainwashed Cameroonians on December 31st.
Please do your homework, come up with facts and challenge the speech. It is not sufficient to say it "is pure nonsense".Show me how it is pure nonsense and by quoting the facts and disproving them. By the way, I will like you to research a little bit about "Dalai Lama". Who is he? what does he represent. In what capacity was he given the podium of the UN and received with a red carpet in the US White house and senate?

rexon

Danny Boy,

I am now coming to terms with the fact that you have not only been conducting yourself suspiciously, but you are an agent of La Republique without any clear political agenda. That is seemingly the reason why you can only hide behind the SDF to fight us. How could you dare read and believe in anything written by Dr Konde. This is a man who have spent his entire life exposing his hatred for northwesteners. A CPDM pundit who hates Southern Cameroonians to the core. You dare want us to read from him?

Shalom

Hey Danny Boy, I just thought I should give you some hints to your search as you learn more about this nationalist leader, a Nobel price winner.

"Tibet's spiritual leader and Nobel prize winner the Dalai Lama says that human rights abuses in China have gotten worse since the country was chose to host the 2008 Olympics.

China says it has a historical right to govern Tibet, a land which it has insisted is part of China since annexing in 1951.

Tibetans continue to suffer harsh treatment by the Chinese government and are punished for having images of the Dalai Lama in their possession."

TV3 News, New Zealand - Jan 18, 2008. Check it at:
http://www.tv3.co.nz/News/InternationalNews/DalaiLamaChinashumanrightsabusesgettingworse/tabid/417/articleID/43793/cat/61/Default.aspx

Does this sound familiar? Can you draw some parallels?
Once a people begins to assert themselves, their nation is born. Nations have never been fabricated. They are born from the sacrificial activism of selfless individuals like Dalai Lama, Anyangwe, or Oum Nyobe, Ouandji and the like who sacrificed their blood to assert the nationhood of what you are today proud to call Cameroon of the CPDM fame.
like Dalai Lama, Anyangwe, or Oum Nyobe, Ouandji and the like who sacrificed their blood to assert the nationhood of what you are today proud to call Cameroon of the CPDM fame.

Paa Ngembus

Boy oh boy oh boy.

The frogs are running scared.

I can see the USofMinnesottas, the Danny Boys and the Kondes sweating. Their worst nightmare is about to come true.

Their divide and rule strategy has failed.

Their attempts are rediculing or belittling the struggle now sound very hollow.

Southern Cameroonian are getting together, putting their differences aside and coalescing their effort for a final push to independence.

Anyangwe is finanlly succeeding where others have failed. He has built a broad-based all-inclusive government that everyone supports. The actors have now agreed to work together and it is yielding results.

When our boys continue the pursuit of the final assault to get La Republique and her thugs out of the Southern Cameroons, anyone standing in our way will be crushed.

Wait and see.

OUR VICTORY IS ASSURED.

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

Ma Mary

Now, I learn that Danny Boy was quoting Konde on a Southern Cameroons matter? It is not too different than quoting David Duke or the KKK on a Black civil rights matter in the United States. There is really nothing to talk about, my friend.

Paa Ngembus

Ma Mary,

Please be informed that old pickin Danny Boy is himself a member of the Camerounese KKK supremacist gang that is bent on lording it over Southern Cameroonians.

You can count the Kondes, the Riccardos, the Henriettes, the USofMinnesottas, the Anre FuckAms, the Janviers, etc., etc., etc. in this gang of corrupt shameless gullible Feymen.

They have all been notified. If they attempt to stand in our way we shall crush them to the pulp.

Cheers Ma Mary.

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

UnitedstatesofAfrica

Paa NgemGOAT, let's get one thing straight, the fact that I believe in equality and justice for all Cameroonians and Africans does not make a "corrupt shameless gullible feymen". You are a massive fool, a childish rat, an illogical critic, an empty vessel and a fact-less buffoon. If you cannot provide concrete proof that I have collaborated with Biya's regime to deprive Cameroonians of justice, then you remain to be all the things i have accused you of.
And this also applies to the likes of Ma Mary and rexon. You closed-minded IDIOTS have decided that anybody who is not on your southern Cameroonian camp is an ally of Biya. It is a shame that OLD and CRIPPLED men and women who claim to be educated can be so NAIVE and overtly STUPID.

Paa Ngembus

USofMinnesotta,

You dirty little pig.

As long as you support the colonization of the Southern Cameroons by France, Ahidjo, Biya and Co., you are part of a "Camerounese KKK supremacist gang of corrupt shameless gullible Feymen" that is
is bent on lording it over Southern Cameroonians.

Go and hang for all I care little Froggie dog.

Filthy ragamuffin.

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


casara

UnitedstatesofAfrica

If you are not on Biya's side,then you are one of the most stupid,foolish,selfish,egoistic,illiterate,unintelligent southern camerooonian i have ever come accross.
Your words speak for themselves.One does not have to go far enough to find out weather you and Biya are on the same page.

If indeed you are of the Southern CAMEROONS,of which i doubt,Think again and find a better way to put forward your facts.Dannyboy exposed his id,you would be next.

We OF THE sOUTHERN camerooons would be free weather you and your click Biya go on vodoo sprees, we would succeed.

MUB

Dear People,
Years have come and go, Southern Cameroons goverments have been created. They have died unnoticed. Yesterday it was Ebong, today it is Anyangwe! Where are they? Are u sure you love the Southern Cameroons you claim to be president? If yes, then come and meet us here...the fight for statehood must start here not abroad. If u want to be a leader, come home.
Are u with me 'proud' Southern Cameroonians? let the leaders come home. We are tired of hearing about governments born in Zambia or South Africa.
Please let everyone come home...That will mark the begining of the struggle!
Or may the 'leaders' explain to us why they are afraid to come to their fatherland and stage the fight?
MUB....for the right cause!

rexon

MUB,

Patrice Lumumba, Charles De Gaulle, Thabo Mbeki etc all lived abroad while fighting for thier homelands. De Gaulle formed his liberation government from London. The Irish did thesame. Check your facts well. We have assembled ourselves and we will be leading the attack from outside.

one cameroon

MOST OF THE COMMENTS I'VE READ HERE PORTRAY THE IGNORANCE OF THE THOSE WISHING TO DESTROY OUR FATHERLAND CAMEROON.THE PROBLEM WE HAVE IN CAMEROON IS FELT BY ALL BE IT THE FRENCH SPEAKING CAMEROONIANS OR THE ENGLISH SPEAKING CAMEROON. GO TO CAMEROON SITES IN FRENCH AND YOU WILL STILL FIND THESAME BITTERNESS AGAINST THE GOVERNMENT LIKE YOU HAVE.I DON'T THINK SEPARATING CAMEROON WILL EVER BE THE SOLUTION.PLEASE IF YOU STILL WANT SEPARATION(WHICH I THINK IS NOT THE WISH OF THE MAJORITY OF CAMEROONIANS) PLEASE LOOK FOR ANOTHER NAME WHICH WILL NOT INCLUDE CAMEROON 'CAUSE WE ALL KNOW WHERE CAMEROON COMES FROM AND YOU WOULD NOT WANT TO SHARE IT IF YOU DECIDE TO CUTOFF YOURSELF FROM THEM. PLEASE LETS JOIN HANDS TO OLVE THE PROBLEM AT HAND AND NOT CORRECT ANOTHER PROBLEM WHICH WE'RE GOING TO REGRET IN THE FUTURE.

Ma Mary

Dismissing Southern Cameroons issues again? One Cameroon, get lost!

Paa Ngembus

One Cameroon [a.k.a Conceptman (Usa) a.k.a. Jc1 (Usa)] SAYS

".....
PLEASE LOOK FOR ANOTHER NAME WHICH WILL NOT INCLUDE CAMEROON 'CAUSE WE ALL KNOW WHERE CAMEROON COMES FROM AND YOU WOULD NOT WANT TO SHARE IT IF YOU DECIDE TO CUTOFF YOURSELF FROM THEM.
..."

You are right.

When GABON left they followed your advice and changed their name.

When CONGO left they followed your advice and changed their name.

When CENTRAFRIQUE left they followed your advice and changed their name.

When EQUATO GUINEA left they followed your advice and changed their name.

Etc., etc., etc.

We shall follow your advice. We already have a few nice names.

And please please please, don't display your ignorance like this anymore in public.

BTW, ton pays est en deuil. The Egyptians whipped your La Republique national team 4-2 in Ghana. Your whole country is in mourning.

Check CIN.

See you p'tit Froggie

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

Danny Boy

Rexon and Co,
can you please remind me of the name of your Minister of Defence or the Secretary of State for Defence in your Restorative Government? The reason I ask is because, no force of argument is going to change the status quo! You guys will have to go to war to achieve your aims.
Your intolerance to other points of view gives me reason to believe that you are ready to take up arms to secede or free yourselves from bondage by whatever means.
Be warned however that, not all Southern Cameroonians are with you. There will be a civil war that will tear your beloved Southern Cameroons apart when Anyangwe takes over. I do not want to be ruled by any of you thugs! That is my human right, agreed?
Mr. Game Goat AKA Gembus, I live here in the UK. Call me a WASP, not a KKK! That is if you know what WASP means. Have always taken you for an idiot with itchy fingers, with plenty of Daddy's money to burn. True to type you acting your part. A spoiled brat with a key-board at his disposal. Go back to School.
Rexon, I have entertained some rubbish too from you in the past. Mind your language and please stop being a loony!
Adieu.

Paa Ngembus

Old Pickin "Danny Boy",

Little buffoons like you never cease to amaze me.

No doubt that at your age you are still pretending to be a "boy".

If you knew what differentiates a WASP from a KKK you will not ask me to call you a WASP.

Luckily for the Southern Cameroons French brainwashed cheese-eating cawardly surrender rats like you are few in number among the citizens of the Southern Cameroons (if at all a citizen you are).

Yes, we are ready to go to war. We shall whip your Froggie behinds and liberate the country despite idiots like you.

If after we free the country you feel so uncomfortable you will not want to live there, go back to your rat hole in La Republique Colonie Francaise du Cameroun.

For us it would be "good riddance". No one will force you to be a citizen of the Southern Cameroons. Acceptance of our citizenship is voluntary.

If I were to have any say at all nincompoops like you will be deported to La Republique.

Now, out of my sight you filthy little pig.

A+

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

UnitedstatesofAfrica

Danny Boy,
your write-up was sharp, witty, brilliant and deliciously insightful. You have hit the nail right in the head. You can see how Mr.Game Goat aka Gembus was struggling with words. He didn't know what to say because you have exposed his buffoonery. Well done Danny boy, well done.

Watesih

"Happy are those who dream dreams and are happy to pay a price to make them come true".If after a year the Restorative government has already pieced something together and started mustering courage to move from talking heads to action,this can only be encouraged.But after reading through the statement,I would like us to leave emotions aside and get some facts clear,maybe Ma Mary to take some of the points up as she is wont to doing.First I still disagree intoto with using the name British Southern Cameroons.There should be a complete break from anything that gives of memories of the colonial past we endured.This should start with the first communication of the so called Restoration government.My second point has to do with the discrepancies observed in laying out the entity Southern Cameroons.Before joining the union was the Southern Cameroons a sovereign nation? If yes,then the Restorative Government is right to say they are a "a transition government whose task it is to return us to sovereignty and democratic rule".If no,then this government should elucidate how this sovereignty come about,and stop making this amalgam next time.The inference that the Southern Cameroons was not a sovereign nation before the union is further brought out in this statement:"Since the revival of the British Southern Cameroons as a legal and political expression and proclamation of it's sovereign statehood..." Was there another proclamation of statehood after the union? What was this intended for since a sovereign nation was already in existence prior to the union? My next point has to do with the the incessant use of "a legal and political expression" to refer to the Southern Cameroons.Why not just say:"Since the revival of the Southern Cameroons as a nation".This lends credence to the fact that it had been a sovereign state prior to the union.The point I will like to lay much emphasis on is that of claiming to:"offer real hope for a negotiated settlement",while at the same time opining:"We have invited Cameroun Republic through the most peaceful and civilised deputations to renounce its national policy of expansionism, colonial domination and exploitation. But all we have received in return over the years has been increased arrogance, increased mendacity, increased duplicity, increased hate speech, increased and widespread repression and oppression. What appears to inform our oppressor’s repeated rejection of every invitation for the peaceful decolonisation of the British Southern Cameroons is its false belief that it has might on its side and that its colonial occupation of the British Southern Cameroons can be sustained by increased terrorisation and violence!" When you continuously crave on the indulgence of someone to unclench his fist,and he dismissively spits on the idea,what would be the likely course of action? Keep pretending to be a bearer of olive branches? The idea of forming a government in itself is not bad,because a liberation movement can't exist in a vacuum,but what is bad is the idea of already setting out a blueprint whereby the government is craving for and ready to hold talks with La Republic.It is rather through different forms of pressure that the government will be yearning to sit down and talk.This is my first gist on the published statement and hope there should be debate on the way forward.Epithet-haulers should desists from muddying the debate.They should take up the points mentioned and debate them in a civilized way.

Ma Mary

Watesih, it would help if you break down your statement into paragraphs, enumerate points and so on. Make it easier to read, easier to digest and easier to respond to.

Watesih

1.First I still disagree intoto with using the name British Southern Cameroons.There should be a complete break from anything that gives us memories of the colonial past we endured.
2.Was there another proclamation of statehood after the union? What was this intended for since a sovereign nation was already in existence prior to the union?
3. My next point has to do with the the incessant use of "a legal and political expression" to refer to the Southern Cameroons.Why not just say:"Since the revival of the Southern Cameroons as a nation?"
4.When you continuously ask somebody to change his bad ways,and he doesn't what would be the best thing to do?
Sorry for the commentary-question format I initially adopted.

Watesih

"Happy are those who dream dreams and are happy to pay a price to make them come true".If after a year the Restorative government has already pieced something together and started mustering courage to move from talking heads to action,this can only be encouraged.But after reading through the statement,I would like us to leave emotions aside and get some facts clear,maybe Ma Mary would want to take some of the points up as she is wont to doing.
First I still disagree intoto with using the name British Southern Cameroons.There should be a complete break from anything that gives us memories of the colonial past we endured.This should start with the first communication of the so called Restoration government.
My second point has to do with the discrepancies observed in laying out the entity Southern Cameroons.Before joining the union was the Southern Cameroons a sovereign nation? If yes,then the Restorative Government is right to say they are a "a transition government whose task it is to return us to sovereignty and democratic rule".If no,then this government should elucidate how the sovereignty they are alluding to came about,and stop making this amalgam next time.The inference that the Southern Cameroons was not a sovereign nation before the union is further brought out in this statement:"Since the revival of the British Southern Cameroons as a legal and political expression and proclamation of it's sovereign statehood..." Was there another proclamation of statehood after the union? What was this intended for since a sovereign nation was already in existence prior to the union?
My next point has to do with the the incessant use of "a legal and political expression" to refer to the Southern Cameroons.Why not just say:"Since the revival of the Southern Cameroons as a nation".This lends credence to the fact that it had been a sovereign state prior to the union.
The point I will like to lay much emphasis on is that of claiming to:"offer real hope for a negotiated settlement",while at the same time opining:"We have invited Cameroun Republic through the most peaceful and civilised deputations to renounce its national policy of expansionism, colonial domination and exploitation. But all we have received in return over the years has been increased arrogance, increased mendacity, increased duplicity, increased hate speech, increased and widespread repression and oppression. What appears to inform our oppressor’s repeated rejection of every invitation for the peaceful decolonisation of the British Southern Cameroons is its false belief that it has might on its side and that its colonial occupation of the British Southern Cameroons can be sustained by increased terrorization and violence!" When you continuously crave on the indulgence of someone to unclench his fist,and he dismissively spits on the idea,what would be the likely course of action? Keep pretending to be a bearer of olive branches?

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