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Paa Ngembus

My Fellow Southern Cameroonians,

You do not need any bilingualism.

You do not need any French.

And, please please stop begging the Frogs to learn English.

They are neglecting English at their own peril.

The smart Frogs know this.

Even the French know this.

FRENCH is DEAD.

In 100 years from today, French will be like LATIN today.

DEAD!!!!

Even the French themselves know it. L'Academie Francaise now publishes officially in English.

Yes, the imperialistic chauvinists of the Academie Francaie are aware of the impending doom. The demise of "La Langue de Voltaire".

So my dear Southern Cameroonians, stop being distracted with this bilingualism nonsense.

Concentrate you efforts on decolonizing your country The Southern Cameroons.

As a free people you will not have to worry about this anymore beacuse the FROGS would be gone.

So "TO ARMS" my dear people.

Kick the Frogs out of your country.

A+

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

red flag

WE 7M BRITISH SOUTHERN CAMEROONIANS DOESNT NEED ANY FRENCH IF EVERY ONE SAYS ENOUGH IS ENOUGH AND STOP WORKING FOR THIS FOREIGN COLONIAL APARTHEID GOVT. AND ONLY CONCENTRATE ON ACHIEVING OUR INDEPENDENCE, THEN WE WOULD NEVER BE WORRYING YEAR IN YEAR OUT ABOUT FRENCH,
THEIR PRESIDENT RECENTLY IN HIS FATHERLAND( FRANCE) DECLARE THAT HE HATES ENGLISH SINCE ITS A KIND OF IMPERIALISTIC LANGUAGE AND HE WOULD DO ALL NECESSARY TO MAKE ALL THE 2 CAMEROUNS TO BECAME FRENCH.

Ma Mary

Fellow Southern Cameroonians living in the strange artificial atmosphere created by la Republique francais du cameroun, should take heart. It is a mirage. French is NOTHING in the world. It is a mirage and it will disappear in the light. Be ready to shake off the stinking carcass of la republique.

Kumbaboy

The solution is a grassroots revolution West of the Mungo. Anglophone students should boycott French classes en masse. That will send a message to Yaounde.

In the recent Paris interview, Mr Paul Biya made his own position very clear - he wants a zone in Africa where French is spoken and timidly referred to "English" indirectly as an "imperialist" language. One of Mr Biya's first acts as President was to rename Victoria as Limbe - part of his early efforts to diminish ties between the region and Great Britain.

The root cause of these poor policies lies in the weak Francophone system of education that regards Paris as supreme. Such weak formation creates jungle VIPs, misguided nationalism and primitive dictatorial tendencies.


FRITZANE KIKI

Hello Forumnites ill health put me out for sometimes now but I am a bit relief and strong enough to give my opinion once more.Have a good day all.

Whatever happens the languages will be used in Cameroon.But on a sad note the English is dominant world-wide and it has a far-reaching implications on the French and Francophones as a whole who are studying crazy English just to cope with the pace of time.

Fritzane Kiki
S.Korea

rexon

The challenge is for Southern Cameroonians abroad to effectively employ their perfect mastery of the English language to gain access to prestigious institutions and contacts abroad. Those in academic institutions should study hard and succeed in their respective careers, creat a network of contacts and friends abroad that can be used in one way or the other for the betterment of the lives of the Southern Cameroonian people. If we succeed in our quest of an independent statehood (which we must), we would definitely need individuals with professional expertise to help build the shattered institutions at home. Quite recently, a significant number of Southern Cameroonian students have gained access to prestigious instutions in the Scandinavia as a result of the opening up of these schools to English Speaking Southern Cameroonians. Others who struggled and found themselves in the UK are not sleeping, they are building large businesses mostly in the property sector. La Republique could not give us such a luxury. Commonwealth scholarships are being distributed only to those who sing the CPDM dimabola, those whose parents have succeeded in looting the system can secure finances to study in prestigious universities in the UK and US. It is left on the poor and helpless to exploit every opportunity that a mastery of the language offers at the international level to help in building a successful Southern Cameroons. Southern Cameroonians should not sleep. Both at the political, economic and social front. If learning the language offers them an additional leverage at the international scene (which i am sure it does), they should learn it while being concious of their Southern Cameroonian heritage. They can learn with a vision to use it against their enemy. That would not mean they have bowed to the imperialist.

red flag

THE ROOT CAUSED IS CALL HATRED, HATRED AND MORE HATRED OF ANY THING ENGLISH.
ITS NOY NEW, INFCT THE WHITEMEN OF FRANCE ARE JUST LIKE THAT, THEY INCULCATE THESE TO THEIR OVERSEA COLONIES. ESPECIALLY BLACK-FRENCHMEN LIKE THE 11M CAMEROUNESE, THATS THE MAIN REASON WHY WE 7M BRITISH SOUTHERN CAMEROONIANS, MUST BE INDEPENDENT BY ANT MEANS NECESSARY.

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