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rexon

This is good news for citizens of La Republique. NJFN has actually taken his politics with La Republique to right place (La Republiques economic capital). However, the people of the Southern Cameroons should not get themselves into this. Southern Cameroonians should struggle to solve their own problem with the colonisation of their land by La Republique, rather than get distracted by the constitutional amendment problem of their neighbour (La Republique). It is of no use intervening into the affairs of a foreign land, when you have much problems in your backyard. Successive governments of La Republique have promoted the occupational policies of their regime. There is yet no evidence that any new regime will reverse this trend. Lets concentrate all our efforts on driving out the occupational forces be it CPDM, SDF, France, etc.

Ahadji

Most of us strongly believe that most of you posing on this forum as SCNC activists are really are actually working for Biya to ridicule SCNC. Any SCNC person who things he can liberate Southern Cameroon from La Republic du Cameroun without fighting from within the present dispensation is an illusionist. We are not interested in people who want to liberate Southern Cameroon by posting long speeches and forming a long list government in Exile. Some of you SCNC activist have made a laughing stock of the Southern Cameroonian question. We believe in Fru Ndi’s move for equality for all Cameroonians and commitment to root off the Biya regime which has brought untold suffering to Cameroonians and especially to Southern Cameroonians. We believe that when a reasonable regime will be in place, we will seek for constitutional reforms that will address the Southern Cameroon question.
Thank you

Fon

Cameroonians should join the SDF now to resist the devilish intentions of the Biya regime. We Cameroonians strongly and vehemently say no to any attempt to modify the constitution to allow Biya and his clique to continue their theft on our resources.

FRITZANE KIKI

There is little doubt that the Biya's governance is reminiscent of the worst dictatorship as of present which has severely damaged the reputation of Cameroon at home and abroad.Mr Aladji if you think 20 plus years was not enough for that change to be done and fulfill the promises for the country and constitution they swore to uphold,then it is ridiculous.

Cameroon is united in ambivalence a democracy that is not rooted in the rule of law.If after all those years in power the system is not working then it is better to turn the page to an entirely new direction.We should accept it is unworkable and Camerooians will tell you they are disappointed with the handsome charmer at Etoudi,surrounded by ardent ideological believers.The lack of Freedom,liberty and democratic values primaturely applied by the 'powers that be' has caused the nation much to be appreciated.

The opposition still has much to do as far as fulfulling their goals is concern,rather than overstating their strength.We know the road to the Etoudi is not easy so they should redouble their efforts to overcome the CPDM influence,rather than remaining detractors to pressure movements and human right groups who are in the loudest form of condemnation and vehemently oppose any form of constitutional amendments and the stupity virus of the power-mongers of the ruling party members.

Fritzane Kiki
S.Korea

MOTABENAMA

FELLOW CAMEROONIANS, THE STAKES ARE HIGH A SMALL GROUP OF PEOPLE ARE LOOKING AT US ALL AS THOUGH WE WERE FOOLS. ITS TIME TO PUT AN END TO THIS NONSENSE.WE MUST LOOK FOR A PLAN B TO STOP THIS GROUP OF DANGEROUS PEOPLE WHO WILL LISTEN TO NO OTHER LANGUAGE BUT THE LANGUAGE OF VIOLENCE. IF WE TAKE THIS NONSENSE FROM THE CPDM GROUP OF POLITICAL DEMAGOUGUES THEN WE SHOULD KNOW IN EARNEST THAT WE ARE MORTGAGING OUR LIVES AND THAT OF THE NEXT TWO GENERATIONS. FOR YOU THE CPDM PARLIAMENTARIANS IF YOU VOTE FOR THIS NONSENSE DONT COME BACK HOME BECAUSE WE MAY START SHOWING YOU AND YOUR FAMILIES WHAT PAIN YOU ARE TRYING TO PUT AN ENTIRE GENERATION THROUGH. WE ARE SIMPLY TIRED OF DEALING WITH A GROUP OF PEOPLE WHO DOES NOTHING BUT PUT US AND THE FUTURE OF OUR COUNTRY IN MISERY. WE SHOULD ALL BE READY FOR THE WORSE BEACUSE COME MARCH THE PEACE AND TRANQUILITY THAT REIGNS IN THIS COUNTRY WILL BE NO MORE. OUR BLOOD SHALL SPILL BUT AT THE END OF THE DAY OUR VIOCES WOULD BE HEARD AND JUSTICE SHALL PREVAIL. WE SHOULD NOT DARE TO LET THIS HAPPEN FOR IF WE DO THEN WE ARE ALL COWARDS LETS FIGHT TO THE LAST PERSON THAN TO ALLOW A CONSTITUTIONAL AMMENDMENT. MAY GOD BLESS CAMEROON AMEN.

vextoj

rexon,
we cameroonians have alway told u people-SCNC blablabla or what, to stop disturbing those of us who seek solutions for all cameroonians. THIS IS NOT AN SCNC FORUM. whatever the case ur scnc ideas will be CRUSHED like a rotten pear. we will never allow those stupid scnc activists to destroy this nation just like paul biya.
we are calling on all cameroonians whether english or french speaking, to say `NO TO BIYA'S PLANS' he is not even sure to be alive by 2011 and he is already planning for prolongation.
AS for cpdm militants we all know u are addicted to `food' and `drinks'. Biya has alway used this method to keep u all in the dark. food and drinks provided especially in ebolowa and yaounde, will never replace roads, hospitals, schools and jobs which we all need in this country. the gov't is spending money to educate cpdm militants on constitutional admendmant meanwhile that money can be used to provide scholarships and improving on the poor cameroonian's life. we know all those old tricks mr biya.
As for the SDF i can only appreciate their effort to stop this old and functionless biya. but the SDF needs to improve on that quest. ALL cameroonian are ready to help the SDF on this matter but they need to have VERY STRONG INTERNATIONAL BACKINGS TO SUCCEED. biya survives because he receives support from the past crafty french gov'ts.
Those in diaspora should keep on writing abt this evil regime. keep on sending ur comments at both national and international level, so that the world will focus on cameroon. this is the time, because other african countries are in similar crisis-kenya, chad.
we must make the world know that all these events in these countries occur when the wishes of the people are not heard or taken into consideration.

rexon

Vextoj,

I am not against any African fighting Biya's constitutional amendment problem. However, this is the primary responsibility of citizens of Biya's country (La Republique). Any Southern Cameroonian can support citizens of La Republique, just as we supported those who were against similar moves in Nigeria, Uganda, Chad, etc. Southern Cameroonians should focus their attention on their occupation problem. The constitutional amendment problem of La Republique should be secondary to them. Because that is not their country.

lionking

Rexon when you say "southern Cameroonians should focus on their occupation problem" what are your personal proposals for this your dream move to be a successful one? I think a democratic cameroon can be a starting point for SCNC case. Changing the constitution is not only affecting the SDF but SCNC as well as CPDM generations. Be realistic for once in what comes out your minds. If any person calls on cameroonians to unit to fight for a democratic process i think we should credit such challenges.

Nsahlah

Rexon,
Remember that in a lawless La Republique, Southern Cameroon will have no avenue or forum to discuss the freedom of Southern Cameroon. As of now, you are a citizen of La Republique. You left the country on its passport, even if it may not be valid to you anymore. Let assume that you were to be deported from your current country of residence, where do you think you will end up? It is important to fix that which we are stiil linked to before looking forward to that which we envision for ourselves. The trials and tribulations we go through now will help to avoid such pitfalls should the day ever come for Southern Cameroon to be self governing. To shy away from the ills bedeviling Cameroon today is tantamount to passing the buck as the American expression goes. We are all still citizens of Cameroon, legally speaking.

Paa Ngembus

Nsahlah or Nsahlai,

Some of you La Republique stooges like former Minister Nsahlai (my apologies if you are neither him nor related to that bloke) make me wanna puke.

Let me paraphrase your warped logic here.

A slave sees his master's house under attack and he/she sees an opportunity to free himself/herself from slavery and you are telling the slave to defend his/her master and save the jerk before negotiating his/her freedom anew with the master.

You must either be out of your mind or you must not understand the words "the logic of survival".

Just where did some of you go to School Mr Nsahlai? In ENAM or Ecole d'Outremer?

Simply amazing.

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

PS: I see when I was away some of you little Froggie toads like Ahadji and Vextoj started jumping around and insulting people. I am back. Dare to raise your ugly heads and I will crush you to a pulp. Bastards.

red flag

ALL THESE ALHAJI, VEXJO, FOOLS CAMEROUNESE WHO ALWAYS TRY TO DISMISSED OUR NATIONALITY AS SOUTHERN CAMEROONINANS.

NEED TO SOME RE-EDUCATION CAMP. CITIZENSHIP IS NOT FORCED ON ANY ONE. ITS A MATTER OF OUR HISTORY, CULTURE AND
FACTS, THAT, IF NOT FOR AHIJO, 1972, ANNEXATION
OF SOUTHERN CAMEROONS, YOU PEOPLE WONE HAVE THESE BILE TP SPIT ON A SOUTHERN CAMEROONS/SCNC FORUM. THOSE WHO DOESNT LOVE THE FREEDOM FIGHTERS SCNC MUST CEASE FROM COMING HERE, SINCE ALL SOUTHERN CAMEROONINANS ARE SCNC MEMBERS AND SCNC IS SOUTHERN CAMEROONS.
SURE WITH ARMY ON THE GROUND YOU GUYS WILL KNOW WE ARE SERIOUS.AND WOULD START PACKING TO YOUR OWN COUNTRY. FOOLS.

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