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Friday, 07 March 2008


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These unlawful judgment scenarios which happened to be conceived by some politically sensitive "Masters of Law", as a solution to the recent crisis may even to be worse than the initial problem. Reason being, human rights are still violated in the process of passing law.


I wonder how informed the international Human Rights organization are about this situation. In the 21st century, the international community should not stand by quietly to see jungle justice practiced in any part of the world. That is what fuels sentiments and terrorism. The ostrich behavior of the international community which stands by and waits until thousands of innocent people are massacred before they think of intervening should be corrected. I think Kofi Annan learned from his mistakes in Rwanda and decided to jump into Kenya even before the feet-dragging UNO of Ban Ki Moun stepped in. In this case, even that intervention can be considered as too "little too late".


I have been reading most of the comments posted on this site and I have come to the conclusion that we are all unanimous about one thing; We all deplore the state of affairs in Cameroon.But immediately after this revelation, which in itself is not so hard to see, what again becomes obvious is that we seem to be impotent about initiating a change. We make a lot of noise and yet it is not heard. We need to seat down and think about what we are going to do to make a difference and how we are going to execute this plan. we need to get together and pool our diverse resources towards a unified goal. Most people quickly surrender to the call of war and violence but I strongly believe that there are other ways to beat these tyrants if only we can actively start thinking now instead of just talking.
this is a forum where we can meet and discuss issues without the fear of anyone threatening us with imprisonment it is a place where we can truly unite. lets take advantage of it and start something constructive.We can topple this government if we really set our minds to it.
I would like somebody to react to this.
God bless Cameroon


Another Nationwide strike is but eminent. If Paul Biya does not release all these youths unconditionally, then we have no choice but to stage another nationwide strike action. We were thinking of waiting until whrn he tries to modify the constitution but he is pushing us to go back to the streets sooner.

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