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Monday, 03 March 2008

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Ahadji

Dear Editors of the Post Magazine,
Congratulations. Your title page was very captivating. Keep up.

elison1988

I have been reading the comments here and I am greatly suprised at how anglophones wanna divide themkselves from Francophonjes. First of all, I am an anglophine and it will be the most stupid thing to wanna try to divide ourselves. What we need at this stage is for us to be TOGETHER and fight to remove Paul Biya from power. I never knew that my people were STUPID. Yes the francophone government has ignored us but it is our duty to be together to join ourselves and help product our country. When you do things like seperation, you enforce violence just like in Congo.This diminishes our little infastructure. If Cameroon is divided, I will prefer to be Un-cameroonian than to be included with a bunch of fools who think as some of you are thinking. THE MOST IMPORTANT THING WE NEED IN CAMEROON IS DEVELOPMENT AND NOT NARROW MINDED SEPERATION. WE NEED TO CONSTRUCT OUR CITIES AND ROADS. WE NEED TO INVEST IN BUSINESSES SO AS TO REDUCE UNEMPLOYMENT. THOSE ARE THE MOST IMPORTANT THINGS FOR CAMEROON. WE DON'T NEED SEPEARATION. YOU GUYS SHOULD STOP THINKING NARROWLY AND TRY TO THINK WITH SOME COMMON SENSE

Ma Mary

Anglophone is not a country.

Southern Cameroons is a country–my country whose union with la Republique du Cameroun has failed. It matters little who is the king or president of la republique, Southern Cameroons must be decolonized.

You are of course free to remain a Camerounese. Debiyarisation is NOT our project. Let there be no mistake about that. Our interests are completely different.

You are trying to gloss away facts and history and replace them with sentiment.

simplice

Mr Elison1998, please respect the opinions of forumites herein. Such derogatory qualifications are unwelcomed here. Where is your humility and understanding of freedom of expression?

FIDELE

I just want to say that the first comment written on this page is completely nonsense. I am a supporter of an independent sothern cameroon. The oppression from the francophone is unbearable for the peace loving citizens of this beloved nation of southern cameroon.
Please, the editorial board of this paper should always avoid comments infested by non-english words like what this nonentity has written.

FIDELE

I just want to say that the first comment written on this page is completely nonsense. I am a supporter of an independent sothern cameroon. The oppression from the francophones is unbearable for the peace loving citizens of this beloved nation of southern cameroon.
Please, the editorial board of this paper should always avoid comments infested by non-english words like what this nonentity has written.

one cameroon

FIDELE IS THAT AN ENGLISH NAME? PLEASE STOP FOLLOWING OTHERS LIKE "SHEEP GOAT".Cameroon has always been one because biya is destroying the country scncists now wants secession. WHY DIDN'T YOU CALL FOR SECESSION WHEN THINGS WERE GOING ON WELL FOR CAMEROON? IS IT THE SO CALL SOUTHERN CAMEROON THAT WILL BE WITHOUT PROBLEMS.I ALREADY SENSE ALOT OF PROBLEMS IF AT ALL THERE GET TO BE A SOUTHERN CAMEROON.THEIR LEADERS ARE REALLY POWER HUNGRY AND HAVE ALREADY SHARED POWER AMONGST THEMSELVES.
CAMEROON IS ONE AND IN ONE SHALL SHE SUCCEED.

Forest

FIDELE - be aware of call somebody "NONENTITY", just bc. this person (Ahadji) does not use perfect English! Who are you to judge people? Important is a intention, not a form. Put forces together; love yourself! Only with respect of every single individum (human, animal or plant) - you can grow into great nation - no matter to the word - we are using.

FIDELE

Fidele might not be an english word, but it is the way i have chosen to name myself. mr. forest, didn't you see the rude contribution made by this gentleman? . i know all of you have been bought over by the biya's government to preach his message of distruction and marginalization of the southern cameroonians. if you have not been touched by the torment inflicted on innocent cameroonians, surely your own day will come. you should be those corrupt individuals who leave cameroon with their salaries still flowing into the hands of family members. you can have all the time, but one day for the owner.

owunki

Fidele, I live in the USA, I desagre with Biya, I want him to leave, but recently I visited my country CAMEROON, people don't talk about dividing Cameroon. Few people on the internet have created their country "that's cool" Are we going to be like Palestine? Please leave people back home alone. They are suffering enough to handle new wars. You and I are sitting somewhere in this world but not in Cameroon. Read the history of Biaffra...

Grass_field

God help save Cameroon from these wicket people. How on earth can anybody use arms meant to defend the Cameroonians to kill the citizens instead. To those in power, you might be fooled to think that you are very powerful but please remember that you will one day answer for the acts you commit today (where did Ahijo end). THAT ALWAYS HAPPENS!!!!, and when it does, you should not start asking for forgiveness. Cameroon DOES not belong to you and you alone. Dear GOD please help Cameroon before greedy people destroy it.

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