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simplice

Dear Friends,

I have just read and signed the online petition:

"Freedom for all political prisoners in Cameroon and Creation of an
International Commission of Inquiry on the mass murder of unarmed
civilians by the Cameroon armed forces in February 2008"

hosted on the web by PetitionOnline.com, the free online petition
service, at:

http://www.PetitionOnline.com/280208/

I personally agree with what this petition says, and I think you might
agree, too. If you can spare a moment, please take a look, and
consider
signing yourself.

Best wishes,

Ma Mary

The Camerounese military and government and their french controllers are no strangers to genocide. There are unacknowledged victims of genocide in Cameroun. DEAL WITH THAT, HYPOCRITES!

Ma Mary

The Camerounese military and government and their french controllers are no strangers to genocide. There are unacknowledged victims of genocide in Cameroun. DEAL WITH THAT, HYPOCRITES!

CountryFowl

" http://www.petitiononline.com/mod_perl/signed.cgi?280208 "

It is suspicious and does not look genuine. It is looking more like a honey pot, designed to attract unsuspecting victims and lure them into disclosing their identities for some other diabolical purposes.

Who are the people behind this adventure..? and why is the website taking a visitor through an endless loop of " no information ".

If people should sign such an online form, at least provide more information as to the who, the why and the how et cetera.

After all, given the historicity of many an African regime in pursuing and killing off it's imagined and real opponents, we should always be extremely cautious and careful with providing information in such a careless manner on line.

These regimes are devious, cunning, crafty and daring, imaginative and clever in the evil sense. Such regimes are prepared to employ extraordinary tactics and ploys in luring their victims for the final kill.
So beware, any individual should not let his or her natural affection, sympathy and the innate capacity for empathy be used as a tool against his or her person..!!!

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