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Conmen, Especially that small one and the brother to his left.


This is the bunch of idiots who have rendered millions of Africans hopeless for some decades now.Yet they cannot be expose to international pressure or criticisms like their brother Mugabe because so far they have been loyal to their western masters.Its clear they have nothing more to offer to the African people but their greed and fear of justice after power have left them with no option than turning their countries into monarchies.
It would be exciting seeing some them living after power.

red flag

thats the group of francafrique

thoe black people who thinks they are french, who were personally made by france,
to steal wealth of the paople and oppress
them , solely to enrich france and their
personal pockets.



Buffoons in my back garden What a sore sight to my eyes!

These people are the weed that are choking the vegetables in our garden. The machinery that has eschewed us of the riches of our lands.

They meet now and then to drink their expensive champagnes, make idiotic promises and then retire to their mansions satisfied they have put yet another blindfold over our eyes!


What can these fools discuss, apart from how to promote the empire of francafrique through the colonisation of the Southern Cameroons? Can they discuss the shipyard project, the road to Mamfe? It is only Southern Cameroonians that can develop the Southern Cameroons and not any fake entity design to manipulate and francophonise the Southern Cameroonian people and force them to remain slaves for La Republique Francaise Du Cameroun.


Cemac summit, Cemac leaders my arse. Just some fake organisation created by the european kingmakers to manipulate nationalists Pan-Africans. The unfortunate thing is, they have trained their children and are busy placing them in positions of responsibility and they are continuing their despotic actions as that is all they know. I weep for Africa. To hell with all these liars.


Urgent Letter for Action Against Illegal Depletion of Fish Stocks in Victoria by Chinese Fishermen Working With Corrupt Cameroon Politicians
Republic of Cameroon Republique du Cameroun
Peace – Work – Fatherland

Paix – Travail - Patrie
Paramount Chieftaincy of Chefferie Superieure de
Limbe Limbe

Royal Traditional Council
Of the Paramount Chief
Appointed by His Late Majesty
Ferguson Bille Manga Williams
Officer of the Order of Valor
Conseil des Notables

Chief’s Palace,
Market Lane, Down Beach

Saturday,14th June 2008

To All Elites and Chiefs of Fako,
Chief S.M.L.Endeley,
Chief Ephraim Inoni,
Mr Mafany Musonge
Mr Njoh Litumbe
Mr GBL Mofoke
Chief David Molinge
Chief Etina Monono,
Chief Samuel Ekum,
Mme Dorothy Njeuma,
Prof. Ndiva Kofele Kale,
Justice Eyole Monono
Mme Rachel Lyonga
Mme Lifaka,
Mr Goddy Membwange,
Mr Meoto Njie,
Mr Henry Njalla Quan,
Mr Samuel Lifanda etc
Mr Humphrey Monono
Mr. Daniel Matute,
Mr Mbella Moki Charles etc.


Open Letter in Fakonet to Fako Elites.
Protein Starvation of 100,000 people in Limbe, The Result Of Chinese Non Sustainable Fishing Practices Which Have Left Us Without Fish

1. How can we live by the sea and we have no fish? From time immemorial Fako has benefited from fresh and smoked fish bonga, barracuda and mololo which we used to eat our plantains and kwakoko. Is this going to end because of Chinese fishing trawlers and Mr Dima Gabriel of FINI Industries?

2. Following the death of Chief Ferguson Bille Manga Williams, the Paramount Chief, the Traditional Council which has been managing the traditional affairs of Limbe, pending the appointment of a new chief wishes to appeal to all persons of goodwill to save Limbe from the effects of Chinese fishing trawlers which have imposed protein starvation on this famous and important Cameroonian town. A calamity has befallen the people of Limbe and we, the members of the Council of the late Paramount Chief, are crying out to the Fako Elites to take action to save the population from this untenable situation.

3. A few months ago, Chinese fishing trawlers begun fishing in Limbe coastal waters and since then the 100,000 people of the sub-division who depend on fish as a major source of protein have been suffering completely from near total protein starvation.
4. Complaints from the population were taken to the Government and the Minster of Fisheries and Animal Industries banned twin trawling and compelled the FINI enterprises whose license is being exploited by the Chinese to move away from Limbe. Unfortunately, this was only a temporary situation as the Chinese are back and seem to have disregarded the ministerial order. Do Cameroonian ministers have no power? Why are the Chinese still hovering around when they have been asked to leave.?

5. The local fishermen of mixed Cameroonian and foreign background now catch little or no fish for the following reasons:

6. The twin trawling techniques used by the Chinese by which they attach a net to two trawlers and sweep the entire ocean, empties and catches all fish from the coastal waters is banned by international conventions.

7. The Chinese net mesh width is very small and violates Cameroonian- fishing regulations and also catches everything in its path destroying fish of all sizes and ages in a non-sustainable manner.

8. The Chinese in violation of fishing regulations for trawlers come too close to coastal waters and carry away the nets of local fishermen in their more powerful nets.

9. The Chinese also fish in mangrove swamps and creeks the nursery beds of fish and in a few years time our fishing beds shall be destroyed by these non sustainable techniques by which they catch a lot of fish now only to destroy the fishing beds for the future by their non sustainable methods.

10. Only a small quantity of fish caught by the Chinese is sold to Limbe canoes the rest is exported out of Cameroon by the trawlers at a profitable rate to themselves.
11. As a result of the practices above we are now suffering or shall suffer from the following consequences:

12. Total protein starvation for the lower and middle income classes in Limbe and environs a population of 100,000 people.

13. Cameroonians shall abandon the now profitless fishing trade particularly as nets purchased after a struggle by poor fishermen are being destroyed by trawlers fishing to close to costal waters in violation of fishing regulations and without compensation for such destroyed nets being paid.

14. Foreign fishermen of Benin , Togolese, Nigerian and Ghanaian origin who sometimes invest 20million to equip a single large boat or “awashaa” shall migrate to other countries by driving away with their canoes, further diminishing our local fish supply. The migration has already begun.

15. The indigenous communities of Wovia, Botaland, Bakingili, Batoke and Bimbia, all staunch supporters of the CPDM, who have always depended on fishing, shall be ruined and are now ruined almost completely.

16. Disempowerment of 1000 women in Limbe and environs who are involved in fish smoking.

17. The halt of the supply of smoked fish, strongkanda and other varieties which are carried to the western province, the center and south, the north and Chad from Limbe (Just as well as from other fishing ports)

18. Destruction of endangered species like Dolphins and Marine Turtles by the banned method of twin trawling.

19. Acceleration of the destruction of our fishing beds by the non-sustainable methods the Chinese have introduced into Cameroonian fishing. After each catch the Chinese throw away very small fishes they have caught.

20. The authorities put in place by government in Limbe for the control of fishing have been powerless to exercise their administrative duties because mobile phone calls from their administrative hierarchy have terrified them into inactivity and silence as powerful political, administrative and financial barons are behind the illegalities practiced by the Chinese. These persons are involved in leasing fishing licenses to the Chinese or are friends of the leasers. Chinese diplomatic pressure has apparently been brought to play in this matter and Cameroonian officials eager not to annoy the Chinese whose aid program is effective have engaged in a conspiracy of silence as mass protein starvation was imposed on their own people.

21. Acts of violence between the Chinese and local fishermen have increased as fights attacks and beatings have been recorded. We fear this could affect Cameroonian and Chinese relations if this source of conflict is not resolved.

22. . What do we now request of the government and the state? What do we want? We humbly request that the following measures should be considered by government:
23. The authorities should control the mesh width of Chinese nets.

24. Violators of regulations be dealt with in accordance with the laws in force by Fisheries and “Marine Marchand” who should not be disturbed by mobile phone calls from the corrupt hierarchy.

25. The Chinese practice of twin trawling should be banned.

26. The Chinese should maintain the distance from coastal waters and the continental shelf required by Cameroonian regulations.

27. They should pay for all nets they destroy.

28. They should sell their fish in Limbe and other Cameroonian towns so as to arrest protein starvation we are now experiencing rather than export this fish.

29. A ban on fish exports should be made to alleviate hunger until proper controls have been instituted to assure that Cameroonians have no shortage of fish.

30. Chinese trawlers have shown that they are not respecters of Cameroonian law and need to be handled with iron hands.

31. Corrupt officials whom they have compromised, and who have blocked the regulation of Chinese fishing should be dealt with in accordance with administrative practice.

32. The Council wishes to thank all persons and NGO’s who have so far made an effort to sensitise the authorities about this very serious problem. We hope that the Chinese who have shown they are good friends of Cameroon shall co-operate and respect our laws.

33. How can we live by the sea and we have no fish?

We remain, Faithfully Yours,
Members of the Council
Mr. Moki Monono: Secretary. 94430211,
Chief Emmanuel Matute Mbene: Quarter Head 99955819.
Chief Lisuke George Nganje: Quarter Head 77494691
Chief Shalman Mokumu: Quarter Head 74950063
Mr. George Burnley. Quarter Head 77494691
Mr. Duse Anthony: Quarter Head 77072838
Mr. Sammy Rhoom: Notable 99947726


House of Commons Debates on Democracy and Elections in Africa: Cameroon and Zimbabwe: Part IV
By Louis Egbe Mbua

House of Commons Debates: 22 April 2008

When these debates were held in London on 22 April 2008, few could predict the scale of erosion of human rights in Cameroon and Zimbabwe as we have today. In Cameroon, Mr. Paul Biya performed a constitutionally criminal fraud by changing the constitution so that he may stay in power forever while vowing to kill any person who opposes his malevolent and disgraceful political diktat. Unfortunately, the world has turned the other way. In Zimbabwe, on the other hand, Robert Mugabe’s own grotesque political and economic folly is now out of control; attacking and oppressing his own African people: whom he claims to have liberated. Whether the opposition MDC is supported by the West or not is a matter of profound irrelevance as Mugabe crosses the line from the tight but manageable democratic encampment into a dangerous and insecure political zone of miscalculation by intimidation, violence; other undemocratic and totally unacceptable method of mob rule. These callous actions, due possibly to some kind of power-lotion, of clear megalomania of these two men have not the remotest connections with African independence or liberation; and are therefore have to be condemned as possibly crimes against humanity. So, the entire world must stand up; drive them out of their power-mad bubbles for the sake of international peace and security by means of sustained and measured international sanctions.

I will add nothing to the upcoming speech -- his own contribution to the debate -- by Cameroonian, Mr. Albert Moutoudou, Leader of the legendary Union des Populations Camerounais (UPC) branch in France:

Moutoudou’s Speech began slowly; having apologised for his lack of full command of the English language: on the other hand his was that of outstanding eloquence, depth and insight. He began by expressing grave concern on the possibilities of political instability in Cameroon due to flagrant abuse of human rights by the French-backed puppet regime installed in Yaoundé. He then moved quickly to narrate a short history of Cameroon: that Cameroon became independent in 1960 with Ahidjo as a hand-picked President serving France. Ahidjo moved gradually from multi-party politics to a one party state in 1961 – 1966. Consequently Cameroonians were under a reign of dictatorial terror of a one party state in 1966 – 1991: first by Ahidjo from 1966 – 82; and then Paul Biya from 1982 – 1991.

Moutoudou stated that although there was a semblance of democracy after 1991 – after pressure from the people – the entire process to this day is a monumental scam because the inept and corrupt government of Cameroon actually chose which party can actually exist. This gives rise to mushroom and fake political parties with the result that the opposition is a non-existence. Although there is the well-known SDF opposition party, they also have fallen in the trap of depending, for their daily bread, on the discredited junta in Yaoundé and their equally hated CPDM ruling party apparatchiks. His observation also wandered on the credibility of the electoral list; and that it is on perpetual abuse by the ruling party because inscription of the lists in the stronghold of the opposition is always prevented by the ruling CPDM with the help of violence and threats by the forces.

In another case of open fraud, the regime issues multiple voting cards for individual supporters so that they may multi-vote for the CPDM. Motoudou then concluded that there is a National network of elaborate electoral fraud in Cameroon: the constituents being the Prefects, District Officers and the military; that Provincial Governors of the ten provinces of Cameroon receive orders from Yaoundé, almost certainly from Paul Biya, advising them on quotas required from them in an electoral process in this shameful and corrupt process; and that those who fail to deliver their quotas usually pay with their jobs. Moutoudou, from eyewitness accounts, said the puppet regime use all kinds of methods to maintain itself in power in the fraudulent elections and constitutionally criminal manoeuvres: this they maintain by violence by the Cameroon military against the people so that Mr. Paul Biya continues to “win” rigged elections without shame. These disgraceful and unfavourably adverse and violent political climate means that Cameroon is in danger of a political explosion; and that “the fire is under the ashes” waiting to be ignited in volcanic magnitude, he added.

According to Mr. Moutoudou, the poor have abandoned the remotest of hopes of a better life or future; and therefore are in a position of no gain no losing. Consequently they will be prepared to risk drive out the clique in Yaoundé as a matter of their own survival. In addition the problem becomes more acute as the world becomes more of a global village with economies reaching convergence whereby prices of goods and services become similar in developing and developed world. The result has been desperation for the poor and the death of the weak. This scenario and impending collapse of the political system of Cameroon must be stopped because we cannot continue while there in this madness and insanity. This condition, Moutodou said, was manifested in 24 April 2000 when young people, unemployed and made homeless by decades of the corrupt rule of the present regime and its people in power looted and stole the nation’s wealth for themselves while University graduates are living like paupers. Worse, they have no means of fighting back in peaceful protests because where conventional methods are used by civilised countries to break a strike or riot, in Cameroon the army is brought in to shoot to kill peaceful strikers. The violent regime has a shoot to kill policy for those who protest against years of theft, violence, abuse of human rights by the Biya regime.

According to Motoudou, Biya has actualised the certainty of violence between those who oppose his foolish and short-sighted policies and those who wish to perpetuate and eternalise their corrupt and fraudulent stay in power: Paul Biya changed the constitution for a third term. This act is a criminal act because the fact that he violated the constitution means that he has committed treason and therefore a criminal who must face trial together with the MPs who collaborated in this act of fraud, shame and foolishness. Motoudou further informed the audience that he had just met and briefed the French MPs about the imminent instability in Cameroon.

Author’s Comments:

An emboldened murderer and criminal does as he pleases to the human race on several counts: that he has a delusional state of mind that may be due to his evil activities getting hold of his senses so as to twist it in reverse for him to believe that he is not human; surrounded by other men of unsteady and crippled thoughts; deception of the occult that preaches false eternity; and finally outright folly.

In this grave matter, therefore, there appears to be only one solution; and that lies with the populace. A population that allows a thief and a criminal to continue to lead them into ruin will surely become thieves and criminals as well; for if the blind leads the blind they will both descend into the bottomless pit in a chattering gnashing of the teeth: that is as sure as night follows day. Now some may ask why the author advocates this kind of hypothesis; surely he is also part of the people. Or is he?

This fact which is evident; that the author is part of the non-action crowd. On the other hand, if the author were in the desired position, he will merely match up to the system and remove it. Alas! One cannot be in two places at the same time; but time chance and opportunity may serve to alter, mobilise or immobilise a tenuous circumstance. Thus, no people should sign any contract with an evil system: for if a people have been deceived into such a contract, the normal process and the right action to take are to repudiate, utterly and with force, such a signatory in their name; and declare the contract null and void: meaning that that particularly leadership and her system has already been irrevocably condemned as in the books of law of Medes and Persia in antiquity. A condemned man has no place to go since wherever he goes he will be recognised. Like biblical Caine who murdered his brother Abel out of vanity; and was given a mark, so too are condemned leaders in an evil system marked. Consequently, any person who finds him has a right to demand an explanation for such a mark.

That people sit quiet or silent while a thief runs riot with their loot; and engages in despicable barbaric cruelty does not remotely indicates that he has won: for winning means being on the right and triumph; and not being on the wrong to vanquish: since those who win the wrong victory will live to be destroyed instantaneously without warning: for the people are just waiting for an opportunity, time and place to redress the wrongs wrought on them by a bad leadership and system so that they may institute what is right and just; for that is the natural state of man. Others may point out to the opposite – that man is naturally evil. This, I believe is an erroneous concept: for the right premise is that man has the knowledge of good and evil. It follows that when a person commits an evil or right act, he knows exactly what he is doing; and that the entire enraged world, if the act was evil, knows that what he has done is evil. The natural tendency, therefore, is first to punish the evil doer; and then, in case of nations, throw out his evil system; to be replaced by what is good until such a time when good again is usurped by evil. That is the case with tyrannical and genocide leaders such as Hitler, Caligula, Idi Amin, Mobutu, Herod and others in antiquity who were destroyed as a result of their crimes and murders to be replaced by justice.

The Cameroon people should rise up and throw out this regime: for in the regime is no credibility at all. In them we see the rise of AIDS, death of the youths, depletion of fish stocks and protein starvation by corrupt deals with foreign powers; blatant land grabbing in violation of African Commission of Human rights judgements and indictments; open academic fraud by Professors; loose morals; mediocrity has replaced excellence, nepotism and tribalism that surpasses understanding; genocide announcements by extreme right wing Neo-Nazi-tribalists; senseless violence; insecurity; terror, mass looting of country’s finances by men in power, discrimination against the Anglophones; parochial development (imagine the political and economic stupidity/jealousy against the Port of Victoria in favour of the less suitable Kribi Port) brain drain, murders of children and protesting students, mass unemployment; insatiable and naked greed, the rise of the occult, constitutional criminality and other backward and primitive aspects that were long gone in the 1970s – today they are heralded by the Biya regime. This must come to an end.

To correct Mr. Moutoudou, Cameroon of today has no single independence date. La Republique du Cameroun (Francophone Cameroon) which he referred to, attained her Independence in 1960. Southern Cameroons (Anglophone Cameroon) attained their own independence in 1961 after a fraudulent, illegal, arrogant and disgraceful plebiscite organised by the UN in a conspiracy deal with the world powers; and in violation of the UN Trusteeship Agreement and international law. Whatever the case, we now find ourselves in this situation; and the same region of the Biya tyranny and insanity: we must work together, agree to disagree, to first drive him and his system out; and then we will have the opportunity to redress these social, economic and political injustices so that accountability and the rule of law will be the golden rule; and not violence, fraud and a government driven by unquenchable greed, arrogance, undemocratic ideals, and illegality: unaccountable to no one but themselves. In the present system of things, the people are irrelevant as long as those in power are in power— their aim is power, greed and self-interest; not people, brain and progress.

Ma Mary

Rexon: that is a most interesting letter from the coastal chieves. Do they imagine that their allegiance to the predatory CPDM party gives their people special protection from Franco-Camerounese greed and neglect?


Cameroon's future lies in greater integration with countries to the West. Cameroon's unofficial business with the Nigerian federation exceeds the chicken feed within CEMAC.

When Mr. Paul Biya pontificates about integration, the other leaders must be wary of Camerounisation of the central african region. This is what Biya does best - politiking, wasting money and time.

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