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Akume

Biya and his band of thieves and killers will be visiting canada from the 16th -19 of this month. To highlight the plight of our people under this brutal regime, those of you in the US and canada should turn out en masse with placards other symbols, and demonstrate similar to the one in New York.
Those of us who cannot make it physically can do same by sending mails en mass to the below links. Sorry I didn´t translate them all:

HON. Stephen Joseph Harper, Premier ministre
Courriel : pm@pm.gc.ca or Harper.S@parl.gc.ca

Head of Quebec bloc :Duceppe.G@parl.gc.ca or ducepg1@parl.gc.ca

Head of canada opposition:
Dion.S@parl.gc.ca or dions1@parl.gc.ca

Head of New Democratic party: Layton.J@parl.gc.ca

Hon. David Emerson,Ministre of foreing affairs Emerson.D@parl.gc.ca


Hon. Josée Verner,Minister of women affairs and Francophonie : Verner.J@parl.gc.ca

Agence canadienne de développement international : info@acdi-cida.gc.ca

Provincial level :

La chef du Parti Québecois Pauline Marois

Pour la joindre : pmarois-chlv@assnat.qc.ca

Le premier ministre Jean Charest
Pour le joindre :

https://www.premier.gouv.qc.ca/premier-ministre/nous-joindre/courriel-formulaire.asp

Le chef de l'opposition officielle Mario Dumont
Pour le joindre : mdumont@assnat.qc.ca
La ministre : Monique GAGNON-TREMBLAY : Ministre responsable de la
Francophonie et relations internationales
Courriel : cabinet@mri.gouv.qc.

Please Be there to tell the international community, what Cameroon is like under this wife killer, or flood these mail addresses with pictures and conditions in Cameroon.

UnitedstatesofAfrica

AKume, God bless you my brother. I wish I could be there but unfortunately I can't.

However, I shall flood those e-mail addresses with complaints and pictures ,depicting with genuine accuracy, the blood-thirsty regime of Biya. But of course, Canada and the West already know about these things. They just decide to give a blind eye. With being said, we should keep putting pressure until we cure that blindness.

Delors

The change of security officials was to facilitate the attacks on limbe since the government of ze meka knew when it was gonna happen. Thank him for telling the world and cameroon how they did it.

one of these days they will show you a funny gang of people they are trying to bribe over the tv to deceive the people of cameroon and the world that some of the people were caught and thereafter you will see the people no more. We are cameroonians and we know Cameroun.........

Danny Boy

Delors,
humourous, but true! You think so much about these happenings and your brains will implode!
Let them recover the swag and present to us the culprits, then we can begin to trust them. Fact is, these guys are searching for a needle in a haystack!!!!
Good luck to them.

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