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Monday, 22 December 2008

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Fonngang

"the streetlights have come to stay. It is a Christmas gift by the council to the people of Buea".
Mayor Buea Rural Council.

Yes this is Cameroon. A public official supposedly voted by the people to manage their affairs which include water provision, power, and other social ammenities openly says that lighting the streets is a gift to that population who elected him to manage their money! What a strange interpretation of public responsibility! Does the population of Buea not have the right to public lighting? Well surprisingly, next election this bloke will be reelected by this abused population. At times I think it is fair to say Cameroonians just have the leadership they deserve. How can a mayor say anything like this and not forced to resign immediately?

Danny Boy

Mr. Fonngang,
a few years ago, the old presidency- a German artefact would be handed back to the people of Cameroon as a present, to be turned into a museum,Biya announced, as if he owned it!!! The sheep were of course on the streets celebrating. A few days ago, we learned of people bribing in Kumba to pay their bills. Mbella Moki is only paraphrasing or reading from Biya's communal liberalism.
Terrible.
A Merry Christmas to all.

rexon

Danny Boy,
Is Ayang Luc not a staunch follower of that Biya's communal liberalism?

Danny Boy

Rexon,
I think I know who Ayang Luc is, but fail to see the point of your posting above. Do you mean Yang Philemon-an aboriginal anglophone of West Cameroon extraction?
I thought our conversation has since moved on.Ha ha ha. Merry Christmas brother. Do be courteous next time. We are not fighting a war here in cyber-space, but simply exchanging our points of view.
Once again, a happy Xmas and a prosperous new year to boot!

rexon

Danny Boy,

Do you think i am wasting my time here? I am fighting a war here on the internet with the CPDM, just as i am fighting it outwith the internet with them. Get it clear from today. I have not been sleeping for ages because i want to do all i can to make sure this regime goes out. I am fighting a war here and to be honest, i very much hate you since i read that statement from you. Until you apologise and cleanse youself, you will always be someone i will distance myself from for life. If you wish dead to our people by proposing someone who sleeps with Biya to take over from him, u cannot be even my superficial cyber friend.

Sorry, i do not know the names of CPDM people as their names are a nightmare to me. Yes, i mean Yang Philemon. He sleeps with Biya, doesn't he believe in Communal liberalism? Answer this question, since you said he had credentials that are better than that of NJFN, tell us the credentials. I am waiting.

Cheers.

Danny Boy

Rexon,
this is the season for goodwill. You have until January 2nd to bury the hatchet with those genuinely at variance with your ideas. You do not need to embrace others' ideas and so long as these do not insult you as a person, there will never apologies forthcoming. You of all people should know that we live in a world of free speech and of other freedoms, notably that of association. You need not be my friend, but for heavens sake, be civil. You talk as if one wanted to be your friend!
In years to come, a historian is going to appraise Yang Philemons' contributions to the political history of Cameroon. In passing he or she will state unequivocally that Anyangwe, NJFN, Ayamba, and all others disaffected today used to sing from the same hymn sheet with Yang!! Maybe you used to as well. You are not that young, are you?
Stop harping about credentials. I told you where to look for these and if you are too lazy to, then stop these asinine postings!
Cheers.

cameroon4eva

All the elders in the forum, I greet you.
I am shocked at the strange similarities that exist amongst us.
We so easily indulge in self gratification that we loose focus of our purpose.
Perhaps we should look closer to SW/NW for solutions to our problems.
There are people on this forum that would rather focus on people than on institutions and that is a problem for many countries not just Cameroon.
Lansana is Dead God Rest His Soul.
Who's Next?

red flag

THE PEOPLE OF BUEA, MUST ENACT A LAW THAT
BANS ALL FOREIGN ROAD CONSTRUCTION COMPANIES FROM, CREATING (GUTTERS) BY THE ROAD SIDE, ,THESE PHENOMENE IS ONLY NOTED IN FRENCH CAFRICAN COUNTRIES, AS THESE SHOWS THE LEVEL OF POOR DEVELOPMENT, EVEN AS THESE COUNTRIES PAY MUCH MONEY TO FRENCH COMPANIES TO BUILD ROADS. GUTTERS ARE AN ENVIRONMENTAL
DISASTER, PEOPLE GET HURT, IN THEM, SMELLING STANDING WATER CARRY MOSQUITOES, THRASH AND EVEN RAW SEWAGE IS THROWN IN THEM, MAKING THEM USELESS
FOR THE REASON THE , DRAINAGE WAS MADE
IN THE FIRST PLACE, INSTEAD OF BURYING CONCRETE PIPES UNGROUND THAT CAN CARRY RAIN WATER SAFELY TO DRAIN. FRENCH COMPANIES LIKE RAZEL ETC ARE FAMOUS FOR EXPORTING THIS GUTTERS DRAINANGE TO SOUTHERN CAMEROONS FROM DOUALA ,FRENCH CAMEROUN.

IF WE SOUTHERN CAMEROONINANS MUST PAY FOR OUR DEVELOPMENT, WE MUST ATLEAST
HAVE A SAY AS TO WHAT KIND OF DEVELOPMENT AND WHO SHOULD BY HIRED.

UnitedstatesofAfrica

"Until you apologise and cleanse youself, you will always be someone i will distance myself from for life. " - Rexon

What a childish old fool. Look at the nonsense you are saying.

Roger Riccardo


Happy New Year 2009!

To:
* Postnewsline,
* UnitedStatesofAfrica, patriots
* and other brothers and sisters.
May the Lord bless you all!

Riccardo
CAADIM

UnitedstatesofAfrica

Ricardo,

thanks for the wishes and have a happy new year yourself. God's blessings and best of luck in 2009.

AFRICA MUST UNITE!

red flag

THE ONLY ABORIGINES THE WORLD KNOWS
ARE IN AUSTRALIA.

ANY OTHER THING IS THE LIES, FALSEHOOD, EVIL, BRAINWASHING, THAT EPITOMIZED, 12M BLACK FRENCHMEN IN CAMEROUN, THEIR ULTIMATE QUEST FOR POWER TO ENSLAVE 8M BRITISH SOUTHERN CAMEROONIANS, BECAUSE THE LATTER HAVE NO MILITARY.

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