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To all free thinkers in this forum,
The pope is coming to Cameroon to do what until the state has to be invloved in sharing the cost?
Remember it was a papal visit that brought economic crisis to Cameroon in the 80s thus this visit will simply send Cameroonians to their graves.
Remember the first slave trade market in Europe was created by a papal decree where Africans were bought and sold like commodities.
Remember the attrocities the catholic church has caused ranging from out right murder to witchcraft


Africans will remain in their mental slavery forever. I say this because if you look around our communities and see the numerous black people who have and are still contributing for betterment for the entire human race, you may be tempted to ask the question as to wether these people never come on official visits to Europe. When you ask that then you will wonder they aren't welcome as we welcome white people in Africa. Think about Mandella for instance-fought apartheid, defeated it yet all his visits in Europe are as silent as you can imagine.
BLACK PEOPLE START giving respect to youselves by stop adoring white people. This german pope is a politician nothing else. If you would recall during the primaries between Obama and Hillary, he went to America to for reasons poeple now know.
Be carefull with white supremacsit. Pope John Paul 2 used the catholic church to fight communism in his country Poland. This Pope will bring nothing good to our Country...

Bela Primus Bebang

I think when we talk of a Papal visit of this nature we should be looking more into the Sacred aspect of it and it implication to the salvation of mankind and a better Cameroon.I remember how Nelson Mandella's statue was errected in the street of London with so much Euphoria and I am was an eye wtinessed to that.That made me very proud of Africa, the presence of the Holy Father in our country will be a period of recollection and a glymse of hope for our Nation. Those who belief in writings of folks who have judge and condemn others with blindfolded evidence are alreading accepting a new Bible with it stereo-type content.Beware not to conform your self to the standard of the world....Rom:12:2. We welcome the Holy Father with all Sanctity and love as we know that there are greater things in heaven in which He act as the billboard.Let all Cameroonains of all works of life support the Government and the Church in this regard.God Bless Cameroon

Bob Bristol


Just a little correction - ALL WALKS OF LIFE. It's an idiomatic expression.


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