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DR TAN OF CAMEROON


U.S.A AND CAMEROON RELATIONS VIS A VIS
GOVERNING PROCESS.
MR MILLER , NICE TO READ YOUR RESPONSES TO CAMERRONIAN NATIONAL ISSUES.
FIRST, I WILL WANT TO SAY THAT AFTER TRAVELLING EXTENSIVELY IN THE U.S.A [NORTH, SOUTH, EAST, AND WEST] I DO APPRECITE THAT CAMEROON IS A BEAUTIFUL COUNTRY AND IT COULD BE MADE BETTER IF CAMERONIANS WOULD COME UP WITH WORKING STRATEGIES.
I REMEMBER, WHEN THE USA EMBASSY SENT IT,S ECONOMIC AND POLITICAL ADVICER, FOR AN INTERVIEW IN MY OFFICE IN KUMBA, SOMETIME AROUND 2003, THE ISSUE OF ELECTION CREDIBILITY CAME UP. I TOLD HER, THAT WHAT SIGNAL IS AMERICA SENDING TO CAMEROONIANS , WHEN THEY WERE GIVING MR BIYA AN OFFICIAL STATE VISIT, WHILE CAMERONIANS WERE ON THE STREETS AND IN THE MEDIA PROTESTING .SHE WAS SURPRISED. THE STATEMENTS OF SECT OF STATE COLLIN POWELL PRAISED CAMEROON, BUT THE USA STATE REPORT ON CAMEROON WAS NOT POSITIVE THAT YEAR. AGAIAN MIXED SIGNALS. THE SAME WAY CAMEROONIANS RESPONDED TO NEO, IS THE WAY THEY ARE RESPONDING TO ELECAM TODAY, THOUGH THE MEDIA HAD A WAY OF PICKING OUT A MEMBER FROM THEIR REGION AND HEAPING PRAISE ON HIM, WHILE STILL CONDEMNING THE BODY. WE ARE LEARNING THOUGH.
FROM THE CHANGE OF CERTAIN ARTICLES IN THE CONSTITUTION TO OTHER NATIONAL ISSUES, THAT THE USA EMBASSY HAD SPOKEN OUT AGAISNT, CERTAIN WEAKNESSES OF THE EUROPEAN OR THE AMERICAN SYSYTEMS HAVE BEEN USED BY THE POWERS THAT BE, TO DEFEND THEIR ACTIONS , LIKE SAYING THERE IS NO TERM LIMITS IN ENGLAND ./ LOOK AT AMERICA IN FLORIDA.[BUSH/ALGORE].
WHAT I DONOT UNDERSTAND IS , WHY WE ARE ALWAYS MADE TO BELIEF THAT , HELP CAN COME FROM YOU PEOPLE , AT THE END YOU ARE ALL SILENCED . IS IT BECAUSE OF YOUR BUSINESS INTERESTS OR IS IT THE POWER OF INDEPENDENT STATES.
EVERY BODY GIVES THESE NICE INTERVIEWS, BUT FOR HOW LONG. CAN WE ALL KNOW WHAT IS RIGHT IN TALK AND DO NOTHING?
JOURNALISTS CAN WRITE ALL THEY CARE, THE POWER OF IGNORE IS AT WORK. MAY BE CAMERRON IS A VERY VERY BEAUTIFUL COUNTRY, ENJOY.
DR [REV] THOMPSON AKWO NTUBA MD.Ph.D

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