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Ras Tuge

Popes are extremely dangerous creatures for Africa. In my blog, i elaborately explained that Cameroonians should expect nothing from the Supreme pirate, for previous papal visits simply managed to flatten the place. I thereby urged all African children to stage an acrimonious uprising against the pope whom i described as Africa's most lugubrous guest.

A pope's visit that has left thousands of struggling Cameroonians destitute, makes me wonder where our priorities really are. Is the pope who preys in perpetuity over some of the most vulnerable human beings more valuable to Cameroon than our own citizens?

The pope in his treacherous quest for spreading such a perveted and manipulative doctrine, enables repressive propensities in Africa by encouraging villainous leaders to manhandle their fellow compatriots.

You can't even touch the immensity of the wanton extravagance that these vatican hoodlums swim in, while poor and struggling Cameroonians are consigned to the garbage can of destitution. Does the pope have a conscience? That money wasted could have been used to alleviate the plight of these unfortunate people.

And our so-called 'chatty chatty' mouthed learned people chant a vicious chorus expressing delight at the pope's ill-fated visit! What a botheration!

Bob Bristol

At this point in time, the notion of JUSTIFIED CRIME is very evident in Cameroon. A graduate who cannot secure anything for a job and ends up operating a cigarette kiosk in a small hut attached to a main building is further made desperate by an unscrupulous government working in connaivance with an exploitative religion. If this victim is fully aware of those responsible for his plights, he'll delve into any crime with a clear conscience.

The unfortunate thing is that these idiots are usually out of touch and as such we are obliged to have thieves, prostitutes and rowdy drunkards for neighbours.

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