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Hi Alain,

You're correct; that was a poor transcription of what I said. What was actually said was that the decentralized architecture of the Internet makes it a powerful tool for freedom of expression for the civil society. Check out the presentation for a more accurate rendition of my talk. Thanks!

Pablo (yo)

Great blog!!
If you like, come back and visit mine:

Pablo from Argentina


Great Dibussi. Y ou are a true son of your fathers. O bosso!


Alain, working in Europe or the US does not necessarily make one rich!! In fact, those thieving civil servants, policemen, gendames, "contractors", etc., are better placed to develop their villages, be it in Southern Cameroons or La Republique, than the folks in the West. You should know, especially since you are based in Minnesotta...

Asafor Valentine funwie

Alian,i thought you were a gentleman,infact you carried yourself around,with a lot of confidence and gave me the impression you could managed any given situation.
Observe how you could just fall prey in the face of minor situation.Infact there are Anglophones in this forum that have kind of appreciated your contribution.Alain, you made me to understand Cameroon has a common problem,you made me understand you could moderate,I never knew you had skeletons in your cupboard.
please file the names of all the anglos who have conspire to drag the image of Cameroon into ruin and watch what i will do.

The Ngwa Man

Asafor, I thought the same about Alain as you. In life and in politics it is but normal to have disagreements with those that don't share same views as you do. In my opinion the most important thing is that at the end of the day you do what is right for your countries progress not stagnation.

If there are some Cameroonians that won't work with you because they are distrustfull of your kind. Work with those that are willing to reach out to you. We all to some extent have to prove our trust worthiness and reliability to each other as Cameroonians. Our interaction would be an example for others observing to learn from and eventually immitate.

Oh well such is the life of some Cameroonians.

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