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Sunday, 15 August 2010

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Jolene Cartwright

So we should not Celebrate Oct 1, 1961

Jolene Cartwright

We should not celebrate Oct 1961 we should bombard the UN with letters asking about our Independence. We need 5million emails from Southern Cameroonians, let's start right now.

Mallam Shehu

In your dreams! You and who Njimafor? You're on your own now, peace-loving bloggers have distanced themselves from your hate rhetoric. You can run but you can never hide. Nyamfuka, in your own words.

njimaforboy

You and other frogs can spin all the facts to seperate Southern Cameroon, but we remain one.

We have nothing in common with frogs, we shall never, ever live together voluntarily.

Cmeroon must divided into two Countries, we either do this peacefully or by force.

We have been at war for close to 40 years, and ever since Paul Biya , the butcher of etoudi came to power.

Gasoline and water does not mix. We will never mix with the French. Paul Biya can prostitute himself and Pimp Chantal Biya to France all he wants. Southern Cameroonians have more class, dignity and common sense than that.

We are willing to discuss shared government until we gain our complete independence.

The Southern Cameroon Problem, if not solved to the satisfaction of all parties invloved, meaning paving the way for Southern Cameroon self governance, will bring
bloodshed of untold magnitude to Camerroon.


Feungoh

Yes!We certainly need to flood the UN with petitions requesting this organization to correct its errors and restore our independence. We need the exact address or Fax # of the office in the UN handling our case.Can anyone get and circulate them through the e-groups? Thanks.
Moh F.

Ndamyimana

Mallam, leave insults and get the facts straight
iam neither for the seccession nor unification, yet i want to learn? since iam now cameroonian of RWANDA origin and living in cameroon since 1995.AM still confused and want to learn ;
so lets delve more on clear historical to substantiate and leave insults aside.

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