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Aime

Yemti, this is a really good post. I have also been thinking about the possibility for change and what can be done. I would hate for protests to end up violent like in Libya now, but If anything can be done this is the time to take action. Observation: Tunisia and Egypt had a relatively less violent experience than Libya currently. I think This is linked to the countries relations with the US that have been fostered through treaties and negotiations dating as far as 200+ years back (in Tunisia's case). Libya doesn't have as strong of a relationship with a developed nation, which reduces the level of government scrutiny and has allowed for violent action take against its citizenry. What im saying is that these dictators need to know that the global community will not tolerate violent acts against their people.
Social media really helped in Egypt to make this clear. It also helped that there was a US presence, physically and remotely. In order for change to be effective, with minimal violence, we need to raise more concern for Cameroon. We don't have a strong alliance with other countries, so most of the efforts will have to come from the people, cameroonians everywhere. Do you now of any major activist groups?

dike

Hello Aime
Asking if someone knows of a real activist group give me a cold , yes i definitely will point you out to be a black leg . what do you want to do for an activist group ? if you are so interested why not form one so we really behind you . did they send you to find out who is behind this ?
Well that not withstanding Cameroonians have a good chance of telling the world their and possibly getting out of the hands of the devil , i mean the present regime but we are just so wrong about the way we go about it , first following all the reasons for the present uprising so far i don't see a reason to go to the streets ,

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