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I'm quoting you "in some cases worse". Egypt and Tunisia have better infrastructure, job opportunities, roads, educational system, unemployment statistics you can name the rest. They are better than Cameroon in every way. Just name one thing that Cameroon has and those countries don't. Is it peace? Only a fool would call the present situation in Cameroon peaceful. We are just extremely lazy. They have more and they still can afford to oust their governments. They have a better military than we do yet they were not afraid of it. Why are we? We are like puppets playing to the tune of our puppeteer. If people want freedom then the people have to take charge it doesn't happen if nobody does anything about the current situation. A presidential candidate was hosed with a water cannon, and the media didn't react to that. This country is damned. No wonder people leave and never return.


The French are in chaos. But what are us Anglo's doing? Is this the right time to take our independence? I think so.


Do not be so easily discouraged, ME. The struggle for freedom never ends, because all it takes is a little money and power and some plutocrats will want to lord it over people. Even in America, the fight for freedom continues. The fact that some people defied the dictator and came out is something. Build on it. Keep the flame alive.

Va Boy

It just means we have to understand ourselves better. We are NOT Arabs.


Our so-called frog brothers are waiting for Anglophones or Bamenda people to act.Cowards.They will wait in vain this time. Lets remain and continue eating the Biya or beti shit! I do not know why our sister kah Walla even gave herself up for this humiliation. You see. As she moved ahead to confront the police, the other cowards drew back and disappeared leaving her alone. All they are waiting is for us to start again, sacrifice our brothers and sisters or children and they will come in only to turn around, betray, collect money and take sides with Biya as they did after 1992. All they can do is point a stupid dirty finger at Anglophones and claim that we want to secede from what union only God alone knows. Shit! lets remain in it.



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