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« A Thank You And Valediction | Main | Military Insurgents Call for the Departure of Dictator Paul Biya »

Sunday, 25 September 2011

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Commandos

Paul Biya, president of La Republique du Cameroun and his clique had just set off a ticking time bomb that will go off on or before October 9, 2011. The Tornado shrines are going off and no one is listening. The international community should be ready to put foams on the runway for a disastrous crash landing that is about to happen. The western countries that are backing Biya all these years especially France, Swiss, China and Israel are warned that a political/revolution tsunami is heading towards Biya’s direction anytime soon and the tsunami had become much more ominous for Biya and his gang.

After the just ended CPDM congress, the situation remains very confused. There’s a lot of witch hunting, a lot of deception and demotivation amongst the military on the one hand and the top military/political brass on the other.

Minister Amadou Ali and his close ranks have created panic and fear as published by wikileaks diplomatic cable report. Biya is keeping them closer because it said keep your enemies even closer.

There is a lot of panic and fear amongst the ranks and files of the country’s security services. Only the presidential guards and BIR are carrying arms and on the streets but today, 1000 students policemen have been deployed to the streets of the Economic Capital in anticipation of possible problems that could generate the presidential election on October 9 Source: http://www.camer.be/index1.php?art=16022&rub=11:1 while the US Embassy and the state department has already issued a travel warning to all her citizens wishing to travel to Cameroun.

We're calling on all Cameroonians not to go near any campaign grounds be it opposition or RDPC as Cameroon will BLEED soon

The International community knows very well that ‘The strongest is never strong enough to be always the master...’

The Commandos Alliance

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"the peoples choice" really

 Dr. Peter Wuteh Vakunta

The 'intellectual' whores who spend priceless time crafting this bunch of balderdash on behalf of Cameroon's hibernating mental slave called Paul Barthélemey Biya have a tough job after October 9th, 2011. We know who these mental Liliputians are, whether they have the balls to affix their names to this maldorous crap or not. The hand of the clock is ticking pretty fast for Cameroonians at home and in the Diaspora. Qui vivra verra.
Dr.Peter Wuteh Vakunta

essay

Great this is really interesting and nice!

Nnoko Johnson

VERY long and FULL of lies... and same old story. No matter how nice it may sound, its all politiking.

kt

This Paul Biya idiot is anti-Cameroon and a thief. He belongs in prison.

kt

Paul Biya has a mental problem. He is been in power for 29 years too long. Get rid of him.

Diaspora

He says a vote for him means a vote for peace.Does this mean he is preparing to fight at all cost to remain president?? It's all too clear to see!!!

Thief of thieves!!!!

Njawe

please just give us basic commodities like water, electricty and good roads.We are willing to pay for the services.afterall we have been paying more to cure patients and educate our kids. Poor people loose cases in court. Your ministers continue to own all there is in the country.
Please i beg you in the name of God.
Many people die indirectly because of lack of these basic commodities. May God touch your heart to listen to my cry. God bless you.

Gianmarco Lorenzi Shoes

He is a good friend that speaks well of us behind our backs.

True Religion outlet

I feel it's time to finally come clean here on this blog. For a long time, I've been keeping a secret - much like I hide the fact that I did indeed watch the full last season of the Bachelorette! (Whoops. Cat's out of that bag too!)

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