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Thursday, 19 April 2012


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J. S. Dinga

Fantastic Tande Dibussi! Just wonderful! The butterfly effect states that a butterfly flaps its wings in far away Indonesia and generates a small current which grows in magnitude till it becomes a tsunami, wrecking hamlets, villages, towns, cities, megalopolises and moore. Here is a Cameroonian butterfly effect unfolding. Just because a very corrupt president wants at all costs to acquire a luxury aircraft well beyond his country's means, he mobilizes henchmen to do his bidding, remote-controling them to do everything to avoid incuring the wrath of the World Bank and IMF, the main organs toying to get the Banana Republic/AK-47 democracy out of insolvency.Innocent persons will suffer along with the coterie of corrupt ones. And now Transparency International can have the last laugh. And Lord Acton dictum is proved correct once again, that power corrupts and absolute power corrupts absolutely. Poor Cameroon!

The Ngwa Man

Mr Tande this is damn good coverage of this topic. Thank you for putting all of this together for our consumption & understanding. In my opinion, S.E. Biya must be IMPEACHED because this Albatros scandal is a result of his attempts to secretly & inappropriately use state funds to purchase a private plane. The big picture about all of this is that Mr Biya has clearly implicated himself thus confirming the illegitimacy & illegality of his presidency once again. Only in pays can a thief report his accomplieces to the courts for stealing items from him that he himself has stolen & escape justice. The opposants in parliament should table a bill calling on the impeachment of Mr Biya from office. We all know that it most likely will not gain traction in the CPDM dominated Assembly but it will symbolically show the courage of the opposant MPs standing for justice & the rule of law against their CPDM colleagues. Biyacracy is a failed system which has benefited one man at the expense of all. Ironically it has proven to be dangerous & unfair to those that have enabled the sole beneficiary to remain in power till death do us part. Ha ha ha!

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