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April 09, 2007

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Nga Adolph

I think Tabe has given an apt and picturesque view of the dilemma facing the African and Cameroonian "intellectual".I remember my passage at the University of Dschang,scarcely make mention of it anywhere.It was to say the least an "Ideological Guantanamo".You couldn't say whether it was a breeding ground for professors who wanted to display their unflinching and unalloyed support for the CPDM regime or a penitentiary for those professors with "progressive views".And the battle ground was in the amphitheatres where we the students suffered from the 'blows'.Finally,we came out from university completely 'battered' scarcely knowing whether we were busy accumulatimg theories during those years or we were the willing spectators of professors_cum_politicians on campaign trails.


Nga Adolph.
Leuven(Belgium)

paolo  laurent

nga. your young age, have very powerfull effect on your knowledge of self and history. your experience in french cameroun dschang is just what it is. universal french cultured world, just rubbish, rubbish and more rubbish, for knowledge and democracy, but thats by no way

engedered the whole african experience.
since the majority of africans are anglosaxon. ,not french cultured. whose
mind frame and world view is inculcated by a common law point of view. soo remember
when you say CAMEROON, you and the young
graduate from helsinki are referring to french-0sub cultured colony and state. thats takes orders and all its advice from their based state of france, itself not much in the world. soo. i for one, i am not a cameroonian, but i am a
SOUTHERN CAMEROONIAN, I AM A PROUD SOUTHERN CAMEROUNIAN. I AM PROUD OF MY ANGLOSAXON HERITAGE, THATS THE BEACON OF OUR WORLD TODAY AND THE FUTURE, BUT SOME FAR OFF, BARBARIC/PRIMITIVE NEGRO FROM THE BUSHHILLS , ONLY FOR ITS ARMS GIVEN BY HIS FRENCH MASTER , HAS TAKEN UPON ITSELF THE ASSIGNMENT OF COLONIZING MY PEOPLE, WHO ARE NOT ARMED, BUT THE DAY , MY PEOPLE WILL BE ARMED, REASOM
WOULD FLOW IN THE SPINE TO THE BRAIN OF THIS ANIMALS AND THEY SURELLY WOULD BE DRIVEN OFF MY LAND OR BE KILLED.

Wakaman

Here we go again with this Paolo Laurent fellow; a negro from the hinterlands of equatorial Africa who is "Proud of his Anglosaxon heritage". Wonders shall never end!!! So you are still determined to swap one form of European mental slavery for another? Shame on you if that is what you have in store for Southern Cameroons. I am an African who is proud of nothing other than my African heritage!!!

paulo laurent

what is a nigerian, s.african, ghanian,
american, australian, southern cameroonian?
without the anglosaon heritage.

i am very proud of my anglosaxon culture
and world view, without i will be climbing
the trees in the forest, and not beeing able to trade, and communicate, with the world.

ONLY FOOLS WOULD LIE TO THEMSELVES.

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