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August 28, 2008

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red flag

INTELLECTUAL DISHONESTY ISNTIT JUST THAT?

WHAT NATIONAL IS ANGLOPHONE?
WHAT NATIONALITY IS FRABCOPHONE?

SOUTHERN CAMEROONINANS SHOLD COULD JUST THAT,
AND CAMEROUNESE SHOULD BE CALLED JUST THAT.
NOTHING MORE OR LESS, I AM A GHANIAN, I AM ALSO AN ANGLOPHONE.

Ejabe

At least you agree that even as a Ghanian, "anglophone" is part of your identity. So I don't see why "Anglophone Cameroonian" is wrong within the context of literature - A Cameroonian who writes in a colonial language called english

The SouthWesterner

>>RED FLAG>>

Since when did you became a Ghanian.Hehehe
Intellectual honesty a la manier RED FLAG.
You wont give it up..isn't it?

DANGO  TUMMA

MAYBE SOME BUNCH ARE SSTILL DOESNT GET IT

.......

FRANCOPHONE ISNT AN IDENETITY, ,THERE IS NO HISTORIC IDENTITY KNOWN AS ANGLOPHONE CAMEROUN, AS ELL AS

FRANCOPHONE CAMEROUN, BUT THERE IS FRENCH CAMERN AND SOUTHRN CAMEROONS. SOO, GET IT AND TALK SENSE. NOT PROPAGANDA.

Ejabe

Mr. Dango, please educate yourself; Francophone or Anglophone Cameroonian (i.e., French speaking or English speaking Cameroonian) is indeed an IDENTITY, an identifying characteristic. However, it is not a country. That is where you are getting confused and all worked up. someone can be described both as a Nigerian, and as an English speaking (i.e., Anglophone) African.

We are all multi-dimensional human beings and the challenge is being able to use our numerous dimensions in the appropriate context. And there are contexts where "Anglophone Cameroon" is the most appropriate description

DANGO  TUMMA

EJABE, YOU ARE THEY ONE WHO GOT IT WRONG
IDENTITY WHEN USED IN ANY POLITICAL LANGAUGE DESCRIBE ONES OUNTRY OF ORIGIN.
SOO CALLING SOUTHERN CAMEROONIANS ANGLOPHONE IS NOT PROPER, ANGLOPHONE IS NOT THEIR COUNTRY, AND LET ME REMIND YOU.
NO COUNTRY CALLED ANGLOPHONE VOLUNTARILLY VOTED FOR A FEDERAL UNION WITH FRECN CAMEROUN IN 1961, THE TERM ANGLOPHONE, LIMBE, DECENTRALISATIO, HARMONISATION REGIONISATION, MARGINALISATION ARE ALL THE WORDS OF THIS CRIMINAL , REGIME OF FRENCH CAMEROUN, GOT IT?

George

hmmm...

Interesting.

The SouthWesterner

This RIGHT-WINGERS would chop our arms off if they got their way.
Boiling criminal fascist in disguise.

DANGO  TUMMA

ITS OK FOR JOUENALIST TO WRITE EAST BAKASSI
BUT NOR BRITISH SOUTHERN CAMEROONS, HMM
THATS THE PROPAGANDA LANDGUAGE OF PAUL BIYA
ANOTHER LANGUAGE IS BILINGUALISM,

SHAMEON THOSE WHO FOLLOW THIS CRIMINAL GANG LIKE SHEEP

DANGO  TUMMA

another one is limbe
not victoria...
YOU DON SEE WATIE?

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