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February 24, 2009


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This is Government for Paul Biya by the military To paul Biya !O God save my people in Cameroon


We have many Cameroonian international Human rights lawyers both in and out of Cameroon..I think is high time we donates money if they are organized to drag Paul biya to the Hague.Just like what they are about to do to the president of Sudan!For how long can we allow our people to suffer?


This image is horrendous! This is de-humanizing!

To see black people (kids for the most part) being herded and subjected in such a humiliating spectacle by this so-called African government calls for more than outrage!

Well, lucky Paul Biya. Helas, la Republique du Cameroun is not Zimbabwe, in which case this image would have probably been the lead in the BBC's multimedia newscasts to show the world what a depraved rogue Mugabe is.


Oh god! what a horrific image. It looks like a slave ship. My god!


I agree with Martin - drag Paul Biya to the Hague to be prosecuted for crimes against humanity! This is ridiculous. Incompetence and corruption in the Cameroon government begins with him and trickles all the way down to his cronies who are stealing our country's resources. He says the protests are part of a plot to overthrow him? He is paranoid because he knows all the atrocities he has committed and knows he should not be in power - he should be in jail or in exile!
I shudder to think of what will happen in 2011. God save my people!


we should start preparing for the worst since that power thirsty old man has decided he who die in power but i have a dream that one day the would be peace and not relative peace as it is today in cameroon

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