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August 12, 2011


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dango tuman

Every citizen of southern cameroons
who go to work for french cameroun
govt. Is only making him/her
self an instrument of colonialism of french cameroun
upon his/her land and people.
every primary.secondary school thats funded and own by
french cameroun on s.cameroons territory is only
an institution of control.brainwashing and
mental subjugation.
power can only be taken back from a tyrant
by more power. Be it civil or by armmament.

dango tuman

utter rubbish. Which cameroon are you reffering to?
Obviously to you as your masters you served. There is
only one cameroun ie the republique du cameroun.

Nono there is the southern cameroons still under colonialism
by republique du cameroun. And the is the latter.
the joining by federation of two state
never happened. Since no treaty was signed and
the first french cameroun president moved in
his military prematuredly and
occupied our country.
ask yourself why would any one
want to move from freedom of an in
self governance to became a mere
entity of another country?


hmmm... clear

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