Monday, 13 February 2017

After 3 months of Civil Unrest – What’s Next???

Biya could be right when he insinuated that some cities have been held hostage, depriving the general population of their basic duties and amenities. Maybe Biya was right to have shut off the internet in these regions too. Maybe who knows, our worst fears could have been true by now. These two regions, especially Bamenda could have been in ashes by now.

And now the people are beginning to beg for more answers than questions asked. They say, “we obeyed you when you asked us to stay in doors; we admired you when you seem to speak out against corruption; we have closed down our businesses for higher expectations as you promised; our children have missed school and some have died because of your orders; we have been called extremist and are being stigmatised and stereotyped in the national market place; our regional economies have fallen and are falling to its knees; many continue to emigrate and the functional voids continue to widen – what are the lessons learned and what have we gained?”

Others are quick to say any failures are part of the expectations, but we believe that such expectations could be minimized if it was done in the right way. Worst of it all is that fact that here we are today, worst than where we used to be before this whole struggle started. If only we can understand how many businesses have closed down and/or been discouraged to enter and/or scale their businesses; if we understand how the administration will choke up the vulnerable population going forward; if we understand the potential surge in youth delinquency; if we understand the dwindling effects of emigration of youths from a vibrant city etc, then we will consider different approaches and opinions when handling such issues.

It is true that the civil responses have had a dent on the administration who are making amends on bilingualism and multicultarism. It could just be the administration’s way to show concern but we wait to see its effectiveness. And the main problem has just been magnified.

It is time for Cameroon and Cameroonians to learn from lessons that have worked in other places like Bostwana and the Gambia. It is now imperative that we unite and rally behind a common personality who is representative of a cross discipline to stand against Biya in 2018. This is the only way we can sustain and succeed in the struggle to gain our nation’s pride.


Written by The Great Anonymous.

15 comments:

  1. Why can you u go to bamenda or buea.and do a live interview and show us the people's discontent with the struggle. It's your opinion stop acting like is that of the masses.

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    1. That fight to replace Biya will be fought by Francophones not southern Cameroonians. We are done with the union and you better get use to it. You must be an agent of la République. Say that to your francophones brothers. We separated from Nigeria with a bigger population and army than la République. All what the government of la République has done up till now has given us sound reasons why we must separate from la République.

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  2. Responds to the great Anonymous
    hahahahahahahaha. you proposed something worst. How dare you propose elections to us. Are you in this country? Let me guess you are out of the country too. Wake up Mr Anonymous. Propose something better. You no know how Elections for this country di ever pass. make i write now na for pidgin. Better you tell us to wait for Gods time and not this election bullshit. Anyways we have rights to different views on the issue at stake but i have a little advise for you. Propaganda is going to contribute greatly in winning this struggle. As you can see the government is actively engaged in propaganda also. Its a game of strategy and it has worked in other cases. If you accept that there is an anglophone problem my bro/sis the anonymous i suggest you support the struggle by contributing positively towards the struggle. When i talk positively i mean you stage propaganda that will benefit us also along side the facts as there are happening. Cant you see the government in this case is the one with all this propaganda strategy and you are almost believing them. Its time for you to join your bro/sisters from the west to make this struggle a must win. Please do not stab us from the bag for what so ever reason. you might be fortunate to be out of this country or even having a better job in this country like i am. But what about the majority who are unfortunate. Yes the leaders must have made certain mistakes which are clearly evident to all of us, but i assure you that their intentions were manipulated by the government to produce a bad outcome.We win as a group. We win as a family. we win as west Cameroonians.
    Hope it helps

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  3. Hababahahahahaa, if u say many continue to "emigrate and the functional void continues to widen" I will say yes I reason with u but would have agreed totally if the government too is free from emigrating of its approach to this matter from the beginning that has come to this level, my dear don't try to be neutral by saying we should fight biya, he is not responsible for this mess u see today even though..... Take ur time and swallow the pride, appeal for forgiveness from ur people cus have have chased more pain on them, they thought they could call u to speak for them but u instead added salt to their wounds...

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  4. It's time to admit that we've made mistakes and everything has to be back to normal before things get worst

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    1. There is a place to go to and say that. It's City Chemist in Bamenda.

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  5. your shit is always pointless. You have no clue what is happening in SC. You bring up lies and seek star-dorm. Man up please, your articles are just a waste of time to read. people already know you for that. just stop disgracing yourself more everything.

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    1. This kiki is fucked up. Come and experience what SCs are going through.

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  6. If it isnt you who would it be? You seem to cry more than the bereaved, Please get something doing for your own good

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  7. She's right, cities r becoming jungles, childRen unwanted pregnancy, smoking of weed have increased,sex with sweet 13 has been come somthing normal, parents cofused, strike or ghost town has no result, the leaders being childish and of which they won't be able to handle a country if given a chance, I think we r worst than befor

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    1. She's right my foot. Where are the strategies she proposed she can only condemn. Which better way we're we to take . FYI try to control yourselves for people like you indulge in weed and sex around the place. Morally well brought up youths of Southern Cameroons have better things to do with their lives and they will remain the smartest when schools resume with assurance of a better future. You are too blind to see where we are now from where we were before for our states of minds are not the same again. Think with your head not with your eyes. The struggle continues till we get to finish line with our victory/freedom and rights.

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  8. You talk as if u have collected money

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  9. Why should complain on some if you have not ask people if they are not comtemted for the long waiting befor concluding by on behalve of people.you better get real interviesws from people befor concluding for the people of bamenda and buea

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  10. Anonymous is a useless paid group with the only aim at distroying the southern cameroons self détermination. It Will fail because of lack of followers.

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