The Root Causes of the Cameroon Anglophones Crisis explained to the sane, the insane and the world.

I had a vision that one day we will stand up and face ourselves in a decisive battle that will give birth to a new Cameroon, the meaning of Cameroonian and a new generation of English-speaking Cameroonian who will be proud of their identity.

I present to you my vision with honesty and integrity.
Anti ruling party sentiment is natural and is the birth of the opposition in any democracy. Anti establishment is enshrined in us and is a world wide human phenomenon but using such sentiment to build a segregation agenda is wrong by all standards. Ambazonia and SCNC should see how it is a never ending cycle of human destruction and societal desecration. There is already an anti ambazonia establishment fully established within anglophones in the name of patriotism.

In times of needs people need the truth to acknowledge and reconcile with their past.img_3377-4

There is no country without problems and no country has all the solutions to address the diverse needs of mankind.

Cameroon was created by Europeans and Cameroon problems were caused by event that shaped the world as we see it today in Europe. Cameroon is still suffering from these events a century on.

Cameroon has more to ask the world than anglophones have to ask Cameroon. Anglophones have more to ask themselves than Cameroon.

The defeat of Germany was the beginning of Cameroon problems. Cameroon lost territory that they can claim today if they have the might just like the U.K claiming territory as far as Africa, but we are blacks, we are Africans, we are treated with contempt. Above all, do we need Europeans to tell us about our land?

The anglophone problems is part of this issue. Post World War One, Cameroon became administered by the French and the English who shifted Cameroon borders to what we see today. More to that, the two different powers administered Cameroon according to their norms. The key point that anglophones are failing to acknowledge is that,the English administered their section from abroad (Nigeria) while the French actually established in Cameroon. This was to be of great significance to the future of Cameroon. Both should have administered Cameroon from within or from abroad.

Upon independence, the French offered independence whereas the English offered a plebiscite for the people to decide for themselves their future because they were not a nation, independence was not an option

It was simple, Formally join Nigerian English system of governance or return and retend their identity under a different administration French making it the third within a century.
This further divided Cameroon as one section joined Nigeria in a none binding. Note the meaning of none binding vote for it has implications even in the nearest future. The people were not consulted in 1918.

Mistake number one, there should have been NO plebiscite or one before independence declaration. The land was Cameroon and should have been returned to the owner without any condition and Cameroon retend thé right to question the none binding decision in the court of law. Above all, this plebiscite was offered because Cameroon was not formally divided post World War One to create a new nation ( southern Cameroon)

Upon unification, a minor group lead by Dr Enderley wanted an option that was not on the table but was widely debated at the UN. The result was NO although people voted yes to the option. A yes option would have breached the terms of their trusteeship.

That debate result can be seen today used by Enderley branch of anglophones for the propaganda independence restoration.img_3175-1

Dr Enderley did more than wanted independence but made many statements against the French administration that became the blue print of anti establishment ever since.

From then on, every anglophone’s personal grievances against politics the economy, prejudice, stereotypes are attributed towards that and amplified 10x. That thesis gave birth to SCNC that surfaced post 1992.

Belief me, the roots of SCNC date back to the 60s but prominent post the failure of two state federation. SCNC has always been active within anglophones and looking for for opportunities to manifest an amplified. 2016, was just another opportunity for them to justify the anti unification sentiments re-emerging as ambazonia because they were banned in Cameroon. img_0233-1 read this Amba statement to understand the true depth SCNC had gone in the last decades.

In every country, people who hold anti establishment views are seen and treated as trouble makers and trouble makers are treated differently whether intentionally or not. This is just a human psychological reaction seen even within families.

I am happy this anti establishment has brought us here today for the anglophones have been unabtto demonstrate the general francophones anglophones marginalisation that is the base of SCNC and ambazonia propaganda that is fuelling violence on our streets.

This crisis has proven that truly there are grievances among anglophones but when mirrored against the nation as a whole, it fails to stand the test. First anglophones is not an identity and individual anglophone communities have personal economic and political problems just like any other community in Cameroon today.

To think of further breaking Cameroon to serve the political needs of a group is just an opportunity to create instability in the whole central Africa.

It is worth mentioning that part of central Africa republic is the Beti community. They still share their language and costumes. Hence, if you truly belief in dividing Cameroon, return to the original tribal boundaries.

The solution to the crisis is education and acknowledgment of the facts. Cameroon as a whole need to revolutionise her politics.
The picture is a testament of the trusteeship img_3180-1

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