What type of leader do you want to lead and drive our country forward? What type of government do you want? What type of system do you want? How will you change your character, morals and behavior just under such system, leader etc ? What is stopping you from doing just that now? Your answer… Continue reading The Anglophone Crisis. Solution. CHAPTER 3. THE END OF WAR
Violence in the name of justice is not a virtue. If we have knowledge and reason more than our uneducated parents then we possess the knowledge to understand the past, misunderstandings, myths, propaganda, facts etc and bring this crisis to an end. We won’t even be here talking of solutions. Only the truth can serve… Continue reading Addressing The English Cameroon Crisis (AMBAZONIA) The END of The CRISIS.
In simple wispering words, how will dialogue address the crisis? Many are simple fighting for a change but some are more ambitIous seeking independence. Whatsoever you may think, the simple question is; how will dialogue deliver just that? For those fighting for independence, the odds are for you to demonstrate how dialogue will deliver when… Continue reading Dialogue Table Set To Address the Anglophone crisis, HOW?
Gays, lesbians, prostitution, drugs etc have existed since the dawn of civilization but today some are free to exercise their passions whilst others are seen as criminals. Freedom and a free society over a libertarian pathway society. Are all Acts of passions not similar or the same! Respect of the human does not mean agreeing… Continue reading The Gay/Lesbians right vs Organised crimes of passions (drug dealers, prostitution et) and legality over freedom and equal justice. Africa vs Europe
BY being ashamed of your identity, you have tried to create yourself an illusive identity to align with Englishness. Is a great idea but there is only one flaws detailed in your birth certificate. English is the language of the English people from England. Great Britain did control part of Cameroon not England. History must… Continue reading If the word ANGLOPHONE did not exist, it would have been created in Cameroon