Sunday, November 27, 2016

Problem of Marginalization in the union Southern Cameroons/ La Republic: Dante's Curse on Anglophone Ministers

 By Writtam-pen
Country people, I am sure you must have been wondering whether your Writam-pen kicked the bucket.  To be candid, your Writam-pen went on hibernation to the point that he decided to observe months of silence. You know people are fun of observing minutes of silence but I always like to make the difference reasons why I went in for months of silence until the ongoing uprising reawakened me. Truth is bitter but must be spoken if it means vanishing for it.
To cut the matter short, this is the time anyone who says there no big problem of marginalization in the union between Southern Cameroons and La Republic should be considered as being in a state of sin.  
Country People, I think there is no room for neutrality or for those fence sitters who will end up in the hottest corners of Dante’s inferno as far as the current deadlock surrounding Anglophone problems is concern. The problem exists and the schism is sharper than ever, although it should be borne in mind that this polarisation does not date from the Common Law Layers, teachers’ sit-in strike or the Standup Coffin comedy in Bamenda that degenerated into a popular uprising. But those continue to pretend that there is no Anglophone problem can only be regarded as deceits that merit the lowest place in hell, which is the place best suited for hypocrites.
In Dante’s great poem, the neutrals, it is said that those who in this world had never taken a side, occupy the mouth and vestibule of Hell. There they swirl unceasingly in clouds of red sand, their faces bitten by wasps and hornets. They pursue in a blind fatal way a flag which never stays for a moment in one place. In fact, Dante denies them the moral dignity of a place even in hell itself. “Heaven will not have them, and the deep Hell receives them not lest the wicked,  they should have some glory over them” And what was the sin of these neutrals? Oh, simply this: they had never taken a side. They had spent God’s precious moment watching which way the wind was likely to blow. In short, Anglophones are growing more and more conscious of the size of the political duplicity and hypocrisy that had been used against them.
Country people!!! This world is wicked. Can you imagine that up to date the likes of Simon Achidi Achu have been silent over the Anglophone problems? Can someone tell me what really took the Prime Minister Yang Philemon to Bamenda? Yang is an Anglophone, and should know the problems of the Anglophones in this country.  Better for Atanga Nji, Larent Esso, Isa Tchiroma, Jacque Fame Ndongo and other regime barons who say there is no Anglophone problem in Cameroon. I cannot blame them. I don’t want to say this is a slave mentality but it is something closer to it. Those who always give a blind eye to realities don’t do it out of conviction. I hear Popoul is very disappointed with them for kicking Yang Philemon from behind. That was a horrific game that deserves a “red card from Popoul. Who is bigger, the Prime minister or cabinet minister? Just wondering!!!!
 Popoul’s ministers are really shits. I have always said that some of them don’t speaks out of sincerity. They do it out of two things: either they are after something or something is after them. You know thieves at times are even scared of their shadows. That is how these ministers behave. They are all hypocrites.  
Whenever I look at the manner of those who turn around Popoul and who have ruined this country with lies, it cripples me with shame which is deeply painful. This incident has made me to see now that people who abuse those who are telling the truth are just moral cowards and being cowards, fear is what guides their behavior. To feel sorry for them would be like going into a monster’s cave, seeing this slimey blob of a greedy little beast, a corrupt, evil, self serving, full of lies, without conscience beast.... yet allows it to create a living hell on earth for itself through its own greed and evil. God forbid. They always pretend to be together whereas they not. As they sit on the same table everyone is suspicious of everyone around. Yet they will always rise to talk of a one and indivisible Cameroon. Are we one? Why is it that some people are so scared when the word Southern Cameroons is mentioned as if it never existed? There is nothing like oneness in the minds of these dirty thieves. I am sure Popoul will spill the beans again this week. The unexpected will send some of them off the line again, I hear. 
I also see very clearly that what they’ve been giving out is about to ricochet back onto them. What plans are they putting in place to enslave our consciousness or fill us with lies and untruthful promises? They are not creating super soldiers who can torture and kill us without a second thought. I see that look on so many of their faces whenever someone mentions the devastating impact and the collapse of a close fascist regime.
 I watched some of them on TV and saw that they are so evil from the look on their faces. All they care about is their own greed, comfort and conveniences. They look damned smug as they think to themselves especially how little they care about Anglophones. I just imagine what they tell their wives, children about the sort of country they’ll be creating with their selfishness because they’ll be long gone when 2035 comes. What? They’re too blind and stupid to see tomorrow when freedom shall come; it will be them who will come back to life in another human to experience Vision 2035 they have created for themselves.  If they never learn, if they continue down the path of evil and self serving, every single lifetime they live is going to get more and more difficult and agonizing for them. Not because some God decided but simply because they wanted to punish themselves. It’s just the world they have created…the one that they deserve, the one that Dante did not mention in the Neutrals. I believe the time has come for the fundamentalist thinker to reveal his true face, so that truth can be sorted from falsehood for Anglophones to better judge right from wrong in the current moral crisis.
When News Breaks Out, We Break In. (The 2014 Bloggies Finalist)

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