Saturday, January 29, 2011


For those of you following the developements in the news these past few days, I am sure you heard of the rioting going on, first Tunisia, now Egypt. Why are they both important?

1) They are African countries (although America would rather view them as part of the Middle East for their own benefit)
2) The young people rioting because of, high unemployment rates and the government not doing anything to remedy the issue. (Although that isn't the only reason for the riots)
3) The dictatorial reign of Hosni Mubarak (who by the way allegedly is or was planning on having his son succeed him) & Zine El Abidine of Tunis

Aren't all these reasons the same situation for Cameroon, first we have a president who has no intention of going anywhere, people graduate from Universities eveyday with very good GPA scores only to stay home and eat fufu/eru because there are no jobs...Something has to be done...

Unlike Tunisia and Egypt, I remember about 2 and a half years ago when the Cameroonian populace rioted...they were called "Apprentice sorcière" (Sorceres apprentice) by Mr Popol himself (Paul Biya)...And that was the end of the issue

I say lets take to the streets again and run him out of town! police be this?

Yea RIGHT...Bush would rather help the Iraqis for their crude oil, who by the way never asked for his help, before helping the cameronians for their palm oil!

death to the dictator...? lol


limberman said...

How do we make this revolution happen in Cameroon? Biya has to go.


@Limberman, me i no know o, lol na you dey talk revolution and I dey listen na listen, If you figure out a way, ill be you messanger :-D

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