Tuesday, 23 May 2017

Southern Cameroons Today and Tomorrow -- The Silent Truth

SOUTHERN CAMEROONS: THE MAN WHO SAW TOMORROW:

Dear All, The government of La Republique du Cameroun, Southern Cameroonians, SCACUF and others are playing the blind game and in somnambulism, are heading fast to the precipice without knowing or knowing but without believing. Why are we the ones who see tomorrow and know what is coming and what must be done, I ask myself at times.


Below is the Tumasang Forecast of tomorrow for the benefit of today so that fast action can be taken to prevent it.

September 2017, the problem will not be solved and schools in SW and NW Regions will not start.Before talking of independence was considered extremist, today it is mainstream, before the concept of self-defense was considered terrorism but now it is acceptable by many Southern Cameroonians, before burning of structures such as schools etc. was considered boko haramish but today it is considered normal by many Southern Cameroonians and the realm of acceptance of actions will increase dramatically.Before being against francophones was considered unacceptable since naively or otherwise they were considered our brothers but tomorrow Southern Cameroonians will finally realise that there is no difference between francophones and their government.
Southern Cameroons Today and Tomorrow -- The Silent Truth
Before the concept of going after francophone civilian and military workers in Southern Cameroonians was considered taboo but tomorrow this will be considered mainstream and “accommodatable” and many will be hurt or even made to pay the ultimate price.

Tomorrow, Southern Cameroonians will realise that going after francophone officers (civilian and military) was a stupid idea and that more had to be done and they will change tactics.

Tomorrow, Southern Cameroonians will not be capable of differentiating francophones and the francophone government and will threaten francophone civilians, students, workers etc, in Southern Cameroons to leave the territory or pay the ultimate price and many if not all will vacate the territory and go back across the Mungo.

When francophones start leaving en mass because their lives are threatened or some of them hurt or even have to pay the ultimate price, Limbe will become empty, Sonara will have to hire anglophones, CDC will follow, and many outfits in Southern Cameroons that need to function must hire anglophones.

Francophones will not take the chasing away of their people or the hurting of their people with levity and would retaliate or promise to retaliate in Bonaberi in Douala and other places in Yaounde against Anglophones. The threat alone will force anglophones to walk en mass across the Wouri and en camp after Bikoko junction or further inland.
The mass movement of people across the Wouri and vice versa will galvanise world attention and various multilateral parties will jump in with various proposals and offers to mediate.

A fudged solution will be found but lives will have been lost and the cost will be heavy in life and lost property. Some form of federation or promised referendum after say 10 or 15 years will be agreed to call the situation as was the case in South Sudan.

Conclusion:The above, francophone anglophone conflagration is bound to crystallize unless the government of La Republique to Cameroun and SCACUF can come up with a solution fast that can satisfy all parties including AGC, Vipers, Various Brigades, SCNC, SCAPO, Consortium, SOCADEF, etc.

We pray that reason might come to the government and our people to act fast to prevent the above but we know that it is coming and coming fast unless something is done fast. I have seen tomorrow and stated it above so that all parties can work hard to prevent it if possible by solving the problem today.

No one did much to solve this problem at the beginning when lawyers started because no one could see tomorrow as I have seen it now and stated above. Let history not repeat itself. Government should act now whilst it still can. Martin Tumasang

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