Wednesday, 20 September 2017

An Assessment Of President Donald Trump's Speech and The Paul Biya Regime

USDP believes that Trump gave a very captivating speech and we think it is one of his best speeches since he took over office in November 8th, 2016.

Though the speech has met with criticisms from some leaders, especially dictators in Africa, USDP will keep supporting the reforms which the Trump administration is bringing in world politics, because the speech cut across the governments of the world.
An Assessment Of President Donald Trump's Speech and The Paul Biya Regime
Even though the name of Cameroon or the name of Mr. Paul Biya was not mentioned in his speech, but we think that President Donald J. Trump through his speech provided a new international political vision and a new and strong leadership for REAL CHANGE in the ways governments manage the affairs of their citizens, especially the government of Cameroon.

Remember, he spoke about governments who deprived their citizens from internet, tear down internet dishes, shoot armless demonstrators, kill armless students on campus, and jail reformers of systems. Those statements drive a clear and direct message to the Biya regime. So we should stop pretending that Trump didn't address the Crisis in Cameroon.
Though someone will say that Cameroon is a sovereign nation, which we agree 100%, yet, Cameroon cannot thrive in this 21st century in isolation. Moreover, sovereignty does not give room for impunity, reckless spendings, arbitrary, brutal arrests, and shooting and killing of armless and innocent citizens who are demanding their basic rights.

Thank you all, God bless you, and may God bless USDP.

By ‎Prince Ekosso

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