Tuesday, 9 January 2018

This Is How Paul Biya Digs His Own Tomb In Ambazonia

At Kumba Military Hospital, I visited a French-speaking soldier who shot himself in the foot, because he did not want to shoot at his English-speaking brothers. 

I was at the PJ for the first days, with an English-speaking soldier sentenced for peacetime escape, because he had fled the front, not wanting to go kill his English-speaking brothers. But the story of Biya's stinging defeat is measured - hostilities were sparked in December 2016 when activists burned the CPDM platform to prevent Atanga Nji, a member of Biya's War Council, from organizing his party. offensive meeting on the pain of Ambazonia.

They had then covered a space of cacas before setting fire to it. In the process, Biya sent his police to arrest and imprison any moving Anglophone - I met them in Kondengui. The Anglophone conflict has gone from non-violent to violent. 

This Is How Paul Biya Digs His Own Tomb In Ambazonia
Some time later, it was soldiers he sent in support, to kill the Anglophones. The Anglophone conflict has not stopped. And then it was the special forces of the BIR, to then finish those he now called 'sessionists'. The Anglophone conflict has not stopped either. And then there were whole squadrons of soldiers, with combat helicopters, to totally finish then those he called 'terrorists'. See the video. The English-speaking conflict has not stopped, bebela!

War where the hundreds of corpses of the victims are all Anglophones and those of the few soldiers of the tyrant killed in retaliation are all Francophones! On December 29, 2017, a year after the outbreak of hostilities, I landed in Washington DC, expelled from Cameroon for my support to Anglophones, when he sent tanks to Bamenda - as can be seen in the photo.

Tanks! Whatever Anglophones are doing, what they are doing is good. All they do is excellent, because in a year they inflicted a stinging defeat on the tyrant's army, and I say 'tyrant's army' - and it's not the Cameroonian national army, the soldiers at the front in Ambazonia being all French-speaking, and especially of the tribe of the tyrant, I can say it, because I went around the region and spoke to them, and bought them the beer to probe them well -, I say So 'Army of the tyrant' because it still obeys instructions that Biya by his minister delegated to the defense, Beti Assomo, gives him by cell phone.

Because it is by cell phone that Biya orders Cameroonians to kill other Cameroonians - not to leave written records of his mass crime, what. Even if he does so because he intends to avoid the complaint for High Betrayal filed and registered in the Supreme Court in 2012 and who is waiting for him, I can say this: his grave he is trying to dig like that there, in Bamenda. His tomb.

Biya will run away.

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