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Ambazonians Abandon Alcohol As Brasseries Suffers 10% Revenue Loss

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When the Spirit of Drunkenness amongst Ambazonians is curtailed, Revolutionary Reasoning Prevails

It is evident that heavy alcoholic consumption has been one of the antirevolutionary drugs, that the colonial and dictatorial regime in Yaoundé has employed to keep citizens of La Republique du Cameroun (LRC) and Amazonians politically hypnotized for over 35 years. While La Republiqu’ans appear to remain completely buried in this hypnosis, citizens of Southern Cameroons/Ambazonia appear to have broken loose from the alcoholic hypnotism, as the colonial brewery company, Les Brasseries due Cameroun has announced a loss of 10 percent of it Sales in the Southern Cameroons territory.

The General Manager of the colonial brewery firm, Emmanuel De Tailly, announced last week that the sales of the company have been greatly hit by the revolutionary atmosphere in Ambazonia.

When the spirit of drunkenness is curtailed, revolutionary reasoning prevails. Southern Cameroonian revolutionary minds had understood this fact long time ago and had started an economic sabotage against the brewery company, which they believe has largely collaborated with the colonial regime in keeping the people’s revolutionary consciousness in alcoholic consumption over the years

Mr. DeTailly was speaking in a press conference last Friday, in the Economic capital of LRC, Douala. Apart from already losing 10 percent of sales in Ambazonia, the increasing negative security atmosphere in the Ambazonian territory remains a serious threat to the business of company, including the North of LRC, which has been greatly ravaged by Boko Haram activities. The French man, Mr De Tailly lamented that; a persistence of the Southern Cameroons revolution could further hit the brewery company hard beyond the financial pressures currently weighing on its shoulders.

When the spirit of drunkenness is curtailed, revolutionary reasoning prevails. Southern Cameroonian revolutionary minds had understood this fact long time ago and had started an economic sabotage against the brewery company, which they believe has largely collaborated with the colonial regime in keeping the people’s revolutionary consciousness in alcoholic consumption over the years. Official international records reveal that the Cameroons is the second highest consumer of alcoholic beverages in Africa after Nigeria. One therefore begins to wonder how a population of about 20 million people could competing with about 170 million people in alcoholic consumption. This shows the density at which the people have been politically hypnotized with drunkenness over the years.

They blamed the political docility of the people in the past years on the spirit of drunkenness imbedded in Brasseries alcoholic products, in connivance with the colonial dictator Paul Biya, who has used it to prevent the spirit of nationalism and revolution in the Cameroons for 35 year.

Revolutionary youths of some Ambazonian communities, notably, Munyenge, Ekata, Bafia and Bova in the Fako County of the Southern Zone some weeks behind banned the sale of any alcoholic beverage from the colonial brewery company Les Brasseries due Cameroun in their communities. They blamed the political docility of the people in the past years on the spirit of drunkenness imbedded in Brasseries alcoholic products, in connivance with the colonial dictator Paul Biya, who has used it to prevent the spirit of nationalism and revolution in the Cameroons for 35 year. They youth insisted that if any member of the their communities must drink alcohol, then they should turn to palm wine until when Southern Cameroons is declared completely free from the colonial captivity of LRC. It is therefore not surprising that the brewery is lamenting of a lose in 10 percent of her sales in Ambazonia.

Agbor James, BaretaNews Political Analyst

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