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BaretaNews Editorial: Christmas, Time Of Reconciliation

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BaretaNews Editorial: Christmas, Time Of Reconciliation

By Mbah Godlove

As the bells of Christmas ring loud and loud to announce the birth of Jesus Christ, may his coming be a moment of reconciliation for Ambazonians of all works of life.Those in the North, South, East and West, think about our suffering brothers and sisters in homeland; who have nothing to eat, nothing to wear, no shelter – all they have is breath the air of war. Christmas is the time of healing for all Ambazonians of all descend. Since this course of ours started in 2016, we have had moments of agreement and moments of disagreements. At one point the journey seems smooth and another, very Rocky. But we will overcome.

We have lost brilliant soldiers, our mothers and children have been brutally killed in their own houses. At a time like this, the reflection should center around reconciliation and hence a rebirth of strategies against the occupational regime of French Cameroun. In 2016, qouting from the American revolution, Honourable Joseph Wirba said “when injustice becomes law, resistance becomes a duty” any one, anywhere anytime would think, this was the take off point of our Godly ordained Revolution.

But at this time of Christmas, can you and I hit the ground while running that we still stand by that duty to liberate our people from colonial chains? Oh Dear brethren, may the birth of Christ reawakened our conciousness so that we may in all honesty prevent the oppressor from completely devouring that which is ours. Disunity, backstabing, corruption, hatred are all vices which have indundated the much cherished journey to Buea. May the birth of Christ remind us of that duty to be one another’s keepers, especially, as we face up the enemy in what looks like the very last phase of the war.

Our fources on the ground should break the chains of fighting for leader A or B instead of for Ambazonia as Wilfred Orwell, once put it, “it is such an honourable thing to die while fighting for one’s country”. The entire BaretaNews team wishes you a Merry Christmas and a prosperous New year in Advance.

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  1. Mukong

    December 26, 2019 at 3:34 AM

    If we continue to nurture this idea that our success in prosecuting the fight to liberate Ambazonia is predicated upon the notion that all Ambazonians must act and think alike then we will continue to be victims of fraudsters and embezzlers. The fact that monies destined for groundnuts (grahnuts) and sugar canes were stolen and the perpetrators are indifferent to the magnanimity of their crimes is a classic case of criminality that is beyond pardon. Let us not forget that the Bible is made up of the Old and New Testaments. Hence, we must stop this obsession with the New Testament.

  2. Sunshine

    December 26, 2019 at 4:46 AM

    beti assomo neutralization campaign of Ambazonians in West Cameroon

    Today December 25, 2019, beti assomo, the francophone war dog, promised total neutralization of THE AMBAZONIAN DEFENSE FORCES come 2020. WE MUST CONTINUE TO RAISE MONEY FOR OUR SELF DEFENSE FORCES IN SOUTHERN CAMEROUN!!! Let’s make sure beti ass is stoped on his tracks. It’s terrible that during the celebration of the birth of the Prince of Peace, this dog of war in french cameroun continue to COMMAND AND CARRY OUT GENOCIDE IN WEST CAMEROON as the UN and african union look the other way. Let beti ass be informed that any francophone dog of war in Ambazonia is walking on tenuous soil and may return in spirit to his 96 year old god – biya in spirit.

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