The US Ambassador’s Outing Against Paul Biya, Was Fully Backed by Congress.
Facts have now emerged to confirm that, the outing of the US Ambassador to La Republique du Cameroun, in which he correctly advised the colonial President to begin thinking of his legacy, and heavily indicted the rogue regime of atrocities against Ambazonians, had the full backing of the US Congress. In fact, Ambassador Henry Berlerin, who was viciously ridiculed by the colonial regime and its praise singers, was simply delivering the message to Paul Biya, as handed to him by the People’s representatives in a letter dated February 9, 2018 and signed by four of the Lawmakers.
In the said letter, the Congress Men had instructed the Ambassador to tell the blood sucking dictator that, after spending more than 35 years in office as President of the Banana Republic, a new leadership is necessary for governance improvements.
“We respect the rights of Cameroonians to select their leaders and note that the past Presidential elections have been marred by allegations of fraud, electoral institutions bias, and an unfair playing field. We note that the political process is heavily controlled by President Biya and his party, and that the State Department’s Country Report on Human Rights covering Cameroon’s last presidential elections, in 2011, assessed the contest to have been “flawed by irregularities, including the failure to properly distribute all voter cards, late opening of polling stations, multiple voting, ballot-box stuffing, the absence of indelible ink, and intimidation of voters.” The most recent Human Right Report notes “restrictions of freedom of expression” as a top human right concern, and states that “opposition and civil society activists were harassed, detained and denied the right to assemble or operate by the government.” … After 35 years, new leadership is necessary for governance improvements” the letter stated in part.
Concerning the revolutionary conflict in Ambazonia, the Ambassador’s Press Statement after meeting the colonial President, Paul Biya on the eve of May 20, 2018 was also in tandem with the letter of the congress men. The lawmakers had in the letter condemned violence on both sides, and particularly the disproportionate use of force and military power by the colonial terrorist forces. They singled out the BIR, which they noted, has been notorious for many human right atrocities in Ambazonia, and in the North of La Republique.
“…Given that certain units of the BIR operating in the North have been found ineligible for assistance under the Leahy law due to human rights abuses, we ask that rigorous scrutiny be applied to the BIR and any other security forces operating in the Anglophone regions, to ensure that U.S assistance is not abetting violation of Cameroonians’ rights. Further, we respectfully ask you to convey the message that security force abuses can exacerbate resentments that fuel instability, and work with your partners both in the U.S military and among like-minded embassies to emphasize the need for respect for basic rights in the Anglophone regions” the letter added.
It is important to state that the letter of the Congress Men and Women, to the US Ambassador to LRC, was followed by another letter to the then U.S Secretary of State, Rex Tillerson and signed by Congressman Joseph P. Kennedy, III, in which he condemned the forceful displacement of 40,000 Ambazonians by the colonial regime, to Nigeria as refugees. He also frowned at the summary execution of innocent Ambalanders, the burning of villages and the alleged illegal deportation of President Sissiku Ayuk-Tabe and Co to LRC in violation of international humanitarian law. He concluded by calling on the Secretary of State to prevailed on the imperialist regime to stop the abuses on Ambazonians.
From the above, it is evidently clear that the Ambassador, was simply a messenger bearing a message from his country. A message coming from the direct representatives of the American people, whose tax resources have been used over time to fund the colonial regime in different aspects, including the recent gift of two military jets, which have been strictly prohibited from being used in the aimless war in Ambazonia.
The rogue regime and its surrogates had risen up in vilification of the Ambassador for his message, which many people consider as the open truth and a message of good will, for the interest of the colonial republic. Unknown to them, there was a bigger hand behind the messenger bearer.
After aimless and baseless rantings by the limping regime and it sponsored press organs, will the colonial President be willing to bow to the pressure of the US Congress? Is he ready to end is carnage and genocide in Ambazonia? Is the independence and sovereignty of the so-called state being asserted only when it comes to issues such as the advice of the U.S Congress? What about also asserting State sovereignty, by refusing to receive financial and military aid from same America?
BaretaNews political desk considers such political tantrums as the last kicks of a dying horse. Whether the regime yields to the counsel of the US Congress or not, Ambazonia shall humble the Etoudi king and the people of Ambaland shall live free in the absence of Paul Biya and a colonial state of LRC.
BaretaNews Political Analyst