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More International Voices Echoing Genocide in Southern Cameroons with Less Action

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More International Voices Echoing Genocide in Southern Cameroons with Less Action

Recently, there has been increasing international voices preaching against the atrocities of the Yaoundé colonial regime in Ambazonia. From presentations at the recent UN Human rights summit in Geneva to publications in reputable international press organs like the New York Times and two twitter statements from prominent world leaders, a lot is being said already about Mr. Biya’s atrocious crimes in Ambazonia.

When should the people expect to see less of these talks and more action from these world leaders?
Last week, it was Herman J Cohen, a prominent United States Diplomat who warned the colonial terrorist regime of French Cameroun on twitter that; time is running out for it to revert to the pre-1972 Federal Structure within one year or see Ambazonia actualized.

A few days ago, the New York Times in a story titled; Thousands Flee in Cameroon as Separatists Battle for New Nation, adequately captured the atrocities’ of the Biya regime in the territory of Ambazonia and the present humanitarian crisis it has generated.

This was after different local and international human rights organizations including Amnesty International, the Center for Human Rights and Democracy in Africa among others, took turns at the UN Human right summit in Geneva Switzerland, to lambast the colonial Yaoundé regime for its atrocities’ in Ambazonia.

Just yesterday, September 25, 2018, Joaquin Castro, Texas Congressman, member of the House Committee on Foreign Affairs at the US Congress wrote on tweeter that:“I am also monitoring the escalating security situation in the Anglophone regions of #Cameroon where @amnesty has found over 400 civilians have been killed due to violence between government security forces and separatist groups.”

The increasing voices from international figures and institutions is very much welcomed and appreciated by the Ambazonian people. But these voices have still not stopped the genocide on innocent people. Mr. Biya, dying dictator is stepping up the massacre as the colonial presidential election approaches. It is, therefore, time for less talk and more action.

The colonial regime must be pressured by these international stakeholders through different means to engage in negotiations with the Ambazonian revolutionary leadership, that would culminate in peaceful separation and restoration of the independence of Ambazonia, if not, at least an independence referendum for the Ambazonian people to individually decide the direction of their political destinies.

Ambazonia is not French Cameroon territory and French Cameroon is certainly not Ambazonia. These are two different countries or geopolitical entities. One cannot illegally occupy the other and wants its people to succumb to its subjugation. That has never been sustainable anywhere in the world.

Yaoundé has the moral and judicial burden to prove before an international mediator why she must continue to hold sway in Ambazonia without any proof of ownership of the territorial space. Until that happens, the sovereign people cannot again at this juncture sell their destinies and those of their children to the colonial Republic of French Cameroon. This is the time of freedom and freedom Ambazonia shall get.

James Agbor

BaretaNews Political Analyst

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5 Comments

5 Comments

  1. Mbeuh

    September 26, 2018 at 7:33 PM

    To James Agbor and all freedom fighting, peace loving and hard working Ambazonians, let us take consolation in this quote, regardless of whose origin it is attributed to:
    “First they ignore you, then they laugh at you, then they fight you, then you win”

    The world may ignore us for now but let them know that AMBAZONIA IS RISING TO FALL NO MORE.

  2. Jules

    September 26, 2018 at 10:05 PM

    @ Mbeuh, while that is not a new quote, it sure rekindled my hope. Thanks. I wish we could share a beer.

  3. Mukong

    September 27, 2018 at 3:42 AM

    To those who are still sitting on the fence, I hope they remember the story of the Camel and the owner of the house. First the Camel begged to put his head in the house and before long, the request for benevolence continuously changed until the camel ended up living in the house and the owner was outside without his house.
    Make no mistake, these Beti/Bulu/Ewondo criminals have it their way all this while and will only depart from our territory by force. No more mister nice guy.

  4. Ngong

    September 27, 2018 at 10:46 AM

    Fuck you all

  5. Shillah

    September 28, 2018 at 4:02 AM

    I don’t understand why u guys r complaining for, u ambazozo said luck down didn’t u? So anyone out is an ambaboys terrorist looking to kill soldiers. So soldiers r just defending themselve from terrorist coming to kill dem. U said urself no movement, so wat were dey doing outside if not looking to kill soldiers? Man no run wata na wata, woside dem deh😂😂😂 here dey r. So Ikome should just shidon quite n enjoy his show. Many more will die be4 this election if u morrons don’t stop this madness u r encouraging from ur bedrooms in Whiteman country

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