US House Of Representatives Has Passed Resolution 358, Yes We Can.
The United States House Of Representatives has passed resolution 358 that calls on Cameroun Government and Separatist Movements to enter into a broad based dialogue without preconditions. We are told the resolution will now be sent to the United States Senate for it to be passed as it is or revised by the Senate with its own version.
This is where Ambazonians in the USA should get to work. Everyone in his or own district, get to your Senator, call and tell them while you appreciate that move, there is more the resolution should talk about, such as addressing the root cause of the conflict as the US has been saying all along as well as respecting UN Resolution 1608 which is primordial focus of this present conflict.
This platform is aware that the resolution mentions Federalism reconstitution as one of the proposals falling short of the aspirations of the people as well as such proposal directly contradicts USA calls for dialogue without preconditions. We must be aware that what foreign Governments can do are only to propose ideas, solutions but the power rests with the people, yes we the people.
It’s a good thing that such a resolution about our conflict is even passing at US Congress at this stage of our revolution. USA is a good friend but we must continuously tell them why they must do more to stop the genocide.
Collectively, let us get our acts together by making sure the situation on ground zero should be the only factor or stimulus that will tell members of US Congress that this is what we must go for. While we understand the US in all diplomatic fairness cannot outrightly call for separation, the resolution itself did not deny us our rights to self determination, we must continuously tell them to use the legally frame language imbibed in UN resolution 1608.
As our leaders and people have continuously shown, we are open to negotiate our terms of coexistence side by side with Cameroun as two peaceful nations and as the US puts it, it is time for them to force Cameroun to come on the table without preconditions. We are ready, we have shown good faith.
We must continuously having hope. Our Ambazonia Prisoners Of War have shown the way. It is time we build on that momentum across the 13 states of Ambazonia to tell the world that we stand with our prisoners held in Yaounde Concentration Camp formally called Kondengui Prison. Yes, we can