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We shall not take part in an Exterminator’s dialogue-Father Gerald Jumbam






Father Gerald Jumbam in continuance of his letter to the world says Ambazonians cannot sit on the same table with witches and wizards without a third party. Those who have killed our people, rape our daughters, slaughtered our children…read on


History Never Forgets

When we face these political witches and wizards with courage, with the determination of true soldiers of the God of destiny, the Prince of Darkness and Father of Falsehood will fly away; and therefore: ‘Stand firm then, with the belt of truth buckled around your waist, with the breastplate of righteousness in place, and with your feet fitted with the readiness that comes from the gospel of peace. In addition to all this, take up the shield of faith, with which you can extinguish all the flaming arrows of the evil one. Take the helmet of salvation and the sword of the Spirit.’ (Ephesians 6:14-17).

The Massacre Mafia’s Dialogue of Demons

We shall not take part in an Exterminator’s dialogue, for how do we sit on table without a third party, with a killer, a crook, a brute who has raped my daughter, killed my brother, knocked to near-death the head of my grand mum, put my great-grand-mother to ashes in the house, kidnapped my parents and banished me from my own homeland. In the dialoguing table, whose case will this man of a housefly sponsor if not that of the leg damaged with wounds. In our justified misery we would ask these questions! Yet, we must eternally remember that even though laden with blood-cuddling challenges, and despite the gory genocide, our people’s hearts still beat for peace.

Am I here proposing ethical passivity in the face of blatant evil? Far be it from me. Like the Catholic Church I am not a pacifist who rules out the gun completely. Let Paul Biya and his massacre mafia be brought to justice because the lives of our brethren lost in that carnage would not go in vain. They will pay for their wickedness in our Independence, because self-defense is an absolute right. If you break into my house, kill my son, rape my wife, and you are coming for me and I have a knife or gun I am going to gun you down; and go to Heaven with a clean conscience. If you shoot my weaponless father who is marching with a peace-plant and shouting ‘no-violence’, and you are after my own life, and I catch you, you are not going to go back home alive! The story is that simple!

I call on all Ambazonians to work on your own consciences. Don’t follow anyone but your hearts. Follow your judgment. Don’t allow yourselves to be bullied by anyone.

Investigators on Genocide

A crime against humanity has been committed in that State called the Southern Cameroons. The Cameroun republic seems to be a morally enfeebling countries, for like Sudan they seem not to have signed the Rome Treaties that recognize the International Criminal Court (ICC)! Reason why the leadership has no value for human beings as they do comedy on the sanctity of life – so they can afford to waste Ambazonian lives. An International Commission of Inquiry into the Genocide in Cameroon (CEIGAC), must begin and take deep root for time is running out. It is the duty of the global community, the UNO.

Still, no country has the competence the United States of America has in doing investigations to genocide. They have already opened an office of Genocide and therefore can use their good office to help the world know the truth about what is happening in Ambazonia and to do justice to injured humanity in our homeland. Congressman Donald Payne under the auspices of Barack Obama is reputed to have done so much work to bring in legislation especially during the days of the Sudan genocide. The errors of the Clinton admiration on Rwanda were thus corrected and today in the Southern Cameroons we plead on the USA and the international community to come to our aid and bring the Cameroun republic to book and facilitate matters, so that this case in good time be taken to the UN Security Council, and the ICC. We count on this great experience of the United States.


To be continued

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