British S.Cameroon Genocide: The Address that would have Stopped the Genocide.

Akum Julius Killed, Mother weeps on the street. No word. Watch here

Lawyers molested in Muyuka. No word. watch here

Mami Appih Killed and Burnt in her home at Kwakwa village. The entire village erased by French Cameroun army. No Word. (More here)

Kembong Razed .No Word

SDO issues ultimatum asking villagers to re-locate. No word. (Evidence here)

Hundreds killed and maimed on September 22 and 1 October 2017. (See Images)

More than 50,000 refugees reported in Nigeria, more than 9000 homes razed, More than 14000 Killed, More than 1.5 internally displaced, more than 4300 prisoners etc. (Evidence here)

The day this lady cried because her only son was killed by French Cameroun soldiers, of no fault of hers; the pain, the tears, the agony, would have pricked the soul of any leader, to address the pain as the chief sympathizer. Al he did was praised the soldiers and supplied more fire power and international lobbying funds.

” Any government in the world would have addressed the protesters’ demand, but being inferior human beings, Paul Biya of French Cameroun did not. Through his French-Speaking governors in the British Southern Cameroons Paul Biya ordered the Police, French para-military – Gerdames, Biya’s personal militia squad – BIR, undercover officers and regular army to open fire. Many were executed, some with hardware such as helicopter gun ships, and war cannons”. He relaxed at the presidential villa by doing this:

The Elusive President taking Selfies, while genocide is happening in one
part of “his country”

Cradle of the Genocide.

On October 6, 2016, lawyer and teacher trade unions in the Anglophone regions initiated a strike. Led by Barrister Agbor BallaFontem Neba, and Tassang Wilfred, they were protesting against the appointment of French-speaking judges in the British Southern Cameroons. The Cameroonian government deployed security forces to crack down on the protests. Protesters were attacked with tear gas, and many lawyers were brutally assaulted by soldiers. Throughout November 2016, thousands of teachers in the Anglophone regions joined the lawyers’ strike. All schools in the Anglophone regions were shut down. The Cameroonian government deployed security forces to crack down on the protests.

Protesters were attacked with tear gas, and many lawyers were brutally assaulted by soldiers. Throughout November 2016, thousands of teachers in the Anglophone regions joined the lawyers’ strike. All schools in the Anglophone regions were shut down.

Akum Julius, Shot in Bamenda 8 December, 2016

On 22 September, 2017, the population of the British Southern Cameroon came out to the streets with tree branches – signalling peace, to demand for the respect of their anglo-saxon heritage. They came out again on 1st October, 2017, to symbolically declare their independence. The date is of significance to the British Southern Cameroonians, as it reminisces 1961 when they voted to form a union of two equals with French-Cameroun, then an independent country in 1960. Any government in the world would have addressed the protesters’ demand, but being inferior human beings, Paul Biya of French Cameroun did not. Through his French-Speaking governors in the British Southern Cameroons Paul Biya ordered the Police, French para-military – Gerdames, Biya’s personal militia squad – BIR, undercover officers and regular army to open fire. Many were executed, some with hardware such as helicopter gun ships, and war cannons. Read More here

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