In Mbalangi in the Southern Zone of the territory, it was pain and anguish on 1 August, 2020. Family members could be heard wailing and calling the name of their brother slain by the French Cameroun military. “Aboyoyo” was his name. He was one of more than 4 pulled out of their homes and executed by the French Cameroun Bulubeti soldiers of mummified Paul Biya. The killings are rampant and no explanation is given, Aboyoyo and his friends joined the list of more than 21,000 British Southern Cameroonians killed since the peaceful demonstrations began in 2016. In Bawock in the Northern Zone of the territory, on August 1, 2020, it was more blood flowing down the drain as an innocent man in the Nyamchep Quarter was executed by the military in his own home. The world continues to watch and offer lip service in a conflict described by Dr. Gregory Stanton of Genocide Watch as a full genocide. Dr. Stanton is the world’s most renowned expert on genocide. He remains the only employee of the Clinton Administration who stated emphatically that, what was happening in Rwanda in 1994 was a genocide. (More on Dr. Stanton below).
some pictures and videos of the more than 6 killed in august alone.
MORE ON DR. GREGORY STANTON
He boldly dissented with the State Department in 1994, to call it Genocide in Rwanda, and he was right. He is the finest global expert on GENOCIDE – A Professor of Genocide Studies and Prevention, Head of Global Alliance Against Genocide, President of International Association of Genocide Scholars, Founder of Genocide Watch; a guide to spotting Genocide etc. Just like the ongoing killings in British Cameroon (Ambazonia), where the U.S has remained silent, as indicated earlier, Dr. Gregory Stanton, courageously dissented with the U.S Government Policy of silence on the Genocide in Rwanda in 1994. He was later assigned to draft the UNSC Resolution that created the International Criminal Tribune for Rwanda, the Burundi Commission of Inquiry and the Central African Arms Flow. He also drafted the UN Peacekeeping Operation Resolution that helped brought an end to the Mozambique Civil War. Still at the State Department, where he worked from 1992-99, Dr. Gregory Stanton, equally wrote the State Department Options Paper on ways to bring the Kamer Rouge to Justice in Cambodia. He was in 1994 awarded the American Foreign Service Association’s W. Averell Harriman Award for “extraordinary contributions to the practice of diplomacy exemplifying intellectual courage,” based on his dissent from U.S. policy on the Rwandan
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