British S.Cameroon Genocide: +241 Killed in October 2019 by France and French Cameroun Soldiers.

The month was brutal as usual with abundant War Crimes, enough to again display to the world. From Malende in the farming town of Muyuka, through Bome Bakundu to Mbot in the Northern part of the British Cameroun, the French Cameroun Bulubeti Militias/soldiers were competing for the highest killer prize of the innocent citizens of English Cameroon. In Muyuka, the soldiers invaded villagers in their makeshift homes in the forest killing and burning them and their shacks, with their cocoa as well. The same soldiers again arrested more innocent civilians (bike riders) in the village of Mbot in Northern Zone of the territory and transported them to a field where they were publicly-executed on 4 November, 2019, around 11:00 Am, as evidenced by the military photographer’s shots. As is typical of the soldiers they tried to justify their War Crimes by tagging the bodies with local farming tools. Apart from the silence of the international Community, this month alone, French War ships are reported to have docked in the waters of French Cameroun. The result was more military assistance to the sanguinary regime of Paul Biya. British Cameroon, it should be reminded voluntarily joined French Cameroun in 1961, as an autonomous entity.

The Map of the Evolution of Kamerun

While some morsel of condemnation has mostly come from the United States, the French and British have remained mute on the Atrocity Crimes on the people. The killings this month add to the casualty rate of the conflict that has claimed more than 15000 lives. Human Rights organizations have largely shied away from the Atrocity Crimes, issuing ill-informed releases on the conflict. Others that have attempted to visit the conflict region have been refused by French Cameroun. Sadly, some of these organizations have gone ahead to issue casualty figures, thus begging the question of when did they visit the conflict region, where more than 2 million children are out of school, with about a million internally-displaced. The need for a War Crimes Tribunal, independent investigation and a Peacekeeping Mission to the territory is long overdue. History of the two Trust Territories of the Kameruns are very clear in all global archives. British Cameroon got her independence in 1961, and French Cameroun in 1960. The two countries later came together in 1961 as two autonomous regions. French Cameroun later dissolved the status of the minority English people leading to the current conflict. The motivation being the rich oil reserves of the British Territory.

Below are some of the bodies of the more than 238 killed by French Cameroun soldiers, the villages burnt in their scorched-earth strategy. Included also is the refusal of consent by the people of British Cameroon to French Cameroun’s appointed administrators.

Arrested, hands tie, Killed and dumped Kumba/Buea Hwy 22 Oct, 2019. Watch Video

Denial of Consent by the People of British Cameroon to French Cameroun’s Appointed Administrators.

Videos of the Killed in October 2019

Africa’s Most Brutal Dictator Snubs Trump.

Symbolic half-measures like revoking preferential trade status are not enough to force the repressive regime of Paul Biya to change. Canceling IMF loans and military aid would show that the White House is serious“. These were the opening words from Foreignpolicy.com following President Donald Trump’s poignant letter, last 30th October, 2019, to Congress on his intention to end Cameroun’s trade privileges with the U.S under the African Growth and Opportunity Act (AGOA) in 2020. Trump’s letter was clear that “Cameroun has failed to address concerns regarding persistent human rights violations being committed by Cameroon security forces,”. These human rights concerns are not new since the crisis in the former British Southern Cameroon (Ambazonia) began in 2016. The U.S’s own Ambassador to Cameroun, Mr. Henry Balerin, fell short of calling the Atrocity Crimes, Ethnic Cleansing. He called it “Targeted Killing” of Anglophones. These Atrocity Crimes which are placed daily on the table of Global Decision Makers/diplomats (through tweets etc) and now documented on the website ambazoniagenocidelibrary.com have received less focus, despite UNICEF and Jan Egeland of the Norwegian Refugee Council calling it the most neglected, worst Humanitarian Crisis in the world. The Crimes by the Cameroun soldiers armed mostly by France include the burning of more than 9200 villages (here captured by the BBC). More than 14,500 people killed, with almost 1.5 internally displaced. An additional 2 million are out of school, and more than 75,000 as refugees in Nigeria.

Paul Biya of Cameroun and Donald Trump

Mocking President Trump

The ink had barely dried on President Trump’s letter when the government of Africa’s most brutal and second longest-serving ruler, Paul Biya, fired back. Authorities from the Cameroun Government claim the country barely benefits from AGOA, thus making a mockery of the U.S Government action. This treatment of the U.S by Paul Biya, is not new. The U.S Ambassador was openly threatened to shut up, or be sent back in a casket by regime loyalists, following his condemnation of the killings in the English Region/British Cameroon. Just as the Trump Administration in 2018 withdrew the U.S from the UN Human Rights Council citing slanted resolutions, the body admitted Cameroun as one of the members in January 2019. This admission follows the U.S Government’s curtailing of military assistance to the country due to Human Rights concerns.

“Biya can say anything to the U.S, as long as the U.S, pad him with ineffective actions, despite the overwhelming evidence of genocide”, a clergy man tells us. “Their citizen was killed and Trump never commented, even the ambassador to the country. Why shouldn’t Biya, be above international laws?” The prelate continues. “The first thing the U.S can do right now is to give an ultimatum for an unfettered investigation into the crimes in the British-Cameroon” the man-of-God pleaded.

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Words alone were not enough. Less than a week following the letter, the fugitive authorities committed more Human Rights abuses in the Anglophone Regions (British Southern Cameroons), thus daring the US, as depicted by the images below. About 89 people were executed and burnt alive by the same security forces that the letter from the U.S government mentioned. In a farming community called Muyuka, the soldiers invaded villagers in their makeshift homes in the forest killing and burning their shacks as well. (Click image to enlarge).

More WAR CRIMES with Evidence Tempering

The same soldiers again arrested more innocent civilians (bike riders) in the village of Mbot in Northern Zone of the territory and transported them to a field where they were publicly executed on 4 November, 2019, around 11:00 Am, as evidenced by the military photographer’s shots. As is typical of the soldiers they tried to justify their War Crimes actions by tagging the bodies with local farming tools. Below are the images of the prepared corpses from the Cameroun military.

Independent Investigation and More Robust Sanctions Needed

According to estimates by the leadership of the Anglophone movement in the diaspora, more than 15,000 people have been killed in the Anglophone regions alone (click here to count). These figures are more than the paltry number put out by external organizations that have been refused access to the conflict region. As the prelate pleads, a robust independent investigation is needed. Biya has vehemently refused access to the British Cameroons from independent journalists from the Washington Post and other reputable organizations even the UN, preferring French-sponsored media who fly with the military to interview regime sources.

According to foreign policy, AGOA exclusion alone wouldn’t deter the Biya regime. The Trump Administration in order to resolve the conflict they insist should “curtail all military assistance, imposes targeted travel and economic sanctions on individuals, and uses its considerable leverage to punish the Biya regime through international financial institutions and at the United Nations”. The greatest defender of the sanguinary French Cameroun government has been António Guterres and France with its military equipment. Of late, French soldiers have been spotted in palm plantations in English-Cameroon (Ambazonia), alongside the soldiers President Trump accuses of gross human rights abuses. This assistance and defense of the Atrocity Crimes at the UN by France and Francophonie has strengthened the regime of 86-year-old Paul Biya, to not only snub the U.S government, but other world authorities that have called for an inclusive dialogue to end the conflict.

Trump’s Rwanda?

The US government must act boldly to halt this ethnic cleansing of the minority English-speaking people of British Cameroon, who went on the streets to demand just constitutional changes to the system in the country that treated them as a captured people, with no rights. The crisis if not resolved risked tainting President Trump’s Presidency as was Rwanda in 1994, when Bill Clinton failed to act on the evidence presented to him at the time, only to regret when more than 800,000 had lost their lives. It should be noted that the people of English Cameroon voted in 1961 to join the French Cameroun, as two equal states, not as a special status. The French Cameroun (La Republique du Cameroun) achieved her independence in 1960.
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French Weapons used in Abuses in English Cameroon.

No One Left Behind

From the day Akum Julius fell in Bamenda to the hot flames of Kwakwa with Mami Appih, the beheading of SamSoya, to the execution of four four-month-old, Martha in Muyuka, our resolve to defeat evil has grown stronger. Like an army in a war front, no one should be Left behind. From the food seller in Ikiliwindi, the potter in Bambalang to the palm wine seller in Akwaya that close their business premises every ‘Contri Sunday’ to honor our fallen heroes, we remain one and must swim or drown together. Our enemy is bent on killing, burning, raping and looting of our resources and self esteem. Our realization and acceptance that we are an endangered species from our own quislings in the name of elites and French Cameroun keep us resolute in our defiance of tyranny and subjugation.

Yes, our resolve has angered our colonizers who have never seen an insoluble soluble. Yes, our people are the guinea pigs on which La Republique new military recruits exercise their skills during “internship”. Yes, they are free to shoot and kill any Ambazonian, regardless of gender or age. The physically and mentally-challenged have not been spared by these trigger-happy soldiers of French Cameroun. The enemy has killed us in the most barbaric way that one can imagine in this modern era. They have tried to hide the remains, hoping that the families will also forget the names, memories and origin of their loved ones. The remains were burnt, drowned in rivers, buried in secret mass graves, killed and dumped in hidden bushes, tied in forests to rot etc. Ambazonians, we will never forget!

Dear British Southern Cameroonians, ambazoniagenocidelibrary.com is that unique depository, that aggregator of the enemy’s ATROCITY CRIMES (crimes against humanity, genocide and war crimes) against us as a people. We now have that opportunity to build a list for our MEMORIAL STATUES. We must now say it loud and clear to our enemies and global conspirators that NO ONE shall be forgotten or LEFT BEHIND. The enemy cannot kill the memories of our fallen ones from 4-month-old Martha to 94-year-old Mami Appih.

Send us the names of your loved ones, their stories, memorabilia, burnt objects of your homes. Send us cenotaphs and epitaphs of your dismembered or missing loved ones into this library. This is the only way we can remind and shame the world, especially the United Nations that promised ‘Never Again’ in the aftermath of the Rwandan Genocide. Even the survivors of the 1994 genocide like President Paul Kagame of Rwanda has refused to accept our own pain.

Our site has images of more than 3500 Ambazonians murdered in this genocide. This is a fraction of the more than 12,000 Killed so far. Ambazonians go now to ambazoniagenocidelibrary.com to identify some of them and equally upload those we missed. We must shame the enemy that our lovd ones they massacred were loved and will forever be in our collective conscience. Ambazonians this site is ours to jealously protect. Thank you.

AJL Team