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October 18, 2011

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victor malloy junior

Cameroonians who undestand and can feel the pinch of the Biya oligarchy must rise up like one man and cut the head of this hydra.It took one unemployed Graduate vegetable seller to spark the revolution in Tunisia.If cameroon is to be free from this tyrant,We have got to take it by force.The strategy is easy.All those who are acomplice to this government,incuding Lady Njeuma Atabong of USA, SHOULD BE TARGETED...Same fate should befall all those in Government positions at home.Somehow we must register our protest to this inhuman regime.

Grassland man


Miss Lady Kate Audition video to Biya.She loves the spotlight and always finds a way to get it.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=sRoNzpkK51Y

copy link and paste to browser if needed.

John Niba

War to any fake political leader so called who will take money to betray the cause of our liberty. It would be and out right betrayal and is tantamount to death. Let this guys be carefull because wheb Biya will be facing the guilotin they will go with him. This is a sound warning. we are not joking.

Njousi

Let the Americans depot her to face the reality in Cameroon as soon as possible.

Nico tosah

Bobe Innocent,
Thanks for always keeping us informed. And at last it has come to this…GUERILLA WARFARE IN CAMEROUN!!!!
Excerpt:
The Commando Alliance Brotherhood of Cameroun
Claim of Responsibility
“We the Commando Alliance Brotherhood for the Liberation of Cameroun, hereby claim responsibility for yesterday’s Thursday September 29, 2011 gun incident on the Bonaberi Bridge over the Wouri River….Let it be known that all our commandos returned to base safely after their successful operation. We also claim responsibility for planting grenades in ELECAM branch office in Limbe-Southwest Region Cameroun”
*************************************************
Guerilla Warfare as was known and fought then and is still known and fought today originated from the brains of the Guerilla war Strategist Mao Tse Tung. He wrote:
“In guerrilla warfare, select the tactic of seeming to come from the east and attacking from the west…. When guerrillas engage a stronger enemy, they withdraw when he advances; harass him when he stops; strike him when he is weary; pursue him when he withdraws. In guerilla strategy, the enemy's rear, flanks, and other vulnerable spots are his vital points, and there he must be harassed, attacked, dispersed, exhausted and annihilated.’
He goes further and warns that “Without a political goal, guerrilla warfare must fail, as it must, if its political objectives do not coincide with the aspirations of the people and their sympathy, co-operation, and assistance….”
Culled from his book titled: On Guerilla Warfare.

Guerilla Warfare or “Hit and Run” as the insiders call it has always succeeded in all the cases I know. The most insidious part of these wars has always been that you never know who the enemy actually is, he may even be that your most trusted bodyguard. Their success or failure elsewhere has always come from all what Chairman Mao has strategized. Is this doable in the Camerounian context? We have read from the excerpt that “Without a political goal, guerilla warfare must fail.” In the present state of things in Cameroun we can easily guess what these goals can be from the name they have adopted. Can somebody guess what vulnerable spots can be in regimes elsewhere? What can they be in the Camerounian regime? (Say how and why you think so).
Nico tos.

Gan Charles

What did the "The Commando Alliance Brotherhood of Cameroun" succeed in acomplishing? Can someone please explain.

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