Author: Verschave François-Xavier
Book: From La Françafrique to La Mafiafrique
Brief: The Franco-African policy, otherwise called Françafrique, is extremely harmful. After the proclamation of the independence of the former French colonies in Africa, political networks ensured the continuity of the plundering of the black continent to the benefit of the men of power in France by placing corrupt dictators at the head of Newly independent states. This text, transcript of a lecture given at the end of 2003, proposes to us to fly over the workings of the Françafrique and its mafia drifts and offers us some avenues for new relations with the peoples of the third world by deepening democracy to The planetary scale. …
February 11, 2019
Franco-Cameroun Armed Agents gather unarmed civilians (NOT ACCUSED OF ANYTHING, therefore INNOCENT), then they are treated like ANIMALS (as you can see).
Here is my take: It is DAYLIGHT here; What the Franco-Cameroun Agents are doing is “Auditioning”
WAIT TILL NIGHT TIME and then THE REAL DRAMA BEGINS for those who “PASS” the AUDITION.
This is exactly the THING that Citizens of British Southern Cameroons were warned about way back in 1961 by Statesmen such as Dr. E.M.L. Endeley and Nigerian Premier Abubakar Tafawa Balewa, who both issued statements about the French system. The above scene in 2019 is prophecy fulfilled.
THE RESTORATION OF THE STATE OF BRITISH SOUTHERN CAMEROONS | AMBAZONIA IS A TASK THAT MUST BE FULFILLED.
Comment by K. Ashu:
“Jesus christ. BIRS from Lariporbleak brutalising young #SOUTHERN Cameroonian women and men in Victoria. Righteous indignation! These boys are #Scum! #WARCRIMES by an octogenarian #DICTATOR. TWEET! This is worse than #SLAVERY!”
“Last week, Chinese Foreign Ministry spokesperson Hua Chunying told CNN: “China agreed to waive the interest-free inter-governmental debt that Cameroon had not paid back by the end of 2018.”
That debt was worth $78.4 million. Cameroon’s total debt is 5.8 trillion Central African CFA francs ($10 billion), about a third of which is owed to China, according to the International Monetary Fund.
In short, this was a tiny slice of Cameroon’s liability to China.
So why the initial secrecy?”