BSC | AMB: Cameroons – British vs French? THE DIFFERENCE: Fact known since 1954!!

Trouble: Africa – British vs French | Serious Point to Note
“The trouble comes because British policy endeavors to develop among the Africans a hard corps of responsible political leaders, while French policy concentrates on assimilating the Africans into the French cultural system and — in a sense — to develop them into the best possible Frenchmen. This is a basic policy difference which gives rise to a number of complications which will sooner or later have to be adjusted.” by Mason Sears United States Representative on the Trusteeship Council, 1954

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Restoration of the State of British Southern Cameroons is a Task that Will be Done

“Assimilate”. Ahem!
TIME FOR SOME ADJUSTMENT

Comment: Citizens of British Southern Cameroons are now real-life VICTIMS of these two diametrically opposed colonial policies – one by the British and the other by the French. All colonial powers ended colonization and left Africa, but France came in through the backdoor. Why? You tell me.

We are living the nightmare of Franco-“Assimilated” Africans on the hunt to “assimilate” other Africans into i-don’t-know-what-to-call-it-type-of-system where its Citizens are treated like trash and people in positions of public service display the kind of arrogance you only find in places where ignorance stinks to the high heavens. TribalMonk

The Restoration of the Independence of the State of British Southern Cameroons is a Task that Will be Done

Full Text by Mason Sears United States Representative on the Trusteeship Council, 1954 Here:

BSC | AMB: Al Jazeera – Is Cameroon persecuting its English speakers?

January 27, 2017
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“In recent weeks opposition leaders from the English-speaking regions have been arrested.
Thousands of English-speaking teachers, lawyers and students have gone on strike to protest against alleged marginalization.

In response, internet service in English-speaking areas was cut off more than a week ago.
That, in turn, has led to a new campaign using the hashtag “Bring Back Our Internet”.
The government says that the internet blackout and arrests of political leaders are necessary to maintain peace.
So, what does this mean for Cameroon?”

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