100% deposit match bonus + 50 free spins at Trada Casino Can someone please tell, the so called, president of the Facebook Republic of Southern Cameroon to use a chap stick whenever he has to make any of his public appearances?
It is about time we call a spade a spade and remind Cameroonians who continue to side with this Facebook Republic that the silent majority – the group made of sensible and respected Cameroonians is strongly against all and any forms of violence and barbaric actions.
In the past few weeks, Cameroonians abroad have done very well in exposing their stupidity and nonchalant behaviors to the rest of the world in their attempts to rob Cameroonian embassies in their respective countries notably, Belgium, South Africa and United Kingdom.
Such cowardice acts have been praised by their white mouth interim leader who sees no further than his purple tie over a grey suit. It is stupid to say that least that such forms of protest are stupid and only call for denunciations of which we are joining others to denounce.
We all heard that they took over an embassy. Can someone confirm if they are till there? Cry babies!!! What’s all the noise for when they can’t last long? This is same story with that has been going on… They stir up a noise and then let go. We would be surprise if they could even keep an office space where they have to pay rents.
If they consider themselves a country as they preach, then why not get your own embassy? We heard your interim President now has his passport, we wonder from what office they are being issued… This whole struggle has been an opportunity for some unpopular fans to find a way to exercise their primary school grammar tenses.
For those who were arrested during the foolish acts, they will have themselves to blame. Worst if they have no papers in those countries. Isn’t it insane to see grown folks carrying coffins in broad day light? This has become more of a Nigerian reality movie and we won’t be surprise to part 1 of the movie soon.
As we continue to hope, it is our prayer that some Cameroonians become sensible enough to make their decisions rather than wait for an online noise maker to come and rescue them. It’s a sad dawn for the Southern Cameroonian struggle, it’s a sad reality indeed for them and their fans. You are growing seeds in the sand.
The Great Anonymous