Tuesday, September 1, 2009

Manyu Militants invite Comrade Paul Biya.

To Prof. Agbor Tabi, congratulations once more! The Manyu people and the Cameroonians abroad are all behind you. If you go home and the election does not take place please give it to the CPDM. That will sound very familiar because there has been precedence with the Manyu people in the US. If you do not like the congratulatory messages for Prof Peter Agbor Tabi please don't worry you will soon get over it.

When I was a kid I had a village boy who always stole one hundred francs all the time. Then he began stealing one thousand, hundreds of thousands and then he finally stole one million. People always argued that he could not steal more than a hundred francs be because he had never stolen a thousand francs. He never stole a thousand because he had never seen a thousand. Once he saw it he stole it. We do not expect a 2 year old to steal one million dollars. First he does not know its worth and secondly he may not see it. The same thing goes for those who are criticizing Biya. They have never tested power yet they are more corrupt than the man.

An honest man will meet with other honest people and they will build an honest community. An honest community will build an honest country and an honest country will build an honest world. Perhaps that is utopia, but for honesty to stay at the national level, it must begin in our individual hearts and homes which is absent.

I am afraid Cameroon seems hopeless: not because of the departing Paul Biya, for whether he likes it or not he will one day leave, but because those who aspire to take the baton are worst.

Here we are: a people corrupt to the bone and marrow; a people who see white and call black and black we call white. Here is a people specialized in stealing elections and making the unvoted stay in power in the Diaspora. Yet we cry wolf at the people at home and pretend we want to teach them morals. I have always laughed when I see Manyu people from England try to teach those in the US peace when they know no peace; after all they have three Manyu England and now live in little clusters. To those I say this “Doctor heal thyself”. Here we have those in the US who fabricate absentee ballots and install kings without kingdoms tell those at home they are shocked with what is happening at home.

You only have to be shocked because you are of no good. Yes, no good at all! You can go on exile after all being in Diaspora is a step to self imposed economic exile! Yes, exile I said you should go!
Prof Agbor Tabi will amass all the support he likes and Paul Biya will remain in power as long as his life can permit. If you do not like it, run away; I say run and do not come back. Nobody needs any of you anyway. After all you have shown that if you had the power you will be worst. So I say run and run far from the young ones, run and run far from the poor, and run and run far from the voiceless.

Those who talk about the roads in Mamfe and Manyu would mean a thing if they had shown a proclivity for truth and honesty. But if they are more corrupt than those they criticize all we can advise them is “worry not our peace for thou makest noise. For thou has no voice”! So I say run and run far for your voice does not mean a thing to anyone.

If we were acting differently in the Diaspora from our compatriots at home by holding free and fair elections, conducting independent elections and installing people in power who are duly voted then when we raise our voices against the malpractices of the CPDM even the dead will hear our voices, and as usual God would have sided with us. But if we do the same thing we criticize in others, God will not hear our cries whether we weep on mountain tops or down in the deepest valleys.

Cameroon will not change by us making noise; it will change if we all can show an iota of honesty in the minimal political engagements we have with our compatriots.

Until then, unto this I ascribe my name.

Prince & PA Hamilton Ayuk!


“Bonyfish beware because the same net that caught the jawless fish, caught the cartilaginous fish” (Hamilton Ayuk).
Beware earthly paradise seekers because there is a serpent in every paradise"(Hamilton Ayuk).

Idle people write, idler people read, and idlest people read and whine that idle people are taking their time (Hamilton Ayuk).

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