Tuesday, February 15, 2011

Biya Must Go: A Calll to Cameroon Opposition.

Dear Compatriots,

The drumbeats of change have echoed from Tunisa to Egypt, and the world is dancing to it. The crescendo is increasing towards Cameroon and against Biya as the days go by because Cameroonians bear the brunt of the shackles of dictatorship and corruption. The whirlpool of change and the wind pool of development are blowing everywhere, fanned by those who are tired of living because the government has sapped away every hope from their veins. Even unborn kids in Cameroon want Biya and his corrupt system to go before they are born, and to those who live, he has become a nightmare. As individuals, we cannot but as a throng we produce a mysterious power that no dictator can resist no matter how powerful he or she is.


However, from the time of Gandhi with satyagraha, Martin Luther King Jr with Civil Disobedience, and Mandela's Grassroots Demonstrations, many have realized that there is a weapon dictators cannot resist. That is called peaceful demonstration. Ben Ali of Tunisia resisted for one week, and the mighty Mubarak resisted for a fortnight and four days. But all like overripe mangoes, fell at the timing of God and the persistence of the people.

There are discouragement experts telling you that Cameroonians cannot drive away Biya because they are afraid to face Biya's repressive machine. You and I know that we can if we come together. As usual, Cameroon has always shown that it is the epitome of resistance as we are aware of the heavy defeat the Germans received during the Mpaw Manku Wars and the French received from UPC because they fought as one. In Tunisia and Egypt, the opposition parties kept away their differences and formed a common formidable front that not even the military saw the need to resist. In Egypt, it was even a miraculous marriage for convenience to liquidate their dictator. The Muslim Brotherhood joined all the other opposition parties, and they accepted her for the need to drive Mubarak.

Cameroon Opposition, it is a time for you all to come together; join hands, take away the party identity for a common cause. Each party has tried in their own way, but they have never succeeded. In this time that even nature has set the pedestals for the opposition to conquer, there will not be any excuse if we do not come together. History will judge each and everyone of us cruelly. How do you want to be remembered: as the one who destroyed the opposition, or the one who oiled the wheels of the human train that carried Biya out of office? If you have a conscience, I entreat you to use it now. It is better to live a day like a lion than to live a thousand years as unemancipated slaves: yes, for slaves we are these 30 years of tyranny with a system with  an almost certainly irredeemable kleptocratic notoriety.

Aren't we tired of living like Biya's roaches? Tell your brothers and sisters, look not unto death for all will die; look unto the rewards that you will get by sacrificing your all for the liberation of your fatherland. Together come out and march.

Until then, join hands and redeem Cameroon.

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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