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LA DIASPORA: UNE FORCE DE CHANGEMENT POLITIQUE AU CAMEROUN  « Le Programme du Patriote »

La Diaspora Camerounaise a l’obligation morale d’éveiller notre peuple sur les problèmes importants de notre temps. En tant que peuple, nous avons la responsabilité collective de travailler ensemble pour améliorer les conditions de vie de nos compatriotes. Nous devons continuer de mobiliser et de sensibiliser le peuple Camerounais et l’amener à identifier la source des problèmes qui ont longtemps détruit l’espoir des peuples d’Afrique Francophone et retarder leur développement économique et industriel.

GENESIS OF A REVOLUTION IN FRANCAFRIQUE

BURKINA FASO REVOLUTION – 9 Lessons Learned 

Lesson 1: The sovereignty of a country ultimately belongs to the people.

The people have the sovereign right at any time to depose a Dictator who has lost legitimacy and trust. When we, the people are active stake holders of our country,  we can hold our Government and our leaders accountable for their actions. Our leaders must understand that when nominated –or elected-- to a position in Government, their job is to serve the people who will hold them accountable for their actions. The members of the parliament of Burkina Faso were smoked out of the Assembly house and chased into their homes to let them know of the discontent of the people.

THE CFA: A Scheme of Enslavement and Programmed

Generational Poverty of the African People

 

Background of the CFA

 

The CFA is a substandard French currency that was created in December of 1945 by France, under general Charles De Gaulle. The actual treaty is referred to as the Bretton woods treaty which occurred at the end of WWII. The object of this currency was exclusively to maintain economic and monetary control of the French colonies in preemption of their independence.

Genesis of a Peaceful Revolution: Dialogue with the French Colonial Master

 

We, the people of sub-Saharan francophone Africa are at the cusp of engaging the French colonial power in the fight to free our country from the shackles of the French. The people of sub-Saharan Africa are beginning to realize how damaging are the injustices of colonial exploitation they have been subjected to for the last 50 years after they became independent. We have complained about the brutalities, the tortures, the intimidations and the assassinations  perpetrated on our people by the French.

Colonial Exploitation: The Cancer of Francophone sub-Saharan Africa.

CFA The culprit of FrancAfrique

 

France and Great Britain are known to have colonized many countries in the world and in Africa in particular.

The British were known to employ what is known as indirect colonization. In this form of colonization, the Brits do not directly manage the colonies per se, they do not dictate how the government is setup, instead they seek to create a beneficial relationship and partnership –understandably tilted in their favor—with the colonies. In this form of colonization, the colonies remain more or less in control of their fate but maintain a good business relationship with the colonial power.

CHANGE IS AN IDEA, A CONVICTION AND NOT A MAN

 

We, the African people have been cultured into believing in personalities instead of strong institutions and sound ideas. We tend to believe in “strong men” instead of powerful institutions and laws that must be above all men. We tend to put our hopes and dreams in the hands of one “super man” instead of trusting our believes into strong principles, sound ideas, and the rule of law.

Perhaps, it is time that we learn the sobering lessons of history that “A man can and will probably fail the people, but sound ideas and principles won’t”.

THE STATE OF CAMEROON POLITICS – 20 YEARS LATER

 

Some twenty years after Cameroon first adopted multi-party politics, the political opposition in Cameroon has still not been able to organize itself and present to the people a viable and feasible alternative to the current system. As of this writing, Cameroon has some 250 political parties, for a country with a little less than 20 million people and some 300 tribes, almost attaining the one to one ratio between political parties and tribes.

CHOOSING THE LEADERS OF THE TIME

 

In a free society, people are entitled to their opinion but not their own facts. And this will have to be true in the modern Cameroon of tomorrow as we all envision it. We can't blame someone for holding a certain belief or line of thought, because that's what freedom of opinion is all about. What we can and must do, is to subject all beliefs and ideas to public scrutiny.

AGRICULTURE: THE LINCHPIN OF THE AFRICAN INDUSTRIAL REVOLUTION

 

The Industrial Revolution was a period from the 18th to the 19th century where major changes in agriculture, manufacturing, mining, transportation, and technology had a profound effect on the socioeconomic and cultural conditions of the times in the United Kingdom, throughout Europe and North America. Most notably, the average income and population began to exhibit unprecedented sustained growth.