The Change Discourse: Ending Paristrioka in Cameroun


The Change Discourse Part I: From the Manuscript of Den of Lions Vol. I by this author. Ending Paristroika: Change in the Cameroons is not in the mass hysteric chanting: Biya Must Go..from every rooftop. It is ending Paristrioka or the neo-colonial system manifested in 1. the rape of the Southern Cameroons 2. the absence of checks and balances 3 the absence of power separation 4. the presence of an imperial presidency 5. the perpetual violation of human rights, 6) the state of lawlessness 7) the gagged press 8) election fraud, 9) proscription of associations and trade unions 10) fraud and corruption culture 11)inertia 12) insecurity 13) State terrorism,

Faced with the egregious 1950-1960 compulsion from local nationalist communities, it became incontrovertible for France to grant independence to local peoples. To facilitate their return the colonial masters planted favourable interlocutors and boutiquiers to facilitate their re-entry the French now invented Paristrioka or neocolonialism.
This state, in its structures and functions, is nothing but the constitutionalization the following:
1) the absence of checks and balances
2) the absence of power separation
3) the presence of an imperial presidency
4) the perpetual violation of human rights
5) the state of lawlessness
6) the gagged press
7) election fraud,
8) proscription of associations and trade unions
9) fraud and corruption culture
10) inertia
11) insecurity
12) State terrorism, etc.

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