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NO, MISTER ETO'O, AFRICANS CAN NO LONGER RESPECT INCOMPETENCE AND DECEIT! NON MONSIEUR ETO’O, LES AFRICAINS NE PEUVENT PLUS RESPECTER L’INCOMPÉTENCE ET LA FOURBERIE !

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REGARDING ALAIN BA OUMAR! À PROPOS D’ALAIN BA OUMAR !

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DO YOU REMIND THIS TO YOUR SON WHEN HE RAPES WOMEN? VOUS RAPPELEZ CELA À VOTRE FILS QUAND IL VIOLE LES FILLES ?

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CAMEROONIANS CANNOT TELL US THAT THIS IS NORMAL! LES CAMEROUNAIS NE PEUVENT PAS NOUS DIRE QUE CECI EST NORMAL!

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THIS HAPPENS ON TOP OF EVERYTHING ELSE! IL NE MANQUAIT PLUS QUE ÇA!

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CAF IS A CARTEL! LA CAF EST UN CARTEL!

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      English version   What CAF is doing in Cameroon would be worthy of Pablo Escobar, the infamous boss of the Medellin cartel, now deceased.   CAF protocol is that during AFCON the players and technical staff are tested every 2 days. Last Saturday, CAF told us that 12 players of Comoros were positive for Covid. On Tuesday night, Comoros had beaten Ghana, those Comorians had been tested before that match and were negative. About 3 days later 12 of them are declared positive. Two days later this Monday, so 5 days after the match against Ghana, two of these Comorians are declared negative.   So according to CAF, you can catch covid on Wednesday, test positive on Saturday, then negative again on Monday. This goes against everything we know about covid which needs 14 days to be expelled from the body and go from positivity to negativity. What is CAF do to us during this AFCOBN in Cameroon?   One of two things must be true: either CAF tests are bogus, because you can&#

FOR A NATION TO SUCCEED, IT’S PEOPLE MUST SHOW 3 QUALITIES: INTEGRITY, DIGNITY AND COMMUNITY! POUR QU’UNE NATION RÉUSSISSE, SON PEUPLE DOIT FAIRE PREUVE DE 3 QUALITÉS : INTÉGRITÉ, DIGNITÉ ET COMMUNAUTÉ!

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      English version   Countries do not succeed by accident. Ingredients must be present in their population that position the collective of that country to be effective and to succeed. Here are 3 such ingredients that have been found to be essential in the people of the countries that have achieved greatness on the world stage:   1.        Integrity: which mean that the people of that country must be taught to have a commitment to the truth, in what they say, how they live, and how they treat others.   2.        Dignity: flows from having respect for ourselves, for each other, and for the world we live in. People who are dignified treat the common good with care because they know that the next person will need the same services and so will the next generations.   3.        Community: it is what binds us together, to each other, to those who came before us and to those who will come after we are long gone. It is the community that gives our lives purpose and meanin

CAF IS A CIRCUS! LA CAF EST UN CIRQUE !

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A COMMITTEE OF MPONGWÈ ELDERS OF POINTE DENIS MUST IMPERATIVELY SUMMON MOHAMMED VI, THEIR NEIGHBOR, FOR AN EXPLANATION! UN COMITÉ DES SAGES MPONGWÈ DE LA POINTE DENIS DOIT IMPÉRATIVEMENT CONVOQUER MOHAMMED VI, LEUR VOISIN, POUR UNE EXPLICATION !

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A BOOK TO READ ABSOLUTELY THAT EXPLAINS HOW MANSA MUSA CAUSED THE COVETOUSNESS OF AFRICA BY EUROPEANS ! UN LIVRE À LIRE ABSOLUMENT QUI EXPLIQUE COMMENT KANKAN MOUSSA A CAUSÉ LA CONVOITISE DE L’AFRIQUE PAR LES EUROPÉENS !

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      This is the original article as it appeared in the New-York Times     BORN IN BLACKNESS   Africa, Africans, and the Making of the Modern World, 1471 to the Second World War By Howard W. French   In 1444, the citizens of Lagos in southern Portugal witnessed a novel spectacle. As they crowded the beach, some 235 newly arrived Black captives were driven ashore. Overseers dragged families apart as despairing mothers clutched their children and threw themselves on the ground, absorbing the blows raining on their backs. Presiding from horseback over Europe’s first sizable market of sub-Saharan slaves was Portugal’s Prince Henry, known to history as “the Navigator,” and watching nearby was his official biographer, Gomes Eanes de Zurara. Abandoning his usual sycophancy in the face of the captives’ anguish, Zurara bitterly protested that he could not help but “cry piteously over their suffering” and found scant comfort in the thought that their heathen souls, if not th