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Ambazonia

Posted on 21/01/2019

When you step out of your front door and walk away from your home, you often have no idea where you might end up or what you will find. So, one Saturday morning I went on a venture to London and when you go there, you invariably find something of interest.

I was passing through Parliament Square, across the road from the Houses of Parliament and I discovered a group of black African people gathering Some of them had flags and on the flags was the name “Ambazonia”. As a journalist I took pictures.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Less than an hour after that, I came across them again. Many were strewn across Whitehall outside of Downing Street and stopping traffic.

Please watch the video.

The New State of Ambazonia

The new name, Ambazonia, is derived from the name of the bay on their coastline, Ambas Bay and has also been referred to as being Amba Land. It is situated in the South West of Cameroon and is mainly English speaking as was the North of the country which became a part of Nigeria in 1961.

 

 

 

 

 

Ambazonia or South Cameroons declared independence from Cameroon (West Africa) in September 2017. It followed escalating unrest that culminated in the main Cameroon government carrying out a series of brutal attacks that have been described as genocidal in nature.

President Paul Biya has been president since 1982. That is 37 years. He would have to know what was going on, so he cannot wash his hands of the crimes being committed against these people. In fact, some of his language has led Cameroons to fear being ethnically cleansed.

There have been videos, pictures and reports produced to support the claims. These included indiscriminate killing, wholesale burning of villages, rapes and humiliating acts.

A petition by South Cameroons was presented to the United Nations and provided details of police raping students at a university.

Cause of the Divide

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

The South Cameroons are English-speaking citizens of South Cameroons while the rest of Cameroon is French speaking and this is the crux of the matter.

The English citizens feel strongly, and not without justification, that they are being treated as second class citizens. From being blatantly penalized in the education system for being English speaking, things have degenerated into barbaric attacks. People have had their homes torched and their young people murdered.

Like a lot of third world states, Cameroon has been in receipt of large amounts of Foreign Aid from the United Nations. That seems to have stopped. Only to be replaced by support from France.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Like a number of places in West Africa, Cameroon has suffered vicious attacks by the dreaded Boko Haram, an extremist Islamic group renowned for their violent attacks, especially against children.

While they kidnap girls, boys suffer machete attacks and being burned alive. To combat this, Cameroon has developed its own special forces unit, presumably receiving specialist training from the French military. The Cameroon special forces have quickly gained a reputation for being just as brutal as Boko Haram.

The French authorities are allegedly taking the lead in resolving the issue in South Cameroons. How they are doing that is uncertain. The British role in the matter is to “Monitor the situation.”

 

Meanwhile, ten leaders of the Ambazonia separatist movement were arrested whilst in exile in Nigeria a year ago. They have been facing a Yaounde military tribunal, but have refused to identify as Cameroons. Instead there have been calls for them to be returned to the sanctuary of Nigeria.

 

 

In writing this article, there are big gaps in the available information, so this is pieced together from what I have found so far.

 

South Africa facing White Genocide while the World looks the other way

Posted on 30/03/2018

‘We are not calling for the slaughter of white people – at least for now’

South African parliament votes to SEIZE white-owned land as experts warn of violent repercussions

 White South African farmers to be removed from their land after parliament vote 

  • The motion for ‘expropriation without compensation’ passed by a landslide
  • It was brought about by Julius Malema who said white farmers are ‘criminals’ 

By Ben Hill For Mailonline and Afp

PUBLISHED: 28 February 2018 | UPDATED: 1 March 2018

For Full Daily Mail article click here

White South African farmers will be removed from their land after a landslide vote in parliament. The country’s constitution is now likely to be amended to allow for the confiscation of white-owned land without compensation, following a motion brought by radical Marxist opposition leader Julius Malema.

It passed by 241 votes for to 83 against after a vote on Tuesday, and the policy was a key factor in new president Cyril Ramaphosa’s platform after he took over from Jacob Zuma in February. Mr Malema said the time for ‘reconciliation is over’. ‘Now is the time for justice,’ News24 reported. ‘We must ensure that we restore the dignity of our people without compensating the criminals who stole our land.’

COMMENT: This is a nonsense comment that is based on a deliberate misunderstanding of history. According to missionary records much of the land was not occupied. The arrival of white settlers, which goes back before the discovery of America, revolutionized farming. The technology and culture introduced provided more reliable food sources and much improved medical and hygiene facilities. Some tribes in the region engaged in war with each other and allegedly carried out genocidal acts against the vanquished. The black population has burgeoned like never before.

White South African farmers will be removed from their land after a landslide vote in parliament. The country’s constitution is now likely to be amended to allow for the confiscation of white-owned land without compensation.

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A 2017 government audit found white people owned 72 per cent of farmland

COMMENT: Confiscation of land is one that has been repeated many times under communist regimes and usually ends in disaster as the new occupiers lack the expertise to generate sufficient food to sustain a population. Cape Town has suffered water shortages since under the Zumar regime the adopted a policy where a workforce was apportioned by race. As it meant that 8% of the population were while then only 8% of water engineers could be white. That meant that most engineers lacked sufficient expertise to do the job.

Rural affairs minister for the ruling African National Congress party said ‘The ANC unequivocally supports the principle of land expropriation without compensation’.

Mr Malema has a long-standing commitment to land confiscation without compensation. In 2016 he told his supporters he was ‘not calling for the slaughter of white people – at least for now’. COMMENT: This is an implicit threat of genocide and follows on from very violent attacks being carried out on white farmers.

‘There is no doubt about it, land shall be expropriated without compensation.’

Freedom Front Plus party leader Pieter Groenewald said the decision to strip white farmers of their land would cause ‘unforeseen consequences that is not in the interest of South Africa’.

Daily Mail article By Ben Hill

The deputy chief executive of civil rights group Afriforum said the motion was a violation of agreements made at the end of apartheid.

The deputy chief executive of civil rights group Afriforum said the motion was a violation of agreements made at the end of apartheid. White farmers control 73 percent of arable land compared with 85 percent when apartheid ended in 1994, according to a recent study (South African farmer pictured)

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Comment: Meanwhile the South African Government is giving a green light for the murder and brutalization of white farmers and their families

See this news report:   Farm murders have gone up

The Build up to Genocide in South Africa

Posted on 01/03/2018

The term ‘genocide’ did not exist until after World War 2 although genocidal actions have been both a part of human history and part of our psychological make up probably going back to before there were humans. The study of other creatures whether it be chimpanzees, ants or even the beloved dolphin suggests that we are not the owner of this ultimate evil. Those who spout that there are too many humans on the planet are, in fact, expressing a genocidal impulse in their mind. 

Here though, we are highlighting the plight of white farmers in South Africa. They are the ones who actually keep the infrastructure running and provide food that fends off mass starvation, so they are a vital part of the country. That does not stop personal greed, ambition and an ill conceived notion of victim-hood setting aside the logic of best interest of the nation. When logic and common sense are allowed to whither, then evil will find a foothold and, like a cancer will flourish to cause maximum harm. In the 20th Century, tens of millions suffered and died because of this and, if anything, it demonstrated that unchecked evil has no bottom to its depravity.

Before indulging in the attached videos have a browse of  the 1948 United Nations Universal Declaration of Human Rights definitions of Genocide:

Genocide means any of the following acts committed with intent to destroy, in whole or in part, a national, ethnical, racial or religious group, as such:

(a) Killing members of the group;
(b) Causing serious bodily or mental harm to members of the group;
(c) Deliberately inflicting on the group conditions of life calculated to bring about its physical destruction in whole or in part;
(d) Imposing measures intended to prevent births within the group;
(e) Forcibly transferring children of the group to another group.

There is a graphically disturbing article here by Frank Chung about the ongoing atrocities against white farmers here: Bury Them Alive

frank.chung@news.com.au

If you want to learn more then follow Lauren Southern’s investigations here:

The Reality of South African Farm Murders (7 mins)

South Africa’s Farm Murders: Jeanine’s Story  (7 mins)

White Farmers Slaughtered in South Africa | Lauren Southern and Stefan Molyneux (58mins)

  

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