CAMEROUN: Paul Biya’s Sodom and Gomorrah
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This video is a referendum on Paul Biya, the Roman Catholic seminarian who became a failed president of an African country: Cameroon. Paul Biya became the president of the United Republic of Cameroon in 1982, after serving President Ahmadou Ahidjo as a technocrat from 1962. The Cameroonian masses had welcomed Paul Biya’s rise to power as the call of destiny; unfortunately, the honeymoon was very brief; Paul Biya morphed into a despicable dictator. What has he achieved since 1982? He has brought untold misery to his people.
Africa is the richest continent on planet earth. It is paradoxical to observe its people are the poorest. The cause of African poverty is the fault of a strong breed called despicable dictators, who have hijacked the government machinery. As a result, these dictators loot the resources of the motherland. In addition, these dictators kill people for their own sport. The protests of activists have been drawing much attention to these evil men of Africa. In the civilized world, there is the correlation between crime and punishment; like the Nuremburg Trials, ICC has to punish African dictators. Yet, international institutions, such as ICC, are controversial. Are these bodies the wheel of justice or institution of racism? Watch our video.
Please watch: “Ambazonia Alert: Dying Paul Biya Makes America and Russia Fight War”