Clinton warns tyrants across the world

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  1. Les partisans du président Paul Biya sont rabotage à lancé un rassemblement le 20 mai 2011 à chaque ambassade du Cameroun à travers le monde en faveur du régime tyrannique. Ambassadeurs camerounais ont été soutenant la corruption pour près de 30 ans. Il s’agit de notre temps de se lever pour ce qui est juste. Voix du Cameroun invite les Camerounais à l’étranger pour montrer la voie en parrainant une protestation massive à chaque ambassade du Cameroun dans le monde entier. Notre organisation a décidé de lancé cette campagne sur le 20 mai 2011 afin de symboliser le début d’un nouvel Cameroun. Un pays avec respect complet aux lois sur les droits de l’homme et la liberté d’expression. Un gouvernement choisi par le peuple pour le peuple. Cameroun qui est prêt à promouvoir le développement économique national et commerce d’exportation responsable pour encourager l’emploi à tous les niveaux de la société. Plupart de tous, pour construire un nouveau Cameroun qui est libre de corruption et de la dictature militaire. Ces règles d’engagement stratégiques nous aidera à reconquérir notre liberté.

    1). Les dirigeants de liberté doivent être en mesure de sacrifier une journée hors du travail à se battre pour la justice et l’égalité pour tous camerounais.

    2). Les dirigeants de liberté doivent être prêts à tenir des réunions graves pour encourager les camerounais pour rejoindre.

    3). Voyages organisés de bus sont amusantes, moins chère et plus facile à gérer. Annoncer des endroits spécifiques pour répondre à toutes les deux semaines. Nous devons être dédiés et conforme à nos objectifs principaux.

    4) Les dirigeants de liberté doivent être prêts à éduquer le public au sujet de notre intention de la révolution. Tenir les grandes photos de tous nos citoyens courageuses qui ont été sauvagement assassinés par le Président Paul Biya et son thugs militaires.

    5). Les dirigeants de liberté doivent porter rouge vert et jaune pour promouvoir notre Révolution nationale.

    6). Inviter vos représentants État sénateur ou le gouvernement à prendre la parole lors de la révolution. Aussi inviter les médias locaux et les magazines d’actualités pour signaler la révolution. Apportez vos équipements d’enregistrement numérique comme téléphones vidéos, caméscopes et appareils photo numériques.

    7). Alerter votre autorité de police locale sur la révolution pacifique.

    8). Les dirigeants de liberté doivent être disposés et prêts à accueillir et à accueillir leurs frères et sœurs visiter leur ville d’origine.

    9). Être respectueux de votre autorité locale et d’éviter d’endommager les propriétés privées et publiques.

    10). Inviter les leaders des partis politiques au Cameroun pour parler de la crise au Cameroun à la foule.
    Chaque camerounais à l’étranger doivent rester engagés à ces règles d’engagement stratégiques que le monde peut entendre notre cri pour la liberté. Tous nos efforts grands inspirera camerounais à la maison pour suivre les étapes de nos pieds.
    Vive le Cameroun
    Une entreprise libre Cameroun
    par la voix du Cameroun (pouvoir au peuple par le peuple)

    Le Président Paul Biya doivent parcourir avant le Cameroun peut avoir une élection équitable. Ma raison est que, tous les candidats à la présidence du Cameroun doivent obtenir sur la télévision nationale au débat sur les problèmes auxquels fait face au Cameroun. Après le débat à la télévision, tous les candidats doivent passer pour un tour du Cameroun pour parler de leur plan pour un nouveau Cameroun. Ils doivent expliquer en détail comment elles conduiront au Cameroun pour un avenir meilleur. Cela donnera camerounais l’occasion d’écouter et d’évaluer quel candidat a les meilleures politiques pour le Cameroun. C’est ce que nous appelons une véritable élection démocratique du peuple pour le peuple.

    http://www.causes.com/paulbiyamustgo ou http://www.youtube.com/voiceofcameroon

  2. Voice of Cameroon is looking for volunteers to make posters from photos of brave Cameroonians who were murdered or badly brutalized by the tyrannic regime of president Paul Biya. These posters will be used at our protest in Washington DC on the 20th of May 2011. Feel free to copy photos of tortures in Cameroon from our facebook profile and make a color copy to be presented to the public during our revolution. Please, send us an inbox message if you are willing to volunteer. We must not allow president Paul Biya to run as candidate at the 2011 presidential election in Cameroon.

    Voix du Cameroun est à la recherche de bénévoles pour faire des affiches de photos de camerounais courageux qui ont été assassinés ou mal brutalisés par le régime tyrannique du président Paul Biya. Ces affiches serviront à notre protestation à Washington DC, le 20 mai 2011. N’hésitez pas à copier des photos de tortures au Cameroun de notre profil facebook et faire une copie couleur qui sera présenté au public lors de notre Révolution. Veuillez nous envoyer un message de la boîte de réception si vous êtes prêt à faire du bénévolat. Nous ne devons pas laisser le Président Paul Biya à se présenter comme candidat à l’élection présidentielle de 2011 au Cameroun.
    Cordialement
    Tila Bokado

  3. Cameroon Bans Twitter Via SMS to Insulate Itself Against Digital Activists

    Dibussi Tande

    In a bid to insulate Cameroon against popular uprisings similar to those that have toppled regimes in Tunisia and Egypt in recent months, the government of Cameroon has forced mobile operator MTN end its five-month old partnership with the microblogging giant Twitter, and to discontinue its Twitter short code service.
    Twitter_MTN
    This service allowed MTN subscribers to receive tweets for free and send tweets at the standard SMS rates.
    In should be recalled that during his press conference of February 22, 2010, Cameroon’s Minister of Communications and regime spokesperson had lashed out at Cameroonians in the Diaspora who were using Facebook and Twitter to try and launch Egypt-type protests in Cameroon. And during the February 23 protests , the international media relied primarily on Tweets for information on what was going on in the country.

    Wrong Lessons
    Obviously, the government has failed to learn the lesson from North Africa, particularly in Tunisia where the Ben Ali regime was still toppled even though it had banned all social media sites for years and had engaged in a sophisticated cyber-war with Tunisian digital activists. The government has also completely misread the lessons of the February 23 protests; even though Twitter played a prominent role in informing the world of what was happening in Cameroon, over 95% of the tweets which the international media relied on for updates did not originate from within Cameroon. It was information obtained via mobile phones, regular SMS and email which ended up on Twitter and not real-time tweets from activists on the ground. Thus, banning the Twitter short code does little to change the balance of power online.

    When Politics Trumps Innovation and Development
    Before today’s ban, very few Cameroonians were even aware that Twitter was available in Cameroon via SMS, and the majority of those who were did not even grasp its potential as a tool for political activism. In fact, the groups and individuals who used this service were either folks in the IT fields of organizations such as the Buea based Agro-Hub which used the Twitter service to provide tips to famers in rural areas and also help them market their produce. As Bill Zimmerman explained in back in December:

    Agro-Hub realizes that their target audience—smallholder farmers in Cameroon—aren’t willing to pay for an unproven SMS service, so their model is based on providing free updates. After farmers follow Agro-Hub:Informer on Twitter with their mobiles, Agro-Hub:Trader aims to earn revenue from nominal fees collected when goods are sold directly to the end consumer. Farmers benefit from economies of scale by organizing into cooperatives and bypassing exploitative middlemen, while consumers get local produce at reduced costs.

    Twitter closed
    That the Twitter short code could be used for political activism was simply incidental in the Cameroonian context. Its real power was in its ability to drive innovation in a vast array of non-political fields. Quoting Bill Zimmerman again,

    A Twitter-MTN Cameroon partnership raises the bar for everyone. Twitter gains an early foothold in a growing market, innovators get a no-cost group SMS platform and MTN subscribers connect with one another and consume mobile content like never before… In the long run, Twitter’s entry into Cameroon increases the base on which innovation can occur. While Google has missed the boat on the cost of access issue, Twitter and Facebook are poised to make their mark with messaging platforms that transcend borders and connect Africans globally.

    In country where politics trumps everything else and where the survival of the Biya regime is becoming a self-destructive obsession, the socio-economic benefits of Twitter have been completely overlooked in favor of a largely symbolic policy which does not change the digital balance of power between the regime and the digital activists within and out of Cameroon…

    Twitter closed2

    A Futile Battle…
    Every Cameroonian with a cell phone (that is about 6 million individuals) knows what a text message is, and/or has texted at least once before. Increasingly smartphones are making their way into Cameroon, and practically every phone in the market has a camera. The combination of standard SMS and smartphones is where the potential “threat” to national security (i.e., the Biya regime) really lies, and not on a service that was used by only a handful of people; the police brutalization of Kah Walla, for example, was captured on a cell phone, uploaded onto the internet and also distributed via email before it ultimately found its way on Twitter. Even without Twitter, the video would have still gone viral. The cell phone and SMS will play a pivotal role during the 2011 presidential elections when political parties and activists will use these tools to provide real-time information on vote rigging schemes and other election irregularities…

    So, unless the government plans a total Internet blackout, including the banning of all mobile phones and standard SMS, then it has embarked on a very futile battle which it will never win.

    Twitter Suspended By Cameroon Government

  4. As D-Day for a political Tsaunami for Cameroon approaches, The Biya Must Go team is calling for the last time for close associates of the CPDM and Biya’s regime to resign and islolate Biya or will face the wrath of the PEOPLEs’ will.

    If you are a minister, a Governor, an SDO, a DO , a CPDM chief or Fon, Politcal Bureau members of the CPDM, Members of CENER, BIR (Rapid Intervention Unit, BMM, Generals of the army, Commissioners of police, Presby members, ELECAM, Family members of Biya and close relatives of members of the regime (Frank Biya, Chantal Biya etc); it is time for you to distant yourself from the Paul Biya regime or you shall face the Cameroonian people when Biya is gone.

    There are three things you can do

    1. Resign from the government and go home
    2. Join the people campaign against your old master Paul Biya or
    3. Resign from your position and leave the country

    Failure to do one of these will be considered by our tsaunami team and the people of CAMEROON as a direct provocation to the peoples campaign and you and any close associate of yours will be considered as an enemy of the peoples’ and the state of Cameroon , and as a deliberate act to undermine the peoples’ strength and resolve.

    We are equally calling on all Cameroonians especially our action teams to be vigilant and distant yourself from any trouble maker(s) who may want to use our historic move on the regime to either settle personal score or try to vandalise property or persons of which we strongly oppose and condemn. Our action shall be peaceful, massive and consuming but will be mightier than any gun, machine gun, helicopter, tanks or smeer campaign which the regime is good in.

    This will be the last warning before our advance to Etoudi palace begins which is unstoppable unless Biya Goes.

    For the “Biya Must Go” Campaign

  5. Dear Cameroonians,

    As we give Biya and his gang some time to reflect despite all the provocations from Ngolle Ngolle Elvis, we want to assure the CPDM regime and cohorts that the “Biya Must Go” campaign is preparing a political Tsunami for Cameroon that will swallow all of them. Douala was just an exercise for real ground work to start. Biya and his thieves should use this week end to reflect and replay the videos of Egypt and Libya. There will be no room for escape when we land and those who stand with the dictator shall perish with him.

    Let the army and the police know and reflect when they receive orders. If they stand with the people, they shall be glorified, but if they attempt to protect a corrupt and outdated regime which is going to crumble in their own rubbles from our actions,then they shall be buried in thesame rubbles. There shall be no fence sitting. Either you are for the people or you are against the people.

    The peoples’ might you guys just withnessed in Tunisia, Egypt, Yemen, Bahrain and now in Libya is just a tip of the iceburg. Cameroon will be a combination of all. You have your guns, machine guns, AK 47 , jets and helicopters; we have our bear hands and white clothes, but our force and might in their millions will be more than all the bullets, machine guns and teargas in stock. Tunisia took a month, Egypt 18 days and Libya will fall soon, Cameroon will be the shortest of all the campaigns.

    There shall be no hiding place for traitors and no room to welcome or host adventures. Biya has the last warning to step down and hand over power to us. We are not negotiating for a military takeover. So the miliatry should stay clear of this or will face our might. We are not requesting a handover to the opposition because even John Fru has betrayed us. We are not asking for an independent electoral commission because all those sitting in as officers of ELECAM are our greatest enemies. We are not asking for a new constitution because the Cameroonians people are intelligent enough to draw one for themselves. We are asking Biya to handover power to us. We have already put in place the necessary mechanism to bring lasting democracy, the rule of law and good governance to Cameroon within six months. There is no room for any negotiation, we are not afraid. We are one family-Anglophones, Francophones, Bamelikes, Ngembas, Bayangs, Ewundus, Bulus, Doaulas, Fulanis, Mbororos, Pygmis, Fangs, Esinjangs, we are one Cameroon fighting a corrupt and ruthless regime that has enslaved out people for 50 years in which Biya share an accumulated blame of 28 years as president.

    We are coming, Biya Must Go / Paul Biya Degage

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