I am extremely sorry folks. This mail was not supposed to be sent out yet . I forwarded  a copy to my self for "Editing" but mistakenly never knew it was going to the general audience. I had not even finished my thought process. I wanted to clear the article with some other big names of the struggle to get their opinion first. I am sorry about this unfortunate mix-up.

From: 'Mishe Fon' via ambasbay <>
To: Lucas Fon <>; Mishe Fon <>
Cc: 'Greig Batey' via ambasbay <>;; "" <>; "" <>; "" <>; "" <>
Sent: Saturday, June 17, 2017 9:51 AM

Dear brothers and sisters of SC
I am hereby simply "Thinking Aloud" and putting what is coming out of that my nkongolibong head into words. I did not edit nor did I need to because I was thinking about it all night.
We Southern Cameroonians have shown to the Yaoundé authorities and the world community that we have what it takes to stand our grounds in the face of provocation, intimidation, torture and depravity. The Cameroon government thought that it was going to be business as usual with a few days of "Strike / Manifestation" followed by brutal repression, a few cosmetic decrees later to return to normalcy. This time it did not work. We have presented our case loud and clear for those who have ears to hear and understand the gravity of the situation and to equally comprehend that "Cameroon will NEVER be the same again". This brings me to my point.
We have not WON the battle (Yet) and we have not (God forbid bad things) LOST either. La Republique with all the might, Military, Financial Resources and Diplomatic clout has equally not been able to SILENCE the desiderata of the people of Southern Cameroons. They have not LOST the battle, yet they cannot claim any modicum of victory fighting unarmed citizens. All those cosmetic proposals with Bilingualism decrees, OHADA conventions and a few transfers here and there of some francophones is definitely NOT the appropriate answer to an intractable problem like the Southern Cameroons issue. That notwithstanding, I think it is time to do some introspection on the way forward. Here are my humble suggestions: (Please, if I am wrong, kindly forgive me and don't send me to the guillotine).

1) GHOST TOWNS: This is a very formidable tool that has almost crippled the economy not only of our region but the entire Cameroon. In my opinion, it is not a strategy that can be sustained for an indefinite period. Putting an end to "Operation Ghost Towns" will not show any sign of surrender but re-fuel the empty coffers of our compatriots that are now suffering serious Financial hardship that affects their bottom line. SC can always revert back to its implementation if the government continues its "Hide & Seek periwinkle shenanigans.

2) SCHOOLS BOYCOTT: Our children are now officially on vacation and schools will be reopened I guess in September or there about. We should lift the moratorium on school attendance. Let our children return to school next academic year. We have lost one year (no problem). Some will definitely ask what we have gained in this full one year of school boycott? My answer: A lot; although much is still to be accomplished. It should be clear to all and sundry that a "Francophone" teacher will NEVER teach Geography, Physics, Mathematics, Chemistry, Biology in Southern Cameroons. That is a fact and anyone who ventures against the wishes of our people, will be doing so at their own risk. I know I will be asked if the "Teacher's Demands" have all been fulfilled? No

From: "Paolus Mbinglo [FREE_Ambazonians]" <>
Cc: 'Greig Batey' via ambasbay <>;;;;;;
Sent: Saturday, June 17, 2017 8:45 AM

Is this cameroon journal (interesting name) a propaganda machine for SCACUF?
I am getting tired of the "fair and balance" messages they put out and claim objectivity. The writing is on the wall.
It's time for SCACUF to hand over the mission of southern Cameroons independence to an elected IPM and her government. 
We cannot continue to tolerate this charade.
I feel like we are being scammed by a group of guys with little or no knowledge of where they are headed. 
What is the way forward?
Where is the road map?
Why the sudden call for the appointment of an IPM?
What makes SCACUF more capable than an elected government?
I can understand people's frustration and I am clearly one of them. 
If SCACUF can't decide on something as easy as electing an IPM, what makes them think they can take us to a free Ambaland?
Time for an election is now 
God bless our struggle 
Southern Cameroonian Paul 

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------------------>THE TRIAD PRINCIPLE<-------------------------
**Only when we acknowledge and remain steadfast to the TRUTH**
**Only when we recognize and never negotiate away our RIGHTS**
**Only when we accept the realities of our one and unique IDENTITY**

Only by adopting these TRIAD principles of survival and propagation
Can we expect to harness and maintain the power that belong to us as the people, the nation, the state and as the REPUBLIC OF AMBAZONIA (The United Nations Trust Territory of the Southern Cameroons under United Kingdom Administration).

THIS IS OUR INALIENABLE RIGHT WHICH MUST BE RESTORED BY EVERY 'MEANS' POSSIBLE! We have only two options, the AMBAZONIA's Sovereignty-equality/Sovereignty-recognition model (the option-ONE) is here to enable us take advantage of the law as we mobilize our people to recognizing their rights to their AMBAZONIAN nationality.  The other alternative left for us is the conflict model [option TWO], which still must be FULLY ENGAGED recognizing that it has its own set rules! CAUTION!! we must get our people "hurriedly" mobilized TO ACTUALIZED THEIR RIGHTS TO THEIR NATIONALITY as AMBAZONIANS and not fight Cameroon as 'southern cameroonians". To call ourselves 'SOUTHERN CAMEROONIANS', can hardly be  recognized by observers as an act of "self-determination". It is time to think SMARTER even while we get ANGRIER!

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