Cameroon - Honor and Loyalty : Stop legitimizing criminal eccentricities

"Those who can make you believe in nonsense can make you commit atrocities." Enacted in its time, in the 18th century, this François-Marie Arouet, alias Voltaire's maxim is today, alas, a calamitous reality. Indeed, as much as authenticity conferred credibility and respectability a few decades ago, so much absurdity today increases the rate of media noise, killing crowds to death.

Because for some little balanced minds, what could be more absurd than believing in a paradise whose doors would only open at the cost of the blood of one's fellows who are killed, who are slaughtered, and fellows that we crucify and torture with all our hands, in the name of a God whom all religions present as benevolent and merciful? What could be more absurd than believing that one will spend one's time exploring the intimacy of dozens of young virgins, in the kingdom of God of abstinence and purity?

The question also deserves to be asked to these other obscurantist movements proclaiming themselves to be separatists, also more inclined towards destruction and carnage, than to the formulation of a resemblance of a coherent scheme of the new society they promise. If indeed, such an ambition only existed. So what is more ridiculous than the enslavement of these very populations for whose liberation we claim to be working? Unless, of course, the restoration of slavery is the societal project in gestation!

What is more serious is that these so-called lawless liberators are in reality flattering subjects, in the pay of mercantilist foreign hegemonies embodied by a familiar face acting on command. In any case, in some business-like galaxies where methods and slogans of disaster are invented, only the form matters, the reflection on the substance being a dangerous prank punishable by excommunication, even by death sentence, since in opposition to the infallibility of the dogmas of a subversive imposture elevated to the rank of dominant religion.

Whether in the comfortable living rooms of places of power, or in the commotion of the mainstream media, massive campaigns to legitimize criminal marginalities with fundamentalist or revolutionary pretensions are maintained by groups of influence, endorsed in this by non-governmental organizations with public capital.

A categorization is thus established between moderate terrorists and their associates considered extremists, without the opinion of the victims of the chopper of the bloody humanities, which are perpetrated by each other being asked. The most fervent supporters of this hypocritical form of Manichaeism, on the other hand, are the last to consider offering food and shelter to their dear terrorists whose moderation translates into charitable bloodbaths.

By the way, isn’t it ridiculous that on social media, the propaganda of small radical groups are overwhelming and strangely very easy to access, while messages advocating non-violence and consultation are the subject of profound censorship? Isn’t it illogical to witness the criminalization of our states, the guilt of the victims of terrorist atrocities, the discrediting of peace initiatives, the legalization of the worst amoralities, and the generalization of minority opinions? And the table is not exhaustive!

In the kingdom of the ridiculous, deformation and capsizal of realities aimed at nurturing doubt and anger in minds to disorient, to make them permeable to subversive slogans, which will be distilled according to evolution. A situation created from scratch. It is up to us to know how to harden ourselves against the sweet promises of emancipation masking the worst oppressions and these very obscure revolutionary ideologies with the charm of extreme unction./-