SUB-SAHARAN AFRICA : WESTERN NGOS STORMING FOR POWER

What if from now on, so-called non-governmental organizations and supposedly humanitarian lobbies nurture the ambition to exercise the reality of political power in the countries of the former third World? The question may seem to pop out of nowhere. It is however reinforced by a set of facts whose repetitiveness and convergence can no longer emerge either from the purest of chance, nor from simple coincidence, but from premeditation. Hold !

Is it not at regular intervals that these NGOs under Western entities spread infamous allegations of atrocities allegedly committed by the forces of law and order on peaceful terrorists? Isn't it curious that these humanitarian multinationals who want to be precise about respect for human rights, do not denounce the presence in the countries where they come from, sponsors of terrorism that desolate whole swathes of the planet?

By pushing the question a little further, one wonders whether it would not be necessary to question the meaning and purpose of the inflammatory statements anathematizing government initiatives, calling for the reduction and the promotion of a concerted outcome to the crises that is shaking many of our countries ? Knowing that NGOs no longer feel any repugnance at the idea of resorting to fake-news, what should we think of these many maneuvers of scuttling the process of return to calm, through the elaboration of grotesque denials of reality? Is it possible to know what design is looming behind the demand for the creation of supposedly independent commissions of inquiry, and of which these equally so-called NGOs with government capital arrogate to themselves the right to determine the composition?

In a barely veiled threatening tone, some of these mafia counters risked issuing injunctions to the public authorities of our States. In addition, as if for good measure, these same transnational commercial representations and their local auxiliaries, no longer hesitate to rise to the level of international bodies, to demand the end of all project funding in countries that need it a lot.

Navy Captain Cyrille Serge ATONFACK GUEMO Head of Communication Division / MINDEF

Let us remember that in Cameroon, the NGOs, these mercenary offices acting under the false flag of human rights, will have seriously attacked the future of our youth, by activating in turns for the non-recognition abroad of diplomas issued by our academic institutions, by decreeing blank school years, calling for a boycott of the school, failing to reserve the right to judge the advisability of the start of the school year and to set the dates themselves.

In these attempts to appropriate popular legitimacy, the bias for abominable unnatural marginal practices is not the least of the battlegrounds. By inciting the erosion of the moral base inherited from our ancestors, it is a question of better subjecting ourselves to nations in full spiritual infirmity, due to the denial of their secularity.

While the abscess of fixation that constitutes the terrorist scourge is on the way to resorption, thereby widening the path leading to the extinction of the hotbeds of crisis on the African continent, our dear NGOs are becoming more and more hysterical, to believing that they depend for their survival on the crime economy generated by insecurity in certain points of our soil. Obviously, the brotherhood of non-governmental organizations seems to have resolutely joined in the movement of the destabilization of state, societal and social structures, in countries in search of self-assertion on the world stage.

But if in the past, we have been the naive victims of a mental alienation brought about by a cultural soft-power with colonialist aims, it is up to us to beware of the current political soft-power with humanitarian pretensions. None of these variations of hegemonic interventionism will leave us with a choice but that of submission. A neo-vassalage that the proud and valiant People of Africa cannot accept! A new subjection that the noble People of Cameroon cannot tolerate!

Navy Captain Cyrille Serge ATONFACK GUEMO Head of Communication Division / MINDEF