A commonly accepted meaning presents fundamentalism as being the set of radical ties, which defend a rigorous conception of religion or politics, at the risk of confrontation with the surrounding society. Fundamentalism thus refers to a kind of comparison between an original State and its evolutions. This can provide substance for a constructive and mutually enriching discussion, at least for well-meaning people. If not outspoken, fundamentalism very quickly becomes polemological, when it feeds on stubbornness, fabrications and false allegations.
Subsequently for some, raising administrative techniques learned during the foreign occupation, into cultural elements appreciating a legitimacy equal to that of the foundations of sociological ecology inherited from our ancestors. The same goes for the disguise of other parts of the history of our country, which consists in making, believe that this history would not begin until January 1960 for some, October 1961 for others or after the conference of Foumban from April-May 1972 for another movement.
So many oppressive intellectual manipulations, so many intoxicating speeches that stimulate cleavage, exclusion and violence. These all the more clumsy speeches end up transforming peaceful young people nourishing dreams of a bright future in the city of Cameroon, into desperate furious people animated by aninstinctive hatred of their own country, as they take themselves for the descendants of overhead heroes of yesteryear, intrepid defenders of kingdoms that never existed.