Friday, August 30, 2013

HOW THE BODY PARTS WE SHOWER FIRST CORELATE TO OUR PERSONALITIES


Those who wash their hair first are the artistic type. Daydreaming is your hobby but you can achieve what most other people cannot. Dedication is lacking but you will work tirelessly towards goals which are to your liking. Money is not important to you. Friends are but only intellectuals and fellow artistic types. You make the best lover as you are most willing to explore and please your partner. Talent is your main strength. Your best partner in life will be those who chose chest.

Those who wash their chest first are the practical type. You are straightforward and do not beat around the bush. To you, convenience is of paramount importance. You hate to be distracted when concentrating and are impatient with people who do not see things your way. You're a good lover and willing to try new things. Your best partner in life will be those who chose hair.

Those who wash their armpits first are dependable and hard working. Generally a very popular person as you are very down to earth and willing to help others. You tend to get yourself into trouble as you cannot tell whether people are genuine towards you. You make a very poor lover as you are the working type with average talent. Your best partner in life will be those who chose shoulders.

To those who wash their face first money is important and you will do anything to get it. Integrity and dignity is not important. You feel that friends are there to be used and life is one big hassle. Other people find it hard to understand you but you are not concerned as to what they think. You are a very self-centered person. You're an average lover as you tend to be absorbed in self pleasure at the expense of your partner. Your best partner in life will be those who chose other.

Those who wash their shoulders first are born losers. You fail in everything that you do. People dislike you and you tend to spend your time alone. Your type have been known to be heavy gamblers and drinkers. You see the world as a living hell. Money and power is also important to you but your luck will always fail you. You make a lousy lover. You will find it difficult to find a partner in life. Those who chose armpits are your only chance.

Those who wash "other parts" first are very average. Undoubtedly, you have your inner strengths but people find it hard to see. You must learn to be a little bit more adventurous and sell your potential. Deep down, you are a very likeable person with very few faults. However, the key will be to make your strengths stand out and not just hide your weaknesses. You are an average lover. You have great fantasies about different techniques but unfortunately are not brave enough to try them out. Your best partner in life will be those who chose face.






                                 

Sunday, August 11, 2013

THE RETARDING INFLUENCE OF CAMEROON’S POLITICAL LUNATICS IN THE STRUGGLE TO GET RID OF THE SIX-DECADE OLD FRENCH-IMPOSED SYSTEM.



Every area (village, town, district, department, region or province etc) in our country has its fair share of political lunatics; and they are a minority of the population. When most of the political lunatics support the evil system in power, it makes the job easy for exponents of change, whether at the national level or at the regional or municipal levels.

However, in those areas where this minority of political lunatics claims to be on the side of the exponents of change and not with the government, they actually become retarding elements in the cause for the “NEW CAMEROON” either because of their one-sidedness, unreliability or because of their confusion. This minority are the pseudo-opposition parties. Faced with the case of the pseudo-opposition, exponents of change should know that they have a deep problem in their hands.  Unfortunately, these pseudo-opposition parties who claim to be on the side of change distract the true exponents of change (union-nationalists and revolutionaries) from focusing on the evil-French-imposed system. They, especially, mortify and demoralize the ranks of the struggling Cameroonian masses whose acceptance of the whimsical ways of the pseudo-opposition parties gets translated into political lethargy, a psycho-social state that the best of the true advocates of change would have a hard time whisking them out of.

Ultimately, these political lunatics who all along have been serving the interest of  the system, end up associating themselves with the system either through actions or political alliances that resuscitate the dying system or  by openly embracing the ruling party of the system that they had been supporting all along, thereby becoming “PARTIES OF THE SYSTEM” in the process.

It has been observed with clarity that the major political parties in Cameroon that were identified as opposition political parties in 1990 and 1991 have  today been transformed into Parties of the System by their leaders who were all members of the system’s ruling party in the period before 1990, the CNU/CPDM which was the sole party in the country at the time. In taking the people---those who reject the system and advocate for a New Cameroon---for a ride in this huge deception, Cameroon’s political lunatics make themselves enemies of the people and members of the conspiracy that is keeping Cameroon in political, economic and social bondage.


Janvier  Tchouteu-Chando                                                              August 11, 2013





                                 

THE ETHNIC HOMELANDS IN PRESENT DAY CAMEROON THAT WERE DIVIDED BY THE PARTITION OF GERMAN KAMERUN



The indigenous ethnic groups that straddle the borders of the provinces or regions of English-speaking Cameroon and the neighbouring provinces or regions of French-speaking Cameroon:

·         Bafaw-Balong
·         Balong-Bafaw
·         Bakaka
·         Bakossi
·         Bali
·         Bamileke
·         Bamoun
·         Bankon
·         Banso
·         Duala-Mungo
·        Mambila
·         Mbo(h)
·         Mungo-Duala
·         Ngemba (in the broader sense)
·         Tikar (broader sense)

All the best,

Janvier Tchouteu-Chando