Cameroon shows the way. Will the US punish them for it? Links 1 on Aug. 3 – 2015

1. Swedish-Danish soccer match with Muslim players: strangulations, punches, police…

“On Saturday youth Players from the football club Fremad Amager was involved in a brawl, and the police were called. … The fight was so violent that the police have registered five instances of violence. Including ‘throat grip’ and punches, as both players and to the people rushing to the fight were involved.

(Well we know that isn’t cricket. Cause when muslims play cricket they hit each other with bats)

2. Finns would rather live near a rehab centre than a mosque, poll claims

(This could make a great Simon and Garfunkel song. ‘I’d rather live near druggies than a tard Yes I would, if I only could I surely would’)

Attitude survey finds that a Muslim prayer room is second only to a drug users’ needle exchange in terms of unpopular neighbourhood services, while support centres for alcoholics or mental health patients would be more warmly received.

(Finns may be quiet in their understanding of islam, but not stupid)

3. Obama is consistent in his actions if not his words.

4. Cameroon shuts down mosques

(At last! One nation in the world does the most obvious thing you have to do when under attack. Close the enemy bases on your soil. Let Cameroon show the way on this one)

Cameroon has shut down all mosques and Islamic centres in response to a wave of suicide attacks in the country’s north.

Cameroonian authorities have ordered all mosques and Islamic centers be shut in northern parts of the west African country, after an increase in suicide attacks.

“They should have better solutions to their problems. Why is that governor chasing the wrong horse?” asked 70-year-old Aladji Haman from the Maroua central mosque was quoted by Los Angeles Times, citing an AP report.

Announcing the decision on Sunday, the northern Cameroon temporarily closed its mosques and Islamic schools.

More here as well

Child beggars have also been ordered off the streets due to the latest trend of children being used as suicide bombers

Mosques and Islamic schools have been ordered by authorities to stop religious activities following suicide bombing attacks in northern Cameroon that have left at least 60 people dead.

Child beggars have also been ordered off the streets due to the latest trend of children being used as suicide bombers, including a 13-yr-old girl who was responsible for the bomb attack on Saturday evening, Associated Press (AP) reports.

(If anyone wants to test the validity of the model of where exactly Barack Obama sits in terms of islam and any competing ideology and doctrine, they may want to research state dept. policy on how fast any aid to Cameroon gets cut off or any other policy that negatively impacts Cameroon since this decision was made. I think that could be very revealing. Anything from cutting funds, to rigging elections to have a muslim rule should be expected)

5. Nigerian and Cameroonian leaders meet to discuss the fight against islamic supremacists.

6. Cameroon also bans the full face cloth

7. Cameroon deports 2,500 ‘illegal’ Nigerians in fight against Boko Haram





Cameroon has expelled more than 2,000 Nigerians who were living in the country illegally as part of new security measures intended to prevent suicide attacks by Boko Haram jihadists, sources said on Friday.

Regional newspaper L’Oeil du Sahel reported that about 2,500 Nigerians had been “rounded up” in Kousseri, in the far-north of Cameroon, and sent back to their country on Thursday.

Thank you M., Richard, WTD., Maria J., and all who sent in materials today.

Seriously though, tracking changes in US foreign policy that follow close on these new measures by Cameroon to defend itself from islamic manifest destiny would be a powerful indicator of where Barack Obama’s true beliefs and foreign policy ambitions lie. Lets try and track those.


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3 Replies to “Cameroon shows the way. Will the US punish them for it? Links 1 on Aug. 3 – 2015”

  1. CAMEROON – Nigeria: NEMA, Red Cross Fume As Cameroon Humiliates, Deports 2,600 Nigerians

    The National Emergency Management Agency and Red Cross officials have dragged Cameroon authorities to the United Nation High Commission on Refuges over the country’s alleged dehumanization and unlawful repatriation of 2,600 Nigerians.

    An official of NEMA, Sa’ad Bello, said this while fielding questions from journalists, and added that the manner Internally Displaced Persons from Nigeria were threatened and deported by Cameroonian authority was unacceptable.

    “It’s so disturbing that what Cameroon authority did to Nigerians refuges was totally against norms and violation of the International Refuges Rights .

    “We only received a call from the men of Nigerian Immigration who were patrolling along Nigeria- Cameroon border.

    “They called our attention that there were trucks fully loaded with Nigerians who after investigation are refuges, internally displaced by Boko Haram and repatriated by Cameroon gendarmes,” Mr. Bello said.


    French Ambassador Denies 9 French Nationals Are Under Detention in Cameroon

    […] In the report, the newspaper stated that nine French men caught fighting alongside Boko Haram are still detained in Yaounde.

    Reperes, famous for its critical and investigative reporting, had also stated categorically that the liberation of these terrorists to French hands was part of “all discussions” between French President Hollande and President Biya on July 3, during Hollande’s stop in Cameroon.

    However, in the rejoinder, Robichon said the allegations are false and that no French citizen has been arrested for having links with Boko Haram.

    But Reperes is not the first to have reported Boko Haram is benefiting from expertise from France. Chadian Communication minister, Hassan Sylla Bakari, had earlier disclosed during a visit to Cameroon that Boko Haram is using French made weapons.

    Robichon, however, had equally denied the allegations which the minister made to Cameroonian media.

    As reports of French potential involvement in support of Boko Haram grew in Cameroon, Robichon was humiliated at the 20th May boulevard in Yaounde on February 28 when youths booed and jeered at her, accusing the French of funding and supporting the Nigeria-based terror group.

  2. CAMEROON – Boko Haram Chief Recruiter Arrested

    Bana Fanaye also known as Mahamat Moustapha, said to be the mastermind of Boko Haram operations in Chad and northern Cameroon, has been arrested by authorities in Chad. Assorted weapons, as well as cell phone SIM cards for various countries, including Nigeria, Cameroon, Chad and Niger were recovered from his residence.

    Bana Fanaye is said to be the brain behind most Boko Harma operations including arms purchases in Chad and northern Cameroon. He was arrested on Friday afternoon.

    Media reports quoted Chadian officials as saying that Fanaye is in charge of recruiting Boko Haram terrorists, arms purchases and planning of terrorism targets and operations in Chad and northern Cameroon.

    Weapons of different kinds and assorted communication gadgets were found in his house, including more than 50 SIM cards from different countries in the sub region, reported.

    It was his arrest that helped security forces locate other Boko Haram members housed in an area called Diguel Diguessou in the 8th district, the report said. Many of them were killed.

    In a related development, Reuters news agency is reporting that Cameroon officials have arrested three suspects carrying a bag containing improvised explosive devices in the northern town of Maroua where a spate of suspected Boko Haram suicide attacks killed at least 40 last week.

    The men were caught on Thursday evening at the entrance of the city following a tip-off, a senior military source with the Central African nation’s special forces in Maroua, told Reuters.

    “The suspect who was carrying the bag with the explosives is a Nigerian. The other two are Cameroonians, according to their identity cards,” another senior local government administrator said by telephone from Maroua.

    He said the young men, aged about 20, were suspected Boko Haram militants who were planning another attack.

    Cameroon has increased troops and tighten security in the northern regional capital following the suicide bombings, the deepest incursion by suspected Boko Haram militants from neighboring Nigeria.

    Cameroon security officials also carried out a raid on Thursday in Kousseri, some 220 km (140 miles) north of Maroua, where some 2,000 Nigerians who were living in Cameroon without permits were loaded in trucks and taken across the border.

    A local administrator said the raid was part of measures aimed at improving security and controlling movements along the border region.

    The leaders of both countries pledged on Thursday, following a summit in Yaounde, to work together to crush the six-year insurgency which has killed thousands, spread to neighboring countries and threatens the stability of the Lake Chad region.

    Boko Haram, which calls itself the Islamic State’s West Africa Province (ISWAP) since pledging allegiance to the militant group that controls large areas of Syria and Iraq, is fighting to establish an emirate in northeast Nigeria.

  3. I keep saying actions speak louder then words, and to look for the pattern in the actions, Obama is consistent in his attacks on Western Civilization and in his attacks on Islamic allies of the west, he is out to destroy them even if this means going against Iran.

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