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The West Divided Cameroon, Forced a Weak Unity but Now Watches As Despotic Biya Kills Citizens

The Cameroonian Anglophone problem is a conflict of the West's making being exploited by an unhinged despot. The West cannot pretend nothing is happening yet it planted the seeds of this harvest of thorns.

The West Divided Cameroon, Forced a Weak Unity but Now Watches As Despotic Biya Kills Citizens
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