FRANCK BIYA CALLED TO BE CAMEROON PRESIDENT IN 2025

FRANCK BIYA CALLED TO BE CAMEROON PRESIDENT IN 2025

N Melo
by N Melo
June 22, 2022 0

FRANCK BIYA CALLED TO BE CAMEROON PRESIDENT IN 2025

Presidential 2025: an important letter on Franck Biya’s table

Fridolin Nke sent an open letter to Franck Biya

The next presidential elections in Cameroon are to be held in 2025. In the process, Dr Fridolin Nke made an important request to the president’s sonPaul Biya . Indeed, in an open letter, he asked Franck Biya, the eldest son of the Cameroonian president, to stand in the next elections.

Here is an excerpt from his open letter addressed to Franck Emmanuel Biya

To Franck Emmanuel BIYA
Open letter on the subject of “Frankism”
“How do you want to work with people
who have no sense of humanity? » (Paul Biya )
Mr. Son of the President of the Republic,

The social and political weather in our country is so plagued by State robbery and the decay of public morals, that it leaves no respite for the expression of a few gallant respects. The rampant felony at the top of the state and the general apathy in which an entire nation is plunged force me to renounce the customary courtesies and tell you the bottom of my heart, which has the critical temperature of our city. The only possibility I have of extinguishing the blaze of this bloody heater is to empty it of its burning coals, entrusting you, the Counselor ofPaul Biya , in all honesty the feelings of the millions of young people who have not had the privilege of not speaking to him for almost forty years since you have been installed at the Etoudi palace.

You will easily understand me, since you are reputed to be humble and handsome, that is to say a subject as pleasant as it is precious. This means that you are a person likely to be confused with your frailties, which is not necessarily proof of bad luck. But remember that humility that lacks audacity is not necessarily a prized quality in politics and think about this thought of Erasmus: “Beauty covers ugliness; wealth, poverty; infamy, glory; knowledge, ignorance. What seems robust is weak; what appears to be of good race is vile” (Erasme, Éloge de la folie [1511], Paris, Garnier-Flammarion, 1964, p. 36).

These words are not an invitation to renunciation and simplicity of heart. They challenge us on the corrosive nature of all that is pleasant, of all those who pass for affable. They remind us that the human figures that attract the most are also the most likely to hide great vices, such as avarice, covetousness, a softness of mind that borders on idiocy or unrestrained narcissism. And the politico-literary feats of arms of one of your distant uncle, an atypical valet de coeur, show that brilliance is not synonymous with valour. By its awkwardness, this Pic de la Mirandole des Tropiques demonstrates, on a daily basis, that elegance must be taken with suspicion, that any ornament would be insane and that very often the “stylized” can be confused with debility.

In any case, his behavior makes it possible to support, with force, that in the field of politics, humility without the spirit of conquest causes an economically counterproductive dampness to smolder in society; that tranquility does not necessarily imply responsibility; that beauty which lacks energy and firmness maintains idleness, in a word that lazy beauty which dilutes independence of spirit is a curse of nature, for a man, a Bantu moreover, is not not a “blonde”. Everything is played out, everything is decided at the level of education: “It is education that must give souls national strength and direct their opinions and their tastes so much that they are patriots by inclination, by passion, by necessity . A child opening his eyes must see his fatherland and until death must see only her” (Jean-Jacques Rousseau, Government Project for Poland). Unfortunately,

But let’s leave aside this psychology of the tormented which concerns you very little, since you are credited with the anthology formula recently produced by the disinformation laboratories of the Palace: “My father’s friends are not my friends”! I believe you and I hope that you have the strength of your faith, that your heart is on your lips. Besides, how could I doubt it? Is it not accepted that doubt benefits the accused? This, especially since you seem very introverted, that is to say meditative, and therefore aware that there is a kind of attractive appearance which turns out to be humanly sterile, hinders emancipation and freezes the development of a community.

Only the self-centered would ignore it. I can, just by sneaking a glimpse of your deceptively innocent figure on the small screen, in the majestic company of an immaculate young Sultan, that you have been kept away from the ritual of Etoudi’s throats and that you are therefore, in principle, incapable of being part of this accursed brood.
From seeing your slender silhouette, I conclude that you are insensitive to the tyranny of instincts; that you are anything but a glutton; that you are able to distinguish between the art of governing and the art of eating.

However, I prefer a thousand times the gluttony of the eyes than that of the belly. Above all, I know that you know that the beauty of the statesman is his strong character, his lively intelligence of the functioning and needs of his society and the course of the world, and his unfailing probity which irrigates his intrepid will. that you have been kept away from Etoudi’s slaughter ritual and that you are therefore, in principle, incapable of being part of this accursed brood. From seeing your slender silhouette, I conclude that you are insensitive to the tyranny of instincts; that you are anything but a glutton; that you are able to distinguish between the art of governing and the art of eating.

However, I prefer a thousand times the gluttony of the eyes than that of the belly.
Above all, I know that you know that the beauty of the statesman is his strong character, his lively intelligence of the functioning and needs of his society and the course of the world, and his unfailing probity which irrigates his intrepid will. that you have been kept away from Etoudi’s slaughter ritual and that you are therefore, in principle, incapable of being part of this accursed brood. From seeing your slender silhouette, I conclude that you are insensitive to the tyranny of instincts; that you are anything but a glutton; that you are able to distinguish between the art of governing and the art of eating. However, I prefer a thousand times the gluttony of the eyes than that of the belly. Above all, I know that you know that the beauty of the statesman is his strong character, his lively intelligence of the functioning and needs of his society and the course of the world, and his unfailing probity which irrigates his intrepid will.

I conclude that you are insensitive to the tyranny of instincts; that you are anything but a glutton; that you are able to distinguish between the art of governing and the art of eating. However, I prefer a thousand times the gluttony of the eyes than that of the belly. Above all, I know that you know that the beauty of the statesman is his strong character, his lively intelligence of the functioning and needs of his society and the course of the world, and his unfailing probity which irrigates his intrepid will.

I conclude that you are insensitive to the tyranny of instincts; that you are anything but a glutton; that you are able to distinguish between the art of governing and the art of eating. However, I prefer a thousand times the gluttony of the eyes than that of the belly. Above all, I know that you know that the beauty of the statesman is his strong character, his lively intelligence of the functioning and needs of his society and the course of the world, and his unfailing probity which irrigates his intrepid will.

Let’s go back to the lanterns of power that fascinate you so much, despite your fifty-year exposure to the intensity of their bewitching radiation. In this correspondence, I first indicate the object of my writing (I); I also provide the arguments in support of my position (II); I then pause on your personality and ask myself: Frankism or dandyism? (III); above all, I sketch the picture of the implacable future that is taking shape before our eyes (IV); I denounce, in passing, your bogus strategy in terms of political alternation (V); and finally I present my intimate conviction: after forty years of a reign of Bulu inertia, the Ekang must hand over (VI).

I- On the subject of my correspondence

Mr. Franck Biya,

In one of his outings,Paul Biya , your august progenitor, seemed overwhelmed by the nagging suspicions of the French journalist who lent him the intention of preparing a dolphin. He said this: “We have made all these efforts to build a democracy. When the time comes, there will be candidates. I believe that the idea of ​​preparing someone or…it’s a bit like methods close to the monarchy or the oligarchy. Cameroonians are quite mature. They can, when the time comes, choose. […] I believe that in a republic that functions well, the word dolphin resonates badly”. It seemed to revolt him to be suspected of preparing a successor.

It would be unnecessarily pretentious of me to explain to you the mind of your Creator. You are better placed to unravel his proverbs and his aphorisms which made his reputation so pregnant and his magister so sordid. But if I had been in your place, if I had grown and aged, like you, at the palace of Etoudi, I would have done everything to succeed my father. Moreover, as Cameroonians, in principle, you have the full right to be a candidate in the presidential elections, your tribe, your religious or ideological convictions and your family affiliation cannot exclude you from it. I would therefore have cultivated this particular ardor, so characteristic of resolute and unshakable personalities, which pursues the mischievousness, the stooge, the forfeiture and the courtesanery where the losers excel.

Dear “Little Frank”,

Your father failed! To remain in power for half a century, to have the deferential opportunity to govern unchallenged for forty years and to leave the country bloodless and in the midst of civil war, that is to say in the hands of insatiable hunters, head-cutters , executioners of our children, our wives and childish terrorists. It means failing miserably. He would have been forgiven if he had contented himself with keeping the country as it was, as he had received it from the hands of Ahidjo. One would understand that he did not have the personality and the strength necessary to advance such a promising country. It would have been remissible if it had just been useless, less expensive, and if it hadn’t ruined it. However, it has brought the standard of living of Cameroonians to the antipodes of the worst disillusions.

The compatriots are also rightly wondering about you, precisely about your involvement in this economic disaster, about your individual responsibility in the social, political and cultural rout of your father’s regime: as Adviser to the Prince , was it not your duty to remind your illustrious parent, on a daily basis, of this consecrated phrase, intended for Princes since ancient Rome: “Remember that you are only a man”! With this deplorable past, can you sensibly now inspire new hopes? How does a prospective candidate for the supreme magistracy, who was once an adviser to an assumed failure, with his instinct which pushes him to gnaw at everything, and his brake, and his blood, and his nails, and his future, can he succeed in turn? Can a bad adviser be a good decision-maker, a good ruler? Can we have any illusions about your eventual record as President?

Besides, your case is making waves. The African sage, Ptahhotep, however, tells us:

“A matter has never ended in the midst of praise,

And as the crocodile arises, disdain arises” (Maxime, 15).

All those who support you now do so because they want to continue helping themselves with both hands from the state coffers. They equate you with Nietzsche’s donkey who did not speak, except to always approve of the world he created (Nietzsche, “The Awakening”, in Thus Spake Sarathoustra). In their eyes, you represent not only an essential lever to access the exorbitant rents which feed their criminal extravagances, but also the doormat which preserves intact their accursed prebends and secures their hoard.

This is why my thesis is as follows: your premature and undeserved arrival at the head of the country would consecrate, in fact, the supremacy of what your culinary academics designate by the noun “Ékang” over the hundreds of communities that make up our country, and the de facto score of it. In this regard, the famous Citizen Movement of the Frankists for Peace and National Unity, created to support your candidacy for the presidency of the Republic, is the height of imposture: it will amplify the divisions among Cameroonians and the specter of the break-up of the country.

N Melo
NM
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