Author: Dibombari Mbock
ISBN: 9781291755855
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Formules de manifestation de la lumiere et des mutations de la lumiere. Je suis le feu secret de la lumiere, le principe divin qui se transforme lui-meme. Je suis toute Connaissance. Je suis la lumiere. Je me suis transforme en membre du principe divin qui se cree lui-meme. Je suis le feu secret de la lumiere dont la forme demeure cachee (Textes des Sarcophages, chapitre 75)


Author: Emmanuel Konde
Publisher: Xlibris Corporation
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Cameroun was “conceived” in 1947 at the Unicafra Congress in Douala, attended by all the aspiring political actors, from which sprung Racam (Rassemblement Camerounais) that declared itself the Cameroun government in embryo. Shocked by that effrontery, the French colonial state immediately banned Racam. From the ruins of Racam emerged Union des Populations du Cameroun (UPC) in 1948 that stood opposed to French policies in Cameroun. It opposed France in Cameroon for ten years until the French assassinated its leader—Ruben Um Nyobe—in September 1958. In January 1959 France decolonized and granted Cameroun independence at a time when the people were still reeling from the trauma of Um Nyobe’s death. Cameroon: Traumas of the Body Politic examines the traumatic events that have shaped the contours and influenced the trajectory of Cameroon’s political history from the 1940s to the 1990s: the momentous power shifts of 1958 and 1959 in the two Cameroons; rupture of coastal and hinterland cooperation in Southern Cameroons; the political revolution called “anlu” that changed the course of politics in Southern Cameroons; the disappointment of reunification and the genesis of the Anglophone Problem; Ahidjo’s quarter-century reign of terror; the succession schism, attempted coup d’état, political liberalization, and the “New Deal Society” experiment; the quest for multipartyism and “Operation Ghost Town”, etc. These events are explored anew through critical analysis, synthesis, and re-interpretation with uncommon explanatory power.