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Consolidated Charter of the Scyl

Consolidated Charter of the Scyl

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Published by Julius Che
The Charter of the Southern Cameroons Youth League [SCYL]
The Charter of the Southern Cameroons Youth League [SCYL]

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Published by: Julius Che on Mar 16, 2010
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We, the members of the Southern Cameroons Youth League SCYL re-affirm our determination in the name of the people of the SouthernCameroons to be bound in our spirit and action by this charter in ourdrive to free our land from occupation and annexation as prescribedby customary international law within the scope of self-determination bound by the principles of democracy, human rightsand the rule of law.
Consolidated Charter of the SCYL
The SCYL National Secretariat
National Executive Committee of the SCYL
|Adopted on the 28
February 2010 in Brussels, The Kingdom of Belgium3
 Charter of the Southern Cameroons Youth League -SCYLThe Liberation Charter
The Southern Cameroons was ruled by the British after the Two World Wars as a protectorateUnder the League of Nations and later as a Trusteeship under the United Nations. The presentdelimitation is construed to reflect the constitution of the nation recognized under international law as a people with a distinct identity. The Southern Cameroons possessed aglorious history that goes beyond colonial configuration and it is one guided by fundamentalRights, Freedom and Democracy prior to its occupation forcefully by the subjugation policyof expansionist La Republiqué Du Cameroun on the 1
of October 1961
From that periodtaking cognizance of La RepubliquéDu Cameroun’s independence on January 1
, 1960; thesun set did begin on the glorious independence of Southern Cameroons
We the peoples of The Southern Cameroons have since then been completely marginalized bythe policies of Annexation and Occupation, and the deliberate demographic shift pursued bythe occupying regime threatens our identity as a people and set the stage for an internal strife between the rightful owners of the land and the new immigrants. Socio-politico andeconomically we are exploited, oppressed and suppressed and may soon be facing an identitycrisis due to the menacing chauvinism, imperialism of the so-called annexationist attitude of La Republiqué Du Cameroun. There is a threat to our language, customs and culture,initiating a cultural genocide through the process of “Franconizing” our language and culturewith the intention to minimize us and swallow us wholly. Violation of basic FundamentalRights occurs with regular frequency through statecontrol secret agencies- Cameroun’ssecurity force and the likes of a moron France tele-guided CPDM
Government. Toeffectively codify the Occupation and Annexation of the Southern Cameroons, all the power in the political and economic distinctiveness were craft- fully snatched away from Buea andSouthern Cameroonians became slaves in an occupied territory called La Republiqué DuCameroun after 20
May 1972
At this juncture the members of the Southern Cameroons Youth League are stronglydetermined and bounded by a solemn promised with self blood to liberate the SouthernCameroons
with or without arm struggle
for a distinct and independent identity of empowered to pursue its destiny according to its values,and to free the Southern Cameroonsfrom socio politico and economic exploitation, oppression, suppression and neo-colonization.
Southern Cameroons dreamed independence.
Cameroon Peoples Democratic Movement.
Referandum On Unitary Constitution.

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