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Marc Donbon

This article is facetious, self-serving and ridiculous. It is ridiculous to me that the parents of the so called "slaves" will believe the reported dead of their children in the USA. In this age of instant world-wide communications such reported demise of children abroad is easily verifiable.


Having extended family live with more prosperous ones is an old Cameroonian tradition. Many Cameroonians got a start in life through such mentorship. It may be frowned upon as an aberrration in American Society. I am sure that there were instances of abuse of relatives but this does not take away from the fact that for poorer relatives, working as housemaids in thier kins' houses in he USA was as good as any other way to climb up the social, economic and education ladder. I find it simply unbelievable that transplanted Cameroonians such as Louis Etongwe will commit self serving acts to promote himself for what was a helping act of well to do relatives for less well to do relatives

mumawo

I classify them as one of the meanest acts possible, and the worst demostration of remorseless malignity for someone to bring a child from cameroon to be a lesser member of his her household. What could be more selfseving than considring oneself superior over another human being. Marc Donbon's contribution is a disgrace. How could we be so poor in basic ethics. Such defficiency in simple morality is disgusting. Mentorship? please. Try lesson in suffering and degradation. Louis Etongwe is a good man. let him keep up with the good work.Fools try to blame a brother because he is not as complacent as they are. Isn't it amazing how some people get drawn into this bushfulling illusion? Of a strange sudden they now deserve house help. Some people just don't get equity do they? Ignorance is such a bad thing.

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Human

South Asia Continent People Analysis
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Gorah European 1M
Kalah African 1M
Chaptha East Asian 20M
Bhoorha South Asian 1300M
Arabie West Asian 20M
Adiwashi Jungle 50M
Manushay Earth 108M
Total South Asia 1500M

North America Continent People Analysis
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Gorah European 350M
Kalah African 60M
Chaptha East Asian 20M
Bhoorha South Asian 5M
Arabie West Asian 5M
Adiwashi Jungle 50M
Manushay Earth 35M
Total North America 525M


Manushay or human, are usually people that are mixed, hybrid, interracial or the sort, where we cannot specifically identify their physological identity.

5M mean 5 Million people, 1M means 1 Million people and so on.

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