Before the Gods destroy you, they first of all make you mad. Cameroon diaspora has gone mad. Everyone of them, is now schizophrenic. There is some form of madness amongst Anglophone diaspora in particular. It's an epidemic of epic proportion, unrivaled in history. This discourse is not about lack of patriotism, it's about madness. I mean, 'to be crazy'. It's only psycho-social unstable individuals who will believe anything their imagination conceives.
A few Weeks ago, hundreds of Cameroonian economic immigrants in Germany converged at the gates of a Mental Hospital in Germany, to demonstrate against their President imagined to be hospitalized therein. President Paul Bathelemy Biya was in Cameroon, in his retreat home at Mvomeka in Southern Cameroon. Even after facts revealed he was truly in Mvomeka, Cameroon diaspora still held firm that the president was in Germany.
In fact, a Cameroonian female studying for a PhD in the UK argued that the President has an airport in Mvomeka and may have smuggled in late at night with a hired Boeing 787 to land in Mvomeka, an African village. Hey...whey...hey madness. Haba haba haba craze people. Cameroon diaspora has gone mad. Collective madness. A Boeing 787 landing in a village? If an intellectual of such sort could have such a mindset, then what about the sans papier, and hustlers who sneaked out of Cameroon through the desert into purple pastures overseas? No doubt!
For those who do not know Cameroon, it's a country in the armpit of Africa ordained with free education and heavily subsidized healthcare. More than 90% of children attend public schools and obtain healthcare in government-run hospitals. Adult human beings from that country, before leaving for voluntary economic exile, have on average obtained a Baccalaureate or Bachelor's degree from a public college and university almost for free. Without these social policies, most of them would have been either still-birth or stark illiterates! When they arrive in foreign lands they forget about this largess which does not exist even in the capitalist west. Signs of mental health sets in, with boisterous ungratefulness as the paramount symptom.