Join us for a briefing on the conditions that have created Cameroon’s Internet refugees and other state-sponsored human rights abuses.
These children’s participation in ongoing atrocities represents an utter failure on the part of states and the international community to provide a minimum amount of stability and economic prosperity in precarious regions of the world.
The movie The Big Banana banned in Cameroon, describes the poor working conditions in banana plantations in the Plantation du Haut Penja (PHP) and exposes the impact of Corporatocracy Government of the people by Corporation and for Corporation) on Tropical Democracy.
The Big Banana details the injustice that is inflicted when profit of multinational companies is put before the interest of the people.
Odd but true, the Republic of Cameroon has been heralded by the international community as one of the most stable nations in the highly charged and politically destabilized Central African region.
It’s painfully clear, as the blood spills on both sides of the Chad border, that the consortium of international oil companies and their allies at the World Bank won’t let anything stop a drop of oil from flowing to global markets.
The World Bank backed down in a dispute that illustrates what’s wrong with lending to poor nations for oil and gas production.