Bolloré, Governor General of the French colony that Cameroon is
Vincent Bolloré is, according to our informations, the tenth richest person in France. Where does this colossal fortune come from? the answer is simple: exploitation and the slavery of Black Africa and its workers. Bolloré succeeded with his political advisers from its subsidiary Havas, to infiltrate and take in pincers a large part of the governments of Black African countries and to gain all the important markets in those countries. This Bolloré group, by itself, manages the port of Lomé in Togo, that of Conakry in Guinea, that of Douala in Cameroon, that of Abidjan in Ivory Coast ... and so on.
The Bolloré group has appropriated, among other things, the exploitation of palm oil with its subsidiaries Socapalm and Socfin, in Cameroon. We will limit ourselves here to speak only of these two subsidiaries. The palm oil sold on the Cameroonian market is of very poor quality, contains toxic products and, consequently, is unfit for human consumption. This is explained by the fact that these companies produce palm oil for foreign industries. Yet 75% of Cameroonian households use this same palm oil for their daily meals. Is there food control in Cameroon? Not really. Would Bolloré allow himself to do this in France? Never!
Not content with literally and massively poisoning Cameroonians in their own country with an oil produced on their lands, Bolloré created and maintains a system of drudgery and slavery with regard to Cameroonians working in these companies: poor working conditions and hygiene, total deprivation of the most elementary humans freedoms, wages that no one can live on, deliberate destruction, pollution and poisoning of the environment.
The Cameroonian populations must take their responsibilities: these plantations being on Cameroonian territory belong to the Cameroonians. Any contract of sale or rental is null and void, Cameroonian lands being neither salable nor rentable to foreigners.
Isn't it an insult to our ancestries to sell palm oil plantations to foreigners? Isn't it an aberration to have palm oil produced in Cameroon by foreign companies? If Cameroonians do not know how to produce palm oil, which their ancestors always did, what do they then know to do?