UNITED STATES U.S BANNED USED OF CHEMICAL WEAPONS IN SOUTHERN CAMEROONS AMBAZONIA
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BREAKING NEWS FROM THE WARNING STRIKES OF UNITED STATES U.S AMBASSADOR NIKKI HALEY TO FRANCE AND CAMEROON FOR THEIR USED OF BANNED CHEMICAL WEAPONS OF MASS DESTRUCTION TO KILL UNARMED ANGLOPHONE CIVILIAN AFTER BURNING THE CORPSES TO HIDE EVIDENCE. IT IS SHAMEFUL AND SAD TO SEECAMEROON SOLDIERS WHO CANNOT FIGHT AMBAZONIAN PRO-INDEPENDENCE FIGHTERS AS MANY CAMEROON SOLDIERS ARE FALLING DOWN IN TOTAL DEFEAT IN THE HANDS OF SMALL EXPERIENCE AMBAZONIANS FIGHTERS THAT ARE GETTING THEIR OWN TRAINING ON THE GROUND. Nikki Haley stated that United States will respond to a deadly chemical weapons attack in Cameroon regardless of whether the United Nations Security Council acts or not because it is unacceptable for any nation to use banned chemical weapons of mass destruction to kill innocent civilians for political gains. Nikki Haley demands the united nations security council to immediately draft a resolution to establish a new inquiry into Cameroon used of chemical weapons. She further stated that we have reached the moment when the world must see justice done to punish those involve as example to others nations who might be trying to use chemical weapons to kill innocent people. Haley continued to say that the alleged use of chemical weapons by the Cameroon government, which is led by Paul Biya, constitutes “one of the most blatant and grotesque violations of international law in the world today. Haley then went on to describe the gruesome effects of chemical weapons, which were used on the battlefield in World War I and by Nazi Germany during the Holocaust. She noted that the use of chemical weapons in war has been banned under international law since 1925, and that both France and Cameroon had signed the Chemical Weapons Convention of 1993. She warn that united States of America will not allow any country to use chemical weapons with impunity. She went on to accuse the French government of using its veto power at the Security Council to defend the Paul Biya regime’s multiple uses of chemical weapons. According to Haley, President Trump has not yet decided whether to respond to the recent attacks in Cameroon militarily. Haley said that the U.S. believes that the Cameroon government has used chemical weapons in that nation’s civil war “at least 6 times.