Maahlox Le Vibeur shows support to Cameroon’s arm force after a video of them killing families of suspected Boko Haram militants storm the net.
Written by Jeremiah Ngwa on 11 July 2018
Many people condemned a recent video of Cameroon’s arm force killing women and children at close range with bullets. According to these men in uniform, they were family members of suspected Boko Haram militants. The only person so far who doesn’t see any thing wrong with it is Cameroon’s top artist Maahlox Le Vibeur.
The artist who is currently in the United State of America posted his view point concerning the issue on his facebook account yesterday Tuesday July 10th attached with an extract of the American Movie “No Limit” of Samuel L Jackson. Maahlox started by saying;
Before judging the soldiers sitting in front of your beers and your beautiful 1 million iPhone I advise you to go watch this movie “NO LIMIT” Samuel L Jackson
In the movie, Samuel L Jackson kills the wife of a Terrorist after he refuse to say where they emplanted bombs.
Even though he condemned any form of violence, he said; “…sometimes it takes a monster to stop a monster”
Below is what he posted translated to English.
Before judging the soldiers while sitting in front of your beers and your beautiful 1 million iPhone I advise you to go watch this movie “NO LIMIT” Samuel L Jackson
Maybe you will understand that in the war against terrorism soldiers are sometimes forced to do the unthinkable to watch over your sleep and your dreams !!!
When you sleep, when your children go to school and get healthy, when you go out drinking wine with prostitutes without a bomb exploding in the bar and killing everyone, it’s not just because you prayed to God at the church on Sunday, know that it’s also because someone has agreed to get their hands dirty somewhere in the bush by shedding the blood of the enemies of this country so that you can sleep peacefully with your women and your children
I am against any form of violence but I also know that sometimes it takes a monster to stop a monster. “
So what do you think? Sense or no sense?