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    Big Man Tyrone
    Ô Cameroun berceau de nos ancêtres,

    Va debout et jaloux de ta liberté.
    (O Cameroon, Thou Cradle of our Fathers, Holy Shrine where in our midst they now repose.)

     
    Cameroonball singing its anthem

    James David Cameroonball is a countryball which is located in Central Africa. They are known to be as "Minimized Africa" because it has mountains & tropical forests in the south, and Sahel deserts in the North. Their surname is Diaz. 

    Cameroon is a major producer of hydrocarbons. They are also one of the only two African countryballs that doesn't recognize Palestineball along with Eritreaball.

    In the French language Cameroon is a masculine noun. However, like all the others countryballs, the character does not have a specific gender (because many other languages, such as English for example, do not usually give gender to countries).

    History

    Cameroonball was originally born as an 8ball. Many of the Sudanic tribes up north had interactions with the Kanem-Bornu Empireball. The Kanem-Bornu Empireball was also responsible for spreading Islam to these tribes since 1349. Then, Bantuball and Fulaball cane in from Nigeriaball. While Bantuball continued its expansion, it founded cities and was promoting the use of iron. This expansion caused many of the Sudanicballs to be pushed out of the region.

    These tribes would too convert to Islam. Many of these newly converted tribes were disenfranchised with pagans and would later launch religious wars against the pagans.

    By the 18th and 19th centuries, They also did this for expanding their territory to have more cattles. Usman da Fodio, a Fula leader called for these jihad crusades and his miltary general raised armies. Fron the 1850s they became the dominant power, enslaving many natives that didn't join Islam. They sold these slaves to North Africans for valuable stuff, and to Europeans for the Atlantic slave trade.

    German Empireball founded and adopted Kamerunball in 1884. The name Kamerunball originated from Kingdom of Portugalball sailing to the Cameroonian Coast in 1472. Exploring the Wouri river, Portugal named them "Rio dos Camarões" upon finding shrimp swimming in the river. "Rio dos Camarões" is in Portuguese meaning "river of Shrimps".

    German Empireball expanded towards the land of Adamawa, where the Fulani people lived. Signing the Treaty of Fez with Franceball, Kamerunball gain territories from French Equatorial Africaball known know as Neukamerunball. During WWI, Franceball sent colonial troops in Kamerunball's clay to capture it and retrive it to Franceball. With the help of UKball in Nigeriaball, this was quickly done. Most of Cameroonball passed to Franceball and the western parts of the colony went to  UKball. There this was planned out by League of Nationsball. UKball never cared about British Cameroonball, so it just let it's child Nigeria take custody of it as a win for participating in the invasion. The Neukamerunball clay was retrived back to French Equatorial Africaball.

    Franceball always forced Cameroonball to speak and act French, but Cameroonball did not like this, and made attempts to revolt from Franceball. In WW2, UKball held Germanballs in its possession of Cameroon under hostage.

    After the war a political party known as the "Union of the Peoples of Cameroon" was organized by trade unionists to repersent unity between the people of Cameroon. It's laws had it register as a legal party. The party later became associated with the anti-colonial "African Democratic Rally". However due to it's Marxists beliefs, it was repressed by the French government.

    Now, Cameroonball is an independent African countryball since the new year of 1960, with the southern British Cameroonsball joining them its the next year in exchange for the now independent Nigeriaball getting some clay from it. This was known as the unification of era.

    They have had the same leader since 1982. In 2017, this guy rebelled from it in an ongoing conflict due to the countryballs' linguistic differences and anglophone balls being treated differently from the rest of Cameroonball's clay, and it is a majority francophone countryball. Cameroonball had also been arresting leaders of opposition groups.

    Flag Colors

    Color Name RGB CMYK HEX
    Tropical Rain Forest 0, 122, 94 C100-M0-Y23-K52 #007A5E
    Lava Crimson 206, 17, 38 C0-M92-Y82-K19 #CE1126
    Jonquil 252, 209, 22 C0-M17-Y91-K1 #FCD116

    Relations

    Friends

    • Canadaball - Same languages, same unions (Commonwealth & La Francophonie), and same problem with separatists, and yeah.
    • Central African Republicball - Bantu sibling. It is suffering a civil war between Kebabs and Christians and I worry about it!
    • Chadball - My best friend forever!!! He helped me in removing terrorist scum.
    • Germanyball - Dad. I love it more than my mom, Franceball! We need to get in contact though.
    • Russiaball - Gib monies!! But 6-1 NEVER FORGET.
    • Chinaball - Another good friend, gib me a lot of aid.
    •  USAball - Relations get a bit downhill sometimes, but we are all fine as it helps with HIV and AIDS. We both also like Israel and Canada but stop supporting Kosovoball.
    • Israelcube - What yuo did in 1973 Arab-Israeli war was unacceptable, but we are recovering relations now. It gibs military and economic support, and education. Also, I am one of the few African countries that don't recognize Palestineball and I was the only nation to join Israel in voting against the UN resolution "Assistance to Palestine Refugees". But why do you support Kosovo?
    • Serbiaball - Same as Israel but with Palestineball.
    •  Ivory Coastball - We have similar tastes and are both football lovers.
    • Republic of the Congoball - Neighbor. We don't communicate much though.
    • Spainball - Buyd my hydrocarbons. That's just it.
    • Brazilball - Thank you for let me defeat you in the 2022 World Cup. Too bad I couldn't qualify for the round of 16 :(

    Neutral

    • Nigeriaball - Our relation are of improvings because of music and fighting evil kebab but I'm still mad at them for past border disputes.
    • Franceball - Mom, They helpings me bulid a bridge but WHY DID YOU FORCE ME TO SPEAK FRENCH IN COLONIAL TIMES???
    • UKball - Adoptive dad who always ignored me in childhood.

    Enemies

    • Southern Cameroonsball - Pas d'internet et de l'indépendance pour vous!
    • Senegalball - FLAG STEALER!
    • Equatorial Guineaball - Yuo crazy! It abuses Cameroonians working in its clay, killed a fisherman of mine, and took 2 immigrants. I'm la clôture my borders honhonhonhon!
    • Boko Haramball - THE WORST TERRORIST SCUM ON EARTH !! YOU ARE NOT TRUE KEBAB, LOOK WHAT YUO DID TO ME AND MY NEIGHBOURS, EVIL PSYCHOPATH! ME, NIGERIA AND CHAD WILL REMOVE YOU!!!
    • Gabonball (football only) - SAMUEL ETO'O IS BETTER THAN AUBAMEYANG!!! STOP SAYING AUBAMEYANG IS SUPERIOR!!! AUBAMEYANG, IS, NOT, SUPERIOR!!!!
    • South Africaball - SONG STEALER!! WAKA WAKA IS MY SONG!!
    • Palestineball - I don't recongize yuo, YUO FAKE COUNTRY!!! At Least he is a friend of Russiaball and hates Kosovoball.
    • Western Saharaball - ANOTHER FAKE COUNTRY THAT BELONGS TO MOROCCO!!

    How to draw

    Cameroonball is simple to draw:

    1. Divide the basic circle shape into three vertical stripes.
    2. Color them of this green, this red and this yellow
    3. Draw in the red stripe, a yellow star
    4. Draw the eyes and you've finished.

    Gallery

    Polandball Wiki has a gallery of artwork, comics, GIFs, and videos of Cameroonball.

    Click here to see it.


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