First Mall in Cameroon

A friend just sent me this link, and upon seeing the title, I really hoped it would be something positive – because I wish Africans all the best in their own countries. Well… it wasn’t exactly what I was hoping for, but it is good for a laugh:

Let’s be fair; we shouldn’t hold it against people that they’ve never encountered escalators before. This doesn’t mean we can’t get a good laugh out of it – and there’s no doubt in my mind that many of the “victims” in the video will laugh at themselves, when they view it years later.

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5 Responses to First Mall in Cameroon

  1. 370H55V says:

    But what’s more uplifting is knowing that there’s enough of a middle class there to support the mall. All the best to Cameroonians. Enjoy the shopping (but don’t overindulge in the food court).

    • jewamongyou says:

      I was thinking the same thing. It would make me very happy to see black Africa succeed and become a prosperous, productive, and safe part of the civilized world.

  2. Lon Spector says:

    I knew an African many years ago that was new to this country. He gained
    employment. He was told to make a call from a telephone booth. He had no
    experience with such things. He stared in horror at the telephone and booth.
    Soon to be America’s fate. Luckily, we disposed of those racist devices.

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