mardi 27 septembre 2011

A Cameroonian helped Hermann Goering to commit suicide.


On April 13, 2003, a Cameroonian politician of 75 years died of prostate cancer at the Polyclinic of Bonanjo in Douala. Everyone mourns the death of a man of integrity, an exemplary family father.           
Throughout his career as a politician, this man is known in Cameroon as the Ngeka Martin Luma.
         In fact, he had another life in another world "Nazi Germany". An extraordinary destiny that he had entrusted the care of Professor N. Nfor Susungi, former director of the African Development Bank, before shutting down.

Stranger Heinrich Schneider aka "Martin Ngeka Luma."

         Nako Ndumbe, son of Tonga and Enanga Ngombe, he was born September 10, 1927 at Bwinga-Tiko at the foot of Mount Cameroon, an active volcano named "Manga my Loba" in Bakwiri means "Mountain of God" in the colony of German Kamerun (now Cameroon).
         Before his birth, his mother,  Enanga Mongo  was married with Mathias Funk, a German, a native of Bremen, an employee of the Company production of palm oil "Lever Brothers", founded in 1885 by the British William Hesketh Lever (1851-1925) who became, in 1930, "Unilevel" after merging with the Dutch "Margarine Unie."
         The couple produces seven children die one after the other of various diseases.
         When Mathias Funk is mutated in Ubangi-Shari (now Central African Republic), then under German rule, her parents settled in Douala that their daughter will not follow him. Arrived in Ubangi, Mathias Funk fell from his horse, breaking ribs and dies. Mongo Enanga married Nako Ndumbe Tonga, who died three months after the birth of his son Luma.

The first miracle: Luma rescued from the water.

         Enanga Ngombe decides to introduce his son to his parents Luma living in Douala. During the boat trip to Douala, the baby falls from the arms of a nurse and is miraculously retained by the roots of a tree from a giant bed of the sea shore Her mother trying to save him, swallows so much of water she died a few days after his rescue attempt.
         Through the intervention of Joana Epit Ngeka, a Cameroonian who studied in Germany, the baby is adopted by an old German Jewish couple without children, Mr. and Mrs. Manfred Schneider, owner of a plantation in Cameroon.
         In December 1927, the couple back to Bremen (the hometown of Mathias Funk!) In Germany and gave him the name of Heinrich.

Early Childhood in Nazi Germany of Heinrich Schneider.

         After being subjected to all the sights in Bremen, the Schneider family moved to Wuppertal in western Germany, where is the young Cameroonian school. He is the only Black in his school. Her classmates teased assail him.

         Above a certain Waldemar Schmidt Helmut Heinrich later became Chancellor of the Republic of West Germany from 1974 to 1982, who asked him one day to show his "tail." Have they spoke again at their upcoming meeting as a minister of Cameroon and the other as chancellor?

         On June 20, 1936, James Cleveland Owens said Jesse Owens (1913-1980) broke the world record of 100 meters at the Berlin Olympics in front of Adolf Hitler, inflicting a stinging denial to Nazi theories about the alleged superiority of the Aryan race. He refused to shake his hand. The comrades of Heinrich quick to shake his hand the next day saying he is "your father".

Saved from the crematorium by a Swiss chaplain!

         Soon after, he lost his adoptive father, Manfred Heinrich. Her adoptive mother Mrs. Heinrich decided to move and settle with her only relative, Heinrich, in Berlin in the house inherited from his father. Alas, the hunt for Jews in Berlin is in full swing, but the young Heinrich Schneider, who just turned twelve years, unaware that his adoptive mother is Jewish race. She decided to leave his home in a hurry.
         On the road, they were arrested by the Gestapo, the German political police, which requires papers to Ms. Schneider. Then the Gestapo ordered him to put aside and wait. The young Black does not understand what happens to them. They embarked on a bus and herded into a concentration camp with other Jews of various origins.
         About to be taken to the crematorium by a German guard, a chaplain Swiss occurs:
- "Do not you see he is not Jewish? "
He told to the German guard.
- "How can you say he is not Jewish?
"Retorted the German soldier.
- "Look at his nose! "
Resumes the Swiss.
         Then the German soldier plunged his bayonet in the right tendon of the young Black and snatches a horrible pain. The blood flows freely almost severed the tendon of the boy.
-"Can you tell the difference between his blood and that of a Jew?
" the Dutch said sarcastically to the swiss chaplain.

         Ms. Schneider looks on horrified. She bursts into tears! It keeps the last image that Heinrich's adoptive mother. He did not ever see again! It is assumed that she was taken in another concentration camp where she died. Heinrich Schneider was transported to the clinic in the camp to receive first aid. During the rest of his life, he walks with a limp of the right foot.

Serving the Reichsmarschall of Großdeutschen Reiches, Hermann Wilhelm Goering.

         After this incident, he found a place where he will be neat. Thus he finds himself in "Carinhall" in Berlin, the magnificent property of Reichsmarschall, Hermann W. Goering, supreme head of the aviation and the war economy, amid the forest of the Schorfheide between Großdöllner See Wuckersee and in the north of the current state of Brandenburg.

         Man, affable ways to plump, jovial, the field marshal takes a liking to. He assigns a small house behind the residence where he spends most of his time when he goes out only for meals or to work in the kitchen.

         He maintains an excellent relationship with Ms. Henny Emma Johanna Goering-Sonnemann (1893-1973) who has a daughter Edda Harda, born June 2, 1938 (who fled to South Africa after the Second World War). Heinrich even learns to drive.

         One day, German Chancellor Adolf Hitler, sponsor of the couple, during a visit to Carinhall Goering was asked why the import of a black man from abroad as "pets" while trying to build a society of pure race in Germany.
         Ms. Goering laughs and responds to the Führer that if he wants to conquer the world, he must make friends everywhere, including in Africa.

A heavy secret between Hermann Goering and Heinrich Schneider.

         Hermann Goering ever closer to the young African decides to share an amazing secret. He gave him a box of pills and trust secret instructions about them. Each time he left, he passed before the room Heinrich, leaned on the window as if to inspect the interior.
         The boy took out a tablet from the box and slipped it into her hair, as close to the scalp, then carefully covered it with another lock of hair. The tablet should remain invisible.
         During his stay at Carinhall, Goering has visited him several times and at each visit, a tablet was slipped into the hair of Reichsmarschall before his release. But he had never known the nature of the pills or what they were.
         In fact they were cyanide capsules, which, placed on the tongue instantly killed. If captured, Nazi officials were ordered to commit suicide, never having to disclose information.
         It is these pills hidden in a pot of ointment that will enable Hermann Goering to escape the hanging and suicide October 15, 1946 after being sentenced to death for war crimes and genocide by the Nuremberg tribunal.

Austrian Heinrich Theodor Bleich  helped him to go back to homeland.

         Theodor Bleich is an elite pilot Austrian very close to Goering, secret double agent working for both Germany and the Allies. He officially assumes the duties of translator. He travels around the world: Paris, New York, London, etc ...
         It is forging links with the strange German Cameroon. One of his business associates named Gonzalez, an employee at the shipping company British "Elders & Fyfes" borrows money from his company to invest in a banana plantation in Cameroon German.
         But he died soon after, leaving a huge debt to his young widow. The latter asks Theodor Bleich manage the plantation to pay off the loan from the Elders & Fyfes.
         Thus, in 1930, Theodor Bleich often travel to Cameroon on board his plane. He participated in the construction of the Tiko Airport in the province of south-west.
         It was during his travels  that he met the uncle of Heinrich Schneider, Bwinga, who learns that his nephew, who was brought in Germany baby should have at least twelve years. Bleich teaches that uncle that he knew a young black man in Germany.
         Back in Germany, it was not difficult for a secret agent to find out how Heinrich Schneider, who lived with Goering had been brought in Germany. He took the opportunity to establish friendly relations with the young African that he eventually persuaded to return with him in Cameroon.
         Before the end of World War II, he returns to Bwinga and gave him to Mrs. Joana Ngeka Epit who takes care with love.
         He takes his name African Ngeka Mola Martin Luma, and high school in Kumba, and his studies to PhD with the help of a Gestapo agent with whom he had friendly relations long after the War world.
         He later became regional minister of education in the government of Ahmadou Ahidjo (1924-1989). At the reintroduction of multiparty politics in Cameroon in 1991, he joined the Social Democratic Party (SDF) which he held for many years the position of second vice president.
         In 1995, he founded and chaired until his death, the Southern Cameroon National Council (SCNC), which campaigns for the independence of Anglophone Cameroon.
         On 1 October 2001, he was arrested and imprisoned in Bamenga, two years before his death on April 12, 2003. His organisation was banned in 2008.



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