Immigration Reform, Case in point – Trump was right

This next story from the January DoJ press releases had me stumped so I had to do a bit of research. Back story: Cameroon: Cameroon’s divide has its roots in the end of World War One, when the League of Nations divided the former German colony of Kamerun between the allied French and British victors with the French ultimately assuming control. In the mid-20th century Cameroon was largely a trust territory under France supervised by the United Nations. As a country Cameroon achieved independence on January 1, 1960. Then in October 2017, a boiling cauldron of clashes between French and … Continue reading