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  1. As a card carrying member of the pirate-clique of SOL... I endorse this message The “Defeated Lot” and “Looters Inc” of Somalia are indeed fortunate to receive such sage political advise and stratagems from the chief of our resident hapless, helpless and hopeless h@bros of SOL. Saaxiib, Oodweyne, when will you northerners lace up your old soccer boots and get on the political pitch to show these silly defeated Lot and Looters Inc. politicians how to really play the game, instead of forever being on the sidelines booing with your thumbs up in your rear-ends?
  2. lol That’s the funniest thing I’ve read on SOL in a long time. I didn’t think Oodka was capable of being so astute and far-seeing vis-à-vis the Unuka crowd. Needless to say, Oodka, that that’s a slippery slope that could lead you to start singing the praises of your much talked about faqash here on SOL, if you ain’t too careful.
  3. Lol. Xaaji, I agree, it may not happen in a million years. However, keep a telephone handy just incase it does. We wouldn’t want to loose you so prematurely, would we?
  4. Lol @ Oodka, Saaxiib, I gotta give it to you: You sure can work a delusion like a street corner.
  5. ^ lol I see Galbeedi has some competition now that even our dear Tigray friend, OO, has started to sing the “ I heard from the grapevine” song. Speaking of that classic song with respect to Farmaajo and Biixi’s closed door meeting in Abiy’s office. I wonder who sung the lyrics of song more heartily? Farmaajo or Biixi? Lol ################################ I Heard It Through the Grapevine Song by Marvin Gaye Ooh, I bet you're wonderin' how I knew 'Bout your plans to make me blue With some other guy you knew before Between the two of us guys you know I love you more It took me by surprise I must say When I found out yesterday Don'tcha know that I Heard it through the grapevine Not much longer would you be mine Oh I heard it through the grapevine Oh I'm just about to lose my mind Honey, honey yeah (Heard it through the grapevine) (Not much longer would you be my baby, ooh, ooh, ooh) I know a man ain't supposed to cry But these tears I can't hold inside Losin' you would end my life you see 'Cause you mean that much to me You could have told me yourself That you love someone else Instead I Heard it through the grapevine Not much longer would you be mine Oh I heard it…
  6. I am amazed by the sheer stupidity, naivety and outright buffoonery of Puntland detractors on SOL. Puntland is Somalia and Somalia is Puntland. Now how hard can that be, eh! Puntland shall never stoop to the level of nor join the ranks of the hapless and inconsequential. Somalilanders of the north who for the last 30 years or so been bleating about like deranged mooncalves about secession and have nothing to show for it. You daft S.O.Bs need to know is that Puntland has set Somalia on an irreversible course and by God you dimwits will be dragged along kicking and screaming until a united, strong and federal republic is fully realized. Don’t let the petty sideshow of Somali politics fool you into believing anything else. Forewarned is forearmed, right?
  7. Thank you for admitting that the debt forgiveness issue is indeed a non issue as we’ve been saying, for if you had any absolute and easy rebuttal to share on the matter we would have seen it by now. As to the Hiiraan Online issue...I thought you’d see it for what it is: Bad news sells. You can complain all you like about how amateurish they are, how unpatriotic or deceptive they are, but in the end that shit gets them views. If you genuinely wish to counter what in your opinion you consider to be their incessant negative articles about Somalia and Somalis, then by all means promote a better narrative in such a way as to compete for their readership who would, in your view, clearly benefit from having an alternative version of facts shared with them. That’s my advise to you.
  8. Rubbish. Galbeedi, first of all, you need to embrace the concept of the free media. Turkey be damned—Hiiraan and others can write whatever they please and feel their readership will consume. Secondly, forgive us if we object to the unapologetic manipulations of the Farmaajo administration, especially when it is cloaked in such an innocuous slice of inspirational hokum as “debt forgiveness for Somalia” and is served up with such utmost sincerity and crocodiles tears by the likes of you, here on SOL. I have said before and I will say it again: Debt relief is just a big scam. Unless, and until, you can show us verifiable proof of how much debt supposedly “Somalia owes” and got written off; who withdrew said loans on behalf of Somalia; and for what purpose and benefit it was spent on average Somalis—then you, sir, have fallen victim to the balderdash being peddled by the silly politicians of N&N administration and their enabling coconspirators in the so-called international community. Mind you, I don’t begrudge them their use of cheap propaganda out there. If it works for them, well and good. I’m only against you, Galbeedi, trying to insult our intelligence here on SOL with such nonsense. That’s just an invitation for me to put a boot up your a%% Saaxiib, booc booc aniga la iguma soo dhuuman karo ee sheekadaan raqiiska ah meesha kala dhex bax....
  9. Is it because of hunger that these folks are reduced to eating these insects or is this one of those foodie trends to hit Somalia? ( I haven’t watched the video clip)
  10. Galbeedi, sxb give me some of what you’ve been smoking. lol
  11. Yes. Why clean the slate for unaccountable government to rack up more debt?!
  12. Dude, it’s got nothing to do with whether or not I is a tax payer. This is daylight theft. The Farmaajo administration, like the previous ones, seeks debt relief only because they want to borrow more funds in the name of Somalia, which hardly ever benefits the average Somali. The so-called international community obliges then because they know for every dollar Farmaajo borrows on behalf of Somalia, they get to divert most it for themselves. This is a never ending cycle with no accountability, and more unfortunately, of no benefit to the average Somali.
  13. Instead of cheering on Somaliland with pointless support, you ought to encourage them to build up a deterrent force that can counter any Liyuu overreach into their jurisdiction. The Liyuu are able to cross into the border town with perfect impunity because there is nothing, both moral and legal, preventing them from doing so.
  14. Debt relief, shmelt relief! Sheer utter nonsense, I say. This is nothing more than gimmick to defraud US tax payer money.
  15. What a silly statement! What does the existence and integrity of Somalia have to do with the lack of an effective government? Get with times, Xaaji Maalaayacni, the two are mutually exclusive.
  16. One Somalia, one nation. Get with the times, Xaaji Maalaayacni.
  17. Xaaji Maalaayacni, beenta waxaa ku nool keeni aaminsan Somalia iney kala go’ayso. There maybe two different worlds in your warped imagination but it is a fact that Somalia is one, Somalia is federal and moving forward. Get with the times, old man!
  18. Same difference... one and the same thing. One Somalia, one nation, one people, one federal republic. Get with the times, Xaaji Maalaayacni!
  19. The Somali Republic is now the Somali Federal Republic. Get with the times, Xaaji Maalaayacni!
  20. lol Unfortunately for you, those of us with half a brain are few and far between.
  21. Like the typical politician Abiy is, he wants to take credit for the Sidama people’s brave demands for autonomy and self-determination.
  22. Suldaanka, c’mon man, surely you could have come up with more biting stuff. Still lol @ “undignified”