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  1. @Che -Guevara said: Blue, it's almost guaranteed a Somali will have other ethnicity. I was surprised when I found out mine. Did it confirm your so-called arabic ancestry?
  2. Majority of these people are the so called the "looma oyaan" and Mr. Culusow does not give give rat's arse about them. In fact, in order to secure his seat in 2016. He is busy now squandering millions of dollars into a barren land whose people have abandoned for better pasture in Mogadishu long ago.
  3. Pesky Greeks, what were they thinking about when they joined the EU in the first place? I mean it is no brainer, their economy heavily relies on tourism and thus the cheaper their currency the better they will do. I bet the Turks are chuckling to themselves by now, as a horde of german tourists flock into their country.
  4. ^ Talk about being negative, did you really have to say that knowing that this king went there to further the Somali cause in general and not just for particular group of Somalis?
  5. Soomaalidu kala gobsan! Degaanada qaar baan loo martiyin. Somali returnees from Yemen were landing in various parts in somalia, so far Bosaaso being the city that hosted the majority. Those who landed in Bosaaso were mostly repatriated to their region of choice and most of the expenses associated with the hosting and the repatriation process were paid by the private sector and the general public. Various private entities like Golis telecom and some other prominent business owners and NGO such as the IOM paid the lion share of the expenses. However, the Puntland government being short in funds, mostly helped the facilitation of some of the programs such as the allocation of land close to the port for use of temporary shelters and the encouragement of the public to help their brethren. Elsewhere in Somalia, the federal government rented ships to send to Yemen and encouraged Somalis to participate the repatriation process. The cabinet of minsters offered pay cuts of per thousand dollars from their monthly salaries. Some elder and Sheiks voiced their concern over radios to encourage some well known companies like Jubba airways and etc to play a role of helping the exodus from Yemen. Every Somali knows that most of these administration in Somalia dont have the necessary funds to help these people but their willingness of encouraging the public and the private sector and NGOs to help is the most important role they can play at this time. So far some administration have failed to do so..
  6. Dr Kenny is right and the president did screw up by not prioritizing security first and dealing with other trivial matters later. From the get go, he should have a plan of weening off the nation from the reliance of the AU forces for protection. By now at least the somalis should be capable of protecting Mogadishu and all the important government instituitions within. It is a sad business of an affair; of all these years the president was in power, the presidential palace, which is the vary place you would think the somalis should be in charge of by now for it's security is still under the custody of the AU forces. To tackle the security issues first, the president was to select a capable PM and this is were he got it wrong from day one in office. And I do think this misjudgement by him was also as result of the overly influence of the people that were around him as well. The president basically dished out all the important qualities he would expect from a potential PM and focused only on loyalty and that led him to find Mr Shirdoon as his PM. MR Shirdoon lived up to the loyal subject he should be and topped it up with incompetency. It was too late and considerable time and resources were lost by the time el presidente realized loyalty alone wasn't moving the wagon. And now for him to lock horns with his second PM that is doing his job properly is just pure stupidity.
  7. It is about time these vile warlords are getting their arses handed to them and It would be good if their confiscated arms are getting destroyed because you never know if they are going to end up in the wrong hands again. Some of our men and women in uniform are in desperate situations since the government does not pay them accordingly and I would not be surprised if some of their loot trickles back into the arms black market again.
  8. Jacaylbaro;977794 wrote: Markay ahayd "Villa Waar-Ba'aa" maxaad uga hadli wayday ? . Clearly there was no thought process involved of what you typed and that is because by now you would have known the Villa is not in Puntland. Without the support and the safeguard of the locals it is impossible for anyone to reside in the villa specially the chaotic situation Somalia is in now. Same goes for other cities that hosted the TNG like Jowhar and Baydhoba. Waxaagu waa iska niyad dhisasho sxb.
  9. ^ War ninkow 4.5 is only applied when appointing prime minster, ministers, ambassadors and parliamentarians but there are other hundreds or so government employees which can be hired or appointed without the use of the 4.5 system. These employees could be the personal staff of the president such as the cooks, the drivers, the security personnel and they could also be his advisers. So far most of the staffers of the Villa are predominantly coming from a single family and not even the wider HAG which is pathetic specially when you want to be seen as a the leader of a diverse nation. The men you named only see what majority of somalis see and at this point it is irrelevant whether their criticism is based on self interest or not because the president is still wrong for encircling himself only with his close kin.
  10. ^ Cidii baqdaa waa la shaacin marka lagu shaaciyana kaba daran marka aad waraysiga u fadhido waayo ugu yaraan eedeymaha qaar baad iska difaaci kartaa marka lagu wareysanayo.
  11. Al-Shabab can be defeated but is the government willing to funnel it's resources and energies in the proper venues of winning the war? For now it does not seem so. Culusow spent considerable amount of cash and time by meddling with the jubba affairs and in turn ruined the fragile relations with some of our neighbours. At the end Culusow made peace with Jubba Admin and requested slight modification of the name of the region which makes you think was it really worth? Definitely not! Now Alshabaab is springing back from it's tight situation of being on the run and is in the process of reshaping it self to a formidable terror group. Miracles aside, we dont have the proper leadership in place for somalia to be terror free at the moment and the current government is busy picking bones with peaceful federal entities basically over nothing.
  12. shouldnt this sort of work befitting for a prime minster or even a minster? these people are joke
  13. Those Million iraqis where killed by fellow iraqis and arabs in suicide bombings and sectarian clashes - overwhelming majority of them, not americans. your paranoia is typical. The sectarian violence was as result of a power vacuum created by the americans and of course they are responsible of all the lives lost. Saddam was a terrible dictator but removing him in that manner was not the best of all options and the UN sanctions alone were enough to cripple his regime over time. Who knows if he was left alone by now his people might have toppled him just like they have done in tunisia with a minimum casualty.
  14. ^War Xaad ceebtiisa hadii halkan lagu tiriyo boga Somaliaonline waaba buuxsami ee aniga waxaan ka hadlay sida uu dhaliisha isaga duway oo keli ah.