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  1. Lets hope that this investment is actually realised as a lot of people often intend to invest in the somali populated areas but we often find that their investment doesnt actually quite materialise. I genuinely hope this guy in particular puts in some serious invest into Somaliland at this particular moment in time when it is so badly needed with the growing food and fuel prices and the natural disasters in the area.
  2. This man cannot be called a legend. he is a despicable vile human being who has massacred his own people to serve his greediness and hunger for power. for me he should not only be removed from the leadership of the country but he should be executed on the spot for the many war crimes this aboherent creature has commited on his people and country.
  3. Im not too sure what significance the capture of one vehicle has in the long term but it is evident that more and more signs are surfacing which indicate that the Puntland militia is on its last legs which is good news for the people of East Somaliland.
  4. Originally posted by peacenow: You forget he is a Jew. But i guess to the rabid way Somalis worship Islam, it don't matter does it. A Jew doing more for Somalia than the arabs we worship. Your not a muslim if you worship arabs sxb, your a muslim if you worship Allah subxanawatacalah
  5. Its a shame and humiliation for the supporters of Yey , i feel sorry for them --but on the other hand its friggin hilarious, loooooooooooooool
  6. ^^^^^^ Precisely, i thinnk Puntland has intentions that even its own 'citizens' and supporters dont seem to know about
  7. ^^^^^^^^ The constitution constantly referes to 'Puntland Nationals' inferring that they are citizens of nation called Puntland. So i would suggest that you get your facts right sxb
  8. ^^^^^^ That may be but Puntland is referring to it self as a nation in this Constitution so maybe it has plans you dont know about.
  9. Originally posted by Caamir: A.J. to preserve nature as it is is what people spend millions of $$ for that purpose alone. After so many years of stateless-ness, how was it preserved for such a long time begs for a miraculous answer. If they can find such an answer SL should learn to model it to its development, not military aggression, you know you can't win. The area has breathtaking beauty, nice climate and outstanding opportunities for agricuture and mineral extraction. if it was given a chance and some investment this area would prosper far beyond its current means. there is no need for any military agression as the area is peaceful and Somaliland and its people will look to keep it that way. Thats what i was referring to when i said the area will be secured. Any foreign agressors looking to exploit to region will be rebutted by the locals. Somaliland should look to further invest in this area so that the locals and the country as whole benefits from the regions development.
  10. Somaliland will secure this area and look after it properly. It will be developed just like the rest of Somaliland, and with its beauty and charm im sure it will be become a success story in Somaliland.
  11. It looks kinda of fake to me, the ball seems to be superimposed on to the movements so i think it is not genuine but i could be wrong.
  12. ^^^^^^^^ Lander, I was not saying that our independence is dependent on the unification of any other somali region or regions' status, but those who cry about there being a need for a Greater Somalia need to realise that the other regions which would make up such an entity are under foreign occupation and therefore any mention of a greater Somalia should be dropped until those entities are brought under Somali control. If that ever happened i think a Somaliland government would willing to discuss all issues relating to overal somali governance in the somali peninsula. That however seems a distant dream...
  13. ^^^^ Believe me eventually they will have no choice but to accept it.
  14. ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^ I think its self-explanatory i suggest you read it again, after all its only one sentence