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Two pictures. Two Leaders. Two Political Destinies. And Two Respective Realities.

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1- President Muse Biixi In Ceerigaabo - Sanaag region of Somaliland.

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2- Mr Farmaajo in Marka - Shabeeladda Hoose - Somalia

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Mr Oodweyne Salaan Sare Cami..

As they say pictures speak louder than words.  One President is hiding from his people and the other is among his people.  One president feels safe in his surroundings while the other is cowering inside an APC.  One is guarded by Somali security forces and the other is guarded by AMISOM troops.  One is behind a big gun, and the other has no weapons.

Waa kaaf iyo kala dheeri.  Nina dadkiisa ayuu ku kalsoonyahay nina waa laaji ka soo kicitimay Buffallo NY oo calooshiisa u shaqeysta ah kana werweraya inuu dhinto.

Today is a sad day for all the canaasiir that love to hate Somaliland. Runtii laftay ka bukaan lakiin looga jimcin maayo. We are going to march onwards & upwards.

I suspect after this tour the President of the Republic of Somaliland will go back to the drawing board and take steps that will strengthen our national unity.

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Biixi is more like the English hooligans. The bag in the car is full of qat. The Somaliland president is real xayraan. He paid people to show up for streets. In Lasanod, for example they were buying  the people to show up in street. That money could buy him a better car

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Cadnaan,

The difference, a "glaring one" (mind you - although I know that as a "two-bit-looter", your sense of rationality is not going to allow you to get this) is that, President Biixi could go from Law-Yacaddo (where Ciise's clan lives) to Badhan in Eastern Sanaag region (where Maakhir's clan lives) without needing an Armored Personnel Carrier (APC) or African's army to escort him.

And he can go from that end to the other end of his country, whilst still getting a rapturous welcome of the kind he receives in last few days in places like Berbera, Burco, Oodweyne, Caynaba, Las-Anod, Gar-Adag, Ceel-Aweyn, Ceerigaabo.

And on the other hand, Mr Cheeseman can't go to Marka (less than 150 kilometers to Mogadishu) by himself without needing the likes of the African forces to protect him. And for dear life of his still he can't travel bulk of his country in the manner President Biixi could do it in a leisurely manner. That is the "difference". 

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8 hours ago, Dahireeto said:

Both are trekking through unfriendly territory with heavy guards. Irony. 

Not true with President Biixi, But I am sure the likes of Mr Cheeseman is that he can't travel in the middle of the capital of the country he is calling himself its president, namely in Mogadishu. And he can't do it in the manner Mr Biixi can travel and go about in his presidential duties across his country of Somaliland.

For one is a man "engaging" the politics of a "cowardly conduct" to his heart's contend. And the other is a "conduct" befitting of a "brave man" doing his duties for his people. 

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5 hours ago, Duufaan said:

Biixi is more like the English hooligans. The bag in the car is full of qat. The Somaliland president is real xayraan. He paid people to show up for streets. In Lasanod, for example they were buying  the people to show up in street. That money could buy him a better car

I know the moment where the lot of you run our of argument against Somaliland, you immediately resort to this sort of cheap vitriol. After all, you have no case to make as a defense of an alleged leader of his country, literally, "hiding" in APC, which is the case with Mr Cheeseman.

Whilst on the other hand, others can go from end of their country to the other end without needing any sort of help or support from a third party, which is the case with President Biixi.

And when you are confronted with that "glaring reality", and how painful it is for you, the cheap verbal artist that is the lot of you resort to vulgar-line about "khat in a bag" and what-have-you.

In other words, contempt doesn't even cut it what your answers are worthy of it in here.

As for your other "tendentious line" about the fine upstanding folks of Las-Anod being brought to come and welcome the president on the basis of money, that, actually speak more of your view of things and how you think folks are cheap. And it actually says more about you than them, really.

Moreover, if you think that money is only thing that standing in your way to win-over these folks in Las-Anod, then, why don't you get all the "Qatari's slush-fund" in which Villa Somalia has it to its name and try to buy-up the "alleged loyalty" of these folks. And that way win-over Sool to your side. You see how wretched your argument is in here, dear ninny?

No, lad, we don't do that sort of a "cowardly politics" of the kind your lot are very good at to play it. Given you lot lack the balls to do anything worth doing without hiding behind others, like the manner your coward-of-a-leader by the name of Mr Cheeseman is always hiding behind a teeming African's hired mercenaries to protect him. 

And finally, whenever your cowardly and wretchedly sniffling lot, actually "grow-a-pair", then come with money (if you must), or come with gun (if you dare), but all the same, lets see if you could ever "contest" the ownership of this Sool region from the hands of Somaliland. For I suspect you are all talks and no actions, to say the least, yea yellow-bellied-cretin. 

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19 hours ago, Ace of Spadez said:

Mr Oodweyne Salaan Sare Cami..

As they say pictures speak louder than words.  One President is hiding from his people and the other is among his people.  One president feels safe in his surroundings while the other is cowering inside an APC.  One is guarded by Somali security forces and the other is guarded by AMISOM troops.  One is behind a big gun, and the other has no weapons.

Waa kaaf iyo kala dheeri.  Nina dadkiisa ayuu ku kalsoonyahay nina waa laaji ka soo kicitimay Buffallo NY oo calooshiisa u shaqeysta ah kana werweraya inuu dhinto.

Today is a sad day for all the canaasiir that love to hate Somaliland. Runtii laftay ka bukaan lakiin looga jimcin maayo. We are going to march onwards & upwards.

I suspect after this tour the President of the Republic of Somaliland will go back to the drawing board and take steps that will strengthen our national unity.

Ace,

Man, long time no see, my bro. Hope life is good to you, mate. And I see you still kicking as good as some folks around here so singularly deserve. Well, It's nice to see you mate. And as for your "acute observation", it's indeed as you said it.

And what is more deeply telling is the fact that the very man who is calling himself the president of his nation didn't even have had a "judgement" or the "sense" to insist that before he goes in places like Marka that he should allowed to go there with his own Somali army.

Similarly, he should have insisted that, the AMISOM, should at least not escort him there inside the city, given that it could be tolerable for them to "escort" him through the countryside and through the long-road, which in turn are teeming with Al-Shabaab's Jihadsits misfits.

Moreover, it's the case that no one in their right mind will "dignify" a man who is so clearly a "coward" to the extend he will not go to cities (like Marka) that are in the vicinity of Mogadishu without been "chaperoned" around by African's hired-mercenaries.

But as you say, he is essentially "glorified carpetbagger" form "Upstate New-York in Buffalo", who is in it for the money. Not a man who came to "lay-his-skin" (or his life) on the line for his country as Mr Biixi seems to have been doing in the last thirty odd years of his life for Somaliland.

And that is the "glaring difference" (on top of many innate differences) we have in here. Which in turn is another layer of the explanation in-terms of why the "respective political destinies" of Somalia and Somaliland have actually taken this "divergent trajectory route" in the first place.   

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Folks,

Oodweyne posts these sort of things when he needs reassurance. It's a therapeutic tool that helps calm down.  It's catharsis. So, Duufaan, Cadnaan and Dahireeto, let the man be and allow his fellow secessionists to help him relieve his tension.

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He needs more than this type of therapeutic tools with his age. He could probably healed with some time with sheikh Rusheeye.

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4 hours ago, Che -Guevara said:

Folks,

Oodweyne posts these sort of things when he needs reassurance. It's a therapeutic tool that helps calm down.  It's catharsis. So, Duufaan, Cadnaan and Dahireeto, let the man be and allow his fellow secessionists to help him relieve his tension.

Che,

On the contrary, dear ninny. You see I actually posted these things just to rub in and really rub it in good on your "collective faces". After all, for all of the silly talk some of you cowardly sniffling wretched do around here, this is the "ugly reality" of the political kind in which your leader has to deal with it.

Whilst others, particularly the like Mr Biixi have to deal with what you see in that "telling picture" of his. Given that your leader is essentially a "glorified-house-guess", who in life of him can't travel the length and the breadth of his alleged capital city of Mogadishu. Much less said about him travelling in the rest of his country.

And speaking of "therapeutic thingy", as I have mentioned to you the other day you brought this subject up, it's only those who are in need of a "deep counselling" will avail themselves with these things in which you keep on mentioning it in here.

And since by the looks of it you seems to know the need for these sort of things, could it be, that, a "balls-less coward", who daily sees his "kin and kith" being chased from pillar to post and back again by others, which is what we in Somaliland do on a daily basis to your cowardly ilk in Pirate-land, may have found himself being driven to the "coach of the counselling session"?

Is that the idea you are belaboring in here, mate? Which is your way of just trying to get across to the rest of us. Presumably, this is where you have picked-up these notion of getting "therapeutic support" for what may emotionally ails you, which in turn Is the reason you keep on harping on about it in here.

Well, if that is the case, then, you have my sympathy my dear lad. But for what is worth, do not go on to assume that others are of a dire need of emotional support, like you do.

Moreover, a winning man, or at least a man "whose political team" are on a winning streak (which is the case with us in Somaliland) couldn't be expected to be "morose in disposition" sort of a fellow. As much as a cowardly man like you, or as much as a man from a "cowardly community" (like your Pirate-land ilk) could reliably be expected to be cursing his own life's existence.

And do so to curse it to the extend he may need a "deep emotional and counselling help" just to talk him out of any idea of topping himself off from the nearest bridge.

Hence, as I have said to you the other day, do not go on "measuring" others with same broad-brush, or on the basis of the same "stricken condition" in which you are dwelling on it in here, mate.

Particularly, given you see daily the "mortifying spectacle" of seeing "one's clannish compatriots" from Pirate-land running for dear life itself, at least from any military engagement they are foolish enough to engage themselves with it against Somaliland. 

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4 hours ago, Duufaan said:

He needs more than this type of therapeutic tools with his age. He could probably healed with some time with sheikh Rusheeye.

 Well, here is bright idea you need to thinking through, mate. And that is did ever occurred to you that far be it for this "Rusheeye" fellow helping anyone to ward-off the "evil-spirit", that, actually, if his "racket" had any validity in real "observable reality", then, perhaps, he should have read one or two Koranic verses over the heads of the cowardly political pygmies of Pirate-land?

So that way these teeming ninnies will be more of a manly disposition sort of folks, as opposed to that of a "maidenly hussies", who would always talk a great game from the distance, but at close quarter, will make excuses and then scupper on foot from any decent "contest" of scalp-taking sort that in turn could be going at that moment.

This is what you need to ask this Rusheeye fellow. In particularly if he could perform such a "miracle feet" for your ilk. Specifically, of the kind of turning "born cowards" like your lot into a "glory-taking-brave-lads".

And, of course, this in turn is nothing less than the sight that is akin to that old "biblical miracle" of seeing a Mosses's staff (or Rod) turning into a Serpents. Or it will be akin to the other "biblical miracle" of the kind that was the sight of seeing a water turning into a wine.

So give him a call. And see if he could do that sort of "miracle" for your ilk. Given there is no other method (known in this world) in which your ilk could amount to much against Somaliland.

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Oodweyne,

You have a tribal chieftain (Muse, the menace) in tolka territory. I can post the many pics of Abdiwali rooming Puntland freely and make the same silly arguments. In fact, he was in Garacad yesterday and Qardho today, big deal, so what?

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^^^^Che,

The day you post pictures of the likes of Mr Farmaajo going by car to Kismayo from Xamar without him needing an "African military escort" to hold his hand along the way, come back to me.

And the day you post pictures of Mr Kheyre actually travelling the length of a distance from Xamar to Ceel-Buur (his own freaking sub-clan territory) and then travelling from there by car to Cadaado and to the rest of the Galgaduud and lower Mudug's region without him needing any freaking African or Amxaro forces help him along, come back to me.

The day you post pictures of both of these two fellows being welcomed in those areas with full force of people standing on the side of the streets at their behest, and doing it so just to welcome them and their convoys of cars with no African's mercenaries being any where near it, then, dear lad, come back to me that day, as well.

Do we have deal or a bet in here, my dear ninny? 

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And the guy after the cheese guy will be in that armored vehcle nothing has changed the past 10 years in villas Amisom. Somaliland leaders are elected the  leaders of Amisom are handpicked by Qatar than selected based on the bribe money the rich golf States pay. But the koonfurians still believe there is a govt in place in xamar. I say this is delusion.

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