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Oodweyne, you told us a secret about Caare coming onboard "soon". How is the peace process going? What would settlement look like? What are the grievances of Caarre and the people of Sanaag?

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13 hours ago, Oodweyne said:

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

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2- Mr Farmaajo in Marka - Shabeeladda Dhexe - Somalia

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Ouch that is politically cruel.

Pro Farmaajo SOLers come back with the picture where Farmaajo is the center of attention by the super powers of the Horn and East Africa and middle east south Isyays of Eritrea and Abiy of Ethiopia in Amxaru Kilil.

That should shut Sir. Oodweyne on his tracks. lol

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1 minute ago, Mooge said:

Oodweyne, here is Farmaajo in Garoowe.  he is actually walking unlike Biixi.

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Mooge,

Garowe does not count in this exchange. lol

 

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38 minutes ago, Old_Observer said:

Ouch that is politically cruel.

Pro Farmaajo SOLers come back with the picture where Farmaajo is the center of attention by the super powers of the Horn and East Africa and middle east south Isyays of Eritrea and Abiy of Ethiopia in Amxaru Kilil.

That should shut Sir. Oodweyne on his tracks. lol

Old_Observer,

But you do know that the "real legitimacy" is not one confer you by by meeting international delegations. It's one in which your own folks can bestow on you or withdraw from you, if you are not worthy of them to welcome you.

After all, the leader of Afghanistan meets every leader the world over. And yet, if he steps out of Kabul, the even the "village's goat-herders" will murder him, if he is seen without his "western's protectors".

And it's similar with the likes of Mr Farmaajo in his "bunker" protected by African's mercenaries, as you can see from that picture that I have posted.

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54 minutes ago, Holac said:

Oodweyne, you told us a secret about Caare coming onboard "soon". How is the peace process going? What would settlement look like? What are the grievances of Caarre and the people of Sanaag?

Holac,

It's all hush-hush business, at this point in time. But soon I expect a momentous news to end this farcical mutiny (once and for all). So keep an eye on this one. For we are going to get-our act together. Settle our differences like the men we know we are, or at least as the men we know we are capable of being, if only we put our minds to it.

And then afterwards, we shall take the fight to ninnies to our eastern side of the border till they scream uncle. So if I were you, mate, I will tell the "tolka" to prepare to tun and run away any minute they hear the "glad-tiding news" along the lines of "Duriyadda" have finally resolved their difference. Given that next stop will be a spot of "scalp-taking" from the Pirate-land's ninnies.

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31 minutes ago, Mooge said:

Oodweyne, here is Farmaajo in Garoowe.  he is actually walking unlike Biixi.

Mooge,

The issue is not about walking in a streets of a city you already arrived. But rather whether you are in a position to travel from your capital to any point within your nominal country without having others to "escort" you there.

And should be the measure of "internal legitimacy" long before you are allowed to call yourself a leader of his or her nation.

And on that basis, Mr Farmaajo, failed and failed miserably, since he can't travel in one piece that small town of Marka (which is only less than 150 kilometers from the capital). Much less said about him travelling by "convoy of cars" from Mogadishu to Garoowe, which he can't do it now, and is unlikely to do any time soon.

And that is a difference (of a glaring kind) that he has with President Biixi, who can in turn travel from the Djibouti's border with Somaliland in the west of the country, to all the way to the eastern's extremity of his country. Whilst all along, for good measure, he will be warmly welcomed by his people. And he won't be needing some wretched African's APC or even some African mercenaries to escort him along the way

Do you now understand the argument? Or shall go another round of basically explaining to you what the inherent gist of this argument is all about. And this time around, preferably, do it with children's picture book, so that you will "cotton-on", finally, the merit of the argument, which seems to be not the case with you at the moment.   

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Kaaraha ma Oodweyna leh,  maxaa d  block shidaya ?  Ninna waa nin u eeg inu xaajoonayo ninna waaka dadkiisa kalsooni ku dhexmaraya.  

 

Maybe Eritrea will boost farmajo's confidence the same way ethiopia helped inayey's ego.

 

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3 hours ago, Ducale said:

Maybe Eritrea will boost farmajo's confidence the same way ethiopia helped inayey's ego.

I think that his plan. In particularly if western's world agrees with him to pay-up his intended Eritrean army, which could be added into the mix of the African's peace-keepers for Somalia. 

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4 hours ago, Che -Guevara said:

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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Is Las Anod also the territory of Muse's tol? :D 

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1 hour ago, Amigos said:

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Is Las Anod also the territory of Muse's tol? :D 

He came under heavy guard and the city was locked down the night before.

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Its not so hard to find the video, feast your eyes: 

 

"You have a tribal chieftain (Muse, the menace) in tolka territory"

:D 

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^^^^Amigos,

I don't think he got the irony of that. Or at least he doesn't seems to get it of how deeply cutting it is to him. Since it could mean, a tribal man by the name of Mr Biixi was seen in his "tolka territory", meaning Che's Tolka.

And that will amount to the same "assertion" of me saying that a nasty BNP racist guy was seen in partying with my sisters in my own house. Given the fact that the mere "partying" of that sort says more about me (or my sisters) than it says anything about that racist guy. 

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Oodweyne,

So, apart from usual insults, if you think Muse the menace would have come to LA without his habro militias, then you are truely delusional.

Perhaps Muse can go to Buhoodle without his militias.

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24 minutes ago, Che -Guevara said:

Oodweyne,

So, apart from usual insults, if you think Muse the menace would have come to LA without his habro militias, then you are truely delusional.

The only delusional cretin around here, dear lad, is the one who actually think that any amount of fire-power would have subdued the proud folks of Las-Anod, if they didn't want for President Biixi and his government to be there in the first place.

Do you got that one? Or should I go around in chapter and in verse, in explaining to you that in that neck-of-the-wood of Somali peninsula, everyone is his own judge, jury. And without the "consent" of the very last man in every nook and in every crannies and in every village, nothing you want could happen there at all. And no matter how many guns you come with it in the scene.

Hence, the fact that President Biixi was welcomed in numbers and on the streets says far more than you are willing to concede out of "tribal pride" (which is understandable). But in all honesty it says the fact that the folks of that town of Las-Anod are happy to welcome him, and do so in large numbers whatever else you may think of that spectacle.

Similarly, the fact he doesn't go to Buuhoodle also is in the same "rationale" of the argument that I am putting to you. Which is that Somaliland has yet to "win-over" the fine folks of Buuhoodle in the same numbers and with the same level of "acceptance" she currently has it and enjoys it from the other fine folks of this Sool community who lives in that city of Las-Anod.

Now is that too much of a "brain-wave" for you to handled it and "process" it before you start frothing at the mouth, again, and then for good measure, start spouting your usual gibberish arguments at us? Think, carefully, mate.  

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I believe you said in the past you worked with certain British elements in that small island you dwell and try to convince them about Somaliland project. I guess after years of talking ears off, you begin to believe the bs you feed them will work on us Somalis. 

 I think of no decent Las Anod resident share bs that's you trying to spew or accept Muse's presence.

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