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Markaan camal ayee dhaaftay isqornimada. All in the name of ever elusive, never arriving marqaan-dreamed aqoonsi.

I just saw this pathetic, poorly written imploring letter on Facebook. This is beyond begging, begging ergeyga gaarka ah ee Qaramada Midoobay in Muqdisho to move his office to headquaters of Muuse Muqayil. What do they think that UN's office for Soomaaliya is tabakaayo yar meesha la rabo loo rari karo, lagana furi karo? Well, wax walba waa laga filan karaa minds that were influenced by decades of sessions of non-stop marqaamid.

Also what in their marqaan-induced mind haven't realized is that they finally admit to themselves and submit to the reality that ergeyga gaar ee Qaramada Midoobay represents all of Soomaaliya, including Waqooyiga.

The poorly written letter:

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cadnaan1   

Saakay markaa social mediaha Ku arkay I thought it was fake Letter sidee dad Sheegan jiray for the last 27 years inay yihiin Dal ka madax banaan Somalia inay maanta qirteen beentii ay masaakiinta u sheegi jireen.

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Oodweyne   

".....Naxli-u-Dhalad Niicleeyey waa Nusnesleyn Jirey, Sidii Ina-Gumeed Nijaaseede,

Nash-Nashleyn waa ku Naadiraa, Nasakhan iyo Nasab-liite, Nolol-gumeysi Nasiibku ku Nusqaamey,

Nac-nacdiisa ku Naaxaa, sidii Najis Nabiible ah, Nimay Nooheyn iyo Nadali Naruurtiisa Tahey......"

Intaas ka badan ma istaahilaan Ilma-Gumeedyadda Gumeysiga ku jira ee halkan kaga weecaadey wah-wahleyn iyo wuxuushnimo waxgarad wiirsasho ku weydaaran lahaayaan. 

Hase-ahaatee, wuxuushtan "gunnimo" weerka-u-xidhan ee "xaaraan-ku-naaxnimadda" iyo "fuleynimadda-hadhka-cararka-ah" lagu soo koriyey, aqligoodu uma "seed-sameysna" ama uma "carbisna" ama looma "culin" in ay fahmaan nuxurka "afareydaas" halkaas ku qoran ku jira. Waana ta Ina-gumeednimadda ah ee aan ka hadlayo.

Arinta ah Mr Haysom, waa wax fudud. Taas oo ah mar haddii  UN-tu ay wali ku dhagantahay in Somalia iyo Somaliland ay wali isla yihiin dal ah "Jamhuuriyaddii Soomaaliyeed" ee 60-kii lasameeyey, inta lagu kala baxayo "arintaas sharciyanka ah", wax kasta oo UN-tu sameyso, ama ay kaga dhaqaaqdo dhulkii laysku odhan Jirey Jamhuuriyaddii Soomaaliyeed (i.e., Somali Republic), Somaliland doodeeda iyo munaaqishdeeda ayey ka leedahay. Oo waana ku waajib.

Sidaa-Daraateed, hadii "ambadka" kasoo lumey Buffalo of New-York ee la yidhaahdo Mr Farmaajo, iyo kan kale ee kasoo xoogsi tagey (ama kasoo "M-0oryaaneysi" tegay) Oslo of Norway ee layidhaahdo Mr Kheyre ay yidhaahdaan UN sidaas ayaanu ka yeelney, Somaliland waa ku khasab damiiri ah iyo mid-sharciyeedba in ay tidhaahdo maaadaama ay UN-tu ay wali nakhuseyso waxa ay dhulka Soomaaliyeed ay ka fulineyso, anaga taas iyo taas ayaanu qabnaa.

Waxayse u muuqataa, "ilma-gumeedyadda" halkan ka wiih-wiiheynaya in aaney xataa laheyn "aqli-dhilan" (ama soofan) oo ay cilmigaas yar ee madaniga ah garasho keeni kara aaney laheyn.

Kuwaas sidaa nolosha ugu bahdilan ayaa doonaya in ay ku "shimbiro-waaqleeyaan" Jamhuuriyadda Barakeysan ee Shankaroon iyo ficilkeeda aaney xataa wax ay ka hadleyso aaney gareynin.

Walee tan dunida cusub ah ee "hacoo" kasta oo "ambad" ah siisey Internet iyo "rug-ka-yeedh" (i.e., babel-chamber) uu kasoo "ciyo" oo mareegaha bulshadda ah (i.e., Social Media account) dad badan oo garashadoodu eber tahay ayey lugeysay.   

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The koonfurians think they  ow the United nations any thing with out the UN  all the people in the south would starve to death.  What was the saying  don't bite  the hands  that feed  you.

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Oodweyne   
50 minutes ago, Haatu said:

Meehannaw iga dheh!

Haatuyow,

Adna ma soo miciin ciirtey. Ileyn in aad intaas ka garasho dheertahay ayaan kugu tuhmayeye. Sikasta oo ay kaa noqoteyba, aan ku saxee "meehanow maaha" arintu. Ee waa wax ah "Muraad Nin lehi Meertaduu Ka Midhaayo waa Muqaal Gartaa" iyo wax u dhow weeye ficilka ay Soomaaliland wado.

Taas oo aan ula jeedo, Somaliland muraadkeeda mahuraan waa meel ogtahay oo muraayad uma xidhato, Waana ta kalifeysa in wixii meerto noo ah aan meel-walba u galno.

Tan arinta ah ee Mr Haysom ku taxaluqdana intaas uun bey salka ku heysaa. Ee bal eeg in aad "xidhaalaha" aanu ka masiir duuleyno aad maskax ku maareyn karto ay kugu jirto iyo inkale, saaxiib.

Mise talo waxa ay kaa tahay in aad naleedahay, saaxiiibayaal: "Ugaali Baan ku Meereystaaye, Maadhnow iyo Mudanayaal, Muraad-weyn Marna Haygu Soo Moosinna" iyo wax u eg ayaanu kaa qornaa, saaxiib. 

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Mourad1   

Somaliland should not be engaging in this matter. I honestly don't see any opening for Somaliland's gov't in this matter. The topic at hand is primarily Haysom's interference with Somalia's domestic issues - specifically the protests and its consequences that took place in Baydhabo. Although many other reasons are put forward by the Somali gov't for Haysom's expulsion, the main argument is Haysom's interference in internal matters. So why would Somaliland take the risk of violating its own principles by engaging in a southern Somalia issue?  

I think that after SL had suffered so many political defeats in the year 2018, its leaders are now desperate to score political points. Because by blindly taken a position without proper cost and benefits analysis, it reveals how desperate SL administration is for a victory and desperation should not be a basis for policy. 

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37 minutes ago, Mourad1 said:

I think that after SL had suffered so many political defeats in the year 2018,

Care to eloborate what the political defeats you are talking about? If you are talking about Ethiopia. Ethiopia adiga ayay wax wayn kula tahay. We have matual interest, if Ethiopia no longer sees any interest in Somaliland - they are perfectly within their rights. However, from our point view, we have both economic and security interests with Ethiopia and will pursue those interests regardless. Abiye Ahmed is just an indivitual - he will go one day but Ethiopia will remain. 

On the contrary, 2018 was a remarkable year for Somaliland. 

 

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Oodweyne   
3 hours ago, Mourad1 said:

I think that after SL had suffered so many political defeats in the year 2018, its leaders are now desperate to score political points. Because by blindly taken a position without proper cost and benefits analysis, it reveals how desperate SL administration is for a victory and desperation should not be a basis for policy

Mourad1,

Saaxiib, seldom it is a good idea to take things from your back-side (where sun doesn't shine from it) just to amuse yourself. Particularly when you are in the middle of a grown-up folks, who in turn are mindful to debate things with you and do so with reason and with intellect of their own.

And that in turn actually means, that, "citations" and a "bold exposition" to back it up what you have told us in up there is currently needed. For that is basically what is needed from you in-order for the rest of us to accept what you said in up there as matters which are "justified", even if they strike us at first blush, as things that are absurd assertions on your part. Which is how one could easily read what have just shared with us in here in that quote.

In other words, what on earth are you withering on about it in here, particularly when you say, that, Somaliland had suffered a set-back in its foreign policy in 2018? After all, this recently concluded year of 2018 was the year (if we need to remind ourselves) in which Villa Somalia have tried to stop DP World investment into Berbera, and lamentably for them, they failed and failed miserably.

It was the year also in which Villa Somalia went to the UNSC to complain about UAE's military base in Berbera. And they were told to take a hike. Or preferably they were told to go and talk to the UAE, if the notion of "taking-hike" doesn't appeal to them.

It was also the same year they have tried to end Somaliland's donors direct developmental assistance, or end Somaliland Developmental Fund (SDF) in which they, as Villa Somalia, have yet again failed so miserably to stop it. Which is why that donor assistance fund to Somaliland has been "earmarked" to be increase from what it was even a year ago (from the fiscal year of 2017). Whilst all along the direct nature of that donor assistance to Somaliland will still remain intact regardless of the best effort of Villa Somalia to end it.

Again, what on earth are you on about when you say, that, Somaliland have suffered a defeat, diplomatically? Moreover, as Suldaanka said it, if you are having in mind about Mr Abby Ahmed and his "lukewarm relationship" with President Biixi, then I will have you know, or I will only reinforce the point Suldaanka made to you, which is, Mr Abby Ahmed, has recently appointed a new envoy to Hargeisa. And secondly, the deal of Berbera with Ethiopia still is a "go-ahead proposition".

And that still the case despite the cheap propaganda in which the "fake-news factories" of Villa Somalia are spreading on the YouTube channels, which in turn is claiming that Ethiopia is "vacating" the Berberra deal in favor of a new one with Eritrea.

Hence, unless you are willing to "substantiate" your absurd argument one really doesn't know what on earth you are in danger of guffawing at our expense with it in here, my friend. 

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Mourad1   

Suldaanka iyo Oodweyne,  to make the claim that Somaliland had a good political year in 2018, is slightly delusional. I do concede that on military front Somaliland is its best position since its inception, especially after the capture of Tukaraq. However, on the political front, it is a different story.  I don't recall all of the defeats, but here are few of them: 

  • Muuse Biixi's scuffle with Michael Keating 
  • DP World
  • Air traffic control 
  • Donors budgetary contributions to SL

And Let us leave Ethiopia's shift in policy out of the equation. Now, why gamble with Somaliland's future relationship with UN representative, because what the outcome of this disagreement will be, is unknown. However, let's make the assumption that Muuse Biixi's administration does indeed have a better relationship with the UN, wouldn't the status-quo serve the administration better,  as a result keeping themselves outside of this argument than blindly choosing a position that potentially could have severe negative consequences. 

The way Muuse Biixi behaves lately indicates to me that he is a desperate man in need of some wins. 

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Oodweyne   
16 hours ago, Mourad1 said:
  • Muuse Biixi's scuffle with Michael Keating 
  • DP World
  • Air traffic control 
  • Donors budgetary contributions to SL

Mourad1,

Apart from Air Control issue, which itself is still bending in-terms of waiting the SRSG to actually re-litigate this issue, given that Somaliland have yet to concede that issue, it's actually funny you think that the other three (3) issues you have listed in here were a diplomatic defeat for Somaliland. And in fact all three (3) of them were a clear wins for Somaliland.

Why and how so? Well, here are the reasons for them. Pay attention, mate.

First, the issue for Mr Keating, I will have you know, that, Somaliland have told him where we stand with him, and made it abundantly clear with his superior at the UN's head-quarters that we will not tolerate him. Hence the reason his new replacement, Mr Haysom, who came on shore recently on the UN's portfolio of Somali peninsula have from get-go strike a pose of a more "conciliatory posture". And came across as "even-handed-sort-of-fellow" than his predecessor ever did with us in Somaliland. Which is a why I said 2018 was a better year for Somaliland than you actually know anything about it.

Second, we have covered the DP World's issue at length in here, so there is no longer any need to "regurgitate" that argument, since clearly you should know by now as to how Villa Somalia have lost, and lost clearly with this issue. Given that if it was up to them there would have been no investment of any kind for Berbera. Unless, of course, you are one of the folks in this parish call SOL, who still harbor the delusional sentiment which says that DP World will not investment in Berbera. And all they have done so far is a "make-believe-PR-gimmick-game", as some of the more hallucinating fellows, like our Galbeedi, used to hold it ever so forthrightly around here. 

Third, Donor budgetary contribution is, if anything, a direct defeat to the clique in Villa Somalia. Given that it was their holly-grail to end any direct Donor dealings with Somaliland. And while they are at it to also end Somaliland Developmental Fund (SDF). And as you may not know that much of it, it's a fact that in so far as both of those issues are concern, they have failed and failed miserably, to enacted it.

So, again, I do not know how you could "characterize" those three (3) clear wins for Somaliland, which all happen in last year (2018) alone as a defeat of a diplomatic kind for Somaliland. When in fact, they are anything but defeat to us in Somaliland. Perhaps, you could actually take us into your confidence and tell us as to how they are, in actuality, the sort of the defeat you are waffling on about it in here. We are all ears, mate.

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5 minutes ago, Mourad1 said:

Suldaanka iyo Oodweyne,  to make the claim that Somaliland had a good political year in 2018, is slightly delusional. I do concede that on military front Somaliland is its best position since its inception, especially after the capture of Tukaraq. However, on the political front, it is a different story.  I don't recall all of the defeats, but here are few of them: 

  • Muuse Biixi's scuffle with Michael Keating 
  • DP World
  • Air traffic control 
  • Donors budgetary contributions to SL

And Let us leave Ethiopia's shift in policy out of the equation. Now, why gamble with Somaliland's future relationship with UN representative, because what the outcome of this disagreement will be, is unknown. However, let's make the assumption that Muuse Biixi's administration does indeed have a better relationship with the UN, wouldn't the status-quo serve the administration better,  as a result keeping themselves outside of this argument than blindly choosing a position that potentially could have severe negative consequences. 

The way Muuse Biixi behaves lately indicates to me that he is a desperate man in need of some wins. 

With regards to MBC's differences with Michael Keating. This was mostly in relation to Tukaraq.  As you may know, MBC came to office in December of 2017 and Somaliland moved to Tukaraq in Jan 2018, barely less than a month after being sworn in. Michael Keating proposed for Somaliland to vocate Tukaraq and go back to Gambadhe hence making Tukaraq a no-miilitary zone.  Puntland will remain where they are and will not move to Tukaraq once Somaliland vocates.

MBC disagreed and told Michael Keating that Somaliland's borders are few 5km from Garowe, hence Somaliland will only go forward not backwards. 

We all know how things stand there.

With regards to DP World, as far as I know both the Military Base and Commercial Port are on track. In fact, it is Villa AMISom that ran to every organistion from Arab League to United Nations and came back empty handed. So whose defeat is it? I will be happily posting information of DP World/Military Base as they come. Stay tuned. 

With regards to Air Traffic Control,  It was President Silaanyo and President HSM that signed an agreement regarding this issue. The agreement was to share the control of the Somali Airspace and move the control centre to Hargeisa. Somaliland, like any other functioning Govn't, is still sticking to what their President have signed. However, it is Villa AMISom that do not respect their previous office holder's signatures. Which will bite them back when the current office holders leave. The ones that will come after them will null and void their agreements and so it goes. In the end, Somaliland will win this. And is actually one of the points it has on the table when Somaliland and Somalia open new round of talks. 

Whoever that is mediating the two will need to come up with assurances that will satisfy Somaliland that Mogadishu will not back-pedal on biliteral agreements.

The SDF issue was a failure for VIlla AMISom. All the donor countries sided with Somaliland. 

The IC have asked Somaliland to talk with Somalia and reach an agreement. Somaliland have fullfilled its side of the bargain. And all these issues that Villa AMISom is creating without hope of winning, will only reinforce the IC to eventually wake up to the reality and start siding with Somaliland on this issue. 

And remember, Somaliland only needs a Golden-Goal so to speak in Football terms, and the Hargeisa+Mogadishu issue will be all over. 

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Oodweyne   
16 hours ago, Suldaanka said:

And remember, Somaliland only needs a Golden-Goal so to speak in Football terms, and the Hargeisa+Mogadishu issue will be all over. 

Mourad1,

Take that one single line of argument as an "assignment". Turn it around and around till you a dizzy with it. Toss it from side to side. Shake it up and down. Scratch it with your sharpish nails. Bite it, if you must do it. And when you have done all of that, then see if you will make a sense of it. For if you were to do it, then you know in that eventuality as to how Mogadishu's silly and delusional talk of being a "legitimate government" over Somaliland is one single and simple "Golden-Goal" away for being made a "null-and-void". Hence, see if you could actually understand that. And what in the larger sense, Suldaanka, is basically alluding to in here, mate.  

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