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Oodweyne   
1 hour ago, Che -Guevara said:

I see there's another f-fest session.

Che,

Reading this I kept seeing in my mind and kept remembering an old "Apocryphal Story" about a man who had a poor form of personal hygiene. And the story goes something like this:

"......Nin duufle ah ayaa lagu yidhi, waar Calow, duuf badanidaa, markaas ayuu yidhi, waar nimanyahow, aniga oo aan is ogeyn ayuun baan arkaa isaga oo duufkii iga da'ayo. Markaas waxba lagama qaban karo......"

Sheekadaas ayaan soo xusuustey markii aan akhriyey erayadda naxliga ah ee maldahan ee aad halkan ku soo qortey. Oo waxa ii muuqata in "dhaqanka Ina-Gumeednimadda" ahi ay kaa soo siibato ama ay kaa soo maaxdo adoon ogeynba.

Sababta oo ah maxaa meesha keenay "f-fest session" iyo naxli hadal oo noocaas oo kala ah iyada oo doodo meesha taalaa ay tahay "xaqiiqda silicsan" ee Somalia ay ku sugan tahay. Gaar ahaan tayo-xumadda maamulka Villa Somalia fadhiya.

In other words, to be a cowardly stooge who sneakily submit or send into a heated discussion all manner of "vulgarity" and all sort of "puerile innuendo", instead of challenging or engaging the thrust of the argument that is at hand, is actually mark or an "act" befitting that of a "low-character", in which your one-liner riposte that is in here gives all the needed indication of it. 

Poor lad, that is all you are capable of, indeed, it seems.

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Duufaan   
6 hours ago, Che -Guevara said:

I see there's another f-fest session.

It seems they are waken up for a long night of sleep less and sensing the fresh qat is arriving little bit before  noon. You can  excused their behavior. At this moment they are different world than we are. They can see what we do not see. Let them have a moment together to dream for the dreamland.

 

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Oodweyne   
9 hours ago, Che -Guevara said:

You mean you are bothered by those words, you have  mellowed old man considering your not-so suitable rants over the years. 

Che,

Now you just being silly, really. After all, vulgarity is a cheap tactics in which all can indulge-in to their heart content. But like everything else, it has (or ought to have) its place and its time.

And in here, considering that a serious debate was what we had in here, then it's immanently to stand to reason to say that sort of "toilet talk" and the vulgarity of that kind only reveals the kind of emptiness of a serious argument in which you were chancing your luck on it in here.

Or failing that, then perhaps it tells us, that, like many "hapless cretins" around here, you were also trying a bit of a "trolling tactics" on your part. In particularly when you have realized that there was no larger argument in substance sort of sense in which you could contribute into the thrust and into the weaving of the debate that was at hand.

Hence, the reason I said, that, it's poor form for you to actually think that others won't easily "spot" you when you are conducting yourself in that sort of a revealing way

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9 hours ago, Duufaan said:

It seems they are waken up for a long night of sleep less and sensing the fresh qat is arriving little bit before  noon. You can  excused their behavior. At this moment they are different world than we are. They can see what we do not see. Let them have a moment together to dream for the dreamland.

. Duufaan,

Tell your "chief propaganda handler" in Villa Somalia, who is the guy who gives you all the "talking points" in which you regurgitate around here, that his stale and lame lines of a "come-backs" and the "intended riposte", particularly, the ones he ask you to "stick-it" to those who you and him invariably call the "separatist" are not working at all.

And therefore tell him that he ought to give to you a bit more of a "fresh material". Given that these ones in which you are sporting around here, particularly about "Qat session" and whatnot, are only fit enough for the proverbial knackered-yard in which all of the tired and soil "verbal absurdity" that has seen a better day, are meant to be "consigned" to it. Got that, my friend? 

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Barwaaqo   

Villa Som dadkeedda maxay runta uga qarinayaan iyo wixii laga wadahadlay? Abby Ahmed sheekadii la caadaystaystay ee  ay madaxdda odhan jireen “the meeting was fruitful” tweet dheeraynayuu ku soo afjaray! Isagoo leh hadee runtu  ma fantaa?

 

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Oodweyne   

Suldaanka And Barwaaqo,

It seems as I had expected Mr Cheeseman had in effect "cave-in", although, both Mr Abby Ahmed and Mr Uhuru Kenyatta were smart enough not ask of him to put things in a "clear letters of surrender" just to satisfy their power over him.

But in diplomacy, usually the things that are "silent" in deliberate way are actually the things that are far more deafening in their scream of "importance".

And by that I mean you really need to read carefully (or examine closely) the Tweet of Mr Abby Ahmed in which both of you have quoted in here, particularly this bit that says the following:

And I quote: "As an outcome both agreed to work towards peace & to take measures in addressing particular issues that escalated the tensions" (unquote)

In here you can see that the notion of saying "to take measures" in effect invites both parties to de-escalate the tension, which means it's surreptitiously suggesting that the court case must be "vacated" at best. Or failing that then both parties must take appropriate measures to "de-emphasize" the legal side of the matter along the line of Somalia not pursuing actively for a judgement to come out forth from the court.

In other words, if you do not want a court to make a ruling on a case in which you have brought it before it, you can do this in two ways. Firstly, you can agree for the case to be "vacated" from the dock and therefore you ask your lawyer to tell the court to close the case, since you are no longer interesting in a defined judgement from the court to be issued.

Or failing that, you can simply slow-down your active pursuit of the matter by way of not asking your lawyer to keep on insisting that matters must be resolve speedily. And you simply allow the judge who is presiding over the matter to forget about your case. Or to put it at the back of the cases in which he (or she) is dealing with.

Hence, such later tactics will allow the case to "die on the vine" (as it were). And that is most likely what Mr Cheeseman has agreed to it. Particularly, in the sense of not taking the case out of the court (for he will be crucified, politically). But at the same time by simply allowing matters to be in "limbo" at the court without Somalia actively pursuing a "judgement" from the court, will in turn allow him to reach a "working deal" with Mr Kenyatta in-terms of how to "divide-up" any loot that can be had from those disputed areas of the sea.

Or perhaps quietly he can suggest to the court that both parties prefer matters to be dealt with in a private manner between them without the court bothering to "deliver" any judgement of any kind, which in turn will mean the court (ICJ) will then be happy to oblige, indeed.

So that way the case will simply die on a "suspension" whilst at the same time the parties to the legal quarrel (in this case Somalia vs. Kenya) will pretend as if nothing is amiss in here. And for good measure they will get on with the attempt of finding out some other kind of "out-side-of-the-court-resolution" in which both parties can profit from it.

This "later tactics" is as old as the court system itself. Particularly in the sense of never taking the case out of the court (for it's too embarrassing for all concern parties) whilst at the same time not actively pursuing any decision from the court to be delivered just suit them to a tee, indeed..

Moreover, so many nations and various "international entities", such as corporations and others, around the world who have legal cases against each other practice this form of "legal nod and wink", whereby both parties will avoid the "sheer embarrassment" of closing a "contentious case" that is before the court. Whilst at the same time doing everything they can for that case to simply die on the dock of the court-room without any judgement being made for that case.

And that means, both parties will agree to use that old "metaphor" of "leaving a sleeping dogs where they lay" (so to speak).

I suspect this is the convenient "formula" in which Mr Abby Ahmed, Mr Uhuru Kenyatta and Mr Cheeseman, have agreed on together in here. We shall see soon enough from the Kenyan's side of things of how they read what was agreed on in that meeting. Given that Villa Somalia will never tell it straight to Somalis in-terms of what they have agreed on in here.

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Farmaajo has his short comings but this is not one of them. Mostly likely the powers that be don't want more trouble in the horn of Africa region. Kenya overplayed their hand and made their case weaker. Since the case is at the world court, not even Farmaajo dare withdraw it which is main demand of Uhuru

The secessionist always cry fire when there no fire, when the real fire starts no one will listen to you.

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2 hours ago, Peace Action said:

Farmaajo has his short comings but this is not one of them. Mostly likely the powers that be don't want more trouble in the horn of Africa region. Kenya overplayed their hand and made their case weaker. Since the case is at the world court, not even Farmaajo dare withdraw it which is main demand of Uhuru

The secessionist always cry fire when there no fire, when the real fire starts no one will listen to you.

You are a gullible man. Unlike you, my friend, we read between the lines and look for the devil in the details. 

Cheeseman has agreed to settle the issue out of court. Taa qofkii is indho iyo dhego tiraya ayuunba hadal ka keenaya. 

But that is not even the main issue. It was clear from the Kenyans that they will get what they want by any means necessary. But The biggest humiliation is being the 'escort' of Dr. Abiye Ahmed, flying from Addis Abeba and going to Nairobi. 

Never in the history of nations has this sort of thing happened before. Yes, Presidents and leaders travel in the same Airline but never in the same degrading and humiliating manner. 

 

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54 minutes ago, Suldaanka said:

You are a gullible man. Unlike you, my friend, we read between the lines and look for the devil in the details. 

Cheeseman has agreed to settle the issue out of court. Taa qofkii is indho iyo dhego tiraya ayuunba hadal ka keenaya. 

 

 

Yes, you do know how to read between the lines

 

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7 hours ago, Suldaanka said:

You are a gullible man. Unlike you, my friend, we read between the lines and look for the devil in the details. 

Cheeseman has agreed to settle the issue out of court. Taa qofkii is indho iyo dhego tiraya ayuunba hadal ka keenaya. 

But that is not even the main issue. It was clear from the Kenyans that they will get what they want by any means necessary. But The biggest humiliation is being the 'escort' of Dr. Abiye Ahmed, flying from Addis Abeba and going to Nairobi. 

Never in the history of nations has this sort of thing happened before. Yes, Presidents and leaders travel in the same Airline but never in the same degrading and humiliating manner. 

 

Actually you are blinded by secession and hate that you are not able to separate fact from fiction. Your record of spreading fake news is legendary here in SOL but I doubt if you will admit your error when you are proven wrong.

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Abdul   

Desperate----Empolying extreme measures in an  attempt to escape defeat or frustration=Dying breed of secessionists.

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