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President of Somalia Farmaajo Apologises for the actions of former government of Siad Bare in regards to bombing of Hargeisa

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Tallaabo   

Who really wants to hear an "apology" from a man who never misses an opportunity to entertain the kacaan era's war criminals? 

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gooni   

Waan is dilnay ee aan heshiino way ka fiicantahay waa nala dilay ee na raali galiya.

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Tallaabo   
6 minutes ago, gooni said:

Waan is dilnay ee aan heshiino way ka fiicantahay waa nala dilay ee na raali galiya.

Dee marka hore yaa raaligalinta aad sheegayso dalbaday?? I am sure the people of koonfuria have nothing to apologise for. And as for the war criminals, they can stick their "apology" in their @ss.

  • Haha - That was funny. You made me laugh! 1

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Oodweyne   
12 hours ago, gooni said:

Waan is dilnay ee aan heshiino way ka fiicantahay waa nala dilay ee na raali galiya.

Waryaa Ina-Gumeed, rag ayaanu nahay libin helay, oo idinka qaadey hadh-cad oo arooreed. Adiga iyo wixii faqash ahaa ee aanu isheynayna waa duleynay oo hadhuublaha ayaanu ku darney.

Maantana cidina adiga iyo Ina-Farmaajo ugama baahna wax xaal iyo raali-gelin ah iyo wax af-gobaadsi hadal-tiris ah. Sababta oo ah nin guul helay wuu ka gudbaa wixii dhiif iyo dhiilo ahaa ee uu u soo marey guushaas.

Taas ayaana anaka maanta cawadayada ah. Gaar ahaan mar hadii hashayadii Maandeeq ay Hargeysa dhex joogta, tolkii lahaana ay ilaashanayaan. Wixii Faqash-ka-hadheen Ina-Gumeed ahaana sida adiga iyo Inaadeerkaa Ina-Farmaajo, waxa ugama baahnin. Oo waliba ku darsoo, gaar ahaan mar hadii "birta oo layska lisey" aanu ku kala calaf qaadaney, idinkuna markaas isku daya intii itaalkiin ah in aanu kala qoomama la'aano.

Hadey taasi idin deeqi weydana, anaka, Somaliland ahaan, birtu waa noo soofeysan tahay, mar walba, ee "rogaal celis" isku keen siiya. Xadkuna waa Tukaraq ee haley idinka helo halkaas.

Ma garatey, Yaa Ina-Gumeed, Ilka-yar, Mareexaan.

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Kolka waxa uurkaaga ku jira iyo waxa afkaaga ka soo baxayaa aany isla socon, waa sidan oo kale. Its cringe worthy

Cheeseman ha loo sheego Somaliland apology cidna ugama fadhido. Anigu xiniinyo ayaan Afwayne iskaga dhicinay oo nagama guulaysan. Dadka laga guulaysto ee ayaa la apologise gareeya.

Laakin reer Somaliland waxay aany marnaba u dul qaadan karin in laga been sheego wixii dhacay. In runta laga sheego, dadkii xasuuqa gaystay la tilmaamo ayaa more important noo ah.

 

 

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Duufaan   
1 hour ago, Suldaanka said:

Kolka waxa uurkaaga ku jira iyo waxa afkaaga ka soo baxayaa aany isla socon, waa sidan oo kale. Its cringe worthy

Cheeseman ha loo sheego Somaliland apology cidna ugama fadhido. Anigu xiniinyo ayaan Afwayne iskaga dhicinay oo nagama guulaysan. Dadka laga guulaysto ee ayaa la apologise gareeya.

Laakin reer Somaliland waxay aany marnaba u dul qaadan karin in laga been sheego wixii dhacay. In runta laga sheego, dadkii xasuuqa gaystay la tilmaamo ayaa more important noo ah.

 

 

Wixii oo aad marba xabaalaha soo fageyseen, ma aqoonsi raadis buu ahaa, mise inaad soo bandhigtaan dhibaato idin gaadhey. Waaruntaa Somaliland apology uma baahna, aniguba mafahmin. Sheekada soomaaliya waa horey ugasoco, dib u eegid malaha 

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Dhaqaale   
2 hours ago, Tallaabo said:

to entertain the kacaan era's war criminals? 

This is one of my gripes with Farmaajo, I don't know why he simply does not clean house and start from scratch. 

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Oodweyne   
9 hours ago, Duufaan said:

Wixii oo aad marba xabaalaha soo fageyseen, ma aqoonsi raadis buu ahaa, mise inaad soo bandhigtaan dhibaato idin gaadhey. Waaruntaa Somaliland apology uma baahna, aniguba mafahmin. Sheekada soomaaliya waa horey ugasoco, dib u eegid malaha 

Duufaan,

I am sure Suldaanka, will be in here in a Jiffy, setting straight a cowardly Ina-Gummeed like you, particularly one who seems to be from the very ilk who have a habit to keep on running away from any battle in which they ever found themselves in. But, still, in his absence, let me say that the reason we do that, which means the reason we take care of the most of the mass graves we find in our country is that because we want to proceed to tabulate them, to record them, and then to register all of them.

And more to the point we do that for the sake of our posterity. And in that sense, just like Rwanda does it now, we do this sort of thing so that we will always know the price, in an exact sense of it, and the sacrifice, in which our current liberty have asked of us to pay for it. And indeed it had asked of us to pay it in an upfront manner (no less). For it was worth it, really. 

Hence, we don't need any freaking insincere apology from cowardly Faqash's remnants like from Mr Farmaajo of this world.

For it's the case that our liberty on one hand and the comprehensive political and military defeat we have meted out to your ilk, on the other hand, is really enough of an "eternal apology" for those we have "lost" along to way.

Consequently, that being the fine balance of history in which we gazing at it at this point in time, then ask yourself as who is crying out for unity, and therefore missing something that will make him (or them) a whole? 

For the one who is crying out for "unity" now and seems to be doing it in all these past thirty years or so, is actually the one who really never had gotten over of what took place during the war to liberate Somalilland and what "historical defeat" he took away from such monumental encounter.

But, at this point in time, we in Somaliland on the other hand, we did get over it. And to boot, we are so mightily proud of the short work and of the comprehensive defeat we have made it out of your then fascistic faqash's regime.

Anything else?

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Oodweyne   
5 hours ago, Che -Guevara said:

What's the truth?

Well, I don't know about you and the people you are laden with their "epistemological definition" of what "truth" is. But I know for a fact a "two basic truths", which in turn so means much to me.

And they are these: 

1 - Well, "one truth" of an eternal kind is that we in Somaliland have set it about to get back what we gave away rather foolishly and cheaply in 1960, which was our sovereign right to determined our political destiny. And after much trial and tribulation, and also after experiencing an attempt of a genocide of the worst sort on our people, we have finally won what we have set it out to achieve.

Perhaps, we were a bit worse for wear with fatigue. Seriously bloodied in a middle of mass graves as far as the eye can see, along with destroyed cities. But, still, nevertheless, we came through with one fine liberty under the heavens. And therefore from that we have had a chance to re-start our lives, once again, with as much of a political design we see fit for ourselves and without others being involve in any of our deliberation and the destiny such communal decision will herald henceforth. 

And that is one truth, a functional truth, perhaps, but still all the same, it's a truth that is to us far more pricier in blood and in treasures than in anything else.

2 - The "other truth" in which we do go on to remind ourselves always is that the moment some "defeated ilk" start talking about, and do it ever so loftily, about some concept call "Somalinimo" and how good it is, then at that time it's best to really "oil your gun", prepare your folks for the commencement of the time where matters will have to be decided at the battlefield, as they always end up being done so in that way.

Hence, to us the fact that Mr Farmaajo talks about some sense of what "Somalinimo" means (at least to him), is essentially a tell-tale sign that he is basically telling us that hasn't given-up of the ghost of his defeated ilk and their ignominious history.

After all his defeated uncle (i.e., Gen. Afweyne) never for once stopped actually talking about "Somalinimo", whilst at the same time committing a genocide on the same such Somalis in which he was forever and endlessly calling for them to believe in his version of "Somalinimo".

And therefore that means we shouldn't be foolish enough to be lulled into any other posture other than that of "extreme vigilant". Which is why this non-apology apology from Mr Farmaajo actually and basically opened a door to us in so far as his inner soul is concern. 

So we thank him of showing us his true color (as it were).      

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3 hours ago, Suldaanka said:

 

Laakin reer Somaliland waxay aany marnaba u dul qaadan karin in laga been sheego wixii dhacay. In runta laga sheego, dadkii xasuuqa gaystay la tilmaamo ayaa more important noo ah.

 

 

Oodweyne, I was referring to this. Who are you blaming exactly? The Somali State, the southerners as a whole or Dar-ood (MMA sorry the qabiil name). You need to determine who the culprits are. Keep your reply simple.

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Oodweyne   

^^^^ Che,

There is no us blaming anyone, really. We know who did to us what and on what basis. We have settled account with them at the battlefield, where matters of these kind are always destined to be settled. We ended the rule of the fascist regime over our land in 1991. We moved on with our liberty. We ended, effectively, the political union with Somalia.

We are not out to ask for apology from anyone. And we are not planning any time sooner than the end of times to hand over our liberty, our freedom, and our right to govern ourselves to any one else.

We have build our political state just like 200 odd countries around the world seems to have done to theirs. Recognition or no recognition, it make no blind bit of difference to us.

"Those are eternal truths to us".

Now if that is not good enough of a "truths" to you or to the likes of Mr Farmaajo. Then, please, niggers, the border point between Somaliland and Somalia, currently, is on Tukaraq of Sool region, and therefore see to it to name the day. For we shall meet you guys up there.

And then and there, we, of course, shall see "whose eternal truths shall prevail". 

Ours or yours?

Is that fair enough of a "challenge" to you, mate? 

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6 minutes ago, Oodweyne said:

Che,

There is no us blaming anyone.

That's b.s!

No conflict is settled without agreeing on what happened and who done what? You can boast about settling scores or your military prowess but you obviously feel wronged, and there could be no permanent settlement without reconciliation.

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Oodweyne   

^^^^

That is where you are wrong. We really are not looking for any kind of reconciliation of any sort. Particularly from the current clique in Villa Somalia. And in that sense, I am of the opinion that the sooner we end this futile talk with Somalia, so that other nations who may be susceptible to recognize us will not be holding back because they think we may not be serious about it, the better it will be for us. And better it will be for the Somali race on the whole in the long run.

We tried Somaliweyn as a political ideology in 1960, and for our troubles, we ended up with genocide in 1988. Or a close version of it. Now, we in Somaliland are determined to act and to exist in a sentiment that says (as the Brits used to say during the Blitz of the early 1940s):

"......Ourselves alone, I see, well, what a fine company we are and do make for ourselves".

This is Somaliland in her "political motto".

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