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Oodweyne   

Mr. Suldaanka,

 

Xaaji, iska daa ha ku dawakhaan siyaasadda Somaliland e.... :D:D

 

You see some of them are grasping slender branch that only their ever imaginative brains tells them it's there. Hence it's best not to disturb their delusion with any clarity that the internal politics of Somaliland's electioneering tactics could be calling for it, at least for their benefit.

 

In other words, they really have not the slightest clue of what these gentlemen are about and what they are playing at in Somaliland's internal electioneering politics.

 

Since, it's the case, that, if they could ever pay attention, in deeper level about Somaliland's true sense of itself, they would of known so easily, that what the vice-president have said it in here, has been the “standard argument of Somaliland's political position” ever since late Mr. M. I. Egal formulated that policy during his term of office (and therefore every subsequent government, as well as political parties, not to say nothing about the both house of parliaments have followed that policy, to a tee, indeed).

 

Consequently, it's very difficult to take seriously those who are genuinely misinformed about what they wished to talk about others with it; hence, it's best to say, carry on, lads... :D:D

 

Regards,

Oodweyne.

 

 

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PS:

 

Mr. LST, of all of the “clever-by-half-verbal-contorters” that SOL seemed to be grace with in recent years, who also to boot seemed to develop in their throat, a genuine lump of bile and hatred the minute they wish to say the name Somaliland, out laud, you, my friend, was the only one that I could of think that may have a sensible approach, when it comes to understanding the internal politics of Somaliland.

 

But, I guess, I seemed to have been wrong in my estimation of your political acuity in here. Much less to say, therefore, anything in regards my sense of thinking that you'll at least shay away from joining, willy-nilly, the “rent-a-chorusing-mob” of SOL, who seemed to specialise in the art of bad-mouthing Somaliland, on a daily basis.

 

Well, all one can say in here, is that it's nice to know, that you, of all people, my friend, could not in the final analysis resist that “cheap sloganeering” of bad-mouthing Somaliland.

 

Which is what some in here of SOL seem to practice on a daily basis, like so much a “faith-based-religious-obligation” on their part towards other people's political stance.... :D

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NGONGE   

^^ Fair is fair, guru. There is no smoke without a fire. The timing of the comments from the VP was not very helpful. For a seasoned politician this, you'll have to admit, was a silly faux pas.

 

Still, any sane person will only view it as such and not find any 'deeper' meaning in such electioneering rhetoric.

 

Take it on the chin, guru, take it on the chin. :D

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NGONGE   

^^ Fair is fair, guru. There is no smoke without a fire. The timing of the comments from the VP was not very helpful. For a seasoned politician this, you'll have to admit, was a silly faux pas.

 

Still, any sane person will only view it as such and not find any 'deeper' meaning in such electioneering rhetoric.

 

Take it on the chin, guru, take it on the chin. :D

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Oodweyne   

Mr. Ngonge,

 

I wish there was something to take it on the chin, in the first place, my friend... :D

 

Secondly, the VP may not be the most polished speaker that is out there in Somaliland; but, what he rather clumsily re-iterated in here was what Somaliland all along were saying it, if only, these folks ever had ears to heard that, in the first place.

 

But, I guess, theirs is the nothing less than heightens version of Mr. Xiiny's version of political analysis. Particularly, the sort of seeing things he alone is privy to, in the dead of night of all time.

 

And then coming to debate with you, in the morning, so that you'll concur with him (without any questions on your part), in the sense of him expecting you to validates what his passing delusion have had the occasion to beguiled him with it, in the dead of time, indeed... :D

 

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Oodweyne.

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Oodweyne   

Mr. Ngonge,

 

I wish there was something to take it on the chin, in the first place, my friend... :D

 

Secondly, the VP may not be the most polished speaker that is out there in Somaliland; but, what he rather clumsily re-iterated in here was what Somaliland all along were saying it, if only, these folks ever had ears to heard that, in the first place.

 

But, I guess, theirs is the nothing less than heightens version of Mr. Xiiny's version of political analysis. Particularly, the sort of seeing things he alone is privy to, in the dead of night of all time.

 

And then coming to debate with you, in the morning, so that you'll concur with him (without any questions on your part), in the sense of him expecting you to validates what his passing delusion have had the occasion to beguiled him with it, in the dead of time, indeed... :D

 

Regards,

Oodweyne.

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Oodweyne,

All the pre-campaign sabre-rattling has drawn a lot of interest to Somaliland's politics. And yea, it is good to see that Somaliland has a lot of followers for the good or bad.

 

Lets see how things turn out when the official campaigning kicks off within few weeks. That when xumaan iyo samaan Somaliland will bring all its dirty laundry for everyone to see. It will be another interesting time indeed. smile.gif

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Oodweyne   

Mr. Ngonge,

 

That I am wiling to do so (i.e., taking the micky part); particularly if only such a meagre fare on their part would ever amount to something that could bring their hope of seeing the destruction of Somaliland, as they wishes on a daily basis.... :D

 

But, I guess, as they say, every man has his own version of what he is only equal to or could only hope so.

 

Hence, theirs is to hope a "misspoken pronouncement" by one single politician can bring the "doom-and-gloom" of Somaliland ever closer, to their satisfaction.

 

And mine, and those of us who are Somalilanders, are essentially to laugh that sense of desperate hope of theirs, which is that waiting for that "godly miracles" on their behalf.

 

And, therefore, that I guess is what you will call (in your uncynical mode): fair is fair, indeed... :D

 

Regards,

Oodweyne.

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Oodweyne,

All the pre-campaign sabre-rattling has drawn a lot of interest to Somaliland's politics. And yea, it is good to see that Somaliland has a lot of followers for the good or bad.

 

Lets see how things turn out when the official campaigning kicks off within few weeks. That when xumaan iyo samaan Somaliland will bring all its dirty laundry for everyone to see. It will be another interesting time indeed. smile.gif

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Oodweyne   

Mr. Ngonge,

 

That I am wiling to do so (i.e., taking the micky part); particularly if only such a meagre fare on their part would ever amount to something that could bring their hope of seeing the destruction of Somaliland, as they wishes on a daily basis.... :D

 

But, I guess, as they say, every man has his own version of what he is only equal to or could only hope so.

 

Hence, theirs is to hope a "misspoken pronouncement" by one single politician can bring the "doom-and-gloom" of Somaliland ever closer, to their satisfaction.

 

And mine, and those of us who are Somalilanders, are essentially to laugh that sense of desperate hope of theirs, which is that waiting for that "godly miracles" on their behalf.

 

And, therefore, that I guess is what you will call (in your uncynical mode): fair is fair, indeed... :D

 

Regards,

Oodweyne.

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Oodweyne   

Mr. Suldaanka,

 

I agree with you on the money there. It just that I hope we should see more “electioneering light” than a “befuddling heat” from them; which is what these sort of washing your dirty launderings in public that you have mentioned there, will amount to, at the end of the day.

 

Secondly, one only hope that political parties in Somaliland will give a rest their version of electioneering that is so singularly akin to that tired "Republican's party dirty tricks play book" for once, and therefore, engage the public with a serious sense of what their larger political agenda for the nation is.

 

But, I guess I may be destined to be disappointed there, since it's the case that the Somaliland's political parties only know one trick (like so much of one pony trick, indeed) which is to "slander/libel/bad-mouth" your political opponent of a party; instead of talking to the public as to what the merit of the case that you wish the public to judge on you could amount to in the final analysis.

 

Regards,

Oodweyne.

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Oodweyne   

Mr. Suldaanka,

 

I agree with you on the money there. It just that I hope we should see more “electioneering light” than a “befuddling heat” from them; which is what these sort of washing your dirty launderings in public that you have mentioned there, will amount to, at the end of the day.

 

Secondly, one only hope that political parties in Somaliland will give a rest their version of electioneering that is so singularly akin to that tired "Republican's party dirty tricks play book" for once, and therefore, engage the public with a serious sense of what their larger political agenda for the nation is.

 

But, I guess I may be destined to be disappointed there, since it's the case that the Somaliland's political parties only know one trick (like so much of one pony trick, indeed) which is to "slander/libel/bad-mouth" your political opponent of a party; instead of talking to the public as to what the merit of the case that you wish the public to judge on you could amount to in the final analysis.

 

Regards,

Oodweyne.

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Oodwayne, that I seemed revelled in the sense of camaraderie offered by the VP's comments regarding Somali unity was not an attempt to “bad-mouth” Somaliland. Xaasha Awoowe! Nor is my general interest on the issue a dilettante enthusiasm as far as Somaliland’s internal politics is concerned. Aside from your witty attempt to box me in the dreary world of political ‘neutrality” (noted :D ), is there anything on my post that is to be regarded as indelicate in the normal sense Mujaahid?

 

PS: To those who didn't pay attention (NONGONE hates them), LST's support for Siilaanyo and Kulmiye goes back to 2003.. LST celebrated first, and was later disappointed when Riyaale did his magic. :D

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Oodwayne, that I seemed revelled in the sense of camaraderie offered by the VP's comments regarding Somali unity was not an attempt to “bad-mouth” Somaliland. Xaasha Awoowe! Nor is my general interest on the issue a dilettante enthusiasm as far as Somaliland’s internal politics is concerned. Aside from your witty attempt to box me in the dreary world of political ‘neutrality” (noted :D ), is there anything on my post that is to be regarded as indelicate in the normal sense Mujaahid?

 

PS: To those who didn't pay attention (NONGONE hates them), LST's support for Siilaanyo and Kulmiye goes back to 2003.. LST celebrated first, and was later disappointed when Riyaale did his magic. :D

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