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Paragon   

We've been entertained. And in return we have entertained. But there are others (like SLanders) who are in great demand for the spotlight - for just a little while.

 

A little time enough for NGONGE to write fairy stories Hargeysa's today events and Oodweeyne's gusto-filled (and mind you complete with its highlights, italics, "inverted comas") write ups. :D

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Tuujiye   

looool@ Paragon...

Ngonge usheeg ragaan in sawir la'aan ee sheekada sonkor l'aan tahay...

 

 

Wareer Badanaa!!!

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Oodweyne   

Haye, Paragon,... :D:D

 

It seems to me that when you run out of argument about how you were so sure that Somaliland's election will turn violent; or at the very least it will be disputed by all, as well seeing how every doom-and-gloom of the scaremongering kind, that you have prophesies for Somaliland, turn out to be so much of a drivel, that you have decided to give us bit more of that "spit-warm-nonsense" of yours about what others have had the occasion to entertained you with, heh, dear lad.. :D

 

Perhaps, it never did occurred to you, but, it was always the case that what one was telling you about his people's political calibre and what they are capable of achieving it, when and if they set their mind to it, was much closer to the truth than what you in your Coventry's hide-out like to believe about us, lest you disturb yourself about your nightly sleep, indeed... ;)

 

Secondly, dear lad, if you have the grace and the comport of the manly born, indeed, then, one could of said it, that you would of seen to it not to be so cheaply churlish about us, particularly in day like this one, indeed.

 

And, furthermore, you would of seen to it to eat a large "dollop of humble-pie", in-terms of how you were always wrong about your estimation of others. Since, they were never in that so miserable of a league of ability, in which any number of "Maakhirian's Lemmings" of our acquaintance are only too content and too happy to be at it, indeed.

 

particularly, in that manner that so befits of the social station that is a distinct "second class citizenship" in one's home political turf (of all places); as it it the case where the lot of this "Maakhir constituency" is concern, particularly, when it comes to the "political figure" they cut at least within Pirate-land itself, indeed... ;)

 

And, finally, let me end in here and say that in this life (particularly of the political kind) some men were born to be "masters of their destiny" (come what may); particularly, as the doings of Hargeisa in today ceremony will attest to, in so far as any passing interesting onlooker is concern, indeed.

 

Whilst, others, are, rather tragically, those in whose their lot in life, is to be chase from pillar to post and back again, particularly in their own home turf (of all places), by another self-serving political clique (who should of been their political equal in the first place), while at the same time, all manner of "deadly accusations" is ringing in their hurried ears, as the comical farce that is happening in and around "Galgala" mountainous terrain, as we speak in here of SOL right now, will attest to anyone, indeed.

 

All in all, that, my friend, is the "picture" (of the political kind) that is worth a thousand words, in which, you must keep yourself warm with it; particularly in most night as you head to bed and contemplate, leisurely, as to how others are faring politically in comparison to your ilk and the "teeming lemmings" that are from that neck-of-the-wood in which you hailed from, indeed. :cool:

 

Regards,

Oodweyne.

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Paragon   

^Oodweyne, lol. You and your complex. Waxba ma jiraan adeer.

 

Waa dad wada dhashoo is yara fahmi waayey. Odeyeeyna leeyihiin, adeer.

 

Oodweyne,you know, I think Siilaanyo is not a courteous man. Do you know why I say that? Let me first go off-stop briefly. I am very impressed with Riyaale's farewell speech and I now think he would have made a better leader than Siilaanyo but only if he was fortune enough to have been born from *****. You know it is easy to recongnise the stature of true statemanship on his last gasp of political demise; how honourable and compassing his speech grows; how meloncholic and sagacious he retells struggles past; dirty wars fought and what have you.

 

He does all that expecting nothing, almost nothing except, ofcourse, a little acknowledging 'THANK YOU' from his inheritor. That is if that inheritor ISN'T SIILAANYO. All other prospective candidates would hurl a mean, if not pitiful, 'thank you' at a humbled ex-leader like Riyaale, who'll busk in that thank you's verbal bredth and width, in as much as he elasticate it. But Alas, Siilaanyo disapointed all, Durriyada-style ... He behaved on that political podium like a glutton on supple, tender dheeylo meat. What a shame!

 

Let me know when he remembers to say thank you to Riyaale, will you?

:D

 

[ July 29, 2010, 12:15 PM: Message edited by: Libaax-Sankataabte ]

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Oodweyne   

^^^Mr. Paragon,.... :D:D

 

Now, tell me, my friend, is it the case that, all of a sudden it's the "fault" of President Silanyo, allegedly, in which you are interesting in here? Particularly, after we in Somaliland have amply demostrated to you, that, what others think of us, is really the least of our worries; and furthermore, we usually achieve what we sets our eyes on it, regardless of how many "fervent prayers" (of the malignant kind) that others send to our side, so that we may fail in our task, indeed... ;)

 

Now, my friend, that wont do in here (i.e., moving to "goal post" to suit your agenda in here); and, therefore, see to it not to try a "clever-by-half" game in here. Since, others already could see that you are mightily dissapointed that nothing of what you wanted it to happen to Somaliland has ever occurred in that recent election, indeed.. :D

 

As for the President Rayale is concern, well we always known that he was a "patriot of the first distinction", despite what his enemies and political opponents may have said of him. Hence, it's no surprise to me that the manner of his leaving office was equal to his too ofter "hidden political decency", in which those who have dealt with him throughout the years in office knew all along that he indeed possessed it.

 

As for the "thank you note" in which you are referring to in here; well, all I can say is that we must have watched two different ceremony. For, I have seen President Silanyo saying soo many ways a heartfelt appreciation to all concern; particularly to his predecessor in office, indeed.

 

But, still, for what is worth, I gather, "impressionistic perception" of any kind (particularly of the kind you are referring to in here), was never something that two persons could have a similar take on it. Hence, that sort of argument of yours (i.e., what you thought President Silanyo may or may not come across) isn't really the stuff that high political debate of any kind ought to be made of, indeed icon_razz.gif

 

Regards,

Oodweyne.

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Cowke   

Why wrap up puntland news? Whats the point of posting somaliland news, dont u get sick of the same lies and jibberish. Posting articles of some ghost writer in a basement or merfish about somaliland doesnt help the locals there sxb. When was the last time a real project was done in somaliland to benefit the people? Post developmental stories and usually u will find ZILCH.

 

Thats why somaliland news doesnt interest me, because wax la taban karo uma gabato shicibkooda. The only thing i seen this whole year from somaliland was a damn hospital in gabiley pathetic really.

 

Where-as Puntland is creating naval base and employing thousands of naval recruits when its done and recieving huge slice from the $250 million brussell grant given to sharif to maintain the navy.

 

The airport projects in 3 major cities plus 3 major hospital projects plus the port renovation. 30 Private investment firms opening up towers in puntland according to mubarak construction. There is the hayados who are creating dams/wells/canals and employing thousands of people in the countryside. Education is spreading like fire and puntland certificates are recognized by ethiopia and sudan and our students can go to their universities with local highschool certificate from puntland. An electoral commitee has been set up to transition the state into multi party democracy.

 

So why stop puntland news? if u assess what the locals are gettin in puntland and compare it to what your locals are getting do the maths sxb. Posting articles from some merfish ridden journalist articles wont put food on hargeisa avg qowdhan table. Think before u speak!!!

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Oodweyne   

Cowke,... :D:D

 

So, in your estimation, pirate-land has something we in Somaliland lack, other than a bare-face teeming criminality of the high-seas and whatnot; not to say nothing about the latest "miserable stunt" of labeling your own cousins in Dhahar enviroment as latest "terrorist-wanabe" of this world... :confused:

 

And, you think that we may have something or two to learn from the likes of you; particularly of the kind that is worth shouting about from the nearest roof-top; heh, my friend?... ;)

 

What a pity this is, dear lad. In other words, delusions and it's mental disfigurement of the worst kind, does not even come close in really covering the pitiful sight in which your arguments will come across to others, indeed.

 

But, then, again, that is our never-failing-to-be-spectacle Mr. Cowke of SOL in action, indeed; and nothing else... icon_razz.gif

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NASSIR   

Siilaanyo disapointed all, Durriyada-style ...
He behaved on that political podium like a glutton on supple, tender dheeylo meat.
What a shame!

Lol.

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Oodweyne   

^^^Mr. Nassir,.... :D:D

 

Me thinks that what seemed to have got in wedgeway manner the "proverbial gullet" of dear old Mr. Paragon in here; and therefore, occassioned that sputtering spleen of his is this bit of a "nice encapsulation" of how, politically, the "stack cards" of his "Community" reads now; at least, in comparison to others, indeed. Which was when I have said this the other day:

 

And, finally, let me end in here and say that in this life (particularly of the political kind) some men were born to be "masters of their destiny" (come what may); particularly, as the doings of Hargeisa in today ceremony will attest to, in so far as any passing interesting onlooker is concern, indeed.

 

Whilst, others, are, rather tragically, those in whose their lot in life, is to be chase from pillar to post and back again, particularly in their own home turf (of all places), by another self-serving political clique (who should of been their political equal in the first place), while at the same time, all manner of "deadly accusations" is ringing in their hurried ears, as the comical farce that is happening in and around "Galgala" mountainous terrain, as we speak in here of SOL right now, will attest to anyone, indeed.

 

All in all, that, my friend, is the "picture" (of the political kind) that is worth a thousand words, in which, you must keep yourself warm with it; particularly in most night as you head to bed and contemplate, leisurely, as to how others are faring politically in comparison to your ilk and the "teeming lemmings" that are from that neck-of-the-wood in which you hailed from, indeed.

icon_razz.gif :cool:

 

Regards,

Oodweyne.

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Cowke   

Just more garbage from the same clan that is the same position politically for 20 years. Shoo boys you wont get recognized anytime soon and will remain insignificant and treated like a jinni. U know what they say about jinnis. The jin has a presence but is invisible and thats exactly the state of your political position today.

 

Your garbage filth from qowdhan infested site is what has kept u 20 years stuck as a jinni lol. Now let me look. Would i prefer to be normal person and living in warfare? or be jinni that lives in peace? Is tough question which both are not good positions to be in.

 

I prefer puntland. Wa mamul and relatively peaceful region. Prospering and growing. Has installed their vision of federalism at the tfg and is supported by the world. Remember puntland was federal state since 1998 we didnt just become federal in 2004 when abdullahi yusuf came to power. The world knew our policies and they knew full well when abdullahi became president he would install the federal dream and the dream has been passed onto sharif to sell to his ppl which is not going as planned but their always the option of force and IGAD is arranging that option

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