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20 minutes ago, Che -Guevara said:

Tillamook,

 

Family on family whipping is acceptable so as long as the dreaded south is kept away and boy, isn't Biixi stoking the stance with this let's close the border mantra.

 

Che, 

 

Biixi’s only goal and objective for starting trouble in Sool is to distract the public in Hargaysa from the ever widening scandals of his Jeegaan coalition and honestly his political calculations or miscalculations,  might or might not work.

 

Only time will tell.😀

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Oodweyne   

Tillamook:D

 

Ma annaan garan markaan idhi "halamash dhabayaco", garaadkeedu iyo garashadeedu "lab-na" maaha "dhadig-na" maaha, oo haddii la qiimeeyo, waxa la odhan karaa in uu aqligoodu uu shabaho, wax aan ka fo-geyn, "aqli labeeb ah", oo kaas ayaa loogu imanayaa, reerkaas, in aad "hurdadaa kasoo tooseeyso. Oo aad halkan "saliida iyo basiinka" isku dari doonto. Markaa, saaxiib, gartey halkay hadalkeygu kaa "damqey" ee aad kasoo boodey. 

 

Hase ahaatee, Garxajis iyo Habar-Yonis, waa yaqaaniin hadal iyo xaajo si loo yidhi si kalana looga jeedo. Taas-na waxaq aan u leeyahay, in badan oo "faqashtii" ah, oo xiniinyo ay Somaliland wax kaga qaadaan iska waayey, oo "Halamash Dhabayaco" ugu horeyso, waxa ay filayeen (amaba ay ku duceysanayeen) in ay arkaan Habar-Yonis,  oo ooda soo jabsan doonto, doorashii dabadeed.

 

Oo dabadeed-na ay iyagu, "wiilal dhabayaco" ay noo soo "wiirsasho" iyo "daawasho" tagi doonaan, anagoo Reer Sh Isaxaaq ah oo isku "shuf-beelayna". Oo dabadeed-na halkaas ay ku aasmi doonto Somaliland iyo wixii tacab ahaa ee loo soo galay. 

 

Markaa, saaxiib, ninkii uga aqliga badnaa cid ka tafiiranda beesha Ogaadeen. ee Qamaan Bulxan la odhan jirey, ayaa mid adoo kale ah oo "laba-reerood" isku "Soofeynaya" oo namiimle ah, horey hadal taariikhda sooyaalka Soomaliyeed galay ugu yidhi, erayadaas oo ahaa:

 

  • Caliyoow da'daan ahay waqaa, looma duurxulo e

  • Duq gaboobey iyo wiil yarbaa, loo dedaa hadale

  • Diirkaan ka garan xaajadaad, dabaqa saarteene

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  • Baadida ninbaa kula deydeya, daalna kaa badane

  • Oon doonahayn inaad heshana, daayin abidkaaye.

 

Markaa, saaxiib, waxba haku "Jeenyo-daalin" raadis iyo baadhis aan "beerka kaaga oolin" oo aad u gasho "guul siyaasadeed" oo ka luntey Beel-weynta Garxajis, oo ku ambatey "degaan Subeer-Awal" leeyahay intii ay guushaasi "galbiska" ugu soo jirtey bari iyo "Caro Habar-Yonis".

 

Sababta oo ah, Beri-ba guushaasi iyada oo "Taaj-xidhan" oo wadar-galbis ah lagu wado, oo waliba, Subeer Awal-na gabdho ah "gashaantimooyin guur lagu hibeeyo" kuwa laga xulo oo "xaal-bixis" iyo "Godob-reebis" loo soo raacsiiyey "galbiska guushaas", oo ku darsoo, Habar-jeclo-na, wixii ay hibo u laheyd, ee ahaa "gabay iyo geeraar" ay Caynaba ilaa Oodweyne guusha "taashka xidhan" kula soo shalaadineysay, dhinac-socedkeedawalle, "wareega guushaasi" wey iman "Carro Haber-Yoonis". goor ay noqota-ba. Oo ana ciyaar "Jaandheer" ah, oo aan ku janto "Jagadaas" waan la "jeenyo-boodi" anoo Oodweyne jooga.

 

Sidaa-daraateed,  saaxiib, waxba hala "jee-jeesan", "jees-jees" iyo "jibo-jaban" oo aad "jeedineyso", oo aad leedahay "Jeegaan baa wax jabsatey" oo "jeedal ku jaan-goosatey"  .

 

Sababta oo ah, mar haddii aan ogahay in inta aanu "jaar", ama "Jamaaca" ama "Jaal" kuwada nahay "Jirista" dalkeyga, in ay naga dhaxeyso "isu-joojin" iyo "isla-jaanqaad", jaajuus-ow, "jeegaani jeedkale maaha ee waa jidhkey". 

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Barwaaqo   
7 hours ago, Oodweyne said:

jaajuus-ow, "jeegaani jeedkale maaha ee waa jidhkey". 

Sowdigan abtirsaday ee ‘jiinlay’ tixeed daahfuray!

 

Jaajuuskii jeerinkuu jilba dhigtoo  jaqaf iyo jabaq  buu  jeedaalinayaa.

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Oodweyne   

Barwaaqo, Walaalo, waa runtaayo, waxaan idhi:

 

"...Jaa-juus, jiiqle-jiiqle ah, oo Jiibis iyo jikaar-nimana jantay, jihadunna ka jeedsan tahay, in aan jawaab ja-jabis ah oo joojiso iyo jideeya u noqda, oo aan waliba si jan-jeedh ah ugu jeenyo-xidho waa jidkiisa...."

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Tillamook,

 

Musa and Jeegaanta are unrepentant. I saw a video of him chiding Ciro and essentially tell him to shut up and get with the program. I believe this was answer to something Ciro said in Borame.

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Che,

 

Ciro claims that Biixi cannot fall asleep every night unless he telephones Mudane Farmaajo ( The President of the big bad wolf in the south) which it seems has offended the new president of the Jeegan by his reaction.😆

 

Ultimately,  it is fair to say that the true casus belli between the Xiniinyo (Garxajis) and Xiniinyo dabadood (The Jeegaan coalition) is all about which of  them will lead somaliland during the eventual normalization of relations with the Farmaajo led Federal government of Somalia. 

 

By the by, the Jeegan accused Ciro of the same very thing when they accused him of having had secret talks with Farmajo during the supposed “elections” and now Ciro is merely returning the favor...😁

 

 

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Lol😀

 

That was very unpresidential, but still,  you gots to give it to Biixi: The old man fadhikudirirka si fiican buu u yaqaanaa.

 

Kulahaa , “ Ciro Saas buu yidhi baa la i dhahay, markaas cajiladii baan soo qaatay si aan u dhagaysto...”

 

Odeygu shaqalaan badanaa...ha ha ha 😆

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Holac   

Why is Mr. Bihi speaking like he is still running an election campaign? He is the president of all Somaliland. Mr. Bihi doesn't need to focus on what the opposition says or doesn't say.  He should be tackling important issues facing Somaliland. The election is over. 

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Xiiniinyo iyo Xiniinyo Dabadood is a just a talk, SL is a 3 habro project, if two of the habro gang up against the other, the other is finnished.Xabadda hadhey baday ka cabbi.This what F Waraabe also said.

 

As can be seen here, again fear of others is great but for how long. This Jenaanta stuff is a death sentence for this project unless Biihi admin address quickly.

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Oodweyne   

I think you guys (i.e., Tillamook and Che) are making a mountain out of a miserably molehill. And by that I mean, of course, the government is very "sensitive" about any allegation of winning the election with all sort of "skulduggery, underhand tactics, and a down-right good old fashion straight-forward electoral theft". But that is the nature of the democratic election. Or at least, it's fashionable to hear talks of that kind nowadays.

 

Consequently, even if there is a "smidgen of truth" of what the opposition is alleging (and I was on the ground in Awdal region, so I saw what I saw, which gives a "credence" to the opposition charge's sheet) the point is that the government need to "develop" a "thick skin" about all of these "kick-to-the-groin" of their "political legitimacy", in which opposition will do it out of sheer political opportunism marinated with forethought intentional malice on the part of opposition.

 

And that should be expected, since, that is the farce of modern democracy nowadays, as you can easily see how Democrats in America never allow a one single day to pass in complete peacefulness without reminding Mr Trump that he is "stooge" of the Russians and he even lost the popular votes back in 2016 US's presidential election.

 

And this, of course, predictably, in turn will drive Mr Trump into "carpet-chewing-madness" and endless distraction, coupled with a "twitter meltdown" on his part, particularly, about the blasted and the "crooked Hillary" and the Democrat's various alleged short-comings in his estimation.

 

Hence, President Biixi can't really allow himself to "fall" into the same "political and emotional trap", Mr Trumps, falls into every blasted morning when he wakes up, and then sees, yet again, that the opposition Democratic party (or perhaps Senator Chuck Schumer or Ms Nancy Pelosi out from that ever so hippy San-Francisco) have been having a "dig" at him about his "stooge-ism" to foreign power, about his myriad short-comings and whatnot.

 

And, of course, like a day follows a night, Mr Trump, will take it to the Twitter in-order to "answer" back his democratic critics. Which means, the wretched day (whole of it) the nation's business will not get a look-in at the White-House

 

And that again will mean, the "governing business of the day" for America is essentially over because nothing with get done at the White-House, since, Mr Trump in his "enraged condition" will not have any mental spare-capacity to even think about, such mundane things, like whether the nation will pay its bill. Or whether the federal government will close for business at the time being, since national budget can't be agreed upon in the corridors of the Capitol Hill.

 

So it's important, in similar sense (and I would say, it's a doubly important) that, Mr Biixi, develop the tactics to smile at the "digs" of the opposition, and he must, ever so mightily resist the "temptation" to call a press conference every time the opposition says something bad about him, so that he can "answer" them back. And he must continue to govern for the nation.

 

He should also keep reminding every one, that, the election is over (whatever one thinks of it, particularly the manner in which it was done). And for good measure, invite, Mr Cirro (and his Wadani party) that if they are minded to have any worthwhile public policy proposals of theirs to be considered by the government, which in turn could turn out to be half-way close of being "recognized" as a "constructive suggestion" from their end, particularly as it could concern as to how to move the nation forward, then, his presidential office is always open to him and to his party. This is the interests of Somaliland, which is far cry from the notion of "re-litigating" this blasted passed presidential election.

 

As for Mr Cirro, I know (or at least I can surmised) that, losing an election, is every difficult subject to let go or to move on from it, at least emotionally. Particularly, when you knew in your heart, that if it wasn't the "sordid underhand things" that have happened, you would by now be the elected president of the nation. But it's important for the nation that he should do that and move on (both politically and emotionally) as speedily as possible.

 

Of course, it goes without saying, that it took in fact, President Silanyo, a whole two years to even come to a civil terms of being willing to have a polite conversation with President Rayale after Mr Silanyo lost the 2003 presidential election by mere 80 votes to Mr Rayale.

 

And I fervently hope that Mr Cirro is not planning to ruin Mr Biixi's every morning by reminding him that, he, Mr Cirro, and his party, had actually, "loaned" the presidency of Somaliland to Mr Biixi and his Kulmiye party for the next 5 years. For this is what he said it in Borama the other day in his Wadani's party get-together with his party's supporters in Awdal region.

 

And, of course, that sort of talk of "loaning" the presidency of the country to a sitting president, was actually what "triggered" an emotional response and really "angered" or deeply hurt Mr Biixi in no end.

 

And it seems this "constant harping" on about the "misdeeds of this passed election by Mr Cirro and his Wadani party will continue to drive Mr Biixi up the wall and make him forget the business of the nation in which he was elected to do. 

 

All in all, Mr Cirro, really need to "grow-up". Or his party's bigwigs, really need to remind him that the election is over, Sir. And he should get with the nation's program, and not try to distract the nation's elected government with this endless whining about how he was "robbed blind".

 

In other words, he needs to "man the hell up" and stop this endless school yard's "taunting" of the president, since that will be impact negatively the nation's destiny.

 

As for Mr Biixi, he needs to develop a "thick skin" (and he should do that pretty fast) otherwise, it will be the case that for the nest 5 years we will be treated with an endless whining of allegation of "stolen" election by the opposition, on one hand. And an elected sitting government that does nothing for the nation, other than being busy trying to defend itself against such a "public laceration" from the opposition party.

 

Finally, I think it will be best of all possible world, if, during the next few months, both leaders found themselves being "reined-in" by their subordinates in their respective parties, so that they both could "concentrate" what is important to the nation, as opposed to "settling private and endless scores" with one another in public.

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Oodweyne   
31 minutes ago, Xisaabiye said:

lot of wailers and pc niggers on here¬¬

 

Since, by the looks of it, you are freshly and newby around here, lets me first of all welcome you to this joint. And say, for good measure, that, it's bit ragged on the edges. But still for what is worth, it makes up what it loses on "trendiness" for the sheer ability its denizens and its "old staggers" around this parish have in "spotting" easily any clever-by-half "tiresome pseud" (like you in here), who in turn may be trying to pass himself off as a "fountain of profundity".

 

Hence, as one of the oldest codgers (in-terms of how long one is being a long-standing member of this parish), my sagacious and somewhat "marginalia advise" to you would be:

 

",,,,That it's better to remain silent and be thought a fool than to speak out and remove all doubt...."

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galbeedi   

Deep down, Muuse Biixi knows that he is not a real leader. Chairman Cirro conceded defeat to avoid war between a corrupt and evil government and his supporters. Biixi has started that war avoided by Cirro. That is the irony. He was given a chance to right wrongs, yet he decided to fill the government to Jeegaan and embark a war.

 

He was always  an enforcer throughout his life time, and enforcers cannot become leaders in overnight.He should know that he will be getting tough medicine from Waddani from now on.

 

What kind of a leader starts a war twenty days into his administration. Hubris, famine, unemployment and war will bring him down before the opposition shoots its first shot.

 

Reading Oodweyne's long essay about what took place in last election makes me rethink about what everyone around SOL claims to be. I am really suspicious about Oodweyne claiming to be from West Burco community.

 

OOdweyne,

 

First, you conceded that the election was stolen with Somali language without elaborating what took place . If you were on the ground , and witnesses what took place, people need to know in order to correct for future elections. Rather than address the issue as institutional melt down and stealing of the election by unrepentant Ina Biixi and those who looted Somaliland for seven years, you talks about cousins taking camels from their , " Sida geel la amaahiyey". Well, did nt chairman Ciroo said i Borama the same thing about crooks who took stolen goods that will be brought back. 

 

Second, OOdweyne is expecting that those who stole the camels will bring back with with gifts. That kind of attitude is why a party like Kulmiye decided to contest the election rather than being disgraced for their looting of public property, corruption and nepotism. In 2010, Somaliland had a functioning parliament that had challenged the executive branch in issues of budgeting, term limits and apointmens. It has a Guurti that raced to reach and resolve any conflict that emerged among neighboring clans. All that was destroyed by seven years of institutional destruction. Today, you have a system without a functioning parliament or Guurti. The economy is in the tanks. How much was a cup of tea and cake in the hotels?. probably three dollars or close just like here in Canada. That and many more reasons demand a tough and strong opposition to dislodge the government from these evil people.

 

If the opposition had challenged every misstep and misappropriation of the government, Kulmiye would have disappeared from the stage than run for reelection. In the real world, disgraced parties and their leaders either quit or are crushed in the election. Since chairman Cirro was seeking votes from a tribal society which are loyal to their tribal man even if he deprived them of life and liberty, he lowered his accusations and attacks against the old , sick and senior leader for the hopes of getting votes from his community. 

 

So, Mr. Oodweyne, you did not tell us what took place or how the election was stolen. You did concede that the election was rigged, yet you chose not to say how , especially in English. Furthermore, you want Waddani to be quiet and get the government agenda. Well, my friend that is exactly the strategy that could only designed by the Jeegaan. You seem to be overprotective of Muuse Biixi. If you don't tell us how the rigging took place, then Biixi and company might just repeat again.

 

The Waddani party will be no longer passive and supplicant to the Kulmiye who denied the people of Somaliland peace, harmony, unity and justice. The campaign to defeat Muuse Biixi had started they day he was sworn in. His every move will be scrutinized. If that gives him some sleepless nights, he should know that we haven't even started the game.. 

 

By the way,  Oodweyne, since you traveled both east and west, which one has more population between Burco and Borama/. Everyone I talk to told me that , " Burco waxay u soo guurtay Hargeisa', and Borama tripled in size.

 

 

 

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Oodweyne   

Galbeedi,

 

Saaxiib, there are lots you said in here, along with the notion of throwing a cheap insult into the bargain of your argument, rather liberally. And this of course, needs a through going "verbal frisking" of it, at least from my end. Which I intent to do it, tomorrow, since now is rather late in London. And I need to go to sleep. For tomorrow is a working day. And besides, I already have done enough "merry-go-round-blogging" for the night around this parish.

 

Hence,  I shall pick up in here by tomorrow's lunch time, to continue to show you the error of your ways, particularly of your habitual "penchant" of never seeing the "glass-in-half-full" where Somaliland is concern, as opposed to always assuming (and even swearing it) that the glass is half empty, and therefore, predictably, gnashing your teeth at those who you hold fully responsible for such a dastardly outcome. 

 

But that being the case as of now (and leaving that subject for tomorrow), still in the meantime, I can't let it go till tomorrow without answering your "innuendo" of my "lineage".

 

Saaxiib, that really is beneath you. For I have been around this parish since 2003 (or there about) and I have never met anyone before now and you, who could even have "temerity" to suggest that I am not who I claim to be.

 

You see, saxxiib, you don't have to worry your little head about other's people's lineage. Or whether they are from West Burco or not. And the reason for that, as hard as it may be for you to accept this, is that some of us have a principle (that tattered old chestnut, if you could recall it).

 

And mine is Somaliland. Not the interest my Muse-Carre's sub-clan, not to that which brings the rush of blood to the collective heads of Habar-Yonis's clan, or not even to what brings smile (a contended one, no less) to the weather-beaten faces of your average Duriyadda's collection of Faraxs, that are to be found in the sun-scorched earth of Somaliland's territories.

 

But to me everything begins and end with the idea of "holding" aloft the very precise existence of Somaliland, against all comers and against all enemies (both foreign and domestic),

 

That is why I supported, with heart and with head (no less) a former NSS snitch-man of an officer, who ended up being the president of Somaliland when half of my Habar-Yonis's clan would have "spit" on your face of being associated with such person. Although to be fair in here, the other half would have been happy to go to war for him, if only were he to have asked them to do so, particularly if President Rayale was that kind of blood-thirsty politician, which luckily for all of us he wasn't.

 

So, saaxiib, unlike you, who moves from being a Somali unionist die-hard one day to fair-weather Somaliland's patriot the following day, and back again in the same lane to your original starting point, depending on the mood you are in that given day, and perhaps depending or whether the folks of Gabiley and Borama are having in that particular week their usual and endless "neighborly tiffs" (just like us in Burco between East and West communities), I, on the other hand will let you know this "a simple fact".

 

And that is the day Somaliland proclaimed its independence back in 18th May of 1991 in Burco  (which I was there physically, lucky enough), I took, in my heart-of-heart. a "vow of destiny" (bordering on a "religious oath"), which in turn henceforth was to  operate as "my guiding political principle" (till dearth do us a part). And such principle was to "adhere", faithfully, come what may, to the causes and the concern of Somaliland.

 

And if your flimsy mind could, in all honesty, "compute" that "logical assertion", you will get somewhere close in understanding as to why I don't put the interest of Habar-Yonis or that of Duriyadda in general higher than what the interests of Somaliland could happens to be at any juncture of time.

 

And I will further let you know, that, at this precise moment in time, its the interests of Somaliland that the current government in place must succeed (and be seen to succeed) with flying colors, no less, when it comes to all of the "political endeavors" that are waiting the nation's leaders.

 

And its not the interests of the country to spend the nation's political energies to keep on "verbally parsing" what Mr Biixi and Mr Cirro may have said to each other in their latest "Political tiff" and in their latest "press conferences". And the reason I said that, is that such fruitless "intellectual masturbation" could only be of "all consuming interests"! to those who wish to see internal division of the country retarding the nation's march to any would-be promising sun-lit upland it can summoned collectively itself to mount to (as it were).

 

Which means that I am not "over-protective" of Mr Muse-Biixi or of his alleged "Jeegaanta agenda". But rather, I am mindful, almost obsessively, of what could advance the interests of Somaliland. That is what motivate me, my friend. Not the tiresome pronouncement of the usual "here-today-gone-tomorrow-politicians". Not their electoral politics and the tribal coalition building exercise they must indulge-in and engaged-in just to win popular power from the voters. 

 

As for the rest of your usual spleen about the place, I shall take it apart by tomorrow's lunch-time, with pleasure and with panache.

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