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Johnny B   

"Mina kusiner nere i Somalia"  means  "my cousins down in Somalia"

 

Where did you glue "Somaliland  Entrepreneurs" into it?

delusion^2 

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1 hour ago, Johnny B said:

"Mina kusiner nere i Somalia"  means  "my cousins down in Somalia"

 

Where did you glue "Somaliland  Entrepreneurs" into it?

delusion^2 

I know the guys in real life.  

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Oodweyne   
4 hours ago, Johnny B said:

"Mina kusiner nere i Somalia"  means  "my cousins down in Somalia"

 

Where did you glue "Somaliland  Entrepreneurs" into it?

delusion^2 

 

You seem to be a pedantic in argument wise, but thoughtless in meaning. Hence, yours is one those empty retort that at first blush (or at first reading) come across as if they have a real weight behind it. But on second reading, gets to be exposed as a silly assertions that has no larger impact.

In other words, the sense of the argument in which the meaning of "Somaliland" was carrying was not intended to be "obtained" from a mere literal reading of the text. But rather as a larger meaning of "who those guys" actually are.

And you could of easily understood it as to what he was getting at if you weren't so pedantically-minded in here, my friend. And that "easy-of-understanding" of the gist of thing ought to be a second nature to any Somali, actually.

For example, if I were to say that a dear friend of mine from the "looters Incorporated" side of the Somali peninsula, or friend of friend who is from the "Scrap-Merchants" side of the Somalia, has actually won a "start-up" fund from someone, then that ought to really mean that you should really know who he is in "lineage-wise" without you pedantically interjected silly lines about how there is no approved designation of names in the Somalia that in turn tells you about where the territories of "Looters Inc" and "Scrap-Merchants" begins or end. Or who these folks were supposed to be. You see the point in here, my friend.

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Johnny B   
8 hours ago, Oodweyne said:

 

You seem to be a pedantic in argument wise, but thoughtless in meaning. Hence, yours is one those empty retort that at first blush (or at first reading) come across as if they have a real weight behind it. But on second reading, gets to be exposed as a silly assertions that has no larger impact.

In other words, the sense of the argument in which the meaning of "Somaliland" was carrying was not intended to be "obtained" from a mere literal reading of the text. But rather as a larger meaning of "who those guys" actually are.

And you could of easily understood it as to what he was getting at if you weren't so pedantically-minded in here, my friend. And that "easy-of-understanding" of the gist of thing ought to be a second nature to any Somali, actually.

For example, if I were to say that a dear friend of mine from the "looters Incorporated" side of the Somali peninsula, or friend of friend who is from the "Scrap-Merchants" side of the Somalia, has actually won a "start-up" fund from someone, then that ought to really mean that you should really know who he is in "lineage-wise" without you pedantically interjected silly lines about how there is no approved designation of names in the Somalia that in turn tells you about where the territories of "Looters Inc" and "Scrap-Merchants" begins or end. Or who these folks were supposed to be. You see the point in here, my friend.

 

I think it's quite obvious from your part  that my redicule on the meaning of "Somaliland" in this very context (as you understood it) was lost on you.

ofcourse, the clanish sentiment under which you secessionists labour ditcates to adress those you share clan lineage with as "Somalilanders", but you're off your rocker when you refer to a Somali who says he sends money back to Somalia as a "Somalilander", simpley  because of his clan lineage, and at the very minute turn around claim that the secession is not clanish.

I think if the concealed wisdom of "Somaliland" is clan affiliations , it is a cold day in Hell .

cheese  and chalk my Guru.

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Oodweyne   
1 hour ago, Johnny B said:

I think it's quite obvious from your part  that my redicule on the meaning of "Somaliland" in this very context (as you understood it) was lost on you.

ofcourse, the clanish sentiment under which you secessionists labour ditcates to adress those you share clan lineage with as "Somalilanders", but you're off your rocker when you refer to a Somali who says he sends money back to Somalia as a "Somalilander", simpley  because of his clan lineage, and at the very minute turn around claim that the secession is not clanish.

 

I think if the concealed wisdom of "Somaliland" is clan affiliations , it is a cold day in Hell .

cheese  and chalk my Guru

 

I couldn't make sense of it in the most. But I got the gist of it, anyway. And in that sense, let me say we Somalis are quite known "political species" to one. Hence, it's not a novelty to hold the view that say if you see someone claiming to be from Somaliland, or at least someone who in favor of her independence, you could be sure that probability of that person being a "Beeshe-Dhexe" or from Awdal is high. And it's high of almost in the 80 percent territories of probable statistical outcome.

Hence, it really isn't novel (or earth-shattering news) to read some saying that these guys (or so and so) are from Somaliland, and and then assume from that, what kind of "clan-lineage" they actually have, even if they say we from Somalia.

Consequently, my argument is that once you have read Mr Suldaanka talking about Somaliland's entrepreneurs getting a "start-up" funding, that should be enough of "an indication"(or a clue) as to what he was getting at without you being pedantic enough to say: "but, aha, they say they are Somalia and they send money there". You see the point that I am making in here, my friend.   

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Oodweyne   
11 minutes ago, Dahireeto said:

Did you have to throw in Awdal just to make it little more legit? :) 

 

 

 

I hope you weren't seriously misled by the fantasy of our dearly departed brother from this parish, namely, our esteemed colleague by the name of Mr Galbeedi. Given he fact he had a tall tales to tell about the "political loyalty" of said Awdal region. 

Hence, mine was never intended to "sugar" the argument (as it were). But it's actual statement of facts pertaining to the percentile mark of the folks of Awdal who actually are for Somaliland. In particularly if the last presidential election of 2017 as well as real numbers of voters who actually approved of Somaliland's independence and its constitution back in 2001 are to be any indication or guide in here.

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Johnny B   
14 minutes ago, Suldaanka said:

Dad ayay meeli buktaa... kkkk

"Young Somaliland Entrepreneurs" is a factual statement. 

 

delusion^2 

 

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The fantasy of our dearly departed brother from this parish, namely, our esteemed colleague by the name of Mr Galbeedi. 

Galbeedi went to meet with Minster. Bayleh in Mogadishu. 

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Saalax   

Most big business people from  northern Somalia never say they are from Somaliland since they want their business to appeal to all Somalis. Even Dahabshiil himself said he is pro Somaliweyn.

 

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Ducale   
4 minutes ago, Saalax said:

Most big business people from  northern Somalia never say they are from Somaliland since they want their business to appeal to all Somalis. Even Dahabshiil himself said he is pro Somaliweyn.

 

In other words, best of both world. 

As a business man he doesn't have to confine himself to "sl". But claiming somaliweyn doesn't take anything away from somaliland. Isaq in djibouti, especially bussisnes men, are djiboutien by defenition but somalilanders, in heart and soul. 

So somaliweyn is been shown for what it is. Meaningless.  Something to be used to ones own advantage if the need calls for it. Yet doesn't take anything away from "Unrecognised" Somaliland. 

 

Daba soco ma gaadhide

 

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

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Oodweyne   
12 hours ago, Ducale said:

In other words, best of both world. 

As a business man he doesn't have to confine himself to "sl". But claiming somaliweyn doesn't take anything away from somaliland. Isaq in djibouti, especially bussisnes men, are djiboutien by defenition but somalilanders, in heart and soul. 

So somaliweyn is been shown for what it is. Meaningless.  Something to be used to ones own advantage if the need calls for it. Yet doesn't take anything away from "Unrecognised" Somaliland. 

 

Daba soco ma gaadhide

 

Ducaale,

That is brutal, bro. A real take down to this "sheegatto", who doesn't seemed to know how "blood" (and the loyalty that comes from it) is actually much more significant than a mere passport.

And if he doesn't know that by now, tell him to ask any passing rich Jew from any country in the world as to which country his "final loyalty" actually is given to. And once he find that out then he could come back to us in here and start telling us all over again bit more of his "sheegatto" political lullaby.... :D

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