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somalis from 50s 60s 70s early 80s

Postby omar07 » Thu Dec 09, 2010 8:51 pm

They had class and patriotic attitude towards them self and others. When I see documentary from those days people dress nice
and fashionable. Everyone was busy with life no one even had time to stare at the camera man like it's something out of mars.
They all seem civilized and ready to conquer Africa. The potential the Somali people had and the encourage were led down by the
Barre dictatorship, if he only share the power and the wealth with all part of Somalis we wouldn't have had problems until this day,
just my opinion.

Somalis these days look as if they were released from rehab and ready to go back to society :lol:
everyone is looking to fight to death for the qabiil and yet they have no clue why ,,,

and worse part,there's no respect and caring for their fellow Somalis


Somalis in the past were better than today's , what you think ??
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Re: somalis from 50s 60s 70s early 80s

Postby Coeus » Thu Dec 09, 2010 8:53 pm

Sad but true. I wish i lived in the late 50´s of Somalia.
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Re: somalis from 50s 60s 70s early 80s

Postby Coeus » Thu Dec 09, 2010 8:57 pm

Back when Somalia was worthy its name and how it got destroyed:

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Re: somalis from 50s 60s 70s early 80s

Postby abdalla11 » Thu Dec 09, 2010 8:58 pm

They looked majestic

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Two patriotic legends shaking hands :som:
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Re: somalis from 50s 60s 70s early 80s

Postby The_Emperior5 » Thu Dec 09, 2010 8:59 pm

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Re: somalis from 50s 60s 70s early 80s

Postby Basra- » Thu Dec 09, 2010 9:00 pm

Those were the days, yes. Day dreaming...... :roll: those days in somalia where the tallest building was not even 5 store. I think the tallest building in somalia before the civil was 4th floor? :roll:
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Re: somalis from 50s 60s 70s early 80s

Postby Coeus » Thu Dec 09, 2010 9:02 pm

Basra- wrote:Those were the days, yes. Day dreaming...... :roll: those days in somalia where the tallest building was not even 5 store. I think the tallest building in somalia before the civil was 4th floor? :roll:

Who said anyting about the tallest building? Dubai has the tallest building, does it mean its economy is greater then Norways? :down:
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Re: somalis from 50s 60s 70s early 80s

Postby grandpakhalif » Thu Dec 09, 2010 9:02 pm

Xurufta iyo qashinka waqooyi ba Xamar so galay waxay keenin khamro, dhiloynimo iyo wax balaayo ku dhex jira. Nacala abuuk ilaahi naga saar dadkaas oo aan diin lahayn
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Re: somalis from 50s 60s 70s early 80s

Postby The_Emperior5 » Thu Dec 09, 2010 9:09 pm

Somalis in the 50s were under the colonial Empiret hey were paving the road for independence,, Somalis in the 60s were tasting the unity and freedom short lived democracies. Somalis in 70s were exposed to socialism Communism nepotism kacaanism . Somalis in the 80s were rebels and were fighting injustice and for independence. , Somalis in the 90s were relieved.
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Re: somalis from 50s 60s 70s early 80s

Postby Jamac_Yare » Sat Dec 11, 2010 2:28 pm

grandpakhalif wrote:Xurufta iyo qashinka waqooyi ba Xamar so galay waxay keenin khamro, dhiloynimo iyo wax balaayo ku dhex jira. Nacala abuuk ilaahi naga saar dadkaas oo aan diin lahayn



abaha xoosh waxa ku tiraha dhaar cusub ii so iibii its almost 2011
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Re: somalis from 50s 60s 70s early 80s

Postby Cumar-Labasuul » Sat Dec 11, 2010 2:38 pm

When I see documentary from those days people dress nice and fashionable.


I laugh when somalis mention that somalis back in those days dressed 'fashionable' so they prefer to see their mothers and sisters without hijab and dressing half naked.
To be honest I can't really say that I would have liked to live in a particular era, even though I would like to live back home permenantly, because this happened by allah's will and even if I did live back in the 50s, 60s, 70s etc who's to say I would live as comfortable as my life today (alxamdulillah) e.g. if I focus on the experiences of my parents life back then was really hard as it is today, my dad was working since he was 12.
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Re: somalis from 50s 60s 70s early 80s

Postby Spursman » Sat Dec 11, 2010 2:46 pm

Runti waxey xaayeen top notch or neautral civilised not poisonus like mantaa.
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Re: somalis from 50s 60s 70s early 80s

Postby Spursman » Sat Dec 11, 2010 9:47 pm

:lol: :lol:
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Re: somalis from 50s 60s 70s early 80s

Postby barakaboy10 » Sun Dec 12, 2010 4:27 am

Basra- wrote:Those were the days, yes. Day dreaming...... :roll: those days in somalia where the tallest building was not even 5 store. I think the tallest building in somalia before the civil was 4th floor? :roll:


cajiib!!! you guys are obsessed with tall buildings. when you can have your own villa, why in the world would you need a tall building. plus the population in Mogadishu at the time was so small that, economic wise, no one had the guts to build tall buildings. besides, tall buildings are built for reasons and Somalia had none of these reasons.
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Re: somalis from 50s 60s 70s early 80s

Postby Spursman » Sun Dec 12, 2010 9:46 pm

horta are we remiscing here it was qadar allah fate destiny so inshalah learn from the mìstakes nextime and the tall buildings were not needed den basra walal simple
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