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Re: Protesters in Minnesota: "Dulmi-Jadiid dooni mayno!" Nex

Postby AbdiWahab252 » Sun Jan 20, 2013 10:56 pm

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Transformer wrote:Why don't you first move out of the district of columbia, then maybe we can talk about Federalism. Right Somalis are stupid excluding your Xawadle kin Culusow gtfo.


Read the US system of Federalism and get back to me. The District of Columbia is a Federal District, I live in Maryland which is one of the states.

Somalis are horrible at politics... every last one from all the clans. And yes, that includes my kin too. Look at how horrible Hiiraan is run.

Somalis think federalism is having your own region autonomy and then dominating the federal government with all your wants and needs.

You and this video further prove the stupidity.

Do you know what federalism is? Do you know what local government is? Do you know what state government is? Do you know what a central government is?

I swear if you asked Somalis that, they won't know what the structure is supposed to be about.

NOW gtfo my nigga


:blessed: damn Datore FAH Al Buloburte's mean karbash.
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Re: Protesters in Minnesota: "Dulmi-Jadiid dooni mayno!" Nex

Postby STARKAST » Sun Jan 20, 2013 11:35 pm

Somalis just need to enter the 21st century as quick as possible because those predators around us will make us Kenyan/Ethiopian citizens by proxy.... :som:

The old gen are dying out - Alx.

Federalism where local governance is relatively in place will please the paranoid qabilst's.
But those blessed Unionists can dictate national affairs in Xamar.
Which is a Somali city just like other regions are Somali regions.
Best short term solution.

Somalis stop being short-sighted. To the invader we all are....

Somalia - war, predatory elites, hopeless pauperism, cultural deracination, environmental loss, and international disfavor, the multiple deaths of the Somali national state underscore the degree to which a label can capture the central truth - Qabil.

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Re: Protesters in Minnesota: "Dulmi-Jadiid dooni mayno!" Nex

Postby Colonel » Mon Jan 21, 2013 12:11 am

What is there to protest about?
Give the guy a chance, if he respects the constitution and allows federal states to flourish without trying to dictate them or their policies then everyone wins. The Jubbaland issue will give us a good indication as to whether or not Hassan Sheikh Turtawi wants to run the whole country by himself or give space to federal states.
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Re: Protesters in Minnesota: "Dulmi-Jadiid dooni mayno!" Nex

Postby AbdiWahab252 » Mon Jan 21, 2013 1:04 am

Colonel wrote:What is there to protest about?
Give the guy a chance, if he respects the constitution and allows federal states to flourish without trying to dictate them or their policies then everyone wins. The Jubbaland issue will give us a good indication as to whether or not Hassan Sheikh Turtawi wants to run the whole country by himself or give space to federal states.


The meeting was organized by Kabalaxax and the demonstrations were held by OGs. MJs want to save face :stylin:
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Re: Protesters in Minnesota: "Dulmi-Jadiid dooni mayno!" Nex

Postby Transformer » Mon Jan 21, 2013 5:25 am

Fah,

The U.S. federal government has a fork up D.C.'s arse and from the looks of it yours too, Maryland sure is risking more of its districts being annexed just having you there. I say take your centralist clapping butt cheeks back to D.C. and try sticking with places where you can have a fork up your arse; in Somalia, Muqdisho, etc.

As for the rest of your gibberish, all you need to know about federalism is this and that is when it comes to decision making it allows locals to dictate their own affairs at a lower levels (or at least closer to the public) which enable a more swift response to a challenge.

As to how federalism should be implemented on national, state, and local levels, so far the process has been hijacked by Dulmi-Jadiid since their in favor of a central government, one where like you we all end up having a fork up our arses.
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Re: Protesters in Minnesota: "Dulmi-Jadiid dooni mayno!" Nex

Postby original dervish » Mon Jan 21, 2013 6:24 am

forks....asses :mindblown:
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Re: Protesters in Minnesota: "Dulmi-Jadiid dooni mayno!" Nex

Postby Transformer » Mon Jan 21, 2013 7:08 am

It's true sxb. Only those within reach of the national government seat always have a more central system fork up their arses, whereas those in far far away places like Bosaso, Kismaayo, Harigesa, etc. see their interest in a more localized system like federalism.
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Re: Protesters in Minnesota: "Dulmi-Jadiid dooni mayno!" Nex

Postby original dervish » Mon Jan 21, 2013 7:45 am

Yeah....I know what you mean....anyhow its right that this Govt, any Govt, is held to account by the people. :up:
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Re: Protesters in Minnesota: "Dulmi-Jadiid dooni mayno!" Nex

Postby Murax » Mon Jan 21, 2013 12:36 pm

LOL look at these bums out protesting in the freezing cold. Who doesn't get a kick out of the pms'ing by these folks and the likes if transformer. Continue on!
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Re: Protesters in Minnesota: "Dulmi-Jadiid dooni mayno!" Nex

Postby AbdiWahab252 » Mon Jan 21, 2013 4:36 pm

Murax wrote:LOL look at these bums out protesting in the freezing cold. Who doesn't get a kick out of the pms'ing by these folks and the likes if transformer. Continue on!


Garguurte is keeping a list of his opposition for future reference.
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Re: Protesters in Minnesota: "Dulmi-Jadiid dooni mayno!" Nex

Postby Mondey » Mon Jan 21, 2013 5:43 pm

Dadkan wey edeb daranyihiin. guul ayaa nooso hoyatay DC baan ictiraaf kaso dhacsanay markaasay mucaarido iyo wax lo baahnayn la so taaganyihiin darbiyada!
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