Cirwaaq wrote:In the pursuit of retaining the unity of all somalis under one flag in the once formulated union of the former democratic republic of somalia Koonfur has tirelessly sacrificed the past 20 years. Allah is our witness we have made ever concession to keep together a shattered republic with Puntland and Somaliand and in the process allowed Koonfur to return to a pre-historic state. The once proud hosts of the capital of the republic, all trade and commerce we find ourselves enslaved by the grand notion of somali unity. Puntland and Somaliland have made considerable progress with their relative state apparatus, relative peace and security whereas Koonfur finds itself victim of every despotic megalomaniac reject from the world hosting his own terrorist cell without hindrance.
The former Somalia Koonfur has developed a habit of over-playing the victim mentality and the blame lies squarely on your shoulders. When the botched attempt of the USC to rid, what has now become the former somalia, of Siyad Barre, there was no long term strategy of how to govern nor how to manage the immediate aftershocks of the liberation. Subsequently, in the years that followed, we witnessed the slow disintegration and destruction of property and tens of thousands of lives lost to poor governance, often the result of inter-tribal warfare and warlordism. Sacrifices are often produced when someone else benefits to your detriment, which you have sanctioned yourself but the former Somalia Koonfur, has watched while certain individuals take advantage - causing the problems that currently exist, which are not beyond repair but require a certain level of political maturity. The former Somalia Koonfur has gone from bad to worse in the 20 years that followed the USC liberation against the despotism of the one clan minority leadership. The former Somalia Koonfur needs to take responsibility for the actions that are committed in its lands. The former Somalia Koonfur citizens needs to develop a sense of self because people who are robbed of their heritage during occupation, enslavement and political, religious and tribal colonisation become disorientated. They lose self-respect, the capacity for self-guidance, leadership and independent decision-making.