Afar, Amhara, Oromo, Tigray, Tigre, Harari, Gurage, Beja, etc. aren't an existential threat since they're basically of the same ancestral Afro-Asiatic stock as Somalis. Aside from that, you raise excellent points sxb.Before all of this we need retards to understand what ethnic Somali even bloody means. People actually think Bajuunis, Bantuus and so on are actual ethnic Somalis who just looks "Weird"
They think everyone in Somalia is Somali and that there is no distinction between the two. Thats our first problem. Our second one is that whilst non-Somalis stay put in their so called territories, us Somalis leave in droves to the west.
You ever seen a diaspora af-Maxatiri speaking reer Jowhar Jareer in the West?
Wallahi I haven't seen or even heard of one, not even online lol. Only Jareer community in the west are those from Juba/May-May speaking ones. Them niggas haven't left the country abti and they been having 18 babes each (go and read the story about the farmers pissed about NGOs in Lower Shabelle lol)
Anyway forget about the horn thing, Ethiopian motherfuckers have a population of 90 million, ain't no Bantu fucker overtaking them. In fact they are our second (depending where you are from they could be first) big threat. Specially for Galbeed Somalis.
What can we take from this? Farmers in General>Pastoralists population growth wise lol I've said this many times lool
Some of the things we need to do:
-We first need to define and understand what an ethnic Somali is.
-That Somali isn't just a nationality but the name of an actual ethnic group who live well beyond the modern boundaries of Somalia
-We need to encourage and provide incentives for indigenous lifestyles like Pastoralism to stay dominant in the country
-We need to encourage ethnic Somalis to have a lot of children in Somalia to increase our growth rate
-Urbanization should also be encouraged.
-The government should also take over and manage the farming industry back home.
-The Somali language should be well preserved and protected from more significant foreign influences
There's a number of other things as well.
As indeed can be seen in this thread, ignorance is a big part of the problem. Half of the people here don't know the first thing about pre-colonial Horn history, so they can't fully understand what you're saying. So you're quite right in that they first need to be educated on the basics.
Once they are aware of the facts, they will have acquired the foundational knowledge to fully appreciate the full scope and importance of your message.