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Proud Somali Bantu Rapping While Carrying Somali Flag

Postby gegiroor » Mon May 04, 2015 10:29 pm

[youtube]watch?v=qGSK_x1vNNM[/youtube]

I think in their lyrics, they are talking about their ordeal and what they will do. Is this a new civil rights movement in Somalia?

I think ethnic Somali promoters are going to be very upset

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Re: Proud Somali Bantu Rapping While Carrying Somali Flag

Postby RoobleAlWaliid » Mon May 04, 2015 11:13 pm

I've read somewhere they generate million dollars in America with farming wallahi

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Re: Proud Somali Bantu Rapping While Carrying Somali Flag

Postby gegiroor » Tue May 05, 2015 1:21 pm

RoobleAlWaliid, the Somali Bantu are hard-working community.

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Re: Proud Somali Bantu Rapping While Carrying Somali Flag

Postby Sumubaridi » Tue May 05, 2015 2:14 pm

Without Somali Bantu, We would have been starving with hunger. They fed us for a long time.

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Re: Proud Somali Bantu Rapping While Carrying Somali Flag

Postby Itrah » Tue May 05, 2015 2:16 pm

Without Somali Bantu, We would have been starving with hunger. They fed us for a long time.
Wrong. There are more Raxanweyn farmers than Bantu farmers in Somalia. The Raxanweyn are Somali, while the Bantu are Tanzanian.

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Re: Proud Somali Bantu Rapping While Carrying Somali Flag

Postby Sumubaridi » Tue May 05, 2015 2:22 pm

Without Somali Bantu, We would have been starving with hunger. They fed us for a long time.
Wrong. There are more Raxanweyn farmers than Bantu farmers in Somalia. The Raxanweyn are Somali, while the Bantu are Tanzanian.

They are not Tanzanians. They are like any other Bantu group. When Kikuyus and Kambas Settle In Kenya, they kept moving and settle in Kismaayo and the rivers area. They were looking for fertile land to farm. So they are Somalis like anyone else. They have been here way before the other Somalis.

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Re: Proud Somali Bantu Rapping While Carrying Somali Flag

Postby Itrah » Tue May 05, 2015 2:25 pm

They are not Tanzanians. They are like any other Bantu group. When Kikuyus and Kambas Settle In Kenya, they kept moving and settle in Kismaayo and the rivers area. They were looking for fertile land to farm. So they are Somalis like anyone else. They have been here way before the other Somalis.
This is a stupid myth just like the retarded myth that Sheikh Isaaq and Darod are Arabs, both lies.

All Bantus in Somalia = descendants of runaway slaves. Not a single one of them came on their own.

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Re: Proud Somali Bantu Rapping While Carrying Somali Flag

Postby gegiroor » Tue May 05, 2015 2:52 pm

Without Somali Bantu, We would have been starving with hunger. They fed us for a long time.
Wrong. There are more Raxanweyn farmers than Bantu farmers in Somalia. The Raxanweyn are Somali, while the Bantu are Tanzanian.

They are not Tanzanians. They are like any other Bantu group. When Kikuyus and Kambas Settle In Kenya, they kept moving and settle in Kismaayo and the rivers area. They were looking for fertile land to farm. So they are Somalis like anyone else. They have been here way before the other Somalis.
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Re: Proud Somali Bantu Rapping While Carrying Somali Flag

Postby Sumubaridi » Wed May 06, 2015 8:29 am

They are not Tanzanians. They are like any other Bantu group. When Kikuyus and Kambas Settle In Kenya, they kept moving and settle in Kismaayo and the rivers area. They were looking for fertile land to farm. So they are Somalis like anyone else. They have been here way before the other Somalis.
This is a stupid myth just like the retarded myth that Sheikh Isaaq and Darod are Arabs, both lies.

All Bantus in Somalia = descendants of runaway slaves. Not a single one of them came on their own.
Any proof other than what your grandmother thought happened? Who enslaved them? when and where?

here is the real history about Somali Bantu.


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Re: Proud Somali Bantu Rapping While Carrying Somali Flag

Postby SahanGalbeed » Wed May 06, 2015 12:44 pm

Ethnic somali supporters would know where to stop the joke , one would hope

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Re: Proud Somali Bantu Rapping While Carrying Somali Flag

Postby MaliPrince » Wed May 06, 2015 1:06 pm

They are not Tanzanians. They are like any other Bantu group. When Kikuyus and Kambas Settle In Kenya, they kept moving and settle in Kismaayo and the rivers area. They were looking for fertile land to farm. So they are Somalis like anyone else. They have been here way before the other Somalis.
This is a stupid myth just like the retarded myth that Sheikh Isaaq and Darod are Arabs, both lies.

All Bantus in Somalia = descendants of runaway slaves. Not a single one of them came on their own.
I would think that gives them even MORE right to live among us. They were brought to Somalia against their will be the carabs. They lost almost all their heritage and history. They were brought to a strange land. Surrounded by strange people. Having to learn a strange language and religion.

If the bantus were descended from bantu farmers that decided to move north, then we would have a right to tell them to get out. However, if they were brought against their will, then I don't think you have the same right.

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Re: Proud Somali Bantu Rapping While Carrying Somali Flag

Postby gegiroor » Wed May 06, 2015 2:10 pm

Ethnic somali supporters would know where to stop the joke , one would hope
One would only hope they know where to stop!

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Re: Proud Somali Bantu Rapping While Carrying Somali Flag

Postby gegiroor » Wed May 06, 2015 2:22 pm

Ethnic Somali promoters need to put where their mouth is: They need to be producing more ethic Somali kids if they're serious about Somalis losing Somalia to Bantus. You don't want to have kids or want to get married later in your age, have 1 or 2 kids, and then worry about Somalis losing the land to Bantus? Come'n, you can't have both ways. You need to be bombing out kids like a factory and keep the moment going, that is if you are dead serious about your ethnic Somali promotions!

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Re: Proud Somali Bantu Rapping While Carrying Somali Flag

Postby Kaafiye » Wed May 06, 2015 2:27 pm

They are not Tanzanians. They are like any other Bantu group. When Kikuyus and Kambas Settle In Kenya, they kept moving and settle in Kismaayo and the rivers area. They were looking for fertile land to farm. So they are Somalis like anyone else. They have been here way before the other Somalis.
This is a stupid myth just like the retarded myth that Sheikh Isaaq and Darod are Arabs, both lies.

All Bantus in Somalia = descendants of runaway slaves. Not a single one of them came on their own.
I would think that gives them even MORE right to live among us. They were brought to Somalia against their will be the carabs. They lost almost all their heritage and history. They were brought to a strange land. Surrounded by strange people. Having to learn a strange language and religion.

If the bantus were descended from bantu farmers that decided to move north, then we would have a right to tell them to get out. However, if they were brought against their will, then I don't think you have the same right.
Bullshit. They are still connected to their culture and language and many of them can even pinpoint where in Tanzania they originate from.

The Bantus should return to their homeland and leave Somalia alone


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