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Somaliland protests against Ethiopian supplies of arms

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Postby fagash_killer » Thu Aug 31, 2006 2:02 pm

they feel betrayed Laughing

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Postby CrazySommies » Thu Aug 31, 2006 2:56 pm

Faqash Killa,

The tigres are on their way out so the only chance they have of reducing somali influence in another Ethiopia is by making sure they stay busy at war with each other.

1stly, the pro xabashi Qabridaharis in Adis Ababa wanted to make some people busy with ONLF much like SPM was created by Mengistu. The main people they wanted to react did not do so and hence they are now trying to arm another front.

Also, in the south the same thing is going for them only with more docile bantus who are easy to manipulate. Since when did xabashi defended "somali unity"?

All we have to do now is to pick a moment when to ban them from the use of Berbera OIL tanks, so as to maximise confusion in xabashi territory about petrol supplies and hike up the prices to the detriment of this tigre regime.

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Postby fagash_killer » Thu Aug 31, 2006 3:53 pm

if you knew that habaashis never defended somali-unity than why are you still supporting balkanization of somalia, its 2 late for you northwesterners you are beeing used, they told lies to you, except if you stand up and join the south

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Postby SAIFULLAH_1 » Thu Aug 31, 2006 4:04 pm

but the south destroyed our homes and massacred our relatives Evil or Very Mad

u cant just expect us to welcome them with open arms Arrow

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Postby CrazySommies » Thu Aug 31, 2006 4:10 pm

Horta,

Who the hell do they think we are joining people like the Zoomalians?

Waryaa, why should I pay for your loans you took out on paying for those south African merceneries, planes and bombs. I have to be allowed to bomb the hell out of Zoomalia before I join with you again and sing the hypocritical "Somaliyeey toosaa" song.

I think most of the Zoomalians don't even understand its meaning, but just try and blabber their way into singing it.

Faqash Killa is an Esa who wants to be the sole agent for xabashis. He encourages Eretreans and any people with sea to hate on the xabashis while he spreads his backside wide open for the xabashis.

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Postby fagash_killer » Thu Aug 31, 2006 4:13 pm

the south, ore the goverment did it, you cant blaim all somalis for this, just like not all ukrains cant blaim russians, matter of fact their are some oppositions in former sovjet union countries, who believe in unity, yes even after that drama, why not in somaliland, what happand in europe is ten times worser than what happand in somalia, but today look to them they are heading towards a united entity with a single currency called the Euro, a European Parliament and a European Central Bank.


for example, The famous Berlin Wall crumbled and Germany became united again because both sides realized that it was in the interest of Germany to become united. Neither the Soviet Union nor the other European nations wanted to see a untied and strong Germany again. They thought that years of different political and economic systems would be enough guarantee to keep the two Germanys apart but the people of Germany proved them wrong. The Somali people will prove to the world that they can be a united country again; one that has learnt from the past; one that practices free enterprise and a genuine democracy.



We have all suffered under the corrupt civilian government and the dictatorial repressive regime. If we can find forgiveness in our hearts for some of those who govern us today and who were part of the repressive regime, then we should be able to find room in our heart for forgiving our other Somali brothers most of whom had nothing to do with the repression and destruction..

I know that wounds take a long time to heal but 15 years is long enough to forget and to embark on a healing journey that brings us all back together under one roof but with different terms; terms that will guarantee the non-recurrence of the hell that we have all been through. We should learn from South Africa and other countries who managed to heal their wounds. We should seek the help of the likes of Mandela to achieve unity instead of seeking the help of those who are keen on our division.


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