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What is Somaliland's strategy for recognition moving forward?

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What is Somaliland's strategy for recognition moving forward?

Postby Tycoon5647 » Mon Aug 06, 2018 7:54 am

Koonfur is hell bent on closing every door that is open to Somaliland. I want to know what our strategy is moving forward. What is Somaliland going to look like in the coming decade. Will we be in the same place we are in today?

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Re: What is Somaliland's strategy for recognition moving forward?

Postby original dervish » Mon Aug 06, 2018 10:06 am

Well without being a recognised state it's hard to see how it's gonna be better than what it is today.
The govt and people have high hopes that the UAE will come through for Berbera.
However, after the peace between Ethiopia/Eritrea this has been thrown into doubt. :)

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Re: What is Somaliland's strategy for recognition moving forward?

Postby Tycoon5647 » Thu Aug 09, 2018 9:22 am

Well without being a recognised state it's hard to see how it's gonna be better than what it is today.
The govt and people have high hopes that the UAE will come through for Berbera.
However, after the peace between Ethiopia/Eritrea this has been thrown into doubt. :)
Somaliland needs to bring in the big dogs in the international community fuck these Arabs. We need bring Russia to give them a military and navy base!

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Re: What is Somaliland's strategy for recognition moving forward?

Postby original dervish » Thu Aug 09, 2018 12:15 pm

Nobody is interested in them.....they have nothing anybody wants. :) :up:

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Re: What is Somaliland's strategy for recognition moving forward?

Postby Ben Dover » Thu Aug 09, 2018 12:54 pm

We do not know whether Somaliland will get recognition in the next few years or not, we hope it happens, but nothing is certain.

What is certain though is that no matter what happens, in the next 10, 50, 100 years the qurjiile will still be under our boots, that is pretty much guaranteed :lol:

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Re: What is Somaliland's strategy for recognition moving forward?

Postby original dervish » Thu Aug 09, 2018 12:58 pm

Name three countries (real ones), that might some day in the future recognise s/l as a independent sovereign state? :)

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Re: What is Somaliland's strategy for recognition moving forward?

Postby Ben Dover » Thu Aug 09, 2018 2:50 pm

Recognition is a means to a goal.

De jure independence is not as important as some make it out to be, de facto control is much more important, (case in point Somalia vs Somaliland). The lack of international recognition has much more to do with shortcomings of Somaliland's foreign policy than anything else, as the legal case is as strong as they come. Somaliland has much larger issues to worry about atm e.g rampant corruption, unemployment, inflation... etc, you do not need recognition to solve that. There is a lot that can be done without de jure recognition, the Berbera deal being a prime example, and we need more of that.

In time, de jure recognition will come, but people's livelihoods must improve. We seek international recognition so our people can live better lives, its a means to a goal.

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Re: What is Somaliland's strategy for recognition moving forward?

Postby original dervish » Thu Aug 09, 2018 4:04 pm

Yeah yeah.....we've heard all that for years.
Name me three countries who you think would be willing to recognise s/l?

For years iidoor believed Xabasha would instantly recognise them.
After a while they came to realise the xabasha would be the last country to recognise them.
Then there was Kenyan recognition over khaat deals.
The Israeli connection is well known.

Most sensible iidoor now understand the truth.......Somalia is the only country that can grant iidoors independence. :som: :up:

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Re: What is Somaliland's strategy for recognition moving forward?

Postby MujahidAishah » Thu Aug 09, 2018 4:26 pm

Our current strategy is a whistle and a pray and if that fails send out Faysal as our foreign minister

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Re: What is Somaliland's strategy for recognition moving forward?

Postby abodu » Thu Aug 09, 2018 6:27 pm

Strategy civil warka soosicda joojin karta ma jiro. Untill then sacad muuse iyo xaar xabuusho saliid naarajiinta ha iskagasii subkadaan

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Re: What is Somaliland's strategy for recognition moving forward?

Postby Ben Dover » Thu Aug 09, 2018 6:49 pm

On one hand they claim Ethiopia is in it to "divide and weaken" their country by encouraging the independence of Somaliland and with the same breath they say Xabasha will be the last country to recognise Somaliland (i.e. last country to violate their "territorial integrity"), truly the mind of a doofaar is a fascinating thing :)

Qurjiile, get it through your head, you will always be my slave. Wishing for Somaliland to not get independence will not change your fate one iota. Your destiny is to always be subservient to Isaaq. Your children and grandchildren will be calaacaling about Isaaq on future iterations of Somalinet. Hell, even if we make up with the Hawiye in Mogadishu you would still be ruled from Hargeisa :lol:

You are an insignificant backwater, Idoor are out there playing high stakes geopolitical games to put their country on the map, and here you are wishing anyone gave a shit about you.. from Puntland (of all places), to the IC, to this meek government in Mogadishu, you begged them for attention and they did not give a shit.

:) :up:

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Re: What is Somaliland's strategy for recognition moving forward?

Postby abodu » Thu Aug 09, 2018 7:13 pm

Smaliland bah la'i yira
Agoontii ingiriiskan ahay
Tawhiidka calanka iigu yaala
Ictiraaf baan u bukaa
Xuduuda ingiriis cadaan dhiiga u shuba

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Re: What is Somaliland's strategy for recognition moving forward?

Postby mahoka » Fri Aug 10, 2018 4:52 am

Smaliland bah la'i yira
Agoontii ingiriiskan ahay
Tawhiidka calanka iigu yaala
Ictiraaf baan u bukaa
Xuduuda ingiriis cadaan dhiiga u shuba
The same ingiriisi you doofars were handing over your daughters and women to :stylin:

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Re: What is Somaliland's strategy for recognition moving forward?

Postby abodu » Fri Aug 10, 2018 6:05 am

Hoyada iyo dhiladi sacad muuse uunsan jirtay was.
Suldaankaaga meherkiisi waakan




Waa dhiladii garaca wadatay ee xabuusho waxa sidaa loogu niikinaya.


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Re: What is Somaliland's strategy for recognition moving forward?

Postby Sauron » Fri Aug 10, 2018 6:12 am

Abodu aka 26June1960 faggot dhabacayo maxaad iska qarineysa hooyadadii jareerteenka aheyd futada madow kawase.

Since we took tukaraq from naagoland this garac developed multiple personalities.

Ina amina boqor iska soo bax


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