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What the deal with the SNM/USC relationship

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Re: What the deal with the SNM/USC relationship

Postby Calibesteen » Sun Dec 09, 2012 6:24 pm

Caydiiid was a Lion, a mujaahid. The man who Afwweyne desperately wanted on his team but Caydiid was a man of honor. He was a man of his word and he said he could not accept the injustice the regime of Afwweyne was causing and he surely dismantled them and made them flee. Only a lion can do that.


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Re: Was aidiid on SNM's ceeb or something?

Postby AbdiWahab252 » Sun Dec 09, 2012 8:13 pm

is it true aidiid died leading his men into battle? if so, he was very brave and should be respected for that :up:
The title of the thread says otherwise.
Agent,

Well put.


Herndon,

You know very little about AIdid (AUN). He was a man way ahead of his time and a reluctant warrior. If he had the same level of hatred as his opponents, there would have been a true genocide in Somalia.

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Re: Was aidiid on SNM's ceeb or something?

Postby herndonhomer » Sun Dec 09, 2012 8:19 pm

is it true aidiid died leading his men into battle? if so, he was very brave and should be respected for that :up:
The title of the thread says otherwise.
Agent,

Well put.


Herndon,

You know very little about AIdid (AUN). He was a man way ahead of his time and a reluctant warrior. If he had the same level of hatred as his opponents, there would have been a true genocide in Somalia.
AW i was actually waiting for your response since its prob the most informative on the topic. And why do you have to say stuff like you say in the third sentence man it sounds like you are an advocate of aidid genocide :| If what happened in xamar in 91 wasn't genocide then i dont know what is. Also, can you belive I am related to aidiid through marriage? :lol: i know plenty about him

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Re: What the deal with the SNM/USC relationship

Postby AbdiWahab252 » Sun Dec 09, 2012 8:23 pm

Hernodon,

Rwanda was a genocide, 800,000 liquidated in 40 days. Somalia was not. The bombing of Hargeisa was genocide. Xamar was not. If Aidid had meted out the same kind of punishment on the enemies of the revolution he would have been the uncontested leader of Somalia. He was way too merciful. In fact, he was a liberal and not the first choice to lead the USC.

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Re: What the deal with the SNM/USC relationship

Postby FarhanYare » Sun Dec 09, 2012 8:28 pm

hern,
in that case AW is ur seedi :ufdup:

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Re: What the deal with the SNM/USC relationship

Postby AbdiWahab252 » Sun Dec 09, 2012 8:30 pm

hern,
in that case AW is ur seedi :ufdup:
And you are about to be mine soo duceey :lol:

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Re: What the deal with the SNM/USC relationship

Postby herndonhomer » Sun Dec 09, 2012 8:30 pm

Hernodon,

Rwanda was a genocide, 800,000 liquidated in 40 days. Somalia was not. The bombing of Hargeisa was genocide. Xamar was not. If Aidid had meted out the same kind of punishment on the enemies of the revolution he would have been the uncontested leader of Somalia. He was way too merciful. In fact, he was a liberal and not the first choice to lead the USC.
See when you say things like that again your character comes into question. you are a respected member of the forum dont advocate murder!! At least 25k people died in xamar in 91. My family even tells me they remember the mooryan coming in their combat vehicles asking us what tribe we are :| that is typical of a genocide. in fact I am very lucky to be alive and posting on this forum in general.

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Re: What the deal with the SNM/USC relationship

Postby AbdiWahab252 » Sun Dec 09, 2012 8:38 pm

Hernodon,

In Hargeisa, and Mudug, civilians who were unarmed were gathered up and massacred. In Aidid's Mudug, nearly 2,000 unarmed boys and men were killed in just 1 week. They were not USC nor did they even realize that they were going to be killed by the regime's army. After the massacres of 1989, Aidid was forced to quit as Ambassador to India.

I am not advocating murder but neither will I let allegations go unchallenged. If brutality is to be measured it should start from the beginning. The regime started the massacres of innocents in Somalia. Even in Xamar, in the weeks leading up to the revolution, the regime went around gathering nonDarood elders and massacred them. When the USC entered town, the regime started shelling predominately Hawiye areas. So it was the regime that wanted a Darood vs. Hawiye war.

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Re: What the deal with the SNM/USC relationship

Postby AgentOfChaos » Sun Dec 09, 2012 8:39 pm

herndonhomer:

That's more like tribal cleansing, but I know where you're coming from.

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Re: Was aidiid on SNM's ceeb or something?

Postby barbarossa » Sun Dec 09, 2012 8:43 pm

is it true aidiid died leading his men into battle? if so, he was very brave and should be respected for that :up:
The title of the thread says otherwise.
Agent,

Well put.


Herndon,

You know very little about AIdid (AUN). He was a man way ahead of his time and a reluctant warrior. If he had the same level of hatred as his opponents, there would have been a true genocide in Somalia.
Right you are, Senhor Abdiwahab. By relating the unbiased account of you uncle Aideed's role in the Somalia's bloody civil war of 90's, you have once again, further solidified your image here in the Snet as a man of unparalleled integrity and honesty. Please, do never let it up, and continue to be voice of reason and the champion of this most worthy of causes.

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Re: What the deal with the SNM/USC relationship

Postby eliteSomali » Sun Dec 09, 2012 8:56 pm

Dadka dhintay iska dhaafa.

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Re: What the deal with the SNM/USC relationship

Postby herndonhomer » Sun Dec 09, 2012 9:02 pm

Hernodon,

In Hargeisa, and Mudug, civilians who were unarmed were gathered up and massacred. In Aidid's Mudug, nearly 2,000 unarmed boys and men were killed in just 1 week. They were not USC nor did they even realize that they were going to be killed by the regime's army. After the massacres of 1989, Aidid was forced to quit as Ambassador to India.

I am not advocating murder but neither will I let allegations go unchallenged. If brutality is to be measured it should start from the beginning. The regime started the massacres of innocents in Somalia. Even in Xamar, in the weeks leading up to the revolution, the regime went around gathering nonDarood elders and massacred them. When the USC entered town, the regime started shelling predominately Hawiye areas. So it was the regime that wanted a Darood vs. Hawiye war.
Im not a fan of measuring brutality at all. Injustice happened on all sides. BUt people on this forum do not recognize the injustices that happened in xamar in 91. Many people were killed in hargeisa and mudug and MJ peoples. But there is almost a code of silence for the injustices that happened to other darood people on this forum :| I HATE THAT. Also AW, I ask you if you were a authoratative dictator, how would you respond to people questioning your rule and creating rebel movements? It's a situation that leaves with no choice but to shed blood

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Re: What the deal with the SNM/USC relationship

Postby AbdiWahab252 » Sun Dec 09, 2012 9:20 pm

Hernodon,

If I was an authoritarian dictator, I would resort to whole scale civil warfare against my people. It makes no sense at all. I would realize when it is time to walk away.

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Re: What the deal with the SNM/USC relationship

Postby Gantaal05 » Sun Dec 09, 2012 9:21 pm

Caydiiid was a Lion, a mujaahid. The man who Afwweyne desperately wanted on his team but Caydiid was a man of honor. He was a man of his word and he said he could not accept the injustice the regime of Afwweyne was causing and he surely dismantled them and made them flee. Only a lion can do that.


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caydiid was bastard look at his people they dont have money
they are nothing in Somalia politically useless, f-king psychological sadistic Blood thirty war monger and the dumbest 'general' in
somali history.
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Re: What the deal with the SNM/USC relationship

Postby AbdiWahab252 » Sun Dec 09, 2012 9:27 pm

Gantaal,

WIthout him you would be sniffing glue and begging for change in Garowe instead of surfing in comfort in the developed world.


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