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Spokesman of Somalia prime minister arrested in Berbera

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Re: Spokesman of Somalia prime minister arrested in Berbera

Postby Siciid85 » Sat Mar 16, 2013 11:32 am

What is this Suldaan you guys speak of? Do you think our Suldaans are like Midgo Marexaan Suldaans who get killed in a broad day light like the Wargardhac Boon Marexaan
Suldaan who got killed in Galkayo few years back and there is nothing you could have done since you are loma-oyaan.

Marehan cowards are thes ones who were forced to crawl in Kismaayo and eat Cayr Kastuumo full of sh!t in their mouths in order to have a
chance of ruling "Kismaayo" with the JVA. Let's not even mention Boon Marehan is the only Somali clan to be enslaved by Ina Kenadiid as seen
in the historic books and the only Somali group that brags about raping their female relatives in videos.
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“Once again the Marehan Levies proved to be absolutely useless and bolted. Heavily outnumbered (Colour Sergeant Mohamed Ainashi’s force had not yet caught up),
the small KAR force adopted the tactic of laying prone on the sand & volley firing as the tribesmen approached. Over fifty of the Aulihan were killed and many wounded.
Again the levies did not perform at all well, and almost without exception ran away. They lost 17 killed and many wounded. In many cases they had been stabbed in
the back as they fled.”
http://www.britishcolonialafrica.com/PD ... GLE_2_.pdf

:lol: :lol: :lol:


That is the history of Midgaha Boonta Mr Xaar.
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Re: Spokesman of Somalia prime minister arrested in Berbera

Postby Siciid85 » Sat Mar 16, 2013 11:39 am

:dj:

First no conference in may, and now this arrest....I am having a great weekend :stylin:

:lol:

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Maxaa keenay dhulkeena? I am sure you cam avoid berbera and go from mogadishu
to caalamka direct.


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Re: Spokesman of Somalia prime minister arrested in Berbera

Postby original dervish » Sat Mar 16, 2013 11:49 am

Isolation of s/l is good news for us.....long may it continue. :lol: :lol:

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Re: Spokesman of Somalia prime minister arrested in Berbera

Postby Siciid85 » Sat Mar 16, 2013 11:52 am

We never wanted anything to do with Somalia anyway it is you guys who always cry for non existence unity. Good job Sland :blessed: keep arresting Somalia nationals that hold
positions in the Gov yet try to step foot in Somaliland.

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Re: Spokesman of Somalia prime minister arrested in Berbera

Postby original dervish » Sat Mar 16, 2013 11:56 am

How many times are you gonna repeat the same point?
Tell us where s/l is going, as every avenue has now been closed to them.

Even the British, your greatest hope of recognition, have disowned you. :D

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Re: Spokesman of Somalia prime minister arrested in Berbera

Postby Siciid85 » Sat Mar 16, 2013 12:01 pm

What is certain is there won't be a unity. Somaliland will continue its path and will place firm policies against neighboring Somalia. Siilaanyo did not fight as a rebel leader against the
former government of Somalia for many years just to hand over Somaliland's hard earned sovereignty to southerners. It does not work like that and it is illogical. Somaliland
will call the shots this time or it is the highway.

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Re: Spokesman of Somalia prime minister arrested in Berbera

Postby DonCorleone » Sat Mar 16, 2013 12:04 pm

I used to support somaliland , but the snm ruined it IMO.. Now a certain subclan is f-king up sland and they are getting to uppity ...this will be slands downfall. As long as the clan denies their origins they will fail , if they recognize it, they get rewarded.

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Re: Spokesman of Somalia prime minister arrested in Berbera

Postby original dervish » Sat Mar 16, 2013 12:14 pm

You will soon realise that isolation doesn`t pay a dividend.
Calling the shots in an empty room..........really! :snoop:


don......stop embarrassing yourself....iidoor don`t want your moryaan blood.

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Re: Spokesman of Somalia prime minister arrested in Berbera

Postby Siciid85 » Sat Mar 16, 2013 12:18 pm

Better isolated than join Somalia. Isolation has been a blessing for Somaliland for the past 21 years in terms of peace,some development progress and keeping the savages at bay, if oil is
found in Somaliland inshallah even better. It will be economically very self sufficient while Somalia continues living off aid. If Eritrea which is under sanctions can do it Somaliland
can if it ever comes to sanctions.

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Re: Spokesman of Somalia prime minister arrested in Berbera

Postby TheblueNwhite » Sat Mar 16, 2013 12:32 pm

Wasiir kuxigeenka Warfaafinta Soomaaliya C/shakuur Cali Mire ayaa muddo sacaado ay Ciidamada Somaliland ku xanibeen garoonka diyaaradaha magaalada Berbera, halkaasoo diyaaradii uu saarnaa Wasiirku ay Transit ku aheyd.

Sida ay sheegayaan wararka Wasiir kuxigeenka ayaa markii diyaarada ka soo degay ciidamada ku sugan garoonka ay hakad geliyeen, iyadoo markii dambe wada hadalo kadib ay sii daayeen, isla markaana diyaaradii uu la socday uu dib u soo raacay.

Wasiir kuxigeenka Warfaafinta C/shakuur Cali Mire ayaa ka yimid dalka Ingiriiska, isagoo ka mid ahaa rakaab saarnaa diyaarad u soo socotay magaalada Muqdisho oo Taransit ku aheyd magaalada Berbera.
Now you can all go to bed.

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Re: Spokesman of Somalia prime minister arrested in Berbera

Postby Siciid85 » Sat Mar 16, 2013 12:34 pm

So I was right he is a government official. Good job. Hope he learns not to step out of the plane next time in Sland territory. :up:

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Re: Spokesman of Somalia prime minister arrested in Berbera

Postby Advo » Sat Mar 16, 2013 12:54 pm

He got released minutes after a phone call from the prime minister

PM: heard you'll detained my peeps

Silaanyo: :whoa: we heard of no such thing, I assure u mr. Saciid nothing of that sort

PM: He better be on the flight that's scheduled to land here lizard...*hangs up

Silaanyo calls berbera airtport: "war aabihiin iyo ictiraafka wase...let him go NOW"

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Re: Spokesman of Somalia prime minister arrested in Berbera

Postby Siciid85 » Sat Mar 16, 2013 12:59 pm

It says hours ba la haystay. :lol:

His plane was leaving so technically he was first jailed for hours then deported back to his own country of origin. The borders between Somaliland and Somalia must be respected and
this is a clear firm message from JSL.
Wasiir kuxigeenka Warfaafinta Soomaaliya C/shakuur Cali Mire ayaa muddo sacaado ay Ciidamada Somaliland ku xanibeen garoonka diyaaradaha magaalada Berbera.
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Re: Spokesman of Somalia prime minister arrested in Berbera

Postby Advo » Sat Mar 16, 2013 1:03 pm

:Heh: doesn't matter if it was 6 hours, they knew he better be on that plane when it takes off or risk angering the PM, silaanyo doesn't like angering Saciid.

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Re: Spokesman of Somalia prime minister arrested in Berbera

Postby Siciid85 » Sat Mar 16, 2013 1:05 pm

He was deported just like other foreigners who were jailed at first in the airport then deported within the same day. Now he must be feeling sh!t maxa igu watay ina wadan kale galo
when he lands in Mogadishu Lol. Shirdoon is the same guy who backtracked and said he is not defending Cali Samatar after under pressure, he is a p*ssy.


Telling Somalia to fuck off and saying they won't attend the conference and now this putting Somalia officials in their place for trespassing. It is a great weekend for Somaliland. :sland: :up:


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