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Re: some of the central state mps

Postby GIJaamac » Mon Jun 22, 2015 8:13 am

I'm pretty sure armed conflict will happen if you won't surrender voluntarily. If Galmudug doesn't get the small north Mudug under their control the whole federal system will collapse. So that will leave centralism for only option. And we know who's the majority in Mudug. Either way, the future doesn't look good for your kin. And i love it. :win:

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Re: some of the central state mps

Postby Xamud. » Mon Jun 22, 2015 8:29 am

I'm pretty sure armed conflict will happen if you won't surrender voluntarily. If Galmudug doesn't get the small north Mudug under their control the whole federal system will collapse. So that will leave centralism for only option. And we know who's the majority in Mudug. Either way, the future doesn't look good for your kin. And i love it. :win:

You must live in a parrallel universe where this newly established "maamul" is capable of taking on Northern Mudug. Wake up little boy and smell the coffee, Puntland is the powerhouse of Mudug, the largest part of Gaalkacyo is run Puntland, the only airport in mudug is run by Puntland, the two kastams in Gaalkacyo.....run by Puntland, even the one on the southern tip of the city is run by Puntland, the national kastam between Ethiopia and Somalia run by Puntland? you will never win a war against Puntland, simply because they have more, in every sense. You think Puntland got all this by docile and weak? meesha xiiniyo iyo xoog aya lagu jooga. My kin are busy progressing, building roads and schools for their people, we have no interest in war, but if war is forced upon us, we will defend ourselves, like we have done before, how do you think we ended up with the airport :lol: Only in your dreams are you capable of taking all of Gaalkacyo, let alone all of Mudug.

And by majority if you mean population :lol: the only decent sized district in Mudug after Gaalkacyo is Galdogob and guess what? yeas also run by Puntland.

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Re: some of the central state mps

Postby PrinceNugaalHawd » Mon Jun 22, 2015 9:25 am

How come Marehan got 0nly 12 seats out of 85, and dir 6?

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Postby Smile-LiKe-SuN-RiSE » Tue Jun 23, 2015 3:33 am

So what did marehans gain out of putting xeraale and guriceel under balanbale..just two effing seats? :roll: ...smh..war mesha ka muqta ama maqnaada

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Re: some of the central state mps

Postby FarhanYare » Tue Jun 23, 2015 5:58 am

Lol mareexaan got twice more than what cayr got and in galgaduud you know they aint majority. Mareexaanka badanaa gedo bey dagaan. Intaas ka badan waa greedynimo

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Re: some of the central state mps

Postby FarhanYare » Tue Jun 23, 2015 6:05 am

Let's stop this nonsense: "guriceel comes under balanbal".

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Postby Smile-LiKe-SuN-RiSE » Tue Jun 23, 2015 12:00 pm

Lol mareexaan got twice more than what cayr got and in galgaduud you know they aint majority. Mareexaanka badanaa gedo bey dagaan. Intaas ka badan waa greedynimo
Cayr come under hawiye..and they got 19 seats..so why the eff would u complain :roll: if we aint majority in galgadud..then nigga why the eff we have more lands than yall :? yall only settle in the tiny empty village, guriceel.... dhusamareebna is shared..gfoh :arrow:

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Re: some of the central state mps

Postby BlackRain » Wed Jun 24, 2015 12:04 am

^ Oh she mad. Welcome to your new state! and do what you are told :lol:. You refused to merge with Puntland long time ago and now you are forced to be part of H-block gathering that you have nothing to do with

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Postby The`Republic » Wed Jun 24, 2015 2:01 am

Marehan didn't get 12. They got 17 to Habar Gidir's 20 or something. The rest haven't been included like Sacad in that announcent. Who would have ever thought that rer Mudug would agree by consensus.

Black, Darod aside it is highly unthinkable for Marehan central to join Puntland. Those sentiments as well as making Marehan there separate from this were attempts to sabotage the process, but as soon as the deliberations started and Marehan were convinced by the real desire for peace amd compromise Habar Gidir showed they turned to work with their neighbors. That's just the reality.

If one looks at this like Darod and Hawiye, then it looks lile the deck is stacked one way. I mean Darod is only represented by a smaller subsection of Marehan not even all of Marehan and Hawiye by gazillion sub-clans most who have no sizable stakes anywhere else. But this isn't Somalia, this is a region that doesn't look at it self like Hawiye and Darod. This is a region that really looks at itself like Marehan (a contiguous political identity), Sacad, Cayr, Murusade, etc who all look at themselves as contiguous political identities. Bu that scope, by far and away Mareha had the best draw. Still, the sub-clans are so much and the numbers shared so divided this is also a political system that calls for heavy collaboration and partnership to reach a simple majority on anything.

We will see how the process continues to evolve.

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Re: some of the central state mps

Postby Advo » Wed Jun 24, 2015 2:48 am

50% of that uranium money goes back to SADE :blessed:

We eating in Jubbaland and now in our newest state :wow:

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Re: some of the central state mps

Postby 26June1960 » Wed Jun 24, 2015 3:14 am

Refuse to share anything with your next of kin, only to accept a 2nd class-citizenship in a Hawiye dominated Federal Stat? The best option Mareehan in Galgudud have now is to take their districts in Galgudud and put it directly under the authority of the Federal Government in Mogadishu.
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Re: some of the central state mps

Postby Smile-LiKe-SuN-RiSE » Wed Jun 24, 2015 3:15 am

:roll: @ the two gullible gimps ...walle these two have no dhiig..ninmanka rabo inay dad kale hoos fadhistaan..uff
Blackrain aka mr cuqdad ridden.. they are claiming ur city..u should worry about that. Marehan will never be part of galmudug or central state or whatever its called...ugh they cant even agree on one name :roll:

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Re: some of the central state mps

Postby 26June1960 » Wed Jun 24, 2015 3:27 am

50% of that uranium money goes back to SADE
In case you haven't noticed, Hawiye owns 85% of this so-called Central State. Dir and Mareehan will share the remaining 15% present. Forget Uranium, I don't think you'll even see a penny of the taxes collected from your own districts in Galgudud. :lol:

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Re: some of the central state mps

Postby TheblueNwhite » Wed Jun 24, 2015 3:36 am

Lol.

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Re: some of the central state mps

Postby Smile-LiKe-SuN-RiSE » Wed Jun 24, 2015 3:44 am

50% of that uranium money goes back to SADE
In case you haven't noticed, Hawiye owns 85% of this so-called Central State. Dir and Mareehan will share the remaining 15% present. Forget Uranium, I don't think you'll even see a penny of the taxes collected from your own districts in Galgudud. :lol:
What is ur effing problem giggling cheerleader? U dont know nothing about the central region.. take a damn seat.. What an annoying..dabadilif ..like if she is getting paid for her ass kissing.


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