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One of the Greatest Somali Diplomats?

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Re: One of the Greatest Somali Diplomats?

Postby Adali » Thu Sep 17, 2015 11:53 am

criticizing a former government that existed almost 30 years ago is insane ! but what makes it even more insane is we are wasting energy talking about that when there are more pressing issues today.

I can assure you national government isn't for Somalis, we need a controlled anarchy to exist, I am tired of seeing fat foks who did not work a day in the lives get hand outs because they "represent" a country that only exist in name.

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Re: One of the Greatest Somali Diplomats?

Postby observer18 » Tue Oct 16, 2018 3:37 pm

I share Guhad122's supportive view of Dr. Hussein A. Kassim; I believe he was a decent strong man with irrevocable commitment to advancing his country and the Cause of his people; however, I'd not quite be as eager to "PREJUDGE" Dr. Kassim's son Guled, I mean to say, without considering the different times that these two Somali national Ministers each had: when told that he "led the events" that led to the United States Civil War (1860-1864), Abraham Lincoln surprisingly said that, no, "events actually led me!" So, to Guhad122, I'd respectively ask: do men "make and shape" their times, or is it the other way around?


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