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Sanctions On Somaliland

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Re: Sanctions On Somaliland

Postby JSL3000 » Mon Mar 14, 2016 5:57 pm

The federal government must train and equip Khaatumites.
Dhulbahante is a clan well documented in their warfare, these men are well known and have earned the respect of Somaliweyn

The issue at hand is one clan was blessed with weaponry while the other has been left untouched.
We must provide whatever we can to Dhulos, the Majeerteen must work alongside their brothers to bringfourth progress

Puntland must work with Harti, and Harti must work together. I'd rather see Khaatumo part of Puntland, balse waxaan ka sii jeclahy Khaatumo oo kaligeed is taagtey,.

Warsangali + Dhulos must cope and they must work together. Idooor madax furan yuusan in gumeysan, history is in your favor
if no one never told you darood are a minority in somaliland they have hard time surviving already don't make it worst for them. :lol:

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Re: Sanctions On Somaliland

Postby SomaliTycoon » Mon Mar 14, 2016 5:59 pm

**Bacaaaaac**.
But you gotta admit, Somalispot ain't been the same ever since the SOMACOON has been retired :dj:

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Re: Sanctions On Somaliland

Postby mahoka » Mon Mar 14, 2016 6:11 pm

Have you guys built a statute to 50 cent yet, the fresh prince of dadaab. Nacala fil fried hyena meat eater
You niggas jab to everything. There was no pun intended. This is basic common sense.
Somaliand and its territory is technically still part of Somalia, if for any reason we began exploring the North, and we were attacked, the international community will easily side with the federal government. Your solider's will be described as rebels, this is reality
Since when, Somaliland was part of the somali republic not koonfuria.

Stop seeking attention too, you made a similar thread few weeks ago

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Re: Sanctions On Somaliland

Postby jalaaludin5 » Mon Mar 14, 2016 6:13 pm

Feed the mothafuckas, but don't allow them to govern.

Equip Khaatumo/Awdal, support the cause, and brighforth unity in the North
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Re: Sanctions On Somaliland

Postby SomaliTycoon » Mon Mar 14, 2016 6:16 pm

Have you guys built a statute to 50 cent yet, the fresh prince of dadaab. Nacala fil fried hyena meat eater
You niggas jab to everything. There was no pun intended. This is basic common sense.
Somaliand and its territory is technically still part of Somalia, if for any reason we began exploring the North, and we were attacked, the international community will easily side with the federal government. Your solider's will be described as rebels, this is reality
Since when, Somaliland was part of the somali republic not koonfuria.

Stop seeking attention too, you made a similar thread few weeks ago

I see power in unity. We hold onto Somaliland just as Ethiopia holds onto Oromia, unity is power, without it we will be consumed.

You wanna divide the people based on colonel division? Ya'll can't be serious.


(Off topic sual)
What i wanna know is why Somaliland choose the Italian colors to represent its nation?

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You'd assume they would've adopted British colors based on how they favor the colonel division

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Re: Sanctions On Somaliland

Postby MujahidAishah » Mon Mar 14, 2016 6:43 pm

I blame Dahabshill

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Re: Sanctions On Somaliland

Postby JSL3000 » Mon Mar 14, 2016 6:51 pm

I blame Dahabshill
get in line the que is longer than the nile. :lol:

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Re: Sanctions On Somaliland

Postby dvision01 » Mon Mar 14, 2016 7:00 pm

how can a tribe put another tribe on sanctions looooooool are you guys gonna stop camels from giving milk too.?

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Re: Sanctions On Somaliland

Postby SomaliTycoon » Tue Mar 15, 2016 4:23 pm

how can a tribe put another tribe on sanctions looooooool are you guys gonna stop camels from giving milk too.?
I said the federal government should place sanctions on Somaliland. This is possible, but I'm certain our leaders are too corrupt to do so.

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Re: Sanctions On Somaliland

Postby gegiroor » Tue Mar 15, 2016 7:16 pm

SomaliTycoon, the successive TFGs have supported SL over the unionist regions in the North of Somalia. I mean ask yourself the odds that one is against when you have one group receiving $200 million USD while others receive 0 pennies through the blessing of TFG leaders.

One can afford paying the salaries of his employees, including his militia, when his opponents have 0 resources to challenge it.

Of course, there is the internal divisions in these unionist regions as well.

There is also the Ethiopian factor that backs SL over these regions.

The odds placed on these regions are skyrocketing but don't worry we're waiting for our time and when it is right, we should strike at that time!

In reality though, without resources, there is nothing that can be done, and under this TFG, it won't happen.

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Re: Sanctions On Somaliland

Postby burcaawi14 » Tue Mar 15, 2016 7:59 pm

SomaliTycoon, the successive TFGs have supported SL over the unionist regions in the North of Somalia. I mean ask yourself the odds that one is against when you have one group receiving $200 million USD while others receive 0 pennies through the blessing of TFG leaders.

One can afford paying the salaries of his employees, including his militia, when his opponents have 0 resources to challenge it.

Of course, there is the internal divisions in these unionist regions as well.

There is also the Ethiopian factor that backs SL over these regions.

The odds placed on these regions are skyrocketing but don't worry we're waiting for our time and when it is right, we should strike at that time!

In reality though, without resources, there is nothing that can be done, and under this TFG, it won't happen.
Sanctions? Why are wanlaweyn fixated on destroying peace in the name of "somalinimo". Besides this is Africa, all we have to do is grease a few palms. :lol: .

Also what unionists movement in the north? Khatumo is nothing but a tribal enclave that's trying to get a meal ticket from the federal gov. At least Somaliland has open dialogue and active participation from those regions it holds as its borders. SSC is nothing but a dhulbahante meal ticket, if there was any sincerity they would open dialogue with their neighbors in the aforementioned regions. So don't use empty phrases such as somalinimo and unity when referring to a clan enclave that can't get along with any of its neighbors or even amongst themselves. :ufdup:

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Re: Sanctions On Somaliland

Postby original dervish » Tue Mar 15, 2016 9:50 pm

Sooner or later an opportunity will present itself.
Until then playing along with the charade of s/l will continue. :D :sland: :up:

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Re: Sanctions On Somaliland

Postby HooBariiska » Tue Mar 15, 2016 10:15 pm

Sooner or later an opportunity will present itself.
Until then playing along with the charade of s/l will continue. :D :sland: :up:
As such your people who continue to be humiliated and occupied :mrgreen: :sland:

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Re: Sanctions On Somaliland

Postby burcaawi14 » Tue Mar 15, 2016 10:48 pm

Sooner or later an opportunity will present itself.
Until then playing along with the charade of s/l will continue. :D :sland: :up:
As such your people who continue to be humiliated and occupied :sland:
House nigger mentality at its best! Just waiting for the new master :ehh:

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Re: Sanctions On Somaliland

Postby AwRastaale » Wed Mar 16, 2016 12:28 am

Tycoon is beyond dumb. I doubt this forum has someone more stupid and ignorant than this kid.

He heard 'sanctions' from CNN covering the Russian-Turk saga and he thinks any tribe, country, village can issue one on another

:russ: :pac:

He doesn't understand shyt and sanction is not the first topic he revealed his total ignorance of things.

How can Mogadishu administration impose sanctions on Hargeisa when Hargeisa has no reliance to Mogadishu of any kind.

It can't issue economic sanctions because there is no trade between the two. Can you name a single thing they can restrict or halt?

They tried airlines but realised Hargeisa has its own international airport and carriers like FlyDubai and Ethiopian already fly there. There is no need for Landers to travel via Mogadishu.

There is no any production or any goods from Mogadishu making its way to Hargeisa.

SL traders import very few vegetables and fruits but they can easily replace that with Ethiopia with just one phone call.

He thinks Hargeisa is importing natural gas from Xamar or some sophisticated nuclear grade.

Nigga its just few bananas and watermelons. If Xamar stops them, it hurts Wanlawein farmers and rewards Oromo farmers.

Dumb kid.


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