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Sanctions On Somaliland

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Re: Sanctions On Somaliland

Postby SomaliTycoon » Wed Mar 16, 2016 5:51 pm

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

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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.

Allowing nations to fly in and out of Hargeisa is the issue, allowing Somaliland to play dress up is another issue.
Somalia can easily dismiss nations who work with Somaliland, but to do this Somalia itself must inherit good leaders.
They bootyclap for the Ethiopians and the enemy. If good leaders are born, Ethiopia itself will be told directly to stop dealing with SL


No clan can place sanctions on another, but the federal government can most likely stop business flow within Hargeisa if they interrogate and harass certain companies/countries that work with the Landers. First we would need to describe Somaliland as an enemy state, the federal government can announce that Somaliland supports terrorism therefore no one is allowed to deal with them.
Somalia can easily get the U.S to place these same sanctions on Somaliland if our leaders are too shallow to do so.

Ethiopia played a key role in making sure Eritrea was put under sanctions, in fact they protested in front of the U.N.
Somalia can persuade the international community to stop dealing with Somaliland, this can be achieved, if your blind, then most likely you're illiterate in terms of politics. Somaliland is technically a partner alongside terror, a simple case can destroy your ictiraaf

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Re: Sanctions On Somaliland

Postby Xildiiid » Wed Mar 16, 2016 6:28 pm

Lol, sanctions and Zoomalia in the same sentence. :pac:

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Re: Sanctions On Somaliland

Postby AwRastaale » Wed Mar 16, 2016 7:42 pm

No wonder Gedo only has one high school.

Now you know the level of ignorance in that part of Somalia.

damn motha fokka u so ignorant.

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Re: Sanctions On Somaliland

Postby UgaasCuthman » Wed Mar 16, 2016 7:47 pm

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Re: Sanctions On Somaliland

Postby SomaliTycoon » Wed Mar 16, 2016 9:26 pm

No wonder Gedo only has one high school.

Now you know the level of ignorance in that part of Somalia.

damn motha fokka u so ignorant.
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Re: Sanctions On Somaliland

Postby AwRastaale » Wed Mar 16, 2016 9:48 pm

Tycoon,

We know why you so ignorant. Give it a rest even your fellow Wanlawein are laughing at you where there are high schools and colleges.
The headmaster of the 500-pupil primary school in the Gedo town of Buur Dhuubo, 480km southwest of Mogadishu, is pessimistic.

“Some of them will finish primary school but they don't have a chance for secondary school here," said Abdi Haji.

In Gedo, a region with more than half a million inhabitants, there is only a single secondary school.

"Most of the boys will stay in the town, return to the countryside, migrate to countries such as Yemen or join a militia," Haji said.


- http://www.irinnews.org/report/90425/so ... -hope-gedo

Instead of wasting time on impossible 'sanctions', you should worry about building a second secondary school for the kids there who are fleeing in the hundreds to join al Shabab or across Yemen and return to Berbera only to be denied entry.

Sanctions works between nations and states that rely on each others or nations that violate international treaties.

Apart from few watermelon from Hiiraan and some small green banana there is nothing from the south. And for that one phone call to Ethiopia, replaces them over night (Ethiopian Airlines cargo) instead of 3 weeks truck journey.

One of Idoor's small district, Gabiley, has over 85 schools including 5 Secondary Colleges forget regions and that's why the average Idoor even on Snet is more informed and rather educated.

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Re: Sanctions On Somaliland

Postby SomaliTycoon » Wed Mar 16, 2016 9:59 pm

Tycoon,

We know why you so ignorant. Give it a rest even your fellow Wanlawein are laughing at you where there are high schools and colleges.
The headmaster of the 500-pupil primary school in the Gedo town of Buur Dhuubo, 480km southwest of Mogadishu, is pessimistic.

“Some of them will finish primary school but they don't have a chance for secondary school here," said Abdi Haji.

In Gedo, a region with more than half a million inhabitants, there is only a single secondary school.

"Most of the boys will stay in the town, return to the countryside, migrate to countries such as Yemen or join a militia," Haji said.


- http://www.irinnews.org/report/90425/so ... -hope-gedo

Instead of wasting time on impossible 'sanctions', you should worry about building a second secondary school for the kids there who are fleeing in the hundreds to join al Shabab or across Yemen and return to Berbera only to be denied entry.

Sanctions works between nations and states that rely on each others or nations that violate international treaties.

Apart from few watermelon from Hiiraan and some small green banana there is nothing from the south. And for that one phone call to Ethiopia, replaces them over night (Ethiopian Airlines cargo) instead of 3 weeks truck journey.

Cross to to Yemen kulaha, nigga it is your idoorian cousins who are constantly being dumped into the red sea, those who happen to make it across become housemaids for Yemanis. Wtf is you talking about lil nigga? What Mareexan would travel all the way to SL to make it across?

We tell our children to stay out of Somaliland, we tell them how much you hate them, and how cuqdad and qabyalad would get us killed in your hometowns. No sane mareexan would consider crossing into Somaliland, your cuqdad will get a nigga killed the moment the locals find out what sub clan of Darood we happen to be.

Gedo has many schools, each city has its own school, not to mention that Kismayo has received 6 million in terms of aid to construct a new college in the port city. This University will become the biggest in Somalia, we've signed agreements. Sade and OG's have now signed an alliance, there will no longer be war, I'd be worried about that ictiraaf, because once were on our feet again, best believe Mareexan wont allow no secession. Remember, this is the clan that made you scream, "Soomali ma ihi" Remember, we are the reason why you wave a fake flag, we are the reason why you no longer consider yourself Somali. War waxkale iska daaye, we fucked you to extent where you hate your own ethnic group, we brainwashed you to run away, you have been consumed to hate simply because you were ass whooped so hard ilaa hada Soomali ma ihi baad oroneysaa.

Your cuqdad is why you calaacal, this clan ain't even your neighbor, but you worship our souls as if inaan wax isku nahay
Idoor idoor dhalay, mar hore ayaanu Soomalinimo ku nacsiiney, hada Geeska Africa ayaanu ku nacsiin doonaa
We;ll make sure you migrate to Yemen, luuuqda dhan ayaad nici doontaa, hadaba Soomalinimo ayaanu ku nacsiiinaye.
We'll make sure luuqada laftinkeeda inaad tuuro oo aad carabi ama chinese ku hadasho, this what happens when you become a man's bitch, you end up hating yourself, 50% has been achieved, inta kale waa tariiikh ina sugeyso

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Re: Sanctions On Somaliland

Postby SomaliTycoon » Wed Mar 16, 2016 10:10 pm

Idoor aan gumeysan jiry oo naagteyda afaraad lagu tilmaami jiry ayaaba maanta gacmaha igu soo fiiiqey
Walle dhiigaada waa i xalaal, toogashadu idoorka waa muqadas laga maarmaan ah, dhiladi mareykan ku keenty wase

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Re: Sanctions On Somaliland

Postby AwRastaale » Wed Mar 16, 2016 10:16 pm

If you wanted to avoid SL, it wouldn't be your topic of choice every day. Do you see any of us post anything on Gedo?

You should read some books instead of trolling about things of which you have no idea.

I didn't say your kids are fleeing. Your elders did. It comes from your own people.

We just know that SL blocked southerners from entering SL from Yemen. That was many boat loads.

The few Isaac who returned got red carpet welcome.

Why would SL block its own people?

Again shows your ignorance. I'm not expecting much from someone whose from a region with one school.

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Re: Sanctions On Somaliland

Postby JSL3000 » Wed Mar 16, 2016 10:36 pm

Somaliraccoon has no life all he talks about is qabiil all day while his langaab jilib is irrelevant politics today.

Majority people from zoomalia don't even know wtf gedo is. :lol:

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Re: Sanctions On Somaliland

Postby SomaliTycoon » Wed Mar 16, 2016 10:44 pm

Arguing with a idoor is like arguing with a time clock, it aint ever goin stop ticking.

The reason Somaliland came to be is because we fucked you so hard that you no longer wanted to be part of the union.

Now you ask me, who has been conquered? Dadkaada ayaan ku nacsiiney, nacas nacas dhalay

Gedo is where its at, rivers on deck, greenery on deck, I'm glad we migrated, and Im glad ya'll stayed back
Imagine sharing this land with Idoors, shit would f-king kill me

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Re: Sanctions On Somaliland

Postby SomaliTycoon » Wed Mar 16, 2016 10:47 pm

Why would SL block its own people?

Again shows your ignorance. I'm not expecting much from someone whose from a region with one school.

You're making fake arguments so you could argue with yourself?
Where did i state its okay for SL to block its own people?

Nigga making fake allegations to spice up the conversation

Again, I'm the reason you no longer wish to be Somali, I;m the reason, hence the hatred

Hate yourself sxb, faqash baa i wasty, Soomali dhan waan nacy kulaha kkkkkkk, maskax idoor

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Re: Sanctions On Somaliland

Postby JSL3000 » Wed Mar 16, 2016 10:51 pm

^I'm telling yall this dude is hopeless everyone just ignore him he is not civilized.

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Re: Sanctions On Somaliland

Postby mahoka » Wed Mar 16, 2016 11:10 pm

Doofar ismaciil obsession with isaaq continues

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Re: Sanctions On Somaliland

Postby SomaliTycoon » Wed Mar 16, 2016 11:12 pm

Doofar ismaciil obsession with isaaq continues

Siiil qabiiil maleh, kaca meesha nayaaa


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