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Its official the UK is at war with us to keep us weak via the UN arms embargo

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Its official the UK is at war with us to keep us weak via the UN arms embargo

Postby ReturnOfMariixmaan » Mon Nov 18, 2019 12:32 am

This is the high commissioner of Kenya suppporting the KDF after being told of their collaboration w/ AS:




The national security advisor of SFG said this via a Twitter thread and subliminal message towards the UK:




Here is the scam of the Globalism and the UN/AU





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Re: Its official the UK is at war with us to keep us weak via the UN arms embargo

Postby UgaaskaBarakaysan » Mon Nov 18, 2019 12:54 am

Somalia is a playground for competing interests to do as they please. This has been the case since 91';when the country was put into a coma that it hasn't woken up from since. All of the countries on that sanctions committee recommended that the arms embargo shouldn't be lifted. It's plausible that there are global powers that have an interest in not allowing Somalia to become self-sufficient but their plans are carried out by people that are supposed to be your countrymen. It's a dilemma for sure and some serious discussions need to be had behind closed doors on necessary measures if this federal system doesn't work out. Personally I believe we need to strengthen our ismimo and bring unity to that front to unite the different groups and also do the same for the intelligentsia. If a broader Somalia can't be worked out due to unreconcilable differences either a confederal system or balkanization would be options. Because this comatose state of AMSIOM and the UN running the show and being mediators for all parties is pathetic. If we can't understand each other we might as well do our own things.

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Re: Its official the UK is at war with us to keep us weak via the UN arms embargo

Postby ReturnOfMariixmaan » Mon Nov 18, 2019 1:00 am

Somalia is a playground for competing interests to do as they please. This has been the case since 91';when the country was put into a coma that it hasn't woken up from since. All of the countries on that sanctions committee recommended that the arms embargo shouldn't be lifted. It's plausible that there are global powers that have an interest in not allowing Somalia to become self-sufficient but their plans are carried out by people that are supposed to be your countrymen. It's a dilemma for sure and some serious discussions need to be had behind closed doors on necessary measures if this federal system doesn't work out. Personally I believe we need to strengthen our ismimo and bring unity to that front to unite the different groups and also do the same for the intelligentsia. If a broader Somalia can't be worked out due to unreconcilable differences either a confederal system or balkanization would be options. Because this comatose state of AMSIOM and the UN running the show and being mediators for all parties is pathetic. If we can't understand each other we might as well do our own things.
To their credit, N&N are actively fighting back against the global powers from what I know. The Chinese and Russians plus other countries are feeling a bit uneasy with the way UK is using the sanctions committee, even threatening weaker countries like Kuwait to stop supporting us. It's a crazy dilemma bro

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Re: Its official the UK is at war with us to keep us weak via the UN arms embargo

Postby UgaaskaBarakaysan » Mon Nov 18, 2019 1:11 am

Somalia is a playground for competing interests to do as they please. This has been the case since 91';when the country was put into a coma that it hasn't woken up from since. All of the countries on that sanctions committee recommended that the arms embargo shouldn't be lifted. It's plausible that there are global powers that have an interest in not allowing Somalia to become self-sufficient but their plans are carried out by people that are supposed to be your countrymen. It's a dilemma for sure and some serious discussions need to be had behind closed doors on necessary measures if this federal system doesn't work out. Personally I believe we need to strengthen our ismimo and bring unity to that front to unite the different groups and also do the same for the intelligentsia. If a broader Somalia can't be worked out due to unreconcilable differences either a confederal system or balkanization would be options. Because this comatose state of AMSIOM and the UN running the show and being mediators for all parties is pathetic. If we can't understand each other we might as well do our own things.
To their credit, N&N are actively fighting back against the global powers from what I know. The Chinese and Russians plus other countries are feeling a bit uneasy with the way UK is using the sanctions committee, even threatening weaker countries like Kuwait to stop supporting us. It's a crazy dilemma bro
This sanctions committee is the least of our worries, in all honesty until we know to which groups these weapons would have been going to lifting the arms embargo isn't a good move right now. We don't even have a united army, would we be arming factions that might one day try to oppose the government again? That would be a worse case scenario and can't be allowed to happen.

As for fighting back against global powers, there's only so much N&N could do, the country has been without institutions for a very long time, corruption on all levels has been the norm during that time and there is mistrust between people to the point that AMISOM and the UN have to repeatedly step in as mediators between groups. That doesn't sound like stable grounds for a country to reach success and obviously the turmoil is exacerbated by the competing interests that all want a piece and use proxies that are more than willing to do their bidding.

It's like there is no respect for their own leaders but as soon as some foreigner steps in they get in line and behave. Which is why I am an advocate for focusing on developing your regions leadership infrastructure first and go from there in terms of structuring long term plans.
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Re: Its official the UK is at war with us to keep us weak via the UN arms embargo

Postby ReturnOfMariixmaan » Mon Nov 18, 2019 1:14 am

Somalia is a playground for competing interests to do as they please. This has been the case since 91';when the country was put into a coma that it hasn't woken up from since. All of the countries on that sanctions committee recommended that the arms embargo shouldn't be lifted. It's plausible that there are global powers that have an interest in not allowing Somalia to become self-sufficient but their plans are carried out by people that are supposed to be your countrymen. It's a dilemma for sure and some serious discussions need to be had behind closed doors on necessary measures if this federal system doesn't work out. Personally I believe we need to strengthen our ismimo and bring unity to that front to unite the different groups and also do the same for the intelligentsia. If a broader Somalia can't be worked out due to unreconcilable differences either a confederal system or balkanization would be options. Because this comatose state of AMSIOM and the UN running the show and being mediators for all parties is pathetic. If we can't understand each other we might as well do our own things.
To their credit, N&N are actively fighting back against the global powers from what I know. The Chinese and Russians plus other countries are feeling a bit uneasy with the way UK is using the sanctions committee, even threatening weaker countries like Kuwait to stop supporting us. It's a crazy dilemma bro
There's only so much N&N could do, the country has been without institutions for a very long time, corruption on all levels has been the norm during that time and there is mistrust between people to the point that AMISOM and the UN have to repeatedly step in as mediators between groups. That doesn't sound like stable grounds for a country to reach success and obviously the turmoil is exacerbated by the competing interests that all want a piece and use proxies that are more than willing to do their bidding.

It's like their is no respect for their own leaders but as soon as some foreigner steps in they get in line and behave.
Sad reality really. Somalis are xoolos bro

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Re: Its official the UK is at war with us to keep us weak via the UN arms embargo

Postby mahoka » Mon Nov 18, 2019 5:51 am

Fake news. Farmaajo didn’t send anyone to argue Somalia’s case. If this was a priority for farmaajo and co, they would’ve attended the UN hearing but Somalia’s chair was empty. Fake outrage only works on the illiterate

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Re: Its official the UK is at war with us to keep us weak via the UN arms embargo

Postby Nomand » Mon Nov 18, 2019 8:03 am

Somalia is a playground for competing interests to do as they please. This has been the case since 91';when the country was put into a coma that it hasn't woken up from since. All of the countries on that sanctions committee recommended that the arms embargo shouldn't be lifted. It's plausible that there are global powers that have an interest in not allowing Somalia to become self-sufficient but their plans are carried out by people that are supposed to be your countrymen. It's a dilemma for sure and some serious discussions need to be had behind closed doors on necessary measures if this federal system doesn't work out. Personally I believe we need to strengthen our ismimo and bring unity to that front to unite the different groups and also do the same for the intelligentsia. If a broader Somalia can't be worked out due to unreconcilable differences either a confederal system or balkanization would be options. Because this comatose state of AMSIOM and the UN running the show and being mediators for all parties is pathetic. If we can't understand each other we might as well do our own things.
To their credit, N&N are actively fighting back against the global powers from what I know. The Chinese and Russians plus other countries are feeling a bit uneasy with the way UK is using the sanctions committee, even threatening weaker countries like Kuwait to stop supporting us. It's a crazy dilemma bro
This sanctions committee is the least of our worries, in all honesty until we know to which groups these weapons would have been going to lifting the arms embargo isn't a good move right now. We don't even have a united army, would we be arming factions that might one day try to oppose the government again? That would be a worse case scenario and can't be allowed to happen.

As for fighting back against global powers, there's only so much N&N could do, the country has been without institutions for a very long time, corruption on all levels has been the norm during that time and there is mistrust between people to the point that AMISOM and the UN have to repeatedly step in as mediators between groups. That doesn't sound like stable grounds for a country to reach success and obviously the turmoil is exacerbated by the competing interests that all want a piece and use proxies that are more than willing to do their bidding.

It's like there is no respect for their own leaders but as soon as some foreigner steps in they get in line and behave. Which is why I am an advocate for focusing on developing your regions leadership infrastructure first and go from there in terms of structuring long term plans.
first person i agree with.

army is not ready for heavy weapons plus we don't need heavy weapons to defeat al-shabaab what we need is a good economy and to lower the unemployment rate.

most of the army is poorly trained we have a few thousands that are well trained in turkey i think the whole goal is to replace majority of the sna soldiers with turkish trained soldiers. once we have that in place then we can start thinking of heavy weapons.

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