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The houthis are honourable but they are ruining our business

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The houthis are honourable but they are ruining our business

Postby theyuusuf143 » Thu Dec 21, 2023 12:47 pm

This new redsea problem is direct threat to somaliland . The good thing is Eden STC separatists are getting stronger than ever before and they are aligned with the UAE who are also our allies. We can secure the golf if UAE supporters us with drones. If not we should switch sides and join the houthis and Iran to die with dignity , in the process at least we can gain more lethal weapons to sink commercial ships . Rule number one we should never fk with with those honourable houthi brothers. No body can use our land to attack them unless it's worth it. If UAE attacks them from our land without meeting our demands. We should allow alshabaab to attack them (the UAE) in berbera airport.
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Re: The houthis are honourable but they are ruining our business

Postby theyuusuf143 » Thu Dec 21, 2023 1:01 pm

We should appoint 2 ambassadors one for eden and one for San,a. The government of Yemen doesn't exist anymore.

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Re: The houthis are honourable but they are ruining our business

Postby theyuusuf143 » Thu Dec 21, 2023 1:17 pm

For those of you who are skeptical about alshabaab. Keep this in mine ANY TIME FOREIGN POWERS TRY TO ABUSE OUR TRUST , WE MUST LET ALSHABAAB DEAL WITH THEM . This policy protects us more than any other policy . Those big countries thinks we are Expendable condoms. But that condom can end up in their ass .

We are not demanding that much , we just want to be allowed to have our own defence system.

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Re: The houthis are honourable but they are ruining our business

Postby gobdoon » Fri Dec 22, 2023 2:46 am

Yusuf you running around like a headless chicken, I say be careful what you wish for above all know your strength and capability

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Re: The houthis are honourable but they are ruining our business

Postby apex372 » Fri Dec 22, 2023 4:14 am

Acknowledging the perceived honor of the Houthis while expressing concern about the impact on business highlights the complexity of the situation. Balancing respect for various perspectives with practical business challenges is crucial. Open dialogue and seeking peaceful resolutions could be essential in fostering understanding between conflicting interests. Navigating such situations requires diplomacy and a focus on finding common ground for the greater good.PM kisan status

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Re: The houthis are honourable but they are ruining our business

Postby theyuusuf143 » Fri Dec 22, 2023 5:46 am

We won't keep the peace if we are not benefiting from it. How come our coastline is safe without foreigners patroling , yet our coast
guard receives nothing from those big countries. Somalia took control of our air space , and now they represent us in the redsea and golf alliance. Your dooros attacked us from the east. And Ethiopia may do the same in the West. I don't see why we should keep low profile when everyone else in the neighborhood is causing troubles.

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Re: The houthis are honourable but they are ruining our business

Postby barbarossa » Fri Dec 22, 2023 9:00 am

Not sure why ustaad yusuf u daan daansanaayo the houthis; it is not like they have interrupted the flow of qaad supplies into the blessed Republic or something.

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Re: The houthis are honourable but they are ruining our business

Postby theyuusuf143 » Fri Dec 22, 2023 12:21 pm

Not sure why ustaad yusuf u daan daansanaayo the houthis; it is not like they have interrupted the flow of qaad supplies into the blessed Republic or something.
I don't want FK with the houthis , But if the UAE army joins the red sea war. They only have 2 military bases in this area. Berbera and Eden. So we are already in trouble. Those emarates should pay us or provide modern weapons to our army . Otherwise we won't take the risk. These houthis may feel the heat and shoot their rockets to every where especially djibouti.

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Re: The houthis are honourable but they are ruining our business

Postby barbarossa » Fri Dec 22, 2023 12:41 pm

Not sure why ustaad yusuf u daan daansanaayo the houthis; it is not like they have interrupted the flow of qaad supplies into the blessed Republic or something.
I don't want FK with the houthis , But if the UAE army joins the red sea war. They only have 2 military bases in this area. Berbera and Eden. So we are already in trouble. Those emarates should pay us or provide modern weapons to our army . Otherwise we won't take the risk. These houthis may feel the heat and shoot their rockets to every where especially djibouti.

Gaalku markuu dhahey "in vino veritas" been muu sheegin. Bal fiiri ustaad Yuusuf, he makes a whole lot more sense markuu intoxicated yahey than when he is sober.


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