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Tour of Kismayo

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Tour of Kismayo

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Re: Tour of Kismayo

Postby barbarossa » Thu May 07, 2015 12:25 am

:lawd: The soundtrack of the video..

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My nigga Krim living the Waamo life

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Postby xaliye123 » Sun May 10, 2015 8:07 pm

Shiidh waar tigidhka ii jara aan barwaaqada dhex galee.

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Re: Tour of Kismayo

Postby GAMES » Sun May 10, 2015 8:19 pm

Kismaayo could have become the California of Somalia, most temperate weather, beautiful beaches, nice people and everything.

But now, even this paradise is being Qabiilized and we got certain groups (Og's and MX) claiming it.

Kismaayo would always be my favorite place, and I would always have a soft spot for it, regardless of anything.

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Re: Tour of Kismayo

Postby gedo_gurl » Mon May 11, 2015 6:14 am

They are not claiming it as only theirs, they just don't want to be locked out of it, fahan.

Those kids are so cute and Kismaayo is beautiful <3

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Re: Tour of Kismayo

Postby Typhoon » Thu May 14, 2015 1:53 am

Kismaayo could have become the California of Somalia, most temperate weather, beautiful beaches, nice people and everything.

But now, even this paradise is being Qabiilized and we got certain groups (Og's and MX) claiming it.

Kismaayo would always be my favorite place, and I would always have a soft spot for it, regardless of anything.
as much I teas the caanoboore crew I believe only they and sade are legitimate natives to the land.

I want to start national front in kismayo that comprises of marexaan and ogaden (patriotic conservative god fearing skinheads)

ahmed madoowe betrayed ogaden and marexaan when he went civil rights movement on us
I would never mind if the ogaden monopolise power but he is creating a proletariat dictatorship, sheqaal,harti , degodi, iyo waxaan na aqoon bu meesha ku sa daray

there is a marexaan and ogaden consensus and that is, we sade and ogaden are first among equals, give the rest a marie antoinette cake, revolutionary bastards are against the metternich system

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Re: Tour of Kismayo

Postby Rambie » Thu May 14, 2015 4:57 am

Kismaayo could have become the California of Somalia, most temperate weather, beautiful beaches, nice people and everything.

But now, even this paradise is being Qabiilized and we got certain groups (Og's and MX) claiming it.

Kismaayo would always be my favorite place, and I would always have a soft spot for it, regardless of anything.
as much I teas the caanoboore crew I believe only they and sade are legitimate natives to the land.

I want to start national front in kismayo that comprises of marexaan and ogaden (patriotic conservative god fearing skinheads)

ahmed madoowe betrayed ogaden and marexaan when he went civil rights movement on us
I would never mind if the ogaden monopolise power but he is creating a proletariat dictatorship, sheqaal,harti , degodi, iyo waxaan na aqoon bu meesha ku sa daray

there is a marexaan and ogaden consensus and that is, we sade and ogaden are first among equals, give the rest a marie antoinette cake, revolutionary bastards are against the metternich system
Who are you trying to fool?
The Darood were guests just like all other tribes that came after Kismayo was established by the "Banjuni".

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It doesn't matter if you were among the first who moved there, you're not
the "legitimate natives" of this city.

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Re: Tour of Kismayo

Postby Typhoon » Thu May 14, 2015 6:22 am

bajuni are like Creoles of color, they are the product of slave and master sexual relations.
bajuni are the product of arab/Persian immigrants slave traders and slaves from the interior of africa and they number around 5000 in jubaland,they are more numerous in lamu and Mombasa.

kismayo is a relatively new city, in the 30`s it was a village it only grew post ww2 when italian fascist ran to somalia and instituted neocolonial political structures that siyad barre destroyed like Banca d'Italia and Banco di Napoli and all the plantations farms that served as the italian colonial economic base.

beesha sade waged a 250 years liberation war in jubaland against the Italians, British and all kinds of small fluke of history clans.
but the question that persist is the "ogaden question"

the ogaden question requires great bureaucratic, philosophical and mechanical solution, some call it euthanasia I prefer classical terminology which is, "die Endlosung der Ogadenfrage"

we are waiting for kenya to leave
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Re: Tour of Kismayo

Postby MarsinQorahay » Thu May 14, 2015 6:36 am

Waamo niggas is living the life.

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Re: Tour of Kismayo

Postby Rambie » Thu May 14, 2015 8:41 am

bajuni are like Creoles of color, they are the product of slave and master sexual relations.
bajuni are the product of arab/Persian immigrants slave traders and slaves from the interior of africa and they number around 5000 in jubaland,they are more numerous in lamu and Mombasa.

kismayo is a relatively new city, in the 30`s it was a village it only grew post ww2 when italian fascist ran to somalia and instituted neocolonial political structures that siyad barre destroyed like Banca d'Italia and Banco di Napoli and all the plantations farms that served as the italian colonial economic base.

beesha sade waged a 250 years liberation war in jubaland against the Italians, British and all kinds of small fluke of history clans.
but the question that persist is the "ogaden question"

the ogaden question requires great bureaucratic, philosophical and mechanical solution, some call it euthanasia I prefer classical terminology which is, "die Endlosung der Ogadenfrage"

we are waiting for kenya to leave
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If beesha Sade had presence there in Kismayo 250 years ago, I suspect it would have been insignificant.
Before Siad Barre and the creation of Gedo, you had no voice in Kismayo!
Lower Juba in it's self where Kismayo is located is a very diverse region in terms of clan composition.
You can't claim the whole city/region or consider your clan native for that matter.


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Re: Tour of Kismayo

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