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The traditional Dhulbahante King Garaad Jama rejects Khaatumo Somaliland agreement and calls on all Dhulbahante to fight

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Re: The traditional Dhulbahante King Garaad Jama rejects Khaatumo Somaliland agreement and calls on all Dhulbahante to f

Postby original dervish » Sun Jun 18, 2017 4:31 am

If getting rid of the iidoors was only a simple matter of busting a few heads I'd be right behind it.....but it isn't so I'm not. :)
Our region & people are part of a geopolitical conspiracy involving hostile countries/tribes.

Even if we were to eject the iidoors tomorrow....the very next day p/l with their lackey's would roll into town.
What would then ensue would be a battle between p/l and s/l proxies with the Dhulbahante being the ultimate losers.

Our predicament is bad.....but it can become much much worse.
So all things being equal the continuation of the status quo is in our best interests.

PS there is an old Chinese proverb....if you wait by the river long enough you will see all your enemies come floating by. :)

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Re: The traditional Dhulbahante King Garaad Jama rejects Khaatumo Somaliland agreement and calls on all Dhulbahante to f

Postby gegiroor » Sun Jun 18, 2017 5:22 am

If getting rid of the iidoors was only a simple matter of busting a few heads I'd be right behind it.....but it isn't so I'm not. :)
Our region & people are part of a geopolitical conspiracy involving hostile countries/tribes.

Even if we were to eject the iidoors tomorrow....the very next day p/l with their lackey's would roll into town.
What would then ensue would be a battle between p/l and s/l proxies with the Dhulbahante being the ultimate losers.

Our predicament is bad.....but it can become much much worse.
So all things being equal the continuation of the status quo is in our best interests.

PS there is an old Chinese proverb....if you wait by the river long enough you will see all your enemies come floating by. :)

Just a shut up and stop equating PL to SL. Something is definitely wrong with the group of people who support the useless Khaa'inimo (aka Khaatumo) project.

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Re: The traditional Dhulbahante King Garaad Jama rejects Khaatumo Somaliland agreement and calls on all Dhulbahante to f

Postby Ben Dover » Sun Jun 18, 2017 5:22 am

You can just imagine the the depths of despair our resident Somalilandiid qurjiile are languishing in atm, OD actually wrote a full post for the first time in her Snet life, paragraphs and everything!

Friends, I think I have underestimated the scale of the Somalilandiid's plight, this is unprecedented :lol:

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Re: The traditional Dhulbahante King Garaad Jama rejects Khaatumo Somaliland agreement and calls on all Dhulbahante to f

Postby original dervish » Sun Jun 18, 2017 5:41 am

When will folk realise p/l doesn't give a f*@k about them......and never will.
The only option is to build an indigenous viable authority that serves the interests of Dhulbahante. :)

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Re: The traditional Dhulbahante King Garaad Jama rejects Khaatumo Somaliland agreement and calls on all Dhulbahante to f

Postby weydamal » Sun Jun 18, 2017 7:36 am

Bent over you toothless habar jeclo faggot don't you have some wells to poison etc. Why is it always the habar jeclo midgo that calaacal the loudest.

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Re: The traditional Dhulbahante King Garaad Jama rejects Khaatumo Somaliland agreement and calls on all Dhulbahante to f

Postby Adali » Sun Jun 18, 2017 8:33 am

If getting rid of the iidoors was only a simple matter of busting a few heads I'd be right behind it.....but it isn't so I'm not. :)
Our region & people are part of a geopolitical conspiracy involving hostile countries/tribes.

Even if we were to eject the iidoors tomorrow....the very next day p/l with their lackey's would roll into town.
What would then ensue would be a battle between p/l and s/l proxies with the Dhulbahante being the ultimate losers.

Our predicament is bad.....but it can become much much worse.
So all things being equal the continuation of the status quo is in our best interests.

PS there is an old Chinese proverb....if you wait by the river long enough you will see all your enemies come floating by. :)
When will folk realise p/l doesn't give a f*@k about them......and never will.
The only option is to build an indigenous viable authority that serves the interests of Dhulbahante. :)
I understand your rational preference for the status quo, you make sense, but are you saying the Garaad is a seef labood :lol:

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Re: The traditional Dhulbahante King Garaad Jama rejects Khaatumo Somaliland agreement and calls on all Dhulbahante to f

Postby RoobleAlWaliid » Sun Jun 18, 2017 10:59 am

Garaca son of whore Prince son of Bucur Bucayr Eydoor weird obsession with Dhulbahante

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Re: The traditional Dhulbahante King Garaad Jama rejects Khaatumo Somaliland agreement and calls on all Dhulbahante to f

Postby X.Playa » Sun Jun 18, 2017 11:10 am

If getting rid of the iidoors was only a simple matter of busting a few heads I'd be right behind it.....but it isn't so I'm not. :)
Our region & people are part of a geopolitical conspiracy involving hostile countries/tribes.

Even if we were to eject the iidoors tomorrow....the very next day p/l with their lackey's would roll into town.
What would then ensue would be a battle between p/l and s/l proxies with the Dhulbahante being the ultimate losers.

Our predicament is bad.....but it can become much much worse.
So all things being equal the continuation of the status quo is in our best interests.

PS there is an old Chinese proverb....if you wait by the river long enough you will see all your enemies come floating by. :)
Oh how cute little missy dervish writing two full coherent paragraphs with no giggle and smiles I bet she broke couple nails in the process. It must a grave cause for our princess to sacrifice her polished nails.

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Re: The traditional Dhulbahante King Garaad Jama rejects Khaatumo Somaliland agreement and calls on all Dhulbahante to f

Postby X.Playa » Sun Jun 18, 2017 11:17 am

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Garaca son of whore Prince son of Bucur Bucayr Eydoor weird obsession with Dhulbahante
Gudaburo you are use to isaaq mounting you as a well trained horse why dishearten the newly acquired daarood horse? Are you jealous?

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Re: The traditional Dhulbahante King Garaad Jama rejects Khaatumo Somaliland agreement and calls on all Dhulbahante to f

Postby original dervish » Sun Jun 18, 2017 11:22 am

You should bash one out before coming online then you wouldn't come across like a thirsty ass nigga. :)

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Re: The traditional Dhulbahante King Garaad Jama rejects Khaatumo Somaliland agreement and calls on all Dhulbahante to f

Postby EmirCali » Sun Jun 18, 2017 11:31 am

You should bash one out before coming online then you wouldn't come across like a thirsty ass nigga. :)
Isaaq the fifth column of Somalia

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Re: The traditional Dhulbahante King Garaad Jama rejects Khaatumo Somaliland agreement and calls on all Dhulbahante to f

Postby RoobleAlWaliid » Sun Jun 18, 2017 11:47 am

u
Garaca son of whore Prince son of Bucur Bucayr Eydoor weird obsession with Dhulbahante
Gudaburo you are use to isaaq mounting you as a well trained horse why dishearten the newly acquired daarood horse? Are you jealous?
Why bring Darood in the equation? If he was a sincere Gadabuursi I would help him and defend him regardless of which clan he is arguing with balse waa Isaaq

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Re: The traditional Dhulbahante King Garaad Jama rejects Khaatumo Somaliland agreement and calls on all Dhulbahante to f

Postby Sharmarke91 » Sun Jun 18, 2017 12:16 pm

When are you buying yours to join the 2000 soldiers you have been advocating for? Why is this questions so hard to answer? Warmongers should be sent to war.
By his own admission, his land has been occupied, and this is a legitimate jihad in his view. Yet here we have the qurjiile calaacaling on Snet :), calling for war, and begging other men to die for him.

A damsel in distress :lol:
The Dhulbahante are certainty monolithic in their believe in Somali unity. Its a simple concept to understand, why should i a Darod who is a leader in Somalia degrade myself to join Somaliland when i know the former will bare more fruits for me? is this question of what is in my best interest which drives Dhulbahante endeavour to regain control of their land. Fyi no single Dhulbahante believes in Somaliland even the ones that work for them.

And that my friends is textbook example of Munaafiqnimo :)

Motherfucker starts the paragraph with Somali unity, and very quickly explains it as a matter of self-interest for him as a qamadi-seeking-qurjiile.

They do not believe in unity or any of that shit, they are just seeking their next meal, the eternal qurjiile dilemma :lol:
Look at this imbeciles logic?! :lol:

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Re: The traditional Dhulbahante King Garaad Jama rejects Khaatumo Somaliland agreement and calls on all Dhulbahante to f

Postby weydamal » Mon Jun 19, 2017 8:31 am

The iiddor nightmare, Gadabuursi and Dhulbahante alliance. You can't drive a wedge between these two brotherly clans, no matter how many nicks you have low caste sons of Bucur Bucayr. Every one sees your toothless faces behind those multiple names.

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Re: The traditional Dhulbahante King Garaad Jama rejects Khaatumo Somaliland agreement and calls on all Dhulbahante to f

Postby weydamal » Mon Jun 19, 2017 8:37 am

Habar jeclo and Habar Yoonis talking about qamadi? Wasn't there a qamadi war between between you two goats.

Iiddor are a poverty stricken clan who survive on Ngo and white fag handouts. Y'all wouldda been extinct long ago if you hadn't sold your behinds to the white man.


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