Welcome to SomaliNet Forums, a friendly and gigantic Somali centric active community. Login to hide this block

You are currently viewing this page as a guest. By joining our community you will have the ability to post topics, ask questions, educate others, use the advanced search, subscribe to threads and access many, many other features. Registration is quick, simple and absolutely free. Join SomaliNet forums today! Please note that registered members with over 50 posts see no ads whatsoever! Are you new to SomaliNet? These forums with millions of posts are just one section of a much larger site. Just visit the front page and use the top links to explore deep into SomaliNet oasis, Somali singles, Somali business directory, Somali job bank and much more. Click here to login. If you need to reset your password, click here. If you have any problems with the registration process or your account login, please contact us.

Question regarding the legacy of the SNM

Dedicated for Somaliland politics and affairs.

Moderator: Moderators

OUR SPONSOR: LOGIN TO HIDE
User avatar
ZubeirAwal
SomaliNet Super
SomaliNet Super
Posts: 15166
Joined: Sat Mar 19, 2011 1:05 pm
Location: No one feels safe from hypocrisy except the hypocrite.

Question regarding the legacy of the SNM

Postby ZubeirAwal » Tue May 14, 2019 6:16 am

Why don't we construct a memorial similar to that of other nations that allow us to preserve the memory and names of those who laid down their lives in order for us to live in peace today?

Many vets are still homeless and limping around with one leg, all I'm saying is that things like these that we take for granted can be forgotten within a century or two, it's important that this task be undertaken.

User avatar
LeJusticier
SomaliNet Super
SomaliNet Super
Posts: 7462
Joined: Wed Jun 05, 2013 5:36 pm
Location: base of sufism. Imam Le Justicier ...Xerta Dareenka

Re: Question regarding the legacy of the SNM

Postby LeJusticier » Tue May 14, 2019 7:13 am

Instead of 18 May street partying we need to construct a war memorial in every city center to honour the valour and sacrifice of the thousands of young SNM men and women that liberated our beloved nation. Without those heroes many of enemies collaborators and useless politician who have only big mouth and spread fitna, today would have been General Morgen mistress and concubine with pink lipstick. Somaliland would have been also Absame settlers land.

LeJ

SuldaanMaplesyrup
SomaliNet Heavyweight
SomaliNet Heavyweight
Posts: 1686
Joined: Sun Mar 13, 2016 10:32 am

Re: Question regarding the legacy of the SNM

Postby SuldaanMaplesyrup » Tue May 14, 2019 7:22 am

Instead of 18 May street partying we need to construct a war memorial in every city center to honour the valour and sacrifice of the thousands of young SNM men and women that liberated our beloved nation. Without those heroes many of enemies collaborators and useless politician who have only big mouth and spread fitna, today would have been General Morgen mistress and concubine with pink lipstick. Somaliland would have been also Absame settlers land.

LeJ
This.

User avatar
LeJusticier
SomaliNet Super
SomaliNet Super
Posts: 7462
Joined: Wed Jun 05, 2013 5:36 pm
Location: base of sufism. Imam Le Justicier ...Xerta Dareenka

Re: Question regarding the legacy of the SNM

Postby LeJusticier » Tue May 14, 2019 8:22 am

Instead of 18 May street partying we need to construct a war memorial in every city center to honour the valour and sacrifice of the thousands of young SNM men and women that liberated our beloved nation. Without those heroes many of enemies collaborators and useless politician who have only big mouth and spread fitna, today would have been General Morgen mistress and concubine with pink lipstick. Somaliland would have been also Absame settlers land.

LeJ
This.
Idoorka 24 hours horn cable fitna ka daldalaya would have been now General Morgon's girl friends without SNM heroes that shed their blood and lost their lives

SuldaanMaplesyrup
SomaliNet Heavyweight
SomaliNet Heavyweight
Posts: 1686
Joined: Sun Mar 13, 2016 10:32 am

Re: Question regarding the legacy of the SNM

Postby SuldaanMaplesyrup » Tue May 14, 2019 11:07 am

Instead of 18 May street partying we need to construct a war memorial in every city center to honour the valour and sacrifice of the thousands of young SNM men and women that liberated our beloved nation. Without those heroes many of enemies collaborators and useless politician who have only big mouth and spread fitna, today would have been General Morgen mistress and concubine with pink lipstick. Somaliland would have been also Absame settlers land.

LeJ
This.
Idoorka 24 hours horn cable fitna ka daldalaya would have been now General Morgon's girl friends without SNM heroes that shed their blood and lost their lives
Agreed. These iidoor news outlets spread nothing but fitna.

Take this video for example


From the title you would assume Xildhibaan Dheeg spent the entire video criticizing the government on arresting the Dhulbahante MP. But the vast majority of the video is spent explaining the significance on 18 May, how iidoors gave concessions to Gadabursi and Harti (despite their involvement in the Faqash regime) to bring them into the fold of Somaliland in 1991 - something non-Isaaqs conveniently leave out when arguing Somaliland is a clan project.

User avatar
theyuusuf143
SomaliNet Super
SomaliNet Super
Posts: 10966
Joined: Sun May 01, 2011 1:15 pm
Location: "Dareen naxli reeba iyo nolosha aan loo sinayn naftaaday dhaawacaan" by dhaglas

Re: Question regarding the legacy of the SNM

Postby theyuusuf143 » Tue May 14, 2019 12:34 pm

And it's not even that expensive . All we need is a wall or a tower with the names of those military win SNM heroes who died in action. The biggest one should be erected in Berbera too boost it's tourist attraction .

Few years back qabyo tire the ex governor of togdheer , suggested that we should erect africa's longest flag pole In front of building we were sitting when we declared somaliland indepedence. I am not sure if he put that project in our national development plan, because he later became the minister of planning.

Some people wants to erase SNM legacy , but we should double our efforts to lionize them. If our countrymen in the East wants fair treatment for daraawiish , fair enough . We should also honor daraawiish leaders despite the fact that none of them was harti. We don't mind to teach our children about
sultan nuur , hajji sudi and other isaaq dervishes.

User avatar
X.Playa
SomaliNet Super
SomaliNet Super
Posts: 16819
Joined: Sun Mar 17, 2002 7:00 pm
Location: Canada,Hawd

Re: Question regarding the legacy of the SNM

Postby X.Playa » Tue May 14, 2019 12:54 pm

Why don't we construct a memorial similar to that of other nations that allow us to preserve the memory and names of those who laid down their lives in order for us to live in peace today?

Many vets are still homeless and limping around with one leg, all I'm saying is that things like these that we take for granted can be forgotten within a century or two, it's important that this task be undertaken.
are you kidding me , you have seen how the neo-idoor faqash celebrated the life of Cabid Waarabe an archetypal faqash and traitor . These people will celebrate the legacy of Cawil Mucjiso and Ismaaciil Faqash and Warancade soon too, never mind SNM , the whole shit is soo fake and ridiculous now that the entire nation is historically confused.

Within my life time , Afweyne , the , mad mullaha and even morgan will be lionized in Somaliland , give it a time .

User avatar
LeJusticier
SomaliNet Super
SomaliNet Super
Posts: 7462
Joined: Wed Jun 05, 2013 5:36 pm
Location: base of sufism. Imam Le Justicier ...Xerta Dareenka

Re: Question regarding the legacy of the SNM

Postby LeJusticier » Wed May 15, 2019 4:33 am



This.
Idoorka 24 hours horn cable fitna ka daldalaya would have been now General Morgon's girl friends without SNM heroes that shed their blood and lost their lives
Agreed. These iidoor news outlets spread nothing but fitna.

Take this video for example


From the title you would assume Xildhibaan Dheeg spent the entire video criticizing the government on arresting the Dhulbahante MP. But the vast majority of the video is spent explaining the significance on 18 May, how iidoors gave concessions to Gadabursi and Harti (despite their involvement in the Faqash regime) to bring them into the fold of Somaliland in 1991 - something non-Isaaqs conveniently leave out when arguing Somaliland is a clan project.
This example is one of evidence could be the final nail in the coffin of Somaliland.
That dhulbahante Xildhibaan who called 18 May maalin madow upon taking his isxanbaar selection have swear that he will support and defend the Somaliland constitution and his salary is around $3000 an Month


OUR SPONSOR: LOGIN TO HIDE

Hello, Has your question been answered on this page? We hope yes. If not, you can start a new thread and post your question(s). It is free to join. You can also search our over a million pages (just scroll up and use our site-wide search box) or browse the forums.

  • Similar Topics
    Replies
    Views
    Last post

Return to “Politics - Somaliland”

Who is online

Users browsing this forum: No registered users and 3 guests