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AW in Xamar streets

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AW in Xamar streets

Postby sahal80 » Wed Jun 12, 2019 12:59 pm

:dead: I know this guys Twitter since 2013 when I was following JL I think he is southren mx who were pro JL before heshiiska but he keeps sounds to me each time that's he is our resident shaxaari AW bc he lives in America, very articulate and has the same name as him. Diasbora mxs are flocking to Xamar these days.




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Re: AW in Xamar streets

Postby AbdiWahab252 » Wed Jun 12, 2019 5:50 pm

lol Sahal... I have noticed that LA has a lot of Jeberti political commentators. The most notorious is the one who works for the County Faisal Roble.

I only wish my Adeer Caadow had helped me migrate here in the 1980s. I would have been in a good position to help tolka in 1992. The Jebertis were shaping American views of the civil war casting HAGs as mongols savages and themselves as victims. The few HAGs here at the time were not engaged and not to bright including Hussein Aidid.

One of the most dangerous analysts who caused the clash between Clinton and Caydiid was the Jeberti Professor Samatar of Rutgers University in New Jersey. Ina Cisman Caato who also lived in the area did nothing to counter the hate filled propaganda analysis being spewed by Samatar.

Fortunately we have learned from our mistakes. We have HAGists monitoring Jeberti activitism. Occasionally we have to expand the gashanbuur to include Dir, DM, Issaq etc to squash Jeberti propaganda.

The only thing we lack is a cohesive HAG candidate for MN office. Ilhan is honorary HAG but the one raised by HAGists Warsame has become an irritant who will face a challenger that HAG will fund

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Re: AW in Xamar streets

Postby sahal80 » Wed Jun 12, 2019 7:34 pm

lol Sahal... I have noticed that LA has a lot of Jeberti political commentators. The most notorious is the one who works for the County Faisal Roble.

I only wish my Adeer Caadow had helped me migrate here in the 1980s. I would have been in a good position to help tolka in 1992. The Jebertis were shaping American views of the civil war casting HAGs as mongols savages and themselves as victims. The few HAGs here at the time were not engaged and not to bright including Hussein Aidid.

One of the most dangerous analysts who caused the clash between Clinton and Caydiid was the Jeberti Professor Samatar of Rutgers University in New Jersey. Ina Cisman Caato who also lived in the area did nothing to counter the hate filled propaganda analysis being spewed by Samatar.

Fortunately we have learned from our mistakes. We have HAGists monitoring Jeberti activitism. Occasionally we have to expand the gashanbuur to include Dir, DM, Issaq etc to squash Jeberti propaganda.

The only thing we lack is a cohesive HAG candidate for MN office. Ilhan is honorary HAG but the one raised by HAGists Warsame has become an irritant who will face a challenger that HAG will fund
:lol: Sheikh AW has been in America since the 80s man Galmudug and HAG need your contribution l. warsame stepfather is sulayman gacmodheere ex interior minister asagaa soo koriyay oo London keenay but the guy is still very majertenist!

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Re: AW in Xamar streets

Postby AbdiWahab252 » Wed Jun 12, 2019 8:02 pm

Sahal ... it’s infuriating when dealing with some HAGs. They are easily fooled to support others interests instead of their own. This is why I am a big of Sheik Ali Jimaale because he foresaw what was to come back in the 1960s but sadly he didn’t have the HAG support him. I wonder how different things would have been if we followed his philosophy.

I try to share my wisdom with the HAG youth. I give the Keydmedia perspective of the civil war, teach them about the Ills of Jebertism, warn them of the dumb HAGs. Nothing brings me more joy than seeing a smart HAG who studies hard, gets a very good job and becomes a success. In my 25+ years I have mentored over 100 HAG and 50% have succeeded.

The next war will be fought in the corporate board rooms, government offices and universities. We need Sahal the intellectual but if they refuse we give them Jeyte the mooryaan.

I remind the Jebertis that they conspired against the best man we have produced in 100 years Hayley Abdullah Issa so we have them Caydiid

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Re: AW in Xamar streets

Postby sahal80 » Wed Jun 12, 2019 8:52 pm

Sahal ... it’s infuriating when dealing with some HAGs. They are easily fooled to support others interests instead of their own. This is why I am a big of Sheik Ali Jimaale because he foresaw what was to come back in the 1960s but sadly he didn’t have the HAG support him. I wonder how different things would have been if we followed his philosophy.

I try to share my wisdom with the HAG youth. I give the Keydmedia perspective of the civil war, teach them about the Ills of Jebertism, warn them of the dumb HAGs. Nothing brings me more joy than seeing a smart HAG who studies hard, gets a very good job and becomes a success. In my 25+ years I have mentored over 100 HAG and 50% have succeeded.

The next war will be fought in the corporate board rooms, government offices and universities. We need Sahal the intellectual but if they refuse we give them Jeyte the mooryaan.

I remind the Jebertis that they conspired against the best man we have produced in 100 years Hayley Abdullah Issa so we have them Caydiid
:up: i know your jimacaalist. If HAG listened to this man Sahalists would been fighting today on minister position because he wanted to divide the executive power between two irir regions. Hiiraan alone voting No for 61 constitutional referendum along with north was based on this coalition.

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Re: AW in Xamar streets

Postby barbarossa » Wed Jun 12, 2019 10:05 pm

AW, I thought you finally retired from the Game of Fadhikudirir, especially after the recent announcement that you will fix your residence in the hills of Sedexhiglo, where you intend to spend the balance of your days and henceforth dedicate yourself to ascetic devotions.

Ps: My apologies for taking the liberty of interjecting myself in what is obviously an inter-HAG topic of discussion.

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Re: AW in Xamar streets

Postby NubianQueen » Thu Jun 13, 2019 5:00 am

Interesting discussion.

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Re: AW in Xamar streets

Postby gobdoon » Fri Jun 14, 2019 1:38 pm

Win win Somalia let us go forward dont be short sighted , think big and unity

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Re: AW in Xamar streets

Postby Murax » Fri Jun 14, 2019 2:52 pm

:shock: :lol: :lol: Qarxis.com

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Re: AW in Xamar streets

Postby AbdiWahab252 » Fri Jun 14, 2019 6:33 pm

AW, I thought you finally retired from the Game of Fadhikudirir, especially after the recent announcement that you will fix your residence in the hills of Sedexhiglo, where you intend to spend the balance of your days and henceforth dedicate yourself to ascetic devotions.

Ps: My apologies for taking the liberty of interjecting myself in what is obviously an inter-HAG topic of discussion.
Barbarossa my dear abti, what do you expect from your nephew? It’s like asking my Reer abti to stop qabyalad.

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Re: AW in Xamar streets

Postby barbarossa » Fri Jun 14, 2019 9:02 pm

^ :lol: Been maad sheegin, abti..


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