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The Eight Most Influential Somali Transnational Businesses

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The Eight Most Influential Somali Transnational Businesses

Postby Jedi » Wed Sep 16, 2020 6:15 am

This is your good friend Ben Dover :)

I asked the moist boon marehan midgan boys a very simple question: What businesses do your loomaooyaan clan own?

They calaacaled for 3 pages straight and then ran to their mods to get my account banned.

Still not a single response.

Lets reformulate the question.

Below is a graphic showing the 8 most influential Somali transnational businesses:

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Isaaq are most certainly well represented, so is Hawiye.. are there any boon owned businesses on the list? Even subsidiaries?

(Watch the midgaans perform the funniest of acrobatics :lol: )

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Re: The Eight Most Influential Somali Transnational Businesses

Postby Jedi » Wed Sep 16, 2020 6:23 am

Largest boon marehan owned business:

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Re: The Eight Most Influential Somali Transnational Businesses

Postby paperino » Wed Sep 16, 2020 6:41 am

I see you're the sensitive type. Are you gonna retire the bend over username?

:) :lol:

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Re: The Eight Most Influential Somali Transnational Businesses

Postby Jedi » Wed Sep 16, 2020 2:52 pm

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Of the 8 most influential Somali transnational businesses, we have:

- GSK Group (Isaaq owned).

- HCTV (Isaaq owned).

- Deero Group (Isaaq owned).

- Dahabshiil Group (Isaaq owned).

- OMINCO Group (Isaaq owned).

- MSG Group (Isaaq owned).

- Hormuud Group (Hawiye owned).

- Amal (Dhabayaco owned).

Looking at the list, it makes sense to see the most politically and economically viable Somalis dominating business and trade. Isaaq dominant for obvious historic and geopolitical reasons; they are the Idoor Nation after all. But Hawiye's Hormuud is also insanely huge by Somali standards, again, very obvious historic and geopolitical reasons for Hawiye's success.

Goes to explain why boon marehan midgans go into calaacal mode as soon as you ask them to name a boon marehan owned business :lol:

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Re: The Eight Most Influential Somali Transnational Businesses

Postby paperino » Wed Sep 16, 2020 3:39 pm

The following stable vocabulary should be expected from Jedi (aka bend over), who will not disappoint you by not including in each/most of his comments:

midgaan, qurjiile, boon, doofaar, Xiraabu Goita Theodorous, etc and recently 'loomaooyaans.'

:) :lol:

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Re: The Eight Most Influential Somali Transnational Businesses

Postby mahoka » Wed Sep 16, 2020 6:42 pm

The following stable vocabulary should be expected from Jedi (aka bend over), who will not disappoint you by not including in each/most of his comments:

midgaan, qurjiile, boon, doofaar, Xiraabu Goita Theodorous, etc and recently 'loomaooyaans.'

:) :lol:
Does he make you cry sister? Is that why you follow him around the forum?

Can you also share with us an boon businesses or even darod businesses for that matter lol

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Re: The Eight Most Influential Somali Transnational Businesses

Postby gobdoon » Wed Sep 16, 2020 9:51 pm

HCTV what benefit or contribution does it make except some Iidoor propoganda

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Re: The Eight Most Influential Somali Transnational Businesses

Postby mahoka » Thu Sep 17, 2020 6:54 am

HCTV what benefit or contribution does it make except some Iidoor propoganda
Still the largest somali television network. The question is what businesses do the doofar have? Amal is a small time remittence that only has branches in the town of bosaso, not even the village of caabudwaaq.

It would explain why poor doofar wanted communism and Marxism so much, you are the least productive group

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Re: The Eight Most Influential Somali Transnational Businesses

Postby Jedi » Thu Sep 17, 2020 10:40 am

Still the largest somali television network. The question is what businesses do the doofar have? Amal is a small time remittence that only has branches in the town of bosaso, not even the village of caabudwaaq.

It would explain why poor doofar wanted communism and Marxism so much, you are the least productive group
Simple point they will have no answer for.

As with anything, this issue is deeply rooted in history. Clans with history of trade, ports, urban centres like Isaaq and Hawiye are understandably doing so well. It also makes sense for the dhabayaco to perform slightly better than other doofaars since they border both Isaaq and Hawiye and absorbed a lot through copying successful practices.

The only communities that need centralism are the minor players who would not survive without being subsidised by more successful clans. The boon marehan midgans are a prime example of this:

Zero viable businesses, zero known businessmen, zero urban centres, zero health and education development, zero ports or any coastal trade, zero agricultural output. Absolutely pathetic :lol:

Communities like qurjiile of Somaliland and boon marehan of Somalia cling so desperately to the idea of a central state because they are unproductive and unable to survive independently; they need handouts from a central government as proven historically (booli qaran etc).

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Re: The Eight Most Influential Somali Transnational Businesses

Postby Jedi » Fri Sep 18, 2020 4:33 am

The Global Initiative analysed nearly six years of transaction records from the city of Bossasso, matching them with mobile phone records provided by security sources and database searches.
They include two transfers totalling nearly $40,000 to numbers linked to Sayf Abdulrab Salem al-Hayashi after the U.S. Treasury sanctioned him in 2017 for allegedly providing weapons and financial support to al Qaeda in the Arabian Peninsula and Islamic State in Yemen, the report said.

Al Hayashi could not be reached for comment.

Somalia-based Amal Express and Iftin Express handled the transactions, which used different combinations of his name and nickname, the report said.
https://www.reuters.com/article/us-soma ... SKBN2681A3

The only doofaar ismaaciil business in the list above, Amal, has been implicated in international terrorism financing, colour me shocked :lol:

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Re: The Eight Most Influential Somali Transnational Businesses

Postby Jedi » Fri Sep 18, 2020 9:46 am

Just yesterday in Burco:

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:blessed: :blessed:

The midgaan children of Xiraabu Goita Theodorous are still searching for a single boon midgaan owned business :lol: :up:

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Re: The Eight Most Influential Somali Transnational Businesses

Postby Jedi » Wed Sep 23, 2020 8:05 am

Where are all the boon marehan piglets calaacaling in the other thread? :pac:

As soon as they were asked to name a single boon marehan owned business (just one!), each one of these lactating boons went into hiding. This is not new. The boon marehan midgans are pioneers of shit and run tactics, all you have to do is ask for evidence.. and watch the boons flee the discussion never to return.

Let this be a lesson ilma Xiraabu Goita Theodorous :) :up:

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Re: The Eight Most Influential Somali Transnational Businesses

Postby TarTar » Wed Sep 23, 2020 6:23 pm

This is your good friend Ben Dover :)

I asked the moist boon marehan midgan boys a very simple question: What businesses do your loomaooyaan clan own?

They calaacaled for 3 pages straight and then ran to their mods to get my account banned.

Still not a single response.

Lets reformulate the question.

Below is a graphic showing the 8 most influential Somali transnational businesses:

Image

Isaaq are most certainly well represented, so is Hawiye.. are there any boon owned businesses on the list? Even subsidiaries?

(Watch the midgaans perform the funniest of acrobatics :lol: )
ur given an excuse to justify their ban hopefully. wut is their pretext to ban u

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Re: The Eight Most Influential Somali Transnational Businesses

Postby Jedi » Thu Sep 24, 2020 6:28 am

No excuse needed, simply put the karbash was unbearable :lol:

All I did was to ask if boon marehan midgans have any businesses that Somalis would recognise.

They bray and bray, but as soon as you ask them about specifics.. poof.. boon marehan flees and never returns. It is understandable, a group with absolutely nothing to offer the Somali people, no urban centres, no businesses, no trade links of any value, nor education nor health... what exactly are they contributing to the Somali total?

Boon marehan midgans' only mode of existence is leeching the Somali state dry along with other unproductive 0.5s :)

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