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Something Is Cooking Behind the Scenes

Postby Phinks » Wed Oct 13, 2021 5:22 am





It's no coincidence the U.N (think about this, the U.N should be impartial on all matters) and the U.K, EU and the U.S want the extension of AMISON AND the additional forces from their respective countries to occupy Somalia. Get ready for Yemen/Syria 2.0, Somalia is going to experience real conflict in the coming decades.

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Re: Something Is Cooking Behind the Scenes

Postby Nomand » Wed Oct 13, 2021 5:34 am

Somalia already said no, and we have all witnessed when kenya and Britain wanted to threaten farmaajo on the UN security Council, countries like China and Russia opposed it. They then sent out a weak communique regarding President farmaajo and rooble arguments.

The same international partners will simply veto anything the west tries to do.

Sxb there is nothing left kenya will huff and puff with nothing to show for it. Infact this move might benefit somalia as kenya then will definitely be kicked out of amisom sooner then amisom exist

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Re: Something Is Cooking Behind the Scenes

Postby BigBreak » Wed Oct 13, 2021 6:38 am

Somalia doesn't really exist as a single sovereign state so anything in international law that in theory benefits Somalia would however in practice mean nothing. What matters is not law but hard power

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Re: Something Is Cooking Behind the Scenes

Postby Phinks » Wed Oct 13, 2021 6:56 am

Nomand, Britain and Kenya are one and the same, Kenya is a useful arm of their commonwealth legacy, a tool to be used in their foreign policies and national objectives. Just recently Kenya signed a deal beefing up its navy and security apparatus with the U.K, perhaps thats why Farmaajo invited the Turks to safeguard our waters and gave them permission to plan the extraction of gas in the future, something big is coming our way.

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Re: Something Is Cooking Behind the Scenes

Postby Phinks » Wed Oct 13, 2021 6:58 am

Break, in theory I agree with you, although Farmaajo has stood firm on some matters, I'm still suspicious on what he had planned with Ethiopa and Eritrea, time will tell.

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Re: Something Is Cooking Behind the Scenes

Postby TarTar » Wed Oct 13, 2021 9:47 am

my nigga Farmajo betta not let this shit happen to Somaliland's dear neighbor Somalia. as long as he strong willed it won't happen. if he lose election tha next prez betta not let happen neither

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Re: Something Is Cooking Behind the Scenes

Postby Nomand » Wed Oct 13, 2021 12:19 pm

Nomand, Britain and Kenya are one and the same, Kenya is a useful arm of their commonwealth legacy, a tool to be used in their foreign policies and national objectives. Just recently Kenya signed a deal beefing up its navy and security apparatus with the U.K, perhaps thats why Farmaajo invited the Turks to safeguard our waters and gave them permission to plan the extraction of gas in the future, something big is coming our way.
It does not matter what Britian or Kenya does, in fact countries like Britain will do a risk assessment, why push Somalia further towards Russia, china and Turkey when they themselves can have a two way beneficial relationship with Somalia. Britain tried their best and ultimately failed both on the sea case and on the UN security council.

what you need to understand is Britain is not loyal to Kenya. On a British viewpoint the somalia/ kenya issue is very minor on their things to worry about. in fact i would say the higher ups in the British government probably don't even care, it is the low ranked diplomats like kate foster that where probably bribed and are doing the bidding for Kenya. However now that the sea case is over, there is no way Britain would intentionally isolate itself from auctioning and winning potential oil blocks just because of Kenya.

where not talking about a few millions now we are talking about billions. This will have the full attention of Prime Minister Boris Johnson and low diplomats like Kate Foster will be thrown aside.

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Re: Something Is Cooking Behind the Scenes

Postby nine » Wed Oct 13, 2021 3:16 pm

Break, in theory I agree with you, although Farmaajo has stood firm on some matters, I'm still suspicious on what he had planned with Ethiopa and Eritrea, time will tell.

Ethiopia is embroiled in conflict which has rendered it too weak to maintain its terroristic stance towards Somalia. Abiye is an anomaly.

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Re: Something Is Cooking Behind the Scenes

Postby mahoka » Wed Oct 13, 2021 5:29 pm

my nigga Farmajo betta not let this shit happen to Somaliland's dear neighbor Somalia. as long as he strong willed it won't happen. if he lose election tha next prez betta not let happen neither
You are defo a sheegato, why do you always bring up Somaliland’s name?

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Re: Something Is Cooking Behind the Scenes

Postby geeljireEmpire » Thu Oct 14, 2021 12:33 am

PM Rooble already rejected this proposal. Hopefully, the extension will fail, but if it goes through, Somalia is dead

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Re: Something Is Cooking Behind the Scenes

Postby original dervish » Thu Oct 14, 2021 5:12 am

Another extension.....you gotta be kidding????? :snoop:

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Re: Something Is Cooking Behind the Scenes

Postby Phinks » Thu Oct 14, 2021 10:30 am

Nomand, Kenya IS Britain, it serves as a economic basket case and is a important node to project power in East Africa, I don't think you understand how deep this all goes, why do you think the U.K was pushing for a out of court settlement in the ICJ? Why push Somalia towards Russia and China? What Somalia? Somalia doesn't exist sxb, its a paper state under siege by a terror group and marauding clan militias while western agencies such as the CIA operate freely under cover of NGOs. The government can't even control it's own capital, c'mon now.

Somalia is going to be a hell hole in the near future, just be glad we're ilmo qurbaha joogo.

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Re: Something Is Cooking Behind the Scenes

Postby Phinks » Thu Oct 14, 2021 10:35 am

Nine, Ethiopia as a nation can't survive with this war against terror narrative towards Somalia forever. Imagine my surprise finding out Meles Zewani viewed the 2006 invasion with relief because of TPLF being put in the cross hairs and having trouble at the domestic front. Nonetheless, fuck Ethiopia, hopefully the war continues in that shithole for years to come.

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Re: Something Is Cooking Behind the Scenes

Postby TarTar » Thu Oct 14, 2021 11:43 am

must confess I'm in agreement with much of wut phinks said. Somalia the recognized government only exist on paper. as somalilander, we wish it controlled tha entire ex italian colony. dat way we can have final status talks. get 'em to formally accept that Somaliland divorce Somalia n wut not

don't know about ethiopian politics though. don't even know wut Tigrey n Amhara fite about. niggas bin gettin' all these years. then now they tryna genocide each other

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Re: Something Is Cooking Behind the Scenes

Postby Northkil » Thu Oct 14, 2021 12:45 pm

This will go to a vote in the security council where it will get vetoed inshallah


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