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What did we do to deserve sharing a country with Hawiye?

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What did we do to deserve sharing a country with Hawiye?

Postby KacdoonSool » Fri Apr 19, 2024 5:02 am

What a curse :lost: the kid that was born in 1991 has now his own kids. This is our country our future that is at stake no joke matter
Our generation is the one that had payed the price. Notice with a Hawiye President everything is status quo? Even with the Narrative of the Ethiopian Wolf is coming

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Re: What did we do to deserve sharing a country with Hawiye?

Postby Soron » Fri Apr 19, 2024 6:56 am

What a curse :lost: the kid that was born in 1991 has now his own kids. This is our country our future that is at stake no joke matter
Our generation is the one that had payed the price. Notice with a Hawiye President everything is status quo? Even with the Narrative of the Ethiopian Wolf is coming
Let’s be honest we keep repeating hawiye can’t govern but we keep them in power and that because under hawiye we can get unimaginable power that if we had a strong country the constitution will never permit us to hold.

Darood got 2 federal states, Issaq technically become a country and others tribe got more seat under 4.5.

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Re: What did we do to deserve sharing a country with Hawiye?

Postby barbarossa » Fri Apr 19, 2024 11:26 am

Is not the op itself ( neutral pronoun must be employed here as the exact gender of tanker is yet to be determined) a product of a young USC mujaahid and his faqash concubine?

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Re: What did we do to deserve sharing a country with Hawiye?

Postby FarhanYare » Fri Apr 19, 2024 2:21 pm

^ She is on her period!

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Re: What did we do to deserve sharing a country with Hawiye?

Postby theyuusuf143 » Sat Apr 20, 2024 6:34 am

Why kacaanists hate Hawiye. Those cambuulos are Oki. Rule number one never provoke them without taking your distance they are highly dangerous . Ruler number two fk their bajaqs if you want to survive among them. Hawiye ama igaarkooda noqo ama adeer lafahaaga uga fagaw. We isaaqs practice those two strict rules.


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