1. ethan bradberry

    Why do some Somalis claim to not be Arabs?

    it always confused me when Somalis claim to not be Arab. A lot of us speak Arabic, We're even part of the Arab league and we are clearly mixed with Arabs (which explains are Caucasian features). Heck our language has a lot of Arabic words. The only question is why do Somalis not want to be...
  2. Xooshdheere

    Somalia's GDP during Kacaan

    For anyone interested about the claim I made about Somalia's economy growing at 30% in 1975. Here is the link data. With the exception of 1974 due to the drought, Somalia under Said Barre was growing at a record...
  3. Xooshdheere

    Somali Businessman burned alive in KwaZulu by savage zulu bantus AUN.
  4. S

    Another blessed Bantu country

    Gabon a country along the Atlantic coast of Central Africa, has significant areas of protected parkland.They have a low population density, abundant petroleum, and the country is full of foreign private investment which helped Gabon becoming a prosperous country. Like Somalia the country...
  5. Prince Abubu

    One thing that makes me...

    ...sad is when I'm walking around bookshops and libraries. You have entire walls and sections dedicated to the history and culture of China, India, USA, Britain, Japan etc. and a tiny corner dedicated to the entire continent of Africa. Makes me ashamed.:gucciwhat::meleshame:
  6. Sharmarke

    We need to ban Qabyaalad and anything doing with it, if we want to progress

    Qabiil is our only and greatest weakness. We must address and eliminate this weakness completely if we want our next generation and country to survive. As individuals who have either experienced the Somali Civil War first hand or whose families were affected, we understand the devastation that...
  7. Ubax45_

    Falling in love against all odds - Couple from East & West Africa

    There's this reality show on CBC called, "Hello, Goodbye" it takes place at the airport and different families/couples are interviewed about their stories. In the clip below, the guy is from East Africa (I guessed Kenya/Rwanda but not sure ) and the young woman is from Ivory Coast. The guy's...
  8. SultanuuFicaan

    Italian plans during WW2

    I have said it a few times on this site, WW2 marked the end of Italian colonial rule (British ruled afterwards plus un Trusteeship) and it's goal of making a mini Italy in the Horn of africa (scale of migration was ridiculously highly prior to ww2). Thank god for ww2, from a Somali...
  9. Prince Abubu

    I was just watching a documentary...

    ...on aljazeera about Eritrean refugees in Sinai. I swear it makes you question if these Arabs are even human. Imagine hearing your little sister getting raped and tortured. :mindblown: This what I mean when I say we should disassociate ourselves from these beasts.
  10. Madara x

    Medieval European Geography: which areas were known as uninhabitable & outside of god's grace?

    Greetings fellow Somali's, Opening remarks: A lot of us Somali's, who live in western Societies, know very little about the histories of the white nations that we've been living in. Generally, most of us know that the political and economic problems that we (as a people) are facing, are...
  11. Qansax

    African Cold War?

    I've been observing lately and can't help but point out that an African cold war has been going on. It started 1960 when the first wave of african nations became independent and is ongoing. Whos fighting the war? Hamitics vs Bantus Examples Shifta war Kenyan-Ethiopian war Libyan-chad war...
  12. Prince Abubu

    South Africans murder Somali businessmen

    Source: :pacspit:
  13. Steamdevolopment

    22 years dictatorship comes to end peacefully as defeated President concedes

    Defeated Gambian President has step-down according to multiple sources and thereby ended the conflict without blood-shed. "Gambia's defeated leader Yahya Jammeh announced early Saturday he has decided to relinquish power, after hours of last-ditch talks with regional leaders and the threat by...
  14. cantspeak

    Aid in reverse: how poor countries develop rich countries

    We have long been told a compelling story about the relationship between rich countries and poor countries. The story holds that the rich nations of the OECD give generously of their wealth to the poorer nations of the global south, to help them eradicate poverty and push them up the development...
  15. Steamdevolopment

    Gambia's president declares state of emergency

    It seems like a potential new war is on the way: "The spectre of a military intervention in The Gambia now seems closer than ever, following declarations by the United Nations and African Union that boots on the ground could get the green light without a rapid resolution to the crisis. Fears...
  16. abdale

    AIDS vs. Christianity
  17. bored

    Who Killed Captain Alex: Uganda's First Action Movie

    I wish some of the UPDF in Somalia made a Wakaliwood film. Who Killed Captain Alex 2: Mogadishu Mystery