(SL Article)The Shady Character: The Resident of Villa Somalia

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The Shady Character: The Resident of Villa Somalia.

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His name is Mohamed Abdullahi-Farmajo, born in1962 in Mogadisho. He was one of the few fortunate youths, not by virtue of merit, but by his clan affiliation. His uncle was the former dictator of Somalia, Mohamed Siad Bare.

When he graduated from high school he was sent off to Washington DC. and became the first secretary for the Somali ambassador of the Somali Embassy in Washington DC. It was common under the Siad Bare regime to place clan members in key prominent positions of power regardless of the their education background or experience level in any given department.

The goal was to groom him for future government leadership and eventually the future Somali Ambassador in some future country.Unfortunately, this dream was cut short when the Mohamed Siad Bare regime collapsed in 1991, which he primarily blames Somalilanders especially the Isaq clan for being responsible.

The fall of the regime was a heavy blow to his pre-planned path to success in the future Siad Bare’s government. Consequently, it resulted in the disruption of his lavish life style as a young man living in Washington DC. Certainly, his resentment and hostility towards Somaliland is of personal nature.

Now that he is in position of authority to retaliate and punish those who were responsible for the demise and the collapse of his uncle’s regime (the independent Somaliland government), he found himself in weaker position to inflict any harm. This is by far his second greatest disappointment as the president of the Somali Federal government and is now unable to hurt Somaliland. When every effort failed, he resorted to social media propaganda by recruiting uneducated youngsters to do his dirty job for him.

Surprisingly, his simplistic view of what had happened in Somalia during and after the regime of Siad Bare is mind boggling, and it is testament to his sheltered life of entitlement under his uncle’s regime. This was particularly obvious as to how he undermined the authority of local governments to elect their leaders without the interference of the federal government. These behaviors are not the characteristics of someone who understands the history of the civil war and the long difficult journey travelled by the Somalis to get to where they are today.

His uncle committed major atrocities against humanity particularly against the Isaq clan. Somalilanders love their fellow Somalis but they have issue with the word “unity” and the blue flag. Through the flag they see genocide committed against them; they see torture of helpless young women; they see mass murder; they see innocent women being raped; they see pregnant women being violated; they see the fighter jet with Somali Flag emblem on it’s side bombarding them while they are fleeing. They see the elderly left for dead when unable to escape. Mothers have to choose which child they have to leave behind when they exhaust the last effort to move forward. The Tanks and the weapons that were used including the uniforms of the soldiers carrying these atrocities all displayed the blue national flag.

After the failed Djibouti talks, during one of his speeches, he half-heartedly offered a quasi apology for the atrocities committed by Siad Bare against the Somalilanders particularly the Isaq clan which was insincere and lip service. He is by nature a con man as he himself admitted in his last concession speech when the last ditch ambition for more years was squashed by the regional leaders. He admitted to his divide and rule tactic without being obvious, but one could read between the lines.

Farmajo is no longer a threat to Somaliland, but he could try his under-handed attempts to undermine the progress of the Somaliland Government, but it is not going to work because Somaliland is in better and at stronger position.

In one of his last remarks, he said that Somaliland was seeking recognition for the last thirty years, but they did not succeed. Although, recognition would be a plus, the lack of it would not compromise its independence no matter how long it takes. Somaliland is strong, free and democratic nation and have many friends around the world.

By Mohamed Adan Samatar.

 
The Shady Character: The Resident of Villa Somalia.

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His name is Mohamed Abdullahi-Farmajo, born in1962 in Mogadisho. He was one of the few fortunate youths, not by virtue of merit, but by his clan affiliation. His uncle was the former dictator of Somalia, Mohamed Siad Bare.

When he graduated from high school he was sent off to Washington DC. and became the first secretary for the Somali ambassador of the Somali Embassy in Washington DC. It was common under the Siad Bare regime to place clan members in key prominent positions of power regardless of the their education background or experience level in any given department.

The goal was to groom him for future government leadership and eventually the future Somali Ambassador in some future country.Unfortunately, this dream was cut short when the Mohamed Siad Bare regime collapsed in 1991, which he primarily blames Somalilanders especially the Isaq clan for being responsible.

The fall of the regime was a heavy blow to his pre-planned path to success in the future Siad Bare’s government. Consequently, it resulted in the disruption of his lavish life style as a young man living in Washington DC. Certainly, his resentment and hostility towards Somaliland is of personal nature.

Now that he is in position of authority to retaliate and punish those who were responsible for the demise and the collapse of his uncle’s regime (the independent Somaliland government), he found himself in weaker position to inflict any harm. This is by far his second greatest disappointment as the president of the Somali Federal government and is now unable to hurt Somaliland. When every effort failed, he resorted to social media propaganda by recruiting uneducated youngsters to do his dirty job for him.

Surprisingly, his simplistic view of what had happened in Somalia during and after the regime of Siad Bare is mind boggling, and it is testament to his sheltered life of entitlement under his uncle’s regime. This was particularly obvious as to how he undermined the authority of local governments to elect their leaders without the interference of the federal government. These behaviors are not the characteristics of someone who understands the history of the civil war and the long difficult journey travelled by the Somalis to get to where they are today.

His uncle committed major atrocities against humanity particularly against the Isaq clan. Somalilanders love their fellow Somalis but they have issue with the word “unity” and the blue flag. Through the flag they see genocide committed against them; they see torture of helpless young women; they see mass murder; they see innocent women being raped; they see pregnant women being violated; they see the fighter jet with Somali Flag emblem on it’s side bombarding them while they are fleeing. They see the elderly left for dead when unable to escape. Mothers have to choose which child they have to leave behind when they exhaust the last effort to move forward. The Tanks and the weapons that were used including the uniforms of the soldiers carrying these atrocities all displayed the blue national flag.

After the failed Djibouti talks, during one of his speeches, he half-heartedly offered a quasi apology for the atrocities committed by Siad Bare against the Somalilanders particularly the Isaq clan which was insincere and lip service. He is by nature a con man as he himself admitted in his last concession speech when the last ditch ambition for more years was squashed by the regional leaders. He admitted to his divide and rule tactic without being obvious, but one could read between the lines.

Farmajo is no longer a threat to Somaliland, but he could try his under-handed attempts to undermine the progress of the Somaliland Government, but it is not going to work because Somaliland is in better and at stronger position.

In one of his last remarks, he said that Somaliland was seeking recognition for the last thirty years, but they did not succeed. Although, recognition would be a plus, the lack of it would not compromise its independence no matter how long it takes. Somaliland is strong, free and democratic nation and have many friends around the world.

By Mohamed Adan Samatar.

I can’t recall you north western Somalis speaking about the atrocities committed against you when I was growing up not even once. Not that I’m denying that there been innocent blood spilt amongst you (as in all of Somalia due to the civil war) but I I can’t recall you guys speaking about it and it’s not like it happens 200 years ago somebody should at least have had relatives who succumbed to the attacks that was made against you.
 

Karim

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Useless article filled with usual Jeeganistan diarrhea of "I was butchered, raped, molested, violated .." etc.
  • 250k Rahanwayns died of starvation and mass slaughtering campaigns against them in early 90s.
  • 10s of thousands of Darood civilians butchered in the civil war.
  • Thousands of MJs mercilessly killed by Siad Regime.
No one is crying and sobbing of the past atrocities except the Jeegans. Somebody please tell them such strategies failed to work for them and it would never work.
 
Useless article filled with usual Jeeganistan diarrhea of "I was butchered, raped, molested, violated .." etc.
  • 250k Rahanwayns died of starvation and mass slaughtering campaigns against them in early 90s.
  • 10s of thousands of Darood civilians butchered in the civil war.
  • Thousands of MJs mercilessly killed by Siad Regime.
No one is crying and sobbing of the past atrocities except the Jeegans. Somebody please tell them such strategies failed to work for them and it would never work.
They also keep saying that Barre and his government blame them for his fall which is far from reality. They give each other too much credit lol.
 
Useless article filled with usual Jeeganistan diarrhea of "I was butchered, raped, molested, violated .." etc.
  • 250k Rahanwayns died of starvation and mass slaughtering campaigns against them in early 90s.
  • 10s of thousands of Darood civilians butchered in the civil war.
  • Thousands of MJs mercilessly killed by Siad Regime.
No one is crying and sobbing of the past atrocities except the Jeegans. Somebody please tell them such strategies failed to work for them and it would never work.

This is a stupid thing to say.

What you cite are crimes committed by Somali clans fighting one another, this happened throughout Somali history.

What happened in Somaliland was unique in that it was the entire Somali state, with its full military power from infantry to air force VS a single clan. This was the first time in Somali history that a crime of this magnitude was committed by the Somali state. The second and third largest Somali cities were completely destroyed, foreign mercenaries were hired, over one million landmines used by the Somali state in the region...etc.

Nothing of this scale ever happened in Somali history, and attempting to equate the two wont fly.

Understand the difference before you make a fool of yourself again.
 

Karim

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This is a stupid thing to say.

What you cite are crimes committed by Somali clans fighting one another, this happened throughout Somali history.

What happened in Somaliland was unique in that it was the entire Somali state, with its full military power from infantry to air force VS a single clan. This was the first time in Somali history that a crime of this magnitude was committed by the Somali state. The second and third largest Somali cities were completely destroyed, foreign mercenaries were hired, over one million landmines used by the Somali state in the region...etc.

Nothing of this scale ever happened in Somali history, and attempting to equate the two wont fly.

Understand the difference before you make a fool of yourself again.
I won't even comment on the silly numbers you just posted as that would be waste of my precious time but MJ went through the same phase if not worse. To this day people die of landmines planted by Siad Barre regime in Mudug & Nugaal, 10s of thousands of poor civilians slaughtered and thousands of water wells poisoned. We had to seek refuge in Ethiopia to escape the brutal violence that was inflicted upon us. You don't see us sobbing on international TVs and digging decades old graveyards making fools of ourselves.
 
SL has every right to highlight attrocities committed bybthe clannist regime of MSB.

Farmajo is from the same cloth of villians.

If you think you were oppressed then hightlight it no need to tey hyjack threads.


MSB was the biggest disaster that Somalia ever experienced.Its his legacy which we Somalis are still sufferin from and worse of all a Kacanist baby is in vharge of villa Ugandisu.
 
I won't even comment on the silly numbers you just posted as that would be waste of my precious time but MJ went through the same phase if not worse. To this day people die of landmines planted by Siad Barre regime in Mudug & Nugaal, 10s of thousands of poor civilians slaughtered and thousands of water wells poisoned. We had to seek refuge in Ethiopia to escape the brutal violence that was inflicted upon us. You don't see us sobbing on international TVs and digging decades old graveyards making fools of ourselves.

You are lying.

MJ had their wells poisoned, we all know that. What happened to them was limited compared to the northern operation. The destruction of the north was unlike anything that has ever happened in Somali history. The second city of the Somali Republic was completely destroyed.

Are you mad to compare that to wells poisoned?
 

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Afwayne was a career soldier and he learnt this tactic of supressing entire communities for the behaviour of a few from his Italian teachers. It was effective in the Colonial Era, but as a native statesman you should never forget you belong to a clan too.

Just a simple comparison, there was a coup in 1961 led by Northerners and President Aden Cadde had them arrested, only 1 officer died and that was in the shootout amist the confusion at the time. Their grievances were addressed, some were pardoned and given political roles and some were relieved from the Military. Compare that to 1978 and vis-à-vis what @Karim said.

With that said, Afwayne bombed the deep South when he fought USC and SPM.

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The reason northerners gained more traction is because Amnesty and the UN had offices in the region since the Ogaden War. Nobody accurately knows for sure how many died across the country but it definitely worked in Somaliland's favour to use it as leverage and empower their vision.
 
You are lying.

MJ had their wells poisoned, we all know that. What happened to them was limited compared to the northern operation. The destruction of the north was unlike anything that has ever happened in Somali history. The second city of the Somali Republic was completely destroyed.

Are you mad to compare that to wells poisoned?
Nah Hatgeisa was not completely destroyed.
Also SNM killed civilians.
That is a fact.
 
Nah Hatgeisa was not completely destroyed.
Also SNM killed civilians.
That is a fact.

70-80% of Hargeisa was destroyed. This is what the US Embassy reported:

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Other reports take the figure up to 90%.

No other city suffered this level of destruction in the history of Somali people.

This does not even take into account the +1 million landmines left behind for returning refugees by the Somali army. Nor the destruction of Burco and other Isaaq cities, strafing of refugees etc.
 

Karim

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You are lying.

MJ had their wells poisoned, we all know that. What happened to them was limited compared to the northern operation. The destruction of the north was unlike anything that has ever happened in Somali history. The second city of the Somali Republic was completely destroyed.

Are you mad to compare that to wells poisoned?
You're the one who's claiming the entire city was destroyed, post aerial pictures of the city after the attack in 1988. You're overdramatizing the whole incident calling it the worst destruction any Somali city has ever suffered, LOL @ that deceitful statement. Mogadishu and Kismaio suffered heavier destructions and there's no arguement in that. Please don't indulge us in your sob stories fed to you by your cuqdad ridden folk. We don't wanna hear it.
 
You're the one who's claiming the entire city was destroyed, post aerial pictures of the city after the attack in 1988. You're overdramatizing the whole incident calling it the worst destruction any Somali city has ever suffered, LOL @ that deceitful statement. Mogadishu and Kismaio suffered heavier destructions and there's no arguement in that. Please don't indulge us in your sob stories fed to you by your cuqdad ridden folk. We don't wanna hear it.

When we say cities were destroyed, even 30% would be an insane loss of property and life, let alone 80%.

You must be high to try and compare the poisoning of a few wells, to the destruction of whole cities, use of foreign mercenaries, over 1 million landmines placed..

Dont make a fool of yourself again.
 

Karim

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When we say cities were destroyed, even 30% would be an insane loss of property and life, let alone 80%.

You must be high to try and compare the poisoning of a few wells, to the destruction of whole cities, use of foreign mercenaries, over 1 million landmines placed.
I asked you to bring the aerial photo of your towns post the attack to prove your claim.

There was another crazy cuqdad ridden maniac like yourself the other day claiming that Isaaq lost 200k from those bombardments which was laughable tbh considering the death toll from the Tokyo raid by American super bombers in 1945 was 100k. Tokyo had more than 6 Million residents at that time while the population of the northern regions was less than 900k. You people and your endless dramas are boring, quit sobbing on the net about the incident.

Don't quote me if you're not posting that aerial photos to prove your false assertions of Hargeisa and Burco being "flattened".
 
I asked you to bring the aerial photo of your towns post the attack to prove your claim.

There was another crazy cuqdad ridden maniac like yourself the other day claiming that Isaaq lost 200k from those bombardments which was laughable tbh considering the death toll from the Tokyo raid by American super bombers in 1945 was 100k. Tokyo had more than 6 Million residents at that time while the population of the northern regions was less than 900k. You people and your endless dramas are boring, quit sobbing on the net about the incident.

Don't quote me if you're not posting that aerial photos to prove your false assertions of Hargeisa and Burco being "flattened".

We have testimony by the US Embassy, countless first hand accounts from international bodies. The BBC describing Hargeisa as the "Dresden of Africa". Whatever you demand is meaningless, the evidence is very clear:


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The fact that you wanted to compare such wide scale of destruction to the poisoning of a few wells speaks of your mental state. Dont embarrass yourself like this again.
 

Karim

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We have testimony by the US Embassy, countless first hand accounts from international bodies. The BBC describing Hargeisa as the "Dresden of Africa". Whatever you demand is meaningless, the evidence is very clear:


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The fact that you wanted to compare such wide scale of destruction to the poisoning of a few wells speaks of your mental state. Dont embarrass yourself like this again.
This is the definition of flattening a city. You claimed the level destruction reached to the point of flattening the city.

Post one aerial photo like this to back up your assertion. Else DON'T QUOTE ME and don't EMBARRASS YOURSELF ANY FURTHER.
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This is the definition of flattening a city. You claimed the level destruction reached to the point of flattening the city.

Post one aerial photo like this to back up your assertion. Else DON'T QUOTE ME and don't EMBARRASS YOURSELF ANY FURTHER.
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You are basic.

There is no need for whataboutery here. I have provided evidence from reputable sources that you can not refute nor dismiss. The whole world agrees that cities were destroyed by the Kacaan. Trying to change the topic is not helping your argument.

Once you realised you have no leg to stand on regarding your insane poisoned wells narrative, you are now trying to change the topic to the meaning of the word "flattened".

This is so stupid it is borderline funny.
 

Karim

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You are basic.

There is no need for whataboutery here. I have provided evidence from reputable sources that you can not refute nor dismiss. The whole world agrees that cities were destroyed by the Kacaan. Trying to change the topic is not helping your argument.

Once you realised you have no leg to stand on regarding your insane poisoned wells narrative, you are now trying to change the topic to the meaning of the word "flattened".

This is so stupid it is borderline funny.
The brutal campaigns against Majeerteens by the Kacaan regime is recorded by history and it's no secret. Obviously you're retarded for being ignorant on such sensitive part of Somali history. I ain't denying the Eyd00ors had rough time with that regime too but to over sensationalise those events to the point of claiming that entire cities were flattened and 200k civilians killed is fraudulent and dishonest.


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The brutal campaigns against Majeerteens by the Kacaan regime is recorded by history and it's no secret. Obviously you're retarded for being ignorant on such sensitive part of Somali history. I ain't denying the Eyd00ors had rough time with that regime too but to over sensationalise those events to the point of claiming that entire cities were flattened and 200k civilians killed is fraudulent and dishonest.


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Again, whataboutery.

Lets look at what you have presented:

- 2000 Umar Mahmoud (a sub sub clan) died of thirst as a result of Red Berets smashing small reservoirs.

- 50,000 camels, 10,000 cattle and 100,000 sheep and goats were lost.

And you want to compare that to the destruction of whole cities, aerial bombardment of civilian neighbourhoods, poisoning of wells, strafing of refugees all the way to the Ethiopian borders, + 1 million landmines laid in what was then known as north western regions.

Are you out of your damn mind?

No one is denying what happened to Umar Mahmoud, but it is no where near the scale of what took place in the north. Everyone agrees on this.
 

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Again, whataboutery.

Lets look at what you have presented:

- 2000 Umar Mahmoud (a sub sub clan) died of thirst as a result of Red Berets smashing small reservoirs.

- 50,000 camels, 10,000 cattle and 100,000 sheep and goats were lost.

And you want to compare that to the destruction of whole cities, aerial bombardment of civilian neighbourhoods, poisoning of wells, strafing of refugees all the way to the Ethiopian borders, + 1 million landmines laid in what was then known as north western regions.

Are you out of your damn mind?

No one is denying what happened to Umar Mahmoud, but it is no where near the scale of what took place in the north. Everyone agrees on this.
What he's saying is, in layman terms, can you show an aerial pictures of the aftermath instead of (in the most ironic fashion) some pdfs?
 
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