Thai Cultural Mandates

Just replace everything in this document with "Somali" and it can be a healthy guide for those of you with strong nationalist impulses. This is positive nationalism, not the useless verbal bravado, chest-pounding, and misfire xenophobia you lot operate through.


https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Thai_cultural_mandates
On preventing danger to the nation, issued 3 July 1939, consisted of five items:

  1. "Somali people must not engage in any business without considering the benefit and safety of the nation."
  2. "Somali people must never reveal anything to foreigners that might damage the nation. These actions are a betrayal of the nation."
  3. "Somali people must not act as agent or spokesman for foreigners without considering the benefit of the Somali nation, and must not express opinion or take the side of foreigners in international disputes. These actions are a betrayal of the nation."
  4. "Somali people must not secretly purchase land on behalf of foreigners in a way that endangers the nation. These actions are a betrayal of the nation."
  5. "When a person has betrayed the nation, it is the duty of Somali people to actively and quickly put a stop to it."[5]

On referring to the Somali people, issued 2 August 1939, reinforced Mandate 1 by forcing the public to stop using group names like "northern Somalis", "southern Somalis",

  1. "Cease referring to Somali people inconsistently with the name of the nationality, or according to the preference of the group."
  2. "Use the name 'Somali' to refer to all Somali people, without subdividing them."[6]

On using Somali products, issued 1 November 1939, consisted of five items:

  1. "Somali people should make an effort to consume only food made from Somali products."
  2. "Somali people should make an effort to wear only clothes made from Somali products."
  3. "Somali people should support the agricultural, commercial, industrial, and other vocational efforts of fellow Somalis."
  4. "Somali people should use and support any public utility established by the government or by Somali people."
  5. "Somali people practising agriculture, commerce, industry, or other vocation supported by this mandate must make an effort to maintain standards, improve quality, and run their business honestly."[8]
  • See also An invitation to the Somali people to cooperate and properly follow Mandate 5, issued on 2 February 1940.[9]

Urging the Somali people help build the nation, issued on 21 March 1940,

  1. "Every Somali person must help build the nation. Every able bodied person must work at a stable career. Any person without a career is unhelpful to the nation and is not deserving of respect from the Somali people."[11]

On language and writing and the duty of good citizens, issued 24 June 1940, consisted of four items:

  1. "Somali people must extol, honour and respect the Somali language, and must feel honoured to speak it."
  2. "Somali people must consider it the duty of a good citizen to study the national language, and must at least be able to read and write; Somali people must also consider it their important duty to assist and support citizens who do not speak Somali or cannot read Somali to learn it."
  3. "Somali people must not consider place of birth, residence, or regional accent as a marker of division. Everyone must hold it to be true that all born as Somali people have the same Somali blood and speak the same Somali language. Place of birth or accent makes no difference."
  4. "Somali people must consider it their duty to conduct themselves as good Somali citizens should, and to urge and instruct those who do not yet know and understand their duty as to the duties of a good citizen of the Somali nation."[13]

On daily activities, issued 8 September 1941, consisted of five items:

  1. "Somali people should divide their time into three portions. One for work, one for personal activities, and one for rest and sleeping. This should be orderly and follow a schedule until it becomes habitual."
  2. "Somali people should carry out their normal personal activities as follows:
  • "Eat meals at set times, no more than four daily;
  • "Sleep approximately 6-8 hours."
  1. "Somali people should faithfully perform work duties without discouragement or shirking. The midday rest and lunch period should be no longer than one hour. At the end of the working day, exercise by playing sports for at least one hour, or other activities such as gardening, caring for pets, or planting trees. Then, after showering, eat dinner.
  2. "Somali people should use their free time at night to complete necessary work, converse with family and friends, seek knowledge by listening to radio news or reading, or other entertainment or arts, as opportunity permits."
  3. "Somali people should use days off to benefit their bodies and minds by participating in religious activities, listening to sermons, making merit, seeking knowledge, traveling, playing sports, or resting."[15]

The final mandate, On protecting children, the elderly and the handicapped, issued 28 January 1942, consisted of two items:

  1. "In public places or roads, people should assist and protect children, the elderly, or the handicapped."
  2. "Whoever follows item 1 is considered a cultured person deserving of the respect of the Somali people."[16]

I left out some things which I felt were irrelevant, enjoy!
 

Lostbox

「Immortal Sage」
VIP
On preventing danger to the nation, issued 3 July 1939, consisted of five items:

  1. "Somali people must not engage in any business without considering the benefit and safety of the nation."
  2. "Somali people must never reveal anything to foreigners that might damage the nation. These actions are a betrayal of the nation."
  3. "Somali people must not act as agent or spokesman for foreigners without considering the benefit of the Somali nation, and must not express opinion or take the side of foreigners in international disputes. These actions are a betrayal of the nation."
  4. "Somali people must not secretly purchase land on behalf of foreigners in a way that endangers the nation. These actions are a betrayal of the nation."
  5. "When a person has betrayed the nation, it is the duty of Somali people to actively and quickly put a stop to it."[5]

On referring to the Somali people, issued 2 August 1939, reinforced Mandate 1 by forcing the public to stop using group names like "northern Somalis", "southern Somalis",

  1. "Cease referring to Somali people inconsistently with the name of the nationality, or according to the preference of the group."
  2. "Use the name 'Somali' to refer to all Somali people, without subdividing them."[6]

On using Somali products, issued 1 November 1939, consisted of five items:

  1. "Somali people should make an effort to consume only food made from Somali products."
  2. "Somali people should make an effort to wear only clothes made from Somali products."
  3. "Somali people should support the agricultural, commercial, industrial, and other vocational efforts of fellow Somalis."
  4. "Somali people should use and support any public utility established by the government or by Somali people."
  5. "Somali people practising agriculture, commerce, industry, or other vocation supported by this mandate must make an effort to maintain standards, improve quality, and run their business honestly."[8]
  • See also An invitation to the Somali people to cooperate and properly follow Mandate 5, issued on 2 February 1940.[9]
Urging the Somali people help build the nation, issued on 21 March 1940,

  1. "Every Somali person must help build the nation. Every able bodied person must work at a stable career. Any person without a career is unhelpful to the nation and is not deserving of respect from the Somali people."[11]

On language and writing and the duty of good citizens, issued 24 June 1940, consisted of four items:

  1. "Somali people must extol, honour and respect the Somali language, and must feel honoured to speak it."
  2. "Somali people must consider it the duty of a good citizen to study the national language, and must at least be able to read and write; Somali people must also consider it their important duty to assist and support citizens who do not speak Somali or cannot read Somali to learn it."
  3. "Somali people must not consider place of birth, residence, or regional accent as a marker of division. Everyone must hold it to be true that all born as Somali people have the same Somali blood and speak the same Somali language. Place of birth or accent makes no difference."
  4. "Somali people must consider it their duty to conduct themselves as good Somali citizens should, and to urge and instruct those who do not yet know and understand their duty as to the duties of a good citizen of the Somali nation."[13]

On daily activities, issued 8 September 1941, consisted of five items:

  1. "Somali people should divide their time into three portions. One for work, one for personal activities, and one for rest and sleeping. This should be orderly and follow a schedule until it becomes habitual."
  2. "Somali people should carry out their normal personal activities as follows:
  • "Eat meals at set times, no more than four daily;
  • "Sleep approximately 6-8 hours."
  1. "Somali people should faithfully perform work duties without discouragement or shirking. The midday rest and lunch period should be no longer than one hour. At the end of the working day, exercise by playing sports for at least one hour, or other activities such as gardening, caring for pets, or planting trees. Then, after showering, eat dinner.
  2. "Somali people should use their free time at night to complete necessary work, converse with family and friends, seek knowledge by listening to radio news or reading, or other entertainment or arts, as opportunity permits."
  3. "Somali people should use days off to benefit their bodies and minds by participating in religious activities, listening to sermons, making merit, seeking knowledge, traveling, playing sports, or resting."[15]
The final mandate, On protecting children, the elderly and the handicapped, issued 28 January 1942, consisted of two items:

  1. "In public places or roads, people should assist and protect children, the elderly, or the handicapped."
  2. "Whoever follows item 1 is considered a cultured person deserving of the respect of the Somali people."[16]

I left out some things which I felt were irrelevant, enjoy!
Nice work :nvjpqts::nvjpqts::nvjpqts:
 

Ras

It's all so tiresome
VIP
I stopped being nationalist its stupid
So would you consider yourself a globalist? Gobolist? Clanist?

You need the backing of a group to support you in life and business.

Globalist don't care about you as an individual and would swallow you whole and spit you out as soon as you sold your country to them.

The latter two are two weak to protect you in the global market.
 

MI

Ted Kaczynski respecter
Just follow these few simple steps, then we too, can be a nation of ladyboys and rampant sex tourism
:nahgirl:
 

MI

Ted Kaczynski respecter
Fortunately that won't happen cuz:rejoice:we are soomaali

Who's going to tolerate such a thing
If we were to successfully enforce all these rules, the Samaale soul would be broken in the process and we probably would tolerate it.

Insane prescriptions like these probably explains the insect like behavior of orientals
:hmm:
 

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