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Re: Eritreans participated in Somalia independence parade 1966

Post by Somaliman » 03 Dec 2023, 09:01

Eritreans were celebrating Somalia's independence, while Ethiopians were in war with Somalia just two years earlier.

Ethiopia is a curse in the region and no one likes it, neither would anyone in the HoA raise an eyebrow over Ethiopia burning to the ground and turning into ashes - I would even say Amen.

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Re: Eritreans participated in Somalia independence parade 1966

Post by tarik » 03 Dec 2023, 09:19

eritrea wrote:
03 Dec 2023, 07:13
VIVA ERITREA AND VIVA SOMALIA!!!



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Re: Eritreans participated in Somalia independence parade 1966

Post by Right » 03 Dec 2023, 09:24

Two of the most dysfunctional states of Italian colonies all they know is war and conflict. Earth’s useless creatures.

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Re: Eritreans participated in Somalia independence parade 1966

Post by Somaliman » 03 Dec 2023, 10:03

Right wrote:
03 Dec 2023, 09:24
Two of the most dysfunctional states of Italian colonies all they know is war and conflict. Earth’s useless creatures.



Whether you like it or not, Eritrea and Somalia are furthering and strengthening their relationship gradually, and in doing so, they've a lot to gain mutually and absolutely nothing to lose.

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Re: Eritreans participated in Somalia independence parade 1966

Post by Right » 03 Dec 2023, 13:54

Ya. Dedeb.

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Re: Eritreans participated in Somalia independence parade 1966

Post by Abere » 03 Dec 2023, 14:23

I am dying in laughter :lol: :lol: :lol: Somalia Independence :roll: The meaning of independence has been brutally abused in Africa, most notably in the case of Somalia. Have Somalian every enjoyed freedom and lively life since colonial Italy left them? No. Almost 66 years have passed since the name " Somalia" appeared at least in paper or wall chart of the so-called UN. The first half or its 33 years were chaotic, war and Seid Barre regime; and the recent 33 years Somalia has been over run and ruled by Al Shabab. And worst of all another new country called Somaliland/Punt-land born out of it.
Particularly, Somalia is an enclave and a geographic periphery less to receive the economic and demographic momentum from the rest of African countries. The United States of Africa is an ideal hope for all Africans

I am just wondering why the term "Independence" is abused as if people had enjoyed freedom and better standard of living while they are in living in hell, in reality :lol:



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Re: Eritreans participated in Somalia independence parade 1966

Post by Somaliman » 03 Dec 2023, 15:04

The United States of Africa
Fu.ck ya!

No one wants to unite with a country of 130 million people on the extreme poverty line, where 93% of the population have no access to a safe lavatory, leading the world in defecating in the open.


God forbid.

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Re: Eritreans participated in Somalia independence parade 1966

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Re: Eritreans participated in Somalia independence parade 1966

Post by eritrea » 03 Dec 2023, 15:16

Abere wrote:
03 Dec 2023, 14:23
I am dying in laughter :lol: :lol: :lol: Somalia Independence :roll: The meaning of independence has been brutally abused in Africa, most notably in the case of Somalia. Have Somalian every enjoyed freedom and lively life since colonial Italy left them? No. Almost 66 years have passed since the name " Somalia" appeared at least in paper or wall chart of the so-called UN. The first half or its 33 years were chaotic, war and Seid Barre regime; and the recent 33 years Somalia has been over run and ruled by Al Shabab. And worst of all another new country called Somaliland/Punt-land born out of it.
Particularly, Somalia is an enclave and a geographic periphery less to receive the economic and demographic momentum from the rest of African countries. The United States of Africa is an ideal hope for all Africans

I am just wondering why the term "Independence" is abused as if people had enjoyed freedom and better standard of living while they are in living in hell, in reality :lol:


I don't really understand what you find funny to laugh at. But the importance of independence should not be underestimated. By independence means to be free from occupier forces who had nothing to do with the country to begin with but were only there to take the country's resources and oppress the country's population.

What became the result of independence, can always be discussed about but the importance of independence should not be underestimated under any circumstance.

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Re: Eritreans participated in Somalia independence parade 1966

Post by Abere » 03 Dec 2023, 15:28

Because, in reality Somalia has not been independent. I attempted to break down by time period of its so-called 66 years of independence from Italy. Still African countries are serving as the guardian of Somalia. It has been a textbook example of "failed state". It is very ironic, the colonials boots may not be on ground, but they are still colonizing or are their patrons workings virtually. :lol: :lol: The colonials are telecommuting :mrgreen: The fool African think they are independents because they think their masters are not with them physically. A good example is Western African countries who even do not have banks to put their money. If those so-called "independents countries" are independents and their occupiers left them, why would their own citizens leave en masse to live in their former colonizers of the West?
eritrea wrote:
03 Dec 2023, 15:16
Abere wrote:
03 Dec 2023, 14:23
I am dying in laughter :lol: :lol: :lol: Somalia Independence :roll: The meaning of independence has been brutally abused in Africa, most notably in the case of Somalia. Have Somalian every enjoyed freedom and lively life since colonial Italy left them? No. Almost 66 years have passed since the name " Somalia" appeared at least in paper or wall chart of the so-called UN. The first half or its 33 years were chaotic, war and Seid Barre regime; and the recent 33 years Somalia has been over run and ruled by Al Shabab. And worst of all another new country called Somaliland/Punt-land born out of it.
Particularly, Somalia is an enclave and a geographic periphery less to receive the economic and demographic momentum from the rest of African countries. The United States of Africa is an ideal hope for all Africans

I am just wondering why the term "Independence" is abused as if people had enjoyed freedom and better standard of living while they are in living in hell, in reality :lol:


I don't really understand what you find funny to laugh at. But the importance of independence should not be underestimated. By independence means to be free from occupier forces who had nothing to do with the country to begin with but were only there to take the country's resources and oppress the country's population.

What became the result of independence, can always be discussed about but the importance of independence should not be underestimated under any circumstance.

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Re: Eritreans participated in Somalia independence parade 1966

Post by AbyssiniaLady » 03 Dec 2023, 15:30

Amharas have enough problems as it is, they have 55 million Oromo problems, Apparently that is not enough, Somalis should throw their weight one hundred percent behind Oromos, Amharas who move to Somali State should be treated exactly the way they are treated in Oromiya.

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Re: Eritreans participated in Somalia independence parade 1966

Post by eritrea » 03 Dec 2023, 15:37

Abere wrote:
03 Dec 2023, 15:28
Because, in reality Somalia has not been independent. I attempted to break down by time period of its so-called 66 years of independence from Italy. Still African countries are serving as the guardian of Somalia. It has been a textbook example of "failed state". It is very ironic, the colonials boots may not be on ground, but they are still colonizing or are their patrons workings virtually. :lol: :lol: The colonials are telecommuting :mrgreen: The fool African think they are independents because they think their masters are not with them physically. A good example is Western African countries who even do not have banks to put their money. If those so-called "independents countries" are independents and their occupiers left them, why would their own citizens leave en masse to live in their former colonizers of the West?
That is not true at all. Somalia was independent under President Siad Barre but has not been so for many years due to various things. But Africans have never been the guardians of anything. the opposite may be true.

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Re: Eritreans participated in Somalia independence parade 1966

Post by Abere » 03 Dec 2023, 15:41

MekelleLady,

Do not bark like a she dog :lol: Amhara speaks the truth, live by truth, die by truth and in honor. Amhara is not just only an ethnic name but is moral principle and an upright justice. Amhara does not wag like the she dog Woyane wherever it see crumbs. The only one Amharas fear are their God, not for anyone under the sun.


AbyssiniaLady wrote:
03 Dec 2023, 15:30
Amharas have enough problems as it is, they have 55 million Oromo problems, Apparently that is not enough, Somalis should throw their weight one hundred percent behind Oromos, Amharas who move to Somali State should be treated exactly the way they are treated in Oromiya.

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Re: Eritreans participated in Somalia independence parade 1966

Post by Abere » 03 Dec 2023, 16:01

Just to let you know I do not have any problem with genuine independence that let citizen to tap their potential to pursue happier life in freedom. I do not call independence, for instance, that replace the British Colonial protectorate of Buganda in Uganda by Id Amin, simply because Id Amin was native.
eritrea wrote:
03 Dec 2023, 15:37
Abere wrote:
03 Dec 2023, 15:28
Because, in reality Somalia has not been independent. I attempted to break down by time period of its so-called 66 years of independence from Italy. Still African countries are serving as the guardian of Somalia. It has been a textbook example of "failed state". It is very ironic, the colonials boots may not be on ground, but they are still colonizing or are their patrons workings virtually. :lol: :lol: The colonials are telecommuting :mrgreen: The fool African think they are independents because they think their masters are not with them physically. A good example is Western African countries who even do not have banks to put their money. If those so-called "independents countries" are independents and their occupiers left them, why would their own citizens leave en masse to live in their former colonizers of the West?
That is not true at all. Somalia was independent under President Siad Barre but has not been so for many years due to various things. But Africans have never been the guardians of anything. the opposite may be true.

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Re: Eritreans participated in Somalia independence parade 1966

Post by Cigar » 03 Dec 2023, 16:55

Eritrea and Somalia are unlucky to have a cursed and backwards country called Ethiopia as a neighbor. Both of them were not allowed to enjoy their full independence for the fact that the west used the backwards Ethiopia to try to destabilize both countries.
Now that Eritrea and Somalia are strengthening their friendship so much so Eritrea is training Somalis armies, Somalis can easily reclaim their stolen Ogaden region and Eritrea can help to that vision.
We both need to make Ethiopia pay for the evil it did to further its masters agenda.
Besides that we should advocate to create more friction with in the rest of the Ethiopians ethnicity so that they can butcher each other or even advocate to creat 50 tiny independent countries.
Eritrea’s and Somalia’s future is bright, but we don’t need this cursed land to even give us a little hick up any more and we two need to destroy Ethiopia.
Let the pay back game begin.
We both need to convey such messages in the Somali and Eritrean community.
Ethiopia is terminally ill, with contagious disease and it is not curable and we two do not need to catch its infection. We need to just expedite its death.

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Re: Eritreans participated in Somalia independence parade 1966

Post by Somaliman » 03 Dec 2023, 17:05

What about the poverty-ridden country that claims to have not been colonised that's leading the entire world in toilet scarcity with 93% of its population having no access to a safe lavatory, defecating in the open!

More than a quarter of Addis Ababa residents have no access to toilets and [deleted] in rivers crossing the city.

Ethiopia has not been colonised, yet it's the largest foreign aid recipient in Africa and in the top 10 in the entire world.

Are you waiting for more foreign aid to sort out this mess in Addis?










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Re: Eritreans participated in Somalia independence parade 1966

Post by Somaliman » 03 Dec 2023, 17:12

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FYI, Somalis do not eat grasshoppers at all. The people in the video are eating this by desperation due to illnesses, as we all know, desperate ill people resort to all means to get well, and eating grasshoppers is not an exception. It's well-known that self-styled health gurus advise ill people to try all sort of things, taking advantage of their desperation.

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Re: Eritreans participated in Somalia independence parade 1966

Post by Somaliman » 03 Dec 2023, 18:45

Cigar wrote:
03 Dec 2023, 16:55
Eritrea and Somalia are unlucky to have a cursed and backwards country called Ethiopia as a neighbor. Both of them were not allowed to enjoy their full independence for the fact that the west used the backwards Ethiopia to try to destabilize both countries.
Now that Eritrea and Somalia are strengthening their friendship so much so Eritrea is training Somalis armies, Somalis can easily reclaim their stolen Ogaden region and Eritrea can help to that vision.
We both need to make Ethiopia pay for the evil it did to further its masters agenda.
Besides that we should advocate to create more friction with in the rest of the Ethiopians ethnicity so that they can butcher each other or even advocate to creat 50 tiny independent countries.
Eritrea’s and Somalia’s future is bright, but we don’t need this cursed land to even give us a little hick up any more and we two need to destroy Ethiopia.
Let the pay back game begin.
We both need to convey such messages in the Somali and Eritrean community.
Ethiopia is terminally ill, with contagious disease and it is not curable and we two do not need to catch its infection. We need to just expedite its death.







Not only do I agree with every word that you've said 100%, but also I believe this is the way to go for us.

Ethiopia has always been the dog of the West for the West to maintain influence and power in the HoA to our detriment.

For instance, the US created Al Shabab, and Ethiopia promoted it and has been arming it - to date.

I'm glad that Eritreans are realising gradually the evil character of Ethiopia of the past, present, and future, and that a number of Eritreans, like Cigar, are like Somalis and do not distinguish between Ethiopians. As soon as you distinguish between Ethiopians and bring some of them closer to you and push others back, you're done. Ethiopians are Ethiopians regardless of their ethnic lines. They've no good for Eritrea and Somalia. They rejoice at our troubles, and mourn over any positive result we achieve.

The relationship between Eritrea and Somalia can only prosper, and Ethiopia can mourn over this - good for it.

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