Somaliland: SBI Coca Cola Petition


Dear reader, war leaves a country with three armies.  An army of cripples, an army of mourners and an army of thieves.  Some people plant the harvest, some enjoys the fruit and some sits under the shades of the trees with empty stomach.    Every morning is another rude awakening for all of us; and every piece of cigarette is another nail in our coffin.  Yesterday was a painful memory, today is dark and there is no a promising tomorrow.   But if I was born to be drowned; I won’t be hanged.  Dear reader,Mr. Silanyo is watching while the society is disintegrating and falling apart; while his nation is boiling and burning.   Acting like the spectator of the merry – go – round.   Sir, the facts on the ground indicates that there is a wide underground Network of conspiracy of a group of Mafia led by an infidel tribal chief having expired mandate and wearing an expired stinking diaper; more loyal to the bonds of Gar – Adag Accord than to act according to the country’s constitution.   And eventually will take the whole country into chaos.  Taking the law with his own arms and overtaking illegally both legislative Assembly Houses.   Holding us at a gun point; and we are stuffed in a Supper – Sized  Tool – Box.  It is too late to repair the damage  and our castle is threatened from the interior.   We want the law to speak; not the lawer.

Dear reader, advice is something that the wise don’t  need and the fool won’t take it.  My dear reader,  it needs no saying that SBI Co – Operative is the only company  that has built a factory of Ten Million American Dollars with a three hundred permanent employees in it’s payroll and another two hundred is on call.   Moreover these employees consists of all the communities in Somaliland regardless to their color or creed.  Plus that, it is the only Co – Operative that has donated Five Million American Dollars for the installation  of the Hargeisa Water Supply.  It has played as a role model for the increase of the GPD of Somaliland.   Because, the gross domestic product (GDP) is one of the primary indicators used to gauge the health of a country’s economy. It represents the total dollar value of all goods and services produced over a specific time period; you can think of it as the size of the economy. Usually, GDP is expressed as a comparison to the previous quarter or year. For example, if the year-to-year GDP is up 3%, this is thought to mean that the economy has grown by 3% over the last year.  Measuring GDP is complicated (which is why we leave it to the economists), but at its most basic, the calculation can be done in one of two ways: either by adding up what everyone earned in a year (income approach), or by adding up what everyone spent (expenditure method).

Logically, both measures should arrive at roughly the same total. The income approach, which is sometimes referred to as GDP(I), is calculated by adding up total compensation to employees, gross profits for incorporated and non incorporated firms, and taxes less any subsidies. The expenditure method is the more common approach and is calculated by adding total consumption, investment, government spending and net exports. As one can imagine, economic production and growth – what GDP represents – has a large impact on nearly everyone within that economy. For example, when the economy is healthy, you will typically see low unemployment and wage increases as businesses demand labor to meet the growing economy. A significant change in GDP, whether up or down, usually has a significant effect on the stock market. It’s not hard to understand why; a bad economy usually means lower profits for companies, which in turn means lower stock prices. Investors really worry about negative GDP growth, which is one of the factors economists use to determine whether an economy is in a recession.

Having the intention of sabotage and undermining the functioning of  the Factory, our own Duke of Edinburgh, the Mayor Of Hargeisa who is one of the green men who lives in our teeth, has increasing the Garbage Tax Collection from 30, 000 Somaliland Shilling into 1,000, 500 Somaliland Shillings. What a crying shame ! This proves to us that the business men in this country are composed of two categories,. First Class Citizen and a Second Class Citizen who has  less rights as the Native Indian in North America.  Our own Duke Of Edinburgh, you have to understand that the SBI Factory prepares your Pay – cheque indirectly.  You have to be fair to all citizens under you jurisdiction.  Dear reader, in 1963 the deceased first Somali President Adan Abdalla Osman visited Italy, and according to international protocol the Vatican is an independent State inside Italy Territory.  So that the deceased president Adan Abdalla Osman visited the Vatican Republic and met with the Pope at that time.   Then some ignorant Communist opposition parties claimed that the president bowed his knees and back to the Pope.  When President Adan came back he said, some people boast and regard it a prestige and honor something disgrace while others see it as a shame. and dishonor.

Mr. Musa Dalab, Ignorance is a bless. Go back to history and read the biography and background of Saba – Cadd neighborhood. Mr. Musa you want us to melt like candles; so that you can forge our identity.

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Mr. Mayor, watch out,! If you plant seeds of hatred; it will grow to destroy both of us. Men of letters would revile you in prose and verses.  Your Style is a reflection of your attitude and your personality

Dear reader, for the sake of peace and tranquility of Somaliland, we may sleep with broken hearts, we may swallow our teeth, but we can’t steal our tears.  Peace and democracy can’t be a painful whip to beat us to death.




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