While making this tragic statement, Baadiyow, in his own words, still does not want to give up the other side of the argument “there is no statistical data to back the claim of small and majority clan.” [Sic] As if it is not him but somebody else who is making the claim! Apparently, Baadiyow has poor memory, he does not remember what he said a minute earlier.
Because anything after this tragic statement is repetitive and essentially constitutes an attempt to misrepresent and mislead the reader, I would like to conclude these comments by referring to a very interesting statement that the Baadiyow makes in connection with the possibility that the Roadmap may fall apart. In this regard, he explains that “if the process does not offer an opportunity for full participation and current leadership or foreign actors hijack the process, I expect the Arab spring will be extended to Somalia.” And then adds that “the real problem in Somalia is failing to abide by rules and regulations and … younger Somalis will not accept the continuation of the status quo.”[sic] How should we interpret this strange statement in light of everything else that Baadiyow said above? Why would and why should the people follow laws that are not fair? Maybe Baadiyow is telling us of something to come.
For what it is worth to me and to you, lest you have not seen it before, take note of the following statement; it will give you an idea of where the world is today:
“All human beings are born free and equal in dignity and rights. They are endowed with reason and conscience and should act towards one another in a spirit of brotherhood.” – Universal Declaration of Human Rights (U.N. Article 1.10 December 1948)”
See you next time, doctor,
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