Well it is the day after the night before and Saif al Islam is strolling the streets to shame ICC announcing contemptuously that he and daddy Gadaffi are safe and sound. So did the National Transition Council fool the whole world or was the world was is such a hurry to see the comrade brother gone? whatever the case the noose is tightening around Col. Gadaffi's neck.
Meanwhile shame on FA Assistant Minister Richard Onyonka's empty rant on BBC mourning the loss of Gadaffi having being at the forefront of fighting Apartheid and financing AU. Speak of being weaned on toxic handouts?
The king of kings is dethroned. The dear brother leader is so lonely with no sibling left standing and the revolution aborted. The future of Libya is bleak indeed. The tribal warfare is knocking at Tripoli's doorstep. With the world's longest serving leader gone another history is made and broken in the same breathe.
What is more, the ICC (yes that monster linking Kenya's State House to PEV) is rubbing her hands in glee waiting to receive high profile tenants. The ICC has confirmed that Gadaffi's son and heir apparent Islam has been captured. It looks like The Hague Express never runs out of steam. And that opens the floodgates for plastic African patriots to have their mouths foaming throwing brickbats at ICC as constructed exclusively Africans (may be Ratko and co are mere tokens).
One can only imagine the defiant leader of green revolution throwing his fist in the air disparaging ICC judges reminding them he is above their authority. Add that to the flowing robe and with no time for endless speeches, his goose if surely hunted, roasted, digested and flashed.
And before we shout IMPERIALIST, we must be ashamed of the Indian-educated Dr Mbingu wa Muthariaka next door who has not failed the African leader's test of gleefully falling on his own sword. Just when many were lauding Malawi for turning the corner from being a begging bowl in hand to food basket, Mutharika has not only dissolved the whole cabinet reverting all powers to himself but he is heavily clamping down on dissent the African style.
Back to Libya. Gadaffi's fall spells more trouble than hinting at solutions. The National Transition Council leaders are nothing but smart opportunists who rapped Libya under Gadaffi but only defected at the right time to depose the leader and feather their nests. In short Africa remain their own worst enemies.