Choices, AND CONSEQUENCES: The ICC prosecutor was clear that the Kenyan state, headed by the accused was pursuing a policy of obstruction, non compliance and hyped high power diplomatic attacks against the court. In my reading of this, the statement is clear: there is no difference between the state and the accused. I smell sanctions...
When I warned that Uhuru was bad for this country, some dunderheads dismissed my arguments. I'd like to hear them comment on this...
But what is more interesting to watch is the apparent change of tact by the ICC. Under normal circumstances, the ICC would appear to preach the message to Africans that they are not imperialists out to colonise them. Today's pitch was very different. It was a speech targeted at the international community (apart from the Kenyan state) and the undertone was obvious. It was a call to support whatever action the ICC takes...
If I was Uhuru and the forces that helped him grab power, I'd be a worried man...