How rot took hold with tribal behaviour
Published 23/11/2010 | 05:00
There's a lovely country in the world and it's in trouble.
It's a good country, with great people and great potential. It's an ex-colony of Britain. The legacy of that colonisation shackles it. The real shackles are long gone. However, new shackles have replaced the old ones. They're more to do with tribal behaviour.
The problem this country faces is that the leaders of the main tribe cynically cut off all criticism of their behaviour and stifle any debate by accusing any dissenters of being unpatriotic, not wearing the jersey of the country and of being stooges of the ex colonial power.