It ain't like the USC could just decide what happened next. You had 115 different fractions of little qabiil driven motherfockers that would not work together. A leader is replaced but why the fock did the whole nation have to go with the leader? Their thirst for power was so keen that it was ultimately what led to their disagreements.
If USC had a clear path the civil war would of ended. The break of USC into Ali Mahdi vs. Aideed is what destroyed Somalia. If USC would taken over and announced a unilateral government, majority of Somali's would have been accepting. But they ended up breaking up and massacring each other.[/quote]
Shirib you're giving the USC too much power. Do you think all the other fractions that were fighting to get some power would just lay down their arms had the USC acted quickly and filled the gap? I think not sxb. What would be of SNM? I doubt matter would just settle there.[/quote]
yes its all to do with the USC, both the manifesto group for being closet siyadist loyalists and for caydiid being unresonable and losing his mind when faced with the manifesto wings lunacy.
We already had a roadmap in 1989 between the SNM/USC/SPM after the defeat of the faqash regime there was going to be a 5 year Transitional government with power shared by the three, follwed by elections and a return to most of the constituion of the 60's but with federalism.
ali mahdi then claimed presidency, war erupted between the USC, siyads army attempting a comeback from kenya, so we finally had enough and told somalia to go to hell.