This is book is the first of its kind in Botswana. Unlike foreign analysts and scholars who usually praise this country from overseas, this book interrogates and analyzes the Botswana’s socio-economic and democratic status in deeper scrutiny and with firsthand experience. It is arguably a whistleblower. The author of the book, Richard Khumoekae (25yrs), argues that never in the history of this country has the state of politics and socio-economics been so importantly critical. According to the author, the rising of President Seretse Khama Ian Khama to the presidential office have heralded an era of democracy decay: effectively marking the genesis of bitter, ugly wars in the once peaceful society. Battle lines have been drawn. A litany of nagging questions that immediately visits the reader’s mind is: "Which battles? What for? Who is battling who? and Why?" Well, such questions are adequately answered in this book.