It is rightly said that every Napoleon has to see his Waterloo. Metaphorically, not everyone meeting his defeat in historical and symbolic manner as did Napoleon Bonaparte I, nevertheless has to meet his end one way or another. The same is true in case of President Musharraf whose days seem over and his end is a writing on the wall. He took over on October 12 which could be between justified as the continuation of the praetorian role which beginning as moderators turn into guardian and the ruler type role. The army took over power despite the fact that a civilian government was functioning as expected. Even unlike the previous two coups there was less political chaos and instability at the time of the coup. In his first address to the nation he said, "The armed forces have moved in as a last resort, to prevent any further destabilisation. I have done so with all sincerity, loyalty, and selfless devotion to the country. As a political scientist I believe a worst crime was committed as three elections had taken place and the process of democratic system had begun." He was saved by the Supreme Court under the Doctrine of Necessity. The events following it resulted in LFO or PCO asking the judges of the supreme and high courts to retake oath. On January 26, 2000 the Chief Justice Saeed uz Zaman Siddique and five other judges of the 13-member bench who refused to do so were dismissed. Saeed Zaman was replaced by Justice Ershad Hassan Khan. Higher salute to the judges who did not take oath under LFO they are actually our heroes The restoration of civilian rule and his becoming a president under the 17th Amendment was a credit to the undemocratic forces and discredit to the lack of viable political leadership; and not a considerable opposition inside the parliament. PML-Q the King's Party was established to legitimise his military turned civilian rule by playing a supportive role. Majority of them were those who sided with him and joined the party to support their volatile interests. As Karl Marx has said, "Every system contains the seeds of its own destruction" and the major problem with the system was the one man authoritarian rule supported by undemocratic forces which led to the sacking of CJ Iftikhar Chaudhry on March 9, 2007. From then onwards a resistance to his rule, with major focus on his undemocratic and authoritarian policies resulted in a mass movement, the major support for which came from the common man and party workers. The February 18 elections was the mandate the public gave for a change from top to bottom and his elections as president was publicly rejected. He should have resigned had he believed in democratic values but one should not expect from a person, having toppled a civilian rule, to have resigned on public mandate. A credit nonetheless for fair and transparent February elections goes to General Kiyani. Under him the army played the role of a guardian by not allowing the agencies' role at micro level rigging. His PML-Q crumbled like a house of cards. The major hopeless show of the PML-Q came from Balochistan where the party despite majority was unable to form government. Many of the president's close admirers and ministers in previous government from the province not only defected the party but blamed him publicly for the day to day miseries of nation. He himself seems perturbed over the situation and like an empty vassal sounds louder without common sense. Many of his statements reflect that he feels insecure. However , it is important that the president should look back into our history of the exit of the presidents since Iskander Mirza in 1958.