The world is watching closely as Somalia continues to raise fears of extremism and unending clan warfare. Years of civil war and crippling drought have torn this once-prosperous nation to shreds. Now pirates and terrorists are destroying what remains of civil society. But one man thinks he can make a difference. This film gains unprecedented access to Abdirahman Farole, a Somali-Australian former refugee who has returned to his native land to become the President of Puntland (the northern province of Somalia) with the sole mission to bring back peace and a working democracy to Somalia once and for all.
Follow Australian Jew Manny Waks, as he witnesses the dramatic hearings of the Royal Commission into Institutional Responses to Child Sex Abuse, before he travels to the US and confronts one of the two men he claims abused him.