Wednesday, March 30, 2005
On this morning's BBC news, a spokesman (i didn't catch for whom or what) explained the anti-Blair protests of the Mugabe "supporters": If Britain and the European Council were to support the Zimbabweans and offer aid, rather than voicing opposition and sanctions, the country would be better off economically. He appeared to really believe what he saying. The blame for the country's slow starvation of its people is not the governement's (of 25 years) fault; the blame is with Tony Blair. Slowly, and painfully, someone's child in Zimbabwe is being starved, many children, in fact--young and old. And no global outcry to establish a "feeding tube" into the economy for these children has been heard. Where's the outrage?