http://news.bbc.co.uk/1/hi/africa/2201197.stm Dear Mr. Blair, How long are we going to wait, before we are committed, in concert with other African Commonwealth forces, to do something about this man? The arrests of Farmers, their families and workers continues, and we still stand idly by. On the 12th of September, you promised to fight terrorism, anywhere on the globe it occured. Terrorism is happening, on a daily basis, in a former British colony, and still, we do nothing. Are we really that much America's poodle, or are we a Sovereign nation in our own right? We intervened in Sierra Leone, and restored order, with the grateful thanks of the people there, what makes Zimbabwe so different? How long must we wait? Until the President starts "disappearing" farmers, their families and workers? The next stage for Mugabe, will be to declare these people, "Enemies of the State" at which point, British subjects and there dependants, black and white , will be in mortal fear of their lives. You seem to believe, that Iraq will benefit from a regime change. Would the same not be true for Zimbabwe. Come on Mr. Blair, when are we going?