Genocide of Yemen

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Re: Genocide of Yemen

Post by Firestarter » Thu May 02, 2019 4:47 pm

Firestarter wrote:
Wed Apr 17, 2019 3:07 pm
In January, French Armed Forces Minister Francoise Parly said that she was “not aware that any (French) arms are being used in this conflict”. This wasn’t the only time the French government has denied that they sell arms that are used in the war against Yemen.
A classified document from French military intelligence service (DRM) shows that Saudi Arabia and the United Arab Emirate (UAE) are massively using French-made weaponry against Yemen.
What a stupid move!
The 3 journalists, that exposed that the French government was lying when they promised that no French arms are sold to the “coalition” that are mass murdering Yemenis, have been summoned for questioning.

This is an apparent investigation into “compromising national defence secrets” by the French intelligence agency DGSI: ... -coverage/

The Houthi al-Masirah TV channel reported that the UN-backed "aggression forces" have kidnapped more than 150 fishermen from 15 boats in the waters off the port of Hodeidah.
According to Yemen's Ministry of Human Rights, the coalition has made it impossible for more than 50,000 Yemeni fishermen to fish. The coalition has killed dozens of fishermen, targeted 93 fishing facilities and destroyed 4,586 boats.

The coalition had conducted 13 airstrikes on the Sana'a airport and the al-Dailami air base. The Saudi Press Agency (SPA) confirmed the raids but claimed that it had targeted drone maintenance sites, a communications system and locations of drone experts and operators: ... n-Hudaydah

President Donald told that he likes “the King” of Saudi Arabia and boasted to a roaring crowd of Trump-retards:
With all that being said though, we have $450 billion, $110 billion of which is a military order, but this is equipment and various things ordered from Saudi Arabia, $450 billion.
I think it's over a million jobs. That's not helpful for us to cancel an order like that. That hurts us far more than it hurts them.

Some party poopers rated this a “Pants on Fire” lie....

The Saudis haven´t bought anywhere near $110 billion in arms.
Nor has Saudi Arabia ordered anywhere near $450 billion worth of goods.

Total exports to Saudi Arabia in 2017 were $25.4 billion. “Only” $14.5 billion in arms sales has been agreed upon (not $110 billion let alone $450 billion). There is no reason at all to think that all of these will be bought though.

The over one million jobs becomes quite ridiculous if you compare it to the offered exports to the Saudis.
In 2015, the US Commerce Department said exports supported “165,000 jobs" for a export total of $29.7 billion (that´s higher than in 2017). This means that the United States gets .0000056 per job on average.
If we take the $110 billion in arms sales as a “fact” (which it isn´t) they could generate more than 600,000 jobs. If we take the agreed upon $14.5 billion, this would support “only” 81,200 jobs.

The arms experts have said that arm sales typically take 3 or more years to complete. When you take this into account the $14.5 billion won´t be bought in 2019 alone and the amount of generated jobs would be even much lower: ... n-saudi-o/
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Re: Genocide of Yemen

Post by Firestarter » Fri May 24, 2019 3:14 pm

Earlier this month, the Bahri-Yanbu ship travelled from Antwerp (Belgium) to the French port Le Havre, where it had to leave on 9 May without the arms to Saudi Arabia after protests broke out. Activists gathered to denounce their government’s refusal to stop arms trade with Saudi Arabia even though French weapons have been used against Yemen.
French human rights group Christians for the Abolition of Torture (ACAT-France) also filed a legal challenge against the arms shipment. This case was dismissed by the corrupt French court:

After the problems in France, the Bahri-Yanbu continued to Genoa. Italian Unions falied to have the vessel banned.
Union workers loaded “non-critical goods” but refused to load the generators because they didn´t believe the claim that they are only for “civilian use”

The Bahri-Yanbu has left for Jeddah in Saudi Arabia: ... 26746.html

Germany has agreed with the UK government that it will bipass the supposed arms export “ban” to Saudi Arabia.
Germany will continue to supply spares for the UK-produced Tornado fighter bombers and Eurofighter Typhoons, that are used by the Saudis to murder Yemenis.

British politician Andrew Mitchell responded:
Quiet diplomacy with the Saudis is clearly the government’s preferred approach but the continued bombing of civilians areas demonstrates this approach is simply not working. It is shameful and a profound moral failure that the UK has been unable to persuade Saudi and Emirati allies to end the bombing of innocent Yemeni civilians. ... s-to-yemen

According to the UN Development Programme (UNDP) by the end of the year, the total number of dead Yeminis could rise to 233,000, with 60%younger than five and more than 13 million “at risk of” starvation.
That includes 102,000 killed in combat and 131,000 due to starvation.

By 2022 “more than 330,000 children” could be dead: ... 92926.html

Already in December 2016, UNICEF reported that one child dies younger than 5 dies every 10 minutes of “preventable” causes. That’s more than 1000 a week. Or more than 125,000 by now.
Since then the starvation of Yemenis has gotten even worse. I wouldn’t be surprised if already more than half a million Yemenis have died...

UN agency World Food Program said that it finally got access to silos in Yemen's port city of Hodeida that held some 51,000 metric tons of wheat — that could feed 3.7 million people for a month — after the site was made inaccessible by the “coalition” assault in September.
At least 30% of the wheat can’t be consumed anymore: ... 28108.html

Food aid provided by the United Nations often doesn’t reach people until it is already expired and crawling with worms and cockroaches.
In Abss, the World Food Programme facility stored at least 21,400 bags of flour and canned food, almost all of it expired and corrupted by weevil infestation. Poor Yemenis have no choice but to sift the weevil out of the flour and eat it anyway.

The “coalition” prevented a convoy of aid from fellow Yemeni civilians from being delivered to al-Durayhimi’s residents.
The war has forced many companies to quit their activties in Yemen, forcing millions in Yemen to lose their jobs, Today many families are forced to beg on the streets so they can eat.

During the “holy month” of Ramadan several regions — including Hodeidah, Hajjah, al-Beida, al-Dali, and Sana`a — are under constant aerial bombardment: ... id/258397/
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Re: Genocide of Yemen

Post by Firestarter » Sat Jun 08, 2019 4:51 pm

Despite the French government calling for an end to the “dirty war” in Yemen, France’s weapons sales to Saudi Arabia rose 50% in 2018.
France sold about 1 billion euros worth of arms to Saudi Arabia, with the patrol boats having the largest value. These are used in the naval blockade of ports controlled by the Houthis to starve the population.

French arms exports to the Middle East increased from 3.9 billion to (only) 4 billion euros last year. Most of those arms go to Qatar, which ordered Rafale-fighter jets and helicopters for about 2.4 billion euros. Qatar is not part of the coalition anymore.
Arm sales to the United Arab Emirates fell sharply.

French arms sales have surged in recent years after lucrative overseas contracts for Rafale fighter jets to India and Qatar, and a multi-billion submarine deal with British colony Australia.
France is among the world’s leading arms exporters, its arms sales rose 30% to 9.1 billion euros in 2018, most of it by an increase in sales to European allies. The report showed orders from Europe increased from 10 to 25% of the total, including from Belgium and Spain, which bought helicopters and heavy armoured vehicles.

The French government says its arms sales are governed by strict procedures in line with international treaties.
Sure the UN supports this clear example of genocide...: ... -last-year

So while the arms exports to Saudi Arabia continue to rise, our wonderful media (from Iran) are reporting that another (the second) ship had to leave France without weapons...
A Saudi cargo ship had to leave the French port of Fos-sur-Mer without the ordered weapons: ... otest-ACAT

Firestarter wrote:
Thu May 02, 2019 4:47 pm
President Donald told that he likes “the King” of Saudi Arabia and boasted to a roaring crowd of Trump-retards:
With all that being said though, we have $450 billion, $110 billion of which is a military order, but this is equipment and various things ordered from Saudi Arabia, $450 billion.
I think it's over a million jobs. That's not helpful for us to cancel an order like that. That hurts us far more than it hurts them.
It looks like President Donald has been working hard to get more jobs producing arms in the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia...

In a May 24 letter, Secretary of State Mike Pompeo notified congressional leaders of the national emergency declaration, waiving congressional review for 22 separate arms sales to Saudi Arabia and the United Arab Emirates totaling $8.1 billion.
The arms package, previously blocked by Congress, includes 120,000 precision-guided bombs from Raytheon to the coalition. These will add to the tens of thousands of bombs that the Saudis and UAE have already stockpiled, so they could continue fighting in Yemen practically indefinitely. It also includes support for Saudi F-15 warplanes, mortars, anti-tank missiles and .50-caliber rifles.

The emergency declaration also allows Raytheon Company to build high-tech bomb parts in Saudi Arabia. This information was first reported last Monday.
The bomb parts to be jointly build by Raytheon and the Saudis include the control systems, guidance electronics and circuit cards for the Paveway “smart” bombs. According to Representative Ted Lieu, it seemed “to serve no purpose other than to forfeit our technology and prevent future congressional oversight”.
Possibly the Saudis will copy the technology and use it to produce their own weapons, which they could use for example in Yemen or sell to other countries (without US Congress having a say).

Raytheon executives have made their way into high-ranking positions.
In 2017, Raytheon’s former vice president for government relations, Mark T. Esper, became Army secretary.

According to the Times, Saudi Arabia has "ordered more than 27,000 missiles worth at least $1.8 billion from Raytheon alone" of which "about $650 million of those Raytheon orders came after the Saudi war in Yemen began".
In May 2017, Raytheon signed a deal to work closely with the Saudi Arabian Military Industries Company. It is unclear whether the new production deal is part of that plan.

On Wednesday, several Members of US Congress - , including Rand Paul, Lindsey Graham and Robert Menendez - announced that they would introduce “measures” against the arms deals. The “coalition” must just as terrified of the terrorist-supporting UN as the toothless Congress by now...
Rand Paul commented:
Few nations should be trusted less than Saudi Arabia. In recent years, they have fomented human atrocities, repeatedly lied to the United States and have proved to be a reckless regional pariah. It is concerning and irresponsible for the United States to continue providing them arms.
Is Saudi Arabia really worse than the US, UK, Israel or the Netherlands?!?

Malinowski, a top human rights official under President Obama, said the bombs will be used in Yemen, not for defending Saudi Arabia or UAE from Iran, as Trump administration officials have claimed:
(original here: ... theon.html)
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Re: Genocide of Yemen

Post by Firestarter » Fri Jul 05, 2019 3:01 pm

On 20 June, London’s Court of Appeal ruled that arms sales to the “coalition” are unlawful, as UK ministers have ignored war crimes in Yemen.
Court documents show that civilians were bombed soon after training sessions by British teachers. For example, 3 days after Britain provided training – from 27 July to 14 August 2015 – some 70 civilians were killed by airstrikes in Hodeidah.
On 25 June, it was reported that the U.K. government banned “new licenses” for arms exports to Saudi Arabia, the United Arab Emirates, Kuwait, Bahrain and Egypt (including maintenance, military goods and technology contracts).

Existing licences seem to continue as usual...
Data from the Department for International Trade shows 295 extant export licences to Saudi Arabia, which means that arms exports from the UK will continue.

The UK government has authorised the sale of at least £4.7 billion ($6 billion) in arms to Saudi Arabia since March 2015.
That’s not even counting the “secret” Open Individual Export Licenses, which have not been suspended by the UK government. These open licences allow an unlimited number of arms to be exported in 5 years.

BAE Systems had 3 open licences to export Paveway bombs and Brimstone and Storm Shadow missiles.
BAE Systems said:
We continue to support the UK government in providing equipment, support and training under government-to-government agreements between the United Kingdom and Saudi Arabia. The decision of the court does not mean that licenses to export arms to Saudi Arabia must immediately be suspended. CAAT did not ask for such an order and the court did not order it.

Arms manufacturers Raytheon, Leonardo and Rolls Royce were awarded nearly £3 million in tax money in 2018: ... di-arabia/
(archived here:

I’ve seen stories that the USA and Germany have also stopped some exports (in a similar fashion as the UK, so continuing supplying these psychopaths with bombs)...

On 11 May, it was reported that the Houthis began their witdhrawal from the port of Hodeidah, but the coalition continued their assault: ... ck/258468/

So as the Western media are desperately trying to blame the Houthis for the massive amounts of Yemenis dying from starvation and bombs, they can´t use this propaganda anymore (unless people are really so braindead that they believe anything the media will tell us...).

In 2016, UNICEF already reported that every 10 minutes a child younger than 5 died of “preventable causes”; more than 1000 per week or more than 52,000 per year. Since then the humanitarian catastrophe has gotten even worse!
This means that more than 183,000 children under 5 years died from 2016 till the beginning of this month (July 2019).
The Armed Conflict Location and Event Data Project (ACLED) has calculated that on top of that from March 2015, till November 2018 between 75,000 and 80,000 direct casualties from the bombs have died. With more than 3000 Yemenis dying per month as a direct result from the violence that makes another 106,000 to 111,000.
This makes a low estimate for the total number of dead Yemenis since March 2015, when the bombing campaign was started - 290,000. This doesn’t include children older than 4 years dying of starvation.
I would be surprised if the total death toll is lower than 580,000...

Obviously the terrorist United Nations isn´t afraid that people will find out that it is blatantly supporting this genocide...

The UN World Food Programme announced that it won´t supply any more food to Yemen’s starving capital, Sanaa, which is still controlled by the Houthis.

The reported reason is that those “horrible” Houthis don´t agree that Yemenis have to give personal identification data to the World Food Programme: ... tric-data/
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Re: Genocide of Yemen

Post by Firestarter » Mon Sep 02, 2019 4:10 pm

According to the International Red Cross, the coalition has bombed and completely destroyed a prison controlled by the Houthis, killing at least 100 people and injuring another 40.

The coalition claimed it targeted a “military compound” that “stores drones and missiles” and that the Houthis were masking it by “claiming it was a secret prison”
The Red Cross had visited the prison before, according to Franz Rauchenstein: ... men-prison

Meanwhile the arm sales to the coalition continue.

On 24 July, President Donald Trump vetoed 3 congressional resolutions aimed at blocking the sale of billions of dollars worth of weapons to Saudi Arabia and the United Arab Emirates.

Secretary of state Mike Pompeo had argued that threats from Iran are more than enough reason to approve the $8.1 billion arms sale to the 2 genocidal US allies in the Middle East.

The toothless US Congress spoke a lot of empty big words, but won´t do anything to stop the ongoing sale of weapons.
House foreign affairs committee chairman Eliot Engel said for example:
The president’s veto sends a grim message that America’s foreign policy is no longer rooted in our core values – namely a respect for human rights – and that he views Congress not as a co-equal branch of government, but an irritant to be avoided or ignored. ... udi-arabia

Also the arms sales from the UK continue, only approving new sales to Saudi Arabia are blocked by the ruling of the Court of Appeal.

The British government has been given permission to appeal to the UK’s Supreme Court to overturn that ruling.
The Supreme Court rejected the Government’s application to lift the temporary block on new export licences. This means that the more than 50 outstanding and new applications can not be approved for the time being: ... di-arabia/

Despite empty promises to lift it, the naval blockade of the port of Hodeidah by the coalition has continued to this day.

The ongoing support for the war against Yemen effectively makes “aid” meaningless.

The stated priorities of US President Donald Trump, and UK Prime Minister Boris Johnson to push arms deals, with the support of the United Nations, shows that the mass slaughter will continue (more than 1000 Yemeni kids dying every single week of starvation alone...): ... s-continue
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Saudi Aramco oil false flag

Post by Firestarter » Thu Sep 19, 2019 3:25 pm

It´s been another year, in which more than 100,000 Yemenis were killed as the result of the coalition´s brutal assault. More than a year ago, August 2018, our wonderful media called it a great “victory” that there was actually a little sugar-coated criticism of the genocidal Saudis.
Earlier this month, the UN Human Rights Council report has simply noted again that things aren´t going too well in Saudi Arabia. This includes some criticism of the arms sales from US, UK, and France to the “coalition” and as such could be complicit to indiscriminate shelling, landmines, arbitrary killings and detention, torture, sexual and gender-based violence, and starvation.

Saudi Arabia is a member the “respected” UN Human Rights Council until the end of the year.
In the meantime the United Nations will continue to do nothing on the continuing mass murder in Saudi Arabia:

The Yemen Organisation for Combating Human Trafficking, a Sana’a-based NGO, has documented over 10,000 cases of organ sales from the start of the war in March 2015 to 2017. Because many cases go unreported actual figures are expected to be much higher.
Basically these Yemenis are forced to sell their organs because there’s no way to earn the needede money to survive any other way.

Maha and her friend had gotten a passports through a Yemeni broker and a formal medical report from a Saudi black-market organ dealer to make the sales of their kidneys in Jeddah, Saudi Arabia look like legitimate donor transplants.
In 2016, Tawfiq sold one of his kidneys in Saudi Arabia $7,000.
Aisha sold a kidney to a wealthy Bahraini woman for $5,000, who had paid $30,000 for it.

Hundreds of Yemenis, lose their lives after their livers, kidneys, spleens, corneas, or even their hearts are removed in forced organs “donations”.
One Yemeni family found their missing dead son:
After his abduction we found his body thrown in the street, you could see there had been an operation on his body; we asked for an autopsy and were in shock after we found his heart was gone.
Some Yemeni prisoners of war had their kidneys removed, while others had their organs removed and been left for dead.

After women have sold their organs abroad, they are regularly subjected to rape, other violence or forced into prostitution networks in Ethiopia, Egypt, Saudi Arabia and the United Arab Emirates: ... ar/261818/

Saudi Arabia has staged another false flag attack...
On 14 September 2019, there was NO major attack on the Saudi Aramco oil production facilities at Abqaiq and Khurais in eastern Saudi Arabia but nothing else than a smoke screen (quite literally).

There are tweets on twitter that the Houthis claim that they are responsible for these attacks hundreds of miles over the border with drones. There is no evidence that these attacks were actually performed by the Houthis, who don’t even have the technical ability.
Houthi drones are mostly short-range, up to 186 miles (300 km). It´s not clear how Saudi Arabia could have missed these drones travelling literally hundreds of miles into their territory.

The Houthis claimed that they (only) used drones.
Pictures like the following of cruise missiles (that’s not a drone!) near the Saudi oil plant were shown for evidence.

There is no evidence whatsoever that Iran, which has denied being involved, was behind these attacks in any way either, but then again this didn’t stop the governments of the USA and Saudi Arabia to accuse them.
Trump warned the US is “locked and loaded” for Iran after the attack on Saudi oil fields.

Secretary of State Mike Pompeo tweeted:
Iran has now launched an unprecedented attack on the world's energy supply
There is no evidence the attacks came from Yemen.

CNN National Security Analyst Peter Bergen claimed that while admitting that “there was no proof” whatsoever, a “source in the Gulf region” told that the “indications” were that the attack came from “southern Iraq” (that isn´t Iran though).

Houthis spokesman Yahya Saree has more or less said that it was an inside Saudi job (for which Iran and/or the Houthis are used for scapegoats); who reportedly said the operation followed “an accurate intelligence operation and advance monitoring and cooperation of honorable people inside the kingdom”: ... index.html

According to former US ambassador to Oman, Gary Grappo:
I think the Saudi leadership has a great deal of explaining to do that a country that ranks third in terms of total defense spending ... was not able to defend its most critical, and I can’t underscore that enough, its most critical oil facility from these kinds of attacks.

A reasonable motive looks to be the coming AramCo IPO; reportedly the World’s Biggest IPO ever. With oil prices booming AramCo could suddenly be worth trillions worth more (you can bet your life that the “terrorists” staging these supposed attacks made a nice profit!: ... co-busted/

I think that I found an even better motive for staging this false flag – covering up the following 3 part story on how the Pentagon, Saudi Arabia and the UAE are arming ISIS in Yemen with Serbian weapons.
Government officials from the US, Saudi Arabia and UAE have trafficked at least 3 million pieces of Serbian weapons (mortar shells and rockets) to Yemen and Syria in the last 3 years.

The Pentagon has sent US Special forces to Yemen.
See an American soldier posing with Islamic State terrorists, who are fighting the amazing Houthi rebels.

ISIS terrorists in Yemen have often been pictured with weapons manufactured by the Serbian state-owned arms factory Krusik, for example in a 27 July 2019 propaganda video, which shows weapons purchased by the US government in the hands of the Muslim extermists. An investigative reporter traced this to lot 04/18.
These 82 mm M74HE mortar shells KV, lot 04/18, were purchased by the US company Alliant Techsystems LLC (a subsidiary of ATK Orbital, USA) for the US Government. The exporter was the Serbian state-owned company Jugoimport SDPR, under contract MP00135498.
The contract MP00135498, signed 20 January 2017, for a total of 105,150 82 mm mortar shells “for the needs of the US Government” was worth $8,043,975.

The packing list for the export of 10,500 pcs was signed on 12 February 2018.

A 15 March 2018 e-mail between Jugoimport and Krusik show that the weapons exported to the Afghan National Police (lots 06/18, 07/18 and 08/18) under Pentagon contract W52P1J16D0058-0006 were shipped to storage depot 22 Bunkers, Pol-e Charki, Kabul.
The weaponsin the ISIS video in Yemen, lot 04/18, were shipped to the same address but to end user the Afghan National Army.

On 3 April 2018, Jugoimport SDPR (the exporter) sent an e-mail to the Serbian arms manufacturer Krusik to confirm the shipment on Silk Way West Airlines flight 7L9632 on 15 April 2018 from Belgrade to Kabul-Baku. Silk Way used a special NAG military call sign for this transport. This is a military call sign given by NATO for operation “Resolute Support” in Afghanistan. In other words the weapons were supplied under the cover of NATO.
Silk Way Airlines, which the US Government hired to transport the weapons from Serbia and Bulgaria, is an Azeri state-run company. In 2017, Silk Way Airlines carried out 350 “diplomatic flights” with weapons for terrorists in Syria, Afghanistan, Yemen and Africa. These flights were chartered by the Pentagon, Saudi Arabia and UAE.

The mortar shells featured in the ISIS video in Yemen, lot 04/18, 10,500 pcs., were shipped on a Silk Way Belgrade-Kabul flight for 8 May 2018 to the Afghan National Army (ANA). On the same flight also 2,406 pcs. (lot 06/18) and 2,920 pcs. (lot 07/18) of 82 mm mortar shells were transported to the Afghan National Police (ANP): ... es-part-1/
( ... es-part-1/)

In another video, ISIS terrorists were shown with mortar shells 81 mm M72 HE KV. These are from lot 01/18, purchased by the Saudi Ministry of Defence.
As of 1 June 2018, manufacturer Krusik manufactured 11,880 pcs. of 81 mm M72 HE mortar shells, lot 01/18, exporter was the Serbian arms company GIM.

The Serbian arms company GIM was represented by Branko Stefanovic.
Branko is the father of the Serbian vice prime minister and interior minister Nebojsa Stefanivic!

The exporter from Serbia, GIM, signed 4 contracts in 2016 and 2018 with Saudi Arabia for the delivery of 517,000 pcs. of mortar shells from Krusik.
The importers in Saudi Arabia were 2 private companies: Rinad Al Jazira, Saudi Arabia and Larkmont Holdings LTD, an offshore company registered in the British Virgin Islands. The end user was the Ministry of Defence of Saudi Arabia.

There was also an apparent fraud involved (kickbacks and/or money laundering for the father of minister Nebojsa Stefanivic?). GIM purchased weapons from Krusik at a much lower price than normal.
See for example that GIM paid a much lower price per mortar shell than for example the state-owned company Jugoimport SDPR.

The weapons were exported from GIM to Saudi Arabia again on Silk Way Airlines flights, or by sea from the port of Burgas in Bulgaria to Jeddah in Saudi Arabia.
Saudi Arabia has purchased 1,286,462 pcs. of ammunition from the Serbian arms factory Krusik since 2017. This is just a small part of a covert international weapons shipment network for arming terrorists in the Middle East: ... es-part-3/
( ... es-part-3/)

For more information on how Anglo-American intelligence brought Ayatollah Khomeini into power of Iran: viewtopic.php?f=7&t=1583
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Re: Genocide of Yemen

Post by Firestarter » Tue Jan 28, 2020 1:55 pm

In September 2019, it was reported that the amazing Houthis had successfully launched an attack on the Saudi Aramco oil plants in Abqaiq and Khurais.

According to the “reputable” Reuters, earlier this month, in a confidential report by U.N. sanctions monitors it was concluded that the Houthis couldn’t have done this as they don’t believe that “those comparatively sophisticated weapons were developed and manufactured in Yemen”.

On 10 December, U.N. Secretary-General Antonio Guterres told the Security Council that the United Nations was “unable to independently corroborate” that missiles and drones used in the attacks “are of Iranian origin”: ... NKBN1Z72VB

The United Nations Development Programme recently reported that the Coalition’s blockade against Yemen will exacerbate Yemen’s humanitarian crisis and will also make Yemen the poorest country in the world by 2022.

The coalition is further increasing its seizure and detention of ships carrying food and fuel into Yemen.
For 40 days, the Coalition has held 13 ships loaded with oil derivatives at sea, preventing them from entering the port of Hodeidah. The UN had already inspected and licensed the ships to be discharged in Hodeidah.

Fuel is needed to generate electricity for hospitals and also for transportation.
Fuel shortages will also lead to power cuts, plunging the Maternity and Childhood Hospital in Amran into darkness and making its life-saving machines inoperable: ... is/262285/

The following is a longer essay that gives some background information on the genocide of Yemen.
The destruction of Yemen was staged after it had made itself the pariah of big oil, after it nationalised its hydrocarbon sector in 2005, and seized oil assets from Hunt Oil and ExxonMobil affiliates.

In March 2015, the bombing campaign against Yemen was intensified to restore puppet President Hadi to power, with the support of the UN, US and UK.
The UN/US/UK-backed Saudi Arabia imposed its complete blockade over North Yemen after the Houthis took control of Sana’a. The land, air, and sea blockades restrict imports and exports, including food, medicine and fuel from entering the country.

The brutal bombing campaign and blockade has resulted in the deaths of hundreds of thousands of Yemenis, with more than ten million Yemenis facing starvation. More than 50,000 child deaths from starvation were recorded in 2017 alone.
The human catastrophe becomes even worse as the “coalition” targets food and water supplies, and hospitals and medical supplies. Yemen relies on imports for 75% of its food, and the blockade has also cut off needed medicines.

The most direct reason for the war against Yemen appears to be the construction of a canal from the Arabian Sea to Yemen.
This canal would bypass the Hormuz Strait, Persian Gulf, and Bab al-Mandab strait into the Red Sea, which would allow increased shipment of Saudi oil. With this canal, they can avoid pricey negotiations with countries to allow their oil to pass.

Donald Trump appears to have profited from the Saudis…
In 2001, the Saudi government bought the entire 45th floor of the Trump World Tower for $4.5 million.
Between 2001 and 2016, the Saudis also paid Trump $5.7 million in various fees.
In 2018, it was reported that a visit from Saudi officials to the Trump International Hotel in New York City boosted its quarterly revenue by 13%, after 2 years of booking decline.
Between October 2016 and March 2017, a lobbying firm connected to the Saudi government paid $270,000 to the Trump International Hotel in Washington DC:

Some people thought that President Donald couldn’t do it but against the odds he looks to even outperform his predecessors in boosting the profits of the military industrial complex. Some members of US Congress couldn’t be happier as this has boosted the value of their investment portfolio…

Since 27 December 2019, when an American contractor was killed by in Iraq, the aerospace and defence sector has outperformed all other sectors in the S&P 500: “Northrop Grumman, Raytheon, Lockheed Martin, and L3 are each more than three standard deviations above their 50-day moving average”.

In the 2020 Defense appropriations bill, the subcommittee approved $1.85 billion for 18 F-35 Joint Strike Fighter aircrafts and spare parts from Lockheed Martin. The subcommittee also recommended $1.1 billion for 6 P-8A Poseidon aircraft from Boeing.
Subcommittee member Sen. Roy Blunt owns $100,000 in Lockheed Martin stock.
Subcommittee members Dianne Feinstein, Susan Collins, and Jerry Moran own a combined $750,000 in Boeing stock.

House Oversight and Reform Committee Government Operations Subcommittee Chairman Rep. Gerry Connolly owns $400,000 worth of stock in Leidos, which provides information technology services for the Defense Department for billions of dollars.

Following are the (other) US Representatives with $100,000 or more in defense stocks.

Steve Cohen - $415,000
Gerry Connolly - $400,000
Ro Khanna - $376,000
Greg Gianforte - $309,856
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Re: Genocide of Yemen

Post by Firestarter » Tue Jan 12, 2021 8:48 pm

Oh those horrible Yeminis...
Massively dying and still not bowing down to tyranny!

Because they're not dying fast enough the Trump administration has labelled the Houthis a "terrorist" organisation, which makes it a crime to transport food to the starving population in Houthi-controlled territory.
Or at the very least will make it more difficult to send humanitarian aid to the starving Yemenis.

According to US Congress, this is NO reason for impeachment.
According to our wonderful media this isn't important "news": ... itol-riot/

In its 2020 Global Humanitarian Overview, the United Nations Office for the Coordination of Humanitarian Affairs (OCHA) said that the war on Yemen “had already caused an estimated 233,000 deaths, including 131,000 from indirect causes such as lack of food, health services, and infrastructure”. To put this devastating number of deaths in perspective, this would be the equivalent of over 2.5 million people killed by war in the United States.
The U.S.-backed Saudi-led coalition has bombed and destroyed vital civilian infrastructure in Yemen. Over half of Yemen’s healthcare facilities have been damaged and closed due to the war. To add to the brutal bombing, the Saudi-led coalition maintains a sea, land, and air blockade on Yemen. The cruel blockade hinders Yemen’s access to food, fuel, medicine, and medical equipment.
Saudi Arabia was the largest importer of weapons globally in 2015–2019 and the United States was its biggest supplier with billions of dollars’ worth of arms sales. In his last days in office, U.S. President Donald Trump is pushing to complete a $500 million arms sale to the Saudi Kingdom and a $23 billion arms sale to the United Arab Emirates.
An article published on September 23, 2020, in Declassified UK, an investigative journalism website, exposed that Saudi combat aircraft pilots continue to receive training in the U.K. by the British Royal Air Force. ... ts/5733697

The toothless US Congress made some noise but in reality didn't object to the $23 billion arms sale to the genocidal UAE: ... 4e900e9f32
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