But the Saudi’s are our wonderful allies! Who cares if they behead their citizens with an abandon only Genghis Kahn and ISIS would admire and let us not forget that they use up good ammo from our defense industry illegally bombing Yemen with undiscriminating cluster bombs that, by golly, we can expect they need replaced soon!!
Heck, these guys, good folk that they are, have clearly been given the nod of righteousness by the holiest of holy’s the United Nations as head of the Human Rights Council.
If we can starve 500,000 Iraqi children to death and be proud of it, why can’t the Saudi’s do the same to Yemeni children ? And, of course, let us not forget that the American mainstream media has no embedded reporters watching the atrocities committed in our name in Yemen, and likely will not in the coming invasion of Syria. But why would we care, for America approves of their message!
Saudi Arabia is no state at all. It’s an unstable business so corrupt to resemble a criminal organization and the U.S. should get ready for the day after.
Yemen: Saudi Arabia bomb schools and hospitals in the world’s poorest country | The Muslim Issue
Notice how silent Obummer and his EU allies are on this?
Kerry is seen not flying back and forth to Saudi Arabia to demand an end to these bombings, or negotiate sanctions against Saudi Arabia. The main fight is between forces loyal to the beleaguered President, Abdrabbuh Mansour Hadi, and those allied to Zaidi Shia rebels known as Houthis, who forced Mr Hadi to flee the capital Sanaa. The Houthis are members of a rebel group, also known as Ansar Allah (Partisans of God), who adhere to a branch of Shia Islam
Human Rights Watch has published new evidence alleging the Saudi Arabian-led coalition in Yemen has been using internationally-outlawed cluster bombs. The organization says innocent civilians have been targeted in the raids.The New York-based organization visited the Saada province in the north of Yemen this month in order to compile its report. Human Rights Watch says it managed to document the use of three types of cluster munitions in the country.