US Foreign Policy is About to Kill 500,000 Kids in Yemen

As previously reported, civilians in Yemen are suffering from an intense and widespread humanitarian crisis. Staggering numbers include 7 million civilians in starvation, and 19 million out of the country’s 27 million population “in need of some form of aid,” according to the Guardian and the UN. “The poorest country in the Middle East, Yemen is now the largest food security emergency in the world,” stated a Unicef report that focused on the war’s effect on Yemeni children.

At least 9.6 million children, which amounts to 80% of all Yemeni children, are in need of humanitarian assistance. “Nearly 2.2 million children are acutely malnourished and require urgent care. Close to half a million children suffer from severe acute malnutrition, a life-threatening condition that has seen a drastic increase of 200 percent since 2014,” the report also stated, adding that health care, education, and social systems have deteriorated during the war.

Alongside this starvation crisis, is the high number of civilian casualties during the continuing conflict in Yemen. At least 4,773 civilians have been killed over the last two years and an additional 8,272 have been injured.

US foreign policy is playing a direct role in the starvation and murder of thousands of innocent civilians.

In an effort to ensure power to Yemeni President Abdu Rabbu Mansour Hadi, a Saudi-led coalition has been relentlessly attacking Yemen, targeting heavy military action toward Houthi rebels resistant of a Hadi government which has effectively accelerated the country’s humanitarian crisis.

A critical element to this war, which has been ongoing for over two years, is assistance from the United States government. The United States has been a longstanding ally of Saudi Arabia and has been providing weapons deals for the Saudi government for a great number of years.

A 2016 report showed that the Obama administration offered at least $115 billion in weapons sales to Saudi Arabia over eight years, “more than any previous US administration,” which included deals that provided weapons sales to “replenish the Saudi arsenal, depleted in the war in Yemen.”

Donald Trump is on the same path.

Historian and investigative journalist Gareth Porter recently published an extensive writeup explaining the United States’ involvement in Saudi Arabia’s military interventions. Porter laid out the Saudi coalition’s “war strategy of maximizing pressure on the Houthi resistance by destroying agricultural, health and transportation infrastructure and by choking off access to food and fuel for most of Yemen’s population.”

“Equally important, however, the US has provided the political-diplomatic cover that the Saudis need to carry out this ruthless endeavor without massive international blowback,” Porter noted.

Human Rights Watch researcher Kristine Beckerle recently pointed out that the organization has found evidence of U.S.-supplied weapons at “apparently unlawful coalition attack” sites in Yemen, including weapons made by Raytheon.

“The United States, which became a party to the Yemen conflict during the first months of fighting by providing direct support to the coalition, including refueling planes during bombing raids, has provided substantial assistance to Saudi Arabia, including “intelligence, airborne fuel tankers and thousands of advanced munitions.” …..

http://thefreethoughtproject.com/us-foreign-policy-has-brought-80-of-the-entire-population-of-children-in-yemen-to-the-brink-of-death/

This bunker-buster dropped on Yemen May 2015 might be nuclear due to the scintillation of the CCD camera in the phone but I don’t know why the scintillations only happen at the edge of the fireball.  If they were caused by charged particles one would think they’d be distributed throughout the field of vision since the lens wouldn’t be capable of focusing them.   But the color of the fireball is certainly consistent with nuclear.

This is footage of the same blast I think, with the scintillations much more evenly distributed across the frame.   Comparing the two in more detail, it appears that the second is taken closer than the first so the ccd would be getting a larger dose of protons.  Also if the first has less dynamic range then the scintillations would be less visible against the backdrop of the fireball.

How much more impactful would the above interview be if Stahl had pointed out that saddam had been a CIA asset from the get-go?

https://www.globalpolicy.org/component/content/article/169/36408.html

Is it so hard to believe this country is controlled by luciferians?   Do you think americans will be safe when they are no longer needed to complete the NWO project?  Do you  think american kids are safe RIGHT NOW?  After all, there will be no place for them in the future.

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