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Thursday, May 4, 2017

Yemen/ Saudi update 5/04/2017..."Saudis seek to pursue warmongering policies"

"Saudis seek to pursue warmongering policies"

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Yemen War: US, Saudi Arabia, Al-Qaeda Are Partners in Crime

The United States, which often presents the war on Yemen as being against Al-Qaeda and tries to justify ever deeper direct US involvement, should take note: Al-Qaeda in the Arabian Peninsula (AQAP) leader Qasim al-Rimi says AQAP forces regularly “fight alongside the Saudi-led, US-backed forces against Yemen.”

It’s yet another reminder that Al-Qaeda militants are allies to the Saudis; are supported by US-coordinated airstrikes; are loyal to the Saudi-backed insurgents; and the regime changers regularly coordinate with AQAP in fighting against the people of Yemen.

This is something the Saudis have preferred not to make a public fact, as the policy was established very early in the war to attack the anti-Saudi civilians and troops wherever they could be found, and to look the other way when AQAP ended up taking over territory in the process. The same is true about the Pentagon regime. They are also with these “uncomfortable” allies.

The often unspoken reality of this dirty war is that the House of Saud and its American allies are not hoping for a more peaceful solution to the Yemeni crisis. It shows they are anything but anti-terror, democratic forces; that the Saudi-led forces were all spawned by the War Party and its rogue partners in the region, with long-standing ties to Al-Qaeda and other psychopathic monsters, in order to wage a perpetual war on the poorest country in the Arab world with unforeseen and tragic long-term consequences.

By the AQAP leader’s own account, these terrorists are also funded, armed and trained by Saudi Arabia and the United States. The regime changers have sown the seeds of tumult and helped give birth to the unimaginable, including airstrikes against civilians, suicide bombings and other forms of savage brutality perpetrated by their narrow minded zealots in the name of democracy. The story remains the same in Syria, Iraq and Afghanistan, whether the players are Al-Qaeda, Taliban, or ISIL.

Meaning, the Saudis and the Americans are up to their eyeballs in terror, but their tactics aren’t working. Their terrorist goons are getting beaten quite badly by the people of Yemen and Ansarullah forces. Which is why the regime changers have moved on to Plan B – imposing a naval blockade and dramatically limiting access to food aid. And it’s about to get a lot worse.

With signs that a Saudi attack on the last port, Hodeidah, is being considered, the Pentagon regime has made clear they’d very much like to join the Saudi invasion, seeing the conquest of that last aid port as a hugely decisive moment in the war, in this senseless humanitarian tragedy. This was expected. After all, these are Qaeda allies, used to bombing civilian objects, murdering defenseless civilians, triggering humanitarian disasters, and ruling out peace talks anywhere in the region.

Tragically, the unfortunate people of Yemen are not the only victims of this criminal policy. The crimes committed by the Saudis and their American partners in crime are too many to list in other places as well. They include harboring terrorist groups and sponsoring sectarian wars in Iraq, Syria, Libya, and Afghanistan. The awkward irony is that by harboring terror proxies, the US is also fostering a world of endless war, terrorism, and insecurity. Undoubtedly, for the War Party’s wheels and deals with Saudi despots, who are committing war crimes and human rights abuses with great impunity and no accountability, the dirty war on Yemen is good for business.

Little wonder human rights groups and international aid agencies are up in arms over Trump's embrace of the Saudi invasion of Hodeidah. The US president's warm words to join the Saudi invasion may have as much to do with business interests (arms sales) as their authoritarian style. Not to mention his stated admiration of and "love affair" with Israeli war criminal Benjamin Netanyahu, to whom Trump has pledged support for an apartheid state.

The Saudi-led, US-backed war on Yemen is a reflection of Trump’s domestic and foreign policy agendas. The whole idea is to destroy and divide Yemen, to infest it with Wahhabi terrorists and extremists, and to justify a permanent war in the Arabian Peninsula and beyond. The rest is all cutting deals with whoever is willing to cut deals with the United States, including Al-Qaeda in the Arabian Peninsula. There's not much room in that equation for standing up for International Law, International Humanitarian law, and the Geneva Communique: Self-determination, sovereignty, and free elections.

Yemen, is hell for the invaders and their masters.

Yemen, mortar shot by Huties kills Saudi soldiers

Yemen, Huties snipers eliminate Saudi soldiers.

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