There was once a country called Yemen On the occasion of ” Manchester ”
Following the nomination of a US-based president, who was the only candidate in the elections, the residents rose and began to protest. And then began a devastating imperialist intervention, which the people of the Western world barely know.
Massacre Yemen in numbers
At the southernmost end of the Arabian Peninsula, there was once a country called Yemen. Its inhabitants did not live as richly as the rest of the peninsula, since they did not have the same stocks of oil and so this country was described as the poorest in the region. Beyond poverty, however, the people who lived in that country were forced to learn to live with the daily presence of American drones that bombed them for years to bring them democracy. Despite the adversity, the inhabitants of that country were trying to live their lives. Make family, children, work and eat.
One day, elections were held and a US favorite was elected president. The inhabitants were disturbed, not so much because their chairman was the surge of those who were blowing them. They were accustomed to this. But mainly because in the elections from which the new president was elected, only one candidate came down. That’s who won. So the residents rose up and began to protest.
And then, this:
8 Saudi-led countries have begun to bomb Yemen. Egypt, Morocco, Jordan, Sudan (?!), The United Arab Emirates, Kuwait, Qatar and Bahrain.
2 were the different operations carried out by Saudi Arabia and its partners in Yemen. The first was called the Decisive Storm and because it was not so decisive, the second called it Restoring Hope (Restoring Hope).
0 (zero) was almost the condemnation of the invasion by the world community, while the surrogates in Syria, who somewhat said, “Serves them right. Let’s them come over here. ”
3.3 billion in weapons sold to Saudi Arabians by the British
130 billion in weapons sold to Saudi Arabia by the United States
40 billion of weapons were sold by the US to Qatar, a country involved in the bombing, making it the largest arms deal for 2015. Well done Obama.
70 air raids were made against Yemen by the United States only in the first three months of 2017. Well done Tramp.
10,000 people have lost their lives.
40,000 have been injured
39 hospitals and clinics have been bombed by the Saudi Arabian coalition
0 inhabitants of Yemen have managed to flee the country as refugees, since Saudi Arabia has imposed a complete isolation of the country, by land and sea.
0 are the imports and exports authorized in Yemen from Saudi coalition, condemning the people to famine, pestilence and death.
90% of food and medicines needed by Yemen imported them from abroad before the start of the Saudi invasion.
3,300,000 children and pregnant women are at risk of famine which has arisen as a result
7 million people in total do not have stable access to food, with famine expected to soon reach “biblical dimensions”.
1 position was given to Saudi Arabia, the UN Commission on Human Rights, and apparently was entitled more.
1 UN Secretary-General is reportedly threatened by Saudi Arabia to be excluded from the list of war crimes.
0 are the campaigns we’ve seen to be conducted on social media to inform and sensitize the world, say #prayForAden, the capital of Yemen.
X people know that in fact the capital of Yemen is Sanaa
Editor’s Note: This article I found it in a Greek blog called “katiousa.gr” translated it in English.