The Nuclear Attacks on Yemen.
The so-called “Coalition” attack on Yemen is now into it’s eightieth day or so having started on March 25th..Saudi Arabia and their entourage of lackeys and prostitutes have killed thousands of Yemeni civilians over the duration of the attack.
When the civilians of Palestine are subjected to similar massacres the world at least pays attention. Perhaps the lack of a Western representative in the war is what makes the difference.
Peace talks are scheduled for later this month in Geneva. the likelihood of their success is hard to predict. Until the air bombardment ends the people of Yemen will continue to suffer and their suffering will continue to be ignored by the major Western media who only ever care about human life when they are specifically ordered to do so for the propaganda purposes of the War party.
Too distant, too poor and too depressing…it must be Yemen.
In the case of Yemen it sadly seems that almost no-one cares. Yemen is too poor, too remote, too depressing, too far removed from the West, part of a Geopolitical game that is largely beyond both the comprehension and outside the interest of the Western public.
Almost all of my life I would have felt exactly the same way. “It’s too depressing” I would tell myself, “What could you possibly do about it?” etc. So I am not pointing the bone at anyone here but trying to state that this is the way we are in the West at this time.
The Full Horror of War.
Yemen: Bodies lay strewn across the ground after Saudi airstrikes hit Hazm *GRAPHIC*
Some or all of these images may depict the use of Nuclear weapons, but these are not Nuclear weapons like the Hiroshima or Nagasaki devices the impact and fall out are far less. These are a new type of weapon and the results are so different from the previous known Nuclear attacks on Japan that the description may not be particularly helpful without first explaining that these are not the Hiroshima size bomb.
A Massacre Whether by Black Powder, RDX or Small Nukes is still a Massacre.
This terrible massacre will probably be remembered by historians as “what the Saudis and pals did in furious response to the apparent US/Iran detente. This was meant to be a show of force, a demonstration of prowess and a threat to Iran of what awaits them.
In military terms the Saudi mass killing spree has apparently achieved little or nothing. The House of Saud will not survive in the current form much longer. King Salman may well prove to be the last King of Saudi Arabia. It seems obvious that when the jihadists of al Nusra and IS have finished fighting in Syria and Iraq, it will be Saudi Arabia and Jordan that will be the next targets for destruction.
If and when the House of Saud falls it will not be missed although if they are replaced by a group such as the al Nusra front perhaps the venal and thoroughly corrupt House of Saud will inspire some positive sentiment in comparison.
These shots are all stills from Youtube videos. The channels that provided the source material include. WarLeaks, Global Leaks, Zig Zag, Gordon Duff, Ruptly(RT) and others I have perhaps forgotten. I acknowledge and thank them and more importantly the people in Yemen who actually shot these images of mass destruction. I hope it soon ends.