ER Editor: As Trump is still Commander in Chief, we’re not sure what is happening here. Tucker —
Blinken claims we’re bombing Yemen to protect oppressed poor people, and no doubt to protect democracy. Please. This is the next step toward full scale war with Iran, which the foreign policy ghouls in Washington have been fantasizing about for decades. Keep that in mind as this… https://t.co/K6AK0DXDTE
— Tucker Carlson (@TuckerCarlson) January 12, 2024
Some heavy-duty optics for sure —
⚡ 🇺🇸 Donald Trump about the war with Yemen:
“We’re dropping bombs all over the Middle East, AGAIN, but no war on our Southern border”
“So, let me get this straight. We’re dropping bombs all over the Middle East, AGAIN (where I defeated ISIS!), and our Secretary of… pic.twitter.com/GdiMPSQSMW
— Megatron (@Megatron_ron) January 13, 2024
The people of Bahrain are protesting the indignity of their monarchy bombing Yemen along with the US for the sake of Israel.
It’s time to overthrow the Zionist monarchy. pic.twitter.com/Tj1kgbkQqn
— Syrian Girl 🇸🇾 (@Partisangirl) January 13, 2024
“In an historic development in the global anti-war movement, millions of protesters are expected to take to the streets on 13 January in over 120 cities, across 45 countries and on six continents to demand an end to the bombing of Gaza and Yemen.”
— Stop the War (@STWuk) January 13, 2024
Millions of people fill the streets in Yemen and demand retaliation after the US and UK attack with 73 strikes pic.twitter.com/Cu7EVBYRwc
— Glenn Diesen (@Glenn_Diesen) January 13, 2024
The US is transforming the Red Sea into a war zone.
Further diversion from #Israel…
— Elijah J. Magnier 🇪🇺 (@ejmalrai) January 13, 2024
Sunak claims “self defence” for bombing Yemen. Straight out of the Zionist playbook. https://t.co/cIRGkYc6H4
— vanessa beeley (@VanessaBeeley) January 13, 2024
The USA and UK are bombing the world’s poorest country in order to make people forget about the Epstein revelations and the zionists who dug tunnels under New York and held pedophilia rituals. Wasn’t the shame of Gaza enough for these scumbags? #YemenUnderAttack #Yemen#Houthis… pic.twitter.com/gXqvk5hujZ
— Iqra. (@weird_mystery_) January 13, 2024
BREAKING | US bombs Sanaa International Airport in Yemen pic.twitter.com/68qMv5gUct
— The Cradle (@TheCradleMedia) January 13, 2024
Russia at the UN Security Council on the US-UK aggression against Yemen:
“We are not surprised by the frankly weak arguments that the United States and the United Kingdom have used to try to justify their aggression, because there are and can be no other arguments to justify… pic.twitter.com/6pe24sISGL
— COMBATE |🇵🇷 (@upholdreality) January 13, 2024
From yesterday via The Cradle. Is this the point? —
US President Joe Biden and UK Prime Minister Rishi Sunak are facing internal criticism for approving joint airstrikes across Yemen during the early hours of 12 January, with lawmakers calling the decision a “violation” of the nation’s constitutions.
“The President needs to come to Congress before launching a strike against … Yemen and involving us in another Middle East conflict. That is Article I of the Constitution,” US lawmaker Ro Khana said just as news broke that the strikes were in progress.
“Only Congress has the power to declare war,” Republican official Thomas Massie declared. At the same time, Democrat Rashida Tlaib also charged Biden with “violating Article I of the Constitution by carrying out airstrikes in Yemen without congressional approval.”
Similarly, Senator Mike Lee stressed that “The Constitution matters, regardless of party affiliation.” “President Biden must come to Congress and ask us to authorize this act of war,” posted Republican Anna Paulina Luna.
The White House has provided no details on the constitutional or legal justification used to drop bombs on over 60 targets inside Yemen. However, under the 2001 Authorization for Use of Military Force (AUMF), the president is granted the authority to use military force without the approval of Congress.
We’ve gone looking for any kind of footage of these alleged attacks but haven’t been particularly successful yet.
UPDATE Jan 14 –
Real Raw News is reporting that Trump is responsible personally for bombings on Yemeni territory. Real or a comm? If the military is in there, is it for another purpose entirely? See —
Anglo-Saxons go to war in Yemen
VOLTAIRE NETWORK |
Since November 19, 2023, Ansar Allah (Yemen military) has attacked around twenty ships in the Red Sea in order to force Israel to stop the massacre in Gaza. At first, only ships carrying Israeli goods or stopping in Israel were covered. Then, when the West covered Israel, all the ships of the nations supporting the massacre in Gaza were hit. Russian or Chinese ships have never been worried.
Western shipping companies and Western oil transnationals gradually diverted their ships from the Red Sea, through which a third of Western traffic passed. They now go around Africa rather than taking the Suez Canal.
The United States has formed an international coalition to protect Western maritime traffic in the Red Sea, Operation Prosperity Guardian. After President Emmanuel Macron decided to join, the French army general staff refused to participate in an operation aimed at allowing the massacre in Gaza to continue. Likewise, Spain withdrew.
Ansar Allah (“The Followers of God”) is pejoratively referred to as “Houthis” by Westerners, i.e. the al-Houthi family gang. This week they organized a demonstration in support of the Palestinians. In these images, we see that it is anything but the “one-family gang”.
On January 10, 2024, the UN Security Council met to decide. It condemned any attack on commercial ships. On the proposal of Russia, which abstained, the adopted resolution agrees that peace can only return if we tackle “the root causes, in particular the conflicts which fuel regional tensions and which contribute to disrupting security maritime”. China voted for the text thus worded.
The next day, January 11, the United States and the United Kingdom carried out a large bombing operation in Yemen (73 strikes). They are said to have destroyed a dozen Ansar Allah sites. Australia, Bahrain, Canada and the Netherlands participated in these bombings. The operation was supervised by General Michael Erik Kurilla, Commander of US Forces for the Greater Middle East (CentCom).
President Joe Biden said he ordered the strikes to protect “one of the world’s most vital waterways.” However, the Security Council did not authorize military action. On the contrary, it called for strengthening the embargo on the arms of the different Yemeni factions. This action is therefore indeed an extension of the Palestinian war.
The Reuters news agency reported that the strikes hit targets across Yemen, including in the capital Sanaa, the cities of Saada and Dhamar, as well as Hodeida governorate.
Ansar Allah have just emerged victorious from a cruel nine-year war against Israel and Saudi Arabia, joined by the United Arab Emirates. They were bombed for eight years and learned to protect themselves. It is unlikely that the attack by the Anglo-Saxons will get the better of them.
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