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    SA slaughters Yemeni Civilian Men, Women and Children in Latest War Crime Attack.





    Saudi Arabia, along with its mercenaries, attack Yemen's only Houtih held port. Aided by ameristan and utilising UK supplied, trained on and maintained weapons of mass destruction.

    Similar to ameristani recent attacks on Syrian cities, bombing back to the stone-age, the SA coalition of mercenaries utilising foreign supplied weapons have attacked the port of Al Hudaydah.

    Utilising foreign supplied warships, aircraft, munitions, artillery systems and drones the war crimes continue to be committed against Yemeni civilians.

    The Yemeni defenders have , allegedly, sunk at least one warship off the port as it rained down atillery shells indiscriminately.

    ameristani force have deduced that bombing their homes in fact will benefit the Yemenis. Failing that the minimal food and aid being delivered will induce mass starvation.

    One wonders where the outrage is being covered in the MSM and where the "White Helmets" videos of the war crimes are being published.

    If this was the Lebanese army bombarding Israeli cities and unarmed civilians, would the world be silent?

    One wonders when the SA coalition and it's military and weapons suppliers, will start "Ridding the World" of the entrenched Al-Qaeda terrorists in Yemen.



    https://youtu.be/aUba2XHJBz8

    http://"No Escape": Don't Expect A Yemeni Version Of The White Helmets

    http://"Civilians Trapped": Major Assault On Yemen Port Begins; Saudi Ship Attacked

    https://www.wsj.com/articles/u-s-deepens-role-in-yemen-fight-offers-gulf-allies-airstrike-target-assistance-1528830371

    http://www.moonofalabama.org/2018/06...egun.html#more
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    How heart-breaking and generous of UK to call for urgent meeting, do not mind that the killing weapons were supplied by them...

    UNSC to hold emergency session amid assault on Yemen's Hudaida
    The closed meeting requested by the UK comes as residents flee outskirts of city fearing incoming air attacks.

    The United Nations Security Council (UNSC) has called for an emergency session as the Saudi-Emirati military assault on the Yemeni port city of Hudaida entered its second day.

    The closed meeting, requested by the United Kingdom, will take place on Thursday afternoon. It will be the second time the Council convenes this week over the situation in Yemen, which aid groups warn stares at an imminent humanitarian crisis.

    On Wednesday, the Saudi Arabia and United Arab Emirates (UAE) launched an air and ground offensive on Hudaida, Yemen's third largest city, in the biggest battle in the three-year war between the coalition and Iranian-aligned Houthi rebels.

    https://www.aljazeera.com/news/2018/...070602614.html

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    Sponsored, largely, by those terribly civilised corporations known as the USA and UK.

    Lovely.

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    Yeah, some posters on here made a great pile of money working for the military industrial complex.


    Not for me, thanks.

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    I am sure Harry has an explanation for all this, and will blame somebody else per his usual standard

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    ^Here a hint to him (of course he does not need it):

    Quote Originally Posted by HuangLao View Post
    Sponsored, largely, by those terribly civilised corporations known as the USA and UK.
    ...and the Vlad has followed the suit either...

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    Guided Bomb Fragments At Site Of Yemen Bus Airstrike Trace Back To Lockheed Martin



    A prominent Yemeni journalist who throughout the war has been instrumental in getting images and information out of the country ahead of Western journalists has photographed and examined fragments from one of the exploded missiles found at the site of the US-Saudi coalition airstrike on a school bus in Yemen, which left as many as 50 people dead and 63 injured — the vast majority of which were children.
    The image of the missile fragment, believed to be among those that scored a direct hit on the bus full of children traveling through Dahyan market in Saada province last Thursday, was uploaded by Sanaa-based Hussain Albukhaiti and quickly spread online over the weekend. It appears to be a US-made MK-82 guided bomb produced by Lockheed Martin.
    Ben Norton, an American journalist among the first to track down publicly available government contract information showing the MK-82's likely origins, said of the bomb fragment imagery: "Yemeni journalists found this fragment of the bomb Saudi Arabia dropped on a school bus full of children in Yemen. It's a US-made MK-82 guided bomb, which has been used in previous attacks on Yemeni civilians. The cage code on the bomb is Lockheed Martin's."


    The MK-82 is a 500-pound air dropped guided bomb which US Air Force and military publications previously touted as "causing the least amount of collateral damage" US defense contractors have over the past few years sold the MK-82 to Saudi Arabia under contracts worth tens of millions of dollars.
    The CAGE Code, or Commercial and Government Entity Code, is a number assigned to suppliers of various government or defense agencies which provides a standardize method to track military items to a given facility at a specific location. According to one defense contracting consultation site, The Department of Defense’s Defense Logistics Agency, (DLA) assigns the five-character ID and uses alpha numeric identifier is assigned to entities located in the United States and its’ territories.
    Ben Norton says the Cage Code on the fragment reportedly found at the site traces to US government contractor Lockheed Martin


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    https://www.zerohedge.com/news/2018-08-12/guided-bomb-fragments-site-yemen-bus-airstrike-reportedly-trace-back-lockheed



    It seems SA forces would be unable to commit these war crimes without ameristani and UK assistance. Supplying weapons, supplying training in the use of the weapons, supplying targets.......... Made and directed by the two countries.

    One wonders when some of the worlds governments will apply sanctions on ameristan and UK for this crime against humanity. It appears that some countries will withdraw diplomats, apply sanctions to countries where direct evidence is not proven. Using the phrase, "highly likely" as sufficient evidence.

    These actions are facts only tolerated as SA has a yes man sat in the control room or warplane who jumps when demanded. Arms length and deniability seem enough for some well paid politicians and MSM.

    One comment from the site:


    "Applying the fallacious reasoning of the Iran-as-state-sponsor-of terrorism filter, the above story becomes, "the US is directly supplying terrorists of the anti-Houthi coalition with their latest high-tech school bus/wedding/funeral-homing missiles."


    Applying the fallacious reasoning of the Novichok filter, the above story becomes, "the school bus was destroyed by a missile of a type developed in the US, therefore it is highly likely that the US is directly targeting school buses - there is no other possible explanation."
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    Proxy war with Iran innit.

    Yet no-one sees fit to mention their contribution.

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    Quote Originally Posted by harrybarracuda View Post
    Proxy war with Iran innit.

    Yet no-one sees fit to mention their contribution.
    Euro-apologists manipulating the narrative, as to not interupt their dreamy justified agenda.
    Protecting the grand illusion at any cost.

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    Quote Originally Posted by OhOh View Post
    a type developed in the US, therefore it is highly likely
    Although, not such a factual evidence as provided at the Novichok case...

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    State Dept deflects questions on US-backed Saudi strike that killed dozens of children

    State Department Spokesperson Heather Nauert deflected questions about a US-backed Saudi airstrike that killed dozens of children in Yemen, instead choosing to highlight “Houthi attacks” against Saudi Arabia.

    https://www.rt.com/usa/435616-nauert...-strike-yemen/



    US bomb pieces found at Yemen bus strike site as Pentagon says ‘we may never know’ who supplied it
    Published time: 13 Aug, 2018 04:22

    https://www.rt.com/news/435800-yemen...omb-fragments/

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    Quote Originally Posted by harrybarracuda View Post
    Yet no-one sees fit to mention their contribution.
    Which is?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Klondyke View Post
    Pentagon says ‘we may never know’ who supplied it
    That lack of facts has never stopped the western world from blaming "somebody" before.

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    Quote Originally Posted by harrybarracuda View Post
    Proxy war with Iran innit.

    Yet no-one sees fit to mention their contribution.
    fill yer boots h...


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    Quote Originally Posted by OhOh View Post
    Which is?
    Too obvious to have to explain to even a fucking twat like you.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Neo View Post
    fill yer boots h...

    I couldn't give a shit tbh.

    It's a war between Saudi and Iran, and they are both arming their favourites.

    Saudi have just got better kit.

    C u n t s like HoHo sit there and bleat about all the civilians the Saudis are killing because it's with weapons they've bought off America, the UK and fuck knows who else. Meanwhile he's spent ages cheering on his fucking hero Putin who is responsible for the deaths of around a quarter of a million civilian Syrian men, women and children, let along the other 250,000, the majority of whom were rebel fighters trying to stop Assad and Putin wiping them out for daring to ask for a representative democracy.

    (Although he prefers to call them all "terrorists").

    I can't be arsed arguing with the hypocritical little wanker.

    And I can't be arsed worrying about other peoples' wars any more frankly.

    It's Saudi and Yemen's problem, and Iran as usual are stirring the shit.

    For Saudi it's about making sure no fucker wipes out their shiny new 400,000bpd refinery in Jazan.

    Iran would love to demolish that.

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    Quote Originally Posted by harrybarracuda View Post
    Too obvious to have to explain to even a fucking twat like you.
    That means you've shot your bolt and have nothing to back up your nonsense, again. pathetic.

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    Quote Originally Posted by harrybarracuda View Post
    Putin who is responsible for the deaths of around a quarter of a million civilian Syrian men, women and children
    What utter nonsense you talk Harry...

    Russia were very late to the Syrian war.

    Remind me again who poured petrol on the Arab Spring, but only in the arab countries were they wanted regime change?

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    Quote Originally Posted by OhOh View Post
    That means you've shot your bolt and have nothing to back up your nonsense, again. pathetic.
    Awwww whasamatter HoHo, run out of shit links?

    I'm sure there's something on RT or Xinhua you can find. That's probably completely irrelevant like the rest of the bollocks you post in your fervid hatred of all things Western.

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    More like his fervent contrarianism.

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    Quote Originally Posted by foobar View Post
    What utter nonsense you talk Harry...

    Russia were very late to the Syrian war.

    Remind me again who poured petrol on the Arab Spring, but only in the arab countries were they wanted regime change?



    ...........

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    Quote Originally Posted by foobar View Post
    What utter nonsense you talk Harry...

    Russia were very late to the Syrian war.

    Remind me again who poured petrol on the Arab Spring, but only in the arab countries were they wanted regime change?
    What a remarkable demonstration of ignorance. You're quite special needs, aren't you?

    Putin blocked his first UN Resolution on Syria in October 2011, allowing him to continue selling weapons to the murderous Assad to use against his own people.

    If you don't even know the basics like that, go outside and play and leave the grown ups to talk.

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    Quote Originally Posted by harrybarracuda View Post
    Putin blocked his first UN Resolution on Syria in October 2011, allowing him to continue selling weapons to the murderous Assad to use against his own people.
    Shit Putin gives Assad all the weapons he wants for free. Because that theater of war has become a showcase for Russian weapons to buyers worldwide...

    https://www.defensenews.com/global/a...-syrian-usage/

    https://www.thenational.ae/world/men...ustry-1.712786

    Russian arms more lucrative since Syrian crisis | The BRICS Post

    But this will fall on deaf ears with the Putin knob gobblers here.

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    Nothing is free, it's an investment and Assad will paying for his life/regime later on.

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