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129,000 + Cases of Cholera in Yemen. Is this Genocide?
« on: Jun 16, 2017, 01:15:17 pm »
 

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There is virtually ZERO coverage of the Cholera epidemic spreading across Yemen.
Yemen: you know, the place the Saudi's are bombing back to the pre-stoneage...
the place the US is assisting the Saudi's in bombing.
A proxy war - Saudis fly the planes, and the US provides in-flight fueling.


Now they're dealing with a massive outbreak of Cholera.



So... this massive Cholera outbreak in Yemen: is it a naturally-occurring epidemic,
or is it an assisted epidemic, with help from the Saudis?
Assisted with bioweapons... ?


Let's start by looking at one particular bioweapons expert... what has he been up to?

Meet Dr. Thomas C. Butler:

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Thomas_C._Butler

Thomas Campbell Butler is an American scientist specializing in infectious diseases including cholera and bubonic plague at Texas Tech University since 1987. He is credited with making oral hydration the standard treatment for diarrhea.[1]

Butler was arrested in 2003 and prosecuted by the United States Justice Department for, among many other charges, illegal transportation of plague samples, tax evasion, fraud, and embezzlement. He was convicted of 47 out of 69 charges and served a two-year jail term ending in December 2005, having rejected a plea bargain offer.

Arrest


In January 2003, Butler reported 30 vials of plague missing from his laboratory
to safety officers at Texas Tech University. The missing vials apparently triggered a bioterrorism response plan. Sixty law enforcement officers were sent to investigate, and they arrested Butler after questioning him. The Justice Department accused Butler of illegal transportation of plague samples, tax evasion, fraud, and embezzlement, among other charges. Butler pleaded not guilty in September 2003, turning down a plea-bargain offer for a six-month sentence in exchange for a guilty plea.[2]

Conviction

He was convicted on December 1, 2003 of 47 of the 69 charges filed against him. Of the convictions, three were for improper shipment of plague samples to collaborators in Tanzania and forty-four were related to what prosecutors called "shadow contracts" for his research at Texas Tech.[3]

Prosecution

Butler was arrested in 2003 (Kimberly, 2003) and prosecuted aggressively by the United States Justice Department and served a two year jail term ending in December 2005.

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And THEN what happened with Dr. Thomas C. Butler???
He's released from jail in 2005, and then we find him five years later,
at the Miami International Airport, with a "suspicious" item in his packed baggage...


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Convicted Disease Doc Won't Be Charged in MIA Scare
Scientist found with suspicious item at airport did prison time for plague sample flap
By Willard Shepard and Brian Hamacher
http://www.nbcmiami.com/news/local/Convicted-Disease-Doc-Questioned-in-MIA-Scare-102151329.html
Sept. 3, 2010


Passengers head out of the terminal at Miami International Airport in Miami,
early Friday morning, Sept. 3, 2010. A spokesman for Miami International Airport says
four of its six concourses have been evacuated as a police bomb squad investigates a report
of a suspicious item. Several flights were diverted to other parts of the terminal.(AP Photo/Alan Diaz)


The suspicious item scare caused police to evacuate four of six airport terminals and the airport's hotel for nearly seven hours as a bomb squad removed the item for further testing.

The airport was fully reopened around 4 a.m., and initial tests on the item have come back negative.

Shortly before noon Friday, it was learned that Butler was released from questioning and won't be charged in the incident. Authorities escorted him back to one of the terminals at MIA where he's expected to board a plane to Puerto Rico, which was his destination Thursday night.

Butler was not identified by authorities at an early-morning press conference, where FBI Special Agent Michael Leverock said the man being questioned was not under arrest and was being "voluntarily interviewed."

"He's being very cooperative," said Leverock.

Leverock said the item was still being tested at a lab to determine what, if any, danger it posed.

"We don't even know if a crime occurred here," he said.

Sources told NBC Miami that Butler had been coming from Saudi Arabia when the suspicious item was spotted in his luggage as it went through customs.

Butler had been on the faculty at Texas Tech since the late 80s until his arrest in 2003 on charges of smuggling and improperly transporting the plague samples, as well as theft, embezzlement and fraud. Butler told police that 30 vials containing the samples had been stolen from his lab.

He was eventually found guilty of exporting the vials of plague and stealing research money. He was acquitted of illegally exporting the plague samples.

Butler spent nearly two years behind bars and lost his Texas Tech job, despite the protests of several in the scientific community who denounced his prosecution. His controversial story was even featured in a "60 Minutes" piece titled "The Case Against Dr. Butler."

He's currently listed as a faculty member
at Alfaisal University in Saudi Arabia.


Published at 11:07 AM EDT on Sep 3, 2010 | Updated at 7:25 PM EDT on Sep 3, 2010

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By the way, there was no FOLLOW-UP to this story: the "Suspicious Item" mentioned in the article, was going to be "tested"... but I can't find any report on what that item was. This seems to be brushed under the carpet... Dr. Butler boarded the plane, and that was the end of the story.
But what was the "suspicious item"?
Was Dr. Butler being protected by the FBI? Why did they allow him to leave; a guy who was once convicted of transporting bioweapons... ??
He may be a government bioweapons expert, just doing his job, moving 'precious cargo' to the buyer.

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Research shows that Yemen has been a testing ground for biological weapons in the past...

Shoham, in "Chemical and Biological Weapons in Egypt", writes that Egypt has conducted research on anthrax, botulinum toxin, plague, cholera, tularemia, glanders, brucellosis, meliodosis, Japanese B. encephalitis, Eastern equine encephalitis, influenza, smallpox and mycotoxins. This list has been disputed and there is no other open source information available to verify the agents listed in the Shoham article.

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In historical perspective, Egypt was the first Arab country to equip itself with CW and BW. It was also the first to utilize CW (in Yemen in the 1960s). Egypt did not join the CW Convention (CWC) and the Biological Weapons Convention (BWC), and continues to maintain its chemical and biological capabilities. While frequently accentuating the essentiality of the Middle East being free of whatever WMD, Egyptian spokesmen often emphasized that the acquisition of CW and BW is necessary and completely justified, as opposed to Israel's nuclear and sub-nuclear WMD capabilities.1


So what's going on in Yemen?
Is this a bioweapon attack by the Saudis?
They had, or still have, the 'expert' Dr. Thomas Butler, working at Al Faisal University in Riyadh.




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Re: 129,000 + Cases of Cholera in Yemen. Is this Genocide?
« Reply #1 on: Jun 16, 2017, 01:17:45 pm »
 

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"So what's going on in Yemen?
Is this a bioweapon attack by the Saudis?"

Lady, good topic.
 

Re: 129,000 + Cases of Cholera in Yemen. Is this Genocide?
« Reply #2 on: Jun 16, 2017, 01:21:01 pm »
 

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06 October 2015 19:01
Shamkhani: Saudi Arabia Uses Biological Weapons against Yemeni People
http://en.alalam.ir/news/1746125


Shamkhani: S. Arabia Uses Biological Weapons against Yemeni People

 Secretary of Iran's Supreme National Security Council (SNSC) Ali Shamkhani in a meeting with a delegation of Yemen's high council of revolution in Tehran said that Saudi Arabia has committed “act of genocide” because of using biological weapons in Yemen.

"The Saudi government's use of weapons which contain toxic and pathogenic gases in air and missile strikes against residential areas is aimed at genocide and breaking the legitimate resistance of the brave Yemeni people," Shamkhani said in a meeting with a delegation of Yemen's high council of revolution in Tehran on Tuesday.

He also described massacre of innocent Yemeni women and children and the inhumane siege imposed on the nation by the Saudi-led coalition as a war crime, and said, "Negotiations among Yemeni groups and preventing foreign meddling in the country is the only way to create understanding and restore security and stability to Yemen."

The head of the Yemeni delegation, for his part, appreciated Iran's effective support for the Yemeni people, and underscored his country's firm resolve to fight against the foreign aggression.

In relevant remarks in June, a senior leader of Ansarullah revolutionary movement blasted Saudi Arabia for its continued use of internationally prohibited weapons, including chemical ordinance, against the Yemeni people.

"Saudi Arabia is still using chemical bombs against the Yemeni people," Hashem Adnan al-Basouri told FNA.

He underlined that Riyadh hits residential areas under the control of Ansarullah with chemical weapons.

"A report by the human rights watch showed that Saudi Arabia has used poisonous gas in four airstrikes on different parts of Sa'ada province," al-Basouri added.

Saudi Arabia has been striking Yemen for 195 days now to restore power to Hadi, a close ally of Riyadh. The Saudi-led aggression has so far killed at least 6,445 Yemenis, including hundreds of women and children.

Hadi stepped down in January and refused to reconsider the decision despite calls by Ansarullah revolutionaries of the Houthi movement.

Despite Riyadh’s claims that it is bombing the positions of the Ansarullah fighters, Saudi warplanes are flattening residential areas and civilian infrastructures; FNA reported.

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Re: 129,000 + Cases of Cholera in Yemen. Is this Genocide?
« Reply #3 on: Jun 16, 2017, 01:24:02 pm »
 

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Tue Oct 13, 2015 7:9
Army Spokesman: Saudi Forces Use Chemical, Biological Weapons in Yemen's Ma'rib


TEHRAN (FNA)- Yemeni Armed Forces Spokesman Brigadier General Sharaf Qaleb Luqman disclosed extensive use of chemical and biological weapons by Saudi-led forces in Yemen's Ma'rib province.

"The coalition of Arab countries led by Saudi Arabia has used chemical and biological weapons in Ma'rib," Arab media outlets quoted General Luqman as saying on Tuesday.

In early April, a senior Yemeni military official said that revolutionary fighters have confiscated a number of Saudi trucks carrying chemical substances for the terrorists running operations in the Muslim country.

Yemeni Major General Khalid al-Barayemi said that the revolutionary forces found the chemical weapons in several Saudi trucks bound for areas under Saudi-backed ISIL and Al-Qaeda terrorists' control.

He added that the substances seized can be used for producing Sarin gas which is a deadly weapon.

Al-Barayemi also said there is sufficient evidence that Turkish planes have recently delivered weapons into Yemen's soil under the cover of humanitarian aid, implying that the chemical weapons substances might have been transited from Turkey.

The Yemeni official further said that Yemen's fugitive president Mansour Hadi spoke on the phone with his Turkish counterpart Recep Tayyib Erdogan two months ago, during which he sought Ankara's military aid.

Despite Riyadh's claims that it is bombing the positions of the Ansarullah fighters, Saudi warplanes are flattening residential areas and civilian infrastructures.

Saudi Arabia is known to be the main backer and financier of terrorist groups in the region. A few months ago, US Vice-President Joe Biden blamed Riyadh for its direct role in support of various terrorist groups in the region, including the ISIL and the Nusra Front.

The monarchy has also been supplying ISIL and Nusra Front terrorists with chemical weapons and chemical ingredients for building such weapons.
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« Reply #4 on: Jun 16, 2017, 01:30:47 pm »
 

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Convicted Disease Doc Won't Be Charged in MIA Scare
Scientist found with suspicious item at airport did prison time for plague sample flap
By Willard Shepard and Brian Hamacher
http://www.nbcmiami.com/news/local/Convicted-Disease-Doc-Questioned-in-MIA-Scare-102151329.html
Sept. 3, 2010


Passengers head out of the terminal at Miami International Airport in Miami,
early Friday morning, Sept. 3, 2010. A spokesman for Miami International Airport says
four of its six concourses have been evacuated as a police bomb squad investigates a report
of a suspicious item. Several flights were diverted to other parts of the terminal.(AP Photo/Alan Diaz)


The suspicious item scare caused police to evacuate four of six airport terminals and the airport's hotel for nearly seven hours as a bomb squad removed the item for further testing.

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Back in 2010, the globalists at the Council of Foreign Relations (CFR), published this article in their Foreign Policy magazine...
Note the date: January 25, 2010
This was published as a warning... only 9 months before Dr. Butler showed up at Miami Intl Airport with the "suspicious item"...


Al Qaeda’s Pursuit of Weapons of Mass Destruction
http://foreignpolicy.com/2010/01/25/al-qaedas-pursuit-of-weapons-of-mass-destruction/

The authoritative timeline.
By Rolf Mowatt-Larssen
January 25, 2010

In 1998, al Qaeda leader Osama bin Laden declared that acquiring and using weapons of mass destruction (WMD) was his Islamic duty — an integral part of his jihad. Systemically, over the course of decades, he dispatched his top lieutenants to attempt to purchase or develop nuclear and biochemical WMD. He has never given up the goal; indeed, in a 2007 video, he repeated his promise to use massive weapons to upend the global status quo, destroy the capitalist hegemony, and help create an Islamic caliphate. (continued)
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Re: 129,000 + Cases of Cholera in Yemen. Is this Genocide?
« Reply #5 on: Jun 16, 2017, 01:36:29 pm »
 

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Country Profile: Saudi Arabia
http://www.idsa.in/cbwmagazine/SaudiArabia

The Kingdom of Saudi Arabia with its towering presence in the Gulf Region seems to stir up debates over alleged ownership of Chemical and Biological Weapons from time to time. Being signatory to several treaties and conventions, it becomes imperative for the country to clarify its position periodically.

Further Saudi Arabia, situated in a region
characterized by significant Chemical, Biological and Nuclear weapon proliferation,
possesses unlimited resources and infrastructure that encourages it
to pursue Nuclear and Chemical and Biological Weapon (CBW) capabilities.

A lack of publicly available evidence proves the contrary, yet conditions like threats emanating from Iran and Israel cannot be overlooked and do not deter it from acquiring them. Allegations of support to Pakistani and Iraqi weapons programs also indicate otherwise.1

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Footnote:
1. NTI: Research Library: Country Profiles: Saudi Arabia Nuclear Overview,
available on www.nti.org/e_research /profile/Saudi _Arabia/Nuclear/index.html, accessed 26/11/2010

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Re: 129,000 + Cases of Cholera in Yemen. Is this Genocide?
« Reply #6 on: Jun 16, 2017, 01:49:53 pm »
 

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With headlines like this, from Al Jazeera, it's amazing to me that 'none dare call it' BIOWEAPONS...
Who are they protecting? Amanpour reports for CNN about the horrors faced by children infected with cholera, but never mentions the Saudi bioweapons capability, and possible US complicity in these crimes against humanity.

The "UNPRECEDENTED" nature of this outbreak SCREAMS Bioweapons!!!
This is possibly the use of WMD'S against the Yemeni people...


WHO: Speed of Yemen cholera outbreak 'unprecedented'
http://www.aljazeera.com/news/2017/05/speed-yemen-cholera-outbreak-unprecedented-170519110837434.html
Yemen could have 3000,000 cholera cases within six months, as death toll rises to 242, World Health Organization says.

Nearly 23,500 suspected cases of cholera have been registered in war-ravaged Yemen in the past three weeks, the World Health Organization said, as the death toll of the outbreak climbed to at least 242.
"The speed of the resurgence of this cholera epidemic is unprecedented," Nevio Zagaria, WHO country representative for Yemen, told reporters in a conference call on Friday.
Zagaria warned that there could be as many as 300,000 cases in the country within six months.
"We need to expect something that could go up to 200,000-250,000 cases over the next six months, in addition to the 50,000 cases that have already occurred," he said.
"You can understand that with this number the price that we will pay in terms of lives will be extremely, extremely high." Zagaria added.
On Sunday, a state of emergency was declared in Yemen's opposition-held capital, Sanaa, after the outbreak killed scores of people over a two-week period.
The health ministry of the Houthi government announced the measure, saying that "the number of casualties surpassed the normal rates, exceeding the capacity of the health system, which has become unable to contain this unprecedented health and environmental disaster".

Humanitarian crisis

This is the second outbreak of cholera in less than a year in Yemen, the Arab world's poorest country in the grip of a war between government forces, which are backed by an Arab coalition, and Houthi fighters.
More than 10,000 people have been killed and millions displaced in more than two years of war, which has also destroyed much of the country's infrastructure.
Only a few medical facilities are still functioning and two-thirds of the population are without access to safe drinking water, the UN has said.

"What is happening today exceeds the capabilities of any healthy health system, so how can we [cope] when we are in these difficult and complicated conditions," Saba news agency quoted Mohammed Salem bin Hafeedh, Yemen's health minister, as saying.

The healthy ministry - after holding talks in Sanaa with Jamie McGoldrick, the UN humanitarian coordinator, and other international officials last week - called on humanitarian organisations and aid donors to help it avert an "unprecedented disaster". (continued)
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« Reply #7 on: Jun 16, 2017, 02:07:59 pm »
 

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Saudi Warplanes Strike Yemen Hospital amid Cholera Epidemic
http://www.telesurtv.net/english/news/Saudi-Warplanes-Strike-Yemen-Hospital-amid-Cholera-Epidemic-20170604-0010.html



The WHO announced Friday that nearly 73,700 people have been affected by Yemen's cholera epidemic.
Saudi warplanes struck a health facility in Northwest Yemen treating patients for cholera Saturday night, Yemen’s al-Masirah television network reported, killing and injuring a number of people.

The attack in Qahza, in the province of Sa’ada, also devastated the facility’s medical equipment and the building itself, forcing the center to halt operations.

The assault comes as the World Health Organization said Friday that Yemen’s cholera epidemic has resulted in 605 deaths thus far, 40 percent of whom were children, with the number of people likely infected totaling up to 73,700. (Continued)
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« Reply #8 on: Jun 16, 2017, 09:09:38 pm »
 

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So where are ALL the Rockefeller created channels (CFR, UN...) jumping up and down screaming WMDS?
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« Reply #9 on: Jun 17, 2017, 09:06:45 am »
 

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Yemen, Cholera, Israel and WMDs
http://www.veteranstoday.com/2017/05/17/yemen-cholera-israel-and-wmds/
By Gordon Duff, Senior Editor on May 17, 2017

Use of WMDs, bioweapons, cluster bombs, sarin gas would be impossible without network of CIA stooge governments,
cardboard lothario dictators and narco-republics that provide basis for worldwide criminal empire.




While we are covering Yemen today, we feel a need to put a stake in the heart (or perhaps a bayonet in the bum) of the CIA-Mossad puppet called Gaddafi, the darling of the Israeli-paid phonies of the ‘Alternative Media’; eventually we are going to cover Israel’s love affair for North Korea and even delve into their powerful friends among Iran’s Mullahs as well. We long ago busted Azerbaijan and Georgia as client states, Ukraine as a client state and most dreadful of all, Trump’s America as a client state.

The cholera epidemic in Yemen is now officially “suspicious.” 
There is a high likelihood that this is biological warfare

on behalf of, well, there is no way of getting around it.  The US is involved, we support Saudi Arabia, who has turned to Israel for prohibited weapons many times.  We have a war where the US is supporting al Qaeda and, from time to time, pretending to attack them.

This kind of behavior is typical, and always disappointing.  We have Saudi Arabia hiring druglord mercenaries and evidence of at least one tactical nuclear weapon being used.  The video below has been identified as a nuclear attack by Jeff Smith, physicist and IAEA inspector.

It’s is one thing making accusations, even offering ADS incident teams begin forensic analysis.  We, in reality, have a situation where the players involved have a long history of use of prohibited weapons, barbaric acts, use of terrorism and a mindset that lend to turning to cruelty against the innocent.

They know they can get away with it and they also know they have powerful friends in Washington and total control of the press.  This week they went after Syria again, imaginary executions and burned bodies by the thousands, a pipe dream as was Trump, and his ‘wag the dog’ missile attack, in itself a pitiful failure and proof Americas Tomahawk missiles need to be scrapped as useless.

(continued)



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Yemen, Cholera, Israel and WMDs
http://www.veteranstoday.com/2017/05/17/yemen-cholera-israel-and-wmds/
By Gordon Duff, Senior Editor on May 17, 2017

Use of WMDs, bioweapons, cluster bombs, sarin gas would be impossible without network of CIA stooge governments,
cardboard lothario dictators and narco-republics that provide basis for worldwide criminal empire.




While we are covering Yemen today, we feel a need to put a stake in the heart (or perhaps a bayonet in the bum) of the CIA-Mossad puppet called Gaddafi, the darling of the Israeli-paid phonies of the ‘Alternative Media’; eventually we are going to cover Israel’s love affair for North Korea and even delve into their powerful friends among Iran’s Mullahs as well. We long ago busted Azerbaijan and Georgia as client states, Ukraine as a client state and most dreadful of all, Trump’s America as a client state.

The cholera epidemic in Yemen is now officially “suspicious.” 
There is a high likelihood that this is biological warfare

on behalf of, well, there is no way of getting around it.  The US is involved, we support Saudi Arabia, who has turned to Israel for prohibited weapons many times.  We have a war where the US is supporting al Qaeda and, from time to time, pretending to attack them.

This kind of behavior is typical, and always disappointing.  We have Saudi Arabia hiring druglord mercenaries and evidence of at least one tactical nuclear weapon being used.  The video below has been identified as a nuclear attack by Jeff Smith, physicist and IAEA inspector.

It’s is one thing making accusations, even offering ADS incident teams begin forensic analysis.  We, in reality, have a situation where the players involved have a long history of use of prohibited weapons, barbaric acts, use of terrorism and a mindset that lend to turning to cruelty against the innocent.

They know they can get away with it and they also know they have powerful friends in Washington and total control of the press.  This week they went after Syria again, imaginary executions and burned bodies by the thousands, a pipe dream as was Trump, and his ‘wag the dog’ missile attack, in itself a pitiful failure and proof Americas Tomahawk missiles need to be scrapped as useless.

(continued)

... and I wonder if this is a beta test on the 'planned pandemics' Gates et al, have in store for USA / Europe.
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Re: 129,000 + Cases of Cholera in Yemen. Is this Genocide?
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... and I wonder if this is a beta test on the 'planned pandemics' Gates et al, have in store for USA / Europe.

I hear that. I had the same thought. They've been using Yemen as a test bed, and this is not the first time.
The mysterious Dr. Thomas C. Butler may have been a part of the Saudi buildup of bioweapons, that was his expertise, and he had a history (twice documented above) of transporting deadly biological samples - "losing" vials of plague.

Then he turns up working at Al Faisal University in Saudi Arabia. In the same city that recently hosted the meeting of Muslim leaders and Trump. And the orb thing.

So he may still be there, or not - it doesn't matter. Saudi HAS bioweapons. And they're using them in Yemen.

This is a war crime: a crime against humanity - and the US is supporting the Saudi war against Yemen.
The US, under the leadership of Donald Trump, is aiding and abetting biowarfare against Yemen.

And the mainstream media is not talking about this. And the alternative media is not talking about this.
They are all focused on the drama and chaos created by the Trump administration as a distraction from what they're doing behind the scenes.

We are in the Emerald City: the wizard of OZ is tweeting... but there's someone behind the curtain, who is the real power behind this country.
God help us.
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Re: 129,000 + Cases of Cholera in Yemen. Is this Genocide?
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This is a great thread.
To be specific, its unique.
I did not use the word unique lightly.

This is one of many unique threads, that too my utter horror is not going viral.

We need to have a plan, so that as a group we hit the web, copy paste links to articles or threads we wish to promote - and get the info out

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Re: 129,000 + Cases of Cholera in Yemen. Is this Genocide?
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Saudi Arabia donates $66.7million to stop cholera crisis in Yemen as it continues to bomb & blockade it
BY ANDREW CHEETHAM ON 25 JUNE 2017 GMT
https://www.davidicke.com/article/416981/saudi-arabia-donates-66-7million-stop-cholera-crisis-yemen-continues-bomb-blockade



‘WHO has expressed gratitude to Saudi Arabia for making a “noble” donation to fight a cholera outbreak in Yemen, even though the kingdom itself is contributing to the spread of the illness in the neighboring country by bombing and blockading it.

Saudi Arabian Defense Minister and Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman, who initiated and is now overseeing his country’s intervention in Yemen, has ordered the King Salman Center for Humanitarian Aid and Relief (KSRelief) to contribute $66.7 million to fight cholera in a country that the Gulf kingdom has been bombing since March of 2015.

Cholera, which causes severe dysentery and vomiting, can develop in areas with poor sanitation. It is contracted by coming into contact with contaminated water sources.

Yemen, which has been torn apart by a civil war, continues to bleed from the Saudi-led bombardment. The conflict, now raging into its third year, has decimated the infrastructure and health facilities of the country, which has been described by the UN as the poorest in the Arab region.’


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