Situation so far:
Yemen President out, Shia Houthi rebels in, and Saudi arabia + 9 going in.
On the coalition of ten nations actually intervening in Yemen:
Confirmed so far Saudi, Jordan, Egypt, UAE, Qatar, Kuwait, Bahrain,have publicly declared
Pakistan is considering intervening;
Not sure about the other two. The U.S has given it's blessing and support for the operation.
Chinese are urging everyone to follow the U.N's directions (deep concern)
>the U.S has lost millions in equipment in Yemen
>The U.S station in Yemen was unable to destroy it's intelligence, so the Houthi rebels have been reading up
Saudi navy impose naval blockade on Bab El-Mandab strait
And finally in:
BREAKING: Unconfirmed reports that #Egyptian navy has fired warning shots at #Iranian warships near Bab el-Mandab Strait - @L0gg0l
Can we rename this general into "America liberates another country general"?
Pic related is all of the weapons and supplies that the U.S. government provide for the Yemeni rebel forces, who - surprise, surprise, turned out to be Al Quaida.
Yemen was always shitty though.
I went as a kid in 1990, South was much better than North but still pretty bad security, but at least you could travel in the countryside without being held up and robbed which has always been a problem for the north with various rebels.
Anyway, no surprise, shame because i really want to go back to Aden and Sana'a again, they are pretty cool from a history view.
Top fucking kek
This is just going to be hilariously bad.
Some images emerging from last nights bombing.
Apparently, Saudi jets deliberately targeted Shia mosques and the Presidential palace, although this has yet to be confirmed
Maybe in some middle eastern county where they take anyone with a death wish, but over in the west our countries dropped the draft for a good reason:
Conscripts are shit at fighting and don't benefit militaries who prefer disciplined, trained up grunts who arn't easily spooked wetbacks.
Yemen and the Saudis can clear this one up.
Kind of but not really
Since WW2 all wars and conflicts have been proxy wars between US and Russia. It hasn't stopped, and they are going to start happening more often, thus the "New Cold War" slogan the the media's been pushing for a year now.
This shit is the beginning of ww3, who side you on sunni or shia?
Iran supports terrorist cells seeking to over-throw other more stable Islamic countries and impose sharia law on everyone
Saudi Arabia opposes them and is fighting against it
Obama is on the side of Iran even if the US itself is on the side of our ally Saudi Arabia
Finland's still got the draft. A volunteer army really isn't a viable option with Russia as a neighbour.
Not enough men and too small a budget.
sunni muslim detected
Ex president Saleh allied himself with the Houthi rebels to oust his successor Abdel Mansour Hadi
Maybe I haven't lurk enough but it's the first time I see a Saudi Flag and it's always in this Yemen thread to shitpost.
If trips you aren't allowed to post in these threads ever
Too bad for you.
I'd rather go to jail than die on the front line for Putin's enjoyment.
In fact why not just have the draft for inmates. They're hardened killers itching to kill themselves someone. If anyone has to be cannon fodder make it them. Tell them they'll be heroes if they come back and march them to their deaths.
You get your soldiers, you solve the problem of prison overpopulation whereever it might be. Less dregs on society being propped up by the tax payer.
It's a win win for all law abiding citizens who don;t want to be a proxy for armchair generals.
>"LE PUTIN BOND VILLAIN MAYMAY XD"
Get the fuck out of here you retard. How can you be this uneducated about world politics and post here?
>Mudslimes killing each other about whose interpretation of their fantasy book is real
Russia is the only military threat Finland even has and for all this country's history has been an enemy.
>Too bad for you.
>I'd rather go to jail than fight for the sovereignty of my nation
So you're a pathetic cuck. Good to know.
>In fact why not just have the draft for inmates. They're hardened killers itching to kill themselves someone. If anyone has to be cannon fodder make it them. Tell them they'll be heroes if they come back and march them to their deaths.
You get your soldiers, you solve the problem of prison overpopulation whereever it might be. Less dregs on society being propped up by the tax payer.
It's a win win for all law abiding citizens who don;t want to be a proxy for armchair generals.
And from what Finnish prison would you get 300000 soldiers from?
>implying putin isn't a problem despite planning to illegally annex countries around Russia in advance, and threatening to nuke ships of countries joining an missile shield program
Get real son and stop apologizing for him
>Russia is the only military threat Finland even has and for all this country's history has been an enemy.
How is Russia your enemy right now? What are they doing against you? What moves are they making that make you feel like you're threatened? Putin is actively telling Duma politicians to shut up about "moving military regiments into Ukraine" and to stop talking about war, because he's not having any of it.
Baltics and Fins are throwing a huge bitch fit about how Russia is invading them. Get real.
Who did he "illegally annex"? You're like the most blue pilled person I've ever fucking seen.
>and threatening to nuke ships of countries joining an missile shield program
He never did this.
Putin is one of the most rational and stoic presidents in the world right now, I'm not defending him and I'm not saying he hasn't done bad things, but in all honesty, NATO is the biggest threat to world peace at the moment.
Notice how America is doing some sort of "troop walk" through eastern europe and Russia literally does not give a shit, to such an extent that even the Russian minister of the defense said
>We don't care
Please read up on some Russian politics and general global politics before you even try to argue with me about this, you're a brainwashed retard if you actually believe putin is a "problem"
Four #Egypt naval vessels heading to #Yemen to secure Gulf of #Aden: #Suez Canal sources — Reuters
#Saudi #GCC #Hadi
Getting reports that a naval confrontation between Iran and Egypt might be in progress
I'll try to find more
>Getting reports that a naval confrontation between Iran and Egypt might be in progress
Why can't these faggots get their shit together?
That's always been the case though, why haven't you been throwing a bitch fit about it for decades and why did you start arming yourself now and acting aggressive towards Russia NOW? Countries like Finland are so fucking annoying with their Russaphobic nonesense.
Not really though, since it's "Happening right now" shit, it releases more disinformation than valid info.
>That's always been the case though, why haven't you been throwing a bitch fit about it for decades and why did you start arming yourself now and acting aggressive towards Russia NOW?
>acting aggressive towards Russia
Your country wasn't so retarded 10 years ago. I never heard
>WE'RE BEING INVADED
>OUR INTERGITY IS BEING COMPROMISE
>WE NEED TO DEFEND OUR FUTURE INDEPENDENCE
Until a year ago or so. Are you that blind that you don't understand this is a diversion tacting by your government, to take away attention from your shit economy, corrupt and incompetent government and real national issues?
Anon, you have absolutely no fucking idea of what you're talking about. Stop posting and embarassing yourself any further.
I'm posting exactly what's happening, the only people embarassing themselves on here are fins with their constant bullshit talk about how they're going to get invaded by Russia.
More nations join the Saudi intervention
Sudan and Morocco have entered the frey.
Looks like we have all 10 intervening nations now, Saudi, Jordan, Egypt, UAE, Qatar, Kuwait, Bahrain, Sudan, Morocco and Pakistan, although Pakistan hasn't committed yet.
Is this the new anti-Iran block? Will Shia's now be BTFO of the middle east?
There has to be some incentive here. Why would the African nations and others be so damn quick to jump on to this if they know it will not only put them at odds with Iran but put them into multiple conflicts.
Yeah, no. No he doesn't. You should be ashamed of yourself.
Iranian Foreign Minister Mohammad Javad Zarif demanded an immediate halt to the military operation, as Iranian state media called the airstrikes a "US-backed aggression".
"Military action from outside of Yemen against its territorial integrity and its people will have no other result than more bloodshed and more deaths," he told the Iranian-owned Al-Alam television channel.
"We have always warned countries from the region and the West to be careful and not enter shortsighted games and not go in the same direction as al-Qaeda and Daesh," he said, referring to the Islamic State of Iraq and the Levant (ISIL).
WE MUSLIM CIVIL WAR NOW
Fighting over Aden continues
Kuwait intensifies security on oil installations, fearing strikes.
UK and USA and turkey support the anti houthi coalition
Props to Oman for refusing to join this mascarade
Don't the Houthis literally control the vast majority of the country?
They're really losing control of the middle eastern narrative. Iraq, Libya, Syria, now this. The charade is collapsing before our eyes.
One side prays this way while the other prays that way...
Saudi Arabia is mainly Sunni Muslim with most of the Royal family being Sunni.
Saudi Arabia endorses Wahhabism.
Iran is mainly Shiite Muslim based on the history of Sunni and Shiite's back in the day.
Al-qaeda -> Taliban -> ISIS = Wahhabism / Sunni Extremism
Hezbollah -> Houthi -> Shiite in Iraq & Syria = Shiite Extremism
Essentially all these terrorists listen to some sort of mullah or cleric who works at a mosque or tv station. This primitive way of controlling massive amounts of sheep is the oldest trick in Abrahamic religions.
Sunni are vast majority (90%~) worldwide while Shia make up the rest (Iran has the largest Shia population). The divide is primarily on the succession of Muhammad (Sunni believe Abu Bakr while Shia believe Ali)
Difference has to do with how religiously important they view Mohammed's family. Shias revere them, Sunnis don't. Also, Sunni Islam is better suited for the rich Arabs whereas Shia is kind of commie leaning.
MSM is a spherical bubble that is contained.
Why would the jew ever want to put something in your head that will only make you question why it happened?
Quick introduction, quick action, quick results. That is main stream entertainment.
Bringing up Yemen and Saudi Arabia air-striking will make people question why the fk they're arent focusing this much on ISIS and where Houtis came from. Which will make more people question things that would rather be kept quiet.
Yeah, but this is even unusual for the MSM. This is a major world event that has huge implications and there's almost no coverage on it except for al-jazeera. Even plebbit, which usually has decent coverage of happening has nothing.
I wonder if this is getting out of hand and the narrative has been lost.
It's starting to show up with the regular 'ol Westernized stance against the Shiite-Iranian attitude.
its up on cnn and reuters within the last 30mins
>"news is always biased" - anon
US Secretary of State John Kerry held a conference call with Gulf ministers to discuss the Yemen crisis, a senior US official said.
The top US diplomat "commended the work of the coalition taking military action against the Houthis" and noted Washington's support "including intelligence sharing, targeting assistance, and advisory and logistical support for strikes against Houthi targets," the State Department official said.
"The ministers all expressed their support for political negotiations as the best way to resolve the crisis, but also noted that it is the Houthis who have instead waged a military campaign," the US official said.
Technically the word as already been given. However the public will probably not get the clear picture until some time has passed.
I assume its probably because when Americans read the news and see their country taking action, they feel some type of entitlement of themselves also being involved.
Whereas if its just another news story of a bunch of mudslimes blowing each other up then I guess it seems like one of those stories we've been hearing for the last 15 years
Oman's sultan is Ibadi imam you see, so he has some issues with what ISIL has done in Iraq and Syria. And after AQAP gave bayat to ISIL, he became vehemently opposed to Saudi practices on ME, despite retaining neutral relations with SA itself.
He issued few fatwas explaining his flock about wahhabi essense of ISIL and that they're nothing more than an artificial American-Saudi project.
Sent a squad to beat the shit out of some AQAP camp for 'tresspassing the border', although it's virtually impossible to find the border signs in the desert.
Ofc he didn't join the coalition, he doesn't want more wahhabi scum on his borders and would prefer houthis to them any day.
Okay, what the fuck. Remember you elected this man TWICE America
>The Obama White House insists Yemen is a successful model for its counterterrorism strategy, even as international military operations escalated there overnight and President Abed Rabbo Mansour Hadi was forced into hiding.
>Obama Press Secretary Josh Earnest insisted that the United States continues to "enjoy the benefits of a sustained counterterrorism security relationship with the security infrastructure that remains in Yemen." President Obama has argued in the past that Yemen is a model for his small-footprint strategy.
>"That is a template that has succeeded in mitigating the threat that we face from extremists in places like Yemen and Somalia," Earnest said Wednesday. "And it's the template that we believe can succeed in mitigating the threat emanating from Syria as well."
1) Its beside Saudi Arabia
2) Crucial oil route
3) Brink of Civil war for a country that is beside a crucial oil route which will make Saudi Arabia's customers pretty mad if their supply drops by tomorrow.
And just as ISIS were rapidly losing power and slowly becoming less relevant a new war breaks out in Yemen to further weaken the infrastructure of the middle east, this is going to work heavily in the favour of ISIS. The majority of the countries striking that were striking them will now have their resources occupied elsewhere giving IS not only the chance to recouperate but also consider intensifying aggression. This is probably the biggest happening for a long, long time and the reprecussions of this will be far from your average middle eastern war. Interesting times ahead lads.
The Balts have reason to be afraid. They have sizeable Russian populations and Russians have shown they are willing to use them as Casus Belli for armed support and fifth column funding.
iran or these houthis might try to take some sort of drastic action in the straits of hormuz or bab al-mandab either scuttling their own boats or trying to sink another
as soon as one oil tanker is damaged / endangered i've heard people saying insurance companies will basically force all other tankers in the region to avoid the area until it's proven safe
apparently egyptian navy was already involved in an incident of firing warning shots at iranian military vessels (likely near hormuz)
v. happy i filled up my tank two days ago
>supporting people who chanted anti-American and anti-Israel slogans because Saddam was a cunt who got what he had coming
I'd rather side with the Saudis but I would also like if America were a lot harsher with those it claims are allies. Allies of the U.S should be demanded to hold their governments to the same standards the U.S does. And yes that does include places like France who bomb Greenpeace ships and deny it and still use the Napoleonic legal system of 'guilty until proven innocent'
Good goyim confirmed ;)
>''b-but d-d-don't pick s-sides m8 w-w-we're above t-that!''
Yeah fuck off. The global resistence against international jewry won't be won standing on the sidelines watching and ''not picking sides''.
>I'd rather side with the Saudis
Fuck off jew.
>Opposes international jewry that is exterminating the white race and western civilization
>OY VEY FILTHY MUDSLIME
It couldn't be more obvious unless you posted a picture of your crooked nose.
>It's not an american saudi project, either is wahhabi.
It is. They were initially propped up in Syria. It just happened that they become a bit uncontrollable at the end, just like Taliban.
But take a notice ho ISIL ha not attacked neither Saudi nor Israels interests. So there is probably still some coordination happening.
OK /pol/ who are you rooting for?
Whereas in Syria I'm rooting for the few moderate rebels that still exist and in Ukraine I'm rooting for porkins, I don' care about Yemen (as long as Saleh is not reinstated)
Let me guess, you guys are rooting for Iran
#Iraq's foreign minister opposes #OpDecisiveStorm on Houthis, saying military intervention was not a solution - @AlArabiya_Eng
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Nope. I'm a baltic immigrant, the only reason I'm defending Putin is because he's right in the situation he's in right now
Confirmed for immigrant.
Are you fucking retarded?
>shitstorm in ukraine is because of them wanting to join eu
Yes, and? Russia didn't do ANYTHING at all, literally not a single thing, the maidan happened, then the revolution and Russia literally did not do a single fucking thing.
This is Correct.
The only argument that could be made about the Crimean Referendum is that it violated the Ukrainian Constitution.
But it's also worth mentioning that the Government in Kiev had violated the Constitution prior to the referendum.
Jesus fuck, whatever happened to westphalian sovereignty? Leave Yemen to the Yemeni. It's a fucking civil war between two sects of Islam. It's nobody's fucking business but them Yemeni themselves.
In any way you can't say that Russia didn't do ANYTHING, they accepted Crimea as a their federal subject.
I won't argue that the population expressed their wish, it's just that the referendum was kinda done at gunpoint with little preparation - had it been organised like in Scotland with debates and stuff it wouldn't be seen as plain annexation like now,
This meme that the referendum happened at ''gunpoint'' needs to stop. The international observers indeed say there was military presence, but to claim that Russian soldiers were going up to every single person intending to vote and threatening them with a gun saying: ''If you don't vote to rejoin RF I will shoot you'', is such an idiot thing to spout that only complete morons could believe it.
>Al quaeda supports Syrian rebels and hates Saudis
>done at gunpoint
This is false information, as the referendum was overseen by many neutral agencies such as European Agencies and Canadian Agencies.
It's also worth noting the Majority in Crimea have expressed support to joining Russia since 2008.(Polls taken by Razumkov Centre)
I love how Sweden hates us now. 'Tis a good thing to be hated by cucks. Means that you'er walking the right path.
Now go away and cry over how other countries don't care about your precious human rights.
how is al qaeda supporting Syrian rebels? their only similarity is that they hate Assad but they are still at war with each other, unless you mean the Syrian rebels that are joining Al qaeda
>al 7ukuma alYahud
>alYahud alnasr alislaam
Fuckin houthis man
>''your social democratic politicians said this and that about us''
>''thus all swedes in /pol/ for some reason share their opinions''
fuck off please.
my opinion on the matter is that you're free to do whatever you want, it's your homeland, your house, your rules. my country does not have the right to tell you what you're allowed to do and what's okay and not okay to do. just as i expect the same from all other countries in the world when it comes to sweden.
your countrys leadership is not actually considering this negotiation, right? it would be the most stupid thing ever by the iranian leadership to accept not developing nuclear weapons just to get better diplomatic relationship with the devil and to lessen some of the economic sanctions.
Hezbollah only attacked targets inside Lebanon against their enemies, that is considered a war or a conflict.
Terrorism is when you are killing random civilians in countries you have no direct conflict with with the sole purpose to spread fear
The Iranians are supporting Yemen's Shia population to try and establish hegemonic control over the Middle East.
The Saudi's don't want this and neither does the rest of the Sunni Arab world.
Despite it being in the US's strategic interests to stand with the Arab coalition again the Iranian supported government, the US is mostly sitting back and watching the world burn.
>''to try and establish hegemonic control over the Middle East.''
That's what your jewish controlled government is trying to do, CIA-shill.
>The Saudi's don't want this and neither does the rest of the Sunni Arab world.
You mean neither does the rest of the puppets your jewish controlled government has established in the middle east?
>the US is mostly sitting back and watching the world burn.
World burning is usually done by the jewish controlled government in the US, not by people who oppose it.
Well Saudi-Arabia and the Western-backed Gulf coalition just fucked Yemen up badly, so...
I think the SA brigade is winning. We're waiting for Iran to pull an ace out of its sleeve because its probably been planning for this, and always conducts better strategically, despite their lack of over-the-top funding like the Royal Families have.
Making two post just to say shill son I am disappointed in your retardation.
>Well Saudi-Arabia and the Western-backed Gulf coalition just fucked Yemen up badly
How so? My understanding of the conflict is that Iran-backed Shia rebels are tearing the jewish puppet government a new one, isn't this true?
Stay ass devastated Swedcuck, that doesn't change the fact that allowing Iran to assert dominance over both Southern Iraq and Yemen runs contrary to our national interests.
please go back to pleasuring your Somali lover
>Terrorism is when you are killing random civilians in countries you have no direct conflict with with the sole purpose to spread fear
That's the most retarded definition of terrorism I ever read
>Trans World Airlines Flight 847 was a flight from Cairo to San Diego with en route stops in Athens, Rome, Boston, and Los Angeles. On the morning of Friday, June 14, 1985 Flight 847 was hijacked by members of Hezbollah and Islamic Jihad shortly after take off from Athens.
>Hezbollah only attacked targets inside Lebanon against their enemies
Whatever you say...
JIDF in full damage control mode.
How does it feel like watching your jewish puppet government getting their shit kicked in? How does it feel like knowing you failed miserably at wrestling russia's naval military base away from them in Crimea? How does it feel like knowing political parties that are not US puppets are the parties rising the fastest in Europe? How does it feel like knowing the jews fucked up bad and whites will become a minority in the US by 2040, ensuring a collapse and balkanization of your jewish colony?
Cry some more, Chayim and Shlomo.
Get absolutely buttblasted, kikes and their enablers.
Pointing out how fucking retarded your obsession with the Jew is. Same swede that said Jew a billion fucking times in Ukraine threads doing it again....... What the fuck is wrong with you?
Hezbollah then is different from hezbollah now
Back then they were just an organization that fights Israel and the west
Now they have seats in the parliament to preserve, they can't do shit like this, else they'll lose the support they worked so hard to get
>''i-it's not the jews.''
Try harder Chayim, /pol/ stopped falling for this shit when you fucked up and went all out with your shilling efforts instead of slowly creeping in over time.
It wasn't done at gunpoint, m8. It's not like people went to the tolling booths with a gun pointed at their head. Hell, the turnout wasn't even that high.
Crimea asked many times for a referendum, Kiev denied them time and time again. The last time they asked, Kiev just started trolling them by saying the only way they're seceding is if all of Ukraine votes to let it happen. It's not a surprise that Crimeans took the first chance they got to GTFO.
>''waah hezbollah killed people who only wanted to overthrow the lebaneese peoples government and replace it with a jewish oligarchy WAAAAH''
cry harder Chayim, but save some for when your people becomes nomads for another thouands of years.
Puppet democracy, yes. Jewish-backed, probably. We know that the previous democracy fucked the Houthis and the population over due to Saudi Arabia's domineering actions, and SA's influencing of the puppet democracy. I guess we can consider a Jewish puppet democracy, as SA is no more than Israel's and the US's bitch, and a puppet of SA is a puppet of the US.
However, the Shiite Houthis did take over the majority of the country, but SA did destroy residential buildings and shit. Basically it's Israel vs West Strip, considering the amount of force SA is using. Iran could still pull an ace out, but I don't think we could predict what it is.
I'm rambling. Houthis rebel, SA says "fuck you niggers," goes ape shit, mobilizes all the gulf countries against Yemen, and now we wait for a Yemen/Iran/ counter-attack.
I think it's just ignorance. No Jewish manipulation needed.
Both sides are Mudslimes and both sides are using American made weapons this Yemen war has great potential.
Same reason why turnout for elections in the west are low maybe? Oh no right you're going to conveniently ignore those low turnouts, right? It's fine when it happens in the west but when it happens in Crimea IT'S BECAUSE LE PUTLER IS AN INVADING DICTATOR HURRRR!!
>mfw americans think anyone who isn't their puppet is as dirty as them
you know, the rest of the world actually consists of honourable people who don't want to fuck the people they preside over.
That seems to work for America and slavery, colonialism, Germany and its theology, etc.
And really, "terrorist" is an objective label and serves no point in the political spectrum. They fought against Israel. Whether or not they're terrorists is only useful when garnering political support. That's why media outlets throw that word around so often.
>their support is from Iran, numb-nuts
>they don't care about Lebanese politics
If that where the case then they wouldn't need to even interact with people of lebanon and promote themselves among the shia
If they are still a primarily militant organization that takes orders from Iran and just happens to have some seats in the Lebanese parliament then nothing has changed at all.
>hat seems to work for America and slavery, colonialism, Germany and its theology, etc.
I don't know if you noticed but we fought a WAR to divorce ourselves from the institution of slavery. That's kind of different than a Shi'ite terrorist organization declaring that it's gone straight after winning a few parliament seats while still being a massive armed force.
>They fought against Israel.
They also fought us, cuck.
Yes, and the American colonists who wanted to repel the influence of the mother country were absolute heroes that gained support from France because the Americans were cute and endearing.
meanwhile in Iraq:
Vivian Salama @vmsalama 7m7 minutes ago
Muqtada al-Sadr's Peace Brigades says its boycotting military operations in #Iraq "as long as there is a shameless American intervention"
Let me get this straight. A country can go to war over an issue, and that makes it official. When a faction declares war upon an imperialistic and colonialistic force, it's not.
Am I understanding you correctly? What do you consider the American Revolution? A terrorist uprising? Oh my god.
But it does.
Sure, they're still fighting israel and use guerrilla tactics but other than that everything has changed
They're now invested in the Lebanese society, they're now not allowed to make any mistakes as it will cost them their seats
Their cause to fight israel is to take back what belongs to Lebanon and and help the palis fight their oppressors.
They're fighting the real terrorists in Syria, not just because of political interests and them being Iran's puppet but also to protect their shia and christian comrades
The only reason they're considered terrorists by the west is because they're openly against israel and anything it does in the region.
Not even the sunni consider them terrorists (inside lebanon), they consider them opposers of their own political group
Unfortunately he's not just some incompetent armature, he's getting exactly what he wanted. His interests are in seeing the US weakened and made a laughingstock because he hates the USA and Western Civilization. He's a typical Alinskyite
they are an Iranian proxy army. As long as they hold territory and some degree of Shia support they aren't going anywhere. That's why they expanded into Syria, drawing Lebanon into the war there, causing all these recent bombings in your country in response. They don't care about Lebanon. They got your country leveled in 2006.
So what is the difference between Syrian rebels and Yemeni rebels?
Both struggle against an oppressive regime. Both are full of terrorists. But the Syrian rebels get 100% support from the Americans while the Yemenis must be 100% wiped out.
So Yemen is about to be occupied by other muslims.
Will this deepen the animosity between the various competing the groups in the middle east?
I mean, sectarian tensions, nationalist tensions, terrorist tensions.
This will inflame them all.
>he hates the USA and Western Civilization. He's a typical Alinskyite
Nice try Jew.
He hates western civilization and the US, which is why it's in his interest to make the jewish colony [the US] as strong as possible, to extend the americanization (jewification) process over white countries, and conduct genocide on the white race through brainwashing into making people think interracial breeding is okay and then by importing millions of africans and arabs to europe through the conflicts the jewish colony the US creates.
But it seems he fucked up bad.
Whichever place isn't a US puppet (and ravaged by war started by the US), is in peace, no tension.
It depends on of the Houthis and Iran can succeed, and if hostilities will cease when they take control over the country.
>now we wait for a Yemen/Iran/ counter-attack
It looks more and more like Iran is leaving the Houthis to twist in the wind. Maybe part of a larger deal with the negotiations, I don't know. But it looks like they're going to sit on the sidelines for this one.
I had no idea dumping tea into the ocean and killing the British before the declaration of official war.
Face it fucker. You're mad because your only backing to support Iran's proxy group is "th-they're terrorists!" despite their intent and direction is warranted. Also, shit nigga, Israel's been assassinating Iranian scientists for months now. What are they? Defenders?
Every time these kike fuckers bring up Israel, they defend it by saying they earned their land through war, and now that a faction is using militiaristic means to combat them, they're terrorists? Gahdamn muthufucka
>They got your country leveled in 2006.
They got the shia zones leveled in 2006.
And it wasn't even their fault Israel was planning to war them, they just decided to get the first strike in an attempt get Israel to back off.
>That's why they expanded into Syria, drawing Lebanon into the war there, causing all these recent bombings in your country in response
Actually, hadn't Hezbollah aided assad and protected his regime in Syria, Lebanon would have flooded by terrorists and the shia would have all been genocided way long ago, what they did, did in fact result in several terrorist bombings, but at the very least they prevented the terrorists from doing any further damage.
Them entering the Syrian war had also had several good effects on the country.
Yemen's government works closely with The US and lets us blow up their villages with drones and Syrian's government is our adversary.
>implying this would have happened with or without releasing detainees
>implying we would waste money men and resources stopping that clusterfuck from falling apart
>implying we can't now drone strike without permission
>OH GOD IT'S A WIPEOUT
Nothing actually happening over reacting much?