Last night, James Corden made an announcement at the beginning of his Late Late Show broadcast on the subject of the cholera epidemic in Yemen:
Good morning, all!
Although most Americans are ignorant of the war crime that is the Saudi-led invasion of Yemen, most everyone here is aware of the awful details.
The unprovoked war has already killed more than 10,000 and displaced millions, caused a massive famine and a cholera epidemic with around 500,000 cases.
In spite of everything, in spite of illegality, in spite of dirty hands, our government appears to support Saudi atrocity in Yemen for no discernible reason, other than possibly giving the Saudis a reason to buy our weapons and a place on which to dump them. How can we force our government to stop this?
We need to sprint away from Yemen. Don't walk, saunter, stroll, jog, or trot.
We should be running at top speed to get out of there like our pants and hair are on fire.
Last week Trump's White House Press Secretary Sean Spicer accused Iran of attacking a U.S. naval vessel. There were just two problem's with that statement: 1) no U.S. naval vessel was attacked, and 2) no Iranian vessel did any attacking.
Obama Killed a 16-Year-Old American in Yemen. Trump Just Killed His 8-Year-Old Sister. Glenn Greenwald, 01/30/2017
Remember Blackwater? Things haven't gone well for them since they were committing war crimes in Iraq.
Blackwater became Xe Services in 2009, and then Academi in 2011, obviously trying to leave their tarnished name behind.
The United States has found itself in bed with a lot of revolting characters in the past 14 years of Global War Against Evil.
Whether it is our Warlord/Drug Lord allies in Afghanistan, our Shia jihadist allies in Iraq, or our Sunni jihadist allies in Syria.
The Evening Blues - Labor Day 2015
Hey! Good Evening!
This evening's music features songs in the theme of working, workers and labor. Enjoy!
Maddy Prior - Honest Work
Remember al-Qaeda? With all the hype about ISIS it's easy to forget that it was al-Qaeda that attacked us, while Daesh never did.
If you've forgotten that, you wouldn't be alone. It seems that Washington has forgotten it as well, because over the last six months we've been at war with the enemies of al-Qaeda.