The War in Yemen

Lord Hylton

IHere is the text of a Question for Written Answer I have put to HMG:

“Whether they will make further deliveries of arms and military equipment to Saudi Arabia conditional on that Government making determined efforts to achieve peace in Yemen”.

 

5 comments for “The War in Yemen

  1. 28/03/2018 at 3:58 pm

    Corrected edition herewith re-submitted, please:

    Got to be ‘gloves-off’ openly-direct at certain crucial-times –

    The questioning needs to non-negotiably specify that
    [for instance]
    “achieving peace”
    does not mean
    “by excluding or eliminating the minority”,
    “cutting the other-side’s needs, costs and expenses”
    “quick-quelling of needs and thereunder of any sort of ‘rebellion’”” …
    ——————-
    please all-concerned, affected, or responsible,
    take a good read of
    “Sitting In The “Fire””
    by Arnold Mindell and the WorldWork-Conflict-Resolution-&- Process-Orienting ‘No-Lose’ Team
    that he
    and his personal-partner facilitating “metaskills” [Amy]
    are parts of … ..

    and kindly allow it to be advised to you to realise beforehand
    that such Teams say they have had to
    “give up”
    on small-groups and Neighbourhoods – practically world-wide –
    including those attempting to use the Method III
    and other ‘No-Lose’ Cooperative Needs & Hows Recognition and Problem Solving methodologies

    – had to turn-away simply because (they report)
    such Neighbourhoods and Small-Groups are
    failing to produce both better Needs-&-Hows Recognition
    and
    ‘No-Lose’ [Method III] Cooperative Problem Solving
    ways forward and “new learnable road-maps”…

  2. 18/04/2018 at 7:57 pm

    Better than ‘enlightening’, maude;
    I snapshot that whole programme as being of
    “vital hidden facts and factors, of a highly-strategic nature, revealing and detailing”

    – better too than the best of the freeview news-channels
    in revealing concealed facts, factors, and enthymemes
    (such as does RT News’ s quite numerous “deeper-insight” programmes
    ‘Watching The Hawks’,
    ‘The Keiser report’,
    ‘Crosstalk’,
    ‘Sputnik’,
    ‘Worlds Apart with Oksana Boyko’,
    ‘Going Underground’

    – all of which at least equal the penetrating and reasonably-‘cool’
    and unbiased scrutiny of
    our-very-own BBC’s
    ‘HARDtalk’
    interviewing team programme.
    ————-
    (Individually thank you too).

  3. maude elwes
    22/04/2018 at 2:56 pm

    The issue of the Saudi Arabian war on the Yemen was addressed by the EU some many decades ago, it was called the ‘Barcelona Declaration.’ It is a special treaty that welcomes all Muslims fighters, real or pretend, into the EU whether they are intending well for our continent or not. This is why the Germans are today welcoming terrorists from the Middle East from various African war zones as that was the EU agreement, signed by its politicians, compelling our countries to accept all from these area regardless of the horror they have levelled on the people there. Again, they must be allowed entry to the EU regardless of who they are, what they have done, or, indeed, what they intend to do once here.

    Somehow the message didn’t get through to the tax paying public of Europe at the time it was signed, or, since. How much is known by Joe public on this issue? They being the hard workers whose money is used to encourage this. And all without our democratic consent. I wonder why it was not perpetually spread around like wildfire, the way the PR brigade are ramming other utter nonsense down our throats on a daily basis.

    The Barcelona Agreement, find out about it and what it agrees to. It is important that you are aware of what our politicians are doing in our name and with our money. Ultimately the responsibility lies with us. As, we are funding all of it one way or another.

    https://ec.europa.eu/research/iscp/pdf/policy/barcelona_declaration.pdf

    And

    https://eur-lex.europa.eu/legal-content/EN/TXT/?uri=LEGISSUM%3Ar15001

    Now I wonder why the EU and the West generally are so complacent about this Saudi connection and weapon buying in order to wage war on that part of Africa. Could it be because they haven’t used chemical weapons, therefore, making these killings lawful? Odd that, seeing as the deaths are equally as nasty.

    https://www.theatlantic.com/international/archive/2017/11/saudi-arabia-iran-yemen-houthi-salman/545336/

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