Um espelho que reflecte a vida, que passa por nós num segundo (espelho)

18
Abr 19

[Pretensamente achando estar a ser posta em causa a sua autoridade como Presidente e Comando Supremo das Forças Armadas (falamos de Donald Trump), vetando a decisão do Congresso (de maioria Democrata) tendo como objetivo terminar o apoio militar dos EUA ao genocídio levado a cabo contra o estado Iémen pelo reino da Arábia Saudita. Mas para já (parecendo não estar muito incomodados com o mais que esperado veto presidencial) sem grande resposta da parte dos Democratas.]

 

Trump Vetoes Congressional Resolution to End Yemen War

(Jason Ditz/antiwar.com)

 

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Com as crianças a serem recrutadas para a guerra

(imagem: The New Arab/alaraby.co.uk)

 

“This resolution is an unnecessary, dangerous attempt to weaken my constitutional authorities, endangering the lives of American citizens and brave service members, both today and in the future.” (Donald Trump/antiwar.com)

 

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Sendo mortas ou violadas sexualmente

(imagem: Getty/alaraby.co.uk)

 

“Houthis, supported by Iran, have used missiles, armed drones and explosive boats to attack civilian and military targets in those coalition countries, including areas frequented by American citizens, such as the airport in Riyadh, Saudi Arabia. In addition, the conflict in Yemen represents a ‘cheap’ and inexpensive way for Iran to cause trouble for the United States and for our ally, Saudi Arabia.” (Donald Trump/apnews.com)

 

Thousands of Children Killed or Sexually Assaulted in Yemen

(alaraby.co.uk)

 

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Com funerais em massa de crianças como o ocorrido em Sanaa

(imagem: AFP/Getty/alaraby.co.uk)

 

“UN has sounded the alarm on Monday night about children in Yemen, reporting that thousands have been killed in the Saudi-and-UAE-led war in neighbouring Yemen. The UN Special Representative for Children and Armed Conflict Virginia Gamba said that more than 7,500 children have been killed in the war.” (alaraby.co.uk)

 

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Com o Qatar a alcançar um acordo de cessar-fogo

(imagem: Getty/alaraby.co.uk)

 

"The figures for verified grave violations against children in Yemen during that period are staggering: more than 3,000 children were verified as recruited and used, more than 7,500 children were killed and maimed and over 800 cases of denial of humanitarian access to children were documented." (UN/alaraby.co.uk)

 

(textos e imagens: os indicados)

publicado por Produções Anormais - Albufeira às 12:28

03
Abr 19

[extrato RT/rt.com 2 Abril]

 

“I can describe the horrors of what it was like to live under siege…

But to describe how it feels to be hungry?

On day one it is bad, and on day two you start to think, ‘what can I do about this?

‘Beyond that I will not say.”

(Syrian refugee)

 

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A malnourished girl

Sits on her father's lap in a shanty town in Hodeidah

(Yemen)

 

Some 113 million people in 53 countries, the majority of them in Africa, faced chronic food shortages last year.

Another 143 million people in 42 countries were found to be living in

 

“[s]tressed conditions, on the cusp of acute hunger.

 

The growing problem is reflected in the increasing global spend on humanitarian aid, which rose from $18.4 billion in 2013 to $27.3 billion in 2017.

Despite the rise in aid, the report’s authors argue that

 

“humanitarian assistance does not address the root causes of food crises.”

 

(texto/legenda: rt.com − imagem: Abduljabbar Zeyad/Reuters)

publicado por Produções Anormais - Albufeira às 23:42

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