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But is Barack Obama with his drone strikes not a moral idiot? Is Hillary Clinton with her Qaddafi killing glee not a moral idiot? Ironically, it is the very people who lead our societies and those assigned to defend the culture and enforce the law.
Lack of accountability makes for very poor public hygiene. If there were an Olympics for waging bloody wars, Saudi Arabia and its Arab coalition allies would surely win a medal for their relentless bombing of Yemen over the past year and a half to crush rebels who seized power in Marshall is not someone who could not know better.
This naked aggression against a sovereign state has never been approved by the UN Security Council and stands in apparent violation of the United Nations charter. Congress has not approved this latest act of war either. American disregard for international law is so complete that hardly anyone cared what UN Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon had to say about the war in Yemen, either. But Marshall was also clear-eyed then about White House justifications for its new war:.
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That was then. This effort is pathetic, meaningless, and quixotic — unless a lot of Republicans decide to go along. Even success in blocking this sale will do nothing to help Yemen. All it could do is send the Saudis to other markets and deprive U.
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Yes, blocking the sale is good in and of itself, but in the context of continuing U. If Americans want to do something decent for Yemen, then Americans need to hold their own country accountable. William M. Boardman has over 40 years experience in theatre, radio, TV, print journalism, and non-fiction, including 20 years in the Vermont judiciary. Pour publier des articles de Mondialisation.
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