To comprehend the non archetypal manipulation- Paris Attack. France Broke. Olive branch extended to Russia, chopped?
A ton of great comments in both posts-
While the gullible masses were weeping over the nonsensical freedom of speech meme & other assorted perception management, Yemen and Yemenis were being terrorized. 50 young men dead.
On January 7th- The same day as the Gladio style attack took place in Paris
50 young men, all at once. Do they matter at all? 50 men, lined up for jobs. For work. To support families and themselves- They are all as dead as the 12 in France. - The total of dead, killed, murdered was 50.
But no attention is paid to this horrendous attack. No placards with mind control memes wave for the easily deceived western audiences. No ID plants. No balaclava wearing perps immediately identified. Just mass death. Car bomb kills 37 at Yemen police academy
A car bomb tore through dozens of Yemenis lined up at a police academy in Sanaa Wednesday, leaving 37 dead in the latest attack to highlight the country's growing instability.
Police said another 66 people were wounded in what it described as a "terrorist bombing" targeting potential police recruits, in a statement cited by the official Saba news agency.
Witness Khaled Ajlan said the early morning blast targeted dozens of "new students who were registering at the police academy".
The charred remains of the dead, mostly young men, were piled on the sidewalk outside the academy alongside blood-soaked documents they had been carrying.
The wreckage of a car sat nearby, with little remaining but mangled metal and the steering wheel, one of several cars that were still burning at midday.
A security official told AFP the bomb was in a minibus, of which only scraps of metal remained.
Rescue workers loaded bodies into ambulances, as the health ministry urged Sanaa residents to "donate blood at government hospitals to help the wounded".
It was not immediately clear who was behind the blast but al-Qaida in the Arabian Peninsula (AQAP), the jihadist network's powerful affiliate in Yemen, has claimed responsibility for previous attacks on security forces.
Ah, yes, AQ in Yemen, as conveniently mentioned in France yesterday- Hmmmm...
Now AQ in Yemen is a Sunni Muslim outfit, as as everywhere else. Same as the Kurds.
And Sunni Muslim terror is intimately linked with NATO and Israel and Saudi Arabia.
Yemen is a neighbour with Saudi Arabia.
Many of the potential recruits had traveled from other parts of the country to the academy. The ministry said that, in future, it would register them locally to avoid another such gathering being targeted.Good plan- too late for all the dead and their families, but, better to prevent such a tragedy in the future
A European Union statement spoke of the "latest in a series of terrorist attacks aimed at destabilizing Yemen's transition."Apparently the Huthis Shiite's share power with a strongman that the US would almost certainly want to be running the show entirely
It added that "restoring security and completing the transition process are paramount to achieving the objectives of stability and prosperity."
And the United States condemned the "senseless murder and injury of Yemeni civilians", offering condolences to all the victims and their families.
"We honour the Yemeni men and women who work each day, often at great personal risk, to build a better, more peaceful future for themselves, their families, and all Yemenis," said State Department spokeswoman Jen Psaki.
Unrest grew after the Huthis, also known as Ansarullah, overran Sanaa unopposed on September 21.So the Huthis power share in an unopposed fashion- Highly suggestive that they are supported in Yemen
The militia, who already controlled northern parts of the country, have since expanded their presence in central and western Yemen, meeting fierce resistance from Sunni tribes and Al-Qaeda militants.
The increasing violence has raised fears that Yemen, which shares a long border with oil-rich Saudi Arabia, might become a failed state.
AQAP, considered by the United States to be al-Qaida's most dangerous branch, has pledged to fight the Huthis.
So, AQ in Yemen has just so happened to have pledged to fight the Shiite militias that seemed to be supported in Yemen.- Wow, this is so familiar. And the US 'considers' AQ in Yemen to be dangerous?
I'm sure they do, but, not in the way the masses think. I am sure the US considers AQ in Yemen dangerous and are pleased about that prospect.
Last week in Yemen, there was a bomb attack that killed 49 Huthi supporters-
AQ in Yemen. Sunni Muslims. Attacked and killed 49 Huthi supporters- Shiite
Does that situation ring a bell of familiarity with readers ?
A suicide bomb attack on Huthi supporters in central Yemen last week killed 49 people.50 killed in bomb attack at Yemen police academy
Four people, including a reporter, were killed Sunday in another blast targeting a gathering of Huthis in southwestern Yemen, while six militiamen were wounded in a blast in Sanaa on Monday.
At least 50 people were killed and dozens of others wounded early Wednesday when a car bomb went off outside the police academy in Yemen's capital Sanaa, security officials and medics said.
Hundreds of soldiers from the interior ministry were lining up in a long queue, waiting to be enlisted in the academy, around 7 a.m. when the explosion took place, security officials said, adding that at least 50 people were killed at the scene.
Witnesses told Xinhua that a mini-bus was being driven very fast on the street along the wall of the police academy in central Sanaa before it exploded at the academy's main gate. The explosion could be heard across the city. Gunshots were also heard in the area after the explosion.
"The explosion occurred around 7 in the morning. A bus came to the gate of the academy and a man blew it up here. More than 50 people were killed in attack," a cadet of the police academy, Nabil Ali, said.
The Al Qaeda in the Arabian Peninsula (AQAP), known locally as Ansar al-Sharia, has conducted several bomb attacks against the Houthi group, the government and the army, killing scores of people since 2009.Al Qaeda in Yemen is dangerous indeed. But to who exactly? The Shiite population. Which of course plays right into the Anglo/Zionist Western/NATO global terror machine
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