If an attempted false flag fails- Other means can be used. And clearly Plan B kicked in!
All this despite the Houthi’s and Hadi making an agreement, peacefully.
- One that the US/Israel/NATO tyranny was obviously never going to let pass...
What a difference just one day makes!
Sanaa government was accepting many demands put forward by the Houthis in the deal to end a deadly political crisis.
"Gulf Cooperation Council slammed the acts of Houthi rebels as “terrorist”
Of course they did!So a democratic settlement? Which should be good for all? The US and Israel and NATO are not going to let this stand
Sanaa, Yemen (CNN)Yemen's President resigned Thursday night shortly after his Prime Minister and the Cabinet stepped down -- seismic changes in the country's political scene that come just one day after the government and Houthi rebels struck a tentative peace deal meant to end days of turmoilNo, it isn't. The first time the President reneged on the agreement to implement a western backed plan of nation destruction.
The Cabinet and Prime Minister Khaled Bahah resigned before Hadi did on Thursday night, with Bahah telling Hadi in a letter that they essentially wanted to wash their hands of "destructive political chaos," an apparent reference to the deal that was to give Houthis more power.
The Houthis call for marginalized political groups to have the right to partnerships in state institutions and fair representation, according to the text of the tentative agreement.
A Houthi official said the rebels would abide by the deal if the President follows a timeline specified in the negotiations for the political process.
This isn't the first time the rebels and the government have hammered out an agreement
COINCIDENTALLY.... well not really- USS Iwo Jima, USS Fort McHenry move to Red Sea for possible Yemen evacuation
For possible 'evacuation'! Oh, really?!
The Navy has positioned a pair of amphibious ships in the Red Sea for a possible evacuation of U.S. Embassy personnel from the Yemen capital of Sanaa.
The USS Iwo Jima, an amphibious assault ship, and the USS Fort McHenry, a dock landing ship, were moved in recent hours from the Gulf of Aden to the Red Sea, nearer to Yemen’s capital, U.S. 5th Fleet spokesman Cmdr. Kevin Stephens said. Both ships are part of the Iwo Jima Amphibious Ready Group, and each has Marines embarked from the 24th Marine Expeditionary Unit.
“They are ready to support operations to protect Americans in Yemen if that becomes necessary,” Stephens said.And don't you forget.....
The group (AQ in Yemen) also took responsibility for this month’s attack against the satirical French newspaper Charlie Hebdo, which killed 12 people.