Yemen: USA are fighting against democracy, not against Al-Qaeda

Yemen, one of the world’s poorest countries and a crucial US ally, is beleaguered by an armed resistance and a secessionist movement that are threatening its stability, triggering a possible spillover. The United States is running the risk of losing control of this much coveted region, which Washington intends to destabilize anyway, but on its own terms. In the following interview conducted by two Belgian journalists for Investig’Action, Mohammed Hassan analyses the present imbroglio from a historical perspective.

Extension of the Gas War to the Levant

After three years of war against Syria, “Westerners” have deliberately expanded their offensive to Iraq and Palestine. Behind the apparent political contradictions between religious and secular parties, strong economic interests explain this strategy. In the Levant, numerous groups have several times changed camps, but gas deposits are immutable.

And the economy of death flies on!

Nearly 17 million Americans, or 5.5 percent of the population, suffer from hunger and have gone at least one full day without eating during the last three months because of a lack of money. Another 33 million can only afford to buy low-quality food and suffer from nutritional imbalances. Indifferent to their needs, Washington has completely geared its economy towards arms manufacturing. This trend towards a war-driven economy, which began in 1995 under the Clinton administration, suddenly picked up speed after the 9/11 terrorist attacks with the Bush Jr. Administration, and has maintained the same pace under Obama’s watch.
Nearly 17 million Americans, or 5.5 percent of the population, suffer from hunger and have gone at least one full day without eating during the last three months because of a lack of money. Another 33 million can only afford to buy low-quality food and suffer from nutritional imbalances. Indifferent to their needs, Washington has completely geared its economy towards arms manufacturing. This trend towards a war-driven economy, which began in 1995 under the Clinton administration, suddenly picked up speed after the 9/11 terrorist attacks with the Bush Jr. Administration, and has maintained the same pace under Obama’s watch.

Getting used to life without food: Wall Street, BP, bio-ethanol and the death of millions

Amid wars in the oil world, financial crises and economic depression little notice is being paid to what is looming as the worst potential catastrophe in modern times, namely a global crisis in food availability. This author exposes the intrigues that enabled the U.S. to gain worldwide control over food production and supply, using food as a political weapon. Domination and profit are not the only goals; a long-time scheme is at play which serves a much darker agenda.