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US Terror War: Next Stop Yemen

Canada To Help Defend Yemen From Al-Qaeda Reinforcements

http://www.vancouversun.com/news/Canada+help+defend+Yemen+from+Qaida+rei...

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Obama's War on Yemen

http://www.countercurrents.org/lendman040110.htm

"Yemen is now a new front in America's 'war on terror' under a president who as a candidate promised diplomacy not conflict if elected.

What's at stake? At most Yemen has 4 billion proved barrels of oil reserves and modest amounts of natural gas, hardly a reason for a war. More important is its strategic location near the Horn of Africa on Saudi Arabia's southern border, the Red Sea, its Bab el Mandeb strait (a key chokepoint separating Yemen from Eritrea through which three million barrels of oil pass daily) and the Gulf of Aden connection to the Indian Ocean.."

Frmrsldr

The Pentagon orchestrated Dec. 25 2009 panty bomber incident serves two purposes:

1. Stir up security hysteria among the Dutch with the idea that they pressure their government so that Dutch troops remain engaged in the current (soon to be passe) Afghan war beyond their announced 2010 disengagement date.

2. Prepare Americans and the rest of the world for the next war - the Yemen war.

 

NDPP

The Yemen Hidden Agenda Behind the Al Qaeda Scenarios: A Strategic Oil Transit Chokepoint

http://globalresearch.ca/index.php?context=va&aid=16786

"In addition to its geopolitical position as a major global oil transit chokepoint, Yemen is reported to hold some of the world's greatest untapped oil reserves. Yemen's Masila Basin and Shabwa Basin are reported by international oil companies to contain 'world class discoveries'...Some fifteen years ago I was told in a private meeting with a well informed Washington insider that Yemen contained 'enough undeveloped oil to fulfill  world demand for the next fifty years.

Perhaps there is more to Washington's recent Yemen concern than rag-tag al Qaeda whose very existence as a global terror organization has been doubted by seasoned Islamic experts."

Yemen: Al Qaeda Threat 'Exaggerated'

http://news.antiwar.com/2010/01/03/yemen-al-qaeda-threat-exaggerated/

"In statements released today, the Yemen Foreign Ministry described the threat posed by al-Qaeda 'exaggerated' and insisted that the Yemeni government was capable of tackling the militants in the country without foreign help.."

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America's Terror:

http://www.blackagendareport.com/?q=content/freedom-rider-america%E2%80%...

"Lost in the fog of charge and counter charge is this simple fact. The United States government engages in acts of terror every day and kills many more people than Mutallab would have had he been successful in bringing down the plane."

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A headline in the Paris press says “The CIA and U.S Special Forces lend a powerful hand to the government of Yemen.” The front page headline in today’s International Herald Tribune says “Yemen corruption blunts Qaeda fight.” This report explains that the Yemeni president’s government “is filled with members of his family and he wants to ensure that his son, Ahmed, 38, succeeds him.” The story goes on to say that “the economy has collapsed, with oil revenues down and oil and water running out.” This is the American-allied regime.

At the end of last year we read about allegations of corruption in Afghan President Hamid Karzai’s own family, and the results of a national election were challenged as falsified. The president of Afghanistan has just ordered the nation’s parliament back from vacation in order to vote on his new cabinet nominees. These are to take the place of 17 of his 24 previous cabinet appointments, all rejected by parliament. Mr. Karzai is, of course, the man the United States put in place in Kabul to bring democracy to Afghanistan, so as to save it from the Taliban and al Qaeda.

No American who witnessed the waltz of U.S. Senators with the health industry’s lobbyists during the ongoing effort to legislate health reform in the U.S. is in a position to be condescending about foreign corruption. If the United States has an occupying army which put in place, or sustains, the Afghan, Pakistani or Yemen government, then the ordinary citizen in those countries will Americans and NATO as sources of their nation’s corruption, and perhaps the main one.

William Pfaff

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US, NATO Expand Afghan War to Horn of Africa and Indian Ocean

http://rickrozoff.wordpress.com/

"In parallel with the escalation of the war in South Asia - counterinsurgency operations in Afghanistan and drone missile attacks in Pakistan - the United States and its NATO allies have laid the groundwork for increased naval, air and ground operations in the Horn of Africa and the Gulf of Aden.

The Pentagon's publicly disclosed military and security program for Yemen grew from $4.6 million in 2006 to $67 million last year. That figure does not include covert, classified assistance that the US has provided.

In addition, 'under a new classified cooperation agreement, the US would be able to fly cruise missiles, fighter jets or unmanned drones against targets in the country, but would remain publicly silent on its role in the airstrikes.'"

Clearly there should be more substantive discusions in the now shuttered whorehouse of commons than just the detainee issue -thankfully brought to our  attention  by the personable  high ranking intelligence officer from Washington. I hope all there and I do mean all realize that their exposure to serious war crimes is something that may very well become an active file in a future perhaps not so very far forward.

NDPP

The Airplane Bomb Plot: Obama Continues the Cover-Up

http://www.wsws.org/articles/2010/jan2010/terr-j08.shtml

"In the case of the Christmas Day bombing attempt, however, each major piece of data was an alarm bell. To ignore those alarms, as both the CIA and NCTC did, suggests conscious, wilful inaction, not mere incompetence. One thing is certain: the official story does not hold water...

the only serious conclusion that can be drawn is that the entire 'war on terror' is bogus. It is a pretext for the intensification of US military aggression abroad and attacks on the democratic rights of the American people at home..."

 

In Wake of Detroit Airplane Bomb Plot, New Security Measures in Europe

http://www.wsws.org/articles/2010/jan2010/secu-j09.shtml

"....The US-British axis will use the US bomb scare and the terror attack in Denmark to press for increased military engagement..."

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Obama's Yemeni Odyssey Targets China

http://www.atimes.com/atimes/Middle_East/LA09Ak02.html

"The US has signaled that the odyssey doesn't end with Yemen. It is also moving into Somalia and Kenya. With that, the US establishes its military presence in an unbroken stretch of real estate all along the Indian Ocean's western ring. Chinese officials have of late spoken of their need to establish a naval base in the region. The US has now foreclosed China's options.

The only country with coastline that is accessible for China to set up a naval base in the region will be Iran.

Obama's main core objective will be to establish an enduring military presence in Yemen. This serves many purposes."

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Canada - Yemeni Relations: Government of Canada August 2008

http://www.canadainternational.gc.ca

"Canada continues to seek institution-building opportunities in Yemen through Foreign Affairs and International Trade, Canada's 'Global Peace and Security Fund' and Counter Terrorism Capacity Building assistance.

Canadian trade interests in Yemen have increased over the last decade as a result of private sector involvement in the oil and gas sector. Several Canadian-owned firms play a major role in this sector and account for a major share of Yemen's oil production..."

satan's little helper once again...

Frmrsldr

NoDifferencePartyPooper wrote:

In Wake of Detroit Airplane Bomb Plot, New Security Measures in Europe

http://www.wsws.org/articles/2010/jan2010/secu-j09.shtml

"....The US-British axis will use the US bomb scare and the terror attack in Denmark to press for increased military engagement..."

There you go. As soon as I heard the incident, I have argued that it has the Pentagon's fingerprints all over it. And that it's purpose is to whip up security hysteria and to get the Dutch to pressure their government to have their troops stay in Afghanistan beyond 2010 and to try and sell escalating American involvement in the Yemen war within the U.S. and elsewhere.

NDPP

sure looks like it to me...

NDPP

Saudi Warplanes Hit N Yemen districts Again

http://www.presstv.ir/detail.aspx?id=115629&sectionid=351020206

"The Houthis acccuse the Yemeni government of violations of their civil rights, political, economic and religious marginalization as well as large scale corruption. Houthi fighters say that Riyadh has also been pounding their positions and that Saudi forces strike Yemeni villages and indiscriminately target civilians.

According to the fighters, Saudis use toxic materials including white phosphorus bombs, against civilian targets in north Yemen..."

Frmrsldr

NoDifferencePartyPooper wrote:

According to the fighters, Saudis use toxic materials including white phosphorus bombs, against civilian targets in north Yemen..."

White phosphorus, lovely. It's been used a lot lately. In Fallujha, Iraq, in Afghanistan, in Gaza by Israel during its 2009 war. This is where it's been known to be used. Who knows about Somalia, etc.

NDPP

Even their own rule books of correct murder methods have been set aside in favour of letting the free market decide as it were. And since Al Capone uses it all his demi devils will too. The results we can see all around us. As for a process of international enforcement of even the disgusting concept of 'the rules of warfare' to prevent or  regulate the use of such things as DU, white phosphorus, flechettes, cluster bombs, landmines - this has gone by the boards bigtime.

The place to start would be Israel's barbarics in Palestine and Gaza. As Sunera Thobani pointed out recently a successful war crimes prosecution there could then lead onwards and upwards towards our own war criminals and even bigger gangsters. Could be a good project for the NDP perhaps...?  I'm not serious of course but then neither are they.

Since the Criminals themselves control the process - there really isn't one. So we're back to the nitty gritty of the problem.

I think improvement might come surprisingly fast if any real efforts by concerned citizens in any kind of numbers, put their hearts and minds to it.

My own humble  suggestion would simply be that proffered by an old MAC PAP vet upon being asked what might be a salutary tonic to the political funk under our kind of government and corporate rule and his suggestion on  effective ways to 'get the ball rolling' as it were, was to "hang a politician every Friday".

jokeys of course...but its a start

Frmrsldr

Frmrsldr wrote:

NoDifferencePartyPooper wrote:

The place to start would be Israel's barbarics in Palestine and Gaza. As Sunera Thobani pointed out recently a successful war crimes prosecution there could then lead onwards and upwards towards our own war criminals and even bigger gangsters.

The entire state of Israel is the U.S.A.'s largest military base in the Middle East. The U.S.A.'s military industrial complex and the Pentagon make all the latest hi tech weapons and give them to Israel for "R&D". "Made in the U.S.A. Tested by Israel" with Israel's perpetual wars. Next stop Iran. No wait, Yemen. How about Iran and Yemen?

NorthReport

Really. And all this time I thought it was al-Qaeda. Surprised

 

 

 

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The Pentagon orchestrated Dec. 25 2009 panty bomber incident

My Cat Knows Better My Cat Knows Better's picture

The US will not stop until they have crushed their own economy and given up all of their personal freedoms to corporate security interests. The war will not be over until the forces of terror have been given a decisive victory. I am going to dig a hole in the back yard to protect myself from North Korean, Iranian, and Icelandic nuclear weapons of mass distraction. I propose to finance my backyard bunker by floating an Initial Public Offering in my limited corporation that proposes the manufacture of tin foil hats... My cat is preparing to move out???

Frmrsldr

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Frmrsldr

NorthReport wrote:

Really. And all this time I thought it was al-Qaeda. Surprised

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The Pentagon orchestrated Dec. 25 2009 panty bomber incident

Israel is the "good guy", so the Pentagon gives Israel the "good" stuff like white phosphorus, depleted uranium weapons, DIME weapons etc. Al-Qaeda is the "bad guy", so the Pentagon gives them firecrackers like they did with the panty bomber.

NDPP

US Hand Stayed - For Now

http://www.atimes.com/atimes/Middle_East/LA09Ak04.html

"At first, when the government [of Yemen] faced widespread dissent, it seemed to have an opportunity. By characterizing all the dissenting groups as Iranian or al-Qaeda-influenced, they effectively rang the right bells in Riyadh and Washington and hoped for military and financial aid...

Since the abortive Xmas Day bombing of the North West Airlines flight by a Nigerian linked to al-Qaeda and Yemen, both sides seem to have drawn back.

Any visible intervention by the US could unify Yemen like nothing else - Against the invader."

NDPP

The Weird Factor: The Panty Bomber Mystery Deepens

http://original.antiwar.com/justin/2010/01/10/the-weird-factor/

"All I can say at this point, is that there is a lot more to the Christmas Day incident then our government is letting on.

We don't yet have all the facts, but it's weird indeed that these particular facts are being steadfastly ignored...

What we do know is this: the bare bones scenario, aired by the President in his earliest remarks, is incorrect.

What we don't know - yet - is how much broader was the conspiracy..."

Frmrsldr

NoDifferencePartyPooper wrote:

Any visible intervention by the US could unify Yemen like nothing else - Against the invader."

If this war comes to pass, it will be worse than Afghanistan. Yemen has a population of about 34 million. Yemen has the highest gun ownership in the world - it averages out to 4 guns for every person.

NDPP

There's already some indications of backpedalling by the Americans in favour of a more measured and planned approach. First they're going to send in lots of money. We'll see.  I know someone from there who tells me it is very much as you say - and more.

NDPP

Obama in Aden

http://leninology.blogspot.com/2010/01/obama-in-aden.html

"One thing it ISN'T about is 'Al Qaida.'The radical Sunni militias that helped the north to victory in 1994 may have turned against their former allies, and there may be organisations there dedicated to attacking  US interests in the Middle East, however to characterise such groups as 'Al Qaida' is to buy into a brand myth.

There is no 'Al Qaeda' in the sense of a coherent movement with a shared organisation, a clear set of goals, and a consistent ideology...

Now the US is committing $70 M to upholding the present Yemen regime and while its back up artillery might take out some graoupuscule leader deemed 'Al Qaida', the basic aims of its funding and military inclination is to defend the regime against far more cohesive opponents...

The result will be to encourage the regime to continue to brutalise and slaugher its opponents - indeed, help them to do so - rather than attempting any reforms that might be necessary to integrate them. The US doesn't care of course...

They want to conserve a pro-American regime in Yemen as a defacto Saudi sattelite, and can't be expected to worry about the petty grievances of those little people  with their absurd ideas about self government and autonomy"

NDPP

The Cuba of the Arab East: Yemen's Memories of Revolution and Resistance

http://www.counterpunch.org/naeem01122010.html

"Yemen is a country where memory of revolution and resistance remains fresh..."

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Yemeni Clerics Call for Jihad to Resist Foreign Intervention

http://www.presstv.com/detail.aspx?id=116137&sectionid=351020206

"Yemeni clerics have issued a decree calling for Jihad in case of a foreign military intervention as the prospects of an American military presence in the country grows stronger.."

The Empire Discovers Yemen

http://original.antiwar.com/giraldi/2010/01/13/the-empire-discovers-yemen/

"The White House's identification of a new enemy was good news for those who had become concerned that the war on terror, now called overseas contingency operations, was not expanding quickly enough.."

NDPP

Is Obama Remaking America?

http://canada.mediamonitors.net/content/view/full/70574

"According to Michael Meacher, the British Minister of Environment in PM Tony Blair's Cabinet, the overriding motivation for the War on Terror has been the scarcity of hydrocarbon energy supplies - and the US and UK will run out of sufficient supplies by 2010.

Whereas the Islamic world will control 60% of the global oil production and equally important, 95% of the remaining oil export capacity.

Minister Meacher concludes that the Global War on Terrorism has the hallmarks of a political myth propagated to pave the way for a wholly different agenda - the US goal of world hegemony built around security by force  and command over the oil supplies required to drive the whole project.

Viewing the global implications of the war on terror, it is becoming clearer that the US Government under President Bush and now continued under President Obama and the UK leadership - coerced others to join the project of terrorism and wars against the Muslim countries - to instigate internal group fighting and political disruptions to destroy the Arabs and Muslims from within.."

Frmrsldr

That's the first article I read that made any sense.

NDPP

Yemen and the Militarization of Strategic Waterways

http://globalresearch.ca/index.php?context=va&aid=17460

Fidel

[url=http://www.globalresearch.ca/index.php?context=va&aid=18690]Neoliberal Reforms: Thousands Rally in Yemen Against Government Economic Policies[/url]

As Naomi Klein wrote, they've had three decades of erasing and remaking the world(into hell).

NDPP

Yemen's Sorrowful Options: 'Revolt, Migrate or Die'

http://www.globalresearch.ca/index.php?context=va&aid=19142

"According to the World Food Program, 7.2 Million people - about a third of the country's population - are suffering from chronic hunger. Almost half of them require immediate food assistance, but fewer than half a million are receiving it.

They have been directly affected by the policies of western governments, and the central government's own involvment in proxy wars on militants, tribes and other disaffected Yemenis.."

NDPP

US Cluster Bombs Killed 55 in Yemen

http://www.presstv.ir/detail.aspx?id=129295&sectionid=351020206

"Amnesty International says the United States used cluster bombs on a cruise missile in Yemen, killing 55 people, most of them civilians..Deputy Director of AI's Middle East and North Africa Program, Philip Luther warned that 'a military strike of this kind against alleged militants without an attempt to detain them is at the very least unlawful...The fact that so many of the victims were actually women and children indicates that the attack was in fact grossly irresponsible..'

AI has obtained photographs which showed remains of the BGM-109D Tomahawk land-attack Cruise Missile. 'This type of missile, launched from a warship or submarine, is designed to carry a payload of 166 cluster sub-munitions (bomblets), which each explode into over 200 steel fragments that can cause injuries up to 150 meters (about 500 feet) away,' an AI statement said.

'An incendiary material inside the bomblet also spreads fragments of burning zirconium designed to set fire to nearby flammable objects '[children!], it added.

Bec.De.Corbin Bec.De.Corbin's picture

Cluster bombs?

I'm sorry but the picture with the artical claims these are cluster bombs... they are not bombs at all, they are rocket pods that are mounted on aircraft (not cruise missles).

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AI has obtained photographs which showed remains of the BGM-109D Tomahawk land-attack Cruise Missile..

Not to say it wasn't a cruise missile but seeing how they misidentified the above equipment in the above photo one might wonder about the credibility of the above statement. 

NDPP

yes I noticed it too but realized it was likely a shorcoming in Press TV's image bank not AI. Here's the AI release:

Images of Missile and Cluster Munitions Point to US role in Fatal Attack in Yemen

http://www.amnesty.org/en/news-and-updates/yemen-images-missile-and-clus...

 

Bec.De.Corbin Bec.De.Corbin's picture

NoDifferencePartyPooper wrote:

yes I noticed it too but realized it was likely a shorcoming in Press TV's image bank not AI. Here's the AI release:

Images of Missile and Cluster Munitions Point to US role in Fatal Attack in Yemen

http://www.amnesty.org/en/news-and-updates/yemen-images-missile-and-clus...

 

That's more like it... thanks.

NDPP

War in Yemen: CIA To Get Control of Special Forces, Drones?

http://www.thenation.com/blog/155704/war-yemen-cia-get-control-special-f...

"By giving the CIA control over the Special Forces units, the US can claim that the whole enterprise is 'covert', that is, that it doesn't need the permission of Yemen's government to be carried out. Or, as the Journal puts it, the CIA gets to 'get around restrictions placed on military operations...

By bungling into Yemen with a massive US covert operation, the result is guaranteed to be an intensified crisis that will collapse and split the Yemeni government and lead to a Somali-like state of disorder."

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Most Yemenis See al-Qaeda Presence as 'Myth'  -  by Jason Dix

http://news.antiwar.com/2010/11/03/most-yemenis-see-al-qaeda-presence-as...

"'The truth is there is no al-Qaeda.' Such a comment rarely finds currency in a nation's popular consciousness but in Yemen, home to what the CIA calls the most dangerous of al-Qaeda's many affiliates (AQAP), it is all too common. For some AQMP is just a cynical excuse for the Saleh government to get increased military aid from the US and others..."

Fidel

NoDifferencePartyPooper wrote:

Most Yemenis See al-Qaeda Presence as 'Myth'  -  by Jason Dix

http://news.antiwar.com/2010/11/03/most-yemenis-see-al-qaeda-presence-as...

"'The truth is there is no al-Qaeda.' Such a comment rarely finds currency in a nation's popular consciousness but in Yemen, home to what the CIA calls the most dangerous of al-Qaeda's many affiliates (AQAP), it is all too common.

Exactally. The invisible army of darkness doesn't exist except where oil and strategic interests are concerned. And where Yemeni leftists require purging. The same thing happened in Iraq where "al-Qaeda" were attacking the real anti-US insurgents.

All the world is a stage. al-CIA'duh is a 30 year-old US Military intelligence black operation.

Iwant Liberty

The more American and Canadian political leaders divert resources into the invasion of  foreign lands & the murder of their populations, the more resentment is built and the more military counter-resistence is created (call it al-Qaeda or whatever).  Whatever good will the west has created is being destroyed.  Rather than offering an example of a propserous, liberal and civil society, we are exporting death and anarchy and in doing so are only helping to provide fuel to fundamentalists who wish to stop at nothing short of the destruction of their foes (and THEIR populations).  It is not a fight for freedom, but the exact opposite. 

NDPP

Yemen: USA Are Fighting Against Democracy Not Al-Qaeda

http://www.countercurrents.org/hassan280210.htm

"First of all we must note this phenomenon which is repeating itself, every time that a regime backed by Washington is threatened, then terrorists appear on the scene. In the case of Muslim countries, it's al-Qaeda that gets the blame. This phantom terrorist group always pops up when nationalist or anti-imperialist movements give trouble to puppets supported by the US.

That's what's happening now in Yemen. This country is ruled by a corrupt regime that is allied to Washington...But it is threatened by resistance movements.."

and see #9 for Canada's 'interests'

NDPP

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Fidel

You are the SMARTEST BABBLER EVER! Ahhem Good post NDPP.

NDPP

sure hope not but agree with the second part...thanks

NDPP

Yemeni PM Says Al Qaida in Yemen 'Western Made'

http://news.xinhuanet.com/english2010/world/2010-11/07/c_13594487.htm

"Yemen Prime Minister Ali Muhammed al Mujawar said Saturday that al-Qaida was originally a Western-made group and was never created by his country, the state run Saba news agency reported. 'Al Qaida was essentially a Western-made group and was never created by Yemen - it is alleged by those who seek to propagate this view internationally about Yemen', Saba quoted Mujawar as saying."

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Yemen Joins Egypt in Revolt

http://bikyamasr.com/wordpress/?p=24836

"Like Tunisia earlier this month and Egypt this week, Yemenis are hoping that grassroots anti-government protests can help spur a change in government. 'Yemenis are not prepared anymore to put up with widespread poverty while corruption is everywhere,' Hakim Almasmari, the Editor-in-chief of the Yemen Post told the BBC. President Ali Abdullah Saleh now joins Egypt's Hosni Mubarak on the edge of chaos.."

When will we throw off our own US owned and controlled bloodsuckers? See post #9

NDPP

Yemen Braces For 'Day of Rage' Protests

http://www.presstv.ir/detail/163364.html

"Yemen is bracing for its 'day of rage' with massive protests against President Ali Abdullah Saleh, despite his pledge not to seek another term. About 1 million protesters are expected to rally in the Yemen capital, Sana'a on Thursday.."

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Yeman and the Arab Awakening : Another US Supported Tyrant is About to Fall  -  by Justin Raimondo

http://original.antiwar.com/justin/2011/02/27/yemen-and-the-arab-awakening/

"It's only a matter of time before Saleh follows Mubarak and Ben Ali into the trash bin of history; and meanwhile Washington is clueless as they try to save their client by mouthing the rhetoric of 'reform'. Their puppet, President Saleh is on the ropes, and the people are banging on the gates of his palace, demanding his ouster.

In Yeman and throughout the Middle East, American marionettes are reacting to the upsurge in stages: first, with indifference, then, as the protests grow, with threats, and then, belatedly, with attempts at appeasement. When even that doesn't work, they revert to outright repression.  Which is at the stage we are in now in Yemen.

I wouldn't be at all surprised if a sudden 'plot' by Al Qaeda is 'discovered' along with a pretext for a more direct form of US intervention.."

NDPP

Top Yemeni General Joins Protesters

http://www.presstv.ir/detail/171022.html

"A top general has joined anti-government protesters in Yemen..."

Yemeni Envoys Urge Saleh To Resign

http://www.presstv.ir/detail/171069.html

"5 Yemeni ambassadors to European states have called on an embattled President Ali Abdullah Saleh to step down.."

Caissa

Yemen's embattled, U.S.-backed president said Tuesday that a military coup would lead to civil war, and he pledged to step down by year's end but not hand power to army commanders who have joined the opposition.

"Any dissent within the military institution will negatively affect the whole nation," President Ali Abdullah Saleh said in a nationally televised warning to a meeting of Yemen's Supreme Council of the Armed Forces. "The nation is far greater than the ambition of individuals who want to seize power."

There was no immediate response from the opposition, which has won the loyalty of influential clergy and tribal leaders, along with the powerful army commanders now calling for Saleh's ouster.

http://www.cbc.ca/news/world/story/2011/03/22/yemen-saleh-032211.html

NDPP

Jeremy Scahill: As Mass Uprising Threatens the Saleh Regime, A Look at the Covert US War in Yemen (vid)

http://www.democracynow.org/2011/3/22/jeremy_scahill_as_mass_uprising_th...

"The crisis in Yemen is growing following high level defections...The Obama administration has already escalated the covert war inside Yemen.."

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