UN Security Council Demands Houthi Rebels Relinquish Control Of Yemen Government, End Violence | WHAT REALLY HAPPENED


UN Security Council Demands Houthi Rebels Relinquish Control Of Yemen Government, End Violence

The United Nations Security Council on Sunday unanimously adopted a resolution demanding that Shiite rebels immediately relinquish control of Yemen's government in a crisis that has pushed the Arab world's poorest country near collapse.

Arab countries have been pressing for the use of military force against what they call the rebel group's "illegitimate seizure of power." But the resolution approved by all 15 council members at an emergency meeting does not act under Chapter 7 of the U.N. Charter, which would allow it to be militarily enforced.

Webmaster's Commentary: 

A small memo to the UN Security Council: JUST HOW, PLEASE, DO YOU INTEND TO ENFORCE YOUR DEMAND?!?

Are these people going to give up graciously and apologize for having taken over the government?!?!?

In the immortal words of my late grandmother, "The horse is already out of the barn."

For whoever at the UN Security believed that the power of their words, with no military action, would have any effect here, we need to talk: I've got a diamond mine in Topeka to sell you!!

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