NOW THAT TRUMP’S IN OFFICE, MEDIA SUDDENLY CONCERNED WITH US MILITARY KILLING CIVILIANS | WHAT REALLY HAPPENED


NOW THAT TRUMP’S IN OFFICE, MEDIA SUDDENLY CONCERNED WITH US MILITARY KILLING CIVILIANS

For the last eight years, Peace Prize recipient and ostensible savior of the free world, Barack Obama, rained down hell from the sky on brown people across the Middle East. Obama far exceeded his predecessor, George W. Bush, in the use of drone strikes, killing more civilians than ever before and aiding in the creation and growth of worldwide terror.

On top of this warlord president receiving the Peace Prize, in his final days in office, Barack Obama was ironically given the Department of Defense Medal for Distinguished Public Service “as a token of appreciation for his service as commander in chief” at a farewell ceremony on January 4. The medal is the highest honorary award at the Department of Defense and is presented by the Secretary of Defense.

In his last year alone, Obama authorized the United States military to drop more than 26,000 bombs in 7 countries, according to an estimate by the Council on Foreign Relations. During the prior year, the numbers were similar.

An estimated 50,000 bombs in only 24 months fell onto houses, churches, schools, and hospitals — all authorized by the recipient of a Nobel Peace Prize — his supporters, as well as the corporate mainstream media, remained silent.

Fast forward to last weekend.

Following in his predecessor’s footsteps, reports from Yemen indicate that as many as 10 women and children were killed in a raid authorized by Donald Trump. During this raid, the 8-year-old granddaughter of Nasser al-Awlaki, who was also the daughter of Anwar Awlaki was shot in the neck and died after suffering for two hours, according to Nasser al-Awlaki.

Webmaster's Commentary: 

The US enabling of Saudi war crimes in Yemen must stop, and these extrajudicial assassinations must also stop.

This is what life looks like to a Yemeni child right now:

Images: dead and wounded Yemeni kids, from Saudi bombings

Or, if they are still alive, they are starving from hunger, courtesy of Saudi military blocking Yemen's ports:

Images: starving Yemeni kids, due to Saudi blockade of Yemeni ports

So I have a memo to President Trump; stop this US complicity in Saudi war crimes, and right the hell now; stop assassinating and being part of the collective punishment of innocent children who are starving to death in Yemen.

You are called, by both the Constitution and the will of the people to be the Commander in chief; not the butcher in chief!!!!

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