Tuesday, 7 June 2016

Money talks when you give Cameron a medal.

The UN listed in the appendix of their annual 2015 report on children and armed conflict, under “parties that kill or maim children,” and “parties that engage in attacks on schools and/or hospitals.” the Saudi led coalition in Yemen.

According to the report, at least 785 children were killed and 1,168 injured in Yemen last year alone, 60 percent by coalition airstrikes. The report documents dozens of coalition attacks against Yemeni schools and hospitals.

Then 72 hours later they were removed from the appendix, not because its untrue, but because its Saudi, and money talks. Oh and they are running  Human Rights over at the UN...

Still, David Cameron got his medal from the Saudi king, so that makes it all right.