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Yemen rebels say they're halting attacks on Saudi Arabia

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The conflict has killed tens of thousands of people and sparked what the U.N. describes as the world's worst humanitarian crisis.

About which the US defense industries along with the globe's other defense industries that sold weapons to Saudi care nothing. The defense industries and their investors got richer while the Yemeni people suffered. Has anyone seen Trump's latest tax info to see which US defense industries he has shares in, and which have got bigger contracts since he's been in office?

Trump is a warmonger by allowing the proxy war in Yemen to continue and by allowing US weapons to be sold to the Saudis.

And now Trump's sending US forces to protect Saudi.

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Saudi Arabia has restored half of the crude production that was lost to devastating attacks on its oil industry, and the kingdom said output will be fully restored by the end of this month.

The attack caused a minor issue, when oil use is lesser around the world just before autumn begins.

Ref: https://www.washingtonpost.com/business/2019/09/17/oil-prices-plunge-report-saudi-oil-production-will-be-restored-sooner-than-expected/

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That shows amazing restraint. After all they suffered, they score a victory and offer to let up? Simply amazing. Will the world care? I expect not. Personally I think they should go for broke and destroy all they can while they can, because no one cares either way. They better win, cause I think for them, losing will be death. Yemen should be divided and Saudi made to leave the Houthis alone. Its their land.

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