Yemen: 100,000 Children Starving in US-Backed War While Pompeo Tells You to Cry About Belarus Democracy

This is a damn lot of starving children.

The Guardian:

Almost 100,000 children under the age of five are at risk of dying in Yemen as the country slides back into a hunger crisis.

An analysis by UN agencies says the coronavirus pandemic, economic problems and conflict have led to the highest levels of malnutrition ever recorded in parts of the country.

Serious malnutrition in southern Yemen has risen 10% this year, according to the study, but rose to 15% among under-fives.

“Yemen is on the brink of a catastrophic food security crisis. If the war doesn’t end now, we are nearing an irreversible situation and risk losing an entire generation of Yemen’s young children,” said Lise Grande, the UN’s humanitarian coordinator for the country.

“Acute malnutrition among children is hitting the highest levels we have seen since the war started.”

Listen: I’m the number one person in the world that doesn’t care about foreign countries. So I’m not going to get up here and tell you I feel bad about children in Yemen starving. Frankly, I can’t even begin to imagine caring about something like that, and I’m very suspicious of anyone who claims to care.

(Of course, it’s sad, whatever – I’m not a heartless person. It’s simply that I have my own problems and I don’t think it’s my job to take on the whole world’s problems.)

But here’s the thing: the US government, in particular Mike Pompeo, and the entire Jewish media, are constantly telling us to care about things that are happening in foreign countries.

Pompeo and the media tell us that it is an absolute moral imperative that the American people become deeply emotionally invested in:

  • Democracy in Belarus
  • Antifa rioters in Hong Kong not being allowed to riot
  • Islamic terrorists in China being put in jail
  • Taiwanese independence
  • Disputed territory on the China-India border
  • Chinese business practices in Sri Lanka
  • Chinese commercial activities in Croatia
  • Vietnam’s claim to fishing waters in the South China Sea
  • The economic system of Venezuela
  • Women’s rights in Afghanistan

Meanwhile, there is zero talk from Pompeo about an actual humanitarian crisis in Yemen, with 100,000 children starving to death.


Because Yemen is at war with Saudi Arabia, a country that is an ally of the United States and Israel.

That is to say: 100% of this moral outrage that Mike Pompeo and the media tell us we should be feeling is fake. Pompeo is literally supporting starving all of these children to death, and I’m just going to tell you flat out: children starving is worse than some bitch in Belarus thinking she’s the real president or Antifa not being allowed to riot.

All of this “moral imperative” stuff is a lie. It is always a lie. It is not real. They are lying to you when they tell you they care about these people in these weird countries. They are exploiting your emotions to get you to support a bizarre New World Order globalist Jewish agenda.

Please, stop falling for it.