To understand Trump's Second Veto—vetoing the War Powers War on Yemen, we must take out a map of the Middle East and understand the machination of the relationships between Donald Trump, financier-Zionists Sheldon Adelson, Benjamin Netanyahu, and Jared Kushner arranging The Art of the Deal, which Trump is so proud of, with Prince Mohammad bin Salmon (MBS).

Israel is a small sliver of land fronting on the Mediterranean Sea, and abutted on all sides by Sunni Arab states.  The United States pays Egypt and Jordan via foreign aid to be friendly to/with Israel.  It invaded Iraq to protect Israel; and instigated war with Syria for this purpose under the guise of “protecting” oppressed Syrians—keeping Assad from “killing his own people,” just as they had protected the Iraqis from Saddam from the same “crime.”  Lebanon has been neutered and turned into a virtual vassal of Israel.  Iran, the only major Shiite State of the Middle East is the greatest fear of Israel because of its influence with Hezbollah and its Revolutionary Guard that Trump has declared a “terror organization,” so as to impose further sanctions on Iran.  Iran is equal in fire power to the Israeli IDF using long range missiles.


I am saving the nation that caused the Second Veto for last: Saudi Arabia.  The only nation that rivals Saudi Arabia for oil reserves is Venezuela.  The United States is supplying the Saudi led coalition of Sunni states against Yemen with war technology.   The United Nations has warned that a human disaster is occurring in Yemen, which has always been a poor Muslim country scorned by the Saudis.  Cease fires have been called because the people are starving and the bombing of crucial infrastructures such as hospitals and schools, the outbreak of cholera, but to no avail.


The cease fires are ignored by both the United States and the Saudi Coalition because of the Jared Kushner and Trump “art of the deal.”  The deal is that if the Saudis peacefully exist with the State of Israel and its irredentism acquisition of Palestinian land promised in the Two State Solution, Saudi can build a pipeline straight through Yemen to the Gulf of Aden, where its oil will be protected by the US Military Base stationed on the Horn of Africa.  This way Saudi oil tankers will not have to pass through the Persian Gulf under the scrutiny of Shiite Iran.  The ethnic cleansing of Yemen is a small price to pay for a sociopath like Prince Mohammad bin Salmon and Zionist like Jared Kushner, adviser to the President.

House Votes To End U.S. Support For Saudi-Led War In Yemen

NPR's Rachel Martin speaks with Rep. Brad Sherman, D-Calif., regarding the House resolution invoking never-before-used powers to demand the Trump administration withdraw support for the war in Yemen.

April 17, 2019

President Trump vetoed a bipartisan resolution passed by Congress to end U.S. military assistance in Saudi Arabia's war in Yemen. Here & Now's Jeremy Hobson talks about Trump's veto with Democratic Sen. Chris Murphy from Connecticut. Also, host Robin Young talks with news photographer Maya Vidon-White about what it was like to cover the devastating fire that destroyed major sections of the city's Notre Dame Cathedral. That and more, in hour two of Here & Now's April 17, 2019 full broadcast. You can read and hear more at, follow us on Twitter and join the conversation on Facebook.

This program aired on April 17, 2019.


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Professor J. Rufus fears charges that a fundamental lesson of history is that human nature never changes—[proves valid in the Trump administration founded on greed and power].  Fears posits that the American Empire is modeled on the Roman Empire in the First Century.  He offers insights that gives me hope for the peoples of Yemen, as well as for Venezuela.  Fears states that since the time Rome was declaring and falling, historians and moralists have tried to explain why.


The Middle East provides a major key.  Rome's involvement in the Middle East became a quagmire from which the Romans could not withdraw.  It strained the military and financial resources of the empire.  More than that, focus on the Middle East distracted the roman emperors from other critical foreign policy issues, especially in central Europe among the Germanic and other tribes that the Romans considered barbarians. 


Despite Rome's efforts, Iran could not be drawn into the Roman orbit.  Ultimately Iran, revitalized by religious fundamentalism, and the Germanic tribes unite to shatter the roman order.  The fall of the Roman Empire is one more illustration of the lesson that the Middle East is the graveyard of empire.

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Comment by mary gravitt on April 19, 2019 at 12:57pm

Trump with the aid of Sheldon Adelson's money is about to make America learn what Rufus Fears is a lesson of history.  The Middle East brought the Roman Empire to its knees, and it will do the same for the United States Empire.  A deal has been cut with Saudi Arabia to drill a pipeline though Yemen and in repayment the Saudis will "love" and protect Israel.   The payoff is that this pipeline will allow Saudi Arabian oil to flow to the Gulf of Aden and avoid the Persian Gulf and Iran.

And in the Americas the US will ensure its oil supply for the next 100 years by taking over Venezuela and disposing of its democracy.  All in the name of freedom and democracy.  Both projects are insane and profitable.

I never knew Capitalism was so evil until Donald Trump became President of the United States.

Comment by koshersalaami on April 19, 2019 at 6:13pm

Where do you get the information that Yemen involves Israel? You're speculating. The Saudis side with Israel these days because Iran is a threat to both. And the last time Hezbollah crossed the border to take an Israeli soldier they subsequently murdered, Israel hadn't crossed the Lebanese border in six years. Israel is less important to overall Middle Eastern politics than most people give it credit for. 

Comment by moki ikom on April 20, 2019 at 11:57am

This statement is a crock of crap wrapped in sweet deceit but still smells to high heaven like the fallacioUS mental toxin it is: "Israel is less important to overall Middle Eastern politics than most people give it credit for."   Most people in the U.S. are slowly dying before they have lived, trapped and suffocating in our corporatUSt$' ju$tUS of diabolical usury economic system.  Most people in the U.S. couldn't tell another soul of a moral and or ideological difference between an anti-zionist and a zionist, between a "self-hating Jew" and a zionazi nationalist Jew, between BDS and apartheid settler-colonialism, between Afghanistan and the Middle East, between a truth-teller and a liar, between reason and faith, between altruism and capitalism,, most people in the U.S. but for nine-one-one/thine-one-one live and believe he and she deserve a privileged reality of our nation's relative impunity to any direct reaction to actions of our United States' terrorUSt cabals waging economic and military warfare, destruction and murder worldwide, befriending only those who succumb to our terrorUSt$' will, abuse and misuse.   Isaac Newton's Third law of the Universe, "For every actionthere is an equal and opposite reaction."  thus far is not applicable to terrorrUSt, zionUSt or corporatUSt actions of immoral deeds committed upon Humanity... from Humanity,the reaction to such barbaric morality so far effectively misses it's mark when the mark of equal and opposite is by universal law the point of the action's origin.  

Comment by mary gravitt on April 23, 2019 at 11:32am

Look at the map of the Middle East and listen to Pompeo announce that any who buy oil from Iran will be sanction.  Then look at the run to invade Venezuela.  Saudi Arabia wants a direct route to the Sea, so ethnic cleansing of Yemen is called for.  Trump is more true to his promises to Sheldon Adelson than he ever was to the American people because he is a businessman.  Israel warned in the Bible, if one believes what is written there, that men like Trump appear as an "Angel of Light who leads week women into hell.  And to trust a man who will betray his own people is a lesson that everyone in the Middle East should understand.


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