posted on Jun, 7 2011 @ 08:26 AM
The British government has deployed two warships including naval support ship RFA Fort Victoria and RFA Argus in the Gulf of Aden near
I have argued many times that the West and Saudi Arabia does not want Saleh gone, mainly because there is no replacement setup. Now that Saleh is in
Saudi Arabia having treatments, Yemen is left with the vice president, and the protesters are rejoicing, showing signs of a victorious revolution.
Who would uphold Western interests in Yemen if Saleh is gone? The West has no partners (also known as puppets) to replace Saleh.
What will Democracy produce in a state whose population is strictly Muslim, and are not that fond of Western policies in the region.
They cover those worries with the Al-Qaeda sheet. It is quiet old, the actually worry is the people of Yemen, not Al-Qaeda. The people of Yemen, if
allowed to vote, will not choose Western partners (puppets) in to power, without those puppets the West won't be able to dictate and uphold its own
interests over the Yemeni national interests. The Yemeni revolution is purely by the people therefore haunts some world powers of its outcome.
All of that extra talk aside, I'm wondering what the Warship's operations will be? Is it to protect Saleh? Is it to save civilian lives who are being
murdered everyday by Saleh's forces? Either way, it is getting bigger.
edit on 7-6-2011 by confreak because: (no reason given)