No. Yemen feeding it's people isn't our problem. Most of the problem is warlords preventing food from getting to their enemies. Yemen is an active warzone. How do YOU propose getting food to starving people in an active warzone where both sides would likely fire on humanitarian forces.
Nope. In 1492, people were starving to death in that same region. Queen Isabella of Spain spent a fair amount to finance Christopher Columbus' trip to reach India via a western route.
Have you asked yourself why people are starving to death in Yemen? Civil war. Not my war, I didn't foment it and I am not responsible, morally or financially, for every injustice done to people on this earth. If those people in Yemen want to get out of their predicament, do what every other discontented person does--change it. Your solution to hide your head in the sand and not investigate science that might advance all of mankind does no service to anyone.
Yes it is. Now senile Joe has bombed Syria, but can’t get those $2000 checks to Americans...ops, $1400 checks. Syrians and Venezuelans are also dying thanks to onerous American sanctions.
i dont think it is the United States responsibility to be world police or walmart. If Yemenies are starving, it is Yemenies that are at fault..
yet the Saudis get their toys for war at the Wal Mart weapons sellers of the world, the US.i dont think it is the United States responsibility to be world police or walmart. If Yemenies are starving, it is Yemenies that are at fault..
A war supported by the US government.