Give Them the Tools and They Will Finish the Job
Our brothers in Britishness at the House of Saud have resumed doing their bit in the war against terrorism, bombing a food factory in Sana'a and terminally affecting at least fourteen employment situations. More than half of the collaterally detrimented are thought to have been women; which, since those who fall to British arms and allies are virtually always terrorists or human shields, no doubt indicates the general fiendishness of the Yemeni enemy. As always, the incident is far less reprehensible than anything the Assad government or its Russian allies may have done in Syria recently; and also far more reprehensible than anything superficially similar which may accidentally have been done by certain highly atypical Americans. From a naïve and un-nuanced viewpoint the dead may in all cases be equally dead; but it is, of course, the thought that counts.