The third US President-elect, Joe Biden, sits within a few weeks on the White House Chair, which is stained with the blood of children, women and the elderly of Yemen. Notably, the war against Yemeni people was declared at the gate of the White House during the era of the former Democratic President, Barack Obama, whose term ended, while being overburdened with the pains of the dear Yemeni people. However, the Yemenis stand steadfast and victorious, despite the greedy aggression of the enemies, driven by the Saudi-Emirati money, that cheaply purchased those who call themselves the guardians of human rights in the US and Europe.
After Obama, came the Republican President Donald Trump, who doubled the Saudi-Emirati bill of payment in exchange for continuing to support the war against the Yemeni people, despite his administration’s awareness that this bloody and brutal war is morally bankrupt, inhumane, and unlawful, according to impartial UN reports. Moreover, this futile war is strategically misguided with no prospect except loss accompanied by more bloodshed of innocent people.
Now, the Republicans’ era expires, opening the door for the Democrats’ mandate to return to power. They are the ones who once bet at the beginning of the war on Yemen that it would not last more than a few weeks; it would not take months due to the extensive military and logistical support provided by the US governments. However, the steadfastness and struggle of the oppressed Yemeni people have shattered their conspiracies and crushed their arrogance in defense of the freedom, independence, and sovereignty of Yemen, both land and people. Yemen shall be the property of its owners, who do not harbor evil for anyone, but look forward to establishing international relations governed by common interests and non-interference in the affairs of others. Yemen shall not remain a hostage, captive or an easy prey for any eastern or western country. It is an independent country with its legitimate aspirations to building and development, and will be governed only by justice, equality and law. Is the time ripe for the US government (the Democrats) to atone for its sins and wipe off the shame of its support for this futile, inhuman and unlawful war? This can be answered only by deeds of the new elected government, not by words.