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Yemen Catastrophe

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Submitted by Dan Rusen (Canada), Jun 7, 2011 at 15:27

Dr. Pipes says the West will not take on responsibility for Yemen's problems. Maybe so. But you can bet that those Yemenis with enough money and influence will find their way into the West, there to cause even more trouble. And furthermore, since we see no real restoration after the Jamaican earthquake coming form the rest of the world, it is safe to assume that most Yemenis are doomed to a miserable subsistence at best. Simply put there are some awful situations that are much too large to be controlled, and must be resolved by nature.

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