WARNING: SOME OF THESE PICTURES ARE HEARTBREAKING. DON'T READ ON IF YOU FIND IMAGES OF DEAD CHILDREN TOO DISTURBING
|Her parents killed and her house blown up, so she sleeps on the street.|
She pointed out the enormous quantity of British arms that were being sold to Saudi to use in their war, that British advisers were training their military and that British personnel were in the control rooms advising as missiles were launched at targets in Yemen.
She also mentioned that among the buildings bombed was a Médecins Sans Frontières hospital.
|Well done, you morons, you blew up an aid lorry.|
Of course, as the most important country in the world, bar none, it is Britain's job to ensure democracy is upheld everywhere on Earth except, strangely, in Britain, where no mention had been made in parliament of their troops' involvement in this war. That's a bit odd in a democracy, isn't it?
But these days fewer and fewer of the laws that are passed in the "mother of parliaments" is actually discussed and voted on in the elected chamber.
Someone discovered statutory instruments, and is now busily putting them to use. It's even more fun than the Privy Council.
|And this was a factory that made insulin. There are no other manufacturers in the country. Diabetics will now die.|
|A police station. Full of policemen. Dead ones.|
|Your average day.|
|Downtown, where all the lights are bright.|
Because everything is being blown up.
|Starving to death.|
|...by the dozens|
I'm so ashamed. I'm so disgusted. We must get away from these barbarians.