We should not be complicit in war
MY compliments to your correspondents Chris Lewis and Vaughan Richards, who have recently used the columns of your newspaper to highlight the dreadful humanitarian situation in the Yemen at the present time, as a result of incessant bombing by the Saudi Arabian air force – and the complicity of the British government and British arms manufacturers in creating that situation.
Mr Lewis draws attention to the extent of this complicity, in that pilots of the Saudi air force are actually being trained at RAF Valley. Incredible. What kind of politicians do we have here in Wales? Not one political party has spoken out against this appalling situation
– that Wales is being used as a training ground for foreign air force personnel to prepare for military combat. Absolutely disgraceful.
Mr Richards draws attention to the most recent atrocity committed by the Saudis in the Yemen: the shelling of a bus carrying children returning from a school trip: 29 children killed, along with 25 adults.
And all this at the time when we are commemorating the centenary of the signing of the Armistice that brought World War I to an end. Or