Yemen Police Open Fire On Protesters Leaving 50 Hurt, Three Seriously

Tyler Durden's picture

Reuters is now quoting witnesses as saying that 50 protesters have been hurt in Yemen, three of them seriously. Earlier on Tuesday, thousands of inmates rioted at the central
prison in Sanaa, taking a dozen guards hostage and calling for President
Saleh to resign, according to the Associated Press. At least one
prisoner was killed and 80 people were wounded, police said. And elsewhere, gunfire erupted in Abidjan, Ivory Coast, where Gbagbo forces killed 4.
These are just the latest pieces of news from Reuters in a day in which nothing at all from the tape mattered, as a rumor circulates that the wildcat well drilled in the 1 billion barrel strategic petroleum reserve in Bernanke's back yard has now started producing.


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Shameful's picture

Just wait till the engineers figure out a way for Bennie to print light sweet crude! Then we'll see what kind of liquidity he can provide.

AN0NYM0US's picture

a prison riot in Yemen, that would be a very very ugly scene as the tortured capture the torturers

What_Me_Worry's picture

With all this stability in the world, it is no wonder gold is down and stocks are up today.

malikai's picture

Sit back and wait. It's gonna kick off soon enough.

Caviar Emptor's picture

We don't do 'risk aversion' here anymore. Ain't no luck when you play with Uncle Sugar's credit card

alien-IQ's picture

what a wild year it has been...and will continue to be.

buzzsaw99's picture

Which side are we gonna bomb in Yemen?

Shameful's picture

I think our military has this problem worked out in a manner appropriate with our culture and morality.

"Kill them all. For the Lord knoweth them that are His"

- Arnaud Amalric

Sudden Debt's picture

A good old coin tosh should be able to provide you with a answer.


And if the result doesn't suit you, you can always go 2 out of 3, 3 out of 5, 5 out of 9, 9 out of 17....


BorisTheBlade's picture

Doesn't really matter, whoever happens to be under the bomb is Al Qaeda.

Very few really noticed that Yemen was bombed before not so long ago:

Sudden Debt's picture

When I hear about all these riots in all those countries...


I reminds me of a common saturday evening...


All day... nothing is on TV....




LongSoupLine's picture

Maybe you didn't here me earlier.


Does it really matter when BAC is up, and Maria "stuff my box with bad paper" Bartoromo is broadcasting from the BAC trading floor?


If it's not on CNBS it's not happening Tyler...shheesh.

whoopsing's picture

it's getting more common to hear people talk about rioting in the US,it seems the pressure is on to "do something"

Sudden Debt's picture

looks like you have the shakes he?


stressy day?


LongSoupLine's picture

well, he is a "tense INDIAN" afterall...

JW n FL's picture

God Bless those hurt.. God Bless those who fight for Freedom.. God Bless us All.. May God give us the strength that we may be the best versions of ourselves that we can be..


Real People every day are suffering and we as a Country have our hands tied to help.. becuase the Bankers OWN the duely elected whores within the beltway.

Dr. Richard Head's picture

Think about the children....wait a second.

johnQpublic's picture

...and they seem to be shorting god with 4000 contracts short and four contracts long

reader2010's picture

Next time they'll use tanks instead.

dick cheneys ghost's picture

US say saudis have rigth to protest........we will see come friday

Can2001's picture

*wow* it makes me wonder whats the US admins inc. thousands of cia agents wants.

this statements are so out of line that it can only means : manipulate the whole world that we can offer a " nobel peace price WAR" ( incl. iran) or they wanna fuck the chjineeeze....i dont know!... everyone heard something from russia?....this makes me also wondering...

in the meantime we buy the fucking nflx dip....or not..

Caviar Emptor's picture

As seen through the eyes of Wall Street: the upside to the riots is the chance that all these people will just become placid American-style consumers, paying for Netfix on their iPads with their SNAP cards subsidized by the US. That's a win-win-win-win-win

Can2001's picture

yes maybe , but only after they become a drug delivery people at "developing

Europe" . the boat people comes day over day .... they find an job? ....yes

an robb job....this whole fucking thing is an world order lost-lost -lost -situation, except

chairsatan himself ,the moneycartell and steve jobbs maybe.... ( but he has other problems)

{ p.s. dont come with chARlie sheen, i would change with him}

Weimar Ben Bernanke's picture

The protestors must now return force with force. When you are dealing with despots,oligarchs who have no qualm to shoot you,it is time to take up arms to depose of  the leaders.

beastie's picture

Game over for the Yemen Govt.

Nearly everytime in modern history citizens are fired upon in this manner it's  guranteed game over.

raya123's picture

Protests now taking place in another oil-rich country -- Kuwait.

zebra's picture

unless they produce more oil than Saudi, otherwise move along, nothing to see here.

bugs_'s picture

interesting that the inmates demand the president resign

StychoKiller's picture

Guess the pita bread and water rations are adequate...

PulauHantu29's picture

As a former ZH article wrote, we may see 350% increase in oil again.

PulauHantu29's picture

Will Hillary & Obama  send troops to support these protesters in Yemen and Saudi Arabia like she is doing in Libya?