The resolution sponsored by Rep. Ro Khanna and Senator Sanders should have been publicly debated, providing a forum that over several days would have prepared and braced the public for what’s brewing in Yemen. Yesterday, November 14, there were NEWS reports about a missile being fired by the Yemeni Sana’a resistance into Hodeidah; but missing its’ target and flying into the ocean. No. The Yemeni Sana’a resistance did not fire upon itself. The missile is a loud warning that the Saudi, Emirati, Western, Arab authoritarian "Coalition’ has finally gone too far, for too long. They invaded Yemen in 2015, have waged a war full of atrocities and famine. There was no equivalent military aggression prior to 2015 that would have justified the invasion. None. The borders had been very quiet. Since 2015, preferring caution, the Yemeni-Sana’a resistance have restrained themselves, hoping for a conventional resolution of the conflict. Until now. after an excruciating boil of famine, atrocity, thirst, hunger, blockade, denial of medicine, the lid has blown off; un-detected by the President of the United States or the Republican Congress, who behave like robots that have lost their code. The Yemeni-Sana’a have in effect announced that they will begin making more lethal missile attacks on "Coalition’ naval traffic through the Bab Al Mandeb and Red Sea, as defense against lethal assaults on Hodeidah and northern Yemen (where the majority of Yemeni live) And that’s in Yemen; while in the Persian Gulf and globally, Washington is triggering a chain reaction by enforcement of a sanctions/blockade of Iranian oil, commerce and finance. The missile fired over Hodeidah by its’ defenders is a warning, about what to expect if we don’t declare a ceasefire in Yemen, now; and don’t halt the sanctions blockade of Iranian finance and commerce, now.