Thursday, August 03, 2006

USA Plans for Israeli Defense Forces to Attack Syria Next....

A credible source-- The Jerusalem Post--reported on July 31,
[Israeli] Defense officials told the Post last week that they were receiving indications from the US that America would be interested in seeing Israel attack Syria.
It now appears that the following is true...
The Israeli invasion of Lebanon was planned by top Israeli officials and VP Dick Cheney. On June 17 and 18, former Israeli Prime Minister Binyamin Netanyahu and Likud Knesset met with Vice President Dick Cheney (in Beaver Creek, CO) and discussed the impending Israeli invasions of both Gaza and Lebanon. Netanyahu then participated in a special "Ex-Prime Ministers" meeting in Israely. Prime Minister Ehud Olmert and former Prime Ministers Ehud Barak and Shimon Peres participated in this meaning. There is now a "Clean Break" policy. All prior middle east peace accords will be disregarded by Israel. (Source June 22/23 Wayne Madsen)

Is this the preamble for the next part of Cheney's grand plan? To have the US illegally invade Iran?
Arch-neocon Michael Ledeen, a Karl Rove unofficial foreign policy adviser, was at the White House on July 20. They discussed a $25 million grant for planting chemical and biological weapons shells that were confiscated in Operation Desert Storm. These shells are to [be] planted inside the Iranian border to "prove" Iran planned to attack U.S. soldiers in Iraq. Wayne Madsen's website also reveals that White House sources ..."report that George W. Bush dropped by the White House meeting to offer his support to the Iranian opposition operatives."
Will the neocons ever give up on any of their war plans? Is this part of the infamous October Surprise that Karl Rove is creating to "keep the power" in November?

It appears they finally learned something from prior mistakes in Iraq. This time they will plant the evidence they need to back up their false claims.

It's tragic that they haven't learned the major lesson. Trying to make the United States a modern day Roman Empire is a road to disaster for the USA and the world.

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