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Bush's next move for Middle East Conquest

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posted on Sep, 12 2007 @ 01:03 AM
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U.S. Officials Begin Crafting Iran Bombing Plan:

Now that Iran is completely surrounded by the US Military, which is what I think was the goal all along, it appears that an attack on them before
Bush leaves office is imminent.
I realize that this article focuses on bombing alone but you know that it will not end there.
Since we now have Infantry already in place on Iran's east and western borders, I believe that after intense bombardment there will be a two pronged
attack coming from Iraq in the west and Afghanistan in the East.
I dont think they will stop until they reach Tehran..

sigh... im 38, i hope i get a very high lottery number


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Political and military officers, as well as weapons of mass destruction specialists at the State Department, are now advising Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice that the diplomatic approach favored by Burns has failed and the administration must actively prepare for military intervention of some kind. Among those advising Rice along these lines are John Rood, the assistant secretary for the Bureau of International Security and Nonproliferation; and a number of Mideast experts, including Ambassador James Jeffrey, deputy White House national security adviser under Stephen Hadley and formerly the principal deputy assistant secretary for Near Eastern affairs.

Consequently, according to a well-placed Bush administration source, "everyone in town" is now participating in a broad discussion about the costs and benefits of military action against Iran, with the likely timeframe for any such course of action being over the next eight to 10 months, after the presidential primaries have probably been decided, but well before the November 2008 elections.




 
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