posted on Jan, 24 2008 @ 02:38 AM
Former U.S. ambassador to the UN John Bolton said on Tuesday that there is almost no chance that U.S. President George W. Bush will approve a military
strike on Iran before he leaves office in January 2009.
"It's close to zero percent chance that the Bush Administration will authorize military action against Iran before leaving office," he said.
Bolton addressed the Herzliya Conference of the Institute for Policy and Strategy, as part of a panel discussion on Iran's nuclear program.
Pro-Israel warmonger Bolton says there is little chance Bush will approve a military strike on Iran. It is game over for Bush, most of his friends
have already fled the battlefield such as Rove, Bolton and Rumsfeld.
All they care about now is to avoid media attention and getting away with the crimes they have committed. It seems that the influential individuals
and lobby groups have lost control of their puppet: Bush. Why would Bush start a war with Iran at the end of his term? It would only strengthen the
desire by some to bring him to court.
However, for Israel this is a huge problem.
If the US does not attack Iran, how could they deal with them? Israel certainly has a powerful military, but I don't expect its military to be
capable of launching a successful air campaign on Iran without help from the US navy and airforce. Iran is a complex country and to be successful,
there's a need for a massive number of jets.
So what to expect?
It's either the powerful people we don't know of that will give approval for a false flag operation to force US intervention, by faking an Iranian
attack on e.g. the US navy.
Another option is that Israel will launch an attack on Iran by itself or commit a false flag operation on a US target. This happened before and if
necessary they will certainly do it again.