U.S.-Israeli Meeting

July 22/23, 2006 -- The Israeli invasion of Lebanon was
planned between top Israeli officials and members of the Bush
administration. On June 17 and 18, former Israeli Prime Minister
Binyamin Netanyahu and Likud Knesset member Natan Sharansky
met with Vice President Dick Cheney at the American Enterprise
Institute conference in Beaver Creek, Colorado. There, the
impending Israeli invasions of both Gaza and Lebanon were
discussed. After receiving Cheney's full backing for the
invasion of Gaza and Lebanon, Netanyahu flew back to Israel
and participated in a special "Ex-Prime Ministers" meeting,
in which he conveyed the Bush administration's support for the
carrying out of the "Clean Break" policy -- the trashing of
all past Middle East peace accords, including Oslo. Present
at the meeting, in addition to Netanyahu, were current Prime
Minister Ehud Olmert and former Prime Ministers Ehud Barak and
Shimon Peres. Former Prime Minister Yitzhak Shamir is very
old and suffers from dementia and Ariel Sharon remains in a
coma after a series of strokes.

Lebanon and Gaza invasions planned last month in Colorado
meetings between Netanyahu, Sharansky, and Cheney. (photos)

After the AEI meeting, Sharansky, who has the ear of Bush,
met with the Heritage Foundation in Washington and then
attended a June 29 seminar at Philadelphia's Main Line
Haverford School sponsored by the Middle East Forum led by
Daniel Pipes. Sharansky appeared with Pennsylvania Senator
Rick Santorum who this past Thursday was beating the war drums
against Syria, Iran, and "Islamo-fascism" in a fiery speech
at the National Press Club attended by a cheering section
composed of members of the neocon Israel Project, on whose
board Santorum serves along with Georgia Sen. Saxby Chambliss
and Virginia GOP Rep. Tom Davis.

Our Washington sources claim that the U.S.-supported invasions
of Gaza and Lebanon and the impending attacks on Syria and
Iran represent the suspected "event" predicted to take place
prior to the November election in the United States and is an
attempt to rally the American public around the Bush-Cheney
regime during a time of wider war.