Was Prime Minister Olmert's recent admission regarding his actions in March 2006 to allow us to connect the dots to President Bush's remarks made at the same time?
Hewlett Harbor, NY (PRWEB) March 22, 2007
Prime Minister Olmert admitted to planning a war in March 2006, presciently based on the kidnappings of Israeli soldiers which took place in June and July 2006. According to leading geopolitical analyst, Joseph Ehrlich, Olmert made such an incredible admission to help Israel abate continuing pressures from the West to generate conflict with Syria and Iran.
Mr. Ehrlich raised the question, "Was Prime Minister Olmert's recent admission regarding his actions in March 2006 to allow us to connect the dots to President Bush's remarks made at the same time?"
Clarity By Joseph Ehrlich highlighted President Bush saying, in March 2006, to wit, at the very time Olmert identified that he is planning a war predicated on the kidnapping of Israeli soldiers:
"I made it clear, and I'll make it clear again, that we will use military might to protect our ally Israel," said Bush, who was apparently referring to Iranian President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad's call for the destruction of Israel. (Source: http://www.breitbart.com/article.php?id=060320195105.4089dcoq&show_article=1)
If Olmert's recent admission regarding his actions in "March 2006" was to allow us to connect the dots to President Bush's remarks made at the same time, then Israel needs the Winograd Commission to give it a way to assuage such pressures from Western governments. If so, the Bush administration needs to deflect those findings early on. Thus, according to Joseph Ehrlich, Bolton's own admission is intended to deflect the severity of the findings the White House now anticipates from the Winograd Commission. ('Bolton Admits Lebanon Truce Block' http://news.bbc.co.uk/2/hi/middle_east/6479377.stm) According to the BBC report, Bolton said 'he was 'damned proud of what we did' to prevent an early ceasefire.'
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Is Immediate Term Political Mayhem and Chaos Israel's Solution?
In his new book Clarity, soon to be at major retailers, Joseph Ehrlich relays that this coercion against Israel is not limited to the Bush White House but will be one pursued by any new US administration. The new realities for Israel, seen during the summer, where both Tel-Aviv and Haifa faced putative destruction by new weapons in the hands of Iran, supplied by China and North Korea, compelled Israel to reassess its relationship with those Western governments cajoling it to trigger a regional war.
Thus, Israel may be entering a period where its prime ministers and key military leaders face deliberately short lived times in office to help alleviate the enormous pressures on Israel.
Clarity By Joseph Ehrlich answers over thirty historically difficult questions including one destined to be at the forefront of the Winograd Commission findings: If Olmert planned the war in advance, why was the IDF unprepared for it?
Mr. Ehrlich gave the answer to this question in November 2002 (see http://www.rense.com/general31/thebushdoubledouble.htm). The answer, according to Mr. Ehrlich, is that Israel did not launch its military campaign to defeat Hezbollah, but to generate a regional conflict, allowing the Bush administration an open portal to enter both Syria and Iran "to defend its friend," Israel. What Clarity By Joseph Ehrlich explains is that President Bush did not expect much of an Israel to remain if Israel did trigger a regional war this past summer.
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