From the June 2008 Idaho Observer:

Many subtle signs that a U.S./Israel attack on Iran imminent

There has been a flurry of activity indicating that the long-anticipated joint U.S./Israeli attack on Iran is imminent. The following has been excerpted from updates provided by Citizens for Legitimate Government:

16 Jun 2008—Iran has withdrawn around $75 billion from Europe to prevent the assets from being blocked under threatened new sanctions over Tehran’s disputed nuclear ambitions, an Iranian weekly said.

16 Jun 2008—Prime Minister Gordon Brown said Britain is pushing the European Union to impose new sanctions against Iran, including freezing the assets of its biggest bank, to pressure the nation to give up its nuclear program. "Britain will urge Europe, and Europe will agree to take further sanctions against Iran," Brown said in London at a press conference with U.S. President [sic] George W. Bush.

16 Jun 2008—The Israeli government no longer believes that sanctions can prevent Iran from building nuclear weapons. A broad consensus in favor of a military strike against Tehran’s nuclear facilities —without the Americans, if necessary—is beginning to take shape

17 Jun 2008—President Bush has warned Iran that military action is still "on the table" if Iran fails to respond to tightening diplomatic pressure to abandon its nuclear weapons program. The EU is planning to announce the freezing of all overseas assets of the main bank in Iran. Sanctions are also to be tightened on gas and oil exports by Iran.

19 Jun 2008—The head of the United Nations atomic watchdog has said he would offer his resignation if the major powers make serious threats against Iran over its nuclear program. "A military invasion against Iran would pose great danger to the Middle East and the world," Mohamed ElBaradei told Dubai-based television station Al Arabiya which aired on June 16.

20 Jun 2008—The Israeli Air Force (IAF) carried out a major military drill during the first week of June that U.S. sources say was apparently a rehearsal for a potential attack on Iran’s nuclear sites, the News York Times reported. More than 100 IAF F-16 and F-15 fighter jets took part in the exercise, which was carried out over the eastern Mediterranean and over Greece, the officials said.

~Citizens for Legitimate Government