Wednesday, July 6, 2016

THE CHILCOT REPORT--1998 The Origin of "Unfettered Access"--PRESIDENT CLINTON & REGIME CHANGE

TO HADONG BRIDGE
FROM LEPER COLONY
SUBJ HUSSEIN FLIPFLOPS IN NOVEMBER

(TU CAU FWD)--Again acting alone and against the will of the Security Council, President Clinton has no other choice but to part ways with his allies and demand stronger action be taken against Hussein. he is at least not acting completely alone and is handed an ultimatum with numerous signatures that eventually leads to a regime change policy in Iraq, the Iraq Liberation Act, long before Blair and Bush decide to go it alone with the rest of the coalition:


It is on or about this time that the watchphrase of the decade would emerge regarding the Iraqi menace and the weapons inspections---

THE DAY--NOV 16, 1998



(OCR UNEDITED)--

Iraq on Saturday sent a series of letters to the United Nations that eventually led the White House to conclude Baghdad was ready to comply with the Security Council-ordered weapons inspections. President Clinton canceled an ordered military strike against Iraq early Saturday when he received word that Saddam was backing down. Saddam's government fails to keep its word, Clinton said, overwhelming forcer°. mains an option. "We remain ready to act," he said. The president said Iraq must allow in-spectors

 "unfettered access"

to view any site they wish; it must turn over all rele-vant documents on chemical and biologi-cal weapons production; and it must not ...


THE REST IS HISTORY--FWD ALL UNITS FROM HILL 55 TO THE ROCKPILE--









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