Going to "the mattresses" it seems or at least to Chapter 7, note the America hating, Jew hating, reporter - not sure which weekly she was from.
Reporter: Sir, you’ve talked quite often about the credibility of the U.N., and it seems that...
Ambassador Bolton: And so has Secretary Rice recently.
Reporter: Yes, and Rice has, as well. But that seems to work in your favor when they do what you want them to. But you violated the U.N. Charter when you went to war against Iraq, and you consistently lied to us about the reasons that we went to war. And this war was drawn up in Herzliya, Israel, in 1996 with the Project for a New American Century. And, you know, why do you have credibility other than that you’ve just got the biggest guns?
Ambassador Bolton: Can I ask what media outlet you’re from?
Reporter: Muslims Weekly.
Ambassador Bolton: I see. We did not violate the U.N. Charter in the war to overthrow Saddam Hussein. And that plan was not drawn up at Herzliya at the Project for a New American Century.
Ambassador Bolton: Okay, well, then perhaps you can refer them to somebody.
Reporter: When you make the case for the Chapter 7 resolution, which requires threats to peace, what is the case you will make?
Ambassador Bolton: I think that the evidence of Iran’s efforts to acquire a nuclear weapons, its extensive program to achieve a ballistic missile capability of longer and longer range and greater accuracy, constitutes a classic threat to international peace and security, especially when combined with Iran's long status as the world’s leading state sponsor of terrorism. The purpose of acting under Chapter 7 is to invoke the mandatory compliance features of Chapter 7, which, as a resolution of the Security Council under Chapter 7, would be binding on all U.N. members. Therefore, it’s not a matter of discretion for Iran. They have to comply or the Security Council is free to take other steps.
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