>>"UN weapons inspector Blix expressed skepticism over Iraq's claims to have destroyed its stockpiles of anthrax and VX nerve agent in Time magazine. Blix said he found it "a bit odd" that Iraq, with "one of the best-organized regimes in the Arab world," would claim to have no records of the destruction of these illegal substances. "I don't see that they have acquired any credibility," Blix said. "There has to be solid evidence of everything, and if there is not evidence, or you can't find it, I simply say, 'Sorry, I don't find any evidence,' and I cannot guarantee or recommend any confidence.""<<
That was pre-1995 when Iraq DID hide evidence of a weapons program. But by '95 everything was on the table because the inspectors rooted it out.
I've already provided a link showing Blix's notes to the UN in 1997 stating there was no evidence of a nuclear program in Iraq.
Ready to throw in the towel yet?
And also, could you PLEASE provide the 1999 UN document authored by Blix and Ritter that stated Iraq had huge caches of anthrax, botulism, sarin, mustard and VX nerve agents and munitions capable of delivering chemical weapons?