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Blix criticizes U.S. over Iraq
Washington Post ^
| Grant McCool
Posted on 06/23/2003 10:30:26 PM PDT by squidly
Edited on 06/24/2003 6:15:54 AM PDT by Admin Moderator.
UN Arms Inspector Blix Criticizes U.S. Over Iraq By Grant McCool NEW YORK (Reuters) - The longer the United States and Britain occupy Iraq without finding weapons of mass destruction, the more conceivable it is that Baghdad destroyed them after the first Gulf War in 1991, chief U.N. weapons inspector Hans Blix said on Monday. Blix, to retire next week after heading inspections before the U.S.-led war on Iraq began in March, also spoke critically at a think tank meeting of one of Washington's key arguments for overthrowing Iraq President Saddam Hussein. "It is sort of fascinating that you can have 100 percent certainty about weapons of mass destruction and zero certainty of about where they are," Blix said at the Council on Foreign Relations in New York.
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TOPICS: Foreign Affairs
KEYWORDS: hansblix; inspections; iraq; massdestruction; notanexcerpt; unitednations; weapons
because your Blix, your Blix, is on my list....
posted on 06/23/2003 10:30:26 PM PDT
speaking out now proves Blix was a hand puppet
if there were no WMD,time would defend Blix
but it seems more so,time is AGAINST the puppet Blix.
Oh, shut up, Hans. Yo time is up!
posted on 06/23/2003 10:37:54 PM PDT
I refuse to listen to a man who can't even pick out a pair of glasses that fit!!
He can't even find a good optometrist.
Can a nation go to war against one man??? Or can the CIA just pop Blix off???? If I were in charge I'd tie him to the back of a mule and drag him over Swedish....well something that is sharp and made in Sweden, I guess moose antlers and cheese.
posted on 06/23/2003 10:53:18 PM PDT
(I support US total global, world domination; how's that for sensitive??)
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