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LWW
10-15-2007, 04:31 AM
An oldie but still relevant. Much is made of the supposed KR treason, and maybe that will be what history decides...but I doubt it. OTOH here is a story about another administration, and mainly sourced from Sam Smith who edits the liberal online news service the Progressive Review, along with such rabid right wing sources as the New York Times...the US D of J (Clinton's D of J)...the US Dept of State (Clinton's Dept of State)...the London Sunday Times...Newsweek...the Wall Street Journal...the Associated Press...the NSA, and others. Now we will have a standard of which to measure treason by:
all compiled neat and tidy on this forum and here--->http://www.newsmax.com/archives/articles/2001/2/21/181251.shtmlnow to me this is like comparing Al Capone to a kid thieving a piece of penny candy.

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The Chinese connection exploded with the arrival of the Clinton administration. A younger crowd of American politicians had skipped the part about patriotism, about the pledge of allegiance, about loyalty not only to country but to much of anything other than themselves. The Clinton policy toward China was merely an extension of these values: What's in it for us and how soon? The notion of national security was almost alien to them...Here are just a few of the things that happened along the way:

• Named Commerce Secretary, Ron Brown treated his post as just another place to wheel and deal. He was irrepressible, on one occasion okaying the sale of new American engines for China to put in its cruise missiles. The engines had been built as military equipment but Brown reclassified them as civilian.

• Neither was Brown above doing a little business on the side. The Saudis wanted some American planes; Brown told them: You want the planes, you also want a phone contract with ATT. Cost of the planes and hardware: $6 billion. Cost of the phone contract: $4 billion. Part of the deal, it turned out, was an ATT side agreement with a firm called First International. The owner: Ron Brown

• Former London Sunday Times correspondent James Adams wrote a book in which he described the Chinese success with the Clinton crowd as "an espionage coup of epic proportions."

• According to the New York Times, Clinton removed $2 billion in trade with China from national security scrutiny. Among the results: 77 supercomputers – capable of 13 billion calculations per second – that could scramble and unscramble secret data and design nuclear weapons.

• President Clinton signed national security waivers to allow four U.S. commercial satellites to be launched in China, despite evidence that China was exporting nuclear and missile technology to Pakistan and Iran, among other nations. One of these satellites belonged to Loral. Nine days later a Chinese Long March rocket carrying a $200 million satellite belonging to Loral failed in mid-flight.

A subsequent lawsuit charged that the circuit board from the highly classified encryption device in the satellite was found to be missing when the Chinese returned debris from the explosion to U.S. authorities, even though a control box containing the circuit board was recovered intact. After the crash, NSA reportedly changed the encoded algorithms used by U.S. satellites because of the apparent release of highly classified information.

• President Clinton approved a waiver allowing the launch of another satellite on board a Chinese rocket, despite a recommendation by the Department of Justice that the waiver would have a significant adverse impact on any prosecution arising from its pending investigation of Loral.

• The New York Times reported in 1998 that the Defense Technology Security Administration said Loral's unauthorized release of sensitive technology to the Chinese gave rise to at least three "major" violations of U.S. national security, three medium violations and 12 "minor" infractions.

• Throughout these dealings, the CEO of Loral, Bernard Schwartz, contributed at least $1.5 million to the Democrats, making him the single largest contributor to these groups during the period in question.

• Softwar newsletter reported that that some of the radios and cell phones being used by Chinese police in their campaign against dissidents were those sold to the Chinese by Motorola after Clinton overrode human rights objections by the State Department.

• In the end, the brunt of the evidence was that the Chinese had obtained more American military secrets over the past two decades than had all the previous spies in American history put together. They had basic information on all nuclear weapons systems, they got our most advanced supercomputers, they gained extraordinarily important information about satellite systems. Some of this knowledge they used for themselves; some they retrofitted and repackaged and sold to other countries like Iraq, where it was used against our own fighter planes.

• Three major players in the China scandal – John Huang, Charlie Trie and Johnny Chung – were all allowed by the Justice Department to cop pleas.

• Newsweek quoted intelligence officials as saying that the Chinese "penetration is total. They are deep into the [U.S. nuclear weapons] labs' black programs."

• In an AP story ignored by major media, former CIA Director R. James Woolsey accused the Clinton administration of pursuing a policy of appeasement toward China and likened it to the way Britain and France dealt with Nazi Germany on Czechoslovakia before World War II.

• Operating with an interim top secret clearance (but without FBI investigation or foreign security check) Commerce official Huang requested several top secret files on China just before a meeting with the Chinese ambassador. Huang and the Riadys then held a meeting with Clinton. Not long after, Huang went to work as a Democratic fund-raiser, but remained on Commerce's payroll as a $10,000-a-month consultant. Huang raised $5 million for the campaign. About a third of that was returned as having come from illegal sources. Among the problem contributions: $250,000 to the DNC from five Chinese businessmen in order to have a brief meeting with Clinton at a fund raiser.

• Macao businessman Ng Lap Seng, closely linked to a couple of major Chinese-owned enterprises, was regularly bringing in large sums of money to the United States, according to customs records. On one occasion, he arrived with $175,000 and then two days later met with Charlie Trie and Mark Middleton at the White House. That evening Ng sat at Clinton's table at a DNC fund raiser....the basic rule, laid down in 1613 by John Harington: "Treason doth never prosper: what's the reason? Why, if it prosper, none dare call it treason." <hr /></blockquote>
What say ye anyone?

LWW

bamadog
10-15-2007, 11:20 AM
LWW, this is a devastating indictment of the Clinton Crime Family.
So, of course, it will be ignored by the "truth seekers" here.

Chopstick
10-15-2007, 11:54 AM
<blockquote><font class="small">Quote bamadog:</font><hr> LWW, this is a devastating indictment of the Clinton Crime Family.
So, of course, it will be ignored by the "truth seekers" here. <hr /></blockquote>

Just a question, do you guys believe that guy really suicided himself in the Whitewater thing?

LWW
10-15-2007, 12:18 PM
I don't think he was murdered if that's the question.

The unanswered question is why he did it and why the Clintonista went into full panic mode and all his files regarding the Clintons were shredded and burnt at the Rose Law Firm.

Yet, amazingly, our leftist brethren were unbothered.

LWW

LAMas
10-15-2007, 04:26 PM
The list goes on and on.

http://www.zpub.com/un/un-bc-body.html

Vince Foster - Former white House councelor, and colleague of Hillary Clinton at Little Rock's Rose law firm. Died of a gunshot wound to the head, ruled a suicide