About Bill Clinton and CIA Gave Iranians Blueprint for Nuclear Bomb
|April 21st, 2006||#1|
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Bill Clinton and CIA Gave Iranians Blueprint for Nuclear Bomb info
He said that the transfer of classified data to Iran was personally approved by then-President Clinton and that the CIA deliberately gave Iranian physicists blueprints for part of a nuclear bomb that likely helped Tehran advance its nuclear weapons development program.
The CIA, using a double-agent Russian scientist, handed a blueprint for a nuclear bomb to Iran, according to a new book "State of War" by James Risen, the New York Times reporter, who exposed the Bush administration's controversial NSA spying operation, claims the plans contained fatal flaws designed to derail Tehran's nuclear drive.
(Excerpt) Read more at postchronicle.com ...
Could you imagine if it were George W. Bush instead of Clinton??
Notice how much publicity it got on the TV?
No Bias in Media!
|April 22nd, 2006||#4|
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Last edited by Missileer; April 23rd, 2006 at 02:04..
|April 22nd, 2006||#5|
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"It doesn't take a hero to order men into battle. It takes a hero to be one of those men who goes into battle." - Norman Schwarskopf, Commander of Desert Storm Operations
|April 23rd, 2006||#6|
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Get over it ... info
Shame shame ... if you are going to post this type of subject/issue at least include ALL of the information NOT just the part which blackens another persons name and reputation. Your personal bias is no excuse for this behavior.
|April 23rd, 2006||#7|
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Last edited by tomtom22; April 23rd, 2006 at 01:07..
|April 23rd, 2006||#8|
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Seems to me there are two sides to "Clinton Blindness." One side can't accept that he did anything right, granted, but the other side can't seem to accept that he did anything wrong.
While there may be a grain or two of truth in the story, who knows how many different ways it's been spun to reflect one side or another.
|April 23rd, 2006||#9|
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The Clinton administration certainly had their problems when it came to loosely throwing DoD secrets around. Before coercing the Clinton administration into supplying the needed data for missile launches, none of the PRC satellite launches could get off the ground.
"A newly released document from the U.S. State Department reveals that the most successful Chinese espionage operation in recent history occurred during the Clinton administration."
"DoD believes that the scope and content of the launch failure investigation conducted by Hughes with the Chinese following the January 1995 APSTAR II failure raises national security concerns both with regard to violating those standards and to potentially contributing to China's missile capabilities," states the Defense Department report."
Clinton Overrules Secretary of State
"The alleged improper export by Hughes of satellite technology was cited as a key reason when Clinton's secretary of state, Warren Christopher, rejected a plan to give the Commerce Department full authority to control satellite exports. According to a Sept. 22, 1995, memorandum, Christopher rejected plans to give Commerce the authority to approve satellite exports after an interagency study noted that "significant" military and intelligence capabilities could be lost."
"President Clinton, who transferred the power to regulate sensitive satellites to Commerce, under Commerce Secretary Ron Brown, ultimately overruled Christopher. Clinton's transfer allowed the Chinese army to acquire advanced U.S. technology for military purposes. Hughes satellites currently provide the Chinese army with secure communications that are invulnerable to earth combat and highly accurate all-weather navigation for strike bombers and missiles."
Clinton Legacy – A New Arms Race
"The satellite and missile technology obtained from Hughes by the Chinese army is critical for the design and manufacture of missile nose cones and electronic missile control systems. The technology clearly helped the Chinese army field a new generation of ICBMS, including the Dong Feng 31 missile, which can drop three nuclear warheads on any city in the U.S.
The success of Shen is a story of missiles, politics and greed. Gen. Shen succeeded in using Hughes and President Clinton as valuable tools to obtain weapons that are now pointed at the United States. China won and the U.S. lost what may very well be the first round of World War III. Gen. Shen led that victory and he did it with a checkbook. The Clinton legacy for the 21st century is a new arms race."
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