Are the Clintons Beijing agents?



The Clinton/China military relationship included the “8-Point Plan” to transfer a state-of-the-art air defense system directly to the Peoples’ Liberation Army Air Force (PLAAF)….In 1999 the Clinton Administration offered the PLAAF the latest in advanced mobile radars, command and control systems, GPS navigation, and surveillance avionics such as air to air, air to ground, and surface area movement surveillance radars. …

In 1993 Great Wall along with nine other PLA-controlled companies sold nuclear-tipped M-9 missiles to Pakistan.  In response Great Wall (but not China!) was banned from purchasing US controlled-technology such as computers….Yet the computer industry could not have made these lucrative export deals without the direct assistance of President Clinton.  In 1995 Tony Pedesta, a powerful Washington lobbyist and brother of  John Pedesta, then Clinton’s White House advisor, had a consortium of top computer CEOs attend secret meetings inside the White House.  The meetings were on computer hardware and software exports  to Russia and China.      -pp. 30, 37 of



7-8-16      Known as Yamantau Mountain (translates to ‘evil mountain’), the facility is being constructed to offer a safe place to retaliate in the event of an American nuclear attack.  To me, this represents a direct conflict of interest.  Clinton gives the Russians over one billion dollars to help them take down their nuclear weapons but instead they use that money to build a huge bunker where they can wage nuclear war on the U.S.
Not only that, the Russian Strategic Rocket Forces issued a statement suggesting that nuclear missiles can be secretly deployed at the base as part of what is being called the “dead-hand doomsday system” where nuclear missiles can still be fired automatically by a command program.  This means even after Russian leadership is destroyed, and no one is there to push the ‘button’, missiles will be fired automatically against the perpetrators allowing for complete destruction on a world wide scale.  By April 1996, reports confirmed the automatic nuclear attack system listing it as being in the final stages of operation.

It’s more than a coincidence that 1996 saw a massive Russian military build up including major improvements to the Tu-95 and Tu-160 strategic nuclear bombers as well as the long range cruise missiles they carry.  Money had also made it possible to design and construct a new class of nuclear submarines called “the Borei-class strategic missile boat.”  At least part of Russia’s miraculous financial bonanza is the direct result of United States money.  As usual, all the public knows is that the U.S. is helping Russia to “dismantle” some of its nuclear programs.


6-30-98     It finally started to dawn on Congress that Clinton and his Democratic Party may have received illegal campaign contributions from the Red Chinese military for the purpose of facilitating technology transfers that would imperil U.S. National Security.  On May 21st the House managed to scrape up enough moral outrage to pass a resolution urging Clinton to “cooperate” with a congressional investigation into the affair.

Other U.S. companies have pressured Clinton to relax export controls so they could also sell a variety of military technologies, from encryption control chips to satellites.  Many of these companies were DNC contributors, and many promised votes if they could obtain lucrative Red Chinese contracts.  The entire affair is a labyrinth of favors and payoffs with the tragic end result now staring Americans in the face. China now has thirteen nuclear missiles targeting U.S. cities, thanks, in part, to President Clinton and his corporate handlers.  In fulfillment of Lenin’s prophecy, the West had sold the rope with which it would be hung.

The Chinese had already moved the visit up from November to June when it would coincide with the 1989 Tiananmen massacre.  The Chinese then demanded Clinton receive his official greeting, not at the airport like Nixon did, but on the red carpet at the Tiananmen Square.  (Clinton did so.)…The Chinese also demanded that Clinton not meet any dissidents while in China and not visit Japan, South Korea, or Taiwan — a symbolic gesture that would imply Red China’s preeminence among the Asian allies, none of which brutalize their citizens as China does.  Clinton conceded on this as well. Finally, the White House conceded that it had relinquished control of the visit to the Chinese all together.

The Chinese weren’t finished, however.  The day before Clinton departed, China canceled the visas of three American journalists from Radio Free Asia that were to travel with the president. These journalists had been critical of the Chinese regime.  To demand that they be allowed to come would be to support the American ideal of freedom of speech. True to his character, Clinton gave in on this demand as well.  When criticized for it at home he weakly replied, “We do not ignore the value of symbols … but in the end, if the choice is between making a symbolic point and making a real difference, I choose to make the difference.”


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