Explosive revelations that Gorelick memo was designed to protect chinese fundraising

Discussion in 'Politics' started by AAAintheBeltway, May 27, 2004.

  1. The infamous memo drafted by Democrat fixer Jamie Gorelick when she was Deputy Attorney General that blocked intelligence sharing was part of a complicated plan to conceal clinton's rampant campaign finance violations. These violations involved vast illegal contributions to the Democrat party and Clinton, and were the apparent quid pro quo for technology transfers to China that benefitted its nuclear and missile programs. While at least the outlines of the clinton campaign violations have been known, the role Gorelick and her memo played has only recently come to light. Briefly, it was part of a plan to concentrate control of all intelligence activities in the hands of trusted party operatives who would then control access to politically sensitive investigations. Unfortunately, in their zeal to conceal fundraising violations and possible espionage, they also impeded investigations that could have prevented 9/11.

    The ultimate irony is that Gorelick sits on the 9/11 Commission and has used her role to try to blame the Bush administration for allowing 9/11. Perhaps she should be sitting in front of a grand jury instead.

  2. The Bush-Kim-Moon Triangle of Money
    At odds over North Korea, George W. Bush and South Korean President Kim Dae Jung have one thing in common: behind the scenes, both have benefited from Rev. Sun Myung Moon's largesse. March 10, 2001

    Rev. Moon, the Bushes & Donald Rumsfeld
    Defense Secretary-designate Donald Rumsfeld criticizes President Clinton for not blocking North Korea's missile program, but Rev. Sun Myung Moon -- a Bush family benefactor -- allegedly was giving the communist leaders hard currency they needed. By Robert Parry. January 3, 2001.

    Rev. Moon, North Korea & the Bushes
    New documents reveal that U.S. intelligence tracked secret payments from Rev. Sun Myung Moon to North Korean leaders, a development that could embarrass the Bush family. By Robert Parry. October 11, 2000

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