Skip to comments.Rosenberg electrocution 50th Anniversary - June 19
Posted on 06/07/2003 4:50:10 PM PDT by StopGlobalWhining
On June 19, 1953, as the Yankees were playing the Chicago White Sox in Yankee Stadium, not too many miles "up the river", 2,000 volts of electricity was surging through the bodies of liberal left-wing traitors, Julius and Ethel Rosenberg. The question on this 50th anniversary of the Rosenbergs punishment is "Who did more damage to US national security - Julius and Ethel Rosenberg, or Bill and Hillary Clinton?
The stench of ammonia saturated the air. Ammonia and death. Before the three jolts of electricity killed him, Julius had urinated involuntarily and now the guard was mopping the floor and seat with ammonia.
Moments later, Julius' wife Ethel was led to the same chair. But Ethel was stubborn to the very end, even after the three jolts surged through her body. It was not until two more long shocks and almost five minutes of electricity that she was finally pronounced dead.1
1. From Does The Punishment Fit The Crime?
Recommended Reading: Year of the Rat: How Bill Clinton Compromised U.S.Security for Chinese Cash
Alamo Girls Downside Legacy archive of the Clinton scandals
When the Clintons took over the presidency in 1993, Red China lacked the capability to strike the US with even a single nuclear weapon. By the time they left the White House in 2001, Red China had between 18 and 23 ICBM's equipped with MIRV technology aimed directly ay American cities from Hawaii to Washington D.C.
The deliberate illegal transfer of American technology to the Peoples Revolutionary Army resulted in advancing Red China's intercontinental ballistic missle program by at least a decade. The Los Alamos National Laboratory security breakdown, although not initiated by the Clintons, was accelerated by Hillary's appointment of the anti-American, IQ-challenged Hazel O'Leary, as Secretary of the Department of Energy, who succeeded in destroying any remaining vestige of security at our national labs.
This breakdown in our nuclear labs has been estimated by some to have advanced the capabilities of Red China nuclear program by a generation.
But the American public was just too eager to be distracted by the fluff of the Monica scandal than to connect the dots in the deadly scandal of the Clinton years that has put hundreds of millions of American lives in danger for years to come.
And we haven't even discussed Chinese agent John Huang and the transfer of technology export controls from the State to Commerce departments yet.
Annoy a liberal, celebrate the 50th anniversary of the Rosenbergs on June 19.
ok everyone time to celebrate
This, of course, is one place where a nostalgic "Zot" might be appropriate. Good old Jukius and Ethel. Remember all the years that the other commie traitors claimed that innocent people had been executed? The anti-McCarthy foreign agents claimed that they did what they did, in part, to support the Rosenbergs. The NYT championed them for years. Then, what, in the early 90's, we got Russian files that clearly established that they were traitors and had given key military information to the Soviets? There were many others in NYC. Many are still there, today, working against our country.
To Ethel & Juius - may you comie traitors forever rot in hell!
The memory of walking down the ramps out of Yankee Stadium after the game that night and seeing the newspaper vendors yelling "Extra! Extra! Rosenbergs die in chair", and the headlines blaring DEAD with their pictures below will remain for the rest of my lifetime.
I may be completely off base about this, but Klaus Fuchs was certainly employed at Los Alamos and he certainly slipped information to the Russians
Perfect reason to have a backyard bar-b-q tonight to celebrate.
Meanwhile, spies for Red China, Bill and Hill remain free despite their treachery in exchanging American national security technology for campaign funds during the Asian campaign fundraising scandal of 1995-1996.
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