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The Idiot's Guide to Chinagate
RichardPoe.com ^ | May 26, 2003 | Richard Poe

Posted on 05/26/2003 9:43:13 AM PDT by Richard Poe

CHINA WILL LIKELY replace the USA as world leader, said Bill Clinton in a recent Washington Post interview. It is just a matter of time. Clinton should know. He has personally done more to build China’s military strength than any man on earth.

Most Americans have heard of the so-called "Chinagate " scandal. Few understand its deadly import, however. Web sites such as "Chinagate for Dummies" and its companion "More Chinagate for Dummies" offer some assistance. Unfortunately, with a combined total of nearly 8,000 words, these two sites – like so many others of the genre – offer more detail than most of us "dummies" can absorb.

For that reason, in the 600 words left in this column, I will try to craft my own "Idiot’s Guide to Chinagate," dedicated to all those busy folks like you and me whose attention span tends to peter out after about 750 words. Here goes.

When Bill Clinton took office in 1993, China presented no threat to the United States. Chinese missiles "couldn’t hit the side of a barn," notes Timothy W. Maier of Insight magazine. They could barely reach Taiwan and would likely miss their targets once they got there.

Thanks to Bill Clinton, China can now hit any city in the USA, using state-of-the-art, solid-fueled missiles with dead-accurate, computerized guidance systems and multiple warheads.

China probably has suitcase nukes as well. These enable China to strike by proxy – equipping nuclear-armed terrorists to do their dirty work, while the Chinese play innocent. Some intelligence sources claim that China maintains secret stockpiles of chemical, biological and nuclear weapons on U.S. soil, for just such contingencies.

In 1997, Clinton allowed China to take over the Panama Canal. The Chinese company Hutchison Whampoa leased the ports of Cristobal and Balboa, on the east and west openings of the canal respectively, thus controlling access both ways. A public outcry stopped Clinton in 1998 from leasing California’s Long Beach Naval Yard to the Chinese firm COSCO. Even so, China can now strike U.S. targets easily from their bases in Panama, Vancouver and the Bahamas.

How did China catch up so fast? Easy. We sold them all the technology they needed – or handed it over for free. Neither neglect nor carelessness are to blame. Bill Clinton did it on purpose.

As a globalist, Clinton promotes "multipolarity"– the doctrine that no country (such as the USA) should be allowed to gain decisive advantage over others.

To this end, Clinton appointed anti-nuclear activist Hazel O’Leary to head the Department of Energy. O’Leary set to work "leveling the playing field," as she put it, by giving away our nuclear secrets. She declassified 11 million pages of data on U.S. nuclear weapons and loosened up security at weapons labs.

Federal investigators later concluded that China made off with the "crown jewels" of our nuclear weapons research under Clinton’s open-door policy – probably including design specifications for suitcase nukes.

Meanwhile, Clinton and his corporate cronies raked in millions.

In his book The China Threat, Washington Times correspondent Bill Gertz describes how the system worked. Defense contractors eager to sell technology to China poured millions of dollars into Clinton’s campaign. In return, Clinton called off the dogs. Janet Reno and other counterintelligence officials stood down while Lockheed Martin, Hughes Electronics, Loral Space & Communications and other U.S. companies helped China modernize its nuclear strike force.

"We like your president. We want to see him reelected," former Chinese intelligence chief General Ji Shengde told Chinagate bagman Johnny Chung.

Indeed, Chinese intelligence organized a massive covert operation aimed at tilting the 1996 election Clinton’s way.

Clinton’s top campaign contributors for 1992 were Chinese agents; his top donors in 1996 were U.S. defense contractors selling missile technology to China.

Clinton recieved funding directly from known or suspected Chinese intelligence agents, among them James and Mochtar Riady who own the Indonesian Lippo Group; John Huang; Charlie Trie; Ted Sioeng; Maria Hsia; Wang Jun and others.

Commerce Secretary Ron Brown served as Clinton’s front man in many Chinagate deals. When investigators began probing Brown’s Lippo Group and Chinagate connections, Brown died suddenly in a suspicious April 1996 plane crash.

Needless to say, China does not share Clinton’s enthusiasm for globalism or multipolarity. The Chinese look out for Number One.

"War [with the United States] is inevitable; we cannot avoid it," said Chinese Defense Minister General Chi Haotian in 2000. "The issue is that the Chinese armed forces must control the initiative in this war."

Bill Clinton has given them a good start.

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Richard Poe is a New York Times bestselling author and cyberjournalist. His book The Seven Myths of Gun Control is due out in paperback in August 2003. Poe’s forthcoming book, The New Underground: How Conservatives Conquered the Internet will be available soon.


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1 posted on 05/26/2003 9:43:13 AM PDT by Richard Poe
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To: Richard Poe
Bump.
2 posted on 05/26/2003 9:44:44 AM PDT by Rocko
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To: Richard Poe
Succinct and on target. Great post.
3 posted on 05/26/2003 9:53:34 AM PDT by LisaFab (Free Miguel Estrada!)
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To: Richard Poe; Alamo-Girl
Thanks for this greta post. China and the abject treasonous support given that regime by our own leaders is going to lead to very big trouble IMHO. I try and warn of it in my Dragon's Fury Series

Also, please check out Alamo-girl's ...

There is great info about Chinagate at the DSL too.

4 posted on 05/26/2003 9:55:42 AM PDT by Jeff Head
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To: Richard Poe
bump
5 posted on 05/26/2003 9:59:20 AM PDT by Freee-dame
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To: Richard Poe
Perhaps the media have it all wrong, then. Maybe Bill Clinton was our first Chinese president, rather than the first black one.
6 posted on 05/26/2003 10:39:12 AM PDT by Major Matt Mason (np Richard Thompson, "The Old Kit Bag")
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To: Richard Poe
I am currently reading Bill Gertz's "The China Threat". As the quote from Gordon Liddy on the back cover states "...this will scare the hell out of you".

The Clintons should be tried for treason, period.
7 posted on 05/26/2003 10:45:55 AM PDT by americanSoul
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To: Richard Poe
It's only May, but this article gets my vote for the most important article of the year. This is both THE most important AND underreported story of the entire 20th Century. An American President sells out his own country for illegal campaign cash he wound up not being able to use!!! But because it lacks sex, brevity, and because it takes an above 75 IQ to understand,(and because it is about the leader of the Democrat party) the story was not given the attention it deserved.

The excuse making and buck passing and spin doctoring will continue, even after the first couple of cities on the West Coast are obliterated by Chinese missiles.

THank you Richard for the websites, and KEEP ON FREEPIN' ON!!!

8 posted on 05/26/2003 10:48:05 AM PDT by Captainpaintball
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To: Richard Poe; All
"Has that clinton "legacy" made you feel safer yet?"

Lest Americans ever forget why the clintons, and all their enablers need to be hectored, hounded, and harried into silence, until "clintonese is only spoken in Hell," look here:

http://www.freerepublic.com/focus/news/765080/posts
The Clinton Files
various links | 10-08-02 | The Heavy Equipment Guy
 
http://www.freerepublic.com/focus/news/723210/posts
Liars-- and Sleaze, Incorporated... ( my files on the clintons and friends )
various links | 7-27-02 | The Heavy Equipment Guy
 
http://www.freerepublic.com/focus/fr/611951/posts
Hodgepodge O' Hillary
various links | 01-20-02 | backhoe
 
http://www.freerepublic.com/focus/news/771000/posts
The Atomic Genie- what we have about North Korea's Nuclear program
various FR posts | 10-17-02 | The Heavy Equipment Guy

There are, of course, what I consider my "most damaging" set of hard-core links:

The Cost of Life (Clinton/Gore Sellout of Security for Campaign Contributions) **FR EXCLUSIVE** #2

CIA Officials Reveal What Went Wrong – Clinton to Blame

Is Bill Clinton Responsible for September 11?

Catastrophic intelligence Failure - Clinton's Bin Laden GATE

-Murder, Inc.--

-The number of "suicides" for people linked to this and other Clinton-related cases--

-ATTENTION BLOODHOUNDS--

-Women in the Clinton Era: Abuse,Intimidation and Smears--

-SEND JUANITA BROADDRICK VIDEO TO THOSE WHO WANT CLINTON TO SPEAK--

Nothing phony about response to Hillary at fete

Hillary's delegates spit on and taunt Police Honor Guard at her Convention

-Hillary Clinton-What America Needs to Know--

-Sen. Hillary Clinton--NewsMax.com Hot Topics--

Boo Hillary! The Video***

9 posted on 05/26/2003 10:58:27 AM PDT by backhoe (A nuke for every Kook ( NK, Iraq, Iran, Pak, India... )- what a Clinton "legacy...")
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To: Richard Poe
a boon to those of us who like to keep records. thanks.
10 posted on 05/26/2003 11:13:29 AM PDT by demosthenes the elder (If *I* can afford $5/month to support FR: SO CAN YOU)
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To: Jeff Head
Thank you so much for the heads up and for linking to the DSL! Hugs!
11 posted on 05/26/2003 11:13:50 AM PDT by Alamo-Girl
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To: Richard Poe
MEGA BUMP!!
12 posted on 05/26/2003 11:42:58 AM PDT by conservativecorner
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To: Richard Poe
Two corrections. First, China probably doesn't have suitcase nukes. If they've achieved that level of miniaturization in bomb-making, their new ICBMs should be MIRVed with 6-8 warheads. To the best of my knowledge they're only able to mount 3 or 4 on an ICBM.

Second, it's ridiculous to say that before Clinton, China's missiles could "barely reach Taiwan". Their first limited-range ICBMs were operational by the mid-70s. The first full-range ICBM was tested in 1971, though it wasn't successfully tested until a decade later. However it is true that the accuracy (CEP) of their warheads and reliability of their rockets has improved exponentially in only the last decade.
13 posted on 05/26/2003 12:28:28 PM PDT by Filibuster_60
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To: Richard Poe
An excellent thumbnail sketch, Mr. Poe! Here's my question: In light of the gross and obvious treason that took place, why is it that the entire Republican establishment, George W. Bush included, has done absolutely nothing to either prosecute those involved or halt the sale of sensitive military technology to China? A report surfaced on Frontpage magazine last month that detailed the transfer of a munitions plant in Indiana responsible for the "smart bombs" used in Iraq to China - evidently with the full approval of Bush and the Republicans. While I sincerely hope that Bill Clinton is one day brought to face the tip of a needle for his treason, he is certainly not alone.
14 posted on 05/26/2003 12:42:38 PM PDT by Bogolyubski
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To: All
"Pantex" is the final assembly plant for nuclear weapons,and is located in the Texas Panhandle, near Amarillo, Texas. It is under contract from the government to a company called BWXT (Mason-Hanger, Silas Mason Co., Inc. used to be the contractor). A couple of years ago, I was listening to a talk radio program about the Chinese company Hutchison Whampoa and how it leases the Panama Canal. The female caller said that she had been told BWXT ALSO was owned by Hutchison Whampoa! Not a great thing, if true!

I have searched every way I know to prove or disprove this, and haven't been able to find much out. If anyone knows anything about this, I'd appreciate hearing it.
15 posted on 05/26/2003 2:20:26 PM PDT by Maria S
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To: Filibuster_60
China probably doesn't have suitcase nukes.

Good point, though this is disputable. The Chinese may consider miniaturization technology more vital for terrorist use than for MIRVing, in which case they might refrain from mounting more warheads on an ICBM, for now, in order to prevent us from discovering their capabilities.

...it's ridiculous to say that before Clinton, China's missiles could "barely reach Taiwan."

Thank you for the correction. You are right, of course. I have fixed the error in the other published versions of this column, on NewsMax.com and RichardPoe.com.

16 posted on 05/26/2003 2:42:19 PM PDT by Richard Poe
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To: Richard Poe
Excellent post! bump'n'keep
17 posted on 05/26/2003 2:49:15 PM PDT by CGVet58 (I still miss my ex-wife... but my aim is improving!)
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To: Mia T
Bump
18 posted on 05/26/2003 2:50:26 PM PDT by Incorrigible
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To: Richard Poe
Corrected version...

When Bill Clinton took office in 1993, China presented little threat to the United States. Chinese missiles "couldn’t hit the side of a barn," notes Timothy W. Maier of Insight magazine. Few could reach North America and those that made it would likely miss their targets.


19 posted on 05/26/2003 2:56:25 PM PDT by Richard Poe
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To: Richard Poe
someday billy boy will pay for his treason........
20 posted on 05/26/2003 2:56:34 PM PDT by The Wizard (Saddamocrats are enemies of America, treasonous everytime they speak)
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To: Filibuster_60
To the best of my knowledge they're only able to mount 3 or 4 warheads on an ICBM.

Whew!

Thanks. That's a relief.

21 posted on 05/26/2003 5:45:01 PM PDT by Republic If You Can Keep It
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To: Squantos
Check out #15.
22 posted on 05/26/2003 10:43:16 PM PDT by Jeff Head
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To: The Wizard; Mia T; Richard Poe; backhoe; oldglory; Luke FReeman; sheikdetailfeather
"someday billy boy will pay for his treason........"


23 posted on 05/27/2003 5:48:30 AM PDT by Matchett-PI (Marxist DemocRATS, Nader-Greens, and Religious Zealots = a clear and present danger to our Freedoms.)
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To: Richard Poe
"CHINA WILL LIKELY replace the USA as world leader, said Bill Clinton in a recent Washington Post interview. It is just a matter of time. Clinton should know. He has personally done more to build China’s military strength than any man on earth."

And if Clinton is successful in landing that position as head of the UN and/or his marital partner in crime becomes the US president, you can bet that they will help China replace the USA as world leader as quickly as they can.

Bump for your "Idiot's Guide to Chinagate"! It's great!

24 posted on 05/27/2003 6:15:54 AM PDT by Matchett-PI (Marxist DemocRATS, Nader-Greens, and Religious Zealots = a clear and present danger to our Freedoms.)
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To: Maria S; Alamo-Girl; belmont_mark; Travis McGee
I have also not heard of this. Will have to do a lot of digging, I'm afraid.

But I have found a number of links to BWXT on the Web, which indicates that BWXT is currently held by the large energy conglomerate, McDermott. As to the linkage of Hutchinson-Wahampoa to McDermott, I am not aware. That is not to say they are not there.

Here is some self-history of BWXT:

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. . .  of Technical Innovation and Service

1953 Atomic Energy Division formed. First reactor fuel production facility announced.

1956 Company builds world's first commercial Critical Experiment Laboratory (CX-1).

Nuclear Facilities Plant begins operation in Lynchburg, Virginia.

1957 Reactor components built for world's first commercial nuclear ship N.S. Savannah.

1958 Fabrication begins for research and test reactors for colleges, universities, and national laboratories.

1967 World's largest and longest running test reactor designed and fabricated.

1978 Acquired by McDermott, Inc., a world-wide energy services company.

1985 Contract for cavities for Continuous Electron Beam Accelerator Facility (CEBAF).

1988 Contract awarded for design space nuclear thermal propulsion system.

1990 Contract for design of tritium production reactor at DOE Savannah River site.

1991 Contract for development and manufacture of superconducting magnets for particle physics facility.

Selected to manage and operate Specific Manufacturing Capability project at DOE Idaho.

1994 On winning team to manage DOE's Idaho National Engineering Laboratory.

1995 On winning team to manage DOE's Rocky Flats Environmental Test Site.

Contract for Solar Bi-Modal space power and propulsion system.

1996 On winning team to manage DOE's Hanford and Savannah River Sites.

1997 BWX Technologies, Inc. formed.

Former nuclear fuels plant in Pennsylvania decommissioned and released for unrestricted use.

Wins prime contract for clean-up of DOE's Mound Site in Ohio.

1998 First Solar BI-Modal space flight contract awarded for Solar Orbital Transfer Vehicle.

1999 On winning team to manage DOE's Idaho National Engineering and Environmental Laboratory.

Subcontractor on winning team to manage Oak Ridge National Laboratory.

2000 Selected as prime contractor to manage and operate DOE's Pantex Plant near Amarillo, Texas.

Selected as prime contractor to manage and operate DOE's Oak Ridge Y-12 Plant.

2001 Wins contract from University of California for work at Los Alamos National Laboratory.


For additional information, please contact:

BWXT Public Relations
(434) 522-5937
bwxtinfo@mcdermott.com

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25 posted on 05/27/2003 8:16:15 AM PDT by Paul Ross (From the State Looking Forward to Global Warming! Let's Drown France!)
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To: Richard Poe; kattracks; JohnHuang2
Ping.
26 posted on 05/27/2003 8:20:30 AM PDT by Paul Ross (From the State Looking Forward to Global Warming! Let's Drown France!)
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To: Bogolyubski
Did the Magnaquench deal go through? I thought the Dept. of Defense finally put a hold on that.
27 posted on 05/27/2003 8:21:49 AM PDT by Paul Ross (From the State Looking Forward to Global Warming! Let's Drown France!)
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To: Richard Poe
Bill Clinton did it on purpose bump
28 posted on 05/27/2003 8:30:03 AM PDT by ohmage
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To: Richard Poe; HighRoadToChina; ntrulock; lavaroise; Noswad; Paul Ross; Jeff Head; swarthyguy
Richard, your article is getting some visibility and is very timely. Thank's for doing this; it's nice to have the "executive summary" version of this sordid tale.
29 posted on 05/27/2003 9:02:56 AM PDT by GOP_1900AD (Un-PC even to "Conservatives!" - Right makes right)
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To: Richard Poe

Got Rope?


30 posted on 05/27/2003 10:29:10 AM PDT by Travis McGee (----- www.EnemiesForeignAndDomestic.com -----)
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To: Paul Ross
Thanks for the info; you came up with about all that I found.

The caller on the talk radio show only caught my attention with her comment about BWXT being associated with Hutchinson-Wahampoa because when Mason-Hanger lost the contract for Pantex (they'd had it since early 50's, I think), it was a huge surprise...and there seemed to be some question about the bids, I believe. I can't recall all of the details, but just hearing a caller ask if anyone was aware that BWXT was part of Hutchinson-Wahampoa gave me the chills! I don't think we need to have a potential enemy in charge of something like Pantex.
31 posted on 05/27/2003 11:27:10 AM PDT by Maria S
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To: Richard Poe
BUMP!!!!
32 posted on 05/27/2003 2:27:11 PM PDT by HighRoadToChina (Never Again!)
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To: Bogolyubski
Ugh! Bad news. GWB ignored all warnings. And is going ahead with that nonsense:


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33 posted on 05/27/2003 4:01:01 PM PDT by Paul Ross (From the State Looking Forward to Global Warming! Let's Drown France!)
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To: Bogolyubski
I should also mention that among the disengenuous positions made by the Chinese-appointed 'Chairman' of Magnaquench, the most egregious is that there are plenty of CHINESE COMPETITORS for these magnets. These magnets are all protected under heavy-duty patents, which are being flouted by the Chinese. They are not paying the royalties they were supposed to among the manufacturing line set up by the US company. They never had open bidding for any of this equipment. Why is there no sharehold derivative suit?
34 posted on 05/27/2003 4:05:19 PM PDT by Paul Ross (From the State Looking Forward to Global Warming! Let's Drown France!)
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To: Paul Ross
I was unaware of the patent violations, but I can't say I'm surprised. While US patent and copyright laws are enforced vigorously when Americans violate foreign intellectual property, China and other countries are able to brazenly violate our intellectual property as often as they wish - with no consequences.

Magnaquench is just the tip of the iceberg, I expect. There are evidently plenty of Republicans deeply involved in this treasonous activity in addition to Beelzebubba and the RATS, which explains why there has never been a serious investigation - much less charges.
35 posted on 05/27/2003 7:41:11 PM PDT by Bogolyubski
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To: Richard Poe
bttt
36 posted on 08/21/2003 4:02:15 AM PDT by Tailgunner Joe
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To: Tailgunner Joe; All
BUMP all of Clintons' accomplishments!!!!
37 posted on 08/21/2003 5:05:25 AM PDT by getmeouttaPalmBeachCounty_FL (...where even the mosquitoes use bug spray.)
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To: Alamo-Girl
After many years of being an FR reader, I've finally signed up here Alamo-Girl and I must compliment you on all the great work you've done here.
Over the past many years I've read most all of your Chinagate articles. With the coming election, I'd like to post to many of these past Chinagate articles in hopes that more of the voting general public will find them.
38 posted on 06/17/2004 11:01:39 PM PDT by StellarOne (http://www.freerepublic.com/focus/f-news/917940/posts)
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To: Richard Poe

Thank you for this important thread. bttt


39 posted on 06/17/2004 11:03:08 PM PDT by StellarOne (http://www.freerepublic.com/focus/f-news/917940/posts)
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To: StellarOne
Welcome to Free Republic, StellarOne!!! And thank you so very much for the encouragements!

With the coming election, I'd like to post to many of these past Chinagate articles in hopes that more of the voting general public will find them.

Indeed. By posting to the articles, they will appear in the "latest posts" list and improve the chances of their being read by a passer by.
40 posted on 06/17/2004 11:19:46 PM PDT by Alamo-Girl
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To: Alamo-Girl
"Welcome to Free Republic..."

Thank you very much.
bttt

41 posted on 06/18/2004 5:18:50 PM PDT by StellarOne (http://www.freerepublic.com/focus/f-news/917940/posts)
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To: StellarOne

bump to read later


42 posted on 06/18/2004 5:43:58 PM PDT by Betteboop
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To: Betteboop

bttt


43 posted on 06/26/2004 12:13:47 PM PDT by StellarOne (http://www.freerepublic.com/focus/f-news/917940/posts)
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To: Richard Poe

Bump it up!


44 posted on 02/22/2005 9:28:00 AM PST by Mr. Mojo
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To: Travis McGee
Got Rope?

BTTT

45 posted on 09/26/2006 11:03:59 AM PDT by Mr. Mojo
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To: Travis McGee
Got Rope?

BTTT

46 posted on 09/26/2006 11:04:06 AM PDT by Mr. Mojo
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To: Richard Poe

This story has got exactly ZERO coverage up here in the news media. Shocking?


47 posted on 09/26/2006 11:17:02 AM PDT by Catholic Canadian (Formerly Ashamed Canadian - thank you Stephen Harper!)
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To: Catholic Canadian
It didn't get much (if any) coverage down here either.

...a story that dwarfs Watergate in significance by a country mile.

48 posted on 09/26/2006 11:19:23 AM PDT by Mr. Mojo
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To: Mr. Mojo

For it to get coverage would mean the leftist media would have to sell out one of their own. Can there be any more proof that the MSM has a leftist agenda? This is absolutely shocking.


49 posted on 09/26/2006 12:47:21 PM PDT by Catholic Canadian (Formerly Ashamed Canadian - thank you Stephen Harper!)
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To: Richard Poe

An excellent summary, including links to more detailed notes.

Nicely done.

As I would like to circulate this summary, I have a question. Could Hazel O’Leary declassify documents? I thought that was something that only the POTUS can do (or by his designated proxy).


50 posted on 09/26/2006 12:56:48 PM PDT by kidd
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