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From: Paul Andrew Mitchell [address in tool bar]
Subject: SLS: FBI Coverup of Chicom Infiltration of Whitehouse (fwd)

>      Clinton and Gore Funded by Chinese Agents Since 1989
>    Friday's leak through the Washington Post that  the  FBI  has
>known  since  1991  that  the  Democrat  Party  is infiltrated by
>Chinese agents is a  seminal  event.  For  it  offers  sufficient
>detail  to  complete  the  picture  of  how  the  entire  Chinese
>intelligence penetration succeeded.  When combining it with other
>leaks,  intelligence  reports,  and  congressional  investigation
>results, the following picture can be put together:
>    In the 1980s, the People's Republic of China made a  decision
>to  build  the most powerful military force in the world. In less
>than a decade, China's annual military spending tripled. In terms
>of manpower, it already had the largest army in the world. But to
>project force, it needed a modern Navy as  well.   To  rival  the
>U.S.  military,  it needed advanced U.S. military technology, and
>it needed U.S. dollars to purchase  such  technology.  Republican
>administrations had permitted trade with China that produced hard
>currency, but had  employed  tight  export  controls  to  prevent
>advanced  U.S. military technology from falling into the hands of
>Communists. So the  Chinese  government  bet  its  money  on  two
>Southern  Democrats  with  an  expressed  and desperate desire to
>ascend to the U.S. Presidency.
>    It is against the law for a  foreign  government  to  support
>U.S.  politicians,  and movement inside U.S. borders of Communist
>China agents is watched closely by FBI counterintelligence.
>    So Communist China set up a diversion so  ingenious  that  it
>has  confused reporters for years, but has been known to and kept
>secret by the FBI.  Mainland China used its archrival Taiwan,  as
>well  as Hong Kong, as conduits for the funds paid to Clinton and
>Gore. Democratic Taiwan and Hong Kong are  the  last  places  you
>would  look  for Communist agents, and the many U.S. subsidiaries
>of  Taiwanese,  Hong   Kong,   and   Indonesian   companies   and
>organizations  offered  convenient  footholds  through  which  to
>launder money and buy influence with U.S. politicians.
>    China Resources bought into  Lippo  Bank  of  Hong  Kong  and
>Indonesia  and  placed its officers John Huang and James Riady in
>Arkansas. John Huang was born in Mainland China, but  had  served
>in  the  Taiwanese  air  force.   Ya Long Economic Trading of the
>Chinese Hainan province sought influence and  legitimacy  through
>the  Hsi  Lai  temple of Taiwan, through its representative Maria
>Hsia, born in Taiwan.
>    Both John Huang and Maria Hsia are known by  the  FBI  to  be
>agents of Communist China. Together with James Riady, they formed
>the Pacific Leadership  Council,  and  invited  none  other  than
>then-Senator Al Gore to the Hsi Lai temple headquarters in Taiwan
>in 1989.   On  behalf  of  the  Chinese  government,  Maria  Hsia
>promised  Al  Gore that she would persuade all her colleagues "in
>the future to play a leader role in your presidential race." When
>Al  Gore  entered  the  Hsi Lai temple of Los Angeles seven years
>later to facilitate the laundry of donations in a  "fund-raiser,"
>he must have known it came from the Chinese government.
>    Well, Gore didn't make it to the presidential race  a  second
>time,  because  of  another  promising candidate that the Chinese
>government had bet even  more  money  on:   Bill  Clinton,  then-
>Governor of Arkansas.
>    To help Clinton's election for president, enormous amounts of
>money  was  needed.  The  money  flowed  primarily  through three
>channels. Money needed for legitimate  spending  by  the  Clinton
>campaign  flowed  through  the  Lippo- controlled Worthen Bank of
>Little Rock, which among other cash transfers granted  Clinton  a
>crucial  $3.5 million "loan" to bring him over the top in the New
>York  primary.  Money  needed  for  legitimate  spending  by  the
>Democrat  National  Committee was laundered primarily through the
>Pacific  Leadership  Council.  For  Clinton's  1996  re-election,
>additional money for the DNC and for various committees and funds
>operating  on  behalf  of  Bill  Clinton  was  laundered   though
>individual  bag  men  like Charlie Trie and Johnny Chung, who had
>the money wired to them directly from the Bank of China.
>    But in 1992, the most significant use of funds,  we  suspect,
>was illegitimate.  A campaign such as that of Bill Clinton cannot
>succeed without the availability of unlimited  cash  to  buy  off
>bank  regulators  and  public officials to look the other way. To
>pay  local,  state,  and  federal  police   officers   to   block
>investigations  and  grand  jury  proceedings.  To  pay newspaper
>reporters and editors to avert their gaze and stop  investigating
>sensitive  issues. To throw around in vote-buying efforts, in the
>Clinton campaign referred to as "walking-around money."
>    All these illegitimate uses of campaign money have one  thing
>in  common.   The  money  need  not be laundered. It need only be
>brought in from the donor.  And brought in it was. In  planeloads
>of   cash,  brought  in  through  the  remote  Mena  airport  and
>transferred to the trunk of the Cadillac of bag man  Jerry  Parks
>who,  according  to  the  London  Telegraph,  together with Vince
>Foster transported the illegal cash to Little Rock.  Both  Foster
>and  Parks  are  now  dead, and we have no idea how much cash was
>brought in through this route, though we suspect it surpassed the
>amount  of  money  that  was  laundered into legitimate political
>    Of all the bag men discovered so far, six are  now  dead,  36
>have  pleaded  the Fifth Amendment, eleven have fled the country,
>and  eleven  are  living  in  foreign  countries  and  refuse  to
>    With Bill Clinton elected president  and  John  Huang  placed
>with a top secret clearance (without examination) in the Commerce
>Department, the Chinese got what they wanted:   unlimited  access
>to  the  military, civilian and dual-use technology that had been
>denied them during Republican administrations:
>  (*) F-16 fighter jets
>  (*) Cray supercomputers for weapons development
>  (*) Machine tools for cruise missile construction
>  (*) Global Positioning System technology for missile guidance
>  (*) Satellites and satellite technology
>  (*) The entire U.S. Patent database.
>  (*) Nuclear Power plants
>    John Huang used his top secret clearance to  gain  access  to
>classified  U.S.  military  and  industrial secrets on encryption
>technology and its relationship  to  intelligence  gathering  and
>software  marketing  across the world. He then took the documents
>across the street, to an office run by Riady partner Stephens' of
>Little  Rock,  where  he  dropped  the documents so they could be
>collected by Chinese intelligence.
>    And when Chinese military and intelligence wanted a  foothold
>in  America,  President  Clinton  personally  met twice with Long
>Beach officials to push through a deal to lease the former  naval
>base  to  the  Chinese COSCO front company on extremely favorable
>terms despite vocal national security concerns.
>    The most shocking and  devastating  revelation  made  by  Bob
>Woodward's story Friday is that after Chairman Thompson announced
>two weeks ago that he was suspending his public hearings, the FBI
>obtained intelligence showing that the Ministry of State Security
>in Beijing -- the Chinese equivalent of the CIA -- boasted it had
>been successful in "thwarting" the congressional inquiry.
>    How could Chinese agents be able to "thwart"  an  inquiry  by
>the  U.S. congress? The answer is not hard to find. One need only
>look at those who irrationally attacked  Chairman  Fred  Thompson
>for  his  opening  statement,  where he revealed that there was a
>Chinese plot  to  influence  the  election.   His  statement  was
>deliberately  non-partisan, so there would be no partisan reasons
>to counterattack. But the interests of the  Chinese  intelligence
>agency would be served.  Senator John Glenn said: "I think I have
>seen everything the chairman has seen, and I  recall  nothing  to
>document allegations that China had done anything illegal." After
>the FBI offered to show the classified evidence  to  any  Senator
>who  wished  to see it, Senator Glenn fell strangely silent. Even
>more shocking was Senator Glenn's offer to negotiate an  immunity
>agreement  on  behalf  of  John  Huang. How did John Glenn end up
>representing a Communist agent  whom  Senate  staffers  had  been
>unable to locate?
>    Senators Carl Levin and Robert  Toricelli  displayed  similar
>behavior.   Both  having  accepted cash from John Huang, they too
>spoke the case of the Chinese intelligence agency:  "I  find  the
>fact  that Mr. Huang would maintain an arrangement where he would
>make phone calls outside the Department of Commerce not in and of
>itself   suspicious,"   Senator  Toricelli  said  of  the  secret
>Stephens' office where Huang dropped his stolen state secrets.
>    We can add to this list Senate Minority leader  Tom  Daschle,
>who  has  accepted  cash  from  Maria  Hsia,  and  who personally
>recommended John Huang to be placed in the  Commerce  department.
>He  later  was  instrumental  in  imposing  a  fixed  deadline on
>Thompson's inquiry, so it could be stalled by  Democrat  Senators
>and by the White House.
>    Chairman Thompson's landmark  opening  statement  included  a
>reference  to the U.S. media. He referred to intelligence showing
>Chinese agents "attempting to communicate Beijing's views through
>media channels in the United States."
>    It comes as no surprise, then, that network  and  cable  news
>anchors   took  the  position  of  Senator  Glenn  in  ridiculing
>Thompson's allegation.  And the Boston Globe wrote:
>  "Does anybody really think little  Clinton,  raised  in  that
>  tar-shingled  shack  in  Hope, Ark., with his gutsy mom going
>  out to nurse the poor for short money, trying to find a  life
>  for  herself  and her two boys, marrying four times along the
>  way, learning to take her small pleasures where she could, at
>  the  race track or the cigarette counter, do you really think
>  that her boy grows up to become president only  to  sell  out
>  the  USA  to  Chinese  spies laundering cash through Buddhist
>  nuns?  I don't." [Violin music off]
>    Whether they know it or not, all of those listed  above  have
>been  used  as  instruments  of  a  successful disinformation and
>propaganda campaign by a foreign Communist government.
>    Fortunately, the Chinese haven't gotten to Bob Woodward or to
>William Safire, or to Tim Russert who repeatedly has invited them
>both on NBC's "Meet the Press" to tell what they know  about  the
>Chinese  penetration  of  the  U.S. government. Chris Matthews is
>another of the few mainstream media commentators who has  had  an
>ear  for  the gravity of this scandal.  And there is at least one
>FBI counterintelligence agent who is so outraged by the  cover-up
>of his superiors that he is now leaking to Bob Woodward.
>    Neither have the Chinese government gotten to Dan  Burton  or
>Bob  Barr, the only Congressmen left to take seriously the threat
>of Chinese infiltration.  Burton, a fervent  anti-Communist,  and
>Barr,  a  former  CIA employee, now form the last line of defense
>against a People's Republic of China already occupying the  White
>[ For more details of the Chinese penetration, its bag  men,  and
>its   reporting   and  non-reporting  since  1995,  see  the  new
>Washington Weekly archive "Chinagate," available to the public at
>http://www.federal.com ]
>  Published in the Nov. 17, 1997 issue of The Washington Weekly
>  Copyright 1997 The Washington Weekly (http://www.federal.com)
>          Reposting permitted with this message intact

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