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Offline NMTO

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Bill Clinton gave North Korea nuclear technology
« on: April 03, 2009, 11:24:09 pm »
Can anyone find any harder evidence than these?

KOREAN KONSEQUENCES

Geoff Metcalf
October 21, 2002
NewsWithViews.com

Notwithstanding the protestations of blind democrat sycophants, former President Bill Clinton was a foreign policy disaster. The consequences of his geopolitical myopia and epic penchant for doing exactly the wrong thing are personified in the recent acknowledgment of North Korea.

So they lied...and North Korea IS working to develop nuclear weapons. You got a problem with that?

Arguably one of the worst foreign policy screw-ups since FDR sat down with Stalin in Yalta, North Korea fessed up to their nuke work. Work, which would have been highly unlikely, had not the Clinton regime showered billions of dollars in foreign aid throughout the 1990s and earmarked a chunk for North Korea's nuclear energy program. In 1994 Clinton/Gore earmarked aid primarily for the construction of nuclear reactors worth up to $6 billion.

Hello?

In the 80s Iraq tried the "we need a nuclear plant" finesse with the help of the French. Iraq is awash in oil. They needed nuclear power like a moose needs a hat rack. Hussein wanted the nuke plant to expand his nuclear program. And he DID. When I interviewed Khidhir Hamza (former head of Saddams nuclear weapons program) http://www.geoffmetcalf.com/qa/26032.html he admitted it. Iraq wanted a nuke plant to manufacture nuclear fuel. Fuel, which could be used in a for real nuclear weapon. Fortunately, despite U.S. posturing and table thumping, the Israeli's did the world a favor and destroyed Iraq's French nuclear power plant.

So now in what many are calling one of the worst foreign policy blunders of the postwar era North Korea's admits that it's working to develop nuclear weapons. WHOOPS!

Come on guys....the Clinton administration poured billions of dollars in foreign aid into the scoundrels throughout the 1990s - and earmarked a substantial portion of that aid for North Korea's nuclear energy program. In fact, according to a congressional study, Clinton gave more foreign aid to North Korea than to any other country in the Asian-Pacific region. . And NOW it comes back to haunt us.

By the way, the tenuous Korean truce continues but despite the July 27, 1953 Armistice....the war has YET to end. A congressional report says, "The U.S.-funded light water reactors in North Korea will accumulate plutonium in spent fuel at the rate of about 17,300 ounces per year, enough to produce 65 nuclear bombs a year."

Rep. Gary Ackerman, D-N.Y., defends the indefensible.

"First, those numbers at the end are absolutely untrue - scientifically impossible. Not from a light water reactor. The Cox report [on Korea] is much discredited, by the way. There are other reports that contradict it which have been put out."

This is classic "don't confuse me with facts that contradict MY previously conceived opinions and prejudices."

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How To Deal With A Psychopath: Give Him Nuclear Bombs

Paul Joseph Watson

In late 2002, North Korea carried out its threat to remove UN seals and dismantle monitoring cameras at a laboratory used to produce weapons-grade plutonium. In January 2003 the country withdrew from the Nuclear Non-Proliferation Treaty (NPT), which seeks to control the...

KOREAN KONSEQUENCES

Geoff Metcalf
October 21, 2002
NewsWithViews.com

Notwithstanding the protestations of blind democrat sycophants, former President Bill Clinton was a foreign policy disaster. The consequences of his geopolitical myopia and epic penchant for doing exactly the wrong thing are personified in the recent acknowledgment of North Korea.

So they lied...and North Korea IS working to develop nuclear weapons. You got a problem with that?

Arguably one of the worst foreign policy screw-ups since FDR sat down with Stalin in Yalta, North Korea fessed up to their nuke work. Work, which would have been highly unlikely, had not the Clinton regime showered billions of dollars in foreign aid throughout the 1990s and earmarked a chunk for North Korea's nuclear energy program. In 1994 Clinton/Gore earmarked aid primarily for the construction of nuclear reactors worth up to $6 billion.

Hello?

In the 80s Iraq tried the "we need a nuclear plant" finesse with the help of the French. Iraq is awash in oil. They needed nuclear power like a moose needs a hat rack. Hussein wanted the nuke plant to expand his nuclear program. And he DID. When I interviewed Khidhir Hamza (former head of Saddams nuclear weapons program) http://www.geoffmetcalf.com/qa/26032.html he admitted it. Iraq wanted a nuke plant to manufacture nuclear fuel. Fuel, which could be used in a for real nuclear weapon. Fortunately, despite U.S. posturing and table thumping, the Israeli's did the world a favor and destroyed Iraq's French nuclear power plant.

So now in what many are calling one of the worst foreign policy blunders of the postwar era North Korea's admits that it's working to develop nuclear weapons. WHOOPS!

Come on guys....the Clinton administration poured billions of dollars in foreign aid into the scoundrels throughout the 1990s - and earmarked a substantial portion of that aid for North Korea's nuclear energy program. In fact, according to a congressional study, Clinton gave more foreign aid to North Korea than to any other country in the Asian-Pacific region. . And NOW it comes back to haunt us.

By the way, the tenuous Korean truce continues but despite the July 27, 1953 Armistice....the war has YET to end. A congressional report says, "The U.S.-funded light water reactors in North Korea will accumulate plutonium in spent fuel at the rate of about 17,300 ounces per year, enough to produce 65 nuclear bombs a year."

Rep. Gary Ackerman, D-N.Y., defends the indefensible.

"First, those numbers at the end are absolutely untrue - scientifically impossible. Not from a light water reactor. The Cox report [on Korea] is much discredited, by the way. There are other reports that contradict it which have been put out."

This is classic "don't confuse me with facts that contradict MY previously conceived opinions and prejudices."

http://www.newswithviews.com/metcalf/metcalf20.htm

How To Deal With A Psychopath: Give Him Nuclear Bombs

Paul Joseph Watson

In late 2002, North Korea carried out its threat to remove UN seals and dismantle monitoring cameras at a laboratory used to produce weapons-grade plutonium. In January 2003 the country withdrew from the Nuclear Non-Proliferation Treaty (NPT), which seeks to control the...

http://www.propagandamatrix.com/psychopath.html

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Re: Bill Clinton gave North Korea nuclear technology
« Reply #1 on: April 04, 2009, 03:38:24 am »
Don't forget, Blow Job Billy also gave missile and nuke technology to the Chinese.

Klinton = scum.
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Re: Bill Clinton gave North Korea nuclear technology
« Reply #4 on: April 04, 2009, 07:10:01 am »
Bill Clinton was not running anything, I can guarantee you that.

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Re: Bill Clinton gave North Korea nuclear technology
« Reply #5 on: April 04, 2009, 08:10:55 am »
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Bill Clinton was not running anything, I can guarantee you that.

Exactly! This is just partisan political sniping. EVERY president has their fair share of questionable to down right illegal actions. The US president is a figurehead, just like all world leaders. It is the people behind the president that do the real dirty work.

Ever notice how the president changes, but the professional politicians stay the same? Rumsfeld, Cheney, countless members of the House and Senate, etc. Candidates come and go, but certain individuals have been around for years. This is why I think there sould be term limits on both the House and Senate as part of an overall repair of our Republic, not to mention those lobbyest need to be delt with somehow because that whole system is completely out of control.
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