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Originally posted by dgtempe
I heard on Coast to Coast is the Chinese at the borders we have to worry about, they're the real threat. Anyone hear this? I dont have a link, and as usual, i fell asleep during the show that aired a couple of weeks ago.
Originally posted by mscbkc070904
Its been known in the past that there were terror organizations holding secret meetings within US borders.
Originally posted by halo_aura
Well, Chinese are at the border, but so far those silly Chinese haven't found a way to bridge the 8,000 mile wide deep blue anti-tank ditch.
Originally posted by mscbkc070904
Its been known in the past that there were terror organizations holding secret meetings within US borders. Most of this was found thru the mid 90's since the war on terror, there hasnt been much activity that we are aware of within US borders. However, what got me on some of the footage I saw, they would hold meetings with Ak-47's and other various weapons and so forth.
Even with this footage, we did nothing then to really bust these guys back then. Of course thru further research, they fell under constitutional amendments. I think that is BS, considering what happened 9/11 along with other various things prior, not just on US soil but abroad.
The Pakistani terrorist group Jamaat ul Fuqra is using Islamic schools in the United States as training facilities, confirms a joint investigative report by an intelligence think tank and an independent reporter.
Jamaat ul-Fuqra, or "community of the impoverished," was formed by Pakistani cleric Sheikh Mubarak Ali Gilani in New York in 1980. Gilani, who refers to himself as "the sixth Sultan Ul Faqr," has stated his objective is to "purify" Islam through violence.
U.S. authorities have probed the group for charges ranging from links to al-Qaida to laundering and funneling money into Pakistan for terrorist activities. The organization supports various terrorist groups operating in Pakistan and Kashmir, and Gilani himself is linked directly to Hamas and Hezbollah. Throughout the 1980s, JF was responsible for a number of terrorist acts across the United States, including numerous fire-bombings.
According to the report, there appear to be more than two dozen "Jamaats," or private communities, loosely connected and scattered throughout the U.S. with an estimated 5,000 members.
Former National Security Adviser Sandy Berger – now the target of an FBI probe – was a key part of a deal the Clinton administration made to secure an illegal $300,000 contribution from the communist Chinese government, one of a number of instances in the 1990s in which he was blamed for security breaches.
In exchange for allowing U.S. defense contractors to sell technology to China, Beijing poured millions of dollars into Clinton's election campaign. Clinton received funds from known or suspected Chinese intelligence agents, including Trie, James and Mochtar Riady of the Indonesian Lippo Group, John Huang and Maria Hsia.
National security experts at the time said the White House security violation fit a pattern of sloppy handling of U.S. secrets throughout the government during the previous eight years:
* State Department officials lost several classified laptops.
* A missing hard drive containing nuclear secrets turned up behind a copier at Los Alamos lab.
* A Los Alamos scientist managed to download the entire history of the U.S. nuclear-bomb program and bomb-testing data onto several computer tapes, some of which still haven't been recovered.
* A Pentagon official left his CIA briefing book in a Beijing hotel room.
* Even CIA Director John Deutch mishandled secrets.
Livermore was the site of an FBI espionage investigation, with agents suspecting former weapons scientist Gwo-Bao Min of having spied for China.
While at Livermore's D-Division, which studies the military uses of nuclear weapons, Min had access to secrets about the W-70, or neutron bomb, which U.S. intelligence believes were leaked to China. According to the 1999 Cox Report, "this suspect may have provided the PRC (People's Republic of China) additional classified information about other U.S. weapons that could have significantly accelerated the PRC's nuclear-weapons program."
Min was forced to resign in 1981 under suspicion of passing bomb secrets to Beijing, though no criminal charges were filed.
WorldNetDaily exclusively reported Min was later spotted in December 1990 by an FBI counterintelligence agent in China near the North Korean border, raising suspicions that U.S. nuclear secrets may have also found their way to the "axis of evil" state the Bush administration seeks to thwart.