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Hardcover Code Name Kindred Spirit: Inside the Chinese Nuclear Espionage Scandal Book

ISBN: 1893554511

ISBN13: 9781893554511

Code Name Kindred Spirit: Inside the Chinese Nuclear Espionage Scandal

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To this day, we still do not know the extent of China's penetrations of our nuclear weapons complex. But we do know that its espionage efforts have obtained highly sensitive, classified data on our... This description may be from another edition of this product.

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Amazing insight

An amazing book. I met the author prior to reading the book and found him to be intriguing. This book is definitely worth taking the time to read, understand and absord exactly what took place.

Kindred Spirit tells us more about the disastrous Clinton administration

I was one of those Americans originally conned into believing Wen Ho Lee was a victim of racial prejudice and unjust persecution. It enraged me that he was isolated and shacked during much of his imprisonment. Notra Trulock's revelations, however, have made me realize that the left-wing media cooperated with Bill Clinton's administration to provide cover for the latter's unforgivable fecklessness. Lee was likely a spy for the Chinese communist government. Nothing else comes close to explaining his suspicious behavior. At the minimum, Lee committed gross security violations mandating the revocation of his security clearance. Nonetheless, Clinton's people were apparently interested only in damage control. Slandering the author as a racial bigot and perhaps even mentally unbalanced was deemed necessary. The intellectual virus of political correctness also pervaded the culture---and the President took full advantage of this sad state of affairs to severely damage Mr. Trulock. The results were not pretty. The majority of American voters supported Bill Clinton in the 1992 election. They thought The End of History and the Last Man had arrived and our country could therefore concentrate on domestic issues. Islamic nihilism, for instance, was rarely even mentioned. Trulock's splendid work adds to the already substantial evidence that Clinton weakened our nation's defenses and emboldened our enemies. Reading Kindred Spirit is a harsh reminder that the citizens of the United States should never again become so nonchalant concerning their security. You should read Rich Lowry's: Legacy: Paying the Price for the Clinton Years. The National Review editor's book, as you might expect, is also highly critical of the Clinton era.

The Folly of Political Correctness ...

... and the naivete of the Clinton administration in 1) kowtowing to China and offering all kinds of tribute in the form of sensitive technology, etc. and 2) hobbling the FBI investigation because of racial concerns.Unfortunately, many Asian-Americans (P.S. I'm Asian myself) were transformed into China's "useful idiots," blindly supporting Wen Ho Lee's unbelieveable charges of racism.Read along with "A Convenient Spy" and, if you've the stomach, Lee's own self-serving (but fatally incomplete) book.
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