The Police State Road Map
2004 bookThe Police State Road Map pdf
In 1994 Clinton initiated the 'Agreed Framework' with North Korea, committing millions of dollars in aid for it's nuclear programme, allegedly for electricity generation. In 2000 Clinton authorized Donald Rumsfeld's company ABB to build two lightwater nuclear reactors in North Korea. In January 2003 Bush sought $3.5 million of taxpayers money for the nuclear programme.(20) The government claims that lightwater reactors cannot be used for nuclear weapons production. However the congressional North Korea Advisory Group concluded in 1999 that, If the 1994 Agreed Framework is implemented and two LWRs are eventually built and operated in North Korea, the reactors could produce close to 500 kilograms of plutonium in spent reactor fuel each year; enough for nearly 100 bombs annually if North Korea decides to break its obligations and reprocess the material.(21) Given that Kim Jong-Il is a brutal dictator who has starved millions of his own people to death, the American government are clearly building the best enemy money can buy in order to escalate the 'War on Terror'. There is no other logical explanation.
In 1996, President Clinton changed the law and allowed advanced U.S. computer technology to be sold to foreign military users. The super-computers sold to China and Russia were designed for nuclear bomb development, advanced aircraft design, anti-submarine warfare sensor development, and radar applications. These super-computers can run American nuclear bomb design software and codes with little or no modification. They are identical to the computers at U.S. weapons labs right down to the vendor support.