Do We Finally Get To Kill Somebody?

November 10, 2005 

With real threats to our national security in full bloom, and traitors in need of immediate lethal injection, why is the Beltway obsessed with much ado about a paper-pushing blond and her self-admitted psychedelic husband?  Maybe the rest of liberal America, along with Joe Wilson, have had “too many wives and taken too many drugs”. 

Or, in Bill Bennett’s words is it just a case of Overt Inconsistency?  As Bennett rhetorically notes about the liberals, and the MSM Fifth Column, their “support for the CIA, and...for secrecy in war and intelligence, lasted only as long as they thought it might bring down a high official like Karl Rove.”  Intelligence really doesn’t matter when the Washington Post uses “official sources” to compromise the security of America’s allies.  

If people (liberals also invited) really want some instant gratification from bringing justice to those who “compromised every operation, every relationship, every network with which” our nation’s national security had been associated...I present to you the likes of, Rebecca Laiwah Chiu, Tai Wang Mak, and Fuk Heung Li.  From Joe Wilson’s mouth, “This is the stuff of Kim Philby and Aldrich Ames”.  Feel free to throw in Christopher Boyce, Andrew Daulton Lee, Jerry Alfred Whitworth, Arthur James Walker, Michael Lance Walker and John Anthony Walker Jr. (no relation to traitor John Walker Lindh but there is something in a name). 

Bill Gertz from the Washington Times recently reported that, “Four persons arrested in Los Angeles are part of a Chinese intelligence-gathering ring...and the suspects caused serious compromises for 15 years to major U.S. weapons systems, including submarines and warships.”  If you like puzzles, try guessing from the above names which are the recently arrested spies. 

Chi Mak and his wife, Rebecca Laiwah Chiu, are naturalized Chinese-American citizens.  Tai Wang Mak and his wife, Fuk Heung Li, “are resident aliens who came to the United States from China in May 2001.”  At least they are not quite as bad as the remainder of the above mentioned scum who are all natural born American “citizens”.   

Gertz quotes U.S. intelligence and security officials as stating that, “the case ...could prove to be among the most damaging spy cases since the 1985 one of John A. Walker Jr.”.  Gertz continues...”They were funneling information to 2 PLA,’ (referring to the military intelligence unit of the People's Liberation Army)...The Chinese now know more about our military than we know about their entire country."  Are you getting sick yet? 

Unlike the liberals’ treatment of Scooter Libby, I’m going to imagine that the Fuk-Wangs are innocent until proven guilty.  But, if proven guilty, I will only have one question to ask...Do we finally get to kill somebody? 

For the sensitive among us who think that I might have some “issues”, let me remind everyone about the liberal tranquility surrounding the relatively swift execution of Timothy McVeigh (six years, one month and 23 days).  As CNN reported, “Although the Federal Bureau of Prisons prepared for thousands of demonstrators to converge on Terre Haute, Indiana...only a few dozen showed up in the early hours of Monday to mark the grim occasion of Timothy McVeigh's death.”  Even for liberals...sometimes killing is a good thing. 

Compared to McVeigh who killed 168 innocent people at the Alfred P. Murrah Federal Building in Oklahoma City, what is so heinous about the actions of Fuk et al that would mandate the death penalty?  Nothing less than giving away "extremely sensitive" naval warfare technology to the Chinese that “...could be devastating if the United States enters a conflict with China....”   

In a 2003 Wall Street Journal article, Richard Fisher, Jr., Vice President, International Assessment and Strategy Center, noted that, “China's rapid naval buildup also aimed at Washington...that by the end of the decade the PLA Navy may have the ability to mass coordinated air, sub and ship-launched missiles against U.S. carrier task groups.”  Poignantly, he also mentioned that, “On April 29, the PLA Navy launched destroyer No. 170, equipped with radar similar to the advanced U.S. Aegis system”.  Thanks in large part to Fuk et al, “China covertly obtained the Aegis technology and earlier this year deployed its first Aegis warship, code-named Magic Shield”. 

These four Chinese “guests” of America, if guilty, have done enough damage to threaten the lives of millions of Americans.  Do we wait until the Chinese navy takes out a new U.S. Virginia Class submarine resulting from their knowledge of the “Quiet Electric Drive” technology they acquired from these spies and then have regrets or “Do We Finally Get To Kill Somebody”? 

In 1977, Christopher John Boyce and Andrew Daulton Lee (The Falcon and the Snowman), were arrested for selling U.S. spy satellite technology to the Soviet Union.  Fortunately, the case was busted inadvertently by Mexican police who learned of Lee’s true intentions by torturing him (so torture doesn’t work).  Boyce and Lee were spared the death sentence and given lengthy prison terms. 

Boyce thanked the taxpayer by escaping from prison and perpetrating a bank robbing spree prior to his recapture.  They are both happily paroled and living today as free men in the country they tried to sell down the drain. 

In 1985, John Anthony Walker Jr. et all were arrested for selling very sensitive military intelligence to the Soviets starting in 1968.  Author Pete Earley noted that, “after a stunning eighteen years of spying, Walker had become such an old hand...that his KGB handler had once gushed ‘You are the most experienced, the very best!’...’Goddamn right!’ Walker had replied.”    

Walker’s biggest regret after being arrested was “I should have killed Barbara, (ex-wife who turned him in)...I should have put a f------ hole in her head.”  Maybe this guy wants the role of Frances "Psycho" Soyer in a sequel to the movie Stripes

Walker is, as last reported, happily enjoying “three hots and a cot” gratis of the U.S. taxpayer at the Butner Federal Correction Institution in Butner, N.C..  This is his “punishment” for facilitating the September 1, 1983 Soviet shoot down of Korean Air Flight 007 and costing the U.S. taxpayer over $1 Billion to “replace code machines and make other changes in military hardware because of the secrets that Walker’s spy ring disclosed”.  Walker used the profits from his treason to enjoy the fruits of fancy boats and younger women. 

Spying on your country is the most contemptible human act.  For a few bucks, scumbags threaten America’s very way of life and further destabilize the delicate balance of global security.  This is not about “outing” some paper-pushing blond.  It goes straight to the core of national survival.  Perhaps that is why the liberals won’t even notice this most recent act of real espionage because they will be too busy trying to “bring down a high official like Karl Rove”.  

Just when is enough...ENOUGH?  Just when Do We Finally Get To Kill Somebody?


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