March 5, 2012

KGB Operation "Bill Clinton"

By Mikhail Kryzhanovsky

On December 31, 1969 Oxford student and anti-war activist Bill Clinton came to Moscow through Holland, Denmark, Norway, Sweden, and Finland for 5-days vacation at expensive "National" Hotel. The only person he knew in Moscow was Anik "Nikki" Alexis, a daughter of a French diplomat . Clinton recalls, "One night I took a bus out to Lumumba University to have dinner with Nikki" .

On the bus back home, Clinton says, there was only one other passenger, Oleg Rakito, who "spoke better English than I did" and "asked me lots of questions and told me he worked for the government, virtually admitting he was assigned to keep an eye on me".

The story is all fake. First, foreigners who can afford "National" don't use public transportation on January -30 C night. Second, KGB officer might reveal his identity to a foreigner if he's recruiting him only. Third, Bill Clinton was recruited, otherwise he would have left Moscow immediately and in panic.

Instead, he enjoyed the rest of his vacation and went to Czechoslovakia, another socialist country. In 1969 Bill Clinton was 23 , perfect age – KGB tried to recruit young foreigners (students of Yale, Harvard, Columbia, Oxford) between ages 21-26 because:

a) you brainwash them much easier and faster than adults
b) you build their careers the way you want

Bill Clinton shared the story with Hillary, of course. KGB, not Hillary Clinton, made Bill Clinton Arkansas Governor and then – US President.

Governor Bill Clinton used drugs and was a sex maniac. Genifer Flowers tоld Sean Hannity's WABC talk radio show: "He smoked marijuana in my presence and and offered me to snort cocaine if I wanted to". Two Arkansas state troopers will swear under oath that they have seen Clinton ''under the influence'' of drugs when he was governor. Sharlene Wilson, a bartender, told a federal grand jury she saw Clinton and his younger brother ''snort'' cocaine together in 1979. Jack McCoy, a Democratic state representative and Clinton supporter, told the Sunday Telegraph that he could ''remember going into the governor's conference room once and it reeked of marijuana.'' Historian Roger Morris quotes several law enforcement officials who say they had seen and knew of Clinton's drug use.

I wouldn’t blame Clinton for that – I worked with around 100 secret sources during my counter-espionage and espionage KGB career and for most of them alcohol, drugs and sex were just the “tools” to releave the stress and fear.
Bill Clinton was and is scared to death that sooner or later some “mole” inside Russian intelligence might point finger at him.

Bill Clinton tried to move America towards socialism through health care reform plan. His effort ultimately died, though Obama finished the job. Much more important – in 1997 Russia, totalitarian, 100% corrupted country with dying economy and dictator Boris Yeltsin ("Czar Boris") on top, joined the G7, a group of seven major industrialized democracies (USA, Canada, Great Britain, France, Italy, Germany, Japan). It was all KGB source Bill Clinton's huge effort which had no explanation at all - now you have it.

How and how much Russians paid Bill Clinton ?
In 1993 Vice President Gore and Russian Prime Minister Chernomyrdin signed a 20-year $12 billion deal under which Russia would ship its weapons-grade uranium to the United States.

Bill Clinton in his over 1,000-page memoir My Life (2004) wrote actually nothing about this “deal of a century.” Look, “In the afternoon [April, 3, 1993] we [Clinton and Russian President Yeltsin] agreed on a way to institutionalize cooperation, with a commission headed by Vice President Gore and Russian Prime Minister Victor Chernomyrdin.

The idea was developed by Strobe [Talbott] and Georgi Mamedov, the Russian Deputy Foreign Minister, and it worked better than any of us could have imagined, thanks largely to the consistent and concentrated efforts made over the years by Al Gore and his Russian counterparts in working through a host of difficult, contentious problems” [p. 507].

“On January 30 [1996], Prime Minister Victor Chernomyrdin of Russia came to the White House for his sixth meeting with Al Gore. After they finished their commission business, Chernomyrdin came to see me to brief me on events in Russia and Yeltsin’s prospects for reelection” [p. 697].

That's it.


What idea was “developed” by Talbot?

What extremely secret commission was “headed by Gore and Chernomyrdin”?

Why Clinton was so happy that “it worked better than any of us could have imagined”?

What “commission business” did Al Gore and his partner finish on January 30, 1996?


At their summit meeting in Vancouver, in April 1993, President Clinton and President Yeltsin created the U.S.–Russian Joint Commission on Economic and Technological Cooperation. Since then it has become known as the Gore–Chernomyrdin Commission (GCC), after its co-chairmen US Vice President Al Gore and Russian Prime Minister Victor Chernomyrdin. The Commission’s original mandate was to support cooperation between the United States and Russia in the areas of space, energy and high technology.

In fact it was a ruse to mask work on a non-proliferation agreement to convert highly enriched uranium (HEU) taken from dismantled Russian nuclear warheads into low-enriched uranium (LEU) fuel to be sold to customers in the USA and worldwide through the USEC (United States Enrichment Company). USEC was created in 1993 as a government corporation with the mission to restructure the US government’s uranium enrichment operation and to prepare it for sale to the private sector.

Attention. On April 26, 1996 Bill Clinton signed into law the USEC Privatization Act.

The HEU Agreement required the United States to purchase through USEC 500 metric tons, $12 billion worth, of HEU.

Dead Russians.

Three Russian statesmen tried to investigate the Clinton- Yeltsin deal - Ruvim Nureyev, Lev Rokhlin, Yuri Shchekotchikhin. All of them are dead.

1. Ruvim Nureyev. The Russia Chief Inspector for Nuclear and Radiation Safety, who strongly opposed the deal, was found dead on the railroad tracks in June 1996. The incident was described as a suicide.

2. Lev Rokhlin. The Russian State Duma Deputy Lieutenant General Lev Rokhlin was a politician of rare honesty and bravity. In 1998 Rokhlin started his own official Clinton-Yeltsin deal investigation. Lev Maximov, the Nuclear Technologies Institute Director, who helped Rokhlin to obtain the documents, received death threats.

On July 3, 1998 Rokhlin was shot three times and killed in his house while he was sleeping. His wife, Tamara Rokhlina, was arrested and testified that she killed him “for reasons of personal enmity.” She later recanted her testimony, saying she incriminated herself under threat. Rokhlin’s bodyguard, who was there that night, testified that he heard no gunshots (the killers used a silencer).

Within days three more dead bodies were found in the vicinity of the Rokhlin household and were cremated before they could be identified. In November 2000, Rokhlina was convicted of murder and sentenced to 8 years in prison, but the Supreme Court overturned the verdict and ordered a new trial.

On October 2, 1998 the US Congress, taking into account that Lev Rokhlin was a former Russian State Duma Defense Committee Chairman, asked President Clinton to “urge the Russia Government to promptly and thoroughly investigate” the case. Of course, Bill Clinton was smart enough not to dig his own grave, and just ignored this RESOLUTION Expressing sympathy to the family and collegues of Lev Yakovlevich Rokhlin, and expressing the sense of the House of Representatives that President of the United States should urge the Russia Government to promptly and thoroughly investigate the circumstances surrounding the death of Lev Yakovlevich Rokhlin and to provide a full accounting of the circumstances as soon as practible, but no later than November 1999.

Whereas Lev Rokhlin assumed the chairmanship of the Defense Committee of the Duma and was the highest-ranking elected official in the Duma working on Defense issues…

Whereas Lev Rokhlin became involved in investigation of illegal arms from Russia to Armenia and other nations.

Wheras in October 1997, Lev Rokhlin advocated the resignation of President Yeltsyn.

Whereas attempts were made for 6 months to remove Lev Rokhlin from his Committee chairmanship.

Whereas on July 3,1998, Lev Rokhlin was stripped of the chairmanship of the Defense Committee, but maintained his position as a member of Duma.

Whereas on July 3,1998, Lev Rokhlin was shot in the head three times and killed.
Whereas members of Lev Rokhlin’s family have stated that Rokhlin’s wife, Tamara Pavlovna Rokhlina, was physically abused and was threatened with death unless she accepted responsibility for Lev Rokhlin’s murder.

Whereas Lev Rokhlin’s bodyguard, who was in the home the night of the murder, claimed that he heard no gunshots.

Whereas three bodies were cremated by the Moscow government authorities before they could be identified.

Whereas any inability of Russia to provide a full accounting of the circumstances surrounding the death of Lev Rokhlin would raise serious questions about the existence of a stable democratic system in Russia:

Now, therefore, be it Resolved, That –

(1)The House of representatives expresses sympathy to the family and collegues of Lev Rokhlin and :

(2)it is the senmse of the House of Representatives that the President of the United States should urge the Russian Government –

(A)to promptly and thoroughly investigate the circumstances surrounding the death of Lev Rokhlin;

(B) to provide a full accounting of circumstances as soon as practible, but not later than November,1999

3. Yuri Shchekotchikhin, a famous Russian reporter and corruption fighter, was elected to the Russian State Duma where he served as National Security Committee Deputy.

After Rokhlin was murdered in 1998, Shchekotchikhin continued his investigation and concentrated his efforts in two directions: first, he tried to obtain the #1 Gore–Chernomyrdin Agreement (September 2, 1993), but President Yeltsin and then President Putin denied the requests. Second, he started a full-scale investigation into the Atomic Ministry corruption and — against Atomic Minister Adamov in person (again, see file 4). On June 16, 2003, he lost consciousness and was taken to the Central (Kremlin) Hospital. He was pronounced dead after lying still unconscious for 12 days. (The official diagnosis — a flu). All medical records are still classified, but experts insist he was poisoned by thallium or cadmium.

Eugene Adamov and the Clintons.

Professor Adamov was in 1986-1998 a Director of the NIKIET (a secret Research and Development Institute of Power Engineering). He was secretly involved in the Gore–Chernomyrdin deal as chief expert on the Russian side (even Russian Defense Minister Rodionov knew nothing about it). In 1994 he opened the consulting and management company “Omeka, Ltd.” registered in Pennsylvania (by the end of 1999 the company had assets valued of $5,080,000) by his wife. In 1996 he signed a forged contract between NIKIET and “Omeka,” and opened other companies and banking accounts in Monaco, Switzerland and France to start money laundering the stolen funds the US Department of Energy provided Russia to improve safety at Russian nuclear facilities.

On May 2, 2005 Adamov was arrested in Bern, Switzerland, and was charged with conspiracy to defraud the United States and to transfer stolen money and securities ($9 million), money laundering and tax evasion. US prosecutors demanded his extradition to the United States, but Russia did the same, asking to send Adamov back home where he would be faced a trial. Swiss authorities asked Adamov if he was willing to accept simplified extradition to the United States. He rejected that and Washington had to file a formal extradition request. The battle began.

A money laundering blew up into an international scandal. The American government’s insistence looked strange until Bill Clinton appeared on the stage on October 5, 2005 to save Adamov from 60 years in jail. He didn’t show up himself. Somebody hired a lawyer - Lanny Breuer, a nice young fellow from the Washington, DC based “Covington & Burling.” Breuer had worked as a special Counsel to President Clinton in 1997-1999 and represented him in the presidential impeachment hearings and trial.

This was not a battle between Russia and USA - it was a battle between the Republicans and Democrats for the Oval Office in 2008. Russians and their asset Bill Clinton had to win this struggle no matter what — if Adamov was extradited to America, he would “sing” everything on that Clinton-Yeltsin deal and share his federal cell with Bill Clinton.

Meanwhile President Bush, a Republican, needed victory to remove the Clintons from the political arena forever. Clinton won - on December 18, 2005 the Swiss Supreme Court overturned a previous ruling by the Justice Ministry, which had said that Adamov must first face the US courts. On December 30, 2005 Adamov was extradited from Switzerland to Russia, thus opening the door to the Big Presidential Game for Hillary Clinton. She lost in 2008. What price will the Russians ask Hillary Clinton to pay for Adamov’s silence, if she’s elected the US President in 2012?

Mikhail Kryzhanovsky worked for KGB USSR, field Counterespionage Division. After graduating the Counterespionage School training, he served as field officer and KGB "Nabat" counter-terror group member (sniper). In 1987, he graduated KGB Intelligence institute and served at a KGB field Intelligence Division. In 1991, after USSR collapsed, Kryzhanovsky joined SBU (Ukrainian Security Service) and was in charge of SBU's espionage operation in Moscow against Russian President Boris Yeltsyn. In 1995 he was recruited in the USA by the CIA. He is the author of "The Professional", "White House Special Handbook", (Algora, New York, 2007) and "Espionage and Counterespionage Handbook" (PublishAmerica, 2012.) He is a Republican National Committee member since 2006.

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