Former U.S. Navy Officer Publishes Book Asserting Saudi Arabia Possesses Chinese Nuclear Weapons

New Book Claims Saudi Arabia Secretly Acquired Nuclear Capable Ballistic Missiles from the People’s Republic of China During Presidency of George W. Bush; Former Vice President Dick Cheney Instrumental in U.S. Complicity
By: Know Thyself Enterprises, LLC
June 7, 2010 - PRLog -- PATRIOT LOST, a memoir-exposé by Jonathan Scherck, chronicles the author’s experience working in the Central Intelligence Agency’s Counter-Proliferation Division from January 2005 to April 2007.  During this time Mr. Scherck learned of a previous CIA-managed cover-up in 2003 of an illicit Chinese shipment to Saudi Arabia’s Jeddah Islamic Seaport.

Based on the author’s knowledge of U.S. satellite imagery spanning this time period, along with first-hand accounts of revealing interactions between Cheney’s office and CIA management, PATRIOT LOST details how—out of political expediency amidst the war in Iraq—the Bush White House opted not to intervene in an oil-for-nuclear weapons pact between the Chinese government and the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia.  This heavily shrouded deal and Washington’s shocking complicity constituted a flagrant violation of the long-standing but crippled Nuclear Non-Proliferation Treaty ratified decades ago under the Richard Nixon administration.  

“Washington’s stance on WMD proliferation throughout the world—nuclear, chemical and biological alike—must not be contingent upon extenuating circumstances that have and will continue to arise over the course of our nation’s history.  The proliferation of weapons of mass destruction is either acceptable—from the standpoint of what is right and just for the future of the human race—or it is not.” – from PATRIOT LOST.

Source:  Know Thyself Enterprises, LLC
Los Angeles, California


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