Clinton takes cash linked to international brothels
Oct. 26, 1999: Before mysterious Chinese dishwashers and infamous Clinton fundraiser Norman Hsu made large donations to Hillary Clinton’s 2008 presidential campaign – and dozens of other appalling and hair-raising Clinton scandals came to light – husband Bill Clinton was taking money from kingpins of international prostitution operations located in Asia.
That’s right. The Clintons took cash linked to global pimping operations.
Much of the hundreds of thousands of dollars donated by Arkansas restaurant owner Charlie Trie to Bill Clinton and the Democratic Party came directly following visits to the White House by others linked to Asian organized crime syndicates, including Macau millionaire Ng Lapseng, whose main business was his Fortuna hotel and hostess service of brothels. Ng was invited to visit the White House living quarters by the Clintons.
The brochure advertising Ng’s Fortuna hotel boasted, “attractive and attentive hostesses from China, Korea, Singapore, Malaysia, Vietnam, Indonesia and Burma together with erotic girls from Europe and Russia offer you an exciting and unforgettable evening with friends or business associates.”
“Ng LapSeng spent two days inside the residence at the White House with Bill Clinton,” stated Ed Timperlake in 1999. Timperlake was co-author of “Year of the Rat,” a runaway best-selling book on Bill Clinton’s Chinese connections.
“Ng came in to visit with huge wads of cash in his pockets,” said Timperlake during an exclusive WND interview. “Not just an Oval Office coffee visit, but inside the presidential living quarters. Ng Lapseng even obtained a clear photograph of himself with President Clinton and first lady Hillary Clinton, standing in front of a DNC (Democratic National Committee) emblem during a fundraiser. It’s in the book.”
Ng’s cash links to Clinton were direct and deep. He entered the United States with more than $300,000 cash in his pockets, and subsequently visited the White House 12 times, according to Timperlake’s book. In addition, Ng wired Charlie Trie “from $1.1 million to $1.5 million. … Of this amount, at least $645,000 made its way through Trie to the DNC as illegally laundered campaign contributions.”
Clinton’s link to trafficking of women even caused one National Organization for Women chapter to endorse Republicans in 1992.
“The Clinton administration and the World Bank helped Thailand organize and nationalize their prostitution business,” stated National Organization for Women Dulles (Virginia) Chapter President Marie Jose Ragab. “It is state-sponsored trafficking in women, complete with passports, transportation and infrastructure.”
“Last year in Thailand alone, trafficking 600,000 women and girls brought $5 billion into the country,” Ragab wrote in the NOW Times back in 1992. “The women and girls, the commodity, are invisible. There are millions of them with no identity, no international laws to protect them, no one to reclaim them. Their passports are confiscated by the traffickers upon arriving in countries they may never have heard of. Sold or leased by catalogues, on videos, or ‘sight unseen,’ they are ‘parked’ in centers to allegedly work as maids, telephone operators, mothers’ helpers. Eighty percent will be seriously physically abused.”
“This is a form of slave trade,” Ragab said. “It is worse now because of the Clintons. It was typical for this administration” to meet with Ng Lapseng. “This is one of the reasons why we endorsed Republicans this year.”
The documented contacts between Triad gangsters and the White House also included a “Presidential Business Development Mission,” personally approved by Bill Clinton.