THE BEST ENEMY
MONEY CAN BUY

 

By
Antony C. Sutton

 

TABLE OF CONTENTS

Foreword
Author's Preface
Chapter I:

America's Deaf Mute Blindmen

     The Suppressed Higher Reality
     Suppression of information
     The Deaf Mute Blindmen

Chapter II:

American Trucks in Korea and Vietnam –
For the Other Side

     The Soviet Military Truck Industry
     The Ford Gorki "Automobile" Plant
     The A.J. Brandt-ZIL Plant

Chapter III:

The Deaf Mutes Supply Trucks for Afghan Genocide

     The War Potential of the Kama Truck Plant
     Critics of Kama Silenced and Suppressed
     Who were the Deaf Mute Blindmen at Kama River?

Chapter IV:

Soviets Buy into the 21st Century

     Early Soviet Electronic Acquisitions
     Bridging the Semi-conductor Gap
     How the Deaf Mute Blindmen helped the
          Soviets into the 21st Century
     The Bruchhausen Network
     The Type of Equipment Shipped to the USSR

Chapter V:

Computers – Deception by Control Data Corporation

     Soviet Agatha – American Apple II
     Military End Use
     Control Data Deception
     The Deceptive World View of Control Data Corporation

Chapter VI:

Soviet in the Air

     German Assistance for Soviet Rockets
     Sputnik, Lunik and the Soyuz Programs
     Why Did the Soviets Embark on a Space Program?
     Soviet Aircraft Development
     Foreign Designs for Soviet Aircraft Engines
     The Wright Cyclone Engine in the Soviet Union
     Western Contribution to the Postwar Soviet Air Force
     The Boeing B-20 Four-Engined Bomber becomes
          the Tu-4 and the Tu-70
     The First Soviet Jets
     Development of the First Soviet Jet Engine
     MIG Fighters Rolls-Royce Turbojets
     The Supersonic Tu-144 (Alias "Konkordskiy")

Chapter VII:

The Deaf Mutes and the Soviet Missile Threat

     American Acceleromters for Soviet Missiles
     American Ball Bearings for Missile Guidance Systems

Chapter VIII:

The Soviets at Sea

     Origins of the Soviet Merchant Marine
     Illegal Actions by State Department
     The Deaf Mute Blindmen Forge Ahead
     Submarine and Anti-Submarine Warfare
     The Soviet Union as a Source of Information

Chapter IX:

The Leaky Pipeline Embargo

     Working Both Sides of the Street
     The Reagan Administration Marshmallow Approach

Chapter X:

DMBs Supply Nerve Gas Plants

     State Department Concurs in Explosives Manufacture
     The DMB and Nerve Gas Technology

Chapter XI:

Chevron-Gulf Keeps Marxist Angola Afloat

     Identification of the Deaf Mute Blindmen
     What is to be done

Chapter XII:

Tanks

     The Development of Soviet Tank Design
     The Famous T-34 Medium Tank
     DMB Pleas of Ignorance
     The U.S.-Built Stalingrad "Tractor" Plant
     The U.S.-Built Kharkov "Tractor" Plant
     The U.S.-Built Chelyabinsk "Tractor" Plant

Chapter XIII:

Why the DMBs Aid Soviet Ambitions

     The Bureaucrats' View of "Peaceful Trade"
     Useless Pinpricks as Policy
     Multinational Businessmen and the Politics of Greed

CONCLUSIONS:

Treason

     Are the Soviets Enemies?
     The Soviet Record of Aggression
     Are the Deaf Mute Blindmen Guilty of Treason?
     United States Constitution

APPENDIX A:

Exchange of Letters with Department of Defense, 1971

APPENDIX B:

Testimony of the Author Before Subcommittee VII
of the Platform at Miami Beach, Florida, August 15,
1972, at 2:30 P.M.

APPENDIX C:

Letter from William C. Norris, Chairman of Control Data
Corporation to Congressman Richard T. Hanna, 1973

APPENDIX D:

Letter from Fred Schlafly to friends and supporters of
American Council for World Freedom, dated April
1978, asking to mail "Yellow Cards" of protest to
William Norris

Letter from William C. Norris to each "Yellow
Card Sender," dated May 5, 1978

Letter (Protocol) of Intent dated 19 October 1973
(English version) between State Committee of the USSR
Council of Ministers for Science and Technology and
the Control Data Corporation

English version of Agreement between State Committee
of the Council of Ministers of the USSR for Science
and Technology and Control Data Corporation (signed
by Robert D. Schmidt), dated 19 October 1973

APPENDIX E:

Position of Texas Instruments Company and Chairman
Fred Bucy on dangers of trading technology to the Soviets

APPENDIX F:

U.S. Firms Trading with the Soviet Union in the 1960-1985 Period

APPENDIX G:

Confidential Government Report on Cummins Engine
Company (J. Irwin Miller) and Financing of Marxist
Revolutionary Activities Within the United States.

APPENDIX H:

From the Phoenix Letter, January 1986 Issue

APPENDIX I:

U.S. Weapons Technology Sold To Soviets
 

 

Foreword by
Gary North, Ph.D.


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 Dedicated to the memory of those who died in
Korea and Vietnam – victims of our
own technology and greed.

This business of lending blood money is one of the most thoroughly sordid, cold blooded, and criminal that was ever carried on, to any considerable extent, amongst human beings. It is like lending money to slave traders, or to common robbers and pirates, to be repaid out of their plunder. And the man who loans money to governments, so called, for the purpose of enabling the latter to rob, enslave and murder their people, are among the greatest villains that the world has ever seen.

LYSANDER SPOONER, No Treason (Boston, 1870)


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