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The Best Enemy Money Can Buy
Antony Sutton
1986

Partial timeline

1929 Ford (of Bohemian Grove camp Mandalay) starts building multiple vehicle-plants in the USSR. Each plant has an output of about 140.000 vehicles annually. Lot’s of military vehicles of all different kinds are produced. The building and maintaining of these Ford plants goes on throughout every decade of the remaining century.
1945 Right after the war USSR ambassador Averell Harriman reports to the State Department: "Stalin paid tribute to the assistance rendered by the United States to Soviet industry before and during the War. Stalin* said that about. two-thirds of all the large industrial enterprises in the Soviet Union has been built with the United States' help or technical assistance." Harriman was a prominent member of the Pilgrims Society and one of the more important figures of the 20th century. He falls in line with someone like Kissinger.
1946 The Soviets buy fifty-five [British] Rolls-Royce centrifugal compressor-type turbojets –twenty-five Nenes and thirty Derwents. These Rolls-Royce engines, the most advanced in the world, proved to be the best possible equipment for the MiG 15, which is designed by [the German] Siegfried Gunther and put into production under the name of the Soviet designers Mikoyan and Gurevich.
1956 Historian Bryton Barron, who was kicked out of the State Department for questioning it’s policies, releases the book ‘Inside the State Department’, in which he accuses the Department of selling military technology to the USSR. He mentiones the selling of:
1. Boring mills for the manufacture of tanks, artillery, aircraft and atomic reactors in submarines.
2. Vertical boring mills for manufacture of jet engines.
3. Dynamic balance machines used to balance shafts on engines for jet airplanes and guided missiles.
4. External cylindrical grinding machines which a Defense Department expert testified were essential in making engine parts, guided missiles, and radar.
Another historian which is kicked out of the State Departement, Donald Dozer, agrees with him. The person who took control of the Historical Office at the State Department was Rhodes Scholar Bernard Noble. He was promoted by Pilgrims Society member John Foster Dulles.
1961 Incoming Secretary of State Robert McNamara (1001 Club) approves a proposal to set up two transfer lines to the USSR for the manufacture of state-of-the-art truck engines, which obviously could be used for military purposes. With this decision he goes in directly against the DoD’s judgement.
1966 A shiny brochure is spread in Russia which invites the people to an exhibit (8th) of American-made hand tools. The preface is written by LBJ.
1966 LBJ’s Great Society to "end poverty and racial injustice" makes money available to build 2 extremely expensive highways from the USSR to Kabul. The bridges are designed to support tanks. These highways make it possible for the Soviet tanks to reach Kabul overnight during their invasion in 1979.
1968 Gleason Company of Rochester ships equipment to the Gorki Automobile Plant (built by Ford) in the USSR. This plant builds the GAZ trucks (with Ford engines) that appear on the Ho-Chi-Minh trail or the GAZ-69 chassis that is used to transport the rocket-lauchers that are used against Israel. Civilian vehicle industries usually built a large part of the military vehicles of a country, therefore these plants are considered a major force of war by any country.
1968 The building of the Volgograd automobile plant starts in the USSR. It is finished in 1972 and has a capacity of 600.000 vehicles annually. A lot of these vehicles will be for the military. 75% of the money for this project comes from the US, 25% from FIAT. The chairman of FIAT is Giovanni Agnelli, a member of Bilderberg’s steering committee. FIAT's second man, Aurelio Peccei, has helped to set up the Club of Rome with the help of 1001 Club member Alexander King, and Pilgrims Society members Dean Rusk and Carroll Wilson.
1972 The U.S. government issues $1 billion in licenses to export equipment and technical assistance for the Kama truck plant. Planned as the largest truck plant in the world, it covers 36 square miles and produces more heavy trucks, including military trucks, than the output of all U.S. heavy truck manufacturers combined. Chase Manhattan Bank with David Rockefeller as chairman was the lead financier for this project. Many U.S. companies had major contracts at the Kama River; Gulf & Western Industries, Combustion Engineering, Holcroft & Company, Honeywell, Ingersoll Milling Machine Company, National Engineering Co., etc.
1972 Bryant Chucking Grinder Co Company sells 35 Centalign-B ball-bearing machines to the Soviets that makes it possible for the them to MIRV their nuclear warheads. This gave them a relatively low-risk first-strike capability. The USSR had been lobbying for this material from 1961 before getting it. In 1974 it was known by the US government that the USSR had this MIRV technology.
1973 On June 19, Nixon, under the watchful eye of Henry Kissinger, signs an agreement to transfer even more transportation technology to the Soviet Union. At this point it should have been very obvious that western technology had been used for years against its own troops in Vietnam.
1979 Geo Space Corporation of Houston, Texas sells 36 array processors to the Soviet Union. Soviet Navy personnel are trained in the Geo Space plant in Houston. Soviet personnel carries the Geo Space units aboard Soviet submarines and installes the units with the shipboard computers.