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- Wall Street and the Russian Revolution: 1905-1925
- Wall Street and the Bolshevik Revolution
Antony Cyril Sutton February 14, — June 17, was a British-American researcher, economist, historian, professor, and writer.
Wall Street and the Bolshevik Revolution
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In a courageous investigation, Antony Sutton establishes tangible historical links between U Why did the American Red Cross Mission to Russia include more financiers than medical doctors?
In a courageous investigation, Antony Sutton establishes tangible historical links between US capitalists and Russian communists. Drawing on State Department files, personal papers of key Wall Street figures, biographies and conventional histories, Sutton reveals: the role of Morgan banking executives in funneling illegal Bolshevik gold into the US; the co-option of the American Red Cross by powerful Wall Street forces; the intervention by Wall Street sources to free the Marxist revolutionary Leon Trotsky, whose aim was to topple the Russian government; the deals made by major corporations to capture the huge Russian market a decade and a half before the US recognized the Soviet regime; and, the secret sponsoring of Communism by leading businessmen, who publicly championed free enterprise.
Dispassionately, and with overwhelming documentation, the author details a crucial phase in the establishment of Communist Russia. This classic study - first published in and part of a key trilogy - is reproduced here in its original form. Roosevelt's " Presidential election in the United States".
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Eye opening. Easy read. Completely downloadable. The first Soviet Union 5 year plans were written in the United States. The famous industrial architect's daughter of the plan writers actually lived on street I grew up and was a neighbor Lenin and Trotsky were financed wholly by Rothschild and Rockefeller interests. The United States built the Soviet Union to a very substantial degree.
We sold them heavy water and the aluminum tubes neces Outstanding. We sold them heavy water and the aluminum tubes necessary to build an atomic bomb in Your eyes slowly open to the nature of a very, very corrupt game. Sutton is very well qualified - Hoover Institute - Stanford scholar. Here is this fine, superbly researched book right here for free hit this link and the work is yours View 2 comments.
Wall Street and the Bolshevik Revolution uncovers and documents the how the richest of the rich wall street bankers and business people funded the bolshevik revolution.
Sutton follows the paper trail and shows how people who on the surface would be seemingly at the opposite end of the spectrum covertly funded and promoted communism. Sutton deserves more credit than he gets because he actually did much of the research an Wall Street and the Bolshevik Revolution uncovers and documents the how the richest of the rich wall street bankers and business people funded the bolshevik revolution.
Sutton deserves more credit than he gets because he actually did much of the research and leg work that has helped expose the new world order conspiracy.
His stuff is often rehashed in other, much more well known, peoples work. This book is an in-depth look at the role of Wall Street in financing the Bolshevik revolution, exposing some valuable truth about the true origin of communism and the deception of the federal reserve, and contains information that is not possible to find in "traditional" history books. This was an eye opener of a book, well worth the read.
May 04, Ietrio rated it did not like it Shelves: junk. The regular conspiracy theory fare. Something along the lines that President Roosevelt peed in the same toilet as Lenin while visiting a hotel in Geneva, some 10 years apart. Well, Lenin was a guest there and he probably peed in the en suite toilet. And Roosevelt might not have been in Geneva altogether. But this is only the veil put in place by the Jewish bankers to hide the collusion. Jun 14, Raham rated it did not like it.
Some good old nonsense by the libertarian nutjob Sutton. Sutton, who has also claimed that the Roosevelts and Nazi Germany were sponsored by the same bankers in order to, and I quote, promote "corporate socialism" in order to ensure "monopoly acquisiti Some good old nonsense by the libertarian nutjob Sutton.
Sutton, who has also claimed that the Roosevelts and Nazi Germany were sponsored by the same bankers in order to, and I quote, promote "corporate socialism" in order to ensure "monopoly acquisition of wealth". Although some of the data that Sutton brings up seems to have some truth behind it, he then proceeds to make up his own conclusions of the reasoning behind them. This book is mostly a look in to the mind of a deranged conspiracy theorist that has fooled thousands of people like himself and not necessarily a credible or authentic account of history.
All major parties were well funded and supported by personages that continue to remain well hidden from public view. Aug 13, Paul Conant rated it it was amazing. Are communism and commercialism mutually exclusive? On paper, yes. And yet who could be a better friend to a megalomaniacal revolutionary than a wealthy benefactor who wishes to increase his prestige and power? It sounds implausible only because our modern educational systems have neglected to inform the public of the link between Wall Street and the Bolshevik revolution.
Nonetheless, the trail of evidence is there - familiar banking names such as the Morgans and Warburgs, as well as Trotsky and Are communism and commercialism mutually exclusive? Nonetheless, the trail of evidence is there - familiar banking names such as the Morgans and Warburgs, as well as Trotsky and Lenin make their appearance in this book.
Why would wealthy so-called "capitalists" want to fund communist revolutions in Russia, or anywhere else? What's in it for them? At the end of the day, even communist campaigns need financing who funds the mass printing of Antifa manuals? The bottom line is that one cannot possibly appreciate the state of the modern world unless one divests oneself of the idea that seemingly competing ideologies don't mask hidden alliances.
It's time people took a look at the evidence themselves, and formulated meaningful questions based what is presented to them.
Mainstream education has done many generations a terrible disservice by neglecting to report on the truth about the Bolshevik revolution. Aug 19, Richard Hoover rated it it was amazing. Awesome book and gutsy tenacious author. My film I wrote exec. Hitler used executions and gas etc. Jun 16, Fernando Rocha rated it it was amazing. Por esse motivo, seu trabalho tende a ser descartado de imediato como 'extremo' ou, mais frequentemente, simplesmente ignorado.
Jan 07, Paul Bustion rated it it was ok. I do not agree with most of what the author said in the book. I don't agree with him that Rockefeller helped finance Bolshevism. However, I do think the Warburgs might have. However, this may have been because of their relationship with Kaiser Wilhelm of Germany, who was fighting Russia's Czar Nicholas, and I do not agree with most of what the author said in the book.
However, this may have been because of their relationship with Kaiser Wilhelm of Germany, who was fighting Russia's Czar Nicholas, and then his successor the socialist dictator Alexander Kerensky, in the First World War. The Kaiser himself was aiding Lenin and Trotsky in order to weaken the Russian state.
Many leaders of world Jewry during the war were rooting for a German victory because of the czar's mistreatment of Jews. However, establishing Bolshevism would have been a different goal, and not one the Warburgs would have had given that they were capitalists. That does give some credibility to Sutton's argument though. And Sutton does say in the book that he thinks international financiers helped the Bolsheviks for economic, not ideological reasons.
Wall Street and the Russian Revolution: 1905-1925
Tuesday 8 December Sutton Antony Cyril. Since the early s, numerous pamphlets and articles, even a few books, have sought to forge a link between "international bankers" and "Bolshevik revolutionaries. Indeed, some of the "evidence" used in these efforts has been fraudulent, some has been irrelevant, much cannot be checked. Examination of the topic by academic writers has been studiously avoided; probably because the hypothesis offends the neat dichotomy of capitalists versus Communists and everyone knows, of course, that these are bitter enemies.
Wall Street and the Bolshevik Revolution
It was certainly crucial to German military capabilities Not only was an influential sector of American business aware of the nature of Franklin D. Roosevelt is frequently described as one of the greatest presidents in American history, remembered for his leadership during the Great Depression and Second World War.
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Почему бы тебе не позвонить. - Потому что дело именно в. Он что-то скрывает. Джабба вытаращил глаза: - Мидж, дорогая. Я по уши опутан кабелем.
Внутри клубились тучи черного дыма. Все трое как завороженные смотрели на это зрелище, не лишенное какой-то потусторонней величественности. Фонтейн словно окаменел. Когда же он пришел в себя, его голос был едва слышен, но исполнен решимости: - Мидж, вызовите аварийную команду.
Интуиция подсказывала ему, что в глубинах дешифровального чудовища происходит что-то необычное.