The Best Enemy Money Can Buy

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In this YouTube video clip, Vice President Joe Biden states that the “affirmative task before us now is to create a new world order” at the Export Import Bank conference in Washington on April 5, 2013.

The revolutionary movement which began in 1789 in the Cercle Social, which in the middle of its course had as its chief representatives Leclerc and Roux, and which finally with Babeuf’s conspiracy was temporarily defeated, gave rise to the communist idea which Babeuf’s friend Buonarroti re-introduced in France after the Revolution in 1830. This idea, consistently developed, is the idea of the new world order.

This quote (found here in full context) is from The Holy Family, the first joint collaboration volume of Karl Marx and Friedrich Engels. It was written several years before their more celebrated (and originally anonymous) 1848 work, The Communist Manifesto.

So from Marx and Engels — the founding fathers of modern communism — we have it boldly stated: the communist idea = the new world order.

OK — David Rockefeller, Henry Kissinger, George H. W. Bush, Zbigniew Brzezinski, Jimmy Carter, Bill Clinton, George W. Bush, John McCain, Barack Obama, Joe Biden ad nauseam — how do you explain away this one? Conspiracy fact or conspiracy theory?

Unfamiliar with the Export Import Bank? Check out chapter 3 of this amazing book, The Best Enemy Money Can Buy, by Antony C. Sutton.

Sutton, former Research Fellow at the Hoover Institution on War, Revolution and Peace at Stanford University, one of the most prestigious academic “think tanks,” was a world-acclaimed expert on the origins of Soviet technology.

He was the author of many scholarly works, including the three-volume series, Western Technology and Soviet Economic Development.

Surveying every possible source of information, in five languages, and regarding every industry, physical plant capacity, and technological development in the Soviet Union since 1917, Sutton proved “there is no such thing as Soviet technology,” but technology transferred from the Western bloc countries by physical force, monopolistic concessions, harassment, breach of contract, or numerous other unsavory methods.

In effect, powerful international interests in the United States and Western Europe created the Soviet Military Industrial Complex.

A key component in this process was the Export Import Bank.

The Bank is financed through your taxes and help build the Kama River Complex in the USSR.

This truck factory was the largest in world, thirty six square miles in area, which produced over 250,000 heavy trucks, tanks, and armored personnel carriers each year.

During the Vietnam War it built the trucks that carried supplies down the Ho Chi Minh Trail to North Vietnamese troops fighting American soldiers.

Later it was these Kama River Complex-built Soviet military vehicles that invaded Afghanistan in December 1979, traveling on a highway built from the Soviet border to Kabul which was a joint construction project of the US and Soviet governments in the 1960s during the Vietnam War.

The head of the Export Import Bank during the Nixon administration which authorized the financing and building of the Kama River Complex was William J. Casey, later CIA director under Ronald Reagan.

And President Obama just recently signed a bill which reauthorized the life of the Export Import Bank through 2014.

Which enemy are we going to subsidize and sustain next?

12:03 pm on April 7, 2013