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by Congress:Member:Leslie R. Pastor [Antony C. Sutton: The Discovery of the Control Paradigm] Copyright © 2009


'Antony Cyril Sutton (February 14, 1925 – June 17, 2002)'


Having a brilliant father with a doctoral degree from one of the most prestigious universities in the United States (Columbia University), and who provided me with an excellent education both in Europe and the United States, significantly, structured me with the appropriate ‘milieu’ enabling me to discover America’s Secret Establishment. Without his intervention in my life, I would not have been able to discern the fundamentals necessary to decipher fact from fiction. His circle of friends and associates provided me with a stable influence and an excellent beginning, enabling me to normalize my findings in precise rational references.

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Dr. Antony C. Sutton with Dr. Stan Monteith, Radio Liberty, July 29th, 1999.



My discovery of Antony C. Sutton D. Sc. in the university (library) stacks at Seton Hall University, (1972) specifically, Western Technology and Soviet Economic Development 1917-1930 provided me with an insight rarely understood by the average historian. I recognized immediately fundamental phenomena with respect to ‘revolution’ and ‘technology,’ with the one dealing with cessation and destruction, while the other necessitating intervention and resurrection via technological innovation provided as technological transfers from the United States and Europe.

'Western Technology and Soviet Economic Development (1917-1965)' [1] [2] [3]

Antony C. Sutton

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Antony C. Sutton - Psychotronic Weapons and Behavior Modification


American International Corporation, the vehicle used to both fund and engineer the Russian Revolution of 1917, was first established in 1915 with investment capital funding provided by some of the wealthiest families in the United States. It was capitalized at $50 million and was listed on the New York Stock Exchange at $100.00 per share in 1915.

Leon Trotsky had been living at 1522 Vyse Avenue in the Bronx in 1916, while working as an editor of Novy Mir. He spoke no English, and yet he survived in NYC, in a luxurious lifestyle. He left for Russia in 1917, with $20 million in gold, with 287 ‘Bolsheviks’ from the lower East Side, followed by Lenin, who traveled in a sealed ‘boxcar’ from Switzerland to Russia. These ‘revolutionaries’ were ‘aided and abetted,’by, American and European Bankers who provided both diplomatic and economic support to solidify their control of the former Czarist Russian Empire. Without such intervention, Russia would never have become a ‘communist’ nation. [See Source Reference at end of page]


Books by Antony C. Sutton [online]

'Wall Street & FDR'

'Wall Street & Rise of Hitler'

'Wall Street & The Bolshevik Revolution'

'Wall Street & The Best Enemy Money Can Buy'

'The Federal Reserve Conspiracy ['

'The Federal Reserve Conspiracy'

'National Suicide: Military Aid to the Soviet Union'

Trilaterals Over America [Adobe Acrobat Reader Required]

America’s Secret Establishment [Adobe Acrobat Reader Required]

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'''Antony C. Sutton On How He Received The Membership List of "Skull & Bones"

Fleshing Out Skull and Bones by Kris Milligan

The Hegelian Dialectic (G. Richard Arnold)

Lecture Given By Antony C. Sutton (1976) (Part 1) (Part 2) (Part 3) (Part 4) (Part 5)

Interview: Antony C. Sutton (Part 1) ~ Documentation Videos ~ Introduction: The Order Part 1 Part 2 Part 3 Part 4 Part 5

Interview: Antony C. Sutton (Part 2) ~ Documentation Videos ~ Hegelian Dialectic Part 1 Part 2 Part 3 Part 4

Dutch Production - Interview - Antony C. Sutton - Video

The Published Works of Antony C. Sutton D. Sc.

Energy The Created Crisis by Antony C. Sutton (Book)

Alan Stang: A Giant Departs (Eulogy)

Clear NFO

My Research Explained

Mind Control in the United States - Introduction by Antony C. Sutton


Antony C. Sutton brilliantly details the background of this information in his published works, three (3) of which, he published at the Hoover Institution at Stanford University in California circa 1968-1973.

Western Technology and Soviet Economic Development.1917-1930 [Publication 76] [1]

Western Technology and Soviet Economic Development 1930-1945 [Publication 90] [2]

Western Technology and Soviet Economic Development 1945-1965 [Publication 113] [3]

Peter Myers Review of Western Technology and Soviet Economic Development

Alan H. Belmont, the former Assistant Director For Domestic Intelligence, Federal Bureau of Investigation accepted his research for publication in 1968. His documentation was so remarkable and impeccable, that Belmont notified J. Edgar Hoover, regarding Sutton’s findings. The FBI decided to conduct their own ‘investigation’ via their own agents in Russia, to ascertain the veracity of this novel ‘intelligence’ first hand. John Barron, wrote about this in his book, Operation Solo.



Operation Solo by John Barron

John Barron

Dick Hansen and Operation Solo

Jack & Morris Childs


:Tales of the FBI - Operation Solo



Dr. Sutton furthered his research, when he realized that significant transfers of technology were ‘military’ in nature and had a direct influence on the outcome of the Viet Nam war. Dr. Sutton’s attempt to notify members of the US Congress about this fact was muted and deflected. The war was not allowed to be managed as a military theater of operation. All of this puzzled the conservative Dr. Sutton, for it made absolutely no sense, until he received a secret package from a member of the Russell Trust, which enabled Dr. Sutton to finally piece together this puzzle. The package was the actual catalog membership list of the Russell Trust Association, complete with names and references, from the initial inception from its beginnings to the then present timeframe of 1981.

I became aware of Dr. Sutton’s research while attending Seton Hall University in South Orange, New Jersey in 1972, when I became intrigued with ‘revolution and technology transfers,’ especially since this spelt ‘conspiracy’ with a capital "C". Dr. Sutton’s research crystallized this fact, when I recognized the anomaly. Dr. Sutton explains:

"The way the U.S. perceived the Soviet Union during the Cold War has become known as the "perceptions problem." The CIA and the State Department were emphatic the Soviet Union was a real super power with its own self-developed technology and a threat to the Western world. This of course suited the corporate ambitions of the military industrial complex. This was the prevailing viewpoint reflected in all economic development textbooks, in the media, in military planning and the export control laws. It was the prevailing mythology. This mythology generated giant contracts and stupendous profits. Yet it was truly a mythology.

We entered UCLA Graduate School in 1958 after a multi-country, multi-industry experience with industrial technology in Europe, Canada, Mexico, and the United States. Not once in ten years had we encountered any Soviet design technology and we knew that the Soviets were massive importers of the most advanced technology from the West. In our experience the accepted paradigm was absurd....the Soviet Union was actually built by the West and was dependent upon the West for technology. This reality of dependency was concealed by a clever propaganda image that became the dominant reality for the West.

At UCLA this view was dominant, i.e., "everyone knew" that the Soviets were far ahead of the U.S. in technology. No discussion was allowed, as this was verifiable truth, according to UCLA pundits. It was impossible to submit the contrary reality as a doctoral thesis though massive evidence existed and even in the UCLA Main Library!

After three years at UCLA, we were ejected from the doctoral program. A sympathetic member of the Department, Dr. Dudley Pegrum, found a position for this [Antony C. Sutton] author at California State University, Los Angeles, as assistant professor of economics. At Cal State we encountered the same hostility and viewpoint: "Soviets have their own self-developed technology, every knows that…." But we survived five years before denial of tenure.

However, quietly, we began in 1965 a massive self-financed study, a technical analysis of Soviet Industry. For five years we said little and completed the first volume of the three-volume study. The data were not difficult to obtain….the Soviets had convinced THEMSELVES they had a self-generated indigenous technology and the Glavlit censors allowed export of numerous training and equipment manuals and handbooks under the mistaken impression they were needed to maintain Soviet exports of this equipment. These manuals were undeniable evidence of dependence when compared to Western models and designs.

Then came one of those fortuitous events that cannot be explained, but broke the barrier of orthodoxy. We sent the manuscript unsolicited to Henry Regnery Company in Chicago. Two weeks later we had a return letter from Henry Regnery himself to the effect that the work was "very important but not commercial." Regnery advised we send the manuscript to Hoover Institution at Stanford University.

Again by accident, the manuscript arrived on the desk of Alan Belmont, Assistant Director for Administration at Hoover Institution, and the one man in the entire United States best able to judge its accuracy. Belmont had just retired to Hoover from FBI where he was Assistant Director for Domestic Intelligence….and knew firsthand the efforts by the Soviets to acquire U.S. technology through espionage. Belmont sent the manuscript to émigré Russian engineers, those who had worked in the plants using the technology we describe. This route was probably the only way the manuscript could break through the paradigm barrier.

This was the breakthrough that Bruce De Palma never found. Pons and Fleischmann had to go to France with Japanese financing to work on their ‘novelty of fact,’ as [Thomas S.] Kuhn describes the barrier phenomenon. Yull Brown [Brown’s Gas] discussed below, found acceptance and award in Australia but rejection in the United States.

By 1968 we were at Hoover Institution working on the remaining two volumes. All three were published between 1968-1974 but not without major struggles within Hoover Institution, notably with hostility from former CIA personnel.

By the end of 1974 we had three volumes in print. But the fourth volume (on military aspects) led to expulsion from Hoover Institution in a battle led by CIA personnel trying to cover the tracks of inadequate analysis in official Washington.

The fourth volume surfaced the military assistance provided by the technical transfers and which were not suspected at all in Washington. We did not know at the time that these volumes had also surfaced the so-called "perceptions problem" that U.S. intelligence had been suckered by Soviet propaganda. The CIA wanted the military implications concealed to protect their image.

This author [Antony C. Sutton] was the unfortunate messenger.

The Soviet Union collapsed within 20 years and the world now knows that the system was a technological hoax and an economic disaster. In 1982, CIA Director William Casey admitted that their estimate of dependence was wrong but obliquely suggested that CIA itself had discovered the dependence! In fact, it was our self-financed work going back to the 1950s that surfaced the dependence while CIA reaction to the work was to eliminate the messenger. We have no doubt that history will surface other similar, and maybe some worse, examples of the rigid structure of orthodoxy and its extraordinary cost."



The View From 4-Space, pp 54-57 Dr. Antony C. Sutton. FTIR Publications. From a hand autographed copy the Author presented to me on June 14, 1999

Shortly after Dr. Sutton's death on June 17, 2002, his books and his name were erased from the Hoover Institution. An indication of how powerful, he was, while he lived, being often persecuted, but never prosecuted for his writings.


Our Education is Not What It is Purported To Be

My Acknowledgment of Antony C. Sutton and his Influence

Testimony of Antony C. Sutton Before The Republican Party August 15, 1972


'Woodrow Wilson: Disciple of Revolution' (1938) by Jennings Cropper Wise on page 647 states:

'"Historians must never forget that Woodrow Wilson, despite the efforts of the British police, made it possible for Leon Trotsky to enter Russia with an American passport." '


Additional Reference:


Dr. Sutton provided significant insight into his operational years at the Hoover Institution, specifically his Memoirs, explaining his significant association with Al Belmont who remained his steadfast support and benefactor, providing an extended contract, when it was recognized by Belmont that, certain factions within the Hoover Institution, wanted Antony C. Sutton to depart. pp. 83-98.

Source: Fleshing Out Skull & Bones: Investigations into America’s Most Powerful Secret Society, by Kris Milligan, (Editor), Copyright 2003, Trineday LLC.


Library of Congress Control Number: 2003095005

ISBN 0-9720207-2-1 (HardCover)

ISBN 0-9752906-0-6 (SoftCover)

Millegan, Robert A. (Kris) – Editor/Author

First Edition: 109876543

Skull & Bones Society - How The Order Controls Education - Antony C. Sutton

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Kris Millegan Interview: Fox News: Transcript:




Commentary -- Recommended Reading


Antony C. Sutton Papers -- Hoover Institution (Stanford University)

National Security - Trade With The Soviet Union (Antony C. Sutton)

Article: Wall Street Funded Communism

Article: How Bush's grandfather helped Hitler's rise to power

Voline: The Unknown Revolution


The History Behind Trotsky


The Communist - Capitalist Alliance


The Venona Documents


Leon Trotsky (whose real name was Lev Davidovich Bronstein, 1879-1940, the son of wealthy Jewish parents), who was exiled from Russia because of his part in the aborted revolution in 1905, was a reporter for Novy Mir, a communist paper in New York, from 1916-17. He had an expensive apartment and traveled around town in a chauffeur-driven limousine. He sometimes stayed at the Krupp mansion, and had been seen going in and out of Schiff's New York mansion. Trotsky was given $20 million in Jacob Schiff gold to help finance the revolution, which was deposited in a Warburg bank, then transferred to the Nya Banken in Stockholm, Sweden. According to the Knickerbocker Column in the New York Journal American on February 3, 1949: "Today it is estimated by Jacob's grandson, John Schiff, that the old man sank about $20,000,000 for the final triumph of Bolshevism in Russia."

Trotsky left New York aboard the S. S. Kristianiafjord (S. S. Christiania), which had been chartered by Schiff and Warburg, on March 27, 1917, with communist revolutionaries, At Halifax, Nova Scotia, on April 3, the first port they docked at, the Canadians, under orders from the British Admiralty, seized Trotsky, and his men, taking them to the prison at Amherst and impounded his gold.

Official records, now declassified by the Canadian government, indicate that they knew Trotsky and his small army were "socialists leaving for the purposes of starting revolution against present Russian government..." The Canadians were concerned that if Lenin would take over Russia, he would sign a Peace Treaty and stop the fighting between Russia and Germany, so that the German Army could be diverted to possibly mount an offensive against the United States and Canada. The British government (through intelligence officer Sir William Wiseman, who later became a partner with Kuhn, Loeb and Co.) and American government (through Col. House) urged them to let Trotsky go. Wilson said that if they didn't comply, the U. S. wouldn't enter the War. Trotsky was released, given an American passport, a British transport visa, and a Russian entry permit. It is obvious that Wilson knew what was going on, because accompanying Trotsky, was Charles Crane of the Westinghouse Company, who was the Chairman of the Democratic Finance Committee. The U.S. entered the war on April 6th. Trotsky arrived in Petrograd on May 17.



'Woodrow Wilson: Disciple of Revolution' (1938) by Jennings Cropper Wise on page 647 states:

'"Historians must never forget that Woodrow Wilson, despite the efforts of the British police, made it possible for Leon Trotsky to enter Russia with an American passport." '


Additional Reference:


Antony C. Sutton Publications:

'Western Technology and Soviet Economic Development, 1917-1930' - Hoover Press Publication [76].

Hoover Institution on War, Revolution and Peace, Stanford University, Stanford, California, 1968 ©

Library of Congress Catalog Number: 68-24442 - First Printing 1968 [1]

'Western Technology and Soviet Economic Development, 1930-1945' - Hoover Press Publication [90].

Hoover Institution on War, Revolution and Peace, Stanford University, Stanford, California, 1971

Standard Book Number: 8179-1901-5 - Library of Congress Catalog Number: 68-24442 - Second Printing 1968 (Antony C. Sutton ©) [2]

'Western Technology and Soviet Economic Development, 1945-1965' - Hoover Press Publication [113].

Hoover Institution on War, Revolution and Peace, Stanford University, Stanford, California, 1973 ©

ISBN: 0-8179-1131-6, Library of Congress Catalog Number: 68-24442 [3]

'National Suicide – Military Aid To The Soviet Union' -The Australian League of Rights, Melbourne, Australia.

Copyright © 1973 by Arlington House, New Rochelle, New York.

ISBN: 0-8700-207-4, Library of Congress Card Catalog Number: 73-11977

'Wall Street and the Bolshevik Revolution' - Antony C. Sutton – Arlington House, New Rochelle, NY,

Copyright © 1981 Veritas Publishing Co. Pty. Ltd. P. O. Box 254, Morley, Western Australia, 6062

ISBN: 0-9594631, Library of Congress Catalog Number: 74-10868

'Wall Street and the Rise of Hitler' - Antony C. Sutton – Bloomfield Books - Copyright © 1976 Antony C. Sutton

Bloomfield Books – The Old Priory, Priory Lane – Sudbury, Suffolk, England (in association with)

Heritage Publications – 273 Little Collins Street, Melbourne, Australia

Intelligence Publications – Flesherton, Ontario, Canada

Dolphin Press (Pty) Ltd. – P. O. Box 332, Pinetown, Natal, South Africa


America's Secret Establishment by Antony C. Sutton

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Energy - The Created Problem (Antony C. Sutton)

Energy - The Created Crisis Antony C. Sutton



:New Book: The VIEW FROM 4-SPACE

:by Antony Sutton, D.Sc.,

:Dauphin Publications

:ISBN: 978-1-939438-37-9



:'"Dr. Sutton apprised me that the paradigm extends even to the field of “Energy.” He sent me his first edition book, “The View from 4-Space,” substantiating that The Control Paradigm extends to the very fabric of the 4th Dimension. With the help of Thomas Eugene Bearden I learned that most inventors are denied funding if their inventions provide significant ‘overunity’ aspects inherent within them. Funding is only provided to favored companies having access within The Control Paradigm. Many do not realize that significant suppression techniques are applied to real Overunity technologies that reach fulfillment protocols.'

:'Overunity is real but it resides within the dimension of 4-Space, necessitating the knowledge of Quantum Mechanics, and the physics of Dirac, Prigogine, and an understanding that you are now delving into the realm of the Creator Himself. The work of Bearden and Bedini have interesting side effects known as ‘precursor engineering’ dynamics, in which physical reality itself is affected. Dirac discovering the truth inherent within Quantum Mechanics was immediately suppressed and was told that he could not divulge specific components of his discovery. His discovery of negative energy and the reversal of the timewave, verified the initial completed Unified Field Theory of James Clerk Maxwell."'

:'Leslie R. Pastor'

:New Energy Congress - 'Member'