US helps build Russian war machine

by Jon Rappoport

March 23, 2022

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Recently, I have been presenting evidence, from the work of the prodigious researcher, Antony Sutton, that modern Russia was, to a significant degree, established by Americans.

One—and not the only—vector of Sutton’s work was: technology transfers from the US to Russia. His proof was voluminous and specific.

The Russians needed lots of help. They were behind the curve.

Was this help part of a conspiracy? I believe the answer is sometimes yes and sometimes it was just business. Sales, money, profit, greed.

However, during the Cold War, with Russia as America’s enemy, US companies making money from supplying vital technology, which was used to build a war machine in the USSR…we’re talking about deception, crime, traitorous actions.

Today, I just want to publish one of Sutton’s tables, naming the high points of semi-conductor transfers. This vital tech enables the creation of a modern military force.

Two US companies are mentioned: Control Data Corporation (CDC—not the public health agency) and Continental Trading Corp (CTC). CDC as such no longer exists. I find several current companies with names that might or might not be the CTC Sutton refers to.

Here is his devastating chart. It comes from his book, The Best Enemy Money Can Buy.

People who are applauding the current wall to wall bashing of anything Russian ought to know a little thing called history—especially hidden history—counts, and tells its own story.

1951: Semi-conductor developed in Santa Clara Valley, California. From this point on Soviets import chips and then manufacture on a laboratory scale.

1971: “Computer in a chip” development. Soviets still unable to mass produce even primitive semi-conductor devices.

1973: Control Data Corporation (CDC) agrees to supply Soviets with a wide range of scientific and engineering information including construction and design of a large fast computer (75 to 100 million instructions per second is fast even in 1985) and manufacturing techniques for semi-conductors and associated technologies (See Chapter Five).

1977-80: Soviets acquire technology for a semi-conductor plant through the Bruchhausen network and Continental Trading Corp. (CTC). The CDC agreement gives Soviets sufficient information to set up a purchasing and espionage program. CDC told the Soviets what they needed to buy.

1981-82: Commerce Department lax in enforcing export control regulations. U.S. Customs Service makes determined efforts to stop export of semi-conductor manufacturing equipment.

1985: Soviets establish plant for semi-conductor mass production. Soviet military equipment based on this new output.

1986: U.S. taxpayer continues to support a defense budget of over $300 billion a year. Without these transfers Soviet military could not have been computerised and U.S. defense budget reduced.

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The author of three explosive collections, THE MATRIX REVEALED, EXIT FROM THE MATRIX, and POWER OUTSIDE THE MATRIX, Jon was a candidate for a US Congressional seat in the 29th District of California. He maintains a consulting practice for private clients, the purpose of which is the expansion of personal creative power. Nominated for a Pulitzer Prize, he has worked as an investigative reporter for 30 years, writing articles on politics, medicine, and health for CBS Healthwatch, LA Weekly, Spin Magazine, Stern, and other newspapers and magazines in the US and Europe. Jon has delivered lectures and seminars on global politics, health, logic, and creative power to audiences around the world. You can sign up for his free NoMoreFakeNews emails here or his free OutsideTheRealityMachine emails here.

15 comments on “US helps build Russian war machine

  1. “US helps build Russian war machine” Of course, because they all in the same boat “MS Communism”.

  2. Paul says:

    In God’s Good Name
    Do WE Destroy
    This Type Spending…

    The People’s

    It seems rather
    In That
    The “Average”

    “Desert Sky…
    Desert Rose…”

    ~ Good Vox & You Too !

  3. Opie Poik says:

    Underaged-girl-Hunter Biden’s (See what I did there?) laptop is kryptonite to the techno-Kingdom of Davos: (<5 min.)

    & 45 min.:

    50 more minutes, with some overlap of the above:

    Ukraine is oligarch grifter territory.

  4. Opie Poik says:

    When this is all settled, maybe Martin Scorsese will do a remake Prizzi’s Honor, based on the Biden crime syndicate. Wowzers.

  5. JD says:

    We know this to be true during the cold war. A logistics carrier received computers in the US. Shipped them to a German logistics carrier which had Russian approval and these loads were trucked to delivery

  6. It is a common phrase:”…it’s just business.”

    We are so immersed in the world of commerce that it seems normal. Yet, upon realizing that human beings are the only species that must pay to live in this world, something certainly DOES seem odd. We have been taught that commerce has been a long process evolving over thousands of years until we arrive at today where we pay for water, shelter, transportation, food, medicine and education. Where taxes are paid without hardly noticing yet even superficial contemplation about taxes reveals their true nature, a theft upon the population.

    Humanity has been bound into service not to Nature, not to God but to dollars.

    Economies are based on competition rather than cooperation.

    How can we begin to reverse what has become insanity masquerading as civilization?

    The creative capacity of humanity may hold the key. We may be more powerful beings than we realize, having been locked into a waking dream land of cell phones, fast food and other foundations of “modern life” that capture and quiet our creative potential.

  7. From Elsewhere says:

    Feeding a bear makes the animal less aggresive, but not more intelligent. The choice was never mine. People, as nations, are merely concepts. Chosen ones get to decide and gain. Power, wealth, knowledge. Crawling is my curse.

  8. Roundball Shaman says:

    “People who are applauding the current wall to wall bashing of anything Russian ought to know a little thing called history—especially hidden history—counts, and tells its own story.”

    People who blindly follow ‘The Official Narrative!’ have no depth of thinking or understanding. They want to be told what to think and they obediently follow along like helpless chicks following a deranged pied piper who has designs on doing them in.

    These kind of people don’t care about history. They have arrived at ‘Their Answer!’ first, and then assemble pieces that support those selective and restrictive notions while actively resisting and rejecting without examination anything that doesn’t support their dogma of New Faith Follow-The-Leader-Without-Question-ism.

    That’s why History is being actively erased these days. ‘History’ must be re-written and purged to support ‘The Official Narrative!’.

    First you start by purging History itself. Then you purge all those who refuse to accept and defend ‘Our New History!’ as this fiction and fabrication is concocted and foisted on to the remaining empty-headed helpless chicks.

  9. BDBinc says:

    Real History is hidden.

    As the central banksters are GLOBAL they freely transfer money between their corporations( nations). What you have written emphasizes this.
    We need to Stop thinking the way they conditioned us to, esp in terms of this “nationalization think” they need for wars. The global corporate war machine has no border$.

    Does the land think its Russia?

  10. “The Russians needed lots of help. They were behind the curve.”

    That’s such an American thing to say, but I bear you no grudge.

    I saw you on DelingPod yesterday, you look good and sound good for being 10,000 years old. Keep going ole man.

    “Was this help part of a conspiracy? I believe the answer is sometimes yes and sometimes it was just business. Sales, money, profit, greed.”

    Conspiracy is a tool invented by the CIA! It’s a devise use to propagandize in another way.

    In the words of Ray Kurtzweil — and now I am forced to wash my mouth out with some good Irish whiskey, it’s the only thing that will stop the viral transfer of his philosophy to my brain, it’s a trans-philosophy sort of thing.

    “I’m an inventor. I became interested in long-term trends because an invention has to make sense in the world in which it is finished, not the world in which it is started.”

    And technology has changed incredibly fast, now we have electric hammers, and toothbrushes and…

    In regards to software we could say, “When it comes to software applications especially, new design as well as new features are emerging by lunchtime.’ –WIRED”.

    And revolutionize the predecessor, obsolescence is speeding up! As what is started, is finally finished and has no resemblance to its beginning.

    The massive transfer of technology and science after the war, and I mean directly after the war, was in exponential terms. The Soviet Union went immediately to work, after 1945 – and there is a lot in the New Economic Policy of Lenin, 1921 as that idea of limited capitalism inspired technology research — in and of the one thing the Soviet understood was that if hadn’t been for the overpowering numbers of foot soldier, infantry, and the [lend-lease agreement] that the second world war might have gone the other way.

    This great loss in the war, inspired them to reach for greater technology. They bought it, invented it, stole it, like all the rest did.

    But that was without divulging the truth of the war and scorched earth as an offensive military tactic. Which cost the Russian an unbelievable amount?
    Military deaths alone are staggering with 11.5 million/Soviets, against the 42,000/Canada, 407,000/US, and 383,000/UK respectfully!
    And Russia was never really acknowledged for that great sacrifice, in a way it broke down newly founded war time relations, and Russia saw this as a type of betrayal.

    The Russian embraced the full might of Barbarossa.

    Sutton speaks of then and this is now a different place, were all those old cold warriors are broken down and dead and dying if not dead. Their evil and twisted prodigy is what is the problem now.
    Much of it is the propaganda of the west, of which Antony Sutton was not immune, was all whiskey, piss and vinegar. He was a kind of gatekeeper, without him knowing it, and was not immune to those who knew and played him as he wore his heart on his sleeve.

    The American is quintessentially a braggard and a blow hard. The talk back then was always accompanied with a brass band and the flag softly fluttering in the breeze.

    Not enough beef and Sutton had an axe to grind.

    “For a variety of reasons—compassion for the sufferings of the Soviet peoples, sympathy for the great “socialist experiment,” but primarily for the pursuit of profit—Western businessmen and diplomats began opening contacts with the Soviet Union. Among these persons were Averell Harriman, [Armand Hammer], and Henry Ford, who sold tractors to the Soviet Union. Such endeavors facilitated commercial ties between the Soviet Union and the United States, establishing the basis for further cooperation, dialogue, and diplomatic relations between the two countries. This era of cooperation was never solidly established, however, and it diminished as Joseph Stalin attempted to eradicate vestiges of capitalism and to make the Soviet Union economically self-sufficient.”

    And the basis of armaments is the tractor and Ford trucks. That is just one short step away.

    “Lend-Lease was the most visible sign of wartime cooperation between the United States and the Soviet Union. About $11 billion in war matériel was sent to the Soviet Union under that program. Additional assistance came from U.S. Russian War Relief (a private, non-profit organization) and the Red Cross. About seventy percent of the aid reached the Soviet Union via the Persian Gulf through Iran; the remainder went across the Pacific to Vladivostok and across the North Atlantic to Murmansk. Lend-Lease to the Soviet Union officially ended in September 1945. Joseph Stalin never revealed to his own people the full contributions of Lend-Lease to their country’s survival, but he referred to the program at the 1945 Yalta Conference saying, “Lend-Lease is one of Franklin Roosevelt’s most remarkable and vital achievements in the formation of the anti-Hitler alliance.”

    This was an agreement between nations, and the Soviet Union because of its position geographically and because of Germany’s fervent hatred of everything Soviet, was the real sacrifice.
    Don’t under estimate the force of the Blitzkrieg Nazi, if Hitler had not made the mistake of Barbarossa, the end would have been a lot different, and that sadly was never really acknowledged by the west — to their shame. The average Russian knows this, as does it government.

    So, Sutton is lost in something else, he is an ignorant tenth man, divulging dissented information which has the flavour of a conspiracy, they wanted that information out anyway, it aided the propaganda, but it is not truth, its partial truth.

    Its the idea of America makes everything first and better than the rest… using reverse psychology.

    Putin has taken the wreckage of the Soviet Union and made a great nation, a technologically and advanced nation about to step into AI.

    • Tim says:

      “…who killed the Czar and his ministers, Anastasia screamed in vain, I road a tank, held a General’s rank, when the blitzkreig raged and the bodies stank….pleased to meet you, hope you guess my name…
      “…cause what’s puzzling you is the nature of my game…”.”Hoo-hoo…”…

      There are no real victims.

  11. George says:

    Right from the beginning, Rockefeller and Rothschild funded Lenin and Stalin gaining control of the USSR. At the top level of civilization it’s been a deceptive game for quite a while. The truth is found in our hearts, that has never changed. Follow your intuition and obey your conscience. Making sense of history requires the inclusion of spirits and going into all that stuff is a bottomless pit of mystery. Regardless, I do enjoy Jon’s view points and important information. Thank you.

  12. Chris A says:

    Read the diaries of Major Jordan to find out how much infrastructure was sent to Russia through FDR lend lease out of Montana and Alaska military bases. Not just military hardware but currency printing plates and blueprints for factories among other items.

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