Antony Sutton

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(author, historian, economist)
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Born Antony Cyril Sutton
February 14, 1925
London, United Kingdom
Died June 17, 2002 (Age 77)
United States
Nationality British, American
Alma mater University of Southampton
Interests • Skull and Bones
• Deep state
• US/Federal Reserve
• The money trust
A scholarly and influential professor whose writings influenced many. After publishing about the order of Skull and Bones, for the last many years of his life he declined to give interviews.

Antony C. Sutton was an academic who had access to an elite set of documents. He is well known for his scholarly works on technology transfers to what were, or were about to become, declared enemy's of the United States and his work on the Skull and Bones fraternity, which he considered his "magnum opus".


Kris Millegan in the 2009 reprint of America's Secret Establishment, had the following to say about the death of professor Sutton: "Anthony Sutton was a giant among men. His integrity cost him dearly: his vocation, his income, his family ... maybe even his life. [...] Tony had collapsed to his kitchen floor early one morning. All the coroner would tell me was 'natural causes'. I asked his partner for many years what happened; she said she didn't know, she was sleeping. The only thing strange was that some folks had moved into the apartment upstairs a few weeks before, and then moved out right after Tony's passing." [1]



Quotes by Antony Sutton

Monopoly“[B]oth the extreme right and the extreme left of the conventional political spectrum are absolutely collectivist. The national socialist (for example, the fascist) and the international socialist (for example, the Communist) both recommend totalitarian politico-economic systems based on naked, unfettered political power and individual coercion. Both systems require monopoly control of society. While monopoly control of industries was once the objective of J. P. Morgan and J. D. Rockefeller, by the late nineteenth century the inner sanctums of Wall Street understood that the most efficient way to gain an unchallenged monopoly was to "go political" and make society go to work for the monopolists — under the name of the public good and the public interest. This strategy was detailed in 1906 by Frederick C. Howe in his Confessions of a Monopolist.”Wall Street and The Bolshevik Revolution
The Federal Reserve ConspiracyThe Federal Reserve has the power to create money. This money is fiction, created out of nothing... This private group of bankers has a money machine monopoly. This monopoly is uncontrolled by anyone and is guaranteed profit. Further, the monopoly doesn't have to answer questions or produce books or file annual statements. It is an unrestricted money monopoly. This book explains how this money monopoly came about.”The Federal Reserve Conspiracy

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