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Soviet - Afghan War (24 Dec 1979 to 15 Feb 1989)

Professor Antony C. Sutton of Harvard and the Hoover institution

The Best Enemy Money Can Buy by Professor Antony C. Sutton [1,vi]

The invasion of Afghanistan was a landmark shift in Soviet military tactics.

Departing from half a century of slow, plodding, “smother the enemy with raw power” tactics, the Soviet military leadership adopted the lightning strike. Overnight the Soviets had captured the Kabul airfield and had surrounded the capital city with tanks.

Tanks ? In an overnight invasion ? How did the 30-ton Soviet tanks roll from the Soviet border to the interior city of Kabul in one day ? What about the rugged Afghan terrain?

The answer is simple: there were two highways from the Soviet Union to Kabul, including one which is 647 miles long. Their bridges can support tanks.

Do you think that Afghan peasants built these roads for yak-drawn carts ? Do you think that Afghan peasants built these roads at all ?

No, you [United States Citizens] built them.

In 1966, reports on this huge construction project began to appear in obsecure U.S. magazines. The project was completed the following year. It was part of [President] Lyndon Johnson’s Great Society. Soviet and U.S. engineers worked side by side, spending U.S. foreign aid money and Soviet money, to get the highways built.

One strip of road, 67 miles long, north through the Salang Pass to the U.S.S.R., cost $42million, or $643,000 per mile. John W. Millers, the leader of the United National Survey team in Afghanistan, commented at the time that it was the most expensive bit of road he had ever seen. The Soviets trained and used 8,000 afghans to build it.

John Jack Gardner Wofford (Rhodes 1957)
1964 to 1966 - Staff Assistant, Community Action Program (Great Society Programme), US Office of Economic Opportunity, Robert Sargent Shriver (S&K) by President Lyndon B. Johnson.

- Manuel Boasberg III worked for Sargent Shiver’s (S&K. Married Eunice, JFK’s sister. Office of Economic Opportunity, a Great Society agency responsible for implementing and administering many of Lyndon B. Johnson’s War on Poverty programs. Manuels son’s are: , Father of Judge James E. Boasberg (S&B 1985) and Thomas Alexander Boasberg (S&B 1986), works for the George W. Bush (S&B 1968), Presidential Center.”

- Central Intelligence Agency - All available profiles

- See History of the Department of Commerce - a key department for the Best Enemy Money can Buy

- Mike Mansfield - Alpha Tau Omega. Shephered LBJs Great Society programme.

- 1962 to 1967 - Foy D. Kohler - United States Ambassador to the Soviet Union by President JFK / LBJ and Council on Foreign Relations

- George H. W. Bush (S&B 1948)
20 Jan 1989 to 20 Jan 1993 - 41st President of the United States
20 Jan 1981 to 20 Jan 1989 - 43rd Vice President of the United States. Headed task foreces on de-regulation and the War on Drugs.
30 Jan 1976 to 20 Jan 1977 - 11th Director of Central Intelligence Agency

William Averell Harriman (S&B 1913) - On-going relationship from early 1940s with Pamela Harriman (Married 1971)…

Pamela had a relationship with Gianni Agnelli (FIAT fortune). She used her relationship with Franklin D. Roosevelt Jr (Freemason. Son’s Father-in-law was Lee James Perrin [S&B 1906])[6], and in 1972 the U.S. Government issued $1billion in licenses to export equipment and technical assistance for the [Soviet] Kama truck plant [aka FIAT-Soviet auto plan]. Planned to be the largest truck plant in the world, it covers 36 square miles and produces more heavy trucks, including military trucks, than the output of all U.S. heavy trucks manufacturers combined.[4,p21]

Trucks from the Kama River plant carried Soviet troops into Afghanistan in 1979, and were used for the support of Soviet conventional military needs. But it was very unlikely that US allies shared the view that trucks were the kind of technology that was central to the strategic position and military posture of the Soviet Union. But US President Carter responded to the Soviet invasion of Afghanistan by instituting sanctions, canceling several computer sales, and stopping equipment destined for the Kama River truck plant.[5]

Finance: The construction contract to Fiat S.p.A., a firm closely associated with Chase Manhatten Bank [Rockefeller], included an engineering fee of $65million. The agreement between Fiat and Soviet government included:[2,p21]

The supply of drawing and engineering data for two automobile models, substantially similar to the Fiat types of current production, but with modifications required by the particular climatic and road conditions of the country; the supply of a complete manufacturing plant project, with the definition of the machine tools, toolings, control apparatus, etc.; the supply of the necessary know-how, personnel trainning, plant start-up assistance, and other similar services. All key machine tools and transfer lines came from the United States.[2,p21]

Jonathon David Towers (S&B 1982) 2012: Inside the Afghanistan War, 2 hour special, Nat Geo 2010: 9/11: After the Towers Fell, 1 hour special, Discovery 2006: Narco-State, 1 hour special re Afghanistan, CNN

[1] - The Best Enemy Money Can Buy by Professor Antony C. Sutton

[2] - FYI - Wiki - Afghan War

[3] - NBCNews - Bin Laden comes home to roost - His CIA ties are only the beginning of a woeful story (24 Aug 1998)

[4] - The Best Enemy Money can Buy by Antony C. Sutton. (1986)

[5] - Global - Kamaz

[6] - The Talented Mrs. Harriman - Vanity Fair - November 2015 by John von Sothen

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