Overflight, 86

… It is paradoxical that an Administration that was noisy in its public anti−communist stance, and quick to point out the human cost of the Soviet system, was also an Administration that gave a gigantic boost to Soviet military truck capacity.
Possibly campaign contributions had something to do with it. Multinationals listed … as prime contractors on Kama River were also major political contributors. However, the significant link never explored by Congress is that Henry Kissinger, the key promoter of the Kama River truck plant at the policy level, was a former and long−time employee of the Rockefeller family — and the Rockefellers are the largest single shareholders in Chase Manhattan Bank (David [Rockefeller, author’s note] was then Chairman of the Board) and Chase was the lead financier for Kama River.”
Antony Cyril Sutton, The Best Enemy Money Can Buy

“In 1870, a wealthy British socialist by the name of John Ruskin was appointed as professor of fine arts at Oxford University in London. He taught that the state must take control of the means of production and organize them for the good of the community as a whole. He advocated placing control of the state into the hands of a small ruling class, perhaps even a single dictator. …
Lenin taught that the masses could not be trusted to handle their own affairs and that a special group of disciplined intellectuals must assume this role for them. That is the function of the Communist Party, which never comprises more than about three per cent of the population. Even when the charade of free elections is allowed, only members of the Party — or those over whom the KGB has total control — are permitted to run for office. The concept that a ruling party or class is the ideal structure for society is at the heart of all collectivist schemes, regardless of whether they are called Socialism, Communism, Nazism, Fascism, or any other "ism" which may yet be invented to disguise it. …