Richard Spence – Author of ” Wall Street and the Russian Revolution: 1905-1925″

Behind Closed Doors: The Intriguing Connection Between Wall Street and the Russian Revolution

Mike interviews Richard Spence.

We’ve got a mind-blowing episode lined up for you today! I recently enjoyed chatting with the brilliant historian Richard Spence about his eye-opening book, “Wall Street and the Russian Revolution: 1905-1925”. Get ready to have your perspective challenged and your mind expanded!.


Let’s dive right in and talk about Richard’s jaw-dropping insights about the connections between Wall Street and the Russian Revolution. Can you believe that there were folks right here in America actively aiding the development of the Soviet regime? And what was their motivation? Money, plain and simple. Henry Ford was one of the first capitalists to cozy up to the Bolsheviks, selling trucks and tractors to support their cause. It’s a revelation illumining the complex web of interests and agendas swirling around this tumultuous historical period.

But that’s just scratching the surface. Richard also delved into the enigmatic figure of Aleister Crowley, a name synonymous with mysticism, magic, and the occult. Contrary to popular belief, Crowley wasn’t your typical devil-worshiping villain. In fact, he considered himself a “white magician” and saw himself as opposing the so-called “black magicians.” It’s a fascinating glimpse into the complexities of human nature and the blurred lines between good and evil.

And let’s not forget about the conspiracy theories swirling around secret societies and shadow governments. Richard offers a nuanced perspective, arguing that there isn’t just one all-powerful cabal pulling the strings behind the scenes but multiple factions vying for control and influence. It’s a sobering reminder that the world is far more complex and chaotic than we often realize.

Mike Fallat and Richard Spence talk about the book Wall Street and the Russian Revolution: 1905-1925.

What’s truly remarkable about Richard’s insights is how they challenge conventional wisdom and force us to question our assumptions about history, politics, and power. Whether it’s the hidden connections between Wall Street and the Russian Revolution or the mysteries of the occult, Richard’s work invites us to look beyond the surface and explore the deeper forces shaping our world.

So, what’s the takeaway from all this? Well, it’s a reminder that history is a lot messier and more complicated than we often think. It’s not just a series of neat, linear narratives but a tapestry woven from countless threads of influence, intrigue, and ambition. If we want to truly understand our world, we need to be willing to dive deep, question everything, and embrace the complexity.

If you’re hungry for more mind-bending insights and thought-provoking revelations, I highly recommend reading Richard Spence’s book, “Wall Street and the Russian Revolution: 1905-1925”. Trust me, it’s a journey you won’t soon forget.

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