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Interview with Kris Millegan, Independent Publisher, TrineDay, February 18, 2023
The No Fly Zone Interview, with Greg Maybury, February 18 — Guest: Kris Millegan, Trineday, Independent Publisher
The No Fly Zone with Greg Maybury, on TNT Radio.
👉 The No Fly Zone is a weekly one hour program on TNT Radio hosted by Greg Maybury. We seek via introductory op-ed and extended interviews with prominent analysts, authors, journalists, activists and commentators to explore deeper aspects of the latest news, covering geopolitics, Western foreign policy, media ethics (esp. the role of propaganda & censorship), the national security state, the globalist agenda, and the broad political economy.
In the true spirit of alternative (independent) media, of particular interest will be those topics, themes and viewpoints which the establishment media have effectively declared “No Fly Zones”.
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Kris launched TrineDay in response to the consistent refusal of the corporate press to publish many interesting, well-researched and well-written books with but one key “defect”: a challenge to official history that would tend to rock the boat of America’s corporate and political “culture”.
Along with his publishing duties, Kris hosts The Journey, an excellent podcast series available via the TD website and all the usual PC platforms. Kris speaks with a wide range of writers, authors and researchers whose views you’re unlikely to find anywhere within the establishment media and publishing realms.
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Themes/topics covered in this broadcast: To begin the show, Kris Millegan and I talk about the politics of independent/alternative publishing in this heightened era of propaganda and censorship in the broad media and publishing environment. How that links with TD’s mission and vision. We will talk about the podcast series “The Journey” and some of his recent guests, it’s aims and objectives.
We’ll also discuss some of TD’s authors and their work (esp. Antony Sutton), and why it is important for people to more fully appreciate their work especially in the context of current news events and developments.
One of the main aims when I began The No Fly Zone broadcast was similar to what I’ve always attempted to do with my articles that I publish on Substack: to bring to the fore a deeper appreciation of the realities and the circumstances of our past—both known and unknown; official and unofficial—within the context of events and developments unfolding in the here and now. We simply cannot hope to gain useful insights into the background and circumstances of unfolding news events without that deeper understanding. Think the war in Ukraine; Think the West’s unrelenting antagonism towards Russia; Think Covid and the pandemic:, Think the Nordstream Pipeline sabotage…
Perhaps what’s most surprising about this basic insight is that few establishment historians (the court scribes), whilst they might pay lip service to this imperative, actually practice it. Indeed the study of history is littered with the bodies of many an historian who strayed from the path of the official, accepted record of our past. Doubtless this is one reason why so few are prepared to stray too far off the reservation.
One such man was Antony Sutton, who passed away suddenly (some say suspiciously) in 2002. I single out Professor Sutton here not just because he was an exemplar of those scholars whose primary remit was discovering the reality of our past and not simply preserving its mythology, and who paid a heavy professional penalty for doing so.
As noted earlier, our guest today is someone who was personally well acquainted with Prof Sutton and his immense, eclectic body of work and his legacy. As an independent publisher Kris Millegan has proactively supported many historians, writers and researchers who are carrying on the Sutton tradition.
Kris Millegan on the Death of Antony 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.’
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For his part, Kris Millegan’s place in the book publishing pantheon simply cannot be underestimated. Via the Trineday imprint, he has brought to independent publishing a degree of energy, passion and innovation that leaves the larger, mainstream (establishment) book publishers begging.
In the process he has opened our eyes to much that’s been kept under wraps by the Deep State denizens and those who would rule over us. As a publisher—like Professor Sutton—Kris is all about discovering and then revealing the reality of our past for the benefit of the many and not simply preserving its mythology in the interests of the select, elite few, for whom the truth is anathema.
Antony Sutton — circa 45-50 years ago
Who was Antony Sutton? Prof Sutton was a British-American historian who conducted significant research in to secret societies and the covert transfer of cutting edge military technology from the United States to the Soviet Union during the Cold War. He considered America's Secret Establishment: An Introduction to the Order of Skull and Bones, his work on the Yale University Skull and Bones fraternity, to be his "magnum opus".
➡️ history, as recorded in Establishment textbooks and journals, is inaccurate…It is one based solely upon those official sources/documents, which various governments have seen fit to release for public consumption.
➡️ [But] an accurate history cannot be based on a selective release of documentary archives…this requires access to all documents...[JFK]
➡️ as previously classified documents are acquired, a new version of history emerges; the prevailing Establishment version is seen to be, not only inaccurate, but designed to hide a pervasive fabric of deceit and immoral conduct...
➡️ We have in the past assumed that political power is consequently carefully exercised by the Executive, judicial, and legislative branches, after due deliberation and assessment of the wishes of the electorate [per democratic ideals]
➡️ In fact, nothing could be further from this assumption…the electorate has long suspected, but now knows, that political promises are worth nothing……“
— Anthony C Sutton.
➡️ ‘The result of manipulation of society by the Establishment elite has been four major wars in sixty years, a crippling national debt, abandonment of the Constitution, suppression of freedom and opportunity, and creation of a vast credibility gulf between the man in the street and Washington…..While the transparent device of two major parties trumpeting artificial differences, circus-like conventions, and the cliché of ‘bipartisan’ foreign policy no longer carries credibility, and the financial elite itself recognizes that its policies lack public acceptance, it is obviously prepared to go it alone without even nominal public support.’ — Antony Sutton.