Mullins was mentored in his research on the Federal Reserve by Ezra Pound. As demonstrated in Transhumanism: The History of a Dangerous. This Difficult Individual Ezra Pound has 18 ratings and 6 reviews. Matthew said: Apparently, Eustace Mullins biography on Ezra Pound is the only one auth. Mullins discusses his early association with Ezra Pound and the genesis of his book ‘Secrets of the Federal Reserve’. The criminal nature of.

Author: Faebei Felabar
Country: Nigeria
Language: English (Spanish)
Genre: Politics
Published (Last): 16 July 2005
Pages: 365
PDF File Size: 20.33 Mb
ePub File Size: 14.85 Mb
ISBN: 723-2-58801-417-3
Downloads: 48125
Price: Free* [*Free Regsitration Required]
Uploader: Vogul

Earlier this year my friend Eustace Mullins passed away. He had been ailing for some time — at least since I first met him in Hopefully he is in a better place now.

Mullins made a huge mark on the nationalist community here in the United States, but also has a following in Europe and Japan. For those who have not read his books, Mr. Mullins attempted to expose the criminal syndicates that manipulate governments and the international financial system. He often fails to reference where he uncovered the material in his books.

Mullins was very perceptive of historical trends, his insights were sometimes overshadowed by unbalanced statements. In this way, Mr. Mullins has done more harm to the movement than good. I learned this the long way. My goal was to find the origin of several stories and statements which I could not reference from the text. Back then they would let me wander the stacks. So I moved to D. Sadly, I realized that it would never be good practice to quote Mr.

Eustace Mullins: Occultist and Disinfo Agent of the Far-Right

I know more about the Federal Reserve now than most people who work there and I learned about the fantastic Mr. Ezra Pound is among the most remarkable men of the last years.


He made his name as a poet poun guided W. Hemingway on their way to the Noble Prize back when it meant something. He is the most brilliant founder of Modernism — a movement which sought to create art in a more precise and succinct form.

Eustace Mullins

Modernism can be seen as a natural reaction to the florid, heavy Victorian sensibility — it is not the meaningless abstractions we are assaulted with today. In London he found an audience of educated people who appreciated his poetry. He married Dorothy Shakespear, a descendant of the playwright. Pound also befriended some of the most brilliant artists of the time and eusace them butchered in the First World War. The answer he got bought him 12 years as a political prisoner in St.

Pound was never put on trial but was branded a traitor by the post-war American media. What answer did Pound find?

Our wars begin and end at the instigation of the international financial houses. The bankers make money on fighting and rebuilding by controlling credit. No sacrifice is too great for their profit. Pound was a polyglot and scoured numerous well-documented sources for historical background.

Pound often lists his sources at the end of his work — and they always check out. Mullins, Pound took to him and commissioned Eustace to carry on his work investigating the international financial system.

Secretsmany derivative books, and thousands of conspiracy websites have sprung from that federal reserve note.

Eustace Mullins | The Complete Works of Eustace Mullins

And here is where the story goes sour. Pound was watched twenty four hours a day and was under the supervision of Dr. Winfred Overholser, the superintendent of the hospital. Personality profiling was St. The asylum was a natural ally to the agency. The story gets even stranger, as Mr. Mullins describes his stay in Washington during this time. He was housed at the Library of Congress — apparently he lived in one of the disused rooms in the Jefferson building and became good friends with Elizabeth Bishop.


See The Cultural Cold War: If what Saunders says is true, then it puts Eustace in strange company at that time of his life. Fortunately Pound did plenty of his own writing. Pound moved back to Italy where he died in He was never the same after his stay with Overholser in St. Eustace went on to write many, many books about the abuses of government, big business and organized religion.

A book that contains interesting information without saying where the information came from is worse than no book at all. While lackadaisical about references in his own writing, Mr. Mullins could be extremely perceptive and critical of the writing of others. Mullins is of course ezrw Eustace Mullins was much more than a writer.

He became a political activist and befriended many prominent people in the American nationalist movement. It is a movement, he told me, that the government would never let go anywhere. eusrace

The Occidental Observer eustacee, March 20,http: Both comments and trackbacks are currently closed. Main feed Comments feed Podcast feed. Ludovici Trevor Lynch J. Nicholl Andy Nowicki James J. Jack Donovan Anthony M.

Mencken Tito Perdue Savitri Devi. Quinn Quintilian Edouard Rix C.