24 December 2007

eustace mullins 'the world order' a study in the hegemony of parasitism.pdf

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excerpt from 'an afternoon with eustace mullins' by james dyer
Eustace Mullins is the last living protege of Ezra Pound and the author of the only book burned in Germany since Hitler (a burning under the direction of Americans) and a former researcher for Joseph McCarthy. He's known almost everyone on the American Right for the last 50 years, and is one of the most hated men in America in some circles. He belongs to no group, espouses no movement or party and doesn't give a damn what you think of him. I found an affable 80 year- old man with a healthy sense of humor and a keen love for Liberty. Here's a piece of my conversation with him on his front porch on July 8th, 2003.

[Y]ou worked with George Stimson on Secrets of the Federal Reserve?

Yes. George was quite a scholar. He was founder of the National Press Club, which did one terrible thing to this country. It created the myth that journalists are serious people. They'd always been known as drunks and fools up to that point, which is what they were. George, because he wasn't a fool or a drunk, created the National Press Club as a place where serious journalists could be taken seriously. But there aren't any. So the NPC became a big office building where a lot of lobbyists and journalists have their offices.

I reprinted Secrets of the Federal Reserve in '83, and it began to sell pretty well, being an updated book, so I printed The World Order which was sort of a spin-off of the research I had left over from revising Secrets of the Federal Reserve.
The interesting thing is, the more I studied this, the more simplified everything became. Patriots are always criticized for being very simplistic, but the fact is that once you get to a certain level of knowledge, everything is simple.