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Post  TheArchivist Fri Apr 08, 2016 10:41 pm

Eustace Mullins (March 9, 1923 – February 2, 2010) was an active and outspoken researcher and critic of the global conspiracy. He suffered a good deal of persecution for his efforts to improve the political awareness of his fellow Americans and is still much maligned -- so much so that I will not reproduce Wikipedia's slanderous introductory description of him here. He was first made aware of the conspiracy by Ezra Pound, who is widely regarded as the greatest of American poets. Mullins met him while Pound was a political prisoner incarcerated in St. Elizabeth's Hospital in Washington, D.C.. Pound handed him a one dollar bill and told Mullins (who had free access to the Library of Congress at the time) to go and research the Federal Reserve that had printed the bill as well as all the symbols on it. The rest, as is said, is history.

Like many men of conscience, Mullins placed a higher priority on dissemination of the information his researches uncovered than he did profiting from that information. All of his writings have been made available by one of his many "protegés" at

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