Eustace Mullins – March 9, 1923– February 2, 2010
(Editor’s Note – Talk about conspiracy theorists. The Staunton Newsleader, Eustace Mullins hometown, printed an obituary calling him a White Supremacist yet when I clicked on the link to read it, gone. Poof. Scrub-a-dub-dub. Why? You know what, we already know the answer to that question so why bother. Small minds.)
Eustace Mullins came into my life less than a month ago. I’d never heard of him before a poster here at The T-Room encouraged me to watch an interview b/w him and a Mr. Piper. The blogger, JustMe, is a researcher who posts in-depth educational links here in the Opinion Section for others benefit. We’ve grown close over this last year and I proudly dedicate this post to her, my Sis.
After watching the Eustace Mullins and Mr. Piper’s 10 Part series on YouTube (see below), I began to research more. What I’ve learned is this – his work touched on the con artists known as the elite of our country, his life was threatened numerous times, his character has been assassinated out of ignorance and that he is the Greatest Man of our Time. White supremacist? Give me a break. Simply because this American was intelligent enough to be able to differentiate between a Zionist and a Jew doesn’t make him a racist or an anti Semitist. All one needs to do is read is works to know he was neither a racist nor an anti Semitist. I’m not attempting to be a revisionist here. His words speak for themselves and the facts he’s compiled to educate you and me speak for themselves. [Read more…]