“Mullins On Money”

In January 1993, I interviewed Eustace Mullins at the Global Deception Conference, where he was one of the principal speakers. The full text of this interview and much else, can be found on my main website, InƒoText Manuscripts.

Eustace Clarence Mullins died in February this year, and will almost certainly be remembered for the wrong reasons. I do not propose to discuss those reasons here, having discussed them elsewhere. I will say simply that whatever he wrote about a certain taboo subject, his real legacy is the work he did on the financial system, who controls it, what is wrong with it, and what we must do in order to free ourselves - and the rest of the world - from its shackles.

Whatever nonsense the old rogue may have written on other matters, it is no exaggeration to say that he has inspired, directly or otherwise, an entire generation of conspiracy theorists and, far more importantly, financial reformers across an increasingly broader political spectrum.

The scan below is of one page from one of his more sensible books, and in a few words it gets to the heart of the matter, which is that we must remove the right of the Federal Reserve, and more generally of the entire banking system, to create our money as an interest-bearing debt, and return it to Congress - in the case of the United States; to the Crown - in the case of Britain; and to the appropriate, accountable authorities in every nation worldwide.

Sydenham,
London.

November 8, 2010.

Click here to download the scan.

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