Eustace Mullins

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Eustace Clarence Mullins Jr. (9 March 1923 – 2 February 2010) was an American writer and White nationalist.

Mullins was influenced by the less politically correct poet Ezra Pound. He was involved with Senator Joseph McCarthy in investigating Communist infiltration. Leftist Wikipedia makes various claims of associations with various pro-White individuals, organizations, and publications.

He is possibly best known for the book The Secrets of The Federal Reserve, which stated that leading bankers had influenced the creation of the Federal Reserve System, with purposes also including others than those publicly stated.

He has less politically correct views on issues such as Jewish influence and the Holocaust.

Leftist Wikipedia labels him as a "conspiracy theorist", apparently implying that his arguments should be summarily dismissed without any further discussion.

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