A WRIT FOR
The FBI’s illegal campaign to forever silence the message of dissident Eustace Mullins
a book by Eustace Mullins
This is a highly provocative and revealing expose by Eustace Mullins of the decades-long campaign by J. Edgar Hoover and the FBI to destroy Mullins, even to the point of conspiring to have him incarcerated in an insane asylum as they did his mentor, famed American poet Ezra Pound. Mullins managed, through the Freedom of InformationAct, to gain access to more than 500 pages of files and communiqués relating to the FBI’s schemes against him and many actual pages of these files are photographically reproduced in this remarkable work. And—Mullins points out—many hundreds of other pages remain classified for reasons, the FBI says, of “national security.” You’ll be amazed to read what happened to Mullins and his friends and family for the simple reason that criminal elements in the U.S. government wanted to stop Mullins from speaking out. If you ever have any doubt that the police state is now here, this amazing work will dispel those doubts.
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Most Americans, who have not been the victims of such overt hate campaigns as have been waged against me for more than thirty years, refuse to believe that we are governed by criminals. I refer you to the opinion of one of the most famous FBI agents, Charlie Winstead, the man who gunned down John Dillinger. In his book, "The Bureau", William C. Sullivan quotes Charlie Winstead as saying, (P.27),
"When I investigate a man and prove he's a criminal, if he doesn't already work for the government, they'll hire him. If he already has a government job, once they hear he's a crook they'll promote him. The criminals in Congress only feel comfortable with other criminals."
We could not ask for a more qualified source, nor for a more apropos phrase than "the criminals in Congress." The criminals enact into law program after program to reward their fellow-criminals, and to rob and enslave the workers of America. Anyone who gets in their way is disposed of by the "majesty of the law." I would have been condemned to spend the rest of my life in an insane asylum by due process of law. All the legal niceties would have been observed.