Friends, associates, and admirers of renowned conspiracy author Eustace
Mullins have gone into full panic mode over his mysterious disappearance. Mullins,
82, has been missing for seven days (as of Jan. 12) from his Staunton, Virginia,
home, where his cars are still parked and his mail and newspapers are piling
up on the front porch.
Local police say there's nothing they can do and are notoriously vague
and nonchalant about his welfare or whereabouts, according to friends who have
called them to express alarm over his sudden disappearance.
Mullins, author of "Secrets of the Federal Reserve" and more than
a dozen other well-researched tomes about who runs the world from behind the
scenes, was scheduled to appear on an Internet radio show, Hesham Tillawi's
Current Issues, on Thursday, Jan
5, but did not appear.
Filmmaker Randy Atkins, who was scheduled to appear with Mullins and did actually
participate in the show with Tillawi, has no idea where Eustace is, but noted
it was very unlike the affable and professional Mullins to miss a scheduled
Atkins recently created a new film about Mullins' perspective on world events,
titled "Neo-Zionist Order: Who Rules Your Rulers?" This DVD is available
at Arsenal of Hypocrisy (a
site named for an earlier Atkins film about the U.S. space weapons program that
featured Noam Chomsky). Both Mullins and Atkins recently participated in a European
talk show in which the methods of the international bankers who run the world
from behind the scenes were extensively discussed.
Mullins' longtime friend and webmaster, Wayne Blanchard of Staunton, is not
only worried about the sudden disappearance, but furious at the nonchalance
of public officials in the matter.
"Both the sheriff's department and the police department gave me no cooperation,"
said Blanchard. "Eustace has lived there for 35 years. You'd think they'd
be more concerned."
But, Blanchard noted, such a meticulous researcher of sacred cows as Mullins
has made his share of enemies over the years. "He's filed a lot of lawsuits"
(and has one pending)," Blanchard noted. "Everybody tends to shy away
from him" over his involvement with the hottest topics possible.
The notorious bane of patriots everywhere, Morris Dees of the Zionist-front
organization Southern Poverty Law Center, wrote a hit piece on Mullins for the
local Staunton newspaper several years, and because of Mullins' dedicated zeal
in researching the sinister underpinnings of corrupt politics, he has made a
lot of enemies.
Nor does Mullins have a loving family to rely upon. According to Blanchard,
when Mullins had a series of ministrokes three years ago, "his brother
had him put in a nursing home, and tried to have him declared incompetent. I
got him out."
But serious damage to Mullins' health had been done, not by his illness, according
to Blanchard, but by his family.
"He lost everything," Blanchard explained. "His brother Bob
proceeded to steal his assets, life insurance policy, and his silver collection
worth $150,000." In addition, Blanchard said Mullins had a joint bank account
with his grandnephew, Matt Mader, from which "$30,000 was stolen out of
Mullins later sued his brother, Blanchard said.
Worse, brother Bob closed Mullins's post office box, which he had used for
35 years and from which he sold all his books.
Mullins' prolific career as a conspiratologist began when he befriended the
legendary poet Ezra Pound who had been jailed in a mental hospital for broadcasting
against American corporate interests during World War II. Mullins wrote the
only approved biography of Pound.
Other noteworthy books by Mullins, all of which he self-published, include
"Secrets of the Federal Reserve," "The Curse of Canaan: A Demonology
Of History," "Murder By Injection: The Medical Conspiracy Against
America," "The Rape of Justice," "Education for Slavery,"
"The London Connection," and "Who Owns the TV Networks."
Blanchard said "Secrets of the Federal Reserve" sold over 100,000
copies and insists it was later plagiarized by G. Edward Griffin in his popular
book, "The Creature from Jekyl Island."
"Eustace gave power of attorney to his brother Bob under duress,"
Blanchard explained. His brother Bob put him into a nursing home, saying Eustace
suffered from the initial stages of dementia. Later tests at the University
of Virginia determined Eustace competent, Blanchard said.
"Bob was probably run by the ADL (the Jewish Anti-Defamation League),"
Blanchard said. "Things just don't add up."
Filmmaker Atkins recently posted a sensational video
clip of Mullins on his website, in which Mullins makes a chilling prediction
of what is in store for the world at this time.
Quoting from the video clip: Mullins says, "Israel actually plans to exterminate
the entire Arab Muslim population in the world, and the Muslims know this .
. . Israel is interested only in genocide and exterminating all the Arab people
or putting them under complete domination . . . the Israelis are always exterminationists."
Then Atkins asks, "Is the United States being used by Israel to create
a Christian-Muslim war?"
Mullins responds, "Yes. It's all deliberate . . . a billion Christians
and a billion Muslims are now at a war to the death with each other, and the
only victor will be the state of Israel."
Atkins recounts the last time he talked with Mullins. "I talked to him
that Monday (Jan. 2), reminded him of Thursday's interview. He said he was looking
forward to it." Whether that was the last public utterance of Eustace Mullins
remains to be determined.
Blanchard had a darker view. "I think the ADL probably snatched him and
did away with him."
John Kaminski is a writer who lives on the Gulf Coast
of Florida whose Internet essays are seen on hundreds of websites around the
world. His latest collection of essays, "Recipe for Extinction," will
be available for sale in late February. For more information see JohnKaminski.com.