Interview: Eustace Mullins, Protege' of Ezra Pound
by JAMES DYER
Eustace Mullins is the last living protege' of Ezra Pound and the author of the only book burned in Germany since Hitler (a burning under the direction of Americans) "Secrets of the Federal Reserve."
Mr. Mullens' website is Eustace Mullins.com http://eustacemullins.com
James Dyer: Let's start with your first book, Secrets of the Federal Reserve
Eustace Mullins: I started the research in 1948, the year I met Ezra Pound. I worked for three years on that book and I went through 2000 books at the Library of Congress to get the material for it.
JD: And you worked with George Stimson on Secrets of the Federal Reserve?
EM: Yes. George was quite a scholar. He was founder of the National Press Club, which did one terrible thing to this country. It created the myth that journalists are serious people. They'd always been known as drunks and fools up to that point, which is what they were. George, because he wasn't a fool or a drunk, created the National Press Club as a place where serious journalists could be taken seriously.