Eustace Mullins: Last Words
Shortly before his death on Feb. 2, 2010, AFP met with American icon Eustace Mullins, who was 86 years old at the time, to discuss his life and legacy. Little did we know that this would be one of the last times Mullins spoke publicly.
Part I: EUSTACE AT AMERICAN FREE PRESS
Presents a casual conversation with Eustace and AFP staffers. Hear Eustace Mullins discuss: His research into the Federal Reserve; His friendship with poet Ezra Pound; His belief that someone was trying to kill him; His forced drugging and incarceration in 2004; Efforts on the part of supporters to free Eustace; Eustace's books; The fraudulent election of Woodrow Wilson.
Part II: EUSTACE SPEAKS
Presents Eustace's his historical research about the incredible story of what happened to Anastasia and Alexis, the children of murdered Russian Czar Nicholas II; What really happened to the Lindbergh's kidnapped son; His friendship with Robert E. Lee's grandson.
Part III: EUSTACE'S WRITINGS & OPINIONS
In this segment, Eustace Mullins's caretaker Jesse Lee relates much of what Eustace, the guest of honor at an informal gathering of AFP supporters, has written about on the following subjects: Manmade pandemics designed for world population control; Debt-based money and the Federal Reserve System; The creation of a global currency; How to become a sovereign in the United States.
Rental - 7
Days $5.00 + tax Purchase
- $27 + tax