June 14, 2013
Reposted July 12, 2013
“No one who has been martyred by the Jews should remain unknown. And no one who has been martyred by the Jews will remain unavenged.” ~ Eustace Mullins
In combat zones, officers and enlisted men who had previously voiced doubts about the wisdom of Roosevelt’s crusade to save Communism were shot in the back by these same intelligence agents who had followed them into the front lines.
This did not interfere with his direction of our war effort, since the goals of the Washington Marxists were the same, the total defeat of the German anti-Communist forces.
The famous American poet had been convicted of treason for revealing in radio broadcasts that World War Two had been started by International Jewry to further its own ends of world domination. He was kept thirteen years in a lunatic asylum in a urine-soaked cell, originally in solitary confinement and forced to wear a straitjacket. Only much later was he allowed to receive visitors such as Mullins.
“I do fear that the heaviest blow ever dealt at liberty, will be dealt by this country, in the failure of its example to the earth.”
“Sanagian (a fellow inmate) had put down the story of her life in her awkward, uneven handwriting. She came from a working class family and her father ~ long since dead ~ had taken part in the Revolution in 1917, for this she heaped curses on his memory.”
“I am telling you things I didn’t know until I was fifty. You are twenty-five, which means you are getting an extra twenty-five years to do something about it.”
“I was here during the crash, but I didn’t know what was going on until I read your book.”
‘You are allowed five minutes to get your things and get out of the office.’
Since I was fired from the Chicago Motor Club in August, 1958, I have never again been able to get a professional job.