Among the modern-day classics of conspiracy literature is Eustace Mullins’ Secrets of the Federal Reserve, which continues to define perceptions of the nature and purpose of the cabal that is currently suspected of secretly manipulating the world. However, as revealed in Orwell’s Nineteen Eighty-Four, conspiracy culture is often deliberately manipulated in order to call out and neutralize potential dissidents.
As closer look at the career of Mullins reveals a typical example of the nefarious networks involved in nurturing feats of a “Jewish conspiracy” on behalf of American intelligence and the Zionists. After World War II, the CIA recruited leading Nazis and neo-Nazis, who went on for form a Fascist International, which served the organization in their fight against “communism.” Like their predecessors, this fascist network continued to cultivate the feat or a “Jewish” conspiracy as a sly method on the part of Zionists to continue to justify continued support for the state of Israel, and to cultivate sentiments favorable to World Bank and IMF policies of neoliberalism, falsely known in the conspiracy community as “Libertarianism.”
Mullins was mentored in his research on the Federal Reserve by Ezra Pound. As demonstrated in Transhumanism: The History of a Dangerous Idea, Pound was not only a notorious fascist, but also one of the key occult figures of the twentieth century, with deep ties to the CIA. A close friend of Golden Dawn member Yeats, Pound was an expatriate American and a major figure of the early modernist movement, and helped discover and shape the work of contemporaries such as T.S. Eliot, James Joyce, Robert Frost and Ernest Hemingway.
Pound was also a close friend of James Jesus Angleton, a Knight of Malta and key member of the Georgetown Set who created the CIA. Angleton, the long-time chief of Counterintelligence, was the head of the CIA’s Vatican Desk as well as the Israel Desk. Angleton was responsible for liaison with Israel’s Mossad and Shin Bet agencies, crucial relationships that he managed for the remainder of his career. Angleton also become responsible for the Lovestone Empire, the network run for the CIA by Jay Lovestone. A former head of the Communist Party of the United States (CPUSA), later a trade union leader, Lovestone worked with foreign unions using covert funds to construct a worldwide system of anti-communist unions. According to CIA agent and later Watergate burglar Howard Hunt, “the Communist Party of the United States, in fact, at the moment, was practically a branch of the Justice Department.”
During World War II, the Italian government paid Pound to produce radio broadcasts criticizing the US and in particular the Jews. As a result, Pound was arrested for treason by American forces in Italy in 1945 and interned at St. Elizabeth’s Hospital in Washington, D.C, where he became a patient of MK-Ultra psychiatrist Dr. Winfred Overholser. As Colin Ross explained in The CIA Doctors, it was there that Dr. Winfred Overholser Sr. funded LSD research through the Scottish Rite Committee and was at the center of the mind control network. St. Elizabeth’s is also where presidential assailants, serial killers or other federal cases are kept, such as Ezra Pound and John Hinckley, Jr. who shot Ronald Reagan.
Mullins was himself a fascist and a member of National Renaissance Party (NRP), a key organization of World Union of National Socialists (WUNS). The organization was created in 1962, when veteran US Navy Commander George Lincoln Rockwell, founder of the American Nazi Party (ANP), met with National Socialist Movement (NSM) chief Colin Jordan, and agreed to work towards developing an international network between movements as an umbrella group for neo-Nazi organizations across the globe.
Following Rockwell's assassination in 1967, NRP member Matt Koehl became head of WUNS as well as the ANP, later known as National Socialist White People’s Party. Koehl was the leader of a self-defined religious organization called the New Order, which describes itself on its website as follows: “We are the Movement of Adolf Hitler. We are His heirs. He has given us a commission, which it is our duty to discharge.” New Order was a successor organization to the original American Nazi Party (ANP), founded by Lincoln Rockwell, which became a self-styled National Socialist religious group which promotes Esoteric Nazism as an alternative faith for “Aryans.”
The NRP, which founded in 1952 by James Madole, became a concern to the House Committee on Un-American Activities (HCUA), an investigative committee of the United States House of Representatives, who regarded both fascism and communism as “of grave concern to the committee.” Their report, Preliminary Report on Neo-Fascist and Hate Groups continues, “both seek to destroy our constitutional government and supplant it with a godless dictatorship in which the individual is deprived of his rights and liberties to become an abject slave of the state… Those who would support the extreme right today do as great a violence to our national institutions as do those on the extreme left.” The report concludes that these organizations exploited racial and religious hatreds to gain financial support, and that many of them were led by “racketeers” mainly concerned with gaining financial reward by their activities.
The NRP publication, the Bulletin, referred to Hitler as the “George Washington of Europe” and promised: “What Hitler accomplished in Europe, the National Renaissance Party shall accomplish in America.” Its nine-point program advocated abolition of parliamentary government in the US in favor of government by a “trained elite” establishment of a fascist corporatism, encouragement of racial pride, preservation of the “white Aryan” race by gradual deportation of racial minorities, and denying Jews American citizenship, professional and political posts and the right of intermarriage. John M. Lundoff, Brooklyn chairman of the NRP, in the April 1952 Bulletin asked the youth of America to choose between “parliamentary democracy with its empty promises and discord or the clear, brave, and youthful Fascist principles outlined here.” Similarly, in a leaflet entitled, “Asiatic Barbarism Versus Western Civilization,” Madole proclaimed:
Only the superbly efficient totalitarian economic systems of Fascists, National Socialist, and Communist regimes are adaptible [sic] to the strain of TOTAL WAR as practiced in the 20th century… The spirit of democracy is a glorification of weakness and cowardly conduct. It glorifies the coward instead of the fighter, it raises feeble weaklings to leadership rather than a trained, iron-hard, and youthful elite…
Madole's NRP was frequently in the headlines during the 1960s and 1970s for its involvement in violent protests and riots in New York City. Although he never attracted more than a small group of followers, Madole, according to Nicholas Goodrick-Clarke, established himself as the father of postwar occult fascism. Madole's ideas on race were developed from Blavatsky whom he quoted to the effect that the Jewish Kabbalah derived from Aryan sources in Central Asia.
Madole’s slogan for the NRP was taken from Edward Bulwer-Lytton: “no happiness without order, no order without authority, no authority without unity.” Alongside books on Theosophy, the NRP literature list included Gerald Gardner’s The Meaning of Witchcraft, Lewis Spence’s The History and Origins of Druidism, Paul Carus’ History of the Devil and the Idea of Evil and a number of books on runes. According to Nicholas Goodrick-Clarke, Madole “wanted to translate mankind and the world into the authoritarian utopia of a revived Vedic hierarchy, employing violent and draconian means if necessary. The sectarian religion of Theosophy, borrowings from Hinduism, paganism and Satanism, and mystical biological and eugenic ideas all served to explain and justify his militant attack on the democratic and liberal institutions of the modern world.”
There were also close relations between the NRP and the Church of Satan, of Anton Lavey. Madole and LaVey met frequently, and Madole is said to have erected a large satanic altar in his apartment, which included an image of Baphomet, and Madole played LaVey’s recording of the Satanic Mass at several NRP meetings. One NRP bulletin shows a picture of Madole and an SE trooper with the high priest of the Temple of Baal. But the Church of Satan was soon undermined by schismatics who started rival cults. Douglas Robbins, another ex-leader from the Church of Satan, cultivated close links with the fascist NRP of James Madole, and formed the satanic Order of the Black Ram with some other NRP members “to celebrate the ancient religious rites of the Aryan race.”
Mullins founded the Free Ezra Pound Committee (FEPC) of which Matt Koehl was chairman. Researcher Ernie Lazar published a scathing report of Mullins’ dubious past and neo-Nazi affiliations based on several FBI reports, showing that Mullins altered FBI documents which he reproduced in his book, excising portions which referred to his homosexuality, his anti-Semitism and his connections to neo-Nazis and racial extremists. The HCUA reported that Mullins “eulogizes” Hitler in the anti-Semitism NPR’s Bulletin and wrote an article titled “Adolf Hitler: An Appreciation,” in 1952. In his self-published virulently anti-Jewish book The Biological Jew, Mullins compares Jews with biological parasites.
Mullins was a roommate on several occasions in New York City and Chicago with Matt Koehl, with whom he had a homosexual affair. Eustace Mullins, Matt Koehl and Edward Fleckenstein were arrested near Middletown, New York circa 1955 in connection with their sodomizing of a hitch-hiking teenage boy in the back seat of a car in which they all were travelling. This probably accounts for why Mullins is described in FBI memos as follows: “Mullins is a warped, degenerate and depraved individual.”
Koehl was also the Youth Section Leader of the American Committee for the Advancement of Western Culture (ACFAWC), founded by H. Keith Thompson, and of which Mullins served as “Treasurer.” Thompson served as a communications officer aboard the USS Mt. Olympus, the flagship of the Byrd Antarctic Expedition of December 1946 to April 1947. Byrd led 4,000 military troops from the US, Britain and Australia, known as Operation Highjump, to establish the Antarctic research base Little America IV. However, according to popular legend, the Byrd expedition was an “invasion” and encountered heavy resistance from Nazi “flying saucers” and had to call off the invasion.
Thompson resigned from the US Navy in order to accept commission as a Second Lieutenant in the US Marine Corps. However, in February 1949, he faced a General Court Martial on charges of “scandalous conduct tending to destruction of good morals (sex deviate) and Maltreatment of Person Subject to His Orders.”
Thompson hoped that the ACFAWC would become a coordinating group for white racial and nationalist activities of groups around the world. James Madole and other officers and members of the NRP also were represented on the ACFAWC, which had the role of serving as “a high policy planning group for the coordination of racial nationalist activities in America, Europe, Africa, and Asia.” Among others associated with ACFAWC were Benjamin H. Freedman, a convert from Judaism to Roman Catholicism who became anti-Semitic and anti-Zionist activist. Freedman was well known to the ADL and the American Jewish Committee as an active supporter of the Arab cause in the Middle East.
Freedman was a financial backer of the author Conde McGinley, publisher of the periodical Common Sense, to which Mullins was a frequent contributor. In 1954, Rabbi Joachim Prinz (1902-1988) was awarded $30,000 in a libel suit against McGinley for having called him a “red rabbi.” The HCUA described Common Sense as "almost exclusively a vehicle for the exploitation of ignorance, prejudice and fear" and as “a clearinghouse for hate propaganda throughout the country." A typical 1962 article in Common Sense was an “expose” entitled: “Zionist Invisible Government Plotting To Establish a World Government Under A Red Dictatorship Led By Asiatic Marxist Jews.”
Around the end of his life, Mullins began writing for Willis Carto’s magazine Barnes Review. Carto a longtime figure on the American far-right was an influential political racial theorists through the Liberty Lobby and successor organizations which he helped create. The Liberty Lobby, which was active in the 1950s, is regarded as the source of an insurgent wing of the Patriot Movement through its promotion of themes of White supremacy and anti-Semitism. While in prison for possessing falsified passports, Francis Parker Yockey was visited by Carto who eventually became the chief advocate and publisher of his ideas.
Yockey was active with many far-right causes around the world and remains one of the seminal influences in many extremist right movements. By fusing anti-Semitism with anti-Americanism, Yockey identified the United States rather than Russia as Europe’s main enemy. Unlike most European and American neo-Fascists who advocated an alliance with the United States against Communism, Yockey spent the rest of his life attempting to forge an alliance between the worldwide forces of Communism and the international network of the extreme Right.
Yockey believed that true Rightists should aid the spread of Communism and Third World anti-colonial movements wherever possible, with an aim toward weakening or overthrowing the United States. Yockey spent part of 1953 meeting Gamal Nasser in Cairo, and maintaining links with the CIA’s leading Nazi, Otto Skorzeny, Hitler’s former star commando. Yockey worked briefly for the Egyptian Information Ministry, writing anti-Zionist propaganda, seeing Arab nationalism as another ally to challenge "the Jewish-American power.”
Yockey was continuously pursued by the FBI for over a decade and was finally arrested in 1960, when authorities discovered falsified passports and birth certificates in his suitcase. Betraying his interest in the occult, papers found at the time of his arrest included his own essays on the principle of polarity in the psyche, a book on palmistry and politics, and a bibliography of books on the “second body,” on reincarnation and on cosmic rays.
Carto also belonged at one time to the John Birch Society. In Roads to Dominion: Right-Wing Movements and Political Power in the United States, sociologist Sara Diamond noted that to reduce the cost of producing and distributing anti-Communist materials, corporations turned to non-profit organizations such as the JBS. According to Eustace Mullins, who claims that he was told personally by one of its founders Revilo Oliver, whom he regarded as a “good friend,” that the JBS was created by Nelson Rockefeller who appointed Robert C. Welch, a 32nd degree Mason, to found and run the organization.
When Revilo Oliver left the JBS, he became editorial advisor for Carto’s Institute for Historical Review. Carto ran a group called Youth for George Wallace to aid the third party presidential campaign of George Wallace in 1968. Wallace’s anti-desegregation campaign galvanized much of the American far-right and white supremacist groups. A memo in the FBI file of Eustace Mullins discusses an article he wrote which was published in Conde McGinley’s Common Sense, that developed the theme “that the Supreme Court decision outlawing segregation in schools is the culmination of a Communist International directive to the CPUSA to use the Negro racial issue and the issue of civil rights as a method to weaken America.” Mullins lied, claiming the document: “is in the files of the FBI today but the Director is under strict orders not to reveal (it) at any cost because it would brand the Supreme Court as a front or agent of the Communist International.” No such document was ever found.
When the campaign failed, he converted what remained of the organization into the National Youth Alliance. As National Chairman for this group, Carto was successful in recruiting Dr. William Pierce, who after Rockwell’s death, reorganized it into the American neo-Nazi group, the National Alliance in 1974, of which Pierce became the leader.
In 1987, Mullins wrote a strange work called The Curse of Canaan, which regurgitates ideas expressed by Christian Identity minister William Potter Gale. Gale, a former senior officer on General Douglas MacArthur’s staff, warned the world that a satanic Jewish conspiracy disguised as communism was corrupting public officials and the courts, undermining the United States and wrecking its divinely inspired Constitution. Jews, explained Gale, were offspring of the devil, while non-whites were “mud people” and whites were the real Hebrews of the Bible. “Arise and fight!” Gale preached in an infamous sermon broadcast to Kansas farmers in 1982. “If a Jew comes near you, run a sword through him,” he summoned them. But, it turns out that Gale was descended on his father’s side from a long line of devout Jews, as explained Daniel Levitas.
Mullins followed the course of history as a battle between the descendants of Shem against the descendants of Canaan. The descendants of Canaan are polluted through interbreeding with a “pre-Adamite” population, who are black-skinned, and with demons from the time of the Sons of God of Genesis. Throughout history they represented parasitical merchants, beginning with the Phoenicians and to the Black Nobility of our time. The descendants of Shem, or Semites, he believes, should not be confused with the Jews, who are impostors descended from Edomite Khazars. The descendants of Shem are the builders of civilization, and ancestors of the Irish. Thus, explains Mullins, “the history of mankind for the past three thousand years has been the history of struggle between the fair-skinned descendants of Shem and the darker-skinned descendants of his brother, Ham, yet you will not find this struggle defined in any historical work.”
 Saunders. Who Paid the Piper, p. 191.
 Colin A. Ross, The C.I.A. Doctors: Human Rights Violations by American Psychiatrists (Manitou Communications, 2006)
 “Preliminary Report on Neo-Fascist and Hate Groups,” House Committee on Un-American Activities Report [https://docs.google.com/viewer?url=http://www.archive.org/download/Preli...
 Nicholas Goodrick-Clarke, The Occult Roots of Nazism: Secret Aryan Cults and Their Influence on Nazi Ideology: The Ariosophists of Austria and Germany, 1890–1935, (Wellingborough, England: The Aquarian Press, 1985), 2004. p. 81.
 Ibid., p. 82
 Ibid., p. 83.
 Goodrick-Clarke, Black Sun, p. 83.
 Goodrick-Clarke, The Occult Roots of Nazism: Secret Aryan Cults and Their Influence on Nazi Ideology: The Ariosophists of Austria and Germany, 1890–1935, p. 83.
 (Faith and Service Books, Staunton, VA, 1968).
 FBI HQ file 105-15727, #42; 6/2/59 memo from A. Rosen to J. Edgar Hoover
 Ernie Lazar, Eustace Mullins and the Conspiratorial Extreme Right. [https://sites.google.com/site/ernie124102/mullins]
 “Preliminary Report on Neo-Fascist and Hate Groups.”
 Goodrick-Clarke, Black Sun, p. 77.
 Ibid., p. 83.
 Sara Diamond, Roads to Dominion: Right-Wing Movements and Political Power in the United States (Guilford Press, 1995), p. 52.
 Eustace Mullins, Murder by Injection.
 Ernie Lazar, Eustace Mullins and the Conspiratorial Extreme Right. [https://sites.google.com/site/ernie124102/mullins]
 Daniel Levitas. “What is behind the rare-but-recurring phenomenon of Jewish anti-Semites?” Intelligence Report, Winter 2002, Issue Number: 108