I got the books yesterday, Aug 1. The box is post dated July 20, so it was definitely molested, though not apparently opened, by the federal $hitbirds. Sent from near Washington, DC, and I’m near Spokane, Washington so it should have taken three or four days instead of 11. I detest the federal government but I’m very proud of the US Postal System’s workers, of whom we know many. The USPS is a business, by the way, and actually competes successfully with FedEx and UPS.
I really love Mullins’ work. I can overlook his very Christian bias and I especially admire him for having befriended Ezra Pound when the latter was still a poltical prisoner in Virginia during America’s fascist period. The corporate world order had made Pound a pariah the same way and in the same days that they did it to Dr Reich.
One of Mullins’ books was publicly burned in Europe, which hadn’t happened there since 1945. How cool is that!?
These days, state-sponsored bookburnings would be the best kind of endorsement, now that all the old goose-stepping fascist, drunken Europoid Pajama People are finally dead or cancer-ridden.
Mr Mullins is a WWII vet. I didn’t know he was that old–he looks like he’s in exceptionally good shape in the current photo that I saw.
An example of our good relationship with the local post office: the postmaster, Mariette (who uses a zapper) thanked Carol for all our business because that earned them some much-needed, new postal computers. I take them coffee regularly from the Russian gals’ coffee shop across the street, too [Image Can Not Be Found] . I’m an unabashed schmoozer.
This morning I had a hard time getting to work because I needed to get into each of the books that I hadn’t read. Here’s a juicy bit from THE CURSE OF CANAAN about creepy militant pacifists (my term):
"…The great move of modern history has been to disguise the presence of evil on earth, to make light of it, to convince humanity that evil is to be ‘tolerated,’ ‘treated with greater understanding,’ or negotiated with, but under no circumstances should it ever be forcibly opposed. This is the principle point of what has come to be known as today’s liberalism, more popularly known as secular humanism…Humanism is the logical result of the demonology of history.’
I think he’s the only reputable researcher who traces the corporate world order’s powerbase back from London to Venice to Phoenicia. An interesting corroboration of this comes from Dr Barry Fell, the MIT oceanographer who had initiated a grassroot network of archaeologists and amateurs to collect evidence of the past establishment in North America of colonies from Egypt, North Africa, Celtic Spain and Portugal and Phoenicia; the Phoenicians being the shipbuilders and financiers of the Egyptian global trading empire. Heyerdahl’s work in the Pacific Islands corroborates Fell’s quite a bit.
It’s a good idea to look for corroborating evidence the works of as many reputable authors as possible, especially regarding conspiracy information and genuine history. Don’t expect to get much from the Chicken Little plagiarists on the internet who pretend to know something, though. Ninnies.