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The World Order: A Study in the Hegemony of Parasitism Paperback – 1985
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The title "The World Order" refers to the pyramid of power constructed around the Investment banks mostly of Jewish origin. ( i.e. Rothschild, Warburg, Lehman, Seligman, Oppenheimer, Schiff, Goldman ) Other prominent members of the cabal are Rockefeller, Morgan, Peabody, & Harriman. The wealth of these families flowed into tax exempt foundations for wealth preservation and to finance the goals of the world order. These foundations gave grants to individuals to start think tanks such as the Brookings Institute, the Hoover Institute, Heritage Foundation, Cato Institute, Council on Foreign Relations, The American Enterprise Institute, etc.
Mullins illustrates how these organizations work through interlocking boards to socially engineer society to conform to the coming one world government.
The subtitle "A Study in Parasitism" is discussed at the end of the book and basically is a metaphor for the role that the leaders of the world order play in society. These parasites are the banking families that don't earn their wealth through producing goods or providing services that people need, but instead create money out of nothing through a government monopoly charter and then require interest to be paid on their paper notes. In the old days, before the social engineering created the technotron zombies their crimes were known as usury.
The book is comprised on eight chapters:
The Business of America
The Bechtel Complex
The Rule of the Order
Mullins does a good job packing in a lot of information in those eight chapters. The book provided me with many bits of information for further research; for example, the strange history of Herbert Hoover, who spent a fortune gathering documents from all over post WWI Europe and sealed these records after storing them at Stanford University , the home of the Hoover Institute. Later Anthony Sutton, a professor at Stanford and member of the Hoover Institute was able to use these records to write his book "Wall Street and the Bolshevik Revolution". Mullins also discusses the Illuminati and the influence of illuminism on Communism which might not be evident by the chapter titles.
Mullins is also accused of anti-semitism, but this book doesn't express any hatred instead it provides evidence for the machinations of cabal he calls the world order. I'll be the first to admit I haven't read all of Mullins' books, but the few I have read have always left me with the impression that Mullins was a man who loved his country and feared for its future. I see much of the criticism of Mullins as Ad-Hominem attacks to persuade potential readers not to read his works.
The Secrets of the Federal Reserve
Wall Street and the Bolshevik Revolution: The Remarkable True Story of the American Capitalists Who Financed the Russian Communists
Eustace Mullins is somebody whose work and research should be hailed and brought to the forefront a lot more than it has. I can't understand why the overwhelming majority of Mullins books are out of print when conspiracy related books are being published left and right these days. Many of them are very good but more often than not they are rehashing and using the research that Mullins himself has done originally and not really turning over any new stones of their own. Eustace Mullins is without a doubt one of the greatest historians who ever lived.
All of this talk about anti-semitism is hate speech against a brilliant scholar and man who sacrificed his living years to researching and trying to educate - or RE-educate the Sheeple.