Who was Eustace Clarence Mullins and what the heck did he know in 1992?
Eustace Clarence Mullins Jr. (March 9, 1923 – February 2, 2010)
A self-described would-be poet and short story writer, he nevertheless ended up diving down some deep rabbit holes as a researcher-turned-writer on the history of the Federal Reserve Bank of the United States. He emerges from the daunting prospect with a wide matrix of history untaught in schools and uncovered by mainstream media; and wrote a book. I love history and logic along with humor and its well-spoken delivery; all are well-served by https://youtu.be/kOy-bgZfNpU
Fascinating in-depth history of the Federal Reserve creation and those who gained control of our Republic through its structure and mechanisms; analysis of these effects to this day: https://youtu.be/deMAuq7zZV0
His best-known book is The Secrets of The Federal Reserve, in which he alleged that a group of shadowy organizations had conspired to write the Federal Reserve Act for its own nefarious purposes, and then induced Congress to enact it into law.