Murder By Injection Chapter 4 - Vaccination
In forty years of dedicated investigative research, Eustace Mullins has drawn considerable return
fire. He was kept under daily surveillance by agents of the FBI for thirty-two years; no charges
were ever placed against him. He is the only person ever fired from the staff of the Library of
Congress for political reasons. He is the only writer who has had a book burned in Europe since
After serving thirty-eight months in the U. S. Army Air Force during World War II, Eustace
Mullins was educated at Washington and Lee University, Ohio State University, University of
North Dakota, and New York University. He later studied art at the Escuela des Bellas Artes,
San Miguel de Allende, Mexico, and the Institute of Contemporary Arts, Washington, D.C.
While studying in Washington, he was asked to go to St. Elizabeth's Hospital to talk to the
nation's most famous political prisoner, Ezra Pound. The outstanding literary figure of the
twentieth century, Pound had seen three of his pupils awarded the Nobel Prize, while it was
denied to him because of his pronouncements as a native American patriot. Not only did Eustace
Mullins become his most active protege, he is the only person who keeps Ezra Pound's name
alive today, through the work of the Ezra Pound Institute of Civilization, which was founded
shortly after the poet's death in Venice.
With the present work, Eustace Mullins hopes to end a three-thousand-year blackout behind
which the enemies of humanity have operated with impunity in carrying out their Satanic
program. It is very late in the history of our civilization. This book is written solely with the goal
of renewing our ancient culture, and of bringing it to new heights.