Roosevelt, Vietnam, Dope, Vietnam War Memorial. Eustace MULLINS.

Roosevelt, Vietnam, Dope, Vietnam War Memorial

[Staunton, VA?]: [Eustace Mullins?], [ca. 1988]. An offprint from “The National Educator,” in which Eustace Mullins characterizes the Vietnam Memorial as the “left’s Wailing Wall,” “designed by an Asiatic” and “done in black, the traditional color of the Canaanites and their Freemasonry conspirators.” He then spins a conspiratorial tale concerning Roosevelt, “the sinister cripple,” who he contends armed and trained Ho Chi Minh and his guerrillas against the French who were attempting to stop the opium trade that Roosevelt personally benefited from. He concludes by calling the Vietnam Memorial a “monument to the betrayal of the American soldier.”

One sheet folded (7” x 8 ½”), 4 pp. A few faint marks to the front cover. Although there are no ownership marks, this copy came from Mullins’ personal collection. Item #07771

Price: $30.00

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