Thursday, December 29, 2011

Are the Jews worried about Ron Paul?

The Jewish Daily Forward, December 28, 2011:

With polls predicting a comfortable second-place finish — or even a shot at first — for Ron Paul in the nation’s first GOP presidential test in Iowa, the Texas libertarian is laughing all through the cornfields, and Jewish activists are starting to worry. [...]

“Extremists embrace his anti-government views,” said Abraham Foxman, national director of the Anti-Defamation League, “so at the end, he legitimizes extreme views on U.S. aid to Israel, and he legitimizes extreme views that are not only racist and homophobic but also anti-Israeli, and at times anti-Semitic.” Foxman stressed, however, that he does not view Paul as anti-Semitic, though some of his followers are.

The New York Times, December 25, 2011:

[...] Mr. Paul’s surprising surge in polls is creating excitement within a part of his political base that has been behind him for decades but overshadowed by his newer fans on college campuses and in some liberal precincts who are taken with his antiwar, anti-drug-laws messages.

The white supremacists, survivalists and anti-Zionists who have rallied behind his candidacy have not exactly been warmly welcomed. “I wouldn’t be happy with that,” Mr. Paul said in an interview Friday when asked about getting help from volunteers with anti-Jewish or antiblack views.

But he did not disavow their support. “If they want to endorse me, they’re endorsing what I do or say — it has nothing to do with endorsing what they say,” said Mr. Paul, who is now running strong in Iowa for the Republican nomination.

The Hill, December 28, 2011:
Iowa’s Republican Party will count this year’s caucus results at a secret location in response to security concerns, according to multiple reports.

The Occupy Caucus movement, organized by Occupy Wall Street protesters in the Hawkeye State, is gaining steam and could potentially disrupt the caucus votes taking place next week.

“The Iowa GOP is taking additional safeguards to ensure the caucus results are tabulated and reported to the public in an accurate and timely manner,” Iowa Republican Party Chairman Matt Strawn told CNN.

Hmmm... based off these recent news stories, and the extreme demonization Ron Paul has received in the Jewish-controlled corporate media, I'm not at all convinced Ron Paul is some COINTELPRO agent being used to sucker in and distract the masses who have seen through the corrupt, corporate whores that dominate the mainstream Republican and Democratic Parties, while the banksters advance their global currency plan, as some have suggested. If they rig the Iowa Caucus next week to avoid a Ron Paul victory, we'll have a big indication that the New (Jew) World Order is indeed worried about Ron Paul, as these recent news items demonstrate.

Ron Paul people in Iowa -- don't let them rig another election like they've done in the past!


  1. Ron Paul has advocated eliminating all foreign aid, including to Israel:

    If this man is in their pocket, someone please explain this to me.

  2. Abe Foxman accusing someone of legitimizing extreme views is about one of the most hypocritical ideas to have ever been floated to the MSM. That dude is one of the most vile and extreme dickheads ever to have held a menorah.

    To your question: I don't believe Paul is anyone's pocket. What I am saying is that there will NEVER be a solution for this country's woes to ever emanate from a R or D Party. It has never happened and never will.

    My lack of jumping on the Paul bandwagon is simply a historical directive that tells me that he will NEVER be allowed to do what he says he wants to do, with the exception of the austerity plans he also embraces.

    Bachman's main man in Iowa defected. You will start seeing the movement to support Paul's campaign from within the Party. Then they will hijack it.

    Show me a single precedent that the theory of an insider changing things has ever worked and I'll jump on board.

    Otherwise, I see people so enamored and excited by Paul the exact same way I see Bushies and Obama Bots (for they fell for the same damned lies).

  3. Hey buelahman! I don't think Ron Paul is a solution for this country's woes either. He is certainly a step in the right direction, and for once we have a politician with some integrity, but no, our problems will not be solved within the system to a large extent.

    I'm not necessarily jumping on the Ron Paul bandwagon, acting like he's the Savior, ect. but I do want to see how Iowa shakes out and some of these other early primaries.

    I just hope they don't stage some 9/11-style event again, and "postpone" the election... either way, it's not lookin' good, and it will look MUCH worse should Ron Paul get cheated out of the presidency.

  4. It's not Paul, it's the ideas he promotes, very dangerous ideas to TPTB. You can't kill ideas, they just spread.

  5. Hey Saladin, yup you're exactly right!

    Ron Paul on NDAA:

  6. JR, either something is wrong with the 2nd vid or else it's my computer. The Condit video worked fine.

    Kevin McDonald has a post up about this subject.

  7. The second vid is a Google Video of 'Hacking Democracy'. Not sure why it wouldn't work for you, but it's working fine for me. You can do a simple search and find other videos of the same documentary though.

    Thanks for the link, I'll check it out.

  8. Ron Paul on the Neoconservatives (read Zionist Jews and their goy henchmen):

  9. The Jews do not like Ron Paul:


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