Ron Paul’s biggest donor a Bilderberger!

http://www.ology.com/politics/today-lol-ron-pauls-biggest-donor-bilderberger/02012012

Oh the irony of it all. On Wednesday, it was disclosed that well known technology investor Peter Thiel is the biggest donor to Texas Rep. Ron Paul’s Super PAC. Theil, a wealthy international financier is also a gay libertarian and, wait for it, a member of the steering committee of the Bilderberg Group! … (Here is a tissue so you can get that Ron Paul supporter brains that just exploded all over you out of your shirt. I should have warned you first. Sorry.)

Thiel contributed a significant $900,000 to a pro-Paul Super PAC “Endorse Liberty.” On Tuesday, the PAC disclosed that it has raised $3.9 million to date.

The Bilderberg Group is a perennial favorite of the conspiratorially minded, new world order, trilateral commission types. Ron Paul, while not a vocal advocate of such conspiracy theories, certainly does little to dispel such notions among his supporters.

Indeed, as a regular guest of Alex Jones’ conspiracy-focused radio program, some of his supporters can be forgiven for thinking he held these views himself. Today’s news should dispel his supporters of such notions.

Paul himself said that he has no idea what the Bilderberger Group gathers annual to discuss but it may include “how they’re going to control the banking systems of the world and natural resources.”

Thiel is a major tech investor with an estimated worth of $1.7 billion and a famous libertarian – he has aided foundations that encourage students to drop out of college in order to promote entrepreneurial ventures among young people and “seasteading,” an organization which promotes learning on the high seas in modified floating colleges governed only by maritime custom law.

The Bilderberger Group, named for the famous Dutch hotel where the group meets annually, is a secretive organization of wealthy and influential business leaders that conspiracy theorists believe exercises major influence over the world’s leaders from behind the scenes.

http://www.buzzfeed.com/buzzfeedpolitics/ron-pauls-biggest-supporter-is-a-bilderberger

The largest donor to a SuperPAC supporting Ron Paul is Peter Thiel, the sort of ultra-wealthy, super-national figure Paul and his supporters love to hate.

Thiel — who gave $900,000 to the pro-Paul group Endorse Liberty — made his fortune as the co-founder of PayPal; he was also an early investor in Facebook, and is now a major player in the world of high-tech venture capital. He’s also a devoted libertarian and devoted Republican: He hosted afundraiser for the confrontational gay conservative group GOProud at his grand apartment off Union Square in 2010.

Thiel is also a member of the steering committee of the Bilderberg Group, the elite, invitation-only conference that’s the frequent subject of conspiracy theories.

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sorry to all the paul supporters but it is what it is..readers of the blog know i watch thiel very closely and here he is again..popping up in rons camp..hmm..he is a bilderberger..thats fact..

401

~ by seeker401 on February 14, 2012.

103 Responses to “Ron Paul’s biggest donor a Bilderberger!”

  1. lol, I saw this a few days ago but thought I would just pass on starting the whole thing up again. :)

  2. It is worth stressing Endorse Liberty != Ron Paul, but rather is a indirect supporter, so Thiel isn’t really directly donating.

    That said, it’s something to keep an eye on.

    Gay republicans? Isn’t that an oxymoron? It’s moronic if nothing else =p

  3. I personally happen to be a log cabin [as in i live in one...lolll] officially [REP..unofficially undeclared] ACHMMMMMM…I saw the link awhile ago myself…when I posted who supported which candidates…[PAC]…should we start with OB???…
    BTW I support smaller government and them NOT being able to step into our lives…in other words…leave well enough alone, advocate for personal freedom… Boy normnormnrommmmmm ur starting to…

    If we don’t somehow beat Obama…we will lose whatever liberties we have left…I don’t really know if the world understands what this man has done to this [my] country
    ;) hey seeker…give that woman of urs a big smakaroo for the V day…xoxoxo

    ~jude

    • she got one already :)

      putting up with me deserves a medal :)

    • Spit it out if you’ve got something to say to me. You’ll get an answer in kind.
      For the record, I also support smaller government and no intrusion: I just don’t think Paul has any more intent to deliver on such things than Obama. If you had actually ever read anything I posted, you’d know I don’t support him either.
      I might add I’ve personally helped to build a log cabin, so bite me.

  4. If we are refering to the 16th president of THE CORPORATION OF THE UNITED STATES OF AMERICA ;Then it is possible we may be speaking of…
    Abraham Spings {real name SRINGSTEIN}.

    The Truth About Abraham Lincoln

    http://usa-the-republic.com/items%20of%20interest/abraham%20lincoln.html

    Shalum Aleikhem!

    • springstein wth..”springsteen” the boss

    • living in NC I’ve heard more than one version of Lincoln’s genealogy, some in our state would be glad to claim him, & others not so much! it is an interesting topic, thx for link!

      2 other versions:

      http://www.washingtonpost.com/wp-srv/style/longterm/books/chap1/lincoln.htm

      http://www.dailykos.com/story/2011/04/27/969663/-The-Paternity-of-Abraham-Lincoln (sorry to link them but it is interesting)

      I would like to see the results of a dna test!

      • “A closer study of the historical records would also have given Abraham Lincoln a different, and probably a kindlier, view of his father, Thomas. It was Thoma’s father, the senior Abraham Lincoln, who sold his farm in Virginia and led his wife and five children over the mountains to seek their fortune. They had heard much of the rich lands in Kentucky from their distant relative, Daniel Boone, and they found in that vast, largely unsealed territory, which was still part of the Commonwealth of Virginia, all the opportunities Boone had promised. Within a few years the Lincolns owned at least 5,544 acres of land in the richest sections of Kentucky.”

        Daniel Boone was a man,
        Yes, a big man!
        With an eye like an eagle
        And as tall as a mountain was he!

        Daniel Boone was a man,
        Yes, a big man!
        He was brave, he was fearless
        And as tough as a mighty oak tree!

        From the coonskin cap on the top of ol’ Dan
        To the heel of his rawhide shoe;
        The rippin’est, roarin’est, fightin’est man
        The frontier ever knew!

        Daniel Boone was a man,
        Yes, a big man!
        And he fought for America
        To make all Americans free!

        What a Boone! What a doer!
        What a dream come-er-true-er was he!

        Daniel Boone was a man!
        Yes, a big man!
        With a whoop and a holler
        he c’d mow down a forest of trees!

        Daniel Boone was a man!
        Yes, a big man!
        If he frowned at a river
        In July all the water would freeze!

        But a peaceable, pioneer fella was Dan
        When he smiled all the ice would thaw!
        The singin’est, laughin’est, happiest man
        The frontier ever saw!

        Daniel Boone was a man!
        Yes, a big man!
        With a dream of a country that’d
        Always forever be free!

        What a Boone! What a do-er!
        What a dream-come-er-true-er was he!

      • Fess Parker, lol! The heavily abridged lore of our people.

      • 401…I haven’t heard that song/lyric since I was a small boy. (over 40 years!)…we had the 45! or album of when Disney was real.

        Hope your a stud on V-day…lms

      • its still a goody even today LMS :)

  5. thx RockGirl well said
    the major problem with RP is foreign affairs specially on reference to i sra el funny always show up the PLP that don’t agree with that lol

    thxEggins for the clarification about the founder ofPaypal i guess i can
    look up if was anything similar to Paypal bfore but imho is an ORIGINAL
    and that said it all for me
    the article said got invite to” they” bildis that be true but that don’t mean he agree with “they’ i don’t think an Aristotelian and at Golt fanatic agree with “they’ but probably He need to play ball with ‘they’ saddly
    luv his idea of the floating LIBERTARIAN city i remember when the Architects have the article using old oil rings for city and i think was ^1 year later that Peter T bring the LIBERTARIAN CITY idea :) :)

  6. This is how I feel about everything going on….First of all I don’t believe that any president for a long time has actually had any kind of control over *Corporate America*….I also don’t believe that it matters which GOP is voted in…at this time I think it’s a divide and conquer game…as I watch my twitter columns [6 of them] watching everyone fight over the candidates it’s become apparent to myself and also a good friend of mine that it’s better if we don’t publicly support anyone…While we think that it’s important to put anyone else in power…we also realize that unless something drastic happens that at best we may save some liberties but that the globalist will still contain the power…We decided that it would be better to prepare ourselves for the aftermath or what we both feel is going to happen soon… The kind of democracy that is being pushed on countries now is NOT the same democracy that we started out with…rather it’s a ploy to get rid of *non-players* [dictators,etc] so that the countries come under the global elite, IMF, becoming one of the network…Therefore in those terms Democracy and freedom can’t really exist…One is simply trading Lords…. ;)

    ~♥

  7. Reconsidering the Etymology of Democracy

    http://www.olinrevelation.org/NewWebsite/DemocracyEtymology.htm

    Shalum Aleikhem!

  8. said it before, will say it again.

    ron paul is only relevent for those people who are so stupid that they insist on continuing to vote. for those people there is one and only one reasonable choice, and that’s ron paul because he’s plausibly anti-war, and close enough to the mainstream to be able to win – if the elections weren’t corrupt that is, lol.

    as for the charge that ron paul is a racist, how is it that the ONLY mainstream candidate that doesn’t want to drop bombs on brown people is somehow the racist? obama worked for one of the most racist institutions in the world (the cia, when he worked at ‘business international’). wanna venture a guess on how many people of color worked at bain capital (romney’s hedge fund)? gingrich says palestinians are ‘invented’ … they’re all a bunch of fucking racists *except* ron paul.

    is ron paul supposed to return thiel’s money because he’s a bilderberger? you can’t really help who your supporters are. i guessing that if you took a poll of bilderbergers on their presidential preference, ron paul wouldn’t be near the top.

    the ron-paul-is-a-mason thing, as far as i can tell, is based on a single, unconfirmed, anonymous post on an internet forum from soeone claiming to have been one of paul’s secretaries that has since been taken down. if anyone has a good link with a reliable source saying paul is really a mason, please post it.

    • The interesting conundrum is that he maybe right at the top.

      I don’t think the guy is racist. I do however believe if you sleep with dogs you get fleas. Thiel is on the libertarian bandwagon for some reason and that’s the interesting part for me.

      If we could find the same evidence for soros supporting Paul it would be an uproar and we would go why?

    • RE- Paul a mason, see Rev 17’s link below: http://watch.pair.com/synarchy-6.html#ron-paul

      “ron paul is only relevent for those people who are so stupid that they insist on continuing to vote. for those people there is one and only one reasonable choice, and that’s ron paul because he’s plausibly anti-war, and close enough to the mainstream to be able to win – if the elections weren’t corrupt that is, lol.”
      Well, to repeat our discussion of the last go around, it is more reasonable to vote “3rd” party. Enough such votes can result in matching funds for the next election and a much improved chance of an eventual non dem-repub win. If the only way Paul can win proves he is a bought and paid for tool, wtf reason is there to vote for him? And if a non bought and paid for tool can win, then why should one settle for the lesser evil, when one can have a candidate that perhaps isn’t evil at all or minimally far more closely resembles one’s own views?
      Paul has shown in his view of the bombing of the Osirak reactor that he is not in fact even anti-intervention, let alone antiwar. His objections to our wars have all been procedural objections not moral objections. I don’t see any reason to believe his antiwar stance any more credible than his anti-earmark stance.
      In the 3+ years since I voted McKinney, I have only come to be happier that I voted for her and not Obama or McCain. It was the best vote of my life. While there is not a 3rd party candidate for whom I feel the same enthusiasm this go-around, I’m sure I can find one that is a better fit than anything the dem-repubs have to “offer”.

      • sorry, but i think participating in the electoral system at all is wrong if that’s where you are coming from. it’s an entirely corrupt system – votes are not counted honestly or accurately. further, the US murders people who do not follow the same rules of “democracy” that the US does.

        and part of the apparent legitimacy of the american system is that a large percentage of people do participate in the sham elections, and that lends credence to their legitimacy. in the last presidential election, just under half the population (including children and others ineligible to vote) voted for either obama or mccain.

        the fewer people that vote, the less the corrupt system can be said to be legitimate.

        as for ron paul, i only care about one thing: will he purvey less violence against innocent people than his predecessors. all of his other policies are meaningless to me, as is the list of his supporters. we know for certain that the wars will continue under every other candidate, but with paul we at least have a question mark. again, it’s not that the system he’s running in is legit it’s that some people are still wed to that corrupt system – and it’s matter of whether they are going to have blood on their hands or not.

        i like cynthia mckinney, but we’ve gone well beyond the point where participating in electoral politics is legitimate. in my lifetime i believe the vietnam war proved that, but any aware person living through 9/11 and its aftermath ought to be able to see that clearly.

      • after looking at that link, i have to wonder… who are these people who believe that the descendants of jesus married into the french royal family. does that not sound like the epitome of made-up propaganda? i would need a little better source than that.

        i would not be surprised at all to find out that ron paul is a mason or a member of some other secret society. the only question for those who insist on continuing to vote is, is there blood on your hands or not?

      • Well I’d far prefer revolution to voting, but that takes a whole lot more people than I perceive are ever going to step up to the plate.
        A 3rd (2nd) party vote still ranks imo over a dem-repub vote of any sort. It’s perfectly obvious the dem-repub candidates are all owned, that is not the case for all of the non dem-repub party candidates (though it does appear true of some of them like Barr in the Libertarians last time). I’m with you on the less blood, I just feel voting for someone who actually hasn’t endorsed war or preemptive strikes is a better exemplar. I don’t have any issue with not voting either.
        I don’t espouse all the beliefs in the link by any means; Paul’s membership in Lambda Chi Alpha at least at one point is confirmed, link in article was broken, but page is here: http://stage.lambdachi.org/candc/ron-pauls-presidential-bid
        I lean towards “is a mason”, but I’ll concede this could use more support.
        Frankly his position on eliminating the Department of the Interior (I can see no reason for this unless he wants to privatize all federally administered lands which would include the entire reservation system) is the biggest deal-breaker for me. At the very least this is a many quadrillion handout to the oligarchs. There’s no way I could ever support anyone who espouses this, nor can I see that it can be described as other than war.

      • & let’s face it, if one pays even a nickel in taxes of any sort that accrues to the US government then one has blood on one’s hands. Not voting isn’t enough to avoid that.

      • good point.. pay that..

      • people pay taxes under duress; voting is completely voluntary – as is military service.

        putting on the black mask&hoodie and fucking shit up is also completely voluntary.

        again, my message is not aimed so much at affecting policy (people are not actually empowered to do that) but to save people from doing something wrong *to themselves*. if nothing else,they will be spared the endless shit they get from me for having voted for obama.

        as for revolution and people not being on board… i know it’s hard for people to understand but i just don’t give a damn about american domestic policy and the welfare of americans. until americans take action to stop the illegal, immoral wars, they don’t deserve *anything*. if ending the wars means the US economy collapses and duhmericans have to live in poverty and misery, well that’s fine with me as long as the bombs are stopped.

      • i have a soft spot for mckinney..not sure why but i do..

      • “people pay taxes under duress; voting is completely voluntary – as is military service.”
        I think it is arguable that paying taxes is also voluntary: one can renounce citizzenship and accept deportation to wherever, one can be homeless and live under a sheet of plastic in the woods and eat out of garbage dumpsters. It just depends on how far one carries the idea of voluntary.
        “putting on the black mask&hoodie and fucking shit up is also completely voluntary.”
        Yes. Yes it is.
        “again, my message is not aimed so much at affecting policy (people are not actually empowered to do that) but to save people from doing something wrong *to themselves*. if nothing else,they will be spared the endless shit they get from me for having voted for obama.”
        anyone who voted for Obama (or similar) deserves all the shit they can get from you or anyone else inclined.
        “as for revolution and people not being on board… i know it’s hard for people to understand but i just don’t give a damn about american domestic policy and the welfare of americans. until americans take action to stop the illegal, immoral wars, they don’t deserve *anything*. if ending the wars means the US economy collapses and duhmericans have to live in poverty and misery, well that’s fine with me as long as the bombs are stopped.”

        I don’t precisely disagree with you here, I certainly don’t ask for either sympathy or understanding of the position of ordinary Us citizens. I’ll just point out that you fail to carry your hatred of the US to its logical conclusion.
        If its my job to commit suicide in a probably entirely vain attempt to stop a bunch of people from waging wars that I don’t support (and I have supported none in my lifetime) that I haven’t voted into power, haven’t ever directly financed in any way voluntarily, never met, in many cases have no idea even who they are, have no means of tracking down, have no means of pursuing, merely because I have been born into a nation where they have seized power: THEN IT MUST BE YOUR FUCKING JOB TO MAKE ME since you were born in a country without oligarchs that plan, direct, finance, and supply training for these wars, without any banksterists who enrich these oligarchs so that they can continue their evils, without any connection to any of the world organizations like the financial system and its BIS IMF World Bank etc, a nation that has never entered into any binding military agreements especially with our nation, has never fought in any wars or oppressed any other peoples, a nation without crooked politicians who sell out their own for money leaving their citizens massively outgunned if they even think about retaliating, without any persons who join the military and fight in wars against innocent people. PLAINLY YOU ARE SO FUCKING ADVANCED OVER OUR TROGLODYTE KIND THAT YOU NEED TO LIQUIDATE ALL YOUR RESOURCES, HOP ON A PLANE AND GET YOUR ASS OVER HERE AND START SHOOTING US ALL PRONTO! WE NEED YOU XXX! WE NEED YOU TO SAVE US BY KILLING US! HOP TO IT NOW; TIME’S A WASTING!

      • interesting debate between you two..i am staying out of it..play nice guys and gals

      • wow nom, i’m kinda surprised that you’re resorting to that kind of nomsense.

        first of all, i live right here among you americans. when the shit hits the fan, as it inevitably will, i’ll be dealing with it right along with you. only i will be laughing.

        it’s perfectly normal and reasonable to hate the US – what the hell is there to love? a bunch of pliant murderers who jail more of their own people than any other nation and who dont even make decent music anymore?

        the reason that leftists and liberals react the way you do to my kind of rhetoric is simple. it’s simply too easy to walk into a voting booth, pull the lever for an obama or a mckinney, and then walk out thinking you’ve done what you can, when in reality all you have done is perpetuate the same system that’s going around murdering people.

        on the other hand, if you and all the other liberals and leftists and paleoconservatives had gone out and done what i and a handful of others did in march of 2003 when the iraq war began – actions which DID NOT include killing or hurting ANYONE – then the iraq war simply would not have happened. period.

      • LOL :) “and who dont even make decent music anymore”

        I wholeheartedly agree with that one for sure.

      • I was out protesting the FIRST gulf war in the 90s, so I’m not impressed it took you until 2003 to get your ass in gear. Show where I have ever said all one need do is vote for a 3rd party candidate. Just fucking show where.
        YOU are the one insisting that voting for a particular candidate will keep blood from one’s hands: This candidate:
        “Paul: …I am the one candidate who would respect Israel’s sovereignty and not try to dictate to her about how she should deal with her neighbors. I supported Israel’s right to attack the Iraqi nuclear reactor in the 1980s, and I opposed President Obama’s attempt to dictate Israel’s borders this year.”
        I must say, that’s entirely different from our current policy. LMAO.

      • “I am the one candidate who would respect Israel’s sovereignty and not try to dictate to her about how she should deal with her neighbors. I supported Israel’s right to attack the Iraqi nuclear reactor in the 1980s, and I opposed President Obama’s attempt to dictate Israel’s borders this year.”

        thats a fairly damning comment for me..

      • heh. And to think I gave you the benefit of the doubt and assumed you weren’t just a garden variety hypocrite. If you live here and you pay taxes here and you take advantage of all the things that our government provides like driving on our roads, perhaps using our federally funded education or hospitals, or even walking in our parks, and you are not storming Wall Street or the WH or wherever you think the blame lies but simply complaining on blogs or even in organized gatherings, then you’re absolutely no different than the overwhelming majority of the people whom you criticize. Even those who make bad music.

  9. Seek i support RonPaul but yeah is evidence also of soross connexion with the c ato trough an invitation so yeah i guess all are connect and said here bfore RP is at member of C ongress so tell me can be part of many things that WE don’t like for sure ,including His financial supporters
    yeah i know WE don’t like Peter T but because Him i don’t going through
    out out the boat (imho the only boat that can be call with some LOVE to Humans ) so WE have not and other solution and this one is not the lesser of 2evils is at solution for “FREEDOM NOT FORCE” RP

  10. REV 17 said this on January 3, 2012 at 10:07 am

    I wonder who he really is ….

    RON PAUL: THE REVOLUTIONARY
    RON PAUL: THE ROSICRUCIAN
    RON PAUL: AGENT PROVOCATEUR

    A wolf in sheeps clothing ???

  11. http://watch.pair.com/synarchy-6.html#ron-paul

    • Good link Rev!!

      Speaking of Ayn Rand~ aka~[Alisa Zinov'yevna Rosenbaum]

      http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Ayn_Rand

      See who her influences are & who she influenced.

      Also, please check out the photo of the cover of Zinov’yevna’s 1st published work…http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/File:Pola_Negri_by_Ayn_Rand_cover.jpg
      The photo cover is interesting to me for the following reasons…

      (1) On Pola Negri’s ~ aka ~ [Apolonia Chalupiec's] face are “3” curls. each curl forms a “6”.

      (2) Her “left eye” is the prominent “eye”.

      (3) In the photo on “our” right the focal point is “2” twin skyscrapers with “1” shorter skyscraper to “our” left. Ring any bells?

      (4) The large movie film-strips form a “pyramid” over the buildings.

      (5) (9) Cryllic letters on the film-strips.

      (6) On the bottom movie film-reel, Around the reel there are (11) frames with the (11th) frame forming a upside-down”pyramid}.

      (7) In the center of the reel there are (6) pyramids in a circle that when connected form The Seal of Shlomo[Solomon].

      One can argue that one sees what one wants to see.

      As for me… just to many apparent “coincidences”

      I may have even missed a few!

      Shalum Aleikhem!

  12. What are we to make of this? It seems to be a foregoing conclusion that no matter what party or politico is elected to high office, the outcome will always be what the money men and their master plans dictate. As all of the candidates are funded by one clandestine group one way or the other…are we just relegated to give up and just find solace in the fact that we know that money makes the world go around. Any solutions to this pervasive and reacurring issue? Or, is that just the way it is and never will change? So what do we do…abstain with a silent vote.

  13. The last president I voted for was Ronald Regan, he gave the performance of a lifetime.

    In 2004 we had the ‘ Get Out The Vote ‘ campaign.

    I had my own campaign – ‘ The Get Out Vote ‘ – I won!

  14. After statement “FED&banks is the cancer and should be eliminated”, there’s no wonder that one receives accuses in pedophilia, but at least it is more convenient for sheeple to eat than Kennedy case…

  15. hey Ukraine cool ce y’a back :)
    let me put it simple ‘they’ will rise the nwo : 2 ways at revolution that will end maybe with at small % sucess for OUR part i don’t doubt that but WE are ready ?WE have and other system that is proof it works? btw RonPaul is for the Republic not for Democracy cos democracy is hijack but ‘they power
    so the second way (and probably the one that ‘they’ working on right now ) will be WW3 and in the words of Kennedy (i know some here don’t like Him either) any way in his words
    “Mankind must put at end to WAR bfore WAR puts and end to MANKIND”
    and in the words of Dave M “Peace sells who is buying?”

    RP knows that i meet Him just in the phone when He use to support at group of PLP that WE are anti-evilUN “let’s get out of theUN”
    so that said at lot to me :)

    Seek i will try to dig and ask around about Peter T when i have some time
    most of my free time i use it in helping RP to be President of a free World
    with not WARS think about fellow Bloggers if WE stand unite for this WE can have at WORLD with not WAR with Peace is not sell

  16. thx Seek YOU rock!

  17. http://twitpic.com/8k2yom

  18. All…you are far to deep for me…if you think that they have won, and we are done…you have wasted a human life…yours.

    Fuck them all…”don’t go down without one helluva fight.”

  19. Lastman ‘they’ don’t won thx God thx to all the PLP that are awake

  20. sorry, but i think participating in the electoral system at all is wrong if that’s where you are coming from. it’s an entirely corrupt system – votes are not counted honestly or accurately. further, the US murders people who do not follow the same rules of “democracy” that the US does.

    and part of the apparent legitimacy of the american system is that a large percentage of people do participate in the sham elections, and that lends credence to their legitimacy. in the last presidential election, just under half the population (including children and others ineligible to vote) voted for either obama or mccain.

    the fewer people that vote, the less the corrupt system can be said to be legitimate.

    as for ron paul, i only care about one thing: will he purvey less violence against innocent people than his predecessors. all of his other policies are meaningless to me, as is the list of his supporters. we know for certain that the wars will continue under every other candidate, but with paul we at least have a question mark. again, it’s not that the system he’s running in is legit it’s that some people are still wed to that corrupt system – and it’s matter of whether they are going to have blood on their hands or not.

    i like cynthia mckinney, but we’ve gone well beyond the point where participating in electoral politics is legitimate. in my lifetime i believe the vietnam war proved that, but any aware person living through 9/11 and its aftermath ought to be able to see that clearly.

    Great Post xxx, I couldn’t add a thing to that.

  21. http://www.thepoliticalguide.com/Profiles/House/Texas/Ron_Paul/Views/Libya/

    Check out the pink and green part at the bottom. This is Paul’s actual voting re-Libya: not talk, but action.
    To his credit he voted in favor of the resolution to declare that the President could not deploy troops in Libya and in favor of forcing Obama to remove troops from Libya once he had sent them there. But his stated reason was that Obama as chief executive did not have the authority to declare war on his own, not that he thought the war wrong in a moral sense.
    And you see this is so because Paul voted against the resolution to limit the use of force in Libya and he also voted against preventing funds from being used for military actions in support of the NATO mission in Libya.
    Those are not the votes of a candidate against war.
    This is why I say Paul is not antiwar, but rather anti-deviation from legal procedures for war. As long as congress authorizes the use of force and it becomes “legal” he has no problem with war at all.

    • and as we all know..they had boots on the ground..so even if he thought he was doing the “right thing” he was usurped by the deceptive nato troops who were on the ground directing traffic..

      half way down the page: Supporting the Remocal of Troops remocal??? :)

  22. It does not bother me lol. Im still voting for Paul.

  23. Its one thing to have a wealthy man donate money to a cause. Its a totally differnt thing to be bought.

    • does anyone give money away for free? without wanting anything or any process to happen for it?

      • Certainly do. Some ppl may not, but I do, my wife does, and many others I know do. Disaster relief, charities, among a few examples. Although, I am sure that there are those who donate to acheive personal gain. This may very well be the case in this instance. Maybe some who have extra to give, give in the name of liberty. I have.

      • i am not talking about the common man jeremy..i am talking multi millions of dollars..now who does that? i assume you havent given a million dollars to libertarian causes? thats what i mean..

      • I am not a rich man, true, but just let me tell a short experience I had with one multi-millionair. I am an electrician and I was working on a 38,500 sq ft house for said millionair. This guy built a company which make floor mats for BMWs and has rewarded him with a handsome salary. To the point, he was the most generous man I have ever met. 2 times a month he would provide a full catered breakfast and on 2 other days in the month a full catered lunch. Often gave bonuses to ppl he felt deserved such. You may say “he just wanted a quality job in return” and you wouldn’t be wrong, but this man has his $40million mansion willed out to become a girls home in GA. I understand this is one man which has a golden heart and many others, rich or not, may have THEIR intrest at heart when writing huge checks, but Pauls message is clear, consistant, and with few faults. I can’t possibly see Him selling out. His message is ringing loud though noone on tv will speak of it. His mission is complete Oval Office or not; He would say the same.

      • thanks jeremy..we will just have to wait and see..

      • Great convo. Always nice to hear others point of view. I do get the point you are stressing, but we talk about one contribution of under a million for a Paul superPac, yet the others get 10s of millions and it’s just to be ignored or taken light heartedly. What is it that Paul has to offer that is sooo threatening to others that we must attack while others are ignored and even promoted? Thanks for the intellectual convo though, very enjoyable. ;)

      • no problem jeremy..being an aussie it doesnt affect me to much..i just look for truth..i post it as i see it..no sacred cows here

        out of them all he is the best..no doubt..i am just aware how theocracies work and we need to be vigilant..the OWS is a great example of what looks to be a cool idea but they are actually being used by “them”

      • Oh goodness, is that another conversation. OWS ppl want a utopia where the smartest most productive are equivalent to the dumbest and laziest. There is no incentive to pursue the “American Dream” when the new dream is that the rich will support the poor. Today’s American President is a modern day Robin Hood.

      • the paradox is thats what they try to present but hes works for them..all day every day :)

      • you’re right, there’s certain sectors of the establishment who are scared shitless about ron paul – simply take a look at all the obvious vote fraud they are going through to keep him from winning a single contest.

        remember also that within the elite there are differing points of view. thiel is an ideological USlibertarian (not to be confused with the european definition of libertarian), and he’s rich, so he donates to ron paul. he’s also happens to be part of an extremely evil group (the bilderburgers). i’m sure he’s not the first scumbag that ron paul (a member of three notorious criminal gangs: the US congress, the republican party, and the US military) that ron paul has had as a fan.

        we’ll find out soon enough if ron paul is a manufactured product or not. unfortunately, it’s kinda like the old witch test (if the person sinks and dies, they weren’t a witch) … if he wins the presidency, he’s mnost likely a fake :)

      • good analogy on the witch xxx :)

      • and i am soon to put santorum under the spotlight..he looks freaking dangerous

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