2013 saw an array of assaults from the communist left; from gun control to Obamacare. But the right is fighting back. 2013 witnessed the rise of the Libertarians. It saw filibusters from Rand Paul and Ted Cruz. It saw the continuation of the Tea Party movement, when many said it was over. The Tea Party facebook page is now over 2 million strong. That’s two million people just like you and me, who aren’t afraid of what their aunties and uncles, nephews, sisters, brothers, parents, friends and co-workers think of them. That’s two million people who know what is right, who know what is wrong, and know that something must be done about it; no matter what others may think of them.
The left has so poisoned the media and the general culture, which starts at the poisoned education centers, that people are now concerned only with feelings, instead of what is right and wrong. We’ve got nanny states, who pamper our kids, and who exclude individuals who step out of line.
2013 saw the farce that is government, spend more money shutting down monuments and parks than it would have taken to keep them open, in order to make people feel bad. It then saw veterans from around the nation throw these barricades onto the White House lawn. It saw the media ignore this, all the while the independent alternative media went crazy, and images were bounced all over the internet for the entire world to see.
After the cowardly and stupid push for gun control in Colorado, 2013 saw this states citizens create a petition, and recall its out of touch senators.
2013 proved that no matter how strong the few in power are, no matter how many useful idiots they have at their feet, they are fundamentally weak because they do not stand on principles. They have no honor and integrity, and in this new information age, the world is beginning to see right through them. So do not let your hearts be troubled by the avalanche of stupidity that is swelling at our feet from their crookedness. Stand up and be strong. Find your principles, stand on them. Be a light in the dark, be a person of honor and integrity. Speak up, and remember that “Ten people who speak make more noise than ten thousand who are silent.” – Napoleon
Continue to read about the founding fathers, about Ayn Rand, continue to fill your head with truths. Be the person who can call out a lie, and dismiss it quickly and finally with the truth.
2013 has taught me that anything is possible. That no matter how dark things may seem, there is always light at the end of the tunnel. Keep your feet planted firmly on the ground, and stand out for all the world to see. We survived 2013, let us continue the fight back into 2014!
The support for Gary Johnson is growing. Even before Mitt Romney was officially nominated at the GOP convention, it was obvious to those not paying attention to the mainstream media, that Mitt Romney was going to lose the November election. Most liberty minded people, and many young voters, simply are not willing to vote for ‘the lesser of two evils’.
Here is a quote from ‘the real tea party’ facebook page:
When Mitt Romney loses the election next month, the people who will complain the loudest will have only themselves to blame.
Even the most uneducated politicians know that you need to excite the youth to turn around a vote. Most of the older people are set in their ways. Do you really think the young people are excited to vote for Mitt Romney or Barack Obama? Do you really think we see a future for ourselves in either of these two sell-outs?
During the primaries, there was one man who stood out, who could truly save the republic, and yet he and his followers, constitutionalists all, were shunned. Now that Mitt Romney is the nominee, all of a sudden, those who did the shunning, want our support.
Sorry, but our integrity and our principles are more important than that.
If you choose evil, you will get evil.
We will be the future, the two party system is the past.
Freedom will prevail.
Gary Johnson already has 10% of the vote in Ohio, a crucial swing state. If you want to change the republic, if you want to turn this country around, then defend it by voting for principles. If you choose ‘the lesser of two evils’, don’t go blaming those of us who are ahead of the curve and leading the way of being the cause of all the problems. We have already advanced passed the left vs right paradigm, and we see the corruption and the state of things for what they are. The libertarians, the independents, the fiscal conservatives, the anti-war liberals, all of us were prepared to vote for Ron Paul under the republican banner, but we were shunned. The special interests are as strong on the right as they are on the left. This country will not be saved by another Obama term or a Romney term. It will be saved from the inside out by individuals like you and me.
The republic will be saved by individual groups such as the Tea Parties, the libertarian groups, and all the people who are fed up with the broken two party system. County by county, state by state, we will fix this country, we will reject the corruption, we will restore this nation.
When you look at all the facts, from the imminent collapse of the dollar, the wars in the middle east and the internal rift at home, there are only two options left to move forward from. We can either completely withdraw our forces from the middle east and fix our policies at home, or we can commit to a full scale war in the middle east, which could lead to a global war; a war which even if nuclear missiles are not used, we might not win.
But why would we want to attack this peaceful country? Iran has not initiated a war in over 200 years. Why do we see the need to bomb them? Especially when there are no proven nuclear weapons there.
Isn’t Israel more of a threat to peace in the middle east? After all, they are the only Middle-Eastern country which possess nuclear weapons, and they routinely threaten their neighbors.
Should we go along with Benjamin Netanyahu’s demands and attack Iran? This same man who has for years threatened that Iran was only years/months away from a bomb, without ever having proof. And was quoted in 2002 as saying; “Once we squeeze all we can out of the United States, it can dry up and blow away.”
The claim that the Muslims hate Christians is completely unfounded. If it were true, then why doesn’t Al-Qaeda attack other christian nations? Why have they never attacked a country in South America; which is almost all Catholic?
How much hope do we have left when supposed independents such as Glenn Beck tear down constitutional candidates such as Ron Paul and Gary Johnson, while backing up war mongers such as Rick Santorum and draft dodging Mitt Romney?
The only way to get out of this mess and to avoid a war is to have the courage to stand up as individuals and speak out, to research the subjects which frighten us, to question boldly, to disagree with the status quo, and to share our findings.
I agree with Mike Rivero:
“The battle for the renewal of freedom in this country will not be won with battering rams, bullhorns, and bullets, but will be won to the sound of keyboards, the with bloggers and observers making logical, intelligent, peaceful assessments as to what is happening, and how things can be changed without firing a single shot.”
We must forge a new path if we are to avoid this catastrophe, we can no longer accept the solutions of the past.
The freedom of mankind is won through acts of individual heroism and wisdom. We must stand up for principles not only to save this country, but to become a beacon of hope for the world.
Today marks the 11th anniversary of the 9/11 attacks.
Everyone remembers where they were the day of the attacks, what they were doing, the feelings, emotions and upsets at the tragedy that occured in front of our eyes and television sets.
I remember the shock and aftermath of the attacks. For years I believed the official story of that tragic day, with the planes smashing into the world trade center, the plumes of smoke filling the air, and the collapse of the buildings. It was only recently while researching other topics that I discovered evidence to suggest that the attacks were not as cut and dry as a handful of terrorists hijacking planes.
If you think about it, how could a man in a cave, thousands of miles away, direct a coordinated attack with people who had very little flight training, to ram three planes into three separate buildings?
During the entire cold war, the Russians, with all their technology, could not pull off an attack against us. We have a trillion dollar air defense system, and standard protocol when a plane goes off course, is to dispatch a fighter aircraft to check up on the plane and guide it back on course or shoot it down if it becomes an imminent threat. And yet; on 9/11 the air defense was told to ‘stand down’
The truth is that we are no closer to finding out what really happened on that fateful day, and to add insult to injury, the powers that be have kept a close lid on any kind of investigation into the crimes that occured leading up to and during the brutal murder of some 3000 inocent people.
I have already written two articles on the events of 9/11 and suggest you read them and watch the various videos and documentaries.
What really happened at the pentagon? Why did the security cameras ‘blip’ before the plane flew into the building? Was it really a plane that flew in? Or was it a bomb or a cruise missile? One of my friends is a pilot and he said even the most experienced pilots would have a hard time putting a Boeing 757 into a building at low altitude and at high speed. He said that it would be impossible for a couple of inexperienced pilots who had only a few hours training to bring a plane down that low at that speed.
Think about how the towers came down. Planes are very fragile by comparison to concrete and steel buildings. Burning jet fuel does not generate enough heat to melt steel, and even with massive structural damage steel buildings do not simply implode into their own footprints.
Windsor Tower in Madrid, Spain burned for 20+ hours and never collapsed.
No steel frame structure has ever collapsed due to fire, before or after 9/11. On 9/11, three collapsed, due to “structural failure from fires”
Here is the burnt out shell of the skyscraper in Madrid after the fire:
Here is another sky scraper fully ablaze in Beijing:
The flames erupting from this building were far worse than the flames from the world trade center on 9/11 and yet the building did not collapse:
Here is an article that shows the difference between the 9/11 buildings and the Beijing skyscraper:
To expand the points even further, here is a video that shows controlled explosions as the tower comes down:
And how did the BBC manage to report that a building had come down while it was still standing? How did they know?
None of this adds up, unless you count it as a false flag attack.
There is a lot of information to suggest that the Mossad was behind 9/11. They have many enemies in the Middle East, but only this country has the resources to attack them. A false flag attack would give them the perfect opportunity to ‘nudge’ us into a conflict with their neighboring enemies.
Remember that the Israelis own or manipulate almost all of our mass media.
When using critical thinking, when looking at all sides of the equation, when having an open mind, you often find out more than your were bargaining for. Being an open minded free thinker, I find myself on like-minded people’s websites, and can’t help but find ‘9/11 truther’ articles among the political and philisophical articles. I don’t expect you to take any of this at face value. Up until only a year or two ago, I never would have believed any of this would be possible, but the research speaks volumes for itself.
I suggest you do your own research, and draw your own conclusions. It makes me feel sick when I find evidence like this. But if we do not find the truth, if we do not hold the true culprits responsible, then they will have gotten away with murder, and they will be able to continue their crimes without hinderance. That is simply not acceptable.
I have been told that by not respecting the official story of 9/11 that I am ‘spitting on the graves’ of those who died. I do not see how my questioning of the events is ‘spitting on the graves’ of those who were murdered. In fact I would say that the quest for justice is more respectful of those who died than those who simply bury their heads in the sand and believe whatever the government tells them. The same government who used the excuse of 9/11 to start multiple wars that have consumed the lives of millions of innocent people since.
For those who I have upset with this post I would say; this post should upset you, because your emotions have been played against you to start a ‘War on Terror’ which should be more aptly named ‘War of Terror’.
Was it Al-Qaeda who flew the planes into the towers? Perhaps, but that is not what brought them down. There is too much evidence to suggest otherwise.
My heart goes out to all the familes and friends who got caught up in the tragedy of 9/11, to those who died during the attacks, and to those who died or got sick from the dust while rescuing others. Please take a moment to remember the firefighters and all the emergency response personnel who were at the scene and who gave their lives to save others.
I will take a moment also to remember all of the service men and woman who have died fighting in foreign wars in the name of 9/11. These wars were meant to protect our freedoms, and yet we have lost almost all of them at home since. I would like to thank all the brave men and women who have come forward with information regarding what really happened on 9/11. I will do all that I can to spread the word of liberty, to honor those who died, so that we can live fuller lives and help prevent further bloodshed, so that we can all return to living in relative peace again.
Many voters on both sides of the political spectrum are currently experiencing ‘Stockholm syndrome’.
Mitt Romney has a terrible record as governor of Massachusetts, and so does US House Representative Paul Ryan. And yet now that they are on the campaign trail they say a few nice things that make us feel good, and the republicans support them.
The same is true with the Democrats. Barack Obama has been a terrible president, and yet his supporters still root for him as the lesser of two evils, even though he passed the NDAA act and kept our troops over seas.
George Bush was supposed to be a moderate conservative and yet he massively increased spending, the debts, government and he started two wars. Obama is a continuation of that presidency, and Mitt Romney is an expansion and continuation of that further. And yet we see people on both sides clinging strongly to their statist candidates because they are afraid of what ‘the other side’ might do if elected to office. Rather than realize that their own party is as damaging to their livelihoods and freedoms as ‘the other side’.
We are now expected to vote through fear of what the other side might do if allowed to get office, rather than realizing that both are wrong and will only harm us.
The republican establishment showed last week that it is not interested in your constitutional rights, they laid out in plain sight this year that they are only interested in unbridled power. The RNC prevented Ron Paul from speaking, and shut down any chance of him being nominated.
We have heard that “we need to vote in Romney in first! Then we can influence him!” which sounds like something Nancy Pelosi would say “we need to vote for it first before we read it”.
We’ve now got people thinking that Mitt Romney is a good manager and thinking outside of the box for picking Ryan as a fiscal conservative, which is completely unfounded, given his voting record.
Paul Ryan is not a good man, and is beginning to show his colors again while campaigning. Remember that Paul Ryan practically begged for the auto bailouts:
Mitt Romney chose to shun Ron Paul, who, if only he’d been allowed to speak, and his delegates been allowed to share their voices and concerns, may well have put their support behind him. Instead he choose to put up Clint Eastwood, whom I admire greatly. But Mitt Romney’s Dirty Harry stunt backfired. The liberal media of course derided the speech, but interestingly, so did the conservative media including Glenn Beck. This has helped to expose the fallacy of the left/right media paradigm, and has exposed that they are all corrupt. Not only that, but Clint Eastwood’s speech overshadowed Mitt Romney’s highly edited, polished and robotic speech which was very vague and didn’t specify how to actually fix the economy or return lost liberties to the nation.
It’s very telling of what the republican establishment is doing, when they’d rather have an old man talk to a chair in front of the crowd, than allow another old man to talk about the future of the party and how to restore liberties. I liked the things that Clint said as much as the things Ron say’s, but I’ll stick with Ron on not endorsing Romney.
In a time when information is available everywhere, ignorance is a choice.
I would encourage you to learn about the candidates, what they stand for, and to look at what the power structure is doing in each party.
The republicans are already showing their true colors again. They did nothing good for the country during the Bush administration, and now that they are close to having full power of the house, senate and presidency, they are showing once again what fumbling fools they are. They are simply a milder version of the democrats. Think of Bud light and Budweiser, there’s not much difference in the two of them.
Many people who are over sixty years old believe that anyone but Obama will be good for the country, but they cannot support their arguments with facts, only rhetoric, and memories from the good old days of Eisenhower and Reagan. On the opposite end of the spectrum you have the people who are under forty, almost all of whom support Ron Paul, and are beginning to understand that both parties are deeply flawed and do not follow the constitution.
The liberals were infiltrated by statist ideas a long time ago, and it has become very obvious. The infiltration of the right is less obvious, but it has happened.
The Overton window is a political theory that describes as a narrow “window” the range of ideas that the public will respond to as acceptable, and that the political viability of an idea is primarily defined by this rather than individual preferences of a given politician. It is named after its originator, Joseph P. Overton, former vice president of the Mackinac Center for Public Policy. At any given moment, the “window” includes a range of policies considered to be politically acceptable in the current climate of public opinion, which a politician can recommend without being considered too “extreme” or outside the mainstream to gain or keep public office.
So how do we escape the perpetual downward trend of statism? The first thing to do is to recognize the problem. This chart will help you figure out where you stand on liberties and freedoms:
Libertarians offer an alternative answer to our current problems. You might even be a libertarian yourself.
There is only one escape option left for the nation right now, and that is a 3rd party candidacy. Ron Paul was our last chance to steer the republican party from within.
FROM DR RON PAUL
As we enter the fall political season, we will hear a great deal of rhetoric from both major political parties and their many candidates for office. It’s important for us to remember, however, that words can be made meaningless by misuse or overuse. And when we as citizens allow politicians to obscure the truth by distorting words, we diminish ourselves and our nation.
For example, we’ve all heard politicians use the words “democracy” and “freedom” countless times. They are used interchangeably in modern political discourse, yet their true meanings are very different. They have become what George Orwell termed “meaningless words”. Words like “freedom,” “democracy,” and “justice,” Orwell explained, have been abused for so long that their original meanings have been eviscerated. In Orwell’s view, such words were “often used in a consciously dishonest way.” Without precise meanings behind words, politicians and elites can obscure reality and condition people to reflexively associate certain words with positive or negative perceptions. In other words, unpleasant facts can be hidden behind purposely meaningless language. As just one example, Americans have been conditioned to accept the word “democracy” as a synonym for freedom. Thus we are conditioned to believe that democracy is always and everywhere benevolent. The problem is that democracy is not freedom. Democracy is simply majoritarianism, which is inherently incompatible with freedom. While our Constitution certainly features certain democratic mechanisms, it also features inherently undemocratic mechanisms like the First Amendment and the Electoral College. America is a constitutional republic, not a democracy. Yet we’ve been bombarded with the meaningless word “democracy” for so long that few Americans understand the difference. If we intend to use the word freedom in an honest way, we should have the simple integrity to give it real meaning: Freedom is living without government coercion. So when a politician talks about freedom or liberty–regardless of the issue being discussed– ask yourself whether he is advocating more government force or less. The words “liberal” and “conservative” have also been abused. “Liberalism,” which once stood for civil, political, and economic liberties, has become a synonym for omnipotent coercive government. Liberalism has been redefined to mean liberation from material wants, always via a large and benevolent government that exists to create equality on earth. “Conservatism,” meanwhile, once meant respect for tradition and distrust of active government. But in recent decades conservatism has been redefined as support for big-government grandiosity via military adventurism, corporatism, and inflationary monetary policy. The modern political right has redefined conservatism into support for an all-powerful central state, provided that the state furthers supposedly conservative goals. Orwell certainly was right about the use of meaningless words in politics. Our task, therefore, is to reclaim our language and reclaim our liberties. If we hope to remain free, we must cut through the fog and attach concrete meanings to the words politicians use to deceive us.
I hope my posts are somewhat of a counsel to those who are rubbing their eyes in disbelief. I know its hard to give up ideas you’ve held for so long about certain people and certain parties, but the cause of liberty and freedom is worth the sacrifice. I’d rather be told a cold hard truth and learn to live with it, than to be told a comforting lie, only to have its bitterness slowly seep in over time and rot from the inside out.
Do not be discouraged, do not be upset, once you have learned what has happened to both sides of the two party system, you can begin to rebuild your ideas and share them with others. There are many good intellectual libertarian websites out there where you can learn more, and do your part to return liberty and free market concepts to this once free nation.
The time for a third party has come. The time to restore liberties is now. We must restore this nation. Give me liberty or give me death!
However, the evening’s meeting went well, and the subject matter for the event was about blog posts and alternative media. I was given the chance to make a short speech about my blog and why I do it.
During the event we heard from from Peter Bronson, former editorial editor from the Cincinnati Enquirer about how the media has changed and how it effects politics.
After all the speakers were done talking, I got to meet several people and we had a nice chat about libertarianism, and why its important to stand up for the issues, no matter what party you support.
I got to talk to Bob Coogan, who is a libertarian running for Ohio State House in the 52nd district. He and I talked for a while, and agreed on almost everything.
One of the other guy’s I got to talk to said that during the 2008 elections, he felt like he was at a train station and he saw a big red train with ‘republican’ written on it, and a big blue train that had ‘Democrat’ written on it. He said that both trains were running parallel on the track and the only difference was that the D train was running at 100 miles per hour, and the R train was running at 50 miles per hour. His analogy made perfect sense to me, and we talked more on how we need to get the R train to be moving back toward liberty if we are to change things around for the better.
I enjoyed listening to the other speakers, and Peter Bronson certainly has a lot of wisdom accumulated from his days in journalism. Another guy I got to listen to was Chris Littleton. He said that the republicans laid waste to this country during the 2000’s, and that the Obama administration came along and finished the job. I agree with what he said 100%. Our problems lie on both sides of the track, and we really need to clean house in order to set things right again.
Here are the blog sites of the people who gave speeches during the event:
It really made me feel good to hear so many people voicing their opinions and standing up for their rights. We really are the new main stream media, so get out there and write!
Don’t be afraid to get involved; libertarians will help steer the ship in grassroots organizations such as the Tea Party’s, since their beliefs in limited and constitutional government are similar to many conservative thought patterns. Libertarians tend to use sound logic and critical thinking and can help the more gun ho conservatives in getting better fiscal and constitutional minded leaders elected.
All in all, I had a great evening, and I saw for myself that the Tea Party is alive and well!
Julian Assange is something of an enigma. To be honest, I don’t know a lot about him. I still don’t pay much attention to the mainstream news, and I don’t like conspiracy theories. So I mildly pay attention and try to figure out the real story from a distance. Today Julian spoke out from the Ecuadorian Embassy in London. I found much of what he said to be intriguing and inspiring.
The case of Bradly Manning is a difficult one. During a time when the country is under the influence of criminals throughout the political spectrum. At what point do we call him a traitor for exposing his country’s secrets? Or a patriot for doing the very same thing?
I think the most important thing Julian said during this article is “As WikiLeaks stands under threat, so does the freedom of expression and the health of all of our societies” and that ‘the United States was at a turning point which could drag the rest of the world into a new oppressive era.’
I find it terrifying that the country which fought off fascism, is now poised to take over Nazi Germany as the most oppressive country in human history. We now start wars based on ‘potential threats’. These wars are started off false information and pandering by the media. The true reasons are kept secret, and there are war profiteers who make substantial gains behind the scenes, while many innocent people die in the bloodshed. We now have the largest prison population in human history, and there are ever growing accounts of police brutality, while our freedoms are surrendered at the stroke of a pen.
I know that exposing military secrets is tantamount to treason, and I certainly wouldn’t recommend acting in this way. I know that wiki-leaks isn’t necessarily a good website because of these reasons. But the pursuance of Assange and the treatment of Manning is very telling in how close they got to the mark; on how our countries are currently functioning behind the scenes. There is much criminality to be spread around, and our governments are not acting within the scope that they were intended to.
I do not believe Assange is guilty of the sexual assault allegations, I believe these are trumped up charges to get him locked up or shut up. What he and Manning did is expose the beast for what it is. Whether what they did is right or not, that is for you to decide. Because the actions that our governments take will affect you.
Where we draw the line in cases like this is the difficult part, because it is dangerous to be right when the government is wrong.
How far would you be willing to go to expose the truth or protect people who speak out? There is a difference between blind nationalism and true patriotism.
Think about it.
“Laws control the lesser man… Right conduct controls the greater one.” – Mark Twain
Paul Ryan is a propaganda stunt to get people to swallow the ‘Mitt Romney pill’ and ‘pull the lever’ to oust Barack Obama. But it is backfireing. No one pays attention to the mainstream media anymore, and people are starting to look to the internet for the truth. Even the Zionist puppet master Glenn Beck cannot dupe enough people into thinking Ryan is a saint. All you have to do is go to youtube or sites like this and find all the articles and videos of Paul Ryan voting for liberty stripping bills such as the NDAA act, the patriot act and multiple billion dollar bailouts.
If you think for a second that my generation, the veterans, and all the true liberty loving patriots are going to concede to the likes of Mitt Romney, think again. Rand Paul just found out the hard way. The establishment is not interested in any of us.
The future of politics in America, will come with the shrugging of the establishment altogether. We are no longer able to tolerate the lesser of two evils from a completely bankrupt and corrupt system.
The future of the country will lie in exposing the truth and banding together to bring our liberties back. Whether Ron Paul is successful at the convention or not, the future lies in the individuals who will do the work that the establishment is not willing to do.
The Romney/Ryan stunt will most likely fail, and we’ll be faced with another four years of Barack Obama. But at least we will have a chance to pick up the pieces after the election process is all said and done, and start building the country from the grassroots up again. And the Tea Party and other groups will realize that siding with the establishment will no longer work, and that we will have to push our agendas of liberty, come hell or high water.
In the mean time, we still have a few days left to get Ron Paul through the convention. Let’s pray that he gets through, and good luck to all the patriots attending the gathering in Tampa!
We have two weeks left to alter the history of mankind!
Crank up the volume and watch this video!
Neither Mitt Romney nor Barack Obama have any solid plan to fix the national debt and seriously reduce spending. And both support liberty stripping bills such as the Patriot act and the NDAA act. We need a leader who will return the country back to us, and allow us to manifest our own destiny. There is only one candidate who will reduce the deficit by 1 trillion dollars year one, and return our freedoms to us.
Ron Paul is the only candidate who cares about our liberties and the national debt. We have two weeks left to get him on the republican ticket and oust the national socialist Mitt Romney/Paul Ryan campaign.
The next two weeks are going to be brutal, the political/media machine is in full swing to keep the true patriots quiet and keep you asleep. If you truly want to alter the course of this country, talk to your republican friends and get them to put the pressure on at the convention for Ron Paul.
It’s time to take our country back and away from the political/media machine. Wake up and fight!
Since writing this I have learned of other groups which are at play. I wrote this during the ‘Ron Paul Revolution’ and the Libertarian phase I was going through. Since then President Obama and his Communist sympathizers have done much to pacify our nation. Russian aggression against its neighbors, the annexation of the Crimea, and the rise of ISIS in the Middle East, have a great cause for concern. Question everything with boldness. – Paul Townsend 12/18/14
We have been told by many of those on the right that it is the Muslim radicals that we should fear. And yet, it is the Zionists who are in control of our nation.
High Ranking members of our government are Zionists:
Even our preselected leaders are all Zionists:
Our candidates for president:
Every aspect of American life is currently dominated by the Zionists. They control the banks, the politicians, Hollywood and the media. We are led to believe that Israel is a source of good in the world, and that anyone who opposes the state is evil. We are encouraged to fight amongst ourselves for ‘democrats’ or ‘republicans’, even though they are two faces on the same head. All our current ‘issues’ are simply daily distractions to keep us too busy arguing instead of finding out the truth.
Every time someone tries to exploit the Zionists, they are ridiculed by the Zionist controlled media and labeled an ‘anti Semite’:
Even Glenn Beck is a Zionist, which would explain why he is so protective of Israel and why he consistently discredits Ron Paul, even though he has all the perfect credentials to become a constitutional president.
This video shows exactly how the Israeli Zionists hate Ron Paul:
After all; how could they ever allow such a patriotic American to hold the office of the president when they are so close to WWIII and world domination?