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We are all living through a critical time—both nationally and globally. Many of us have been watching in horror as our ignorant, self-absorbed countrymen remain oblivious to the tyranny growing all around us. Those of us who have been studying contemporary events through the perspectives provided in history can see that what we were predicting and dreading for the future is now our present reality.
Right now things are very dark and it appears there is no hope; the bad guys seem to have won and there appears to be no way to stop the New World Order.
But, there is an axiom in law: There is always a remedy. I believe that law is universal rather than afforded by man. In this respect, a remedy has been provided for us. Joel Skousen has stated it perfectly in the article below. By Joel Skousen Excerpted from: Commentary and Insights on a Troubled World.
Our dilemma This is the most common question I receive among the minority of subscribers who are reluctant to "waste time" on a Don Quixote political candidacy. I also harbor no hopeful illusions about controlling the corrupt Republican party which has been taken over by globalists as have the Democrats.
That is why I have been more inclined toward principled third parties like the Constitution Party or Libertarian Party. However, it is my experienced opinion that barely 2 percent of the nation is capable of coming to a fully principled understanding of the issues, under optimal conditions.
That is just the nature of soft good people who are too spread out or lack the intellectual vigor to really think through the issues. Any larger movement of good people has to be driven by a combination of feel-good sound bites and bandwagon patriotism—not substance.
Why support Ron Paul? Why then support the candidacy of Ron Paul? Ron is gathering people from all across the political spectrum.
The PTB would never let him win. If he ever gained the presidency they would eliminate him. The majority of the electorate would probably not vote for Ron Paul even if they understood the issues because they have become corrupted by evils of democracy: Despite the evils of fiat money, most would NOT vote to dismantle the Federal Reserve bank because of fear of what would happen as the economy deflated back to reality—and they would be right in the short-term.
The results would be horrendous. No other topic is so taboo in the media except conspiracy—unless you are in the business of debunking conspiracy. That is permitted and encouraged. At the bully pulpit If you watched the New Hampshire debate on Sept. The "top" candidates kept spouting the virtues of the Iraq intervention and were countered effectively by Paul.
That drew a sharp challenge from Chris Wallace, one of the debate questioners, who asked whether the United States should take its marching orders from al-Qaeda.
This is an aggressive invasion.
A few people advising this administration, a small number of people called the neoconservatives hijacked our foreign policy. We have to be one nation, under God. That means if we make a mistake, we make it as a single country: How long - what do we have to pay to save face?
The distinction between Paul and the rest of the establishment candidates was even more clear on the issue of liberty. Mitt Romney has fallen into the mental trap of anything is justified in war: And I hear from time to time people say, hey, wait a second.
We have civil liberties we have to worry about. We have—we have a national ID card on our doorsteps, it is being implemented right now. We have FISA courts. We have warrantless searches.
No longer gasping at the single-hearted courage that propels Paul to speak truth despite the continued efforts of the NeoCon corporate field to maintain the myths promulgated by the Bush administration, the corporate CFR candidates, lead by Huckabee, attacked the only real Republican on the stage.Christian libertarians like Ron Paul want God in the public schools and are happy to have the government forbid abortion and gay marriage.
law enforcement, or any sort of safety net for the elderly and the jobless.
Inflation reached % in Central government authority effectively disappeared in many regions. they pay through the. Ron Paul: Blame The Fed, a Crisis is Coming America’s monetary system was hijacked in The U.S.
Constitution wasn’t amended to bring about The Federal Reserve. it . David Reiss, professor at the Brooklyn Law School, says, “To most of us, the Federal Reserve is a riddle, wrapped in a mystery inside an enigma, to borrow Winston Churchill’s phrase.”.
Watch video · Central bank officials have privately discussed the debt issue, and Chairman Jerome Powell on multiple occasions has said the fiscal trajectory is "unsustainable." WATCH: Ron Paul . Ron Paul: Blame The Fed, a Crisis is Coming America’s monetary system was hijacked in The U.S.
Constitution wasn’t amended to bring about The Federal Reserve. it was just ignored. Ron Paul still looks surprised when his calls to follow the Constitution and restore a sound currency set off whoops of approval at a campaign stop.
The term GOP congressman from Texas has been.