RonPaulSupporters.com Old Content

I used to run the website RonPaulSupporters.com. The site no longer exists due to Ron Paul's exit from politics, but I kept some of the content. Since I put a ton of work into that website I thought there were a few articles worthy of being kept. This is the archive.

For the record, this website was an anti Ron Paul website designed to show the kooks that make up the base.


Alex Jones

It’s pretty tough for me to write an informative post about Alex Jones. If I was to sum it up in a concise manner I would say that he is probably one of the most popular conspiracy theorists out there. Like any theorist, everything is a conspiracy because his central conspiracy is the New World Order. Books and books could be written on this topic, so you can check out the New World Order at Wikipedia to get a good idea of what it is.

This same delusion is something that you find in just about all Ron Paul supporters. If you hear a supporter claim they don’t like Alex Jones it most likely has nothing to do with his crazy views. It most likely is related to the fact that Jones doesn’t hold Jewish conspiracies that are often associated with the New World Order. This causes a conspiracy rift inside the Ron Paul/Libertarian movement.

Some Alex Jones conspiracies include:

  • 9/11 was an inside job
  • Oklahoma City Bombing was a government plot (to steal guns from Americans)
  • The New World Order is putting things in our food to turn us gay
  • The UN wants to exterminate 80% of the worlds population
  • The UN wants to take over the world and have a one world government (and steal guns)
  • And a lot more

It’s hard to write a page on Alex Jones because there are so many different types of crazy that comes out of his mouth that I can’t get it all. I think one single video can explain exactly what kind of crazed lunatic this guy really is. Youtube Link

There are also countless videos and audio recordings of Ron Paul coming on Alex Jones radio program to talk about the New World Order and all the different tangents that come from that topic. Check out some of the links below:

Alex Jones has also produced a number of “documentaries”. They’re not documentaries, just the same way that Michael Moore’s films are not documentaries. They’re political motivated pieces of film. There are a few dozen, but I’ll list a few of the ones that I’ve actually seen.

  • 911 The Road to Tyranny
  • Dark Secrets Inside Bohemian Grove
  • Police State 3: Total Enslavement

All the videos are retarded and based on the same loose logic and outright lies you’ll hear on his radio show. I don’t advise anyone to ever watch any of his documentaries as you will lose part of your life.


Justin Raimondo

There are very core paleconservative libertarians out there that not only support Ron Paul, but also follow the same deep down philosophy of the man. I felt the need to discuss Justin Raimondo and the very dangerous ideology that his expresses.

Justin (Dennis) Raimondo is the co-founder and executive director of the site antiwar(dot)com. He is a self described “conservative-paleo-libertarian“, whatever that is supposed to mean. He has worked with the John Randolph Club, which is run by the Rockford Institute. The club produces a magazine that proudly publishes the work of holocaust denying and white power associate Pat Buchanan. Rest assured that the same allies that infested the Randolph Club were carried over to antiwar(dot)com, as Buchanan is an active writer on the site.

Antiwar.com & Raimondo are not Antiwar

You might find this quite odd for a website depicted with the name as “Anti War” and a slogan like “Your best source for antiwar news, viewpoints and activities”, but you just need to dig a little further into the “Who We Are Page”. I quote…

Our dedication to libertarian principles, inspired in large by the works and example of the late Murray N. Rothbard, in reflected on this site. While openly acknowledging that we have an agenda, the editors take seriously our purely journalist mission, which is to get past the media filters and reveal the truth about America’s foreign policy.

First off, I would expect an “antiwar” site to have an agenda – an antiwar agenda, but they’re telling you that they have a journalistic mission and agenda of revealing the truth about America’s foreign policy. You should also note the conspiracy innuendo of getting “past the media filters.” Everything screams sloppy alternative source, so expect the worst – if any.

Murray Rothbard is an interesting character and really a big component of libertarianism in the United States. A discussion on him would require a lengthy book, but I felt compelled to share a few things. One of Rothbard’s most popular quotes is “hatred is my muse,” he has also stated that when Saigon fell to the North that “here is the total and sudden collapse – the smashing – of an entire State apparatus”. [1] I bring this up to illustrate a very fundamental ideological point that you’ll see with Ron Paul and his ilk of supporters: they’re anti-state and anti-government. The desire to avoid war doesn’t come from a genuine humanitarian premise (though they’ll throw that fodder into the mix), but from their anti-government ideology. This greatly explains Rothbard’s quote “war is the health of the state”. And as he describes the state as “a gang of thieves writ large.”

I don’t want to write extensively on Rothbard, as that is suited best for another article, but the same racial tendencies fly out of this libertarian’s mouth. See Rothbard explain the “need” for segregation.

Let’s get back to what is written on the antiwar(dot)com “who we are page”:

Antiwar(dot)com represents the truly pro-America side of the foreign policy debate. With out focus on a less centralized government…

You’ll distinctly pick out the political position of a less centralized government. This really boils down to the paleoconservatives anti-federalism ideology. You’ll also notice that they take the “truly pro-American side”. Allow me to define to you what that means: “Blame America for everything until it starts being libertarian.” You’ll notice it with Justin Raimondo, Ron Paul and the ilk that follow them that they have a very stern blame America first and the only time they don’t blame America first is if they can tie Israel into the mix.

There is one piece of delicious conspiracy diatribe on the “who we are page”:

Antiwar(dot)com is dedicated to building an awareness of globalist and interventionist forces that would enslave us in a New World Order on which the sun never sets.

Globalist might not seem like such a loaded word, but it lands square in conspiracy land with it being most puppetted by the likes of Alex Jones and other conspiracy theorists like Jeff Rense. The “New World Order” is typical conspiracy talk for a one world government that many libertarians and general extremists fear. I’ve pointed out this extensively on my website about it. Essentially the NWO is the reason all conspiracies happen and they’re behind every hatched plan.

It should be clear that antiwar(dot)com and Justin Raimondo are certainly not antiwar, at least in the sense of humanitarianism. The only thing antiwar about the site is the name. By their own admission they’re more interested in fighting American foreign policy, enforcing libertarian ideals such as anti-federalism and building awareness to conspiracy theories.

Raimondo’s Foreign Policy Ideology

If Justin and antiwar(dot)com aren’t antiwar, what does that make them? What exactly is the foreign policy that they do support? The simple explanation since he’s against American (and Israel) foreign policy is that he is pro-America (and Israel)’s enemies. This might seem like quite a jump, but I will clearly explain this both from a philosophical point of view and with actual examples.

Philosophy: Moral Relativism

Philosophically what you’ll experience with Raimondo is the concept of moral relativism and in a sense the cousin concept cultural relativism. What is moral relativism? Simply put is that the concept of a moral judgment is made relative. Everyone has moving goal posts on what is acceptable moral behavior. This is the reason why Raimondo will bend over backwards to defend Russia imperialism and at the same time viciously despise American (and Israel)’s “imperialism”.

What I like to think of it best is that there is some sort of “accounting” process or “welfare points” going off in Raimondo’s head. For all extensive purposes, Russia is a bottom of the barrel first world country or above average second world country. The United States is a good first world country. In his head, Russia just couldn’t “suck”, there must be a reason to explain it because his narrative is that American foreign policy sucks. Balancing starts to occur where things become relative. “Well America did this …” as a justification for why Russia is allowed to do something and in fact should be supported.

It’s exceptionally easy to spot a moral relativist because answers to the tough questions are usually about some other country. Should Iran have nuclear weapons? “Well America…”

Raimondo is Pro-Russian Imperialism

Let’s look at the most recent example of this with Raimondo. Russia invades a sovereign nation. Supplies weapons to pro-Russian fighters and was annexed by Russia. Anyone that is truly antiwar would be against this, but not Raimondo. (I’d also like to point out the irony if the United States invaded a sovereign nation. Supplied weapons to pro-American fighters and eventually annexed it, Raimondo would be complaining up a storm).

Justin Raimondo talks about the Crimean Succession Vote

This is a disgusting display of the paleoconservative ideology in action here. He starts creating a very false narrative that if the West recognized Kosovo’s right to independence than we should treat it the same for Crimean. Like I mentioned about moral relativism, immediately comparing it to another country and making the situation in the Ukraine nothing more than a relative concept.

Let’s review the facts. Russia enters the country with it’s military. Russia arms rebels in the area. This military force takes over this area and holds a vote. I’m not exactly sure what part of a military occupation of your land and community makes votes put on by this invading force valid. Raimondo argues that there is no evidence of abuse. Is that really the only measurement of a legit election? He seems to be super okay with this type of election, despite the tens of thousands of words he’s expressed on Iraq’s new democracy and elections.

It’s no secret that most of Ukraine isn’t pro-Russia and only a small pockets of the area are pro-Russia. This may cause some tensions, but nothing like war. Raimondo tries to show that the divide is hostile by citing that Ukraine “outlaw[ed] the Russian language as an official ‘second language'”. He linked to an opinion piece article in The Japan Times to source this. Think about the manipulating words used here. There is no outlawing, it’s just not an official language. You can make a debate whether it should be, but every single country in the world doesn’t always give minority languages official language status. You’d think a libertarian like Raimondo would appreciate not having the government producing documentation and hiring people to speak the language of makes up a smaller percentage of the population.

He gets upset that there were legit protests with the obvious Russian influenced government actually were able to see meaningful change. He refers to them as “protestors” with quotations because well, you know, implying they’re something else. He later refers to them as militarized neo-Nazi’s.

Raimondo finally ends the article by stating “The Crimean people clearly fear their would-be masters in Kiev: they want out – and they have every reason to get their own way unmolested.” How convenient with the tilt and narrative of the article is that the Crimean people just had a vote one day. No view on the militarized occupation. No antiwar discussion other than America better not get involved. Disgusting. Hypocrite.

Raimondo is a Conspiracy Theorist

I know that despite the admission of a belief in conspiracy theories right on the “who we are” page of antiwar(dot)com, some of you might feel that isn’t enough. Some will say that he has criticized conspiracy theorists in the past, in particular with 9/11. This is true, not because he has a general desire for truth, but that these conspiracy narratives never fit his own conspiracy narrative.

Let’s review some of the Justin Raimondo conspiracies that he holds.

Israel Behind Syria Uprising

With the Palestinians about to declare their independent state, and the UN ready to endorse it, the temptation to create some kind of diversion is likely to take hold of the Israeli leadership. Indeed, I would speculate it already has. Those “armed gangs” didn’t come out of nowhere, and it wouldn’t be the first time the Israelis demonstrated how far their reach extends inside Syria. Syria’s ally, Iran, is the real target of what looks to me like a coordinated effort to sow chaos in the region: the idea is to draw the Iranians into a proxy war in support of the regime, and lay the groundwork for an all-out US-Israeli attack on Tehran. The encirclement of the Iranians is proceeding apace, with the Israelis on the front line, the Americans in Iraq, Afghanistan and, increasingly, Pakistan. With Israel’s powerful lobby in the US relentlessly demanding that Washington “do something” about the Iranians, and the growing deluge of phony “intelligence” supposedly proving they have an active nuclear weapons program, it seems like just a matter of time before the fuse is lit and the region explodes. Obama’s demand that Assad step down is a giant step forward on this road.

This is one of the best ways to be a conspiracy theories, pure speculation based on your perceived bias, hatred and general narrative of the world. There really isn’t much to say regarding this. Despite the strong words and confident demeanor, Raimondo offers nothing in the way of evidence for his feelings other than blame Israel first and blame America first. Things just can’t happen.

Some would say (such as myself) that Raimondo is merely using his political and ideological enemies as the antagonist of the narrative he calls life instead of an objective look at reality or what the evidence in front of him presents.

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Israel’s Connection to 9/11

There is an entire section of the antiwar(dot)com website dedicated to Israel and the 9/11 connection, featuring most of the posts from Raimondo. The page is obsessed with Israel’s involvement in 9/11 and an Israeli spy ring. See the page here. There is far too much incoherent ‘Elder’s of Zion” jew baiting propaganda stuff to really go through and debunk, but let me point out one big thing in one of the articles that explains a lot.

How did 19 hijackers manage to decimate the Pentagon, destroy the World Trade Center, and plunge us into a war without end? That is the question we still don’t have an answer to, two years after the worst terrorist attack in American history, and, if the Bush administration has anything to say about it – and they do – we won’t have an answer any time soon.

He obviously hasn’t read a single news report, watched television, or like many people including myself seen some of this carnage occur live on television. Planes crashed into these buildings. I know that Raimondo thinks the government is all knowing, all powerful and is incapable of failure, but it is something that happens. With hundred’s of millions of people to monitor in a single country and a lot more outside the country, you can’t get everyone.

Yet Americans have no right to know how or why it happened.

Raimondo is also incapable of understanding the concept of national security and protecting information. Releasing information to the public about everything secret to the government is exploitable. Enough information is released as possible, but not everything is going to come out. I have a feeling that more than enough information has come up, but Justin doesn’t like it. The “why” question has been answered though. He oven blabs around with his “blame America first” answer calling it blowback, but … you know. Conspiracy theorists don’t have to keep it consistent.

Two years ago this September, Fox News investigative reporter Carl Cameron told his audience: “There is no indication that the Israelis were involved in the 9-11 attacks, but investigators suspect that the Israelis may have gathered intelligence about the attacks in advance, and not shared it. A highly placed investigator said there are ‘tie-ins.’ But when asked for details, he flatly refused to describe them, saying, ‘evidence linking these Israelis to 9-11 is classified. I cannot tell you about evidence that has been gathered. It’s classified information.'”

This is essentially all that Raimondo has on Israel. This is his evidence and everything he writes related about the 9/11-Israel connection is based on this. Here are links that are much better than mine to debunk this: part 1, part 2. It’s true, Carl Cameron did do an “investigative report” on this subject. The problem is that Carl Cameron is a conspiracy theorist, 9/11 truther and has been caught publishing fake stories. When he’s not out bashing “Skull & Bones“, he’s out saying “It’s really hard to make the case that the buildings just imploded without some sort of an accelerant.

Should we believe this guy? Does it matter. “There is no indication that Israelis were involved in the 9-11 attacks.” They were investigating something. It means nothing other than what Carl Cameron did or did not embellish on. We don’t know.

When it come to Raimondo, this is nothing more than a case of confirmation bias. He has this one sad story that doesn’t even link to 9/11 and it was created by a 9/11 truther and conspiracy theorist. Doesn’t seem like such a strong case.

Other Stupid Comments Raimondo has Published

This man has been writing for a while now on his website and on other websites. With the amount of words that get typed there are just crazy and weird things that are going to come up. Since I didn’t have a particular section to put this in, I’ll be sticking it in this “other” section.

Japan should have won WW2

It’s at times like these that I tend to believe the wrong side won the war in the Pacific.

Abraham Lincoln is a Dictator/Lenin

[He is] the closest to a dictator that any American president has ever come.

I’ll point out that he also linked from the “closest to dictator” part that goes to a website that no longer works anymore. With the help or archive.org we have found it.

I did have saved up images of great Twitter comments, but I have no reason to migrate the saved screenshots of these to the new site. I highly recommend this website.


Ron Paul Facts

Ron Paul is a retired Republican politician. He is most known for his libertarian views within the Republican Presidential Race in 2008 and 2012. His son has taken over the family business.

Ron Paul's Ideology

A lot of people falsely categorize his political ideology. You’ll hear things like Constitutionalist, Libertarian, “true conservative”, etc and they’re all wrong. Ron Paul’s political ideology is better described as paleoconservative. This explains so much about understanding what Ron Paul is really about and also the people that he often associates with.

It seems easy to categorize Ron Paul as a libertarian because he ran as a third party candidate with the political party. but he’s not a libertarian (small “l”). There is a big rift within libertarianism (small “l”) regarding the primary drivers of ideals. I’m not going to go into a long description on the topic because a book could be written on the subject. A libertarian magazine like Reason isn’t a Ron Paul talking point and often very critical of him for a reason[1] [2] [3].

Paleoconservativism is a very fringe ideology that has attracted the likes of Ron Paul, Alex Jones, Justin Raimondo, David Duke, and Pat Buchanan. Their views all descend from that of Murray Rothbard - as I regard as the father of all of this politics. These people have used liberty movements to reach their own political aims. Tactics used by the fringe is to infiltrate smaller political groups and change them. Simply put, the ideology they believe isn't necessarily driven by rights or liberty, but by a nostalgic view of pre-civil war south.

With the relentless rhetoric of Ron Paul being a libertarian, it gives people the false impression of libertarianism. I’m not a proponent of libertarian ideology, but I feel the need to defend it from the likes of Ron Paul. In 2008, he ran an ad that falls into the category of anti-immigration. This contradicts libertarian ideology, which is simply “the free movement of people”. It's possible that he's selling his soul to be elected, but I can only judge what I see. Another example is on foreign policy. Classic libertarianism has very little in the way of literature on war. Isolationism definitely isn’t a libertarian position and justifications for war with Iraq are just as valid in libertarian ideology.

Isolationism is a very big part of his ideology. Despite the rhetoric that you will hear from supporters, he is an isolationist. Often they’ll use the term “non-intervention” because he wants free trade and he’ll be friends with countries. Paul has made it clear that he has no intention of doing anything with any other countries including trade agreements because that could lead to entanglements. Paul believes in unilateral free trade, which is isolationist free trade. The constant lumping in of embassies in the “military bases” discussion about “bringing them home”[4] is just more evidence that his vision of America is to do nothing outside it’s own borders no matter what. That is the definition of isolationism despite the rhetoric otherwise.

The great isolationists that have been around for 50 years have also been the biggest anti-Semites around. If you look at Ron Paul’s ideologs like Pat Buchanan and Lew Rockwell, they’re big anti-Semites or at the very least Jew Baiters using the term “Israel”. Some hide it better than others. The usual anti-Semitic rhetoric usually revolves around the Jewish grip on the government, obviously that was before the existence of Israel, so today you can replace every single anti-Semitic rhetoric with Israel to get the new version.

Even Ron Paul’s newsletters are paleoconservative ideologically and yet no one seems to be picking up on this fact. The racism, conspiracies and hatred of Israel is quite consistent with paleoconservative ideology.

Foreign Policy

Ron Paul supporters absolutely froth at the mouth when you call Ron Paul an isolationist. They don’t froth because you’re saying anything inaccurate. They froth because it is such a concise and accurate statement that makes him look so damn bad. I thought it would be best to bring up a scenario that helps provide some framework against Ron Paul’s foreign policy positions.

I’m very confident that 200 years ago an isolationist type foreign policy would have worked great in the United States. But that was a much different time and I want to point out the big differences between today and 200 years ago.

  • A weapon of mass destruction would have been a canon

  • A chemical weapon would have been small pox on a blanket

  • A rifle shot once and then needed to be reloaded

  • It took roughly a month to cross the Atlantic

It was a much different time for people. The world was much more primitive. Countries were much more isolated. Today, we have a world that is very connected and integrated. We also have amazingly powerful technology that can be used for good and bad things. We have intercontinental ballistic missiles that can have various warheads attached (nuclear, chemical, biological) and reach countries thousands of miles away. The US government has been doing recent testing where it can hit a target accurately anywhere in the world in under an hour. We live in a different world and that requires a different approach. We can’t just ignore or bury our heads in the sand expecting dictators and theocracies to behave rationally with very powerful technology.

Would you expect a country that puts homosexuals to death to rationally behave with a nuclear weapon? I don’t think so. This is essentially why isolationism is such an irrational position and the reason Paultards froth when you state it. They would prefer to use words that sound better to explain their irrational pacifism.

You’ll often hear Ron Paul supporters defend him and say he’s not an isolationist. He just wants to be friends of countries, have free trade and just peace. It sounds nice, but it isn’t accurate.

It’s best to get Ron Paul to define what friends means when it comes to countries. His idea of friends is basically not talking to them and not doing anything with them. Anything other than that would be telling them what to do. He won’t engage in any international treaties or other such obligations because he views it as an attack on American sovereignty. A treaty would make the US obligated to do things and Ron Paul doesn’t like that. It’s a very isolated type position he wants for the country.

When it comes to free trade you’re getting caught up by a buzz word. Ron Paul is against every single free trade agreement that America has ever signed into law or tried to. This includes NAFTA, GATT, FTAA, etc. He says they’re technically not free trade. It’s true, they’re “technically” not free trade. They’re actually agreements between countries to greatly liberalize trade between countries. In the world we live in today, that’s what has to be done to build international trade. Ron Paul believes in something called unilateral free trade, which means he’ll implement free trade on the US side of the border. He won’t enter into any agreements or discussions with other countries. Other countries can import what they want into the country, no regulations, that’s it. Unilateral free trade is isolationist. The other side of free trade agreements is that Ron Paul views them from a conspiracy point of view, but you can read more about that in the conspiracy section.

Lastly, Ron Paul doesn’t care about peace. Being anti-war doesn’t make you pro-peace. Ron Paul’s policy on peace is isolationism. He would go out to a bar with friends and turn his back if one of his friends got beat up. That’s his view of “peace” and it’s not getting involved in anything for any reason. He has stated that if he was President during WW2 he wouldn’t have responded militarily to the Pearl Harbor attacks and he also stated that he wouldn’t have tried to stop the holocaust. That is Ron Paul’s idea of “peace”.

Iran

Ron Paul tends to be a much more emphatic defender of countries that pose the greatest threat to Israel, which happens to be Iran in this case. So I thought I would give it special consideration. The big problem with Ron Paul on Iran is that he simply doesn’t get it. His ideology literally helps him glaze over and ignore actual facts and reality. You could apply that statement to just about any view he has, but Iran just happens to be the one I find the oddest. Here is a very troubling quote from Ron Paul on Iran:

There is little resistance to the rising clamor for “democratizing” Iran, even though their current president, Mahmoud Ahmadinejad, is an elected leader. Though Iran is hardly a perfect democracy, its system is far superior to most of our Arab allies about which we never complain. – Ron Paul (April 5 2006)

If you’re unfamiliar with Iran, this might appear to be an innocent statement. The facts speak differently. Iran is not a democracy. It’s not even near a democracy. Calling it a democracy destroys the meaning of the word democracy. Iran is actually a theocratic dictatorship with a supreme ruler and an Islamic constitution. It is true that they do have elections in the country, but elections don’t mean democracy necessarily. The supreme leader and a group of unelected theological elders choose who can actually be on these election ballots. In Iran, your election is basically voting between the guy the supreme leader chose and the other guy that supreme leader chose. Most human rights groups don’t even think the votes are counted and they just declare whoever they want winner. Hence, Mahmoud Ahmadinejad is not an elected official of anything that represents a democracy.

I would like to give you a quote from Prime Minister of Israel, Benjamin Netanyahu, on March 2nd 2012 while on a visit to Canada.

It sends its own children through mine fields; it hangs gays and stones women; it supports Assad’s brutal slaughter of the Syrian people; it is the world’s foremost sponsor of terrorism: it sponsors Hizbullah in Lebanon,<b Hamas in Gaza and terrorists throughout the Middle East, Africa, even South America. Iran’s proxies have dispatched hundreds of suicide bombers, planted thousands of roadside bombs, and they fired over twenty thousand missiles at civilians. I say all his to make one point clear – This is how Iran behaves today, without nuclear weapons. Think of how they will behave tomorrow, with nuclear weapons.

This is simply what Ron Paul and Ron Paul supporters don’t understand. They assume that with nuclear weapons they’ll just behave “rationally”. They think Iran has a “right” to nuclear weaponry. I’m not sure where that right comes from, but I’m sure they don’t either.

Israel and Jew Baiting

The Paul supporters of the internet try to make it sound like Ron Paul is just about being neutral internationally as he can, but that isn’t quite that true. There has always been more hostility thrown towards Israel (the closest thing to a libertarian state in the Middle East). Often it revolves around international aid for countries. I’ve made a post on this site dissecting content on Ron Paul community websites. You can view it here. The largest Ron Paul community on the internet is DailyPaul and they have a sick obsession. The word Israel was used more times than Bush, Iraq, and Federal Reserve even though these are supposed to be the big talking points of the Paul political movement.

A former staffer of Ron Paul (of 12 years) stated that Ron Paul was anti-Israel and doesn’t think the state should exist. I’m not sure if that is a neutral position by Ron Paul standards or “an act of war” on his part. Either way you have to admit that he has some sort of passionate hatred of Israel that doesn’t seem to be fair or balanced. He has said, in Congress, that Hamas was created by Israel. This sort of falls into his conspiracy theory type thinking, but that’s a scary thought. He actually believes a terrorist organization that has one purpose of killing Jews was created by Israel. Please see this crazy video below:

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=FNSEOhkJKLg

He has the most convoluted type of thinking, but it isn’t that surprising if you understand the background of where his views came from.

I mentioned in Ron Paul’s ideology portion of this is a Paleoconservative view. This is sort of like libertarianism, but it’s anti-immigration, xenophobic, homophobic, isolationist, full of neo-Nazis, conspiracy theorists and other weirdos. This really needs to be understood. When Don Black, past Grand Wizard of the Ku Klux Klan and creator of the white power website Stormfront, endorses Ron Paul he does it for a reason. Ron Paul hits all the important bullet points of paleoconservatism and the racists come running.

Ron Paul hates Israel for a reason. It’s hidden in his polluted ideology, but where he keeps his mouth shut about it (though exposes some of it in his newsletters).

Conspiracies

The most interesting part about Paul is that he believes in a lot of whacko things and that makes me extra vigilant against him. One thing is having genuine political beliefs that I just flat out disagree with and another thing is complete crazy stuff that isn’t based in reality.

There are many different conspiracies expressed in the newsletters that he made from 1984-1995. I would like to keep these to a minimum because I’ve shared a lot of it on my newsletters page.

9/11 Conspiracy

There are many 9/11 conspiracy theories and I’m not exactly sure what Ron Paul believes. What I do know is he thinks the government has covered up something and is lying to the American people. Whatever that is supposed to mean.

January 7, 2007: Paul on the conspiracy theory radio show put on by Alex Jones. When he received a caller:

CALLER: I want a complete, impartial, and totally independent investigation of the events of September 11, 2001 . I’m tired of this bogus garbage about terrorism. Ask Michael Meacher about how he feels about this bogus war on terrorism. Can you comment on that please? RON PAUL: Well, that would be nice to have. Unfortunately, we don’t have that in place. It will be a little bit better now with the Democrats now in charge of oversight. But you know, for top level policy there’s not a whole lot of difference between the two policies so a real investigation isn’t going to happen. But I think we have to keep pushing for it. And like you and others, we see the investigations that have been done so far as more or less cover-up and no real explanation of what went on[5].

February 2007: Here’s what Paul had to say when asked a question by the Student Scholars for 9/11 Truth and stating he questions the official 9/11 story.

Well, I never automatically trust anything the government does when they do an investigation because too often I think there’s an area that the government covered up, whether it’s the Kennedy assassination or whatever[6].

June 16, 2007: Ron Paul at Sky Harbor International Airport while surrounded by supporters, after asked about investing 9/11, said,

Government investigations aren’t all that reliable. You know shudder repetition, when they look at Waco, and Ruby Ridge, and assassinations or 9/11, they’re cover-ups

October 7, 2007: Paul while on speaking with Steve Gill on the radio

Steve Gill: ….Do you think the American government, the U.S. government, had anything to do with bringing those towers down either directly or allowing it to happen? Ron Paul: I think indirectly out of ineptness rather than participating in it, planning it or allowing it to happen. […] But you know, the neocons were very explicit even before 9/11 that it would be an advantage if they had a Pearl Harbor type of an event…

June 19, 2008: Paul being asked on Alex Jones conspiracy movie EndGame.

I have NOT Accepted the 9/11 Investigation.[8]

July 19, 2009: Ron Paul surrounded by supporters is asked why he doesn’t come out with the truth about 9/11,

Because I cant handle the controversy, I have the IMF and federal reserve to deal with. I have too many things on my plate.[9]

Conclusion: I think the evidence, based on his public record, is that he doesn’t believe that it’s an inside job or that this was setup by the government. He does believe in the conspiracy that the government is covering it up. It is also certain that he likes to conspiracy-bait for his supporters. The idea here is that you’ll get much more inside job-ish comments from supporters and he’ll chose his words carefully, giving them enough ‘bait’ to make it seem like he’s with them.

CIA Coup of America – CIA Runs Everything

Speaking at a Campaign for Liberty Regional Conference in Atlanta, on January 15, 2010, Ron Paul stated the following:

There’s been a coup, have you heard? It’s the CIA coup. The CIA runs everything, they run the military. They’re the ones who are over there lobbing missiles and bombs on countries. … And of course the CIA is every bit as secretive as the Federal Reserve. … And yet think of the harm they have done since they were established [after] World War II. They are a government unto themselves. They’re in businesses, in drug businesses, they take out dictators … We need to take out the CIA[10].

NAFTA Super Highway Conspiracy

This is a really simple conspiracy. The idea is that there is a planned “super highway” that wants to be built from Mexico, through the United States to Canada. This “super highway” would be used to help transfer goods easily across the borders that signed into NAFTA (Canada, United States and Mexico). This conspiracy mainly comes from the right wing anti-NAFTA group and the main argument against is that this highway will result in some loss of sovereignty of the United States. And also that this linking of a “super highway” is a step in the direction of a North American government (similar to the EU) and this is a stepping stone to one world government.

Ron Paul has discussed this extensively at Lew Rockwell’s website. Let me quote the most troubling part:

The ultimate goal is not simply a superhighway, but an integrated North American Union — complete with a currency, a cross-national bureaucracy, and virtually borderless travel within the Union. Like the European Union, a North American Union would represent another step toward the abolition of national sovereignty altogether.

I don’t want to turn this page into a big conspiracy debunk because that’s not the intention, but this isn’t an even remotely real idea. There is no “super highway” planned[11]. In case Paul isn’t already aware. There are highways and roads that extend from Mexico, through the United States to Canada already.

Kennedy Assassination Conspiracy

A classic and very understood conspiracy. The idea is that Lee Harvey Oswald didn’t actually do it and was just a patsy. Someone else did it, maybe in the Grassy Knoll. The motive being the elitists/bankers upset with Kennedy.

…too often I think there’s an area that the government covered up, whether it’s the Kennedy assassination or whatever[12].

Ron Paul’s Vaccination Conspiracy

Yes it appears that Paul has bought into the WooWoo that Jenny McCarthy is apparently selling. It would appear that his fears aren’t based on autism, but on the government out to get people. Well let’s hear what Ron Paul has to say about this subject:

I think Persian Gulf War syndrome is related to vaccines[13]

Ron Paul FEMA Camp Conspiracy

Another classic conspiracy that is parroted by the likes of Alex Jones and now even Ron Paul. If you’re unfamiliar with the conspiracy it is essentially detention camps (concentration camps) being setup by the government to enslave the population. This could be to detain political opposition, re-education of people, whatever. All very crazy.

When Ron Paul was asked about it he said"

They [the Government] are setting up the stages for violence in this country[14].

Ron Paul and Ronald Reagan

If you’re a conservative or someone interested in Republican politics, you probably came across pretty nice quotes of Ronald Reagan speaking about Ron Paul. The big reason for this is that Ron Paul was part of the original Republicans that wanted to see Reagan seek the Republican Nomination. And at that time Reagan wasn’t that popular among Republicans. So of course you would see nice happy quotes like this,

Ron Paul is one of the outstanding leaders fighting for a stronger national defense. As a former Air Force officer, he knows well the needs of our armed forces, and he always puts them first. We need to keep him fighting for our country.

FactCheck.org tried to actually find proof about whether Reagan actually made this “endorsement”. According to their site, they have found no proof or documentation. They have asked the Paul Campaign (which champions this quote) for proof and they have yet to provide anything.This quote alone is fine and good for Ron Paul, but if you’re unfamiliar with the situation you’re being mislead. Really the only reason the campaign and PaulPACS use this quote is that they’re trying to get Reagan like voters to vote for him even though Paul is a completely different ideology. Though Paul supported Reagan starting out with the Republicans he grew to hate him and hate his politics. So why would you proudly place an endorsement of someone you don’t like? Unless you’re a manipulative politician that would say or do anything for a vote. Here are some of the things Ron Paul has said about Ronald Reagan,

Boy, it sure burns me to have a national holiday for that pro-communist philanderer Martin Luther King. I voted against this outrage time and time again as a Congressman. What an infamy that Ronald Reagan approved it! We can thank him for our annual Hate Whitey Day(February 1990 Newsletter)).

I want to totally disassociate myself from the policies that have given us unprecedented deficits, massive monetary inflation, indiscriminate military spending, an irrational and unconstitutional foreign policy, zooming foreign aid, the exaltation of international banking, and the attack on our personal liberties and privacy. There is no credibility left for the Republican Party as a force to reduce the size of government. That is the message of the Reagan years(Letter to the Republican Party).

The American people have never reached this point of disgust with politicians before. I want to totally disassociate myself from the Reagan Administration[17].

It doesn’t sound like Ron Paul really liked Reagan or his policies as the President of the United States. Even though there doesn’t seem to be any evidence of the Reagan endorsement, and unverifiable now that Reagan has passed away, why would Ron Paul proudly display the endorsement of a person that he quit the Republican Party over?

Ron Paul Doesn’t Believe in Evolution

This should come as no surprise that Paul doesn’t believe in evolution. He is in fact a creationist[18].

Ron Paul is Homophobic

I think you can get a very reasonable view of a person when they’re caught, like a deer in the headlights, and all they can do is fall back to their deep down beliefs. The classic scene from Bruno with Ron Paul. “This guy is a queer.” This is the type of unsettling startling words that come out in the heat of the moment. He’s queer. Better run.

This isn’t Paul’s first time you’d see this type of comment. A simple look at this newsletters will show a few extra items.

I miss the closet. Homosexuals, not to speak of the rest of society, were far better off when social pressure forced them to hide their activities. They could also not be as promiscuous. Is it any coincidence that the AIDS epidemic developed after they came ‘out of the closet,’ and started hyper-promiscuous sodomy? I don’t believe so, medically or morally (Political Report – June 1990).

And there is more…

The largest blood bank in San Francisco succumbed to political pressure and holds blood drives in the gay Castro district; where the people give at three times the usual level. Either they are public spirited, or they are trying to poison the blood supply (Political Report – June 1990).

And…

A well-known libertarian editor told me: ‘The ACT-UP slogan on stickers plastered all over Manhattan is ‘Silence=Death.’ But shouldn’t it be Sodomy = Death’? (January 1990 Newsletter)

And…

Gays in San Francisco do not obey the dictates of good sense. […] [T]hese men don’t really see a reason to live past their fifties. They are not married, they have no children, and their lives are centered on new sexual partners. […] They enjoy the attention and pity that comes with being sick. Put it all together, and you’ve got another wave of AIDS infections, that you, dear taxpayer, will be asked to pay for.(“Survival Report” – January 1994)

And…

A whole political movement has been created and sustained on a single notion: homosexual sodomy(Political Report – December 1989)

And…

The average homosexual has 1000 or more partners in a lifetime and the average homosexual has only one sexual encounter per partner and never sees the person again after that encounter. (Political Report – December 1989)

There is more to the story that I have to share. Ron Paul also voted YES on an amendment that bans gay adoption. Like I mentioned above, Paul uses the constitution as a weapon for his real views by saying it’s state rights (I mentioned this above in the ideology section. Well, adoption isn’t in the constitution. According to his own political rhetoric he should have abstained as this would fall into state rights in his view. But he just couldn’t help himself because this was about homosexuality.

Ron Paul’s Newsletters

I start off stating that we do have a collection of some of these newsletters that you can view and make your own judgments on. There has been a lot of great commentary on the Ron Paul newsletters that myself and many other great people have written. I do have my own newsletters page where I have a collection of newsletters for you to read first hand. I’ve also given each article specific keywords and broke out quotes that I found to be on the disturbing side.

I will try to keep the conversation to a minimum and discuss three questions: Did Ron Paul know what was being published under his name? Even if he didn’t write the content, how much did he profit from it? And finally, who may be the key players who did write it?

Did Ron Paul Know What Was Published Under His Name?

Well this is a hard one to answer because no one really knows how oblivious a person can be when it comes to things. I would like to throw out that this was a for-profit venture[28] that he started, so he at least knew what type of business he was starting and what his target audience was going to be. Paul was also the President of this organization[29].

So far we’ve established that Ron Paul had enough interest and knowledge about the newsletters to start a corporation. He was the President and Director of the company. He also aligned the board with his relatives and his long time friend (ideological equivalent) Lew Rockwell.

The newsletters that were sent out were written in first person and signed by Ron Paul. Often these letters would reference Paul’s hometown, the fact that he’s a doctor, etc to really emphasize that he was the one writing the letters. Such example passage would read “even in my little town of Lake Jackson, Texas.”

Lastly and the more interesting part of the newsletters is the timeline of events. A lot of people seem to think that the newsletter story came out in 2007. At the time, Paul said he didn’t write them, he didn’t read them, he doesn’t know who wrote them and he has taken ‘moral responsibility‘ for them. In 1996, was the first time the newsletters came to light and Paul had a much different tune to sing at the time. The excuse this time was that this was his newsletter and that the words were being taken out of context.[30] You can even see him on television in 1995 promoting his newsletters. “I also put out a political, type of business, newsletter.”

Conclusion: Ron Paul formed a for-profit corporation to distribute his newsletters. He filled the board with his family and friend, including Ron himself. The letters distributed were written in the first person and referenced aspects of Paul’s life and profession. In 1996, Paul defended his newsletters as merely being taken out of context. During his run in the Republican Primary, a more important election, did he say that he didn’t write them, didn’t read them, doesn’t know anything about them, and doesn’t know who wrote them.

Can anyone really tell whether he wrote them? No. The evidence suggested that he was certainly responsible for it. He lined the board with his family and friend. The narrative seemed to be okay with all the other parties involved (family and friend). No one raised concerns to Paul about the content of the letters. It is possible that his family is racist, his friends are racist, the people getting the letters were racists, and Ron is completely innocent in all of this, but that is really hard to believe.

How Much Did Ron Paul Profit From The Newsletters?

In 1984, Paul had a failed run at Congress that left him in debt according to the Washington Post. Before the creation of the Ron Paul and Associates, Inc newsletter company he had $765,000 in debt. By the time that 1995 rolled around, after which some of the most racist, homophobic and provocative conspiracy content was produced, his net worth was listed at 3.3 million with most of his debt wiped out [31]. Large holdings were reported such as Ron Paul and Associates, Inc. $100,000-$250,000. Carona Limited, 100,000-250,000, American Barrick, 100,000-250,000. When you take a look at the mass of owned assets it amounts to roughly 3.3 million in value. Declared (working) income during this time is $51,000 with a $1133 auto allowance for Ron Paul and Associates, Inc[32].

According to Opensecrets.org, which obtains legal financial documents on politicians, as of 2012 Ron Paul’s net worth is roughly $5.7 million. It might be a little unfair to use the 2012 as the comparison date, so I also looked at his Financial Disclosure statement from 2001 and his net worth is roughly a few million. I can’t give you an exact number because the declaration process only requires a person to disclose within specific ranges.

Conclusion: The question becomes whether Ron Paul profited from it. Well the real answer is yes he did. It was a real business that made money and paid him. Paul had other business ventures going on, that could be attributed to his growth in assets. In the mid-90s the requirements of the Financial Disclosure statements contained information on earned income, which only showed income as a working doctor, Ron Paul and Associates Inc. and Ron Paul and Associates Inc. auto allowance (aside from other investment type incomes such as dividends, or interest income). After 1996 Paul no longer reported an income (working) over two hundred, so had nothing to disclose. During the disclosures Ron Paul and Associates, Inc. was always valued between $100,000-$250,000. Sometime between 1996-1997 the assets of this corporation dropped substantially and the company was listed as inactive on the disclosure.

It’s hard to say where the money went within the newsletter corporation. Unfortunately the financial disclosure was only for Ron Paul and wouldn’t look as deep into the actual corporate entities and how the money moved around.

Who Could Have Wrote The Newsletters?

This is often the more important question for a lot of people. I’d first like to state that most rational people and myself included really don’t believe Ron Paul wrote every single word of these newsletters. It’s highly unlikely for the amount of money coming in and the ease of being able to work with ghost writers. For me, who wrote it is less of the point. For me, it’s he opened a corporation for this, staffed it with specific people and issued it under his name. For this reason he owns the content and the responsibility of it forever. There is no valid excuse to blame someone else. I’ll also point out that just because you didn’t write it, doesn’t mean you didn’t read it, approve of it, or request this type of content.

The most commonly sourced person to have been in charge of writing/editing was Lew Rockwell[33][34]. Rockwell was described by two people with direct knowledge of the business claimed he wrote some of the racist content[35].

For me, without a doubt, Rockwell probably wrote some of the more outspoken racist, homophobic and conspiracy based content. Did he write it all? No one will ever know. It’s truly hard to pin it on him because simply because it wasn’t published under his name, nor his business or anything like that. Are other people involved? Who knows? Ron Paul has decided to remain quiet and won’t at least put the evidence out there for people to figure out.

A big reason for not throwing Rockwell under the bus is that their pasts are too intertwined. Ron Paul and Lew Rockwell have worked together for a long time and are ideological equals. He worked as Paul’s congressional chief of staff, consulted on Paul’s Libertarian Presidential run. It wouldn’t have helped to throw Rockwell under the bus because the questions it would have generated. “So why would you hire your friend, the racist? Why would you employee your racist friend at your newsletter business, give him free reign to publish things under your name and the whole time you put your head in the ground.”

According to Renae Hathway, a former secretary of the corporation, she described Paul as a “hands-on boss”[36]. Former Paul aid Eric Dondero Rittberg said, “the real big money came from some of the that racially tinged stuff, but he also had to keep his libertarian supporters, and they weren’t at all comfortable with that[37]. The libertarian magazine Reason has said, “Rockwell and the prominent libertarian theorist Murray Rothbard championed an open strategy of exploiting racial and class resentment to build a coalition with populist “paleoconservatives,” producing a flurry of articles and manifestos whose racially charged talking points and vocabulary mirrored the controversial Paul newsletters recently unearthed by The New Republic.[38]

Conclusion: It’s hard to say who exactly wrote the content of the articles. One of the big suspects to writing some of the content is Lew Rockwell, though he has denied it. A former secretary with the newsletter described Paul as a “hands-on boss”. Another political Paul aid described the racially charged content as a way to earn more money.

We’ll never know who wrote the articles unless Ron Paul tells us and distributes the evidence. It’s pretty clear that he created the business, he employed the people in the business, allowed these people to write under his name, he profited from, he defended it when first caught, so it seems the only responsible person is Ron Paul.


Ron Paul Newsletters

I can’t take any credit for the newsletters that have been put up on the internet. There are a lot of great people out there that have taken the time to scan them and put them up. There are others that compile them for access. I want to have a nice list of them, so the public can easily access and read them. This is something I hope to accomplish with this page. The newsletters that have been released about Ron Paul are often stripped down to the main racist, homophobic, crazy, conspiracy theory stuff. I’m looking for as much as possible on the subject, so that everyone can see it all. If you can contribute more to this site please leave a comment below.

I would like to thank the original site that first brought light to this. The New Republic had a story titled Angry White Men and brought the newsletters to life.

I’ll give you the a simple run down of Ron Paul’s explanation of his side of the story. Ron Paul’s opponent in 1996 first brought up the newsletters to try and show him as an extremist. At the time Paul didn’t deny he had written them, but that they were being taken “out of context”. Later Paul changed his excuse and said that it was a ghost writer that was behind it. He said he rarely ever read the newsletters that went out, though this newsletter business earned an estimated $940,000. Even if you believe Ron Paul didn’t write the letters, he sure did profit from it.

Ron Paul and Associates, Inc Corporate Information

Board Members Ron Paul (President, Director) Lew Rockwell (Vice President, Director) Lori Pyeatt [Paul’s Daughter] (Treasurer) C.W. Paul [Paul’s Wife] (Secretary, Director)

Newsletter Breakout

Dr. Ron Paul’s Freedom Report – April 1978

Keywords: Trilateral Commission

The Trilateral Commission is no longer known only by those who are knowledgeable about international conspiracies, but is routinely mentioned in the daily news. […] Jimmy Carter’s membership in the Trilateral Commission is hardly a coincidence.

I believe, in reality, the [Panama] Canal is now “owned” by fascist-oriented, international banking and business interests and is merely managed by the Marxist-oriented Torrijos dictatorship, with the bills being paid by the American Taxpayers.

Dr. Ron Paul’s Freedom Report – May 1979

Keywords: Nuclear Power

There was on interesting coincidence at Three Mile Island. In the summer of 1978, a leftist Harrisburg magazine – funded by a Federal grant – published a fictional article about a series of accidents at Three Mile Island, culminating in a melt-down. The melt-down didn’t occur, of course, but the other parts of the story were similar to actual events. In the article, the problem began on March 28th. And the real incident started on — March 25th.

Dr. Ron Paul’s Freedom Report – August 1983

Keywords: IRS, FDA

I.R.S. tactics become more gestapo-like every year. […] A recent story tells of how the I.R.S., in capturing a tax rebel, attacked his residence with a U.S. Army tank and finally burned him to death without a serious attempt at capturing him. Government officials shot to death a man who was determined to provide education in his home and not send his children to public school.

Ron Paul for US Senate – April 1984

Keywords: Rockefeller, Kissinger

The media will tell you that the Kissinger-Rockefeller forces have faded away. But I know that isn’t true, because they’re working like the dickens to keep me out of the U.S. Senate.

Normally, the minions of Kissinger and Rockefeller don’t intervene in the Republican primaries. They’re too busy scheming to put your tax dollars in their wallets, through the IMF, the World Bank, and foreign aid. But this race is different. In polo clubs and bank boardrooms, those who want to keep big business in bed with big government have set their goal for 1984 – “get Ron Paul out of Washington.”

The Ron Paul Investment Newsletter – December 1986

Keywords: Rockefellers, Trilateral Commission

“Conservatives” Join Trilateral Commission

The Ron Paul Political Report – January 1988

Keywords: AIDS, Government Experimentation

AIDS: Something else we can thank the government for? […] Dr. Douglass believes that AIDS is a deliberately engineered hyprid of these two animal viruses cultured in human tissue, and he blames World Health Organization experimentation at Ft. Detrick, Maryland.

Ft. Detrick is one of the centers of biological warfare research, where federal scientists are engaged in deliberately manufacturing deadly diseases for World War III. Could they have produced AIDS? Could the government have experimented with it in the civilian population […] and had things get out of control. I don’t know, but these sure are interesting questions.

The Ron Paul Investment Letter – April 1988

Keywords: IRS, Foreclosures Nothing worth quoting.

The Ron Paul Investment Letter – May 1988

Keywords: Federal Reserve, Bonds, Gary Allen, New World Order

The late Gary Allen–author of “None Dare Call it Conspiracy” and many other important works–knew he didn’t have long to live. He had never put money first, so to leave his widow–and us–a legacy, he used his last few months to finish “Say No to the New World Order.”

Courageous, principled, and scholarly, this important book on the banksters and world government exemplifies Gary.

The Ron Paul Political Report – September 1988

Keywords: Rockefeller, Trilateral Commission, Council on Foreign Relations, World Government, Isolationism, World Bank, International Monetary Fund

What some critics see as a vast international conspiracy, he [David Rockefeller] considers a circumstance of life and just another day’s work.

It [The Council on Foreign Relations] schemed the entry of the U.S. into World War II, and planned such postwar international economic initiatives as the Marshall Plan, the World Bank, and the International Monetary Fund–all of which benefited the power elite.

The Ron Paul Political Report – April 1989

Keywords: David Duke

That’s also the explanation for all the attention focused on Louisiana Republican Legislator David Duke. He holds some positions that free-market people agree with (taxes, quotas, foreign aid, etc) but he is also an adherent of the violent philosophy of the KKK. So he was a perfect target for liberals.

The Ron Paul Political Report – November 1989

Keywords: Bohemian Grove, Rockefeller, Gay Sex, USS Liberty Conspiracy, Israel

Indeed, there’s sex at the Grove: female prostitutes outside the camp (and inside, in the past years, we’re told) and–says Weiss–a young man on his own gets “frequent invitations from gay Bohemians.”

A former president of the club complained that Americans saw the secret enclave as “a gathering and decision-making place for national and international power-brokers.” That is, of course, an excellent one-sentence description.

When Weiss met Reagan, he asked him if an old story was true. At the 1967 encampment, had it been arranged that he, the new governor, would not directly challenge Nixon for the Republican nomination in 1968? “Yes, yes, that’s true” Regan replied in the famous furry voice.

This is the first memorial to the 34 ead and 171 wounded American sailors from the “Liberty”, which was deliberately assaulted by Israeli torpedo, rocket and machine gun fire in 1967 to disguise Israel’s sneak attack on Syria. […] Not one of the survivors, not one U.S. official (at least when talking off the record), doubts the attack was deliberate.

Congressman Barney Frank (D-MA) said that if he were drummed out of the House, he would take many others with him, including five Republicans he says are closet homosexuals.

The Ron Paul Political Report – December 1989

Keywords: Racial Terrorism, AIDS, Homosexuals, Sodomy

“Needlin”, a new form of racial terrorism, has struck New York City streets on the tony Upper West Side. At least 39 white woman have been stuck with used hypodermic needles — perhaps infected with AIDS — by gans of black girls between the ages of 12 and 14.

To be white in Washington, however, is to experience a culture that is anti-white and proud of it. Radio stations urge listeners not to shop in white (or Asian) owned stores. Ministers lead anti-white and anti-Asian boycotts. Professors teach that whites are committing genocide against blacks and invented crack and AIDS as part of The Plan.

On the streets […] black crime against whites is the norm, with some of it even justified as “fighting the power.”

Koop also criticized doctors who worried about the dangers of operating on AIDS patients, although surgeons can get doused in blood, their gloves and skin are often punctured, and the Hippocratic Oath is not a suicide pact. Meanwhile, Koop promoted vastly higher federal spending on AIDS, already a porkbarrel.

The average homosexual has 1000 or more partners in a lifetime, and the average homosexual has only one sexual encounter per partner and never sees the person again after that encounter.

For political reasons it was changed to AIDS. “A whole political movement has been created and sustained on a single notion: homosexual sodomy.”

The Ron Paul Political Report – January 1990

Keywords: AIDS, Homosexual Lobby, Sodomy

A well-known Libertarian editor just back from New York told me: “The ACT-UP [The Aids Coalition To Unleash Power] slogan, on stickers plastered all over Manhattan, is ‘Silence = Death.’ But shouldn’t it be ‘Sodomy = Death’?”

The Ron Paul Political Report – March 1990

Keywords: Homosexuality, Sodomy, Definition of Marriage

CBS forced him into an apologetic interview with “The Advocate”, a homosexual magazine filled with classified ads for pervert prostitutes. The reporter–who certainly had an axe to grind, and that’s not easy with a limp wrist.

The liberals promised us release from guilt, points out Murray N. Rothbard of the Ludwig von Mises Institute, and they did abolish sexual guilt (and gave us widespread sodomy, AIDS, promiscuity, illegitimacy, and abortion in the bargain).

Natural law proves that sexuality ought to be restricted to marriage (between a man and a woman, I guess I have to say these days.) Approval of anything else means societal disintegration. No wonder America is falling apart morally.

May 1990 (or February 1990)

Keywords: Race War, Religion

Black leaders sure are radical in this country.

The Ron Paul Political Report – June 1990

Keywords: Homosexuals, AIDS, Sodomy

I miss the closet. Homosexuals, not to speak of the rest of society, were far better off when social pressure forced them to hide their activities. They could also not be as promiscuous. Is it any coincidence that the AIDS epidemic developed after they came ‘out of the closet,’ and started hyper-promiscuous sodomy? I don’t believe so, medically or morally.

The largest blood bank in San Francisco succumbed to political pressure and holds blood drives in the gay Castro district; where the people give at three times the usual level. Either they are public spirited, or they are trying to poison the blood supply.

The Ron Paul Political Report – July 1990

Keywords: Police State, Homosexuality Nothing worth quoting

The Ron Paul Political Report – October 1990

Keywords: Gary Allen (Conspiracy Theorist), AIDS, Racism, New World Order, Trilateral Commission, CFR

He [Gary Allen] died in 1987, so he wasn’t able to witness Trilateralist Bush and Soviet President Gorbachev jointly calling for a “New World Order.” But he knew it would happen.

In 1986, in his last book before an early death, Gary [Allen] urged us to “Say No to the New World Order.” He was a great man, and the prophet of our age. Gary, we miss you.

A mob of black demonstrators, led by the “Rev.” Al Sharpton, occupied and closed the Statue of Liberty recently, demanding that New York be renamed Martin Luther King City “to reclaim it for our people.” Hmmm. I hate to agree with Rev. Al, but maybe a name change is in order. Welfaria? Zooville? Rapetown? Dirtburg? Lazyopolis? But Al, the Statue of Liberty? Next time, hold that demonstration at a food stamp bureau or a crack house.

There is a rather large chunk of text on dealing with people with AIDS. It’s full of misinformation and flat out fear-mongering.

The Ron Paul Political Report – November 1990

Keywords: David Duke, Racism, New World Order

David Duke received 44% of the vote in the Senate primary race in Louisiana, 60% of the white vote and 9% of the black vote!. This totaled 100,000 more votes that the current governor when he won.

Duke lost the election, but he scared the blazes out of the Establishment. If the official Republican hadn’t been ordered to drop out, he might have won. Certainly there would have been a run-off.

Duke’s platform called for tax cuts, no quotas, no affirmative action, no welfare, and no busing.

The Ron Paul Political Report – December 1990

Keywords: Martin Luther King, Condoms in School, AIDS

King, the FBI files show, was not only a world-class adulterer, he also seduced underage girls and boys. The Rev. Ralph David Abernathy revealed before his death that King had made a pass at him many years before.

Kids growing up in today’s hyper-sexual atmosphere believe the safe sex propaganda that condoms prevent AIDS. The only safe sex, medically and morally, is that between husband and wife.

The Ron Paul Political Report – January 1991

Keywords: Martin Luther King

[A rather long rant on King proceeded this.]

Who could have known the danger would continue after his death and threaten to strangle our culture?

The Ron Paul Political Report – February 1991

Keywords: Martin Luther King, Federal Reserve, Race Riots

In January 1990, I predicted major race riots before this decade ends. I may have to move up my timetable!

We know that King was a Marxist and a world-class adulterer. But there is yet another charge […] documented on tape: a sexual relationship between King and his fellow Christian minister, Ralph David Abernathy.

Rothbard Rockwell Report – January 1992

Keywords: Pat Buchanan

*Newsletter not written by Ron Paul, Written by Associates of ‘Ron Paul & Associates, Inc.’

One might well ask: what about Ron Paul? In November, we called for Ron Paul to enter the Republican primaries, and we joined an exploratory committee to test the waters for the race. […] Ron was determined that Bush would not go unchallenged, but he was not anxious for personal reasons to make the race. When Pat [Buchanan] phoned him, without hesitation, Ron welcomed Pat’s entry into the race, and pledged his support to the Buchanan effort.</poem

The Ron Paul Political Report – January 1992

Keywords: Pat Buchanan

Pat is less committed to free trade than I am, but we share so much in common that this can be worked through.

The Ron Paul Investment Letter – February 1992

Keywords: Monetary Policy, Economic Collapse Survival Techniques

In the December letter, I described the huge, secret network of emergency regulations that the president can invoke at any time to suspend the Constitution and the Bill of Rights.

The Ron Paul Political Report – Special Issue on Racial Terrorism – June 1992

Keywords: Racism, LA Riots, Rodney King

Order was only restored in LA when it came time for the blacks to pick up their welfare checks three days after rioting began…What if the checks had never arrived? No doubt the blacks would have fully privatized the welfare state through continued looting. But they were paid off and the violence subsided.

Many more are going to have difficulty avoiding the belief that our country is being destroyed by a group of actual and potential terrorists–and they can be identified by the color of their skin. This conclusion may not be entirely fair, but it is, for many, entirely unavoidable.

Opinion polls consistently show that only about 5% of blacks have sensible political opinions.

“Two looters entered my store; one left.” These Korean immigrants were the only people to act like real Americans, mainly because they have not yet been assimilated into our rotten liberal culture, which admonishes whites face by raging blacks to lie back and think of England.

Not long after this incident, King was found trying to pick up a transvestite prostitute…

Why did the ghetto youths so furiously rage together? Was it because they have been neglected? Hardly. Welfare has transferred $2.5 trillion from white middle-class taxpayers to welfare programs in the last 30 years. And if we adjust that figure for 1992 dollars, the total is more like $7 trillion.

The Ron Paul Political Report – July 1992

Keywords: Perot, Racism, Bill Clinton Nothing worth quoting.

The Ron Paul Political Report – October 1992

Keywords: Youth Crime

…even in my little town of Lake Jackson, Texas, I’ve urged everyone in my family to know how to use a gun in self defense. For the animals are coming.

The Ron Paul Political Report – November 1992

Keywords: Condoms, Sexual Education

A rally at a high school in Galveston, Texas, organized by the students, protested the policy of passing out condoms at school. The 18-year old student who led the rally correctly call this a “moral issue.” The student pointed out that sex between minors under 17 is still a felony. Another speaker told the principal, “if you give kids condoms, you are [guilty of] a sex crime on a child.”

The Ron Paul Survival Report – January 1993

Keywords: Race, Demographics

Headline: The Disappearing White Majority

I know it is considered impolite to worry about this trend. We are all the same under the skin, the argument goes. Whatever the truth of that assertion, it is an empirical fact that in a mixed-economy democracy, nearly every racial and ethnic group votes its group interest except the white population.

The youth culture is already driven by ghetto music and ghetto values. Just look at the clothing young people wear today (baggy jeans, backwards hats, high-top sneakers) and the music they listen to (which has a thumping beat once heard only on safari). And the sexual ethics of our youth are also degenerating to the level of the ghetto.

The Ron Paul Survival Report – March 1993

Keywords: Bill Clinton

Headline: Clinton’s Illegitimate Children

The Ron Paul Survival Report – April 1993

Keywords: World Trade Center Bombing, Israel, Mossad

It was only a few days after the World Trade Center bombing before Mohammed A. Salameh was arrested. Is he guilty? Who knows? Some people think this is a frameup by anti-Arab interests. Recall that shortly after the Kennedy assassination, Lee Harvey Oswald was apprehended and accusations were made. We’re still sorting that one out. […] Whether it was a setup by the Israeli Mossad, as a Jewish friend of mine suspects, or was truly a retaliation by the Islamic fundamentalists, matters little.

The Ron Paul Strategy Guide – How to Protect Yourself Against Urban Violence – 1993

Keywords: Economic Armageddon, Race Riots No quotes: Author listed as James B. Powell. Newsletter title “The Ron Paul Strategy Guide”

The Ron Paul Survival Report – January 1994

Keywords: AIDS, Council on Foreign Relations (CFR), Anti-Defamation League (ADL)

Evidence indicated the ADL monitored such groups as the Davidians in Waco, and may have helped instigate the attack.

Well, gays in San Francisco do not obey the dictates of good sense. They have stopped practicing “safe sex.” The rate of AIDS infection is on the increase again. From the gay point of view, […] these men don’t really see a reason to live past their fifties. They’re not married, they have no children and their lives are centered on new sexual partners. […] because sex is the center of their lives, they want it to be as pleasurable as possible, which means unprotected sex. […] they enjoy the attention and pity that comes with being sick. Put it all together, and you’ve got another wave of AIDS infections, that you, dear taxpayer, will be asked to pay for.

The Ron Paul Survival Report – September 1994

Keywords: AIDS, Condoms

Those who don’t commit sodomy, who don’t get a blood transfusion, and who don’t swap needles, are virtually assured of not getting AIDS unless they are deliberately infected by a malicious gay.

In the news recently was the tragic case of an infant getting AIDS from another infant in a hospital. In addition to being further proof that AIDS carriers should not be mixed with regular patients, let alone healthy babies, the disease was apparently transmitted by infected blood.

The Ron Paul Survival Report – November 1994

Keywords: Militias, Gold

In fact, I suspect that many of these movements are already experiencing government infiltration of their ranks. These are the times that try men’s souls. So if you belong to one of these groups, be careful not to let down your guard too easily if at all. Expel the FBI or BATF secret agent who counsels violence (one way you can tell the feds from the Americans).

If people form their own communities of internal protection, the central state becomes an even more obvious parasite. It is an encouraging sign that the end of government as we know it may be near.

The Ron Paul Survival Report – May 1995

Keywords: Ron Paul’s Work in Congress, One World Government, Bailouts

We must also battle the Establishment forces that would use the coming chaos to establish a fascist state and a one-world government. We are Americans, first, last and always.

The Ron Paul Survival Report – September 1995

Keywords: Foreign Troops in America, World Government, New World Order

The paper said: “Some may have heard rumors that Fort Polk is under U.N. Command or part of some One World Order plot. It’s not true!” O.K. I guess we should now forget about the whole issue.

The Ron Paul Survival Report – May 1996

Keywords: Bosnia, The World Bank, NATO, UN, New World Order

Tax dollars are the foundation of the New World Order, the international equivalent of the domestic welfare state.

The Ron Paul Survival Report – June 1996

Keywords: UN, BATF Nothing worth quoting.

A Personal Letter by Ron Paul – No Date

Keywords: Personally Signed “On Sale” Letter

Dear Supporter,

As a special thank you, if you subscribe before the Presidential Convention on September 5, you may have my newsletter for an unprecedented 50% off ($49.50)!

Ron

The Ron Paul Investment Letter – No Date

Keywords: Gold This is just a buy gold newsletter.


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