expose of the Neo Nazi Ron Paul
That's a bit out of context... My previous posts cover that ground well enough, I have no interest in repeating myself: http://groups.google.com/group/alt.arts.poetr...
Not at all, "Truth", or whatever name you're hiding behind today,
you're either confused or lying... again. What happened was I *asked*
you if you were Anti-Semitic, since you were using the main codewords
the White Supremicists and Neo-Nazis use when negatively smearing
Israel and the Jewish people.
And since you used them in reference and praise of Ron Paul, it made
me wonder if he actually *did* support such racist and Anti-Semitic
views. Here's the original post: http://www.topix.net/forum/city/columbus-ga/T...
Well, I didn't know about it until one of his supporters posted
statements in support of Ron Paul that used standard Anti-Semitic
codewords, which tipped me off to do a little research.
It didn't take any time to find that from the depths of Ron Paul's
decades-long connections with such groups, that's highly possible that he in fact agrees with their racist and Anti-Semitic agendas?
Well, Paul has repeatedly stated as much in so many words.
Here's how I came across the disturbing details of Ron Paul's White
Supremist/Neo-Nazi supporters and connections. When the anonymous poster I call the "Ron Paul groupie" made a post a
while back with some of the main Anti-Semitic codewords used by Neo-
Nazis and their ilk in his promotion of Ron Paul, I asked if Ron Paul
is also Anti-Semitic or if this poster was just projecting his own
obvious Anti-Semitism on Paul... and a few days later, the answer is
plastered all over the media. The signs are that Ron Paul actually has friendships with the racists, Neo-Nazis and KKK members:
"According to these messages, Ron Paul has regularly met with many members, even engaging in conference calls with their board of
directors. It also claims that Paul received financial support from
other white power groups, such as the online hate forum Stormfront,
founded by Don Black, a white supremacist. There is even a photograph
of Paul with Black, a former Grand Wizard of the Ku Klux Klan and a
current member of the American Nazi Party. Paul allegedly refused to
return donations from Black and Stormfront. Black told The New York
Times that Paul's newsletter had inspired him to become a
And they certainly claim him to be a friend, as the one here quoted
"Ron Paul is a white nationalist of the Stormfront type who has always
kept his racial views and his views about world Judaism quiet because
of his political position [...] "Both Congressman Paul and his aides
regularly meet with members of the Stormfront set, American
Renaissance, the Institute for Historic Review, and others at the Tara
Thai restaurant in Arlington, Virginia, usually on Wednesdays. I have
attended these dinners, seen Paul and his aides there, and been
invited to his offices in Washington to discuss policy." -Bill White,
neo-Nazi group the National Socialist Movement
There's more, but that was my first eye-opening revelation that Ron
Paul definitely doesn't look like my idea of a very good President.
> There's always a danger of libertarian groups going that way -- see,
> for example, Liberty Lobby =A0and, up here, the Canadian League of
> Rights; and there are some signs the Tea Party might be headed in the same direction -- though whether that's due to something attractive in the ideology, or to gov't infiltration, is an open question.
> And of course there are plenty of neo-Nazis et al hovering around the Paul movement. I've been watching the movement for about 5 years,
> though, and much to all that of that that I've looked at has been
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