Neo-Cons Attempting to Infiltrate the Ron Paul Revolution

The hordes coming out in support of Ron Paul cannot be denied.  Considering that the caucuses and primaries are a focus on the Republican Party, I think it is plain to see that in a national election Dr. Paul enjoys a majority of the support from we the American people of the American race.

More election fraud is being revealed every day as the incidences become more blatant and criminal in their essence.  So what is the response from the Ron Paul patriotic revolutionary force?  Well, I personally have been receiving emails from other websites claiming to be pro-Paul, suggesting that we should settle for a ticket with either Rand Paul or Ron Paul as vice president.

These actions show the true desperation of the neo-con national socialists that make up the ever shrinking core of the Republican Party.  These people only represent about 5% of the voting population.  They have had their way and enjoyed positions of privilege and control over the rest of us for the past hundred years.

We are now seeing deep plants within our revolutionary force showing themselves as they subtly try to alter our course in a manner that will preserve the status quo for a little while longer.

In watching one video of a Ron Paul rally in Maryland emphasizing the youth vote behind Dr. Paul, a young man says in essence that the idea of the revolution is not to win but to introduce ideas that will grow and cause a pro-constitutional president to be elected 20 years from now.  This man is a neo-con plant.

If we do not take this country back at this election it is going to take a shooting war, which will have to occur forthwith.  This man was not speaking out of stupidity.  He is an elitist who wants to remain so.

In the past three years the international insurgency, led by the soviet socialist meat puppet Obama, has accommodated a setting president violating our Constitution by chairing the UN Security Council, which is where Obama’s loyalties lie.

Obama has invaded foreign sovereign countries in violation of our Constitution.

Obama has assisted foreign countries in filing law suits against sovereign states within our union.

Obama has circumvented our immigration laws through executive dictate.

The socialist traitors within our government have allowed the formation of a socialist soviet, hence committee, of twelve socialist party members to be formed with the insurgent Obama standing as premier.  This is an act of blatant treason and in fact rebellion against our Republic.

Obama has signed further trade agreements designed to accommodate the transfer of the last of our industry out of our country.

Obama has overseen and accommodated the further theft of $36 trillion worth of our natural resources by the globalists he serves.

Obama has signed the National Defense Authorization Act 2012, containing Sections 1021 and 1022, military arrest and indefinite detention of American citizens without due process of the law.  This is a signed declaration of war against we the people of the United States and the Republic, as it removes our Bill of Rights from the Constitution and leaves nothing more than a declaration of absolute government dictatorial powers.

Obama signed the no-Trespass Law, a totalitarian act designed to brutally put down any descent.

Obama signed the National Resources Emergency Executive Order, nationalizing every resource in the United States including we the people for the insurgent government.

Now you tell me, Mr. Neo-Con Infiltrator, just what the hell do you think is going to be left in twenty years?  We must take this country back right now or in twenty years freedom and liberty will be nothing more than a couple of words that if spoken will get you a firing squad in the basement of your local committee headquarters.

If any of you out there hear one of these subtle neo-cons speaking this propaganda, shout them down and call them out for the traitors they are.  Our Republic is in dire straits and you are either a patriot determined to take your country back right now, or you are a socialist infiltrator in dire need of a one way ticket on a deportation barge out of our country.

Remember people, we outnumber our enemy thousands to one.  Our weapons are truth, determination, and a pure cause.  Our enemies are using the same tools they have always used, lies and deceit.

We are buying up about 5 million firearms every month.  Set this aside from the fact that we already have enough weapons to arm every man, woman, and child in the United States.  During hunting season in any given state that participates, we put enough guns in the field to represent the largest army on the planet.  As a combined force we are a hundred times greater than all the other armies in the world put together.

If we refuse deceit the road back to our freedom and liberty will be quick and absolute.  When you see these neo-con infiltrators, let them know that you know who and what they are and that they will not succeed.

I would truly like to see Dr. Paul stand up and state in no uncertain terms that we, the American people, are going to take this country back and he is going to be our president that leads us in the effort to do so peaceably.  In short, we must let these neo-con detractors know that we realize the power our numbers and weapons represent and that they had better just get the hell out of our way while they are still able.

God bless this Republic, death to the international corporate mafia, we shall prevail.

2 thoughts on “Neo-Cons Attempting to Infiltrate the Ron Paul Revolution

  1. Obama and Romney, two sides of the same coin.

    Did you hear the 1 about the politician who …

    Mitt Romney hit an off note this week when he told a “humorous” story about his dad shutting down a factory. Robert De Niro managed to get both Newt Gingrich and the Obama campaign riled up when he joked at an Obama fundraiser that America isn’t ready for a white first lady. Texas Gov. Rick Perry, still nursing wounds from his failed presidential campaign, did himself a world of good with his self-deprecating jokes at a recent Washington dinner.

    Done right, humor can be a huge asset for a politician. But it is easily fumbled in the overheated environment of a political campaign.

    That may be why Romney’s aides dispatched him to the “The Tonight Show” this week with these instructions: “Don’t try and be funny.”

    The Republican presidential front-runner largely complied, and that worked out just fine for him. But he apparently forgot his advisers’ advice the very next day when he attempted to be funny on a conference call with people in next-to-vote Wisconsin.

    Romney recounted what he called a “humorous” story about the time his auto executive father shut down a factory in Michigan and moved it to Wisconsin. Later, when his dad was in a parade while running for Michigan governor, the marching band kept playing the University of Wisconsin fight song.

    “Every time they would start playing `On, Wisconsin! On Wisconsin!’ my dad’s political people would jump up and down and try to get them to stop,” Romney said with a laugh.

    A joke about closing factories? In this economy? What was he thinking?

    Democrats pounced on it as fresh evidence that Romney is out of touch with the economic concerns of ordinary voters.

    Jokes that might be funny another time often don’t pass muster under the klieg lights of a presidential campaign.

    De Niro attempted satire during a New York fundraiser headlined by Michelle Obama this month when he ticked off the names of the wives of the GOP presidential candidates and then joked that America wasn’t “ready for a white first lady.”

    Donors roared their approval. But by the next morning, Gingrich was calling the racial reference to the Republican wives “inexcusable” and the chastened Obama campaign was labeling the actor’s comments “inappropriate.”

    De Niro at first declined to comment but ended up apologizing – sort of.

    “My remarks, although spoken with satirical jest, were not meant to offend or embarrass anyone – especially the first lady,” he said in a statement.

    President Barack Obama, for his part, has had better luck using humor to deflect questions about his own vulnerabilities – real or perceived.

    During a St. Patrick’s Day reception this month, Obama was presented with a certificate of Irish heritage by the Irish prime minister.

    “This will have a special place of honor alongside my birth certificate,” Obama deadpanned, deftly sending the message that any lingering doubts about where he was born are nothing but a joke.

    Sometimes, humor can come back to bite a candidate long after the laugh lines have faded.

    In 2004, when Romney was Massachusetts governor, he took a jab at the wealth of that year’s monied presidential candidate, Democratic Sen. John Kerry.

    “There’s a senator from my state, you may have heard, that wants to get elected president,” Romney said at a Republican Governors Association dinner. “And I don’t know why he wants to do that because, of course, if he won he’d have to move into a smaller house.”

    It may have been funny then, but the joke boomeranged when it resurfaced on the Internet this week just as Romney is trying to combat an elitist image.

    Perry, whose Republican presidential campaign quickly floundered in the primaries, took a big step toward rehabilitating his image with his appearance last weekend at a fancy Washington dinner for journalists and their guests.

    He got plenty of laughs when he joked that his time as the GOP front-runner had been “the three most exhilarating hours of my life.”

    And he perfectly skewered Romney by quipping that during the GOP debates, he’d been tempted to turn to his rival and ask, “Pardon me, do you have any Grey Poupon?”

    Getting off a few well-rehearsed jokes – often written by someone else – is generally less challenging than displaying pitch-perfect humor day after day amid the grind of campaigning. Perry’s jokes, for example, were written by GOP speechwriter Landon Parvin.

    But even some of the most carefully thought-out jokes, in the end, just aren’t funny.

    Take George W. Bush, at a White House Correspondents Association dinner in 2004. He narrated a slide show that included a photo of himself hunting around in the Oval Office and then quipped, “Those weapons of mass destruction gotta be somewhere.”

    Critics said it was a callous joke, given all those who had died in the Iraq war.

    Even some candidates with a natural funny bone have found that it doesn’t always translate well to a presidential campaign.

    Republican Sens. Bob Dole and John McCain, whose humor was a hit with congressional colleagues and reporters, both discovered their sometimes wicked sense of humor could be too cutting for a presidential campaign.

    Morris Udall, a Democratic congressman from Arizona, got more laughs than votes in his 1976 run for president and ended up writing a memoir titled, “Too Funny to be President.”

    On the other hand, some decidedly unfunny candidates have benefited by exceeding extremely low expectations.

    When candidate Richard Nixon went on the TV comedy show “Rowan & Martin’s Laugh-In” in 1968 and said “Sock it to ME?” he got rave reviews.


    Associated Press writers Ben Feller, Charles Babington and Laurie Kellman contributed to this report.


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  2. 20 years from now ? Is this guy out of his mind ? This country’s gonna blow sky high if that pos is re-elected.

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