Lies and Deceit Cannot Defeat the Ron Paul Revolution

The alternative media can mark a success in bringing out the truth that the mainstream propagandists are, and have been, using the long term unemployed, who have exhausted their benefits, to create the fraudulent unemployment number that they are and have been putting forth as a fact.  315,000 long term unemployed were deducted from the backside of the unemployment rate last month bringing it to 8.6%.

We must remember that when the mainstream manipulators were reporting a 9.6% unemployment rate they actually put it on the screen that the “real” number was 15%, which was still a lie because the real number is closer to 30%.  Now if they have dropped the unemployment rate by cutting numbers off of the back end, then those numbers have to be added to the true number.

Unemployment today in the United States of America is above 30%.  Think of the audacity in saying that 315,000 people, who have exhausted their unemployment benefits, have said they are no longer looking for work and are removing themselves from the labor market.  I guess these people have just decided to go sit down in a corner and watch their homes be repossessed, their cars be repossessed, their bank accounts and their retirements be wiped out so they can go hungry in the streets.

Of course the people will believe this, as this is to be expected from individuals who have gotten up every morning of every working day and toiled to get ahead for the past thirty or forty years, so that they might retire some day.

The public should be outraged at having this lie thrown in their face and especially those in the middle class, who are still working, because you know what, your job is next.  And after you have filled out thousands of work applications and lost everything you own through the duration of your unemployment benefits, the elitist propagandists are going to say that you too have given up.

Two-thirds of those individuals who became unemployed in 2008 are still unemployed.  2009 and 2010 were no different, and 2011 will be the same.  Why?  Because nothing has changed and nothing is going to change until we the people put Ron Paul into office.

The news service is supposed to operate for the public’s good.  The 8.6% unemployment number is not only a lie that can be proven to be so, but it shows a blatant disregard for the interests of the people of the United States.  I believe the FCC should be flooded with complaints demanding that every mainstream broadcast have its license to operate revoked.  These so call news agencies are nothing more than the broadcasts of the corporate elite, both the soviet socialists and the neo-con national socialists.

Finally I would like to address a comment put forth on CNN by a socialist who seems desperate to have Newt Gingrich as the GOP candidate.  You see in reality these socialists know that Newt Gingrich and Rick Perry are the only two candidates that Barack Obama can beat.  Rick Perry has been proven laughable and an embarrassment to the people in Texas who elected him governor.  The man is a freakin retard.   So the one party system is left with the Newt.

This lady on CNN said in reference to the Republican candidates, “Newt Gingrich is the smartest man in the room.”  Newt Gingrich has a doctorate in history, which is minutely superior to having a doctorate in sociology.  Both are bullshit degrees as one is based on an opinion of human behavior in the past and the other an opinion on human behavior in the present and future.

Dr. Ron Paul is a doctor of medicine.  You do not get this degree unless you are highly intelligent.  It is not one that your daddy can buy for you.  Barack Obama cannot beat Ron Paul and everyone in the false left-right paradigm knows it.  That is why both the phony Republicans and phony Democrats are embracing one another in a futile effort to stop Ron Paul.  They think if they keep him off of the TV screen, they remove him from the false reality they have been creating for the past fifty years.

Well listen up propagandists, neo-cons, and soviet socialists alike.  You have been found out.  The people are no longer looking to the TV screen to find their answers and the Ron Paul Revolution dominates the alternative media on the internet.

And if you propagandists think you are going to avoid being held accountable for the misery you have caused through your lies by trying to pretend that you are not the mouthpieces of the international elite, you are sorely mistaken.  Every lie you have told that has hurt we the people is documented through your own recordings.

Once we have jailed those who own you, we are going to have plenty of time to sit down and go through the propaganda you have put forth over the last thirty years.  And even if you are 25 years old at present, you are going to be very old when you get out of prison and are taken to the docks to be put on a deportation barge, bound for the coast of Somalia and with a bottle of barbeque sauce tied around your treasonous necks.

This goes especially for treasonous sleazebag propagandists like the ultra elitist Ben Stein, who was born with a silver spoon in his mouth and a golden suppository up his arse, and frequently tries to present himself as an authority on how the poor and middle class should be enslaved to bolster corporate power and Zionist Jewish rule in the United States.

All of you slime bags be advised, justice is coming for you in the form of the Ron Paul Revolution.

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

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  1. Here’s the latest attempt to keep Ron Paul invisible:

    Romney, Gingrich focus of GOP race with Cain exit

    December 04, 2011 — MANCHESTER, N.H. (AP) — With the implosion of Herman Cain’s campaign amid accusations of adultery and sexual harassment, the once-crowded 2012 Republican presidential field appears to be narrowing to a two-man race between Mitt Romney and Newt Gingrich.

    GOP voters have one month before the leadoff Iowa caucuses. Gingrich is showing strength in the latest Iowa poll, while Romney is strong in New Hampshire, site of the first primary. Romney has maintained a political network since his failed 2008 presidential bid, especially in New Hampshire. Gingrich, whose campaign nearly collapsed several months ago, is relying on his debate performances and the good will he built up with some conservatives as a congressional leader in the 1980s and 1990s.

    Gingrich’s efforts appear to be paying off in Iowa. A Des Moines Register poll released late Saturday found the former House speaker leading the GOP field with 25 percent support, ahead of Ron Paul at 18 percent and Romney at 16.

    Cain’s suspension of his campaign Saturday, and Texas Gov. Rick Perry’s continued struggles to make headway with voters, have focused the party’s attention on Romney, a former Massachusetts governor, and Gingrich, a one-time congressman from Georgia. They offer striking contrasts in personality, government experience and campaign organization.

    Their political philosophies and differences are a bit harder to discern. Both men have changed their positions on issues such as climate change. And Gingrich, in particular, is known to veer into unusual territories, such as child labor practices.

    Romney has said he differs with Gingrich on child labor laws. Gingrich recently suggested that children as young as nine should work as assistant school janitors, to earn money and learn work ethics. Leading the pack means drawing criticism from those in the rear, such as Pennsylvania’s Rick Santorum. Consistently lagging in the polls, Santorum took swipes at both leaders Sunday on ABC’s “This Week with Christiane Amanpour”.

    Gingrich, he said, isn’t a strong champion of conservative social values and puts them in “the back of the bus.” “He has never really been an advocate of pushing those issues. Newt is someone who likes to get issues that are 80 to 90 percent in the polls, and 80 percent in the polls are generally not necessarily conservative — strong conservative issues. But that’s how Newt is — has always tried to govern. And I respect that.”

    Santorum acknowledged that Romney had become more conservative on issues, but questioned “whether he can be trusted.” “The best indication of what someone is going to do in the future is what they’ve done in the past,” he said.

    Cain’s announcement in Atlanta offered a possible opening for Romney or Gingrich to make a dramatic move in hopes of seizing momentum for the sprint to the Jan. 3 Iowa caucus. Neither man did. They appear willing to play things carefully and low-key for now.

    At a town hall meeting in New York sponsored by tea party supporters, Gingrich declined to characterize the race as a direct contest between himself and Romney. Any of the remaining GOP contenders could stage a comeback before the Iowa caucuses, he said. “I’m not going to say that any of my friends can’t suddenly surprise us,” Gingrich said.

    Paul may be one of those candidates. He said Sunday his discussions of the war and the country’s financial condition are resonating with voters in Iowa and New Hampshire. He points to the Iowa poll numbers as a measure of his success and says he also stands to gain from Cain dropping out of the race, and his organization is paying attention to where Cain’s supporters might go.

    “There are a lot of people who call themselves Tea Party people that did like the independent mindedness of Herman Cain. So I’m optimistic that we’ll pick up some votes from there,” he said Sunday on CNN’s “State of the Union”.

    But once high-flying contenders such as Perry and Rep. Michele Bachmann of Minnesota have not managed to bounce back so far, despite weeks of trying. Bachmann said Sunday she was the “consistent conservative” in the race and her campaign would benefit most from Cain’s departure.

    “A lot of Herman Cain supporters have been calling our office and they’ve been coming over to our side,” she said, also on CNN. “They saw Herman Cain as an outsider and I think they see that my voice would be the one that would be most reflective of his.”

    Cain’s once-prospering campaign was undone by numerous allegations of sexual wrongdoing. Gingrich, twice divorced and now married to a woman with whom he had an extramarital affair, has been the most obvious beneficiary of Cain’s precipitous slide.

    But Perry, Bachmann and possibly others are likely to make a play for Cain’s anti-establishment tea party backing. Time is running short for them to establish themselves as the top alternative to Romney, who has long been viewed with suspicion by many conservatives.

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