When Ron Paul ran for President in 2008, we in the patriot movement endorsed and supported him absolute. Then John McCain, through election fraud and mainstream media manipulation, became the presumed nominee and Dr. Paul backed out of the contest. We felt betrayed as we believed that the support was out here to win a national election through a third party run.
In May of 2011 Dr. Paul declared himself for the 2012 GOP nomination. We in the grassroots movement remained skeptical, but stepped up to the plate as a Ron Paul Presidency has been calculated as the only alternative to a full blown shooting revolutionary war. Again, we knew the support was out here even though we realized that there would be duplicity in the primaries and caucuses.
As the election fraud became rampant we did not back down, in fact our numbers grew as we refused to allow the mainstream propaganda machine to dictate the election. Our people have been beaten and jailed in our refusal to back down as we are prepared to take this matter all the way to the Republican Convention and eventually open warfare if necessary.
I made it clear when I began advocating for Dr. Paul that at the first sign of his wavering I would attack him without mercy and here we are.
Wisconsin Governor Scott Walker is a corporate elitist, bought and paid for, neo-con. He is a traitor and one of the worst enemies the American people of the American race have. Walker won the recall election yesterday and of course the election fraud that is predominant and in our faces is being assumed not to have occurred in this Wisconsin contest.
I am anti-union, as unions are socialist collectives, but I see what is going on here. The neo-cons want to enact austerity measures on the middle class, the working poor, and the impoverished of the United States, to further transfer what little wealth we have left to the coffers of the international elite, who have already stolen $32 trillion from us. And it does not matter to them what mechanism they use to accomplish their goal.
With the Scott Walker so called victory, the neo-cons at the state and federal level have declared a mandate from the people, et.al., to take everything we have left and give it over to the filthy rich. And of course the stock market is headed back up on this news of a mandate for austerity.
In the private sector and public sector alike, the union workers represent the upper end of the pay scale. Through the mass layoffs and export of our industry, our wages have already been cut at the bottom end to the point that two lower income workers cannot support a family without government aid, and the soviet socialist Demorats love it. Now the neo-con national socialist Republiscums will go to work cutting wages from the top end.
If nothing else, get this through your heads. When these dollars are taken away from these middle class workers and handed over to the rich elite, they will be horded, hence they will not be spent in our economy and more lower paying jobs are going to disappear with shrinking consumer demand.
And what has Dr. Paul been telling us, and rightfully so? “Ours is a consumer driven economy” and “I will not eliminate the national debt on the backs of the middle class and poor”. And don’t forget Paul has been adamant on the right to contract. Is this advocacy only for contracts between the government and corporations with an exclusion for contracts between workers and employers?
Dr. Paul, in an interview on Fox Business with Cavuto praised the Scott Walker win in Wisconsin, saying “It will send a fiscal conservative message to Washington DC.”
No, Dr. Paul, this is a neo-con screw the American worker message that says the middle class and working poor are going to pay off the US debt through austerity measures. Is this your idea of states’ rights in that the right of the corporate owned state supersedes the right of the individual?
Is Ron Paul nothing more than the final safety valve for the status quo? Is the idea that in a worst case scenario he is to be made president with a super majority of Republicans in the House and Senate? And then what, his son Rand Paul, with his buddies Mitch McConnell, John Boehner, and Eric Cantor, pass legislation to end Social Security, Medicaid, Medicare, and food stamps? And then what, Ron Paul steps up with a veto, followed by the veto being overridden by the super majority and, well we’ll just have to accept the austerity because Ron refuses to use an executive order to save us because it is unconstitutional?
Is this the dirty little plan?
I have confronted the Paul Campaign on several issues through personal correspondence over the last year. Each time, though I received no answer in any form, Paul came out and addressed my concerns in a public statement. Paul has removed himself from all public forums as a Republican Candidate, though it cannot be said that none are available to him. In fact Paul must be in agreement with Alex Jones’ assertion that his GOP run is over, or he would be using Jones’ Infowhores forum to fight the good fight.
Nobody wants Dr. Paul to be real more than I, but I am not naïve, thus, this public statement and a demand that Ron Paul explain his statements in support of the neo-con enemies of the Revolution. By the way, Dr. Paul, you do intend to see the bankers arrested and our $32 trillion returned to us, right?
God bless the Republic, death to the international corporate mafia, we shall prevail.