Ron Paul on Iran: We Should Have Great Empathy For Them (Video)

As the Iranian regime continues to harass its neighbors, threaten Israel, stockpile missiles in Lebanon and Gaza, and pursue nuclear arms, Ron Paul says, “We should have great empathy for them.”
Breitbart TV reported:

“This idea that they’re looking for a fight, I think that is all a concoction of the West so as to prepare the people for a war that is likely to come when we have a policy like this. I think it makes the perfect argument for my non-intervention foreign policy. We shouldn’t be engaged and stirring up trouble.”

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  • RedBeard

    What color is the sky in Ron Paul’s world?

  • I hate donkeys

    Ron Paul is a bastard and I will never vote 4 him

  • Greg

    Ron Paul is a loon. I am in his district and am totally embarrassed by him.

  • L.E. Liesner

    Ron Paul lives in his own little world, and that world has nothing to do with reality.

  • TomI

    He has brought jew haters from both parties together in a friendship of hate. It is really disgusting that people can still be this way.

  • Tamminator

    I wish the Marines would urinate on him.

  • Steve

    Still a nut!

  • RedBeard

    Where are the Paulian apologists? They must have slept in this morning. But give ’em time.

  • Carbon Pootprint

    He reminds me of the guy who hammers gays constantly. Because he’d have little support from either party IF he got elected he’d be the first to burn the constitution on the front lawn of the White House end declare marshal law. For our own good of course.

  • SturJen

    #8 -“Where are the Paulian apologists?”

    I was wondering that myself. Usually there here as soon as his name is typed, gushing about how great Ron Paul is and how he’s the next best thing to sliced bread. This obsession with Ron Paul borders on hysteria.

    I got the same vibe off of those people who gushed about O’Bummer. It creeps me out. They think they know his policies but gloss over those that make them suspect him as being less than a god.

  • Seth

    I thought this guy was supposed to be a gynecologist, but it looks like he is a rectal specialist, since his head is obviously shoved so far up his ass that he can see his tonsils.

    Obviously this dunce has never spent a minute actually listening to what is coming out of Iranian leader’s mouths and the regime in general.

    By his way of thinking, I suppose we should have had sympathy for that poor, persecuted, and reviled guy Hilter, and his yearning for “Lebensraum” for the Volk.

  • StrangernFiction

    It doesn’t matter what this man’s views are on domestic policy. This cancels all of that out.

  • StrangernFiction

    And he is going to get Mitt Romney nominated, and thus likely get Barky reelected.


  • Rock

    Bat Sh!t Crazy, is this fool related to Piglosi somehow?

  • Common Sense

    Just one Question!

    Did anyone actually listen to the man in this clip or are the comments based on the headline?

    ” Iran can be annihilated in about 40 minutes ” Everyone knows this !!

    Listening to the propaganda that Iran is picking the fight is crazy.

    I urge everyone to actually listen to the whole clip with an open mind.


  • Good grief, he’s a total lunatic. I agree that we shouldn’t “stir up trouble,” but to ignore Iranian officials’ own words is ridiculous, dangerous, and downright stupid. What have the Iranian leaders (including its “diplomats”) and people been screaming for decades? Oh, yeah, kill the evil West, especially destroy the Great Satan. Yep, these are people I think we should encourage to get nukes. Uh huh.

  • how much money does ron paul get from the middle east? look what money from the middle east did to bloomberg.

  • #15 Common Sense

    That’s a reactionary policy, though, and doesn’t take into account (at least) two pretty important things: one, the Middle East is now pretty much all radical Islamacists with the same goal that Iran states repeatedly (wiping Israel off the map and then destroying us, “the Great Satan”)–so do we add another 40 minutes to “annihilate” all the people in every Middle Eastern country, too? Doesn’t that strike you as slightly . . . er, nuts?; and two, how many American citizens can Iran wipe out with nukes before we can say, hey, let’s do that Ron Paul 40-minute annihilation plan?

    Doesn’t sound particularly reasonable to me.

  • bear

    The iranians have openly declared their intention to instigate the next (and penultimate) caliphate by attacking Israel. Paul is a FOOL if he denies their own words.

    He dodges her direct question, “What would you do?” twice. His fallback…..appeasement!

    Empathy for the butchers sponsoring and harboring the worst terrorists in the world? Paul’s response…..WE are the terrorists. This idiot should NEVER be allowed near the decision process.

    We were forced into two gulf wars, in part, because the european “geniouses” told hussein that we would back down. Appeasers ALWAYS inspire the bad guys to greater outrages.

    Paul is weak-minded and anti-Semitic.

    Even his most ardent and nit-wit supporters can no longer deny that he is unqualified for high office.

  • BridgetGB

    In his speech following the New Hampshire Primary, Ron Paul mocked those of us who find his foreign policy to be nothing short of “dangerous”. Clearly pleased by his finish, Paul joked around saying that “we” called him and his supporters “dangerous”. I understand the frustration of his supporters and why they might turn to his campaign, but Ron Paul in his ill-fitting suit coats is exactly that – dangerous in his foreign policy.

  • Shamballa108

    @Common Sense,
    What is it about “Death to America” and “We will wipe Israel off the map” that folks like you and Ron Paul don’t understand? I’m-a-dinnerjacket and the 12th Imam gang don’t care if we retaliate. Hell, that is what they want. Take off the tinfoil hat and face reality.

  • don
  • gary gulrud

    Alpo is too good for him.

  • TammyChicago

    Yes, and we should empathize with Nazi’s too. They really got a bad rap. Nuckin Futs!!!!!!!

  • olm

    I can’t even watch Ron Paul.
    I understand his appeal, I do. But I can not understand how that appeal lasts any more than one minute.
    Look, I love my mid seventies parents and in laws. But do I want one of their age peers as president? Hell no!

  • Common Sense

    “the Middle East is now pretty much all radical Islamacists with the same goal that Iran states repeatedly (wiping Israel off the map and then destroying us, “the Great Satan”)–”

    Wow, You have been brainwashed.

    There is no denying there are radical Islamic religious fanatics but to make such a general statement is incorrect.

    1st. We staged a coup in 1953 to get rid of the democratically elected leader because Britain and us wanted to keep control over the oil. Then replaced him with the Shaw of Iran.
    2nd. the result was the people revolted and Khomeini got power.
    3rd. Then we supplied Saddam Hussein with weapons and money in his war against Iran.
    4th.We took out Hussein. He was supposed to be this great threat to our national security.

    You do see the pattern here and I have not even touched the tip of our interventions.

    We need to get out of other nations business unless we are asked to intervene on behave of the people not because of business interests or oil. The more we are involved in the muslim countries the more that unites them against us even if they are fighting among themselves. We give them a common enemy.
    I am not trying to defend radical Islamic actions just trying to point out that there is “Blow-back” to take into consideration.
    I urge everyone to do there do diligence and research their own information. There has been very little true journalism as of late, only propaganda.

  • MJ

    “Common Sense”

    Come on.
    Why is Paul taking up for this idiocy?
    Do you know how many Christians the Iranian govt murdered in 2009?
    Are you insane?!
    I though Paul was a Christian.
    I think NOT

  • MJ

    Common, Can you get in the HERE AND NOW, Circa 2012?

  • #26 Common Sense?

    Brainwashed? Hardly. I’ve simply sat through a few hours of Ahmadinejad’s rambling “speeches” before the G20, etc. Despite his stream-of-consciousness style of speaking, he’s actually rather clear in his ideas about both Israel, America, and the West generally. As have been a variety of Iran’s leaders dating back to 1979 (or so). But that’s not where the problems stem from between the Middle East and the U. S. (and her allies). And of course your statements about oil are insane (question: from which two countries does America import the most oil? Answer: Mexico and Canada. Following your logic, we should be warring with them? *sigh*)

    You should probably read a little about the history of Islam and America’s own early confrontations with Muslim radicals, including the attacks on U. S. trading vessels that date back to the early 1800’s; hint, the U. S. didn’t even have a sea-going branch of the military then (nor even a national military force), and hadn’t “intervened” in anything off our own shores that didn’t involve our independence from England (with the help of Spain and France). You may be interested to learn, if you are capable, that the reason that Thomas Jefferson was given for the attacks on American trading ships and the slaughter of Americans was that the Koran called all Muslims to kill all non-Muslims He found that rather alarming, by the way, but he, unlike you apparently, took them at their word.

    So, another appeaser (this time in the person of John Adams) agreed to pay a “tax” for our people’s safety. Unsurprisingly, the payment of a heavy tax didn’t stop the slaughters, so then when Jefferson took office, he refused to pay it (rightly, in my mind) and sent our newly-formed Marine Corps (that is pronounced “core”) to kick their butts. They did. Of course.

    Now, you may take from this (and I urge you do your own research on this and to do a bit of reading about the origins of al Queda, too, do read beyond Wikipedia) that we should have just continued paying the “tax” for our right to remain Christians (or anything nonMuslim) and still trade and travel abroad (in or near Muslim countries) and that all would be well. But I would argue that’s absurd and untenable. Call me a war-monger.

  • MJ

    This is what was said, “Common”

    On October 26, 2005, IRIB News, an English-language subsidiary of the state-controlled Islamic Republic of Iran Broadcasting (IRIB), filed a story on Ahmadinejad’s speech to the “World Without Zionism” conference in Asia, entitled: Ahmadinejad: Israel must be wiped off the map.[1] The story was picked up by Western news agencies and quickly made headlines around the world. On October 30, The New York Times published a full transcript of the speech in which Ahmadinejad was quoted as saying:

    Our dear Imam (referring to Ayatollah Khomeini) said that the occupying regime must be wiped off the map and this was a very wise statement. We cannot compromise over the issue of Palestine. Is it possible to create a new front in the heart of an old front. This would be a defeat and whoever accepts the legitimacy of this regime has in fact, signed the defeat of the Islamic world. Our dear Imam targeted the heart of the world oppressor in his struggle, meaning the occupying regime. I have no doubt that the new wave that has started in Palestine, and we witness it in the Islamic world too, will eliminate this disgraceful stain from the Islamic world.[2]

  • MJ

    A “world without Zionism” Is a world without Jews or Christians, Common.

    You should probably read a BIBLE.
    Zion is Gods favorite place on earth.
    Spiritually, physically, the whole kit and kaboodle.

    Ahmadinejad does not want *ANY* Jews in Israel, thats just the facts.
    And Pauls followers (most, no- not all) HATE Jews.
    So, you dont want them here, you dont want them in Israel…. My guess is that you are coming up with a final solution.
    I dont care if you tell me “You Jews always say that”
    I am telling you what I think,
    GIVE a rats a$$.

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  • Lloyd

    Iranian elections are coming up this year and I wish Ron Paul could be elected their next president. His isolationist views imposed on Iran would be a good thing. If every country lived by his principles, the world would be a better place. Unfortunately, as long as evil exists, countries like the US will have to stand guard and protect the sheep from the wolves or the wolves will rule the world and kill all the sheep.

  • Seth

    It is discouraging, when you realize just how many potential voters just don’t have a clue, don’t really follow what is happening in the world, and just accept the crap that Paul is dishing up as the truth.

    Why wouldn’t they?

    They have no, and likely will not bother to look and see if there is any information out there that contradicts what he is saying.

    Hell, even the talking heads on the MSM are sometimes worried about Iran getting a nuclear weapon, but that apparently doesn’t sink in.

  • Rock

    So can we assume Ron Paul’s , Secretary of Homeland Security, Secretary of Defense, and Secretary of State would be none other than Mizaru, Mikazaru, and Mazaru. I feel so much afer now, not. 🙁

  • Blacque Jacques Shellacque

    The guy’s a loon. And so are his supporters.

  • paz

    Ron Paul supporters don’t hate Jews. We hate ALL foreign aid. Israel is not our 51st state. Netanyahu made a speech to loud applause in front of our very own Congress saying that Israel can be self-sufficient and does not want US help. So when Ron Paul supports the position of the Israeli PM, he’s an anti-Semite? LOL

  • paz #37

    Au contraire.. pardon my French.. but Ron Paul supporters are judenphobics. They hate Jews and Israel and so does Paul..

    ‘PressTV has stepped up its coverage of Paul’s campaign to win the Republican presidential nomination in recent weeks, featuring his anti-Israel rants, his claim that sanctions against Iran are “acts of war,” his approval of Iran’s nuclear ambitions, and much more.

    The Iranian government channel portrays Ron Paul as an American hero, and brings on conspiracy theorists masquerading as political “analysts” to laud him for “challenging the American establishment” and the “corporate neo-conservative Zionist consensus,” that cabal of Jews, banksters, and Reagan Democrats who in Tehran’s eyes (and in the eyes of these Ron Paul supporters) run the world.

    It’s a script taken almost word-for-word from the infamous anti-Semitic forgery, The Protocols of the Elders of Zion.

    No contemporary U.S. political leader has been so in sync with Tehran as Ron Paul. Here are just a few of the recent Ron Paul sound bites on Iran and U.S. policy toward Iran prominently featured by PressTV:

    “Just think of how many nuclear weapons surround Iran. The Chinese are there, the Indians are there, the Pakistanis are there, the Israelis are there, the United States is there. All these countries—China has nuclear weapons! Wouldn’t it be natural that they might want a weapon? Internationally, they’d be given more respect… They have no evidence that they are working on a weapon. “Paul blasts US policy on Iran, Aug. 12, 2011.

    “I think we’re looking for trouble because we put these horrendous sanctions on Iran… Sanctions against Iran are definite steps toward a US attack.” “Iran sanctions ‘acts of war’: Ron Paul,” Dec. 31, 2011; “Ron Paul raps US hostility toward Iran,” Jan. 7, 2012.

    “Iran’s leader, Mahmoud Ahmadinejad, had never mentioned any intention of wiping Israel off the map.” Quick Facts: Ron Paul on US Foreign Policy, Dec. 24, 2011.

    “Iran is not a physical threat to us. They do not have capabilities. The stories you might hear about them being on the verge of a nuclear weapon is not true by our CIA and by the United Nations. They are not on the verge of it.” Quick Facts: Ron Paul on US Foreign Policy, Dec. 24, 2011.

    “Who are they [Iran] going to bomb? If they had one or two bombs, they are going to bomb Israel? Israel has 300 of them! And our submarines all around there passing and everything else.” Quick Facts: Ron Paul on US Foreign Policy, Dec. 24, 2011.

    “I think they’re acting in self-defense… That is a gross distortion of this debate that they’re on the verge of a nuclear weapon.” Ron Paul defends his anti-war policies, Dec. 16, 2011

    “At least our leaders and Reagan talked to the Soviets. What is so terribly bad about this? Countries you put sanctions on, you are more likely to fight them. I say a policy of peace is free trade, stay out of their internal business. Do not get involved in these wars and bring our troops home.” Ron Paul blasts US policy on Iran, Aug. 12, 2011’

    Tehran TV Loves Ron Paul

    Iran is coo coo. Paul is coo coo. Iran likes Paul. Nazis liked Neville Chamberlain. 2+2=4.

  • RedBeard

    Yeah, Paz, keep on distorting the truth. Makes you seem just ever so smart.

    Seems like there’s an echo here, when the Paulians deny the anti-semitism of their Inerrant and Exalted One, Ron Paul. I can almost hear the voice of the old man I met a few years ago, a former Hitler Youth, who said that he didn’t hate Jews at all, not at all. But he went on to carefully whisper to me how much of a problem they were in Germany, and how something had to be done. He said he disagreed with murdering 6,000,000 of them, saying that the 3rd Reich simply went too far, and that he would have preferred a compassionate relocation program to send them somewhere else to live. What a nice guy.

  • Andreas K.

    Ron Paul is the Neville Chamberlain of the 21st century. As POTUS he would have a choice between dishonor and war. And would chose dishonor and get war anyway.

  • Eddie Willers

    @ Common Sense(?)
    Quick tutorial for you
    The Qu’ran uses the terms we & you in the Royal sense (I.e. The Queen of England would say “We are not amused” to express displeasure for instance

    So in the Qu’ran Sura 60 Verse 4 When it reads “Between us (allah) & you (All of Mankind) enmity & hatred shall reign until none worship but allah.”

    That means there is a religious doctrine of enmity & hatred between Muslims & Kafirs (non believers) that exists perpetually until Islam holds dominion over the entire world.

    Look up the terms dar-al-harb & dar-al-Islam.

    Don’t give me that BS about that’s only a tiny fraction of extremists who think that way either. Great Britain recently polled their indigenous Muslim population & 38% of them agreed with this dogma. So I can only imagine how prevalent that mind set is in Islamic Countries.

    But using Great Britain’s 38% as a guide, we can extrapolate that approx. 450 Million people hold this view point…

    I’d say it’s time for YOU to start APPLYING some of that “COMMON SENSE” my hubris filled friend…

  • wanumba

    “concoction of the West.”

    Sounds like Cold War Soviet Union propaganda. And Ron Paul “supporters” who are DEMS and INDYs will vote for him to screw the primaries and then vote for Obama. Where’s he getting the bulk of his funding to be such a Ross Perot spoiler? Perot’s company EDS was named to be the electronic Health ID manager for HillaryCare – OBamCAre 0.1 – buried in the over 1,200 pages of detail.

  • FurryGuy

    If Ron Paul is the Cure, I’ll take the Disease.

    Oh yeah, a true believing cultist accusing someone who doesn’t believe in the Holy Doctrine of RP as being brainwashed. If the absurdity of that wasn’t so shockingly naive, it would be eminently laughable.

  • Imperialist

    So much hate in these forums.

  • Imperialist

    One of our submarines can annihilate Iran in 40 minutes. I challenge anyone to prove that it can’t.

    The only threat here is peoples paranoid mind. Comparing Iran to Nazi Germany is just pure comedy.

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  • jmitty

    So much hate in these forums.

    Hate? WTF are you talking about? So, calling nor luap a nut is considered hate speech? Quit trying to make everything seem extreme. Leave that to craigie-poo, canuck extraordinaire. His country sent troops to both, Iraq and Afghanistan, yet he refuses to say that Canada shares in the “supposed war crimes” of these military actions. Our Congress had a vote, and we voted to go to war per our constitution, i.e., LEGAL!!!

  • Jonathan Castone

    I really thought Ron Paul was crazy too I mean everyone on the news was saying he is a cook, but when you think about it, his foreign policy makes sense.

    When the head of the CIA said that his foreign policy is the best out of all the candidates that made me listen.

    He gets more donations from serving military and veterans than all the other GOP candidates combined, makes you wonder why that is, I’ve just been listening to what all my friends and the media pundits are saying and when you think about it it’s the same reason we went into Iraq for WMD’s that didn’t exist.

  • RedBeard

    The Paulians can only offer up strawman arguments, because their Exalted Leader Ron Paul spouts a crazed foreign policy which cannot be defended with any degree of intellectual honesty.

  • 8Ball

    If the Iranians hate the West some much because we are free and prosperous why aren’t they threatening countries like Sweden, Denmark, Switzerland etc.???

  • bg


    January 13 2012

    Iran: Paranoid or under siege?

    [With tighter sanctions, talk of Iran shutting down the Strait of Hormuz
    and the assassination of yet another nuclear scientist in Iran, tensions
    are building on multiple fronts as a coalition of countries tries to stop
    Iran’s nuclear programme.]

    January 14, 2012

    Qatar’s emir suggests sending troops to Syria

    [The emir of Qatar, Sheikh Hamad bin Khalifa Al Thani, has said Arab troops
    should be sent to Syria to end the political unrest in the country that the
    UN says has left more than 5.000 people dead.]


  • imperialist #45

    re Comparing Iran to Nazi Germany is just pure comedy.

    ‘By the beginning of the World War II, bilateral cooperation between Iran and Germany had become extremely strong. In 1940, Germany accounted for 47,1 percent of all Iranian exports and 42,9 percent of imports.[6] Eighty percent of all machinery in the country came from Germany. But that is not all that was imported: at the same time, European antisemitic ideology was brought to Tehran in Farsi via a Berlin-based short-wave radio transmitter.

    Iran was of strategic importance to Germany. As Hitler envisaged it, after the assault on the Soviet Union, the Wehrmacht would also occupy the Caucasus and in so doing, open the way to the Middle East. Then Iran and Iraq would be conquered and the British Empire destroyed from the south. A pro-German movement in Iran reinforced by a concentrated propaganda effort would prepare for the German invasion of that country.

    “The way to directly connect up with Shi’ite ideas is through the treatment of the Jewish question, which the Muhammedan perceives in religious terms and which, precisely for this reason, makes him susceptible to National Socialism on religious grounds.” Just as hatred of Jews would provide the point of entry into the Shi’ite faith, so religion would serve as the natural medium for the propagation of Jew-hatred. “A way to foster this (anti-Jewish) development would be to highlight Muhammad’s struggle against the Jews in ancient times and that of the Führer in modern times,” Ettel recommended to the Foreign Office. “Additionally, by identifying the British with the Jews, an exceptionally effective anti-English propaganda campaign can be conducted among the Shi’ite people.”

    Ettel even picked out the appropriate Koranic passages: firstly, sura 5, verse 82: “Truly you will find that the most implacable of men in their enmity to the faithful are the Jews and the pagans”; and, secondly, the final sentence of chapter 2 of Mein Kampf: “In resisting the Jew, I do the work of the Lord.” “By successfully bringing the country’s clergy under the sway of German propaganda, we can win over broad layers of the popular masses,” Ettel wrote in February 1941.[13]

    Ettel’s proposal demonstrates that the Nazis sought to use religion to create an implacable hostility to the Jews. The first step was to awaken religious anti-Judaism, using references to Muhammad and the Koran. Thus, they built on the foundations of a centuries-old Muslim anti-Judaism while at the same time radicalizing it. One way of doing that was to depict Britain as being under Jewish control. Britain was in any case detested by the majority of the Iranian people. They were well-disposed, however, towards the US, as Ettel bitterly complained.

    Thus, from late summer 1942 onwards, Radio Zeesen’s antisemitism was mixed with a special type of anti-Americanism as well. For example, Radio Zeesen emphasised “that the Jewish power policy in the Middle East is being implemented by the Americans.” This linkage is “regularly employed to reinforce our anti-American propaganda in Iran.”[14] The former Ambassador to Iraq, Fritz Grobba, advocated the same approach on July 2, 1942. “It must be stressed even more strongly than before that the Americans are acting as the pacemakers for the Jews in the Oriental sphere. Every American who comes to the Orient does so on the instructions of the Jews. The Jews have sent him there, even if he is not aware of this. The Jews are pulling the Americans’ strings.”[15] The closer came the defeat of the Nazis, the more frenzied became this anti-Western antisemitism – according to Josef Goebbels some 70-80 percent of the spoken material on Radio Zeesen in 1943 consisted of attacks on the Jews.[16]

    Among the regular listeners to this material was a man of whom the world was later to hear much more: Ruhollah Khomeini. “Germany’s Persian service was, during the war, to enjoy the widest possible audience in Iran and Iraq”, writes Amir Taheri in his biography of Khomeini. When, in winter 1938 Khomeini, then aged thirty-six, returned from Iraq to Qum in Iran, he “had brought with him a radio set made by the British company Pye which he had bought from an Indian Muslim pilgrim. The radio proved a good buy. … It also gave him a certain prestige. Many mullahs and talabehs would gather at his home, often on the terrace, in the evenings to listen to Radio Berlin [= Radio Zeesen] and the BBC.”[17] The long-term consequences of this listening experience are well known.’

    Iranian Antisemitism: Stepchild of German National Socialism

    Sure, comedy.

  • bg


    Imperialist #44 January 14, 2012 at 12:31 pm

    why does Ron Paul & Barack Obama HATE US??

    bit more here..


  • RedBeard

    Jonathan, the man you claim as the head of the CIA, who now endorses Ron Paul, is most likely the flaky character Michael Scheuer. He was never head of the CIA. He was not the chief of the bin Laden unit either, despite Paulian claims. He was an analyst more than 10 years ago.

    Scheuer was a cheerleader for killing bin Laden, a task hardly in keeping with an isolationist.

    Scheuer is an ardent foe of Israel, right in keeping with Paulian philosophy. He was even kicked out of the Jamestown Foundation for his anti-semitic views.

    Scheuer is a loose cannon, ranging wildly from one position to a totally contrary one. Hardly a great endorsement to brag about.

  • re #52

    ‘Comparisons between contemporary Iran and Nazi Germany are not only appropriate, but pertinent and true, Foreign Minister Avigdor Lieberman said while on a visit to Hungary on the morning of International Holocaust Remembrance Day.

    Speaking to Israel Radio on Wednesday, the foreign minister stated that while the victims of the Holocaust must be remembered and commemorated, the Jewish people and the international community must also take heed of the lessons of the tragedy and prevent such an event from ever recurring. “It is enough to take a look at the report which appeared in this week’s Der Spiegel,” Lieberman said, referring to intelligence acquired by the German BND which gives credence to suspicions that Iran may be developing two separate nuclear programs – a civilian energy endeavor and a clandestine military one which is directly answerable to the country’s defense ministry.

    “This is the first time that the leader of a UN member state declares there was no Holocaust,” the foreign minister stressed, in an allusion to Iranian President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad. “Iran was responsible for the bombings in Buenos Aires, both against the Israeli embassy and the Jewish community building (AMIA). [Ahmad Vahidi], who was responsible for two terror attacks – and the government of Argentina, not the government of Israel, issued an international arrest warrant against him – currently serves as defense minister of Iran. Such a defense minister, with a nuclear arsenal at his fingertips – that is not something to be ignored or trivialized.”’

    ‘Iran, Nazi Germany must be compared’

  • BS61

    #29 January 14, 2012 at 10:54 am

    YES!! But RP supporters are selective in their history readings… and it’s never Islamic history!

  • bg


    just a sample of so much more..

    Hitler, The Mufti Of Jerusalem
    And Modern Islamo Nazism ..


    [scroll threads for more info, or not, your choice]


  • bg


    oh btw, in case you missed this jewel of anti-(fitb)..

    Ron Paul Locks Up Coveted David Duke Endorsement (Video)

    [scroll thread/s for more info, or not, your choice]


  • BS61

    #44 January 14, 2012 at 12:31 pm
    Imperialist commented:
    So much hate in these forums.

    I have to agree – RP supporters are hateful!

  • BS61

    #48 January 14, 2012 at 12:59 pm
    Jonathan Castone commented:

    I agree – we shouldn’t listen to pundits! So stop listening to Alex Jones!

  • FurryGuy

    #44 January 14, 2012 at 12:31 pm
    Imperialist commented:

    So much hate in these forums.

    So one of the bearers of hate (you) is finally owning up to what you are doing?

    Stating the bald facts of what the Iranian leadership would love to do to us and Israel, by repeating their very own words they utter, is not hate. The hate is part and parcel of the intent of those who practice evil, in this case the Iranian leadership. Coddling the evil as your false Messiah would have us do is to promote and magnify the hate.

    For a politician who declaims he is the only true conservative, he espouses so many of the populist positions and policies of the progressive Left while decrying much of what is conservatism.

  • bg #57

    more for imperialist et al..

    ‘WWII breaks out. Hitler seeks to take-over the world and establish his Aryan empire. Amin Al Husseini, the Grand Mufti of Jerusalem, is by his side in Berlin and is considered to be the Fuhrer of the Arab world.

    He shares with Hitler a virulent anti-Semitism. Amin al Husseini seeks to establish an Islamic empire with Jerusalem as its capital. He pushes for the eradication of European Jewry and establishes Muslim SS Nazi troops in the Balkans, which participated in the ethnic cleansing of Serbs, Jews and Gypsies.

    Failed Pro-Nazi Coup in Iraq

    Amin Al-Husseini instigates a pro-nazi coup in Baghdad, Iraq. Kharaillah Tulfah is his right-hand man. Tulfah is Saddam Hussein’s mentor and uncle. Germany sends weapons and aircrafts to Husseini. Coup fails and the British secure their hold on Irak and its oil.

    Amin Al Husseini’s intention was to provide Iraqi oil to fuel Hitler’s war machine. He flees to neighboring Iran.

    The Mufti relocates in Tehran

    Forced to flee Iraq, Amin Al Husseini relocates in Iran. He once again tries to funnel Iranian oil to Hitler’s army in Czekoslovakia and Austria using the Anglo-Iranian Oil Co.

    Amin Al Husseini arranges deal with Germany in exchange for permission to launch Islamic Jihad against the Jews and the Allies and obtains guarantee from Nazi Germany of a Pan-Arab state, which would include full control over Palestine.’

    V. Amin Al Husseini, the Grand Mufti of Jerusalem, acts as mediator between Nazi Germany and Iran.

    No Nazi comparison to Iran, none zip nada. 😛

  • Fionnagh

    #50 Because those countries have already acquiesced to Islam.

  • BeeBop

    God your guys are stupid.

    Maybe you should learn from history. Before WII the US has always had a non-intervention policy, maybe because your founding fathers didn’t wan’t to become the Empire they were declaring independence from.

    What is happening is because of your intervention, it’s blow back. Good riddance. You are getting to know your new place in the world. Learn to live with it.

  • Problem is – he believes what he says…

  • bg


    BeeBop #64 January 14, 2012 at 3:13 pm

    re: [learn from history]

    you sound like the Islamists who want to
    bring back the good old Caliphate days..

    oh btw, that dang history, go figure.. /s/


  • bg


    oops re: #66 January 14, 2012 at 3:28 pm bg

    oh btw link..

    sorry about that..


  • Mikey

    How can one guy be so smart on domestic matters yet be so blinded and stupid when it comes to international issues?

    Please, someone tell me!

  • wanumba

    #64 January 14, 2012 at 3:13 pm
    BeeBop commented:

    God your guys are stupid.

    Maybe you should learn from history. Before WII the US has always had a non-intervention policy, maybe because your founding fathers didn’t wan’t to become the Empire they were declaring independence from

    OUr Founding Fathers had to declare our first war against the Islamic slaving/pirating states of the North AFrican Babary Coast, which was still part of the greater Ottoman Empire, because they were destroying our neutral merchant shipping in the Mediterranean and holding hundreds upon hundreds of AMericans as slaves, most of whom died of horrible abuse, worked to death.

    Our “neutrality” was not respected by other countries. Our navy was built expressly to take the war to the North African ports where the sultans launched their pirate navies to attack our shipping and taking American captives.

    RonPaulbots are either willfully ignorant or plain out lying to deceive.

  • bg



    Bradley Manning Is a ‘Hero’

    [scroll comments for more, or not, your choice]


    Manning should face court martial


  • wanumba

    Byron York called Ron Paul voters: Mischief Voters…. Democrats and Independents coalition in open primaries to knock out Republicans, then will vote Obama in November.

    WHat’s Ron Paul in all this? Big ego easily flattered by users or active underminer to help Democrats or what?

  • bg


    BeeBop #64 January 14, 2012 at 3:13 pm

    more “history” (not to mention present, :-()..


  • bg


    Mikey #68 January 14, 2012 at 3:34 pm

    he’s not, he just plays the role of “Constitutionalist” as if he literally can
    or that actually will do all the things he insinuates he’ll do, no real plan,
    no perpetration for his own “blowback” consequences.. talk is cheap,
    and i thought Obama’s was the cheapest, well Ron Paul sure proved me
    wrong.. gah!!


  • FurryGuy

    #64 January 14, 2012 at 3:13 pm
    BeeBop commented:

    Your lack of knowledge of history is, to put it bluntly, beyond laughable.

    Ever hear of Teddy Roosevelt and the Great White Fleet?

    Ever hear of Woodrow Wilson and his Great Crusade to Civilize (Americanize) the rest of the world?

    Let’s not forget Manifest Destiny and the Westward Expansion.

    But please, keep on showing your own personal font of stupidity, you might actually be forced to learn something one of these days.

  • bg


    uhg re: #73 January 14, 2012 at 3:53 pm bg

    or that actually = or that he actually


  • FurryGuy

    #68 January 14, 2012 at 3:34 pm
    Mikey commented:

    Regurgitating old, discredited populist garbage isn’t smart.

    Not surprising the Ronbot cultists fail to recognize the creaky age of what their false Messiah is shoveling since they don’t know, let alone understand, the history of the populist and progressive policies being advocated. “Being crucified on a cross of gold” would be a new phrase and idea to them.

  • Mama Grizzly

    Non-intervention was more possible in a non-nuclear world.

    An attack on Iran would be tantamount to an attack on the Moslem world in general. (That’s how they’d see it).

    Iran is busy building relationships with totalitarian governments in Latin and South America, and is backed by Russia and China.

    For more than 35 years Iran has promised to destroy the “Great Satan” America so they can annihilate Israel. They are 100% committed to that goal, both ideologically and practically.

    Any elections in Iran are phony. Everyone in and outside the Green Revolution (which Obama ignored) knows that.

    Ron Paul is backed by Iran and Hamas, Hezbollah, etc. See, the Moslems win any way you slice it. First, if RP breaks and runs as a 3rd party candidate, the election goes to Obama and the jihad wins. If Obama is actually elected against a legitimate Republican candidate, the jihad wins. If RP wins the nomination (not likely, but they don’t know that), the jihad wins.

    The only way the jihad doesn’t win is if we have a Romney/Rice or Romney/West team. The jihad groups and Soros DO NOT WANT THIS TO HAPPEN AND WILL GO TO GREAT LENGTHS TO ENSURE IT DOESN’T.

    Ron Paul is just a puppet of theirs who delivers all their talking points to the American people for them, in a cultural language Americans can “relate” to.

    Ron Paul (in any way, shape, or form) = VICTORY FOR JIHAD.

    Just sayin’.

  • Mama Grizzly


    MANY and MUCH THANKS TO GGMac (on the “Shut Your Mouth” Story):

    #72 January 14, 2012 at 10:25 am
    GGMac commented:

    To #35 Mama Grizzly…

    Please re-evaluate Condie Rice’s qualifications. While still Secretaty of State she stated her opinion of the Israel/Palestinian “situation” – she equated the Palestinians in Israel to 1960s blacks in Birmingham, Alabama. She’s a sweet lady, for sure. However, because she [as a child] was in the thick of the 1960s race horrors – was friends with the little girls burned to death in the church arson fire – she makes the critical error of seeing too many circumstances through that race-based lens. She does it innocently, naively – whereas Obama uses it as a cudgel. The potential result is the same either way: Israel is threatened, and the Islamists score points with the marxist liberals in the US, as well as in the rest of the world.


    Oh dear. Absolutely did NOT know that. Too bad. And too stupid (of her). I can’t believe I missed her position on that. Guess it’s time for me to retire. “The stars, they’re beautiful . . . we never really look at them anymore . . . ”

    Okay, then: Romney / West is the ticket IMO.

  • bg


    #78 January 14, 2012 at 4:38 pm
    Mama Grizzly

    wrong thread??

    was proof presented??

    if so, where is it??

    thanks in advance..


  • Steven G. Poyzer

    Before you blood thirsty neo-cons grid your loins and overdose on your testosterone, for another US instigated interventionist UNCONSTITUTIONAL undeclared war, perhaps you look at some facts.

    Such as:

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  • bg


    whether she said it or not, never mind in what
    context, it does not diminish her in my eyes..

    Condoleezza Rice


  • FurryGuy

    #80 January 14, 2012 at 4:45 pm
    Steven G. Poyzer commented:

    Panetta is even more clueless about what Iran’s nuclear intentions are than Obama. Just because an idiots says something doesn’t make it reality. Neville Chamberlain said the Munch Pact would be peace for years.

    Thanks for playing, epic fail, doofus.

  • FurryGuy

    #78 January 14, 2012 at 4:38 pm
    Mama Grizzly commented:

    So one person’s unfounded allegations without any proof (a link to a credible website) is enough to make you change your opinion?

  • FurryGuy

    #82 January 14, 2012 at 4:50 pm
    bg commented:

    It is easy to make up falsehoods about what people say, and many an idiot will believe it. The Left and the MFM is infamous for making up lies about what people said or didn’t say.

  • Johnny “Havard” Davis

    #64 Beaten Brain tells us that prior to WWII the US was non interventionist; Right on Comarde Cragski!

    Well the term” Great Satan” implies a feeling of admiration and friendship that neo-cons and reactionaries simply do not understand. Just as they regularly engage in unconstitutional wars just as Lincoln did And we all realize the non decalred wars on the French in the 1790s; the Barbary pirates, mulitiple punitive expeditions into Mexico, the occupation of Haiti, the Dominican Republic, Nicargua, the 1918 war against Russia, were all undeclared yet the neocons and conservatives are so stupid.

    Further as the Ronulians believe that the sponsoring of terrorist activities aimed at the US is the same as sending Valetine cards. Yes we should elect the Ronulians just as we made a great pick with the Dear Maximum Leader.

  • Johnny “Havard” Davis

    Wow a quote from the man who is destroying the DOD and destroyed the CIA is supposed to be credible. Forgive me while I find Baghdad Bob more realistic.

  • Johnny “Havard” Davis

    Do we really need to hear anything more from this foreign policy enuch?

  • bg


    #80 January 14, 2012 at 4:45 pm
    Steven G. Poyzer

    January 12, 2012

    technically speaking..

    geesh.. comprehension is definitely not
    something the US should pride itself on..

    bit more here, ie:

    November 13, 2011

    IAEA Iran Report Spins Intelligence

    they’ve been playing this Iran has-has not game way too long..

    it was first discovered by the IAEA that Iran had been working
    clandestinely for 18 years on nuclear capabilities back in 2003,
    when we first went into Iraq..

    oh yeah..

    January 13, 2012

    U.S. warns Iran over military posturing


  • bg


    #87 January 14, 2012 at 5:10 pm
    Johnny “Havard” Davis

    hah, you’re probably still strongly in
    denial of Islamic Banking in the US..


  • Johnny “Havard” Davis


    BG can’t you tell sac when you see it?

  • Steven G. Poyzer #80

    Panetta, Panetta.. where have I heard of that traitorous poser? Ah.

    ‘“As President Obama stood on the podium in the Pentagon briefing room Thursday to outline the nation’s defense priorities, the military stood with him,” reported The Washington Post, as if the military brass had any other alternative than to serve as props for the President. Pentagon chief Leon Panetta, who opposed the Reagan defense buildup when he was a left-wing congressman from California, was there as well.

    Obama’s unprecedented trip to the Pentagon’s briefing room to make the announcement was significant and newsworthy, but there is no evidence that the military officials were there voluntarily in support of Obama’s defense cuts.

    On the contrary, there is reason to believe they would not support Obama’s plan. Indeed, The Washington Post editorial page noted that defense spending represented more than 9 percent of U.S. gross domestic product under President Eisenhower and under Obama’s plan would drop from about 4.5 percent to under 3 percent. The paper went on, “Meanwhile, other than cuts to finance the new entitlements in his health care bill, the president has yet to propose meaningful trims in the exploding costs of entitlements such as Medicare, which did not exist during Mr. Eisenhower’s presidency. Would Ike have regarded what Mr. Obama is proposing as ‘balanced’? It’s hard to see how.”

    Gates’s successor, Leon Panetta, the former CIA director, had a record of opposing weapons systems and military action when he was a left-wing congressman from California. This was Panetta’s record:

    Panetta in 1983 endorsed the nuclear weapons freeze, a concept backed by the Soviet Union which would have frozen in place a Soviet nuclear advantage in Europe.
    Panetta supported a ban on the testing and deployment of new nuclear ballistic missiles.
    Panetta opposed CIA covert operations to undermine the Communist Sandinista regime, calling Reagan’s support for the Nicaraguan freedom fighters a “dirty war.”
    Panetta opposed the neutron bomb, an enhanced radiation weapon designed to counter a Soviet tank build-up in Europe.
    Panetta opposed the B-1 bomber, which was funded under Reagan and is today a key part of the fleet.
    While most members of Congress were saluting Reagan and our troops for liberating Grenada, Panetta criticized the Reagan action and warned against the dispatch of a U.S. naval task force to the vicinity of Cuba. “This is not a time to seek out new targets to flex our military muscle,” Panetta said.
    Panetta opposed the MX “Peacekeeper” missile, arguing it would jeopardize arms negotiations with the Soviets. Reagan had warned that defunding the system would “weaken our ability to deter war…”

    Yet, Gates pointed out in that AEI speech, “The Reagan build-up of the 1980s fielded a new generation of weapons platforms that continue to be the mainstay of the force today—the M1 tank, Bradley Fighting Vehicle, Apache and Black Hawk helicopters, Burke guided missile destroyers, F-15 fighters, and much more.”

    So Panetta was wrong on the Reagan buildup. But he has apparently not learned his lesson, as The New York Times reports that Panetta favors radical cuts in the size of the Army, even beyond what has been publicly reported, from 570,000 down to 490,000 troops.’

    Obama and Panetta Uses Military Brass as Props

    Apologies for the lengthy quote. Panetta is an absolute fricking POS.

  • FurryGuy

    #92 January 14, 2012 at 5:22 pm
    S. Wolf commented:

    No need to apologize; the more the truth about the traitor is said (along with a credible link to back up your words), the better.

  • bg


    re: #90 January 14, 2012 at 5:19 pm bg

    Johnny “Havard” Davis

    Johnny “Stanford” Davis

    eh, samo samo..


  • bg


    #91 January 14, 2012 at 5:21 pm
    Johnny “Havard” Davis



  • common sense has none.

  • FurryGuy

    I do have empathy for the average Iranian who tried to become free from tyranny and were stopped by the same man who encouraged the Islamists in Egypt.

    Being an oppressed populace, possible ally of the US, means diddly to both false Messiahs.

  • FurryGuy #93

    I always back it up with a link. As bg says talk is cheap. 😉

    It occurs to me Hussein can’t get a civilian army as strong as the U.S. military unless said military is shrunk way below needed levels, and Panetta is doing his left wing extremist worst to oblige.

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  • bg


    S. Wolf #98 January 14, 2012 at 7:03 pm

    sure is!! 😆 & thanks..

    at any rate, try the following info on for “size” (as in NWO, which
    is no secret, just not twisted to no end via Alex Jones & Ron Paul
    et al)..

    Global Civilian Security Force

    bit more here..

    [eh, you already know all of that and much more,
    but maybe someone else will a learn a bit more..)


  • MJ

    PAZ:Ron Paul supporters don’t hate Jews. We hate ALL foreign aid. Israel is not our 51st state.

    Uh, excuse me, EGYPT is not out 51st State, PAZ. We give them ALSO, 2.3 billion…But I see its ALWAYS the JEWSSSSSSSSSSSSS.
    1979, Carter made a ‘peace deal’ with Sadat and Begin, the price for this ‘peace’ was 5.0 billion, annually. I see you a$$hats never mention a WORD about fakestine, and the 1.2 billion Obama gave them on top of their 400 million they get every year.
    On Dec 28th, 2011, the dictator, Muslim psycho, Obama gave fakestine another 40 million, BUT, its ALWAYS the Jooo.
    Shut up, liar.

    You are a bunch of Jew & Christian haters.

    Go repent and tell God and Jesus why you hate Jews. See if they will hear your incessive WHINING.

  • doc

    He rends me of a candy bar, you know, the one with the nut clusters.

  • doc

    Heyyyyyyyyyyy…what happened to my word “reminds”?

  • Adi

    Ron Paul has a great empathy for a country that is doing mass genocide against freedom loving protestors, for a country that is financial supporting several terror groups and threatens everyone disagreeing with the mad mullah messianic apocalyptic vision about the Mahdi.

    Ron Paul has a empathy for a country that organizes Holocaust-denying conferences and gives monetary incentives for related books and artwork.

    Ron Paul doesn’t hate the Jews, he is just an “anti-Zionist”. A typical one.

  • Mama Grizzly

    Okay okay–

    This poster GGMac (sorry–had the name confused with someone else on the boards) either is a troll or just got it wrong.

    I RESTORE MY CONFIDENCE IN CONDI. Neener neener neener to you trolls out there.

    Here’s the link. But people (especially you GGMac) YA’ GOTTA READ THE WHOLE THING IN CONTEXT.

    SO . . . I’m back to Romney/Rice or Romney/West.

  • Mama Grizzly

    THANKS TO FURRY GUY AND bg for correcting the information correction. Gotta stay on our toes. Condi is fine. Sheesh.

    The article I linked to in Haaretz is a nice bit of diplomacy on her part, actually.

    “#84 January 14, 2012 at 5:02 pm
    FurryGuy commented:

    #78 January 14, 2012 at 4:38 pm
    Mama Grizzly commented:

    So one person’s unfounded allegations without any proof (a link to a credible website) is enough to make you change your opinion?

    #85 January 14, 2012 at 5:06 pm
    FurryGuy commented:

    #82 January 14, 2012 at 4:50 pm
    bg commented:

    It is easy to make up falsehoods about what people say, and many an idiot will believe it. The Left and the MFM is infamous for making up lies about what people said or didn’t say.”

  • bg #100

    Nope, I don’t know it all so thanks for those informative links. My my are we in the Twilight Zone with the Iranian terrorist Mubarack Hussein bin Obama posing as POTUS? Or just a bad B movie? No answer needed.. sigh. What happened to #99? Oh well.

  • cp

    people who repeat the mantra that “went to war in Iraq for wmd that didn’t exist” are beginning to sound boring. They pretend as if at that point in time, Sadam didn’t himself went to great extend to make the World think that he was preparing some kind of wmd. And they think that the job of gathering intelligence is so easy and if it were them they would have done a better job. That’s arrogance! Many Leaders around the world not just USA were under the impression that Sadam had something too. And not just President Bush but former president Clinton was also convinced that was the case. Sadam himself is to be blamed for his arrogance in leading many to believe he was a threat. If he was still around today, handling the total of threat from Pakistan, Talibans, Iran, SADAM and syria, North Korea at the same time will be just overwhelming. And the Americans could do what they couldn’t do in Vietnam in Iraq. Al Qaida announced that they will take the fight with America in Iraq. They did and they lost. This made me think about how Americans could have also won decisively in Vietnam but unfortunately, because of the communist propagandas inside America, many americans were unjustly demoralized. Vietnamese actually lost their chance to show that in an actual war without the propagandas, they can win america. The sad thing is the communist propagandas inside America suddenly think that the death of many vietnamese population including women and children out in the ocean was okay. I am not an American but I know that America is the world’s last hope for forces of freedom and human rights.

  • bijan

    I strongly praise Paul with his open-minded view and sorry for those Americans who are brain washed by hawkish idiots.

  • Rose

    First, Death goes to Rot, then it goes Putrid and Stench.

    That is where Ron Paul is – at Putrid and Stench.

  • Rose

    “Pacifists are among the most immoral of men. They make no distinction between aggression and defense. Therefore, pacifism is one of the greatest allies an aggressor can have!” – Patrick Henry

  • cp

    Ron Paul open minded? He appears to be the most closed minded and only idol worship his own narrow views about Jews, Iran, Iraq which he believes to be more righteous than others.

  • cp

    The term “non intervention foreign policy” is misleading especially when there are people out there who are bent on using deadly force to make the world to bow before their Religion, Communistic Ideology, Nazi world supremacy. It makes prudent efforts to defend or to prevent threats sound as if they are “intervention” and it makes it look as though those who are suffering oppressions in other countries are people of no values and that it is their problems not ours. It makes it look as though what evil that takes power out there is never ever going to effect us. That is a lack of understanding about how things work and how if evil is allowed to built up strong foundations out there unchecked, it will be many times more difficult to deal with when it finally turn on us.

  • Justin

    Wow…someone talks about non-violence, and you people cringe for some reason?

    Someone assassinated a scientist by car bombing – that’s terrorism – why shouldn’t we empathize with them? Like Ron Paul said, have we not condemned terrorism around the world?

    There is seriously something wrong with you people.

    Iran is not a threat to the United States in any way – and you all want us to start another war. Ron Paul is the only person in a position to voice the opinion of decent Americans who DO NOT WANT WAR any longer. These types of attacks will do little weaken Ron Paul supporters. Contrary to your beliefs, Ron Paul supporters support him because of his message – so your dumbass comments referring to him as our ‘God’ (etc.) are just pointless. If any other candidate stood for the same positions as Ron Paul, we’d be behind that candidate, so stop fooling yourselves. The message is not the man – the message is liberty.

  • Johnny “Havard” Davis

    Justin you are so, you know with it.

    Just think if people like you had been around in 1935. But wait, they were. They had the same views and ideas. They were called appeasers. And their movement gave us WW2, because they knew better.

    And Justin, you are heir to that proud tradition of keeping the flame of ignorance and arrigance alive and burning brightly. It gave us Soviet expansionism after you sold millions out in SE Asia. It is a movement that waves a sock filled with excrement and calls it “peace.” It never ends wars, it only causes them.

    But village idiots need a cause. Any cause. Cue the Twilight Zone theme for the Ronulians.

  • Johnny “Havard” Davis

    Wonder why Bijan would love a nation that exterminates minorities, other religions, other nationalities, and its own dissidents.

    Bet you have a picture of Hitler, Stalin and Satan on your wall. All people who wrote lovingly of peace.

  • BS61

    #109 bijan commented:
    I strongly praise Paul with his open-minded view and sorry for those Americans who are brain washed by hawkish idiots.

    Noone is more brainwashed to me than the RP supporter where Islamic/US history is ignored!

  • Dan Mccarroll

    In Ron Paul’s reality the establishment media does not tell everyone what to think. In his reality money does not do all the talking. That reality is about to become everyone’s so turn off your TVs and get ready for it.

  • cp

    In Ron Paul’s reality, the Belief in a religion or communism does not tell a person what to think. And yet, Belief system that says it is okay to wipe a group of people off the map does tell some people what to think. Belief system that says it is okay to send 6 million Jews to the oven does tell some people what to think. A belief system that says it is okay to exterminate 150 million lives since they are just animals who stand in the way of comunistic ideals does tell some people what to think. And it is not about going to war because we are aware of the dangerous worldviews they fanatically believe in but it is about being alert about how they are preparing themselves to actually carry out what they say they intend to do, such as the intention to wipe people from the world map.

  • cp

    And it is not about going to war because just because we are aware of what dangerous worldviews they fanatically believe in but it is about being alert about how they are preparing themselves to actually carry out what they say they intend to do in consistency with their belief system – such as the intention to wipe people from the world map.

    But of course there is also a belief system that says it is okay to appease and reward the ones who are making threats and ignore the ones who are being oppressed or being threatened. A belief system that says that all the hatred and hostilities against non islamic countries like America is okay because America chooses not to become an Islamic nation and would like to maintain friendship with Israel. Yes, even Ron Paul has a belief system and he is telling people what to think and what not to think.

  • bg


    reality, Ron Paul is a masochistic sadist..


  • bg


    Justin #114 January 15, 2012 at 1:36 am

    December 19, 2011

    Panetta: Iran nukes “unacceptable”


  • bg


    Rose #111 January 14, 2012 at 11:34 pm

    great quote from a great man, thanks for sharing..

    more on the topic..

    Is It Right to Fight?

    btw, Jesus was no pacifist..


  • Santino Fontana

    Wow…reading these quotes I can see our country is really going nowhere quick. Wake up people. Just because we are fed [email protected] and have acquired a taste for it doesn’t mean it’s good for us! Ron Paul is dead on…WAKE UP already.

  • ObamaRomneyNewtSantorum

    I have lost all faith in this country reading these comments. The boogeyman is coming for you!!! BOO. Realize that we can obliterate this country in a matter of minutes. They don’t want war with us so why are we so hell bent on destroying them on the taxpayers back?