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New Attack: Meet Ron Paul's Jeremiah Wright

An attack on Ron Paul through the professor Dr. Paul quotes for terrorism statistics.

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This is poop...


would you believe those

pricks at WND & Joe Farrah actually supported the Doc back in 1990's?

LOL calling Robert Pape RP's Jeremiah Wright is like calling Jerome Corsi Joe Farrah's Jeremiah Wright.

it's ludicrous & laughable. this shows you how imbecilic those dolts are at WND.

Pape is from U of Chicago, as in neoCon central. In fact he started the research to PROVE a neocon point.

talk about blowback!


Predictions in due Time...

"Let it not be said that no one cared, that no one objected once it's realized that our liberties and wealth are in jeopardy." - Dr. Ronald Ernest Paul

The piece is complete

The piece is complete nonsense. And blowback is a name from someone completely different mentioned below in this thread.

But last summer WND had one of their staff members write a hit piece on Ron Paul, and it turns out that he was one of only a two member team making up information about Iraq during the anthrax attacks, who lost his job and security clearance over it in 2001. The other guy went on to start the office of special plans at the White House, which is itself part of cluster of about 7-8 similar cases involving spying for Israel, making up information, gun running, etc.

All from the office of special plans - the office which is responsible for coming up with the reasons we needed to invade Iraq, is filled with traitors that have been publicly indicted, convicted, and investigated for a wide assortment of crimes. Why isn't this better known? And WND has hired one of the people who helped start it.


Not all the news articles are on that thread, but if you will take about an hour to go look stuff up on the office of special plans, Chenney's staff person, etc, you'll begin to see we've had a small network of 7-8 people in our governemnt in news article after news article for spying, making up information, exposing our spies and endangering them, working for a foreign government, etc etc.

And for the support of this Declaration, with a firm reliance on the protection of Divine Providence, we mutually pledge to each other our lives, our fortunes and our sacred honor.

Did you see the poll to the left, forget the article, this guy

is not very bright, but the poll...copy and paste the web address for tracking. We are losing. Ron Paul will win!

here is the point

the soldiers do not want the wars, the American people are sick of the wars, we are sick of the media who has never even been to service, we want them to shut up about the wars,

the world and America are sick of the 1% telling us how to live or who should die, stick it man we are sick of seeing Rothchild back Huntsman or Goldman Sachs Backing Mitt or some Billionare from Vegas backing Newt stick it man we are broke and we are sick of you all

Joel Richardson's argument is an epic fail

"To cast the radical Islamic terrorists as the victims and the American people as those who deserve blame, which Paul has done, is simply asinine and downright disgusting."

Ron Paul makes a clear distinction between the American people and the corrupt American policy makers.

This piece is nonsense and

This piece is nonsense and disingenuous.

This concept of "blowback" comes from plenty of sources other than Pape including Michael Scheuer and Chalmers Johnson both of whom worked for the CIA.

Furthermore equating everyday police work with invading and occupying two foreign nations unconstitutionally is pathetic. Police are suppose to do police work. The American military are not supposed to be used as a tool for occupation or to enforce UN sanctions.

Also convenient is Richardson's inability to refute a common Paul statement which goes something like this, "How would we feel if a foreign nation did to us what we do to others."

This is common sense. And not once have I seen anyone challenge Paul on this statement in a debate,.......because they can't.

The term "blowback" actually goes back to some of the first...

...meddling we did in the middle east. When we overthrew Iran's elected leader in 1953, Mossadeq, there was a CIA document that said of the planned coup, "there might be some blowback".

There was blowback after blowback after blowback. That led to our hostages being taken, the gov funding Saddam's rise to power, the gov funding Bin Laden, the military bases in Saudi Arabia that were said to be the reason for 9/11. All these events are connected and they all point back to the original "blowback" from overthrowing Iran's DEMOCRACY in 1953... all so the company that would later become British Petroleum (BP) could get Iran's oil a little cheaper.

And so people in the military industrial complex could make millions and billions.

Eisenhower warned us of the power and money grab coming from the military industrial complex... but he was also the one who overthrew Iran's government.

Robert Pape has also come to

Robert Pape has also come to Paul's defense.

Frankly, wnd sucks. They are just one of the many frauds that are connected with Alex Jones - as if NIA and the people that come on his show aren't enough. That entire circle of insider people are losers. They are all frauds.

Wnd and Joseph Farah especially would like nothing better than for America to be a theocracy. He's said it many times. It's disgusting.

Besides, this article doesn't say anything I haven't heard from Santorum or Bachmann, so I don't think it's that big of a deal.

They are worse. Read the

They are worse. Read the neocon treachery thread. They are directly involved in the operation to get us into war in the first place. If they haven't been paid, they certainly have paid at least one of the people directly invovled in it in 2001. He's on their staff. How is that with all the rest of it possible?

Neocons are traitors to America. It's that simple. The anthrax attacks didn't come from Muslims, it came from them.

And for the support of this Declaration, with a firm reliance on the protection of Divine Providence, we mutually pledge to each other our lives, our fortunes and our sacred honor.

How is WND connected to Alex Jones?

I used to read WND quite a bit. More recently I only stop by to find out what the enemy is saying. Joseph Farah talks a good "christian" game but he has been exposed as the right wing tool that he is, and a warmonger, go figure.

I still listen to Alex Jones from time to time and check his web site on a fairly regular basis. While I am not comfortable with Alex Jones being connected to the Ron Paul campaign (for numerous reasons which should be obvious) I know that Dr. Paul is still a somewhat regular guest on his show. As uneasy as I am with this, I have to trust the campaign knows what they are doing.

As far as the connection between Alex Jones and WND, could you please provide some further explanation? The two parties clearly have some overlapping issues and Jones may even link to a WND story from time to time, but a connection, really? I'm not arguing your point, just looking for a little clarification.

πολλα γαρ πταιομεν απαντες ει τις εν λογω ου πταιει ουτος τελειος ανηρ δυνατος χαλιναγωγησαι και ολον το σωμα

Joseph Farah is featured in

Joseph Farah is featured in many of alex's dvds. I can recall numerous interviews where Alex had him on, and frankly, one in particular made me sick to my stomach (the bit about going back to a pure 'judeo-christian government'). Alex also cites WND as "news" when it supports the facts that Alex wants to present.


man I dont see the point, A CIA agent agrees with Paul, and he endorsed him as well, besides that I have something to bring to the table its called 15 trillion in debt like it or not we CAN NOT AFFORD YOUR FRIGGIN WARS

Screw that Richardson...

No meat there at all!

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