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.Who Is Trygve Olson? RP Senior Strategic Advisor/Traitor? Stay Focused & Involved & Search For Truth.

Please read this article & ask questions to others about this situation. If we care about the movement & Ron Paul, then we will find the truth about Trygve Olson. Full Article from Anti-war here:

http://original.antiwar.com/justin/2012/02/02/can-ron-paul-b...

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Here is more info on this

Here is more info on this character...apparently he's hails from Wisconsin.

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/User:Trygveolson

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Overkill.

There are 6 different threads about the same article, all from the same person.

c'mon

you need something to even out the Rand threads.

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WHO is Trygve Olson's DADDY ??

Excerpt:

“Both Big Business and Marxism view history as dialectical”, meaning that it “proceeds from the clash of opposites (thesis and antithesis) and from this tension emerges something new (synthesis).”

A strategy of dialectics employed by ruling elites, Bolton argues, explains the historical capitalist support for “socialist and even communist movements”, such as the U.S. support for Pol Pot and the Khmer Rouge in Cambodia.

The dialectic strategy is also witnessed today “before our eyes with the so-called ‘color revolutions,’ supposedly ‘spontaneous’ street demonstrations of workers and students which have brought down governments in the former Soviet bloc, including those of Ukraine, George, and others such as Yugoslavia, and the succession of revolts in North Africa in 2011.

All are highly organized, planned, agitated, funded, and directed by the Open Society networks of currency speculator George Soros, and the Trotskyist inspired, US funded National Endowment for Democracy”, or NED.

Bolton identifies the Greek philosopher Plato as the “Father of Collectivism” and explains how, today, abolishing the family, as Plato called for in The Republic, remains on the agenda, having been taken up by Friedrich Engels and pursued by proponents of the “World Collectivist State”. Throughout the book, Bolton cites members of elite circles who have openly stated their aims, such as Professor Carroll Quigley, who taught at Georgetown University, Harvard, and Princeton, and who wrote in his book Tragedy and Hope that there really does exist a network of international bankers using this dialectic strategy in the pursuit of a system of world political and financial control. Quigley’s one criticism of this network was that “it wishes to remain unknown”, while he believed “its role in history is significant enough to be known.” Their ultimate goal, Quigley disclosed, was to form “a single financial system on an international scale which manipulated the quantity and flow of money so that they were able to influence, if not control, governments on one side and industries on the other.”

Bolton discusses the origins of the Council on Foreign Relations and its influence among elite policymakers in both government and the private sector. In case one had any doubts about the real purpose of the CFR, Bolton cites extensively from an official history published by the CFR itself that candidly states how a “discrete club of New York financiers” established the CFR for to influence US policies for commercial interests.

Among the founding members were Jacob Schiff, who bankrolled the Russian revolutionary movement, and Paul Warburg, who was also one of the architects of the 1913 Federal Reserve Bank Act—which, for readers who aren’t aware, really was the product of, yes, a very real conspiracy, planned, yes, in a room on Jekyll Island, to establish a central bank in the U.S. modeled on the Bank of England.

(Bolton also quotes Paul’s son, James Warburg, saying in 1950,
“We shall have world government, whether or not we like it. The question is only whether world government will be achieved by consent or by conquest”.)

much more:

http://www.foreignpolicyjournal.com/2012/03/10/review-revolu...

Jeremy R. Hammond is an independent political analyst and a recipient of the Project Censored Award for Outstanding Investigative Journalism. He is the founding editor of Foreign Policy Journal (www.foreignpolicyjournal.com) and can also be found on the web at JeremyRHammond.com. His new book, "Ron Paul vs. Paul Krugman: Austrian vs. Keynesian economics in the financial crisis", is now available at Amazon.com. Read more articles by Jeremy R. Hammond.

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Let's not sart down the road of venom

What ever self serving individuals are around, it will come out in the wash.

We have to stay focused on OUR goals.

IT is not about RP, it's the message and the movement to take control over the party, candidates, and headship.

To fight and defeat bad legislation and restore the republic

WE CAN EACH OF US CONTROL THAT.

"No army can stop an idea whose time has come"

The venom started down your road...

If this is true. We need to be aware if the movement needs to be purged of trolls like Trygve Olsen.