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Ron Paul's largest donor, Peter Thiel, was at Bilderberg. Does that mean Ron Paul is part of the NWO?

Peter Thiel was at Bilderberg. http://www.infowars.com/bilderberg-2012-the-official-list-of...

Alex Jones told me that if a person attends Bilderberg that means they're part of the New World Order.

Peter Thiel gave Ron Paul's campaign $2.6 million. http://www.slate.com/articles/news_and_politics/politics/201...

Does that mean Ron Paul is working for the New World Order? Why else would a person working for the New World Order be trying to help Ron Paul?

How far down the rabbit hole are you willing to go?

Or is the Bilderberg conspiracy theory wrong?

Or does the New World Order conspiracy Alex Jones talks about not even exist in the first place, and we're just a bunch of gullible idiots?

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Yes, that means Ron Paul is part of....

the new world order and that we should all support Mittens.
Not. :)

When you find your thinking

When you find your thinking is getting tied up in knotts you should always expect that the very foundation of your thinking is probably wrong.

May be a guilt by association

May be a guilt by association donation.

Carpet posts at DailyPaul.com

Does that mean he/she/it is part of the Ron Paul rEVOLution?

Yeah, thought so...

Would that make RP supporters NWO supporters too?

No. I certainly am not a NWO supporter.

Join grassroots Lawyers for Ron Paul on Facebook:

Don't worry about what Rand does, or anyone else on the Ron's main team, I mean if my daughter killed someone would you blame me?

Join the lawsuit against the RNC fraud. The lawsuit will ensure the RNC will follow the Federal Election Laws as they are.

Federal Laws Proving Binding of Delegates Is Illegal!

http://www.dailypaul.com/236908/federal-laws-proving-binding...

The federal laws are as follows:

11 CFR 100.2(e): ( http://www.gpo.gov/fdsys/pkg/CFR-2011-title11-vol1/xml/CFR-2... ) Defining a national convention as a "Federal Election" for the purpose of electing a candidate for federal office. Which states:

“(e) Caucus or Convention. A caucus or convention of a political party is an election if the caucus or convention has the authority to select a nominee for federal office on behalf of that party.”

&

42 USC 1971 - Sec. 1971. Voting rights: ( http://us-code.vlex.com/vid/sec-voting-rights-19251307 ) Which states:

"No person, whether acting under color of law or otherwise, shall intimidate, threaten, coerce, or attempt to intimidate, threaten, or coerce any other person for the purpose of interfering with the right of such other person to vote or to vote as he may choose, or of causing such other person to vote for, or not to vote for, any candidate for the office of President"

The Republican party is a private party. A legal voter/delegate is also considered a private party. These private parties are separately governed by numerous federal and state laws (depending on their location).

The Republican National Convention; however, is a federal election made up of multiple private parties which serve to nominate a candidate for the office of the Presidency (which is a federal office position).

The Republican National Convention itself is a federal election bound by federal laws.

These two federal laws alone prove that no state law or private party rule can force an individual to vote against their own free will for any federal election. Period!


Lawyers For Ron Paul Civil Rights Lawsuit Filed Court Documents
http://www.dailypaul.com/239370/lawyers-for-ron-paul-civil-r...

Tammy Liberty

If he was there then that's a

If he was there then that's a good thing. Maybe he can tell them how crazy and evil they are. We're trying to reform the Republican Party. Why not reform Bilderburg too?

"Those who make peaceful revolution impossible will make violent revolution inevitable."- JFK

Nobody cares about Bilderberg

Go get involved and change the GOP from within. Quit hawking these ridiculous conspiracy theories and wasting your/our time.

Get involved. Change only happens when YOU make it.

Ron Paul

Ron Paul disagrees:

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=plo-1rLZ3Jo

gold = money
war = health of the state
liberty = prosperity

Alex Jones Coin Tel Pro Cooper his competition DEAD

Alex Jones Coin Tel Pro Cooper his competition DEAD

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=IDGQEBqYq1Q

Please watch the video and really pay attention!

Paul and the nwo

I saw some hapless fellow on Facebook propagating video that concludes that Ron Paul is a Mason and part of the nwo because of the way he shook people's hands on a TV show. I told him that must be a Mason and even Illuminati becauseI shake the same way when I really need to reach far.

Just silly.

Anyone have the number for

A "Jacka$$ Whisperer"?

Share this:

http://youtu.be/yuC_4mGTs98

I have sworn upon the altar of God eternal hostility to every form of tyranny over the mind of man.

The same way ...

All asinine arguements "mean " even more asanine conclusions,

Share this:

http://youtu.be/yuC_4mGTs98

I have sworn upon the altar of God eternal hostility to every form of tyranny over the mind of man.

Actually he didn't give it

to "Ron Paul's campaign".
He gave it to a PAC, which distributes it to a variety of places, and they claimed that they would support Ron Paul.
I haven't looked into exactly what level of contribution went to making ads for RP's campaign.

Aside from that, your post displays ignorance.
Just because you're ignorant doesn't mean other people are crazy.

Aaron Russo had numerous invites because he did major movies

It could be that because Peter did PayPal and backed FaceBook he was on the list.

Peter doesn't strike me as a control freak.

Aaron Russo put Ron Paul on the map after 20 years of going unnoticed.

So don't say things that make you appear stupid.

Connections

But Russo ate dinner with Nick Rockefeller frequently. That MUST mean he was NWO.

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oh hey!!

if alex said it,it must be true
i have an idea,email,write,or call
him and ask these questions to
deacon

If we deny truth before your very eyes,then the rest of what we have to say,is of little consequence

It seems as though it will never compute.

At least not for you anyway...

Oh how I love syllogisms. I can play this game all day.

If A is True and B is True, C MUST be True.

A. God is love
B. Love is blind
C. Ray Charles is God

See how unbelievably stupid that is? Oh, sorry I forgot the title of this comment for a second.

Peter Thiel

is a newcomer to the block. Was brought in due to his wealth and influence and so that they can program him into their way of thinking. I do not think he has joined the darkside yet.

No

The truth about Peter Thiel: http://www.dailypaul.com/comment/2512247

Ron Paul is not New World Order. If NWO ideas include ending the Fed, restoring our sovereignty, having a peaceful foreign policy, promoting individual liberty, and waking up millions, then sign me up! But it doesn't.

“It is not our part to master all the tides of the world, but to do what is in us for the succour of those years wherein we are set, uprooting the evil in the fields that we know, so that those who live after may have clean earth to till." -J.R.R. Tolkien

How about...

...How about bringing in the gold?

Preparation through education is less costly than learning through tragedy

Don't apply the methods of

Don't apply the methods of the Southern Poverty Law Center. (If A agrees with B on some things, and B has associated with C, and C has written or said some intemperate thing, then A is a Hater.)

Anybody sufficiently rich or sufficiently high up in politics is bound to be invited to the Bilderburg conference. The mere fact that Thiel attended Bilderberg does not mean that he wants international control of our lives. He is a man of strong libertarian sympathies and supports Paul for that reason.

Lol...

It means you're an idiot.

Just because you asked the question... sorry I just had to laugh my arse off... if Romney has everything "sewn up" then why do you guys keep trolling us?

"sorry I just had to laugh my

"sorry I just had to laugh my arse off."

Really? It was that funny? Sure the post was amusing at best, but wow, if you laugh your arse off from this post, DP must be a giggle-fest for you from start to finish.

In 2008 David Duke also contributed to Ron Paul....

Did that mean Ron Paul was a racist?

You see the ridiculousness of the logic here?

As Ron Paul said, "people give to us because they're endorsing MY views. I'll happily take their money."

You've got it backwards.

Possible False Flag

Problem for the Establishment: Ron Paul is supported by small donors, average Americans, and active duty military, while his opponents are supported by employees of Goldman Sachs, Merrill Lynch, Morgan Stanley, etc. This is a great selling point for him that resonates with the American people, and his supporters are shouting it from the rooftops.

Solution: Have one of your Billionaire globalists buddies donate a substantial chunk of money (which is actually just a drop in the bucket for him) to a "pro-Ron Paul" Super PAC. Now every time people point out how Ron Paul is the candidate of the people and of the troops, you and your surrogates can reference this as "proof" that Ron Paul is a actually a "fraud" who "the elite" actually want to win.

The more astute individuals will notice that this in no way outweighs the blatant coordinated establishment smear campaign that has been in full force since 2007. But for many, this will at least plant seeds of doubt, if not neutralize the "donors" issue, and is thus a very worthwhile investment.

Excellent point

That's another possibility that people should consider.

My take

In my opinion, the majority of the people who attend these meetings (and other meetings such as the CFR, TC, S&B, etc.) are scum - particularly the inner circle. However, I think there are a few "good" individuals within these organizations. Or course, the word "good" is open to interpretation. There are some people who are honest but have an internationalist philosophy and, thus, are weak when it comes to libertarian or republican ideology. There are some individuals who are rich and powerful and, although they may not be "internationalists", they still catch the eyes of the elite and are invited to these meetings, looking for favors, or offering deals (maybe sometimes these are solely economic deals with little or no politics involved). Perhaps these individuals are invited once and are never invited back again. Some individuals who do not adhere to the globalist mentality are just too smart and influential too be ignored, and are allowed or invited to join these various organizations. I have heard that Robert Pape is a CFR member (I have no idea if this is true), but his book - 'Dying To Win' - was in fact praised by the CFR. Anyone who has read this book knows there is a lot of truth to his work. Carol Quigley was a big insider and even agreed with the globalist agenda, yet he still exposed their plans because he did not believe that their agenda should proceed in secret. Was he "good" or "bad"? Anyway, you get the point. The problem is is that there is simply not enough information about these organizations to really come to a definitive conclusion (at least in my opinion). Though this is the way I view Bilderberg: It's one big mound of garbage. The whole thing stinks - as it's mostly crap; however, there might be a few decent or salvageable items in the heap.

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Jim Tucker's Assistant

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“The God who gave us life, gave us liberty at the same time: the hand of force may destroy, but cannot disjoin them.”

– Thomas Jefferson

Anyone can send money into

Anyone can send money into the campaign.... The campaign didn't screen me to accept my money.... Another neat thing is if he is Bilderburg that will be that much less money they have to spend on bad deeds..