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Paul Ryan - USA not Doing Its Part in the World - Prepare for More Wars

We might question if Romney or Obama are about to hand over American sovereignty to NATO, and we might expect the Draft to soon follow. Clearly Ryan-Romney plan to continue following the Empire building AGENDA.

Ryan: Obama has left our allies to doubt us
By HILARY LEILA KRIEGER, JPOST CORRESPONDENT 08/30/2012 07:00
Paul Ryan accepts Republican VP nomination at convention, slams Obama for damaging US's relationships with allies.
http://www.jpost.com/USPresidentialrace/Article.aspx?id=283162

"Paul Ryan pledged that a Romney-Ryan administration would "speak with confidence and clarity" in its dealings with the world, and "act in the conviction that the United States is still the greatest force for peace and liberty that this world has ever known."

In stressing that "wherever men and women rise up for their own freedom, they will know that the American president is on their side," he obliquely criticized Obama for not taking a more aggressive stance on behalf of civilians who have rebelled against Middle East unelected leaders. (that would be US-NATO funded rebels and installation of a puppet government NATO can control)

John McCain, the Republican presidential nominee in 2008, more explicitly attacked Obama for not doing more to help Iranians rising up against their leaders in 2009 "The president missed a historic opportunity to put his full support behind an Iranian revolution," he charged in his speech earlier in the evening."

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Here's to Rom/Rye

Zieg Heil!
With my fickle finger of fate!

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Why is John McCain still in

Why is John McCain still in our party? He's more aligned with John Kerry than anyone.

Southern Agrarian

This humanitarian impulse,

This humanitarian impulse, this façade, along with the consequences, reminds me of what the great John Randolph of Roanoke said concerning America’s concern with Greek Independence in 1824.

Randolph said:

This Quixotism, in regard either to Greece or to South America...is not what the sober and reflecting minds of our people require at our hands. Sir, we are in debt as individuals, and we are in debt as a nation; and never, since the days of Saul and David, or Caesar and Cataline, could a more unpropitious period have been found for such an undertaking....

The war that may follow on the one is a distant war; it lies on the other side of the ocean....

It is with serious concern and alarm that I have heard doctrines broached in this debate fraught with consequence more disastrous to the best interests of this people than any that I ever heard advanced, during the five and twenty years since I have been honored with a seat on this floor. They imply, to my apprehension, a total and fundamental change of the policy pursued by this Government, ab urbe condita—from the foundation of the Republic to the present day. Are we, sir, to go on a crusade, in another hemisphere, for the propagation of two objects as dear and delightful to my heart as to that of any gentleman in this, or in any other assembly—Liberty and Religion—and, in the name of those holy words, by this powerful spell, is this nation to be conjured and beguiled out of the highway of Heaven; out of its present comparatively happy state into all the disastrous conflicts arising from the policy of European Powers; with all the consequences which flow from them?....

If we pursue [this] policy, we must travel the same road, and endure the same burdens, under which England now groans. But, glorious as such a design might be, a President of the United States would, in my apprehension, occupy a prouder place in history who, when he retires from office, can say to the people who elected him: 'I leave you without a debt' than if he had fought as many pitched battles as Caesar, or achieved as many naval victories as Nelson. And, what, Sir, is debt? In an individual it is slavery. It is slavery of the worst sort, surpassing that of the West India Islands; for it enslaves the mind as well as it enslaves the body; and the creature who can be abject enough to incur, and to submit to, it, receives in that condition of his being, perhaps, an adequate punishment. Of course, I speak of debt, with the exception of unavoidable misfortune. I speak of debt caused by mismanagement, by unwarrantable generosity, by being generous before being just. I know that this sentiment was ridiculed by Sheridan, whose lamentable end was the best commentary upon its truth. No, sir; let us abandon these projects. Let us say to those seven millions of Greeks: 'We defended ourselves when we were but three millions, against a power, in comparison to which the Turk is but as a lamb. Go and do thou likewise....'

For my part, I would sooner put the shirt of Nessus on my back than sanction these doctrines—doctrines such as I never heard from my boyhood till now. They go the whole length. If they prevail, there are no longer any Pyrenees; every bulwark and barrier of the Constitution is broken down; it is become tabula rasa, a carte blanche, for everyone to scribble on it what he pleases.

malo periculosam libertatem quam quietum servitium

I am an aristocrat. I love liberty; I hate equality. - John Randolph of Roanoke

Have any of you seen the newish documentary Obama 2016?

Holy crap. It sums up the mentality of Paul Ryan and the other neocons perfectLY.

The film is an incoherent, illogical, mishmash of contradictions that attempts to demonize Obama for his "lack" of aggressiveness in pursuing American/Israeli colonialism. It was downright stunning to me to hear it presented so matter-of-factly. Neocons like Ryan generally use softer euphemisms like intervention and liberation and freedom and democracy, but this neocon film glorifies colonialism EXPLICITLY.

Everything comes down to colonialism. It is about dominance over other peoples and societies. The neocons are not 'interventionists.' They are not 'occupiers.' They are conquistadors. (Or more accurately they view themselves as nobility and us as conquistadors).

The intentions of these people are evil. The colonialists of the British empire have reincarnated as neoconservative Republicans. In my opinion it is the late 18th century all over again, but this time we are not the colonists in the New World, we are the British subjects living in the homeland.

Great Post! Thanks. This is a must see movie.

When Rothschild visited New York a few years ago he referred to the USA as the colonies.

Since the FED is a Rothschild tentacle that means that ultimately Rothschild rules the money, America, and the world. He who controls the money rules the world.

He colonizes by introducing central banks into every nation conquered by the American military, or conquistadors. He and his elite friends use our military to conquer, gain power and control , and insure their future wealth.

Start calling them redcoats

Start calling them redcoats

Southern Agrarian

Mat 23:15 NIV

“Woe to you, teachers of the law and Pharisees, you hypocrites! You travel over land and sea to win a single convert, and when you have succeeded, you make them twice as much a child of hell as you are."

*gasp*

out of control tyrants--

it's hard to be awake; it's easier to dream--

It is out of control!

and it is the puppet masters, central bankers, who are directing the global WAR drama.

Ron Paul traced it back to the FED and other central banks in the world. The only reason the war invasions keep going is because the FED prints the money.

Rothschild: He who controls the money controls the world.

The youth of the world are earmarked for the military, and they are being used in wars that are for power and control, and to insure the wealth of the elite.

Romney/Ryan 3rd place finish

& return to the 3rd party status.

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WWW111

Here we come!

Russia and China will stand with Iran

But US-NATO may use internal division, as they have been doing in Syria, rebels paid for and armed by US-NATO. It is high risk to mess with Iran and could lead to WW111. Israel is threatening war on Iran around election time 2012.

Except in America

"wherever men and women rise up for their own freedom, they will know that the American president is on their side"

Right...unless people are rising up for Freedom in your own country...in that case you turn against them.

Ryan

is such a PHONEY and he is using double talk all the time. He does not care a rat`s a$$ about the people of other nations or the people of America!

Wrong

He cares about Israel.

I do beleive you are right about that!

His double talk is a pledge to Israel to invade Iran. Remember all the money Romney got from Israel?

I'm wondering...

What would they do if all (or at least a large portion) of the soldiers refused to fight? Our military is getting sick and tired of this crap.

Yes the soldiers are getting tired.

America is being set up for the draft, and as America goes so will all the other NATO nations. Our children and grandchildren are being set up to be used in political wars that have nothing to do with defending the homeland. We cannot go along with this. The troops are already rebelling.

Ex-US commander McChrystal calls for reviving draft
http://www.rawstory.com/rs/2012/07/11/ex-us-commander-mcchry...

Kissinger once said:
"In Haig's presence, Kissinger referred pointedly to military men as 'dumb, stupid animals to be used' as pawns for foreign policy."

-- Bob Woodward & Carl Bernstein, The Final Days, p. 208

Everytime I see someone use the Nazi-esque word "Homeland"

I want to puke.

November 6th 2012 I voted for Dr.Ron Paul
"We must remember, elections are short-term efforts. Revolutions are long-term projects." ~ Ron Paul

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Combination of 2 things: 1.

Combination of 2 things:

1. They'll start incorporating more and more robotic technology, which would reduce dependence on human presence. Drone warfare is just the beginning.

2. They'll start recruiting poor (most likely illegal) immigrants - literally contracting them out - from Mexico, Guatemala, El Salvador and lord knows from where else. Could even be from faraway lands like Phillipines, Laos, Cambodia, Nigeria, Sierra Leon, Nepal....It doesn't really matter. They'll do it with promises of guaranteeing citizenship, paying for post-combat education/housing welfare etc. I believe some of these things already happen with Mexican citizen right now.

Immoral funding of Military Industrial Complex by Federal Reserve and US taxation system must stop!!!! End illegal/unconstitutional wars! Preserve US currency!
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Probably use immigrants for now.

Serve a term to get a citizenship or some kind of deal. Use them against American citizens and dissenters as well. For sure drones will be on the increase in spite of what Rand said against using them.

They would have to refuse to fight in an organized way

Because many are refusing to fight, but as individuals. As such, they are locked away, bullied, and lied about to other soldiers.

The same goes for our movement. The enemy's power structure can handle pockets of Ron Paulers (e.g. delegates), but if we protested as one, we'd overwhelm them.

The illegals (protesting) overwhelmed them, the city rioters overwhelmed them, the occupiers overwhelmed them, etc.

There may be some organizing

going on in the background, under the radar. They rebelled against Vietnam, and it is coming again.