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Controversial Group which Sponsored Ron Paul's September 11th Speech Not Releasing it to the Public

By Martin Hill



Former Congressman Ron Paul has finished his September 11, 2013 speech at the so-called 'Fatima conference' in Canada. But if you want to watch it, you're out of luck- unless you were a supporter of the group prior to today. The group which put on the conference, led by a rogue priest who was suspended by the Catholic church decades ago, has confirmed to LibertyFight.com that Paul's speech will not be posted on their site and will not be available to the general public, as was stipulated in Paul's contract.

The twelfth anniversary of the September 11th false-flag terrorist attacks was an interesting date for Paul to speak, considering that he has in the past insinuated that the attacks were an inside job and said that the investigation was a cover-up. When called on it during his presidential campaigns however, Paul waffled, giving a wide-array of opinions on the matter, depending on whom he was being interviewed by and what day of the week it was.

The conference, put on by a group calling itself 'The Fatima Network', began on September 8th and will continue to Sept 13 in Niagra Falls, Ontario, Canada. Tickets to see Paul had ranged from $99 to $299 dollars. The man who heads the group, Nicholas Gruner, poses as a priest in good standing but was actually suspended "a divinis" by the Vatican in 1996 and is officially 'relieved of his priestly functions, primarily administering the sacraments.'.


The Southern Poverty Law Center had deemed the event an 'Anti-Semitic Conference' in the HATEWATCH section of their website. While other so-called patriot groups such as Gun Owners of America, Oatherkeepers and Larry Pratt have bowed to the pressure of the Anti-Defamation League and the 'Holocaustianty' cult, Paul had refused to back out of his scheduled speaking slot.

LewRockwell.com shed more light on the matter, posting a Q & A in which Paul addressed the allegations. Diplomatic as usual, Paul noted he had been invited by a 'Conservative Catholic Group' to speak about 'non-interventionist foreign policy,' and that he found the article alleging anti-semitism to be 'disturbing.' "I have not yet sorted it out, and it makes me uneasy, but frequently the opposition uses tactics which are pure demagoguery and falsehoods, so I'm looking into it," Paul had said. G. Edward Griffin, author of 'The Creature from Jekyll Island' and also well known in patriot circles, is scheduled to speak to the group Friday at 2:45pm in a speech titled 'The Financial Enslavement of the West.' [Article continues here.

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