Who's afraid of the bid bad Trilateral Comission?Submitted by JohnGalt300 on Sat, 05/10/2008 - 01:26
PETRIFIED ABOUT PAUL
While they are confident they can deal with any “potential president,” the Trilateralists paid huge tribute to Ron Paul in an equally large twist of irony, by expressing alarm that he is causing “significant future damage.”
They expressed concern that Paul’s rallies have attracted multitudes of young people who are getting “their political education.” They want Republicans to pressure Paul to drop out now and stop his education rallies. This assignment was given to Thomas Foley, former U.S. House speaker.
The reasons Paul’s “education campaign” strikes fear into Trilateral hearts are obvious. Paul would refuse to surrender an ounce of U.S. sovereignty to an international organization and TC wants world government.
Paul would immediately bring U.S. troops home from Iraq, Afghanistan and from 130 UN “peacekeeping” missions around the globe. TC wants to enjoy war profiteering and global power. Paul would abolish the federal income tax while the TC wants to pile on a global tax payable to the UN.
The formal agenda was loaded with everything Paul and American patriots detest: higher taxes, more foreign giveaways, more immigration, both legal and illegal, into the United States and “engaging Iran,” among others.
“It’s a much bigger event that I ever dreamed, it’s a much bigger event than I even wholly understand,” Mr. Paul said. “But I do know that the momentum is slogging on above me as an individual, and I try hard to capsulize what the campaign’s message is all about, and hopefully this will continue.”
Mr. Paul told the crowd gathered at the American Conservative Defense Alliance that between now and September, his campaign has more rallies and events planned to push his message, which never varies from its “obey the Constitution” core.
“Then I have to have a precise program about how to make sure people stay interested, get information,” Mr. Paul said. “I’ve always been convinced that long-term, probably education is more important than politics. I’ve never had much of a trust or faith in politicians.”