I want to mention that I'm Jewish (though not religious) and I'm a big supporter of Ron Paul. I'm assuming Glenn Greenwald is also Jewish and it's pretty clear he's not "pro-establishment".
But keep in mind that Ron Paul talks about people as individuals rather than seeing them in groups. That's why he always talks about individual rights rather than group rights. He doesn't think there should be "women's rights" and "gay rights" and "minority rights", etc. He believes that there should only be "individual rights". When you see people as individuals rather than seeing their group affiliations then being "anti-[fill in the group]" makes no sense. If you truly are a supporter of Ron Paul I'd suggest you think about that.