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Is Ron Paul Part Of An NWO "Trap"?

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posted on Dec, 6 2007 @ 03:16 PM
I'm one of the people who wants to believe that Ron Paul is sincere and honest in what he says he would do should he be voted in as president of the USA. But there's this little part of me that is bothered by how he seems too good to be true. To paraphrase Morpheus in the movie The Matrix, "it's like a splinter in my mind" that won't go away.

So today as I was driving around during lunch break and listening to talk radio discussion about some political stuff, I had a thought that has been bothering me. Is it possible that Ron Paul is a pawn, knowingly or not, to be used by the NWO/elite as a means to expose those voters who agree with everything that Dr. Paul proposes to do? What better way to gather a list of citizens who would stand in the way of the ambitions of the NWO.

posted on Dec, 6 2007 @ 04:45 PM
I hate it when you get "one of those feelings." When something is too good to be true it usally is.

He's not the only one-there's some others who wants to stop the NAU. You have a good point. So what do you do? Vote for Ron Paul and end up possiblity loosing your freedom- Not vote at all and loose it anyway?

Major Bummer...

posted on Dec, 6 2007 @ 05:48 PM
To rely too much on Government is to rely too much on something that is inherently out of your control.

Would you trust your life to a speeding and out of control race car?


Go ahead and Vote.

I'd like to point out this one particular thing though about what is commonly accepted as the long-term thinking behind the NWO;

They rely on these 'pawns', and as such the pawns are where they draw their strength from.

An Army that relies purely it's footsoldiers will find itself terribly undermanned once things start getting dicey, and it is because of this thinking that i believe that whomever would perpetrate a NWO will not rely exclusively on manipulation of the Political Establishment.

So, Go ahead and Vote - There is a chance that it will be worthwhile.

What was that saying again?

"he who dares wins" i believe it was?

[edit on 6-12-2007 by ProtoStrategy]

posted on Dec, 6 2007 @ 07:23 PM
Ron Paul is obviously to good to be true. I put forth that he is actually a Manchurian Candidate, a clone born from a long line of spliced genes from past presidents and porn stars who has been trained as a sleeper agent from birth. While his words may seem to harbor a glint of hope for the American nation all those who vote for him will quickly see him 'activated' and throw the country into a war which has been waged secretly for centuries!

Or something like that....yeah, good ole Dr Paul just creeps me out sometimes.

posted on Dec, 7 2007 @ 01:44 AM
reply to post by John_Q_Llama

I don't think it's that far, he might be just a decoy to take away votes from Obama.
In my opinion, he might be the real deal, although I assume he's not gonna win.
If he wins the nomination and even the presidency, then the question marks start popping out in my mind.

posted on Dec, 7 2007 @ 01:19 PM
I have thought this also.
Perhaps to flush out all those who don't support the two part 'system' that in the end is meant to stifle our democracy.
In other words, all those who vote for RP go on a 'list' of sorts.

I want to believe this couldn't be true, but sometimes you just 'get that weird feeling'.

posted on Dec, 8 2007 @ 11:21 AM
Ron Paul wont get elected because no one can explain economics, history, logic, and psychological conditioning to the average voter before this election.
He is running to give us thinking people a chance to use him to converse about economics etc. When trying to explain him you have to go back to basic ideas and work towards his assertions.
I will vote for him in the primary and vote Libertarian in the election.
He would probably get assasinated if he did get elected.
He is running as a Republican so that he can't split the vote like Perot did.

On the other hand
His complete lack of support from the establishment would facilitate social chaos and martial law. The formal end to real populism.
His reliance on the gold standard would play in favor of the super rich at this point in history. They soon will have the wealth to buy it all. The great depression was mostly caused by lack of money in circulation.
His participation implicitly states that the voting machines and the electoral process in general is an honest attempt to put the most qualified person possible in the White House.

Unless Hilary becomes unelectable she will be elected to further socialized health care. Then all behavior will be subject to establishment permission.

posted on Dec, 8 2007 @ 02:16 PM
Everything that large public groups receive is either of the elite's plan or is assimilated to the plan of the elite.

[edit on 8-12-2007 by Paul the seeker]

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