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Elitists Consider Assassinating Ron Paul!

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posted on Dec, 17 2007 @ 07:18 AM
I think the majority of you are missing the big picture here. This isn't about Dr. Paul becoming President or not. It's about the upswell in the country. COle lays it out pretty succinctly. The 'Powers That Be' do NOT want an educated populace. They do NOT want us getting organized or starting to apply pressure to our Congresspeople. We all know the 'election' can be made to go in whatever direction they choose. They have both Republican and Democratic 'options' in place. But if Dr. Paul starts getting face time in the debates and on MSM people are going to start to wake-up in large numbers. 'They' can't allow that.

I believe that as detached and apathetic as the general population is, they still retain the ability to discern the truth when they hear it. That's not going to be allowed to happen. 'They' know we can force change. And that is precisely why they work to keep us divided and distracted.

posted on Dec, 17 2007 @ 01:36 PM

Originally posted by Cade

Originally posted by forestlady
Hmmm, PrisonPlanet...not the best source, however, it sounds like Estulin is pretty legit.
I wouldn't be surprised at anything that group does. I can easily see how Ron Paul might scare them, he is not in alignment with their plans.

Nice find, OP, thanks.

I agree, as long as Prisonplanet continues to use the corrupt mainstream media as it's main source, we should not take seriously !

go here:

posted on Dec, 17 2007 @ 10:17 PM
reply to post by C0le

Spectacular post
But then that should be expected of a Patton fan.

It's not about Ron Paul, it's about the return to the rule of law (the constitution) that he represents. This idea can not be destroyed, but those who purvey it can be. It's time to hang together or hang separately.

posted on Dec, 18 2007 @ 05:49 AM
I don't think that there are any plans in the works to assassinate Ron Paul for the simple reason that even if he is elected Ron would be a lame duck president. The establishment and people who oppose Ron policy's would ensure that it was very likely that Ron would only serve one term. If I am wrong I cant see Ron supporters taking up arms against the US government posting bravado on the net is one thing but in reality the after mouth of Katrina is much closer to reality .

Well that is my 10 cents any way.

posted on Dec, 18 2007 @ 06:04 AM
As I said in the other thread...

His policies are not even smart,

withdrawing from NATO, UN, abolishing the minimum wage, Ron is for free trade but against free trade agreements (WTF?)

No offence, why waste a bullet on him?

I'd rather believe the crowd who thinks he is apart of the NWO than some kinda freedom fighter for America

posted on Dec, 18 2007 @ 09:32 AM
Assasinate Ron Paul? Wouldn't just be easier to rig the elections like they always do? Even if they tried to make it look like an accident, most of the informed populace would know what was really up. IMO it would be foolish to try any sort of assasination attempt unless they actually did want to envoke some strong public reaction. What sort of madness could the elitist bastards be planning now? One can only speculate.

posted on Dec, 18 2007 @ 09:47 AM
The King of France learned the hard way... Seems he lost his head...
Ron Paul will not be taken out now, it's been published here and everyone is now expecting it...

posted on Dec, 18 2007 @ 01:15 PM
reply to post by manbearpig

Prisonplanet is the source for a lot of BS. Show any other site corroborating the sites on Prisonplanet. At least Drudge has multiple sites that can corroborate one another, rather than some unknown writer having an inside scoop.

posted on Dec, 18 2007 @ 01:43 PM
I took me a while, but I eventually realized that Prison Planet--while containing some interesting articles--is run by nut jobs with about a 50% grip on reality. Alex Jones has made several valid points over the years, but he is clearly a conspiracy junky of the worst kind.

posted on Dec, 18 2007 @ 02:25 PM

Originally posted by BlueRaja
reply to post by manbearpig

Prisonplanet is the source for a lot of BS. Show any other site corroborating the sites on Prisonplanet. At least Drudge has multiple sites that can corroborate one another, rather than some unknown writer having an inside scoop.

go here:

posted on Dec, 19 2007 @ 08:59 AM
reply to post by turbokid

Ahh...touche' my friend but, at least in theory, controlling a few key politicians to influence political events and/or markets should be a lot easier than controlling an entire company's employees to sway the polls. And, as always please correct me if I'm wrong, but to my knowledge there has been absolutely no evidence to show that the "national polls" have been rigged? Not one poller or employee, that I am aware of, has come forward to say that their company is rigging polls to support one candidate or another. In fact, the companies that do most of the big opinion polls specifically set up methodologies to assure their results are as accurate as possible. After all, if a polling company's results aren't accurate, who's going to hire them?

Now one can easily make the argument that Ron Paul's true level of support is not shown by the national polls because most of them only poll registered republican voters and Ron Paul's supporters come from both sides of the aisle as well as from independents. I would absolutely agree with that assertion. However, since Ron Paul, right now, is only running for the republican nomination, and has publicly stated that "I can't conceive of (running on a third party ticket) " (Newsweek interview) then at this stage of the game only his level of support among registered republican voters matters.

reply to post by StellarX

Stellar, with all due respect, if you'd care to further enlighten me as to why I should "just move on", I'd love to hear it. For while it is true that I am not very familiar with Mr. Estulin's record, I see no way in which that changes my arguments. I was simply stating that one should always question an anonymous source, especially when their claims are extraordinary. I did not dismiss the claim in question entirely on that basis, nor did I accuse Mr. Estulin of being untruthful. In my opinion, even the best of reporters get fed a load of b.s. every now and then. Thus the source of the claim is very important.

I also fail to see the point you were trying to make in comparing the emergence of ideas from Ron Paul's campaign, to the situation in Haiti. Are you referring to the American Invasion of 1915, to the 1994 invasion to depose the military dictator, Raoul Cedras, and re-install democratically elected Jean-Bertrand Aristide, or to the history of Haiti as a whole, and how do any of these incidents have anything in common with the ideas espoused by Ron Paul and his supporters?

As for the rest of your arguments, no personal offense intended, but I think they are weak at best. You admit in your response that you believe that the elite are powerful enough to control the elections, but claim that Ron Paul's message is so strong that they may kill him simply for speaking those ideas. Again I'm sorry, but I have seen no evidence that his message is that strong. Now, please don't get me wrong, I am not denigrating Ron Paul or his supporters, in fact as a long time republican, I am encouraged by the activism that the Ron Paul campaign has engendered amongst a historically lackluster republican base, but when you are talking about the American voter base as a whole, Ron Paul supporters are still a small minority. Further, even if one assumes that Ron Paul's message is as strong as you believe, the evidence you cite that the elite kill those who threaten their supposed power is suspect. You cite the killings of JFK and RFK to support your theory, but in my opinion both of those killings are highly debatable as conspiracy theories and as such offer no real proof for a threat against those who speak out on Constitution rights.

As for your comment that "the republican party would... love to see him dead for perpetually voting against almost anything that is obviously bad for Americans"; this is plainly ignorant and partisan. I don't feel the need to point out specifically why this is so, as it should be obvious, but I did want to address it.

And finally:

Originally posted by StellarX
I can't see how they will let Ron Paul get too far along in the process but given how far he has come i am wondering just how much they can allow before they step in to silence his ideas if not him. Maybe the time of assassinating important American politicians is over but how much money are you willing to stake on it?

And I can't imagine them (if they truly exist in the form that has been proposed here) doing anything to stop Ron Paul. I foresee Ron Paul doing relatively poorly in the individual primaries, with the possible exception of a state or two and the quietly fading back into obscurity.

It's my belief that the possibility of Ron Paul winning the republican nomination is slim, and the chances of him winning the Presidency in a third party run are even smaller. I also believe the chances of Ron Paul being assassinated by any NWO, elitist conspiracy are infinitesimally small and am willing to stake some of my money on it. God forbid it should happen, but if it does, simply offer me convincing proof, or even a reasonable, sound argument to the possibility that it was a conspiracy and I'll gladly pay you 500 American dollars to fund your "revolution".

Best regards,


[edit on 19-12-2007 by Cypher]

posted on Dec, 19 2007 @ 09:39 AM

Originally posted by manbearpig

Originally posted by BlueRaja
reply to post by manbearpig

Prisonplanet is the source for a lot of BS. Show any other site corroborating the sites on Prisonplanet. At least Drudge has multiple sites that can corroborate one another, rather than some unknown writer having an inside scoop.

go here:

Ya know, you can keep posting this useless thread all you want, but it doesn't make your case. Alex Jones is a whacked out nutcase that has a severe case of narcissism. I listened for only 5 minutes to this windbag say he is solely responsible for exposing a supposed NWO.

There is absolutely nothing this blow hard says that is true IMHO.

posted on Dec, 19 2007 @ 09:54 AM

Originally posted by justanothergangster...they would see this as the "national emergency" they've needed to implement executive orders and take full control. so we remain quiet were screwed we act out were still screwed.

I'm thinking the same thing. I don't think this concept should be limited to Dr. Paul either. An assassination of any president-elect would serve the purpose.

posted on Dec, 19 2007 @ 10:17 PM
Did anyone else see the Ron Paul interview on Glenn Beck’s CNN show last night? At one point in the second or third segment, there was a loud bang in the background, and then shortly thereafter Beck used the phrase ‘straight shooter’ or something to that effect. I just reviewed the video on the Beck website, but it seems to have been edited out. Hopefully it’ll be posted on you tube unedited soon. I’ll be looking for it.

posted on Dec, 20 2007 @ 09:04 AM
reply to post by Ironclad

How would Ron Paul's assasination give Bush any excuse to cancel elections? That's simply not how things work. If the USA got hit with a nuke or some other WMD, and there was mass chaos, and the government/infrastructure were in shambles, that would be an example of something that might interfere with elections, but not the death of a marginal candidate. Ron Paul is nothing more than a political curiosity. I actually agree with him with regards to the constitution, role/size of government, but disagree with him with regards to isolationism, etc...
What we're left with is the status quo- voting for the lesser of evils. There aren't any Democrats I like, and of the front runners in the Republican party, none of them blow up my skirt so to speak(but I'd take any of them over any of the Dems).

As for US bases in Australia- are you claiming that there are going to be 200,000 US military based in Australia? That's highly inaccurate to say the least.

posted on Dec, 20 2007 @ 09:07 AM
reply to post by KnowItAll

Sorry- in quickly scanning your response, I thought it was directed towards me, rather than manbearpig.

[edit on 20-12-2007 by BlueRaja]

posted on Dec, 20 2007 @ 09:15 AM
reply to post by manbearpig

Are you trying to quote yourself to provide corroborating proof?
Seeing as how you willingly accept everything on Prisonplanet unquestionly, it's not surprising. That's my complaint with regards to their "reporting" of news. They use only folks with "inside" scoops, or quote other CT sites(who quote other CT sites, and so on....), but rarely if ever have any other new media corroborating their claims. Of course you'll use lack of corroboration as evidence that other news sources aren't valid or trustworthy. We will just have to agree to disagree.

posted on Dec, 20 2007 @ 09:23 AM
First of all I'd like to remind everyone that Ron Paul will be the guest for a whole hour on Meet the Press this Sunday morning at 10:00am EST. Don't forget to watch!

On topic, my question is how many people will believe the official story as to who assassinated him and their reasons?

Personally, I think if he was to be offed it wouldn't be done JFK style, but something more along the lines of cancer, poisoning, or inducing a heart attack. It would be too risky to off him like JFK. Everybody would see right through it.

To Ron Paul I say "stay frosty" (Aliens) and keep your eyes open my good man. Knock 'em dead on Sunday!


posted on Dec, 20 2007 @ 10:17 AM
Ron Paul had better stay out of small aircraft...he will get Wellstone'd for sure. He represents a wild card that upsets the power establishment badly: He is a shining ray of hope in a dark and corrupt system, and you can bet that there are many out there who want him dead.

I believe that Ron Paul and Dennis Kucinich could transform America: IF the Repug idiots would get out of the way. We still have scum like Pat Roberts and all the other far right wing morons to deal with: The senators and real power people make BIG money off the current system, and they do not want it bothered. Ron Paul could change this nation back to what it should be and can be: but not until the voters kick every last stinking right wing nut job from the congress...anyone who supports Bush is an enemy of this nation.

9-11: caused by the Bush/Cheney/Israel cabal. Secrecy and law breaking of a magnitude unknown in history, brought to you by the Bush cabal. Terrorism brought to you by the same bunch. If we do not get some honest leadership in office, and soon, we are doomed. It will all be over for us. Might as well be east Germany before the fall: THAT is the dream of the Neocon murderers. God help us all.

posted on Dec, 20 2007 @ 04:42 PM
Was I the only one who noticed when Ron Paul's wife was taken to the hospital for sudden "heart problems" the day of the Iowa Straw Poll?

Ron Paul has stated that he understands that there are "certain risks" associated with what he's doing.

Come to think of it...wasn't 2007 supposed to be the year that John Titor said that the US was going to have a rEVOLution?

Thousands marching through the streets with those Ron Paul signs seems like exactly the sort of thing that could be misinterpreted through the goggles of history.

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