Ron Paul: Emotional speech to Congress.....Revolution. Awesome.

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posted on Apr, 24 2011 @ 12:17 PM
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he is indeed an amazing man but there's too much corruption from within even if he did get elected he'd get shot in the head like the kennedy's as unfortunate as this may seem but i keep fighting to give me time to think of what i should do




posted on Apr, 24 2011 @ 12:23 PM
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I'm waiting for the "usual suspects" to come on and start piping off about how "unAmerican" and "unpatriotic" Dr. Paul is for saying these things, just as they try to level the same charges against me (and others) for the same sentiment. It seems as if there are a bunch of people who think that disagreeing with the status quo -or calling attention to its contradictory nature- is somehow a disservice to the fabric of America, while ignoring the fact that this kind of sentiment is the exact definition of what "Americanism" is. Liberty and in fact America itself, is entirely independent on its citizens speaking out against the unjust (and unconstitutional), while holding their government accountable. It strikes me as so sad that our society has degraded so much and that the weave our nation has been so forgotten, that anyone could falsely believe that disagreeing with government policy or calling attention to breeches of our Constitution, is synonymous with "unAmericanism". When in fact, it is "unAmerican" to blindly support any politician or policy without upholding our responsibility as American citizens to steward this country in the right direction, as to keep upright the pillars of what made this country and the fabric of the same, intact.

It is the MSM, particularly outlets like FOX News and CNN, both active components and beneficiaries of the status-quo, who are rewriting the ideals of Americanism and leading people to falsely believe that "America" is the government and the politicians who have its reigns. It is the politicians and in fact government itself who is supposed to be in service to the people, not the other way around. We don't elect these politicians to make choices in our stead, but rather to put into action, the choices that we make as a country.

Ron Paul seems to be one of the very few politicians in government, who truly defines what it means to be American, whether you agree with his politics or not.


--airspoon



posted on Apr, 24 2011 @ 12:35 PM
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Originally posted by wcitizen
This speech to Congress by Ron Paul is awesome, he talks of the nightmare, the insanity, the psychopathy and the need to turn this around.....through revolutionary changes.

This man has some courage. I pray that he remains safe.

www.youtube.com...

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Assassinating Dr Paul would only create a martyr, and seal the the violent end to the financial elite. The man has a massive following despite media efforts to suppress him. He has shattered campaign funding records with not so much as 1 DIME from corporate donations. ALL private citizens!
He will not be challenged or accused of being unamerican. His voting record in strict compliance to the US Constitution is just something the string pullers don't want any light shined on. His ideas make sense. So they continue to ignore his existance.
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posted on Apr, 24 2011 @ 12:36 PM
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Hardly anyone knows about or who Ron Paul is. They even places a pawn named Ron Paulsen to divert Ron Paul listings. The Media constantly bash's on Ron Paul, and he is rarely shown on any major network. Ron Pauls only real source of support is 90% from the internet.



posted on Apr, 24 2011 @ 01:14 PM
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Thanks for those very enlightening videos. It is truely gobsmacking how rampant evil is. I had a dream a few nights ago where I seeing the north american continent in a fast forward time lapse through the eyes an american indian spirit. I was truely awe stricken by the flow and force of evil. It surely is beyond us as individuals, we can only hope that when the tower is felled, we aren't under it!



posted on Apr, 24 2011 @ 01:31 PM
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Originally posted by pikypiky
Great amount of truth. Questions are: Who or what created these chaotic problems and who or what will end up footing the bills?


The Central Bank. Us.



posted on Apr, 24 2011 @ 01:45 PM
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Every single time I see Ron Paul interviewed he makes so much sense.

It's amazing that TPTB have let this guy continue as long as he has, and now his torch will be carried on by his son.

I hope they both remain safe.



posted on Apr, 24 2011 @ 01:50 PM
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Originally posted by David291
I wish we had someone like him in the UK>.>
2nd line.


There are plenty of prospective leadres in the UK that will talk any kind of BS to get themselves elected, it's what they might be able to actually deliver that's important.



posted on Apr, 24 2011 @ 01:53 PM
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Originally posted by lifeissacred
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I wish more people could see politics for what it really was instead of just looking for someone to blame. Even myself in the past I've fallen pray to bigotted ideas and worldviews and the sort of xenophobia which is pretty much rampant throughout Britain, albeit this was quite briefly and when I had alot of other personal problems getting me down, but the catalysts for such behaviour are everywhere, driven by the media and all of the mainstream parties are out to capitalise on them whilst at the same time failing to act either way.

The main difference between Britain and the US however is the lack of a genuine movement campaigning for civil liberties. The attitude of many over here is largely adverse to the creeping surveillance state etc, the only real opposition of said policy tends to come from the left. Socialist, communist and anarchist groups are generally the few who tend to publically declare their opposition to the nanny state we've become acustomed to, everyone else seems to have that old wartime mentality 'keep calm and carry on'.

I suppose even if there was a carbon copy of Ron Paul over here he wouldn't be given the light of day in the media and would probably just be written off by most people and would fade into oblivion. For that reason I genuinely envy the US, it's one of the few places in the world where there actually is a tradition of being committed to the limiting of government power, it's just a shame the reputation of the American people is often unfairly twisted by some bad foreign policy decisions on behalf of your government.
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I don't understand what you want? Tony Benn? Do you follow politics? Do you vote? Ron Paul gives a lot of talk, but to what avail, talking is easy, doing is the tricky bit.



posted on Apr, 24 2011 @ 02:07 PM
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Why can't I just eat my waffle?
Barack Obama



posted on Apr, 24 2011 @ 02:35 PM
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That was an awesome speech!

I fear Ron Paul won't live long because of that speech!Look at what happen to JFK after that speech about secret societies!Was JFK a conspiracy theorists too?

Michael Jackson started talking about conspiracies against him and he mysteriously died!Martin Luther King..Bob Marley..John Lennon..All died too early and under mysterious circumstances!

Any talk of revolution or of a corrupt government ALWAYS ends up bad for the person/s!Hopefully with all the attention Ron Paul is getting concerning him and his talk of a corrupt government(not in those words)they will leave him alone.

I have a feeling that he might die from "natural causes" or an "accident" somehow!I hope I am wrong!Ron Paul is that voice we all need!



posted on Apr, 24 2011 @ 02:35 PM
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Nice speech.

If anyone is wondering what that song is (the best part is cut off - the last few minutes), it's Hans Zimmer's "A Small Measure of Peace" from The Last Samurai.

Peace & Love.



posted on Apr, 24 2011 @ 02:47 PM
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"Give me control of a nation's money and I care not who makes it's laws" -- Mayer Amschel Bauer Rothschild

The world will come to pass one day humanity will become enslaved the enforcers will protect the elites from the masses and we will be herded like cattle. The end will be near as TPTB setup their system of dystopia. Humanity will look back and wonder what happened they will ask; How Did This Come To Be.

A man sitting on the Street corner with his head down cloaked by the dark of the ominous night will tell them. We did not resists the slow transition into this Dystopia TPTB, Slowly perpetuated the Fear and Terror we have been accustomed to submit our freedom and liberty and privacy for. They have deceived us. Throughout the Annals of history we had ignored the warning signs and were steeped in our own ignorance.

Then Slowly TPTB when they had the ability used their Enforcers (Military,Police) To enslave the populous and use their advanced technology and RFID mark of the beast so only the comformists could use funds to put food on their table; The Resistance starved to Death and/or were put in Concentration camps.

The rest of the conformists merely walked by as the old man told the story and the man who asked came to the realisation the ramifications of what was upon him and fell to his knees in anguish.

The Elites Sat in their chairs with their Top hats on Deviously Laughing "We Have Done it"



posted on Apr, 24 2011 @ 03:01 PM
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Originally posted by Misoir
I would have loved it even more if it was recent.


But S+F nonetheless because it was a great speech from a great man.


I almost cried with him,but i was gasping for air from laughing at how phony the message was,plus its old,flag and double flag for this bs.
Cry me a time capsule so we can go back in time and not elect bush,that would solve 99.4% of the problems we have today. what a joke !

And to thank jesus actually died for this BS.



posted on Apr, 24 2011 @ 03:11 PM
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What a great man Ron Paul is - unfortunately, he is too late to do anything....the damage is already done. The system requires a collapse before anything can be rebuilt.

Also, he doesn't stand a chance to get elected - the establishment will make sure he doesn't.


as to those who believe the carp that all these issues started with Bush, I pity your ignorance

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posted on Apr, 24 2011 @ 03:22 PM
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Originally posted by GodIsPissed
That was an awesome speech!

I fear Ron Paul won't live long because of that speech!Look at what happen to JFK after that speech about secret societies!Was JFK a conspiracy theorists too?

Michael Jackson started talking about conspiracies against him and he mysteriously died!Martin Luther King..Bob Marley..John Lennon..All died too early and under mysterious circumstances!

Any talk of revolution or of a corrupt government ALWAYS ends up bad for the person/s!Hopefully with all the attention Ron Paul is getting concerning him and his talk of a corrupt government(not in those words)they will leave him alone.

I have a feeling that he might die from "natural causes" or an "accident" somehow!I hope I am wrong!Ron Paul is that voice we all need!



If any of what you say is true, then the citizens of the US should become aware that their country is held hostage by a grim, evil and organised organisation deep embedded in the US government.



posted on Apr, 24 2011 @ 03:31 PM
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Revolution is the only answer

Thats why the gubberment has declared us all terrorists for wanting change, when in reality, they are the terrorists protecting themselves from us.



posted on Apr, 24 2011 @ 03:45 PM
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Originally posted by Hendrix92TheUniverse
Dr. Paul is one of two politicians that I trust, the other is Dennis Kucinich.

But Ron is #1 in my opinion,

Founding father status clearly.


"Founding father status"? What is that? Being a wealthy, land-owning aristocrat with connections to European royalty and a large collection of slaves?



posted on Apr, 24 2011 @ 03:59 PM
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Originally posted by Hendrix92TheUniverse
Dr. Paul is one of two politicians that I trust, the other is Dennis Kucinich.

But Ron is #1 in my opinion,

Founding father status clearly.


I don't quite trust him, but from seeing what else is available - he is the best choice (but I can see how you can give him founding father status - he is the closest that has shown those ideals in a long, long time)


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posted on Apr, 24 2011 @ 04:01 PM
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Originally posted by babybunnies
Every single time I see Ron Paul interviewed he makes so much sense.

It's amazing that TPTB have let this guy continue as long as he has, and now his torch will be carried on by his son.

I hope they both remain safe.

No, his son is a whack job, he's nothing like his father. Don't trust Rand Paul!





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