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Obama Reveals His Plan to Take Down Ron Paul and Illuminated Journalist Ulsterman

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posted on Aug, 21 2011 @ 03:27 PM
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It seems to me that American people had been fooled one more time.

They really think "this one" IS a "people's candidate"...

And then you will ask why the elite is using same tactics over and over again.

Because it works.

It works every time.

They fool you.

They give you Bill, they give you George, Osama and Obama, Al, Sarah and Donald...

And you take the pill every time...


For those who support Ron Paul: don’t you see he is just a decoy? A toy created by corporations for the corporations. …and back to the Obama… (check this evil look in his eyes, something is not right with this Ron Paul guy) Read more: socyberty.com...


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posted on Aug, 21 2011 @ 03:36 PM
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What a ignorant website. First they claim Obama is a communist the way he's been giving the wealthy everything they've wanted proves this to be true. And to say Ron Paul is a toy of the corporations is hilarious.



posted on Aug, 21 2011 @ 03:36 PM
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This has got to be one of the off the wall links I have seen for sometime. It doesn't say anything and what it does say makes no sense. What ever the actualm point is other than dis-information. Please try again, or maybe not.



posted on Aug, 21 2011 @ 03:39 PM
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Democracy is the greatest psyop in the history of mankind.



posted on Aug, 21 2011 @ 03:47 PM
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Originally posted by JesusLives
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Democracy is the greatest psyop in the history of mankind.


great, I never thought about it in that way.

interesting.



posted on Aug, 21 2011 @ 03:53 PM
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So, this is the same website that reported that Macaulay Culkin died last year?
Is that supposed to lend to their credibility?

And there's never anyone more trustworthy than an ambiguous White House "insider". Unless, of course, they call themselves Deep Throat.

Ron Paul has been consistent for 30 years. In that time, he has flawlessly proved himself to be loyal to the Constitution., to the country, and to its people. Many have what's called nationalism - a blind faith in the perfection of their country. Ron Paul has patriotism - a realistic view of the state of the country he loves. And more and more people are coming around to patriotism, having to put their blind faith aside, because, for many of them, the imperfection of the nation has become brutally apparent.
If Obama truly cared about the country as much as he claimed to in 2008, he would be doing everything in his power to make sure Ron Paul has a fair shot at taking his place. And if it turns out Obama cares nothing for the country...he should expect a revolution on his doorstep.



posted on Aug, 21 2011 @ 03:57 PM
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in that 30 years that you mention, was Ron Paul ever the President of the USA or in another position of definite power?



posted on Aug, 21 2011 @ 04:16 PM
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I don't know how much you care or don't care about the Bible & such, but note that of the seven churches that Jesus speaks to in John's Revelation Laodicea is the last and it is Laodicea that Jesus says he will spew out of his mouth. Laodicea is a Greek word can be translated as "democracy." I though it was intersting that the news reported that Latakia was under attack by Assad's forces in Syria. Laodicea is now called Latakia. Democracy is under attack. But demmocracy itself is just a delusion that divides people and makes everyone go insane with making up, defending and fighting over perceived rights. Entire races of people are pitted against each other using democracy as a wedge. But soon democracy itself will be uprooted and replaced. And it will be the people themselves who demand it. Democracy is the rope that will hang us. How ironic.



posted on Aug, 21 2011 @ 04:17 PM
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The problem I have with Ron Paul is that he (like every other politician) remains
silent when it comes to the truth behind 9/11 events. He claims not to have looked
into it much, but I am pretty sure that he, like most others of his kind, are perfectly
aware of the nature of the HOAX, and the identities of the real perpetrators behind it.
His silence implies that he, despite his other righteous soundbites, is constrained and is
not as independant and honest as he appears or comes across.



posted on Aug, 21 2011 @ 04:21 PM
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Originally posted by pshea38
The problem I have with Ron Paul is that he (like every other politician) remains
silent when it comes to the truth behind 9/11 events. He claims not to have looked
into it much, but I am pretty sure that he, like most others of his kind, are perfectly
aware of the nature of the HOAX, and the identities of the real perpetrators behind it.
His silence implies that he, despite his other righteous soundbites, is constrained and is
not as independant and honest as he appears or comes across.


agree, that is exactly what I am talking about.

Ron Paul is just a decoy.



posted on Aug, 21 2011 @ 04:23 PM
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very interesting, I wasn't aware of this but it makes perfect sense.

Democracy is one big illusion, big lie while millions are just serfs...



posted on Aug, 21 2011 @ 04:35 PM
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I'm sorry. I am just not seeing the evil look. Just looks like the old frail man that he is. Nothing evil about him.

You could get a bad shot of pretty much anyone and make them out to have some bad or evil look. There are plenty of those for Obama circling around the internet. I'm sure if someone took a picture of you multiple times a day they would eventually get one that makes you look bad.



posted on Aug, 21 2011 @ 04:37 PM
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Originally posted by pshea38
The problem I have with Ron Paul is that he (like every other politician) remains
silent when it comes to the truth behind 9/11 events. He claims not to have looked
into it much, but I am pretty sure that he, like most others of his kind, are perfectly
aware of the nature of the HOAX, and the identities of the real perpetrators behind it.
His silence implies that he, despite his other righteous soundbites, is constrained and is
not as independant and honest as he appears or comes across.



I believe that is just him playing it smart. If you go against the official story you are now one of those "conspiracy kooks" and they paint you as basically being insane.



posted on Aug, 21 2011 @ 04:40 PM
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I wasn't fooled by ANY of those others. I'll be surprised if Dr. Paul is a wolf in sheep's clothing. I'm not expecting any surprises.

It is debatable whether he can win the nomination and even if so just how much he could sway congress, but his character and conviction have a voting history & he possesses an obvious common sense that the others don't. THAT is the difference.




posted on Aug, 21 2011 @ 04:40 PM
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Originally posted by LOLZebra

Originally posted by pshea38
The problem I have with Ron Paul is that he (like every other politician) remains
silent when it comes to the truth behind 9/11 events. He claims not to have looked
into it much, but I am pretty sure that he, like most others of his kind, are perfectly
aware of the nature of the HOAX, and the identities of the real perpetrators behind it.
His silence implies that he, despite his other righteous soundbites, is constrained and is
not as independant and honest as he appears or comes across.



I believe that is just him playing it smart. If you go against the official story you are now one of those "conspiracy kooks" and they paint you as basically being insane.



playing it smart?

if he is playing it smart now what will he do if he eventually become a President=?



posted on Aug, 21 2011 @ 05:09 PM
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Originally posted by LOLZebra

Originally posted by pshea38
The problem I have with Ron Paul is that he (like every other politician) remains
silent when it comes to the truth behind 9/11 events. He claims not to have looked
into it much, but I am pretty sure that he, like most others of his kind, are perfectly
aware of the nature of the HOAX, and the identities of the real perpetrators behind it.
His silence implies that he, despite his other righteous soundbites, is constrained and is
not as independant and honest as he appears or comes across.



I believe that is just him playing it smart. If you go against the official story you are now one of those "conspiracy kooks" and they paint you as basically being insane.


So he is anti-establishment, within the establishment.
This automatically gives us grounds to exercise extreme caution.
I think the conspiracy is deeper than what you suggest, and not just a matter of being
labelled a kook or nutcase. After all, a large percentage of the voting public are convinced
that 9/11 was a false flag inside job (moreso outside America admittedly), and any politician
openly supporting this conspiracy viewpoint would garner significant public support.
But none do. And this speaks volumes!



posted on Aug, 21 2011 @ 05:17 PM
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Ron Paul is obviously, like you said, against the establishment with the establishment...



posted on Aug, 21 2011 @ 06:20 PM
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Originally posted by seiva7
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Ron Paul is obviously, like you said, against the establishment with the establishment...


I have this feeling that this apparent and obvious lack of coverage for Ron Paul is an
orchestrated ploy. He will go on to inexorably and predictably gain the support of the
majority, instilling feelings of revitalisation and hope for the future in the populice.
My fear is that this could all be a distraction and a smokescreen to divert attentions
away from that 'big something' promised and reportedly on the way (2012, elenin,
(faked) alien invasion, nuclear meltdown, poleshift etc.).
I hope I am wrong obviously, but he just seems too perfect, too upright and too clean.
And the Military Industrial Elitist Complex is just too powerful and omni-present to allow
any real threat to develop against it.

'The best way to control the opposition is to lead it ourselves'....Lenin.



posted on Aug, 21 2011 @ 06:40 PM
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This is how scared the establishment is of Ron Paul, making up stories with zero facts (there is literally nothing that makes any sense in there).

Man, this thread is a joke, there is no substance at all.

If anything, I got from the site that Obama is bad and he is trying to undermine Ron Paul (I guess its good vs bad?) So wouldn't that make Ron Paul good?


lol, backfired!



posted on Aug, 22 2011 @ 07:00 AM
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How else can he make change? People say oh, he's part of the republican party...he's in congress, a politician like the rest of them...How else do you expect him to make change? He wants to make change from within. WIthout his position, he's just another talking head that will never make an impact. RE 9/11 etc: The same applies, if he was to 'come out' with his thoughts, he understands that most people can't accept it, and he will never have the ability to enact real change. I can accept that and put up with it for now, as can most Ron Paul supporters.

He's not some wet behind the ears lawyer or businessman-come-politician like the vast majority of the rest of them. He's been in this a looong time.

You can either have faith and assume he's genuine, or go with someone else who is overtly for the status quo and is just the same as everyone else. Your choice.
edit on 22-8-2011 by AR154 because: (no reason given)



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