posted on Aug, 31 2011 @ 08:30 AM
Well this thread caught my eye and I feel it's about time I wrote my first comment, so here it goes...
Now, what makes this "Ron Paul" different from Obama?
From what I've seen of Ron Paul (and I'll admit it's not much) he seems sincere - for a politician - and wants to seriously talk about real issues
and he actually answers questions directly (a skill which eludes most politicians).
So for me that's what sets him apart from Obama and every other politician right away but, however -
- I've been researching ancient history and been reading between the lines lately and if I hadn't then I might think that you were talking crazy
when you say that there are non human entities (Reptilians) wielding influence over the human population.
It does sound crazy but, when you realize that ancient civilizations from all over the world have talked/wrote about similar beings (Look at the
Sumerian texts) then you have to begin to wonder weather or not there is some truth to this information. Clearly David Icke has been allowed to get
away with talking about this for quite some time now and I wonder weather he has been allowed to simply because his claims are so out there that "The
Powers at Be" let him because they know that the majority of the population will never take him seriously - and I remain skeptical of him myself
although I believe some of his information to be truthful.
So, getting back to the original point about weather or not Ron Paul is Illuminati or not I would ask these questions:
Are the Illuminati aware that people are rapidly wakening up to the elitists lies and scandals across the globe?
Would they deliberately put someone like Ron Paul into the political game at a time like this in order to give us hope?
Are we so predictable?
At the end of the day if you decide to vote or do not vote, does it really make a difference?
That's all from me at the moment, I have my own beliefs and they work for me all I would say to everyone is remain skeptical but look a little deeper