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Bilderberg Group Thiel is listed as a member of the Steering Committee of The Bilderberg Group, a controversial group of influential business and government leaders who meet annually behind closed doors under a media blackout to discuss world issues.
When asked about his political beliefs in a 2006 United Press International interview, Thiel stated, "Well, I was pretty libertarian when I started [in business]. I'm way libertarian now." In December 2007, he endorsed Ron Paul for President. In a two-part article for the Cato Institute, Thiel wrote: "I no longer believe that freedom and democracy are compatible." Thiel later clarified several of his initial statements in a follow-up essay, stating that, "While I don’t think any class of people should be disenfranchised, I have little hope that voting will make things better.
Originally posted by Jazzyguy
Don't vote at all. RP is a globalist, google Peter Thiel.
Originally posted by MrWendal
Fact is, Peter Thiel in 2004 endorsed Ron Paul for President. Anyone can come out and endorse a Candidate, that is not something that can be controlled. However, I fail to see how this proves Ron Paul is a globalist. Can you expend on this for me?