Just because RP and his ideas would get laughed out of the room in the 50s (as Tarpley says) doesn't mean that he and his ideas are wrong or
fantastical or would make things worse for Americans, it justs means the people in that room don't agree with the direction in which those ideas would
take us, which stands true today because those people in the room in the proverbial 50's are the same people in the room today. And they love
government (which really means they love power and money), hate people and want to control everything.
RPs ideas are consistent with the constitution. He wants to restore power back to the people which would restore power to the USA. We don't need to
shovel money to continue perpetual wars, we need to take care of our own. It would be a great shift that would take decades because it will take
generations for people to adopt constitutional ideals.
A big problem is the sense of entitlement. Normal people now adopt the attitude of our elected officials, people in power, and people in hollywood.
The brainwashing has left us apathetic and divisive, among other things. There will be no quick fix. There can only be a realization of the truth
and slow shift or we can continue down this road of tyranny and world government until the inevitable crash of epic proportions. We'll just have to
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I would like to add this discussion to the mix ...
I urge everyone from the Left and The Right to consider Tarpleys logic here
Tarpley a Left leaning exceptional mind with a grasp unparalleled by his peers .
And Alex Jones who is a true champion of Human Rights and Freedom hash it out for you ...
This has all been a rude awakening to me
But after listening to this conversation 3 or 4 times ... I get what Tarpley is saying .
Although I support the Ideals of Freedom of Ron Paul his social and economic policies are the worst thing we could do to ourselves .
Listen with an open mind ..If I a supporter of Paul since 2007 when we drafted him to represent our cause albeit a bit misguided can admit my lack of
understanding of the political dynamics we are really facing .
I agree with Tarpley at the 27 minute the Libertarian movement is just as contrived as communism and capitalism are .
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