posted on Jun, 19 2012 @ 07:47 AM
Originally posted by Blaine91555
reply to post by Tw0Sides
No doubt but that's a Straw Man as I'm discussing Ron Paul, not others.
Ron Paul still has that issue of the newsletters over his head and never honestly answered too in my opinion. There must be those of that mindset who
assume due to the letters he is one of them.
Has he ever publicly denounced them?
No, but he should have.
Obviously, the man has trouble handling the PR aspect of his campaigns.
He should long ago have made statements that his positions for freedom of speech should never be taken advantage of by fascists, supremacy racists and
other people whose objective is clearly to demolish and control those freedoms that he is advocating. Plus any time someone attacks "Jewish power"
as this organization did it is a red flag. As soon a Paul heard of this he should have dissociated himself publicly.
"Jewish power" is an obvious slogan, no need to explain it. Criticizing the present foreign policy of the State of Israel, or the relationship of
its ultra-conservative nationalist leadership with the US state, as Paul has done numerous times, to his credit, is quite another.
Only extremists wash these topics together, in this case, antisemites.
But I have also heard (personally) from and about extremist nationalist sympathizers on the Israeli side who failed to make the difference, only, they
were on the other side.
As if it mattered an inch. I think of every one of these rabid supremacists and nationalists as being possessed by archaic instincts which are
incompatible with a true civilization on Earth.