Ron Paul and the Protocols of the Neo-Con Elders


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Congressman Ron Paul is a Trojan Horse in conservative America. Deluded by his unjustly-appropriated mantras, “Constitutional Conservative and Washington Outsider,” citizens seeking alternatives to politicians who have betrayed principles of fiscal and social conservatism, have dragged the Paulist edifice into their stronghold and reconsidered its potential. Rep. Paul’s triumph in the CPAC Straw Poll is evidence he has profited from the dire economic situation, occupation of the White House by Marxists, and the failure of the GOP to offer credible candidates articulating a coherent system of policies beyond rhetoric.

Conservatives must study the geo-political philosophy hidden within Ron Paul’s message. Those dismissing his Foreign Policy as inconsequential, compared to tax reform, will still suffer the consequences of his foreign policy, were he ever to become President.

Ron Paul’s political perspective is based upon the belief that America is controlled by a small group of bellicose imperialists, Neo-Cons. Through financial manipulation and military aggression, they substitute their agenda for the common good of the United States in order to establish national Orwellian servitude and world dominance.

In his article, “We Have Been Neo-Conned,” Ron Paul asked:

“Who’s really in charge? Someone is responsible, and it’s important that those of us who love liberty, and resent big-brother government, identify the philosophic supporters who have the most to say about the direction our country is going…imposing our vision of good government on everyone else in the world with some form of utopian nation building? Precise philosophic ideas prompted certain individuals to gain influence to implement these plans. The neoconservatives – a name they gave themselves – diligently worked their way into positions of power and influence. They documented their goals, strategy and moral justification for all they hoped to accomplish. Above all else, they were not and are not conservatives dedicated to limited, constitutional government.”

Ron Paul compiled a list of common opinions held by Neo-Cons. This list bears a striking resemblance to the fraudulent Protocols of the Elders of Zion. There is no intent here to assert that Paul agrees with this anti-Semitic fabrication. The comparison serves to illustrate that those who believe in global manipulation by a shadow government, attribute identical philosophy and methodology to those they believe are plotting geo-political omnipotence.

Ron Paul – Neo Cons

“They agree with Trotsky on permanent revolution, violent as well as intellectual.”

Protocols of Zion

“We appear on the scene as alleged saviors of the worker from this oppression when we propose to him to enter the ranks of our fighting forces – Socialists, Anarchists, Communists – to whom we always give support…By want and the envy and hatred which it engenders we shall move the mobs and with their hands we shall wipe out all those who hinder us on our way.”

Ron Paul

“They accept the notion that the ends justify the means – that hard-ball politics is a moral necessity.”

Protocols

“Out of the temporary evil we are now compelled to commit will emerge the good of an unshakable rule, which will restore the regular course of the machinery of the national life…the result justifies the means. Let us, however, in our plans, direct our attention not so much to what is good and moral as to what is necessary and useful.”

Ron Paul

“They express no opposition to the welfare state.”

Protocols

“Our power is in the chronic shortness of food and physical weakness of the worker because by all that this implies he is made the slave of our will, and he will not find in his own authorities either strength or energy to set against our will. Hunger creates the right of capital to rule the worker more surely than it was given to the aristocracy by the legal authority of kings.”

Ron Paul

“They are not bashful about an American empire; instead they strongly endorse it.”

Protocols

“We must be in a position to respond to every act of opposition by war with the neighbors of that country which dares to oppose us: but if these neighbors should also venture to stand collectively together against us, then we must offer resistance by a universal war. We must compel the governments of the to take action in the direction favored by our widely conceived plan, already approaching the desired consummation.”

Ron Paul

“They believe lying is necessary for the state to survive.”

Protocols

“The political has nothing in common with the moral. The ruler who is governed by the moral is not a skilled politician, and is therefore unstable on his throne. He who wishes to rule must have recourse both to cunning and to make-believe. Great national qualities, like frankness and honesty, are vices in politics, for they bring down rulers from their thrones more effectively and more certainly than the most powerful enemy. Such qualities must be the attributes of the kingdoms of the goyim, but we must in no wise be guided by them.”

Ron Paul

“They believe a powerful federal government is a benefit.”

Protocols

“We shall create an intensified centralization of government in order to grip in our hands all the forces of the community. We shall regulate mechanically all the actions of the political life of our subjects by new laws.”

Ron Paul

“They believe pertinent facts about how a society should be run should be held by the elite and withheld from those who do not have the courage to deal with it.”

Protocol

“It must be understood that the might of a mob is blind, senseless and un-reasoning force ever at the mercy of a suggestion from any side. The blind cannot lead the blind without bringing them into the abyss; consequently, members of the mob, upstarts from the people even though they should be as a genius for wisdom, yet having no understanding of the political, cannot come forward as leaders of the mob without bringing the whole nation to ruin. “

Ron Paul

“Using American might to force American ideals on others is acceptable. Force should not be limited to the defense of our country.”

Protocol

“Our State, marching along the path of peaceful conquest, has the right to replace the horrors of war by less noticeable and more satisfactory sentences of death, necessary to maintain the terror which tends to produce blind submission. Therefore it is not so much by the means themselves as by the doctrine of severity that we shall triumph and bring all governments into subjection to our super-government. It is enough for them to know that we are too merciless for all disobedience to cease. We count upon attracting all nations to the task of erecting the new fundamental structure, the project for which has been drawn up by us. This is why, before everything, it is indispensable for us to arm ourselves and to store up in ourselves that absolutely reckless audacity and irresistible might of the spirit which in the person of our active workers will break down all hindrances on our way.”

Ron Paul

“They endorse attacks on civil liberties, such as those found in the Patriot Act, as being necessary.”

Protocols

“When it becomes necessary for us to strengthen the strict measures of secret defense we shall arrange a simulation of disorders or some manifestation of discontents finding expression through the co-operation of good speakers. Round these speakers will assemble all who are sympathetic to his utterances. This will give us the pretext for domiciliary prerequisitions and surveillance.”