Wednesday, July 05, 2017

What Do Ron Paul and the KGB Have in Common?

Christopher Jon Bjerknes

Ron Paul is soft selling the KGB's prolonged campaign to ruin the West with the plague of illegal drugs. Joseph D. Douglass revealed this ongoing communist strategy to destroy our people in his book Red Cocaine: The Drugging of America and the West.

Christopher Story, who published Anatoliy Golitsyn's book The Perestroika Deception, discussed the communist goal of spreading drugs in the West (which is today killing off Whites across America), and the fake dissolution of the Soviet Union as a means to destroy Western Civilization, in the following interview:

Ron Paul is trying to glorify this communist subversion of drug "culture" as if it were an issue of "freedom", just as he wants to hand over our wealth to the Jewish robber barons in the name of "freedom", just as he wants to let the Jews poison our environment in the name of "freedom", their freedom to destroy us. In an article entitled, "Ron Paul: The War on Drugs is a War on Liberty, Choice, and Responsibility", published on 24 November 2016, Adam Dick capsulized Ron Paul's [?communist KGB?] agenda,

"Ron Paul lays out the case for legalizing all drugs and ending the war on drugs in a new interview released Tuesday. The chairman of the Ron Paul Institute and former Republican House of Representatives member from Texas tells interviewer Jacob Hornberger of the Future of Freedom Foundation that the war on drugs is really a 'war on liberty.' Paul elaborates that the drug war is a war on people making their own choices and taking responsibility for their choices."

Ron Paul also wants to destroy the American dollar and allow the Jews to issue their own currencies. Paul also follows the KGB playbook when he supports the destruction of the American Government and the balkanization of the United States of America.

On 24 January 2015, Ron Paul spoke to the Mises Institute about his views on secession,

"So I would like to start off by talking about the subject. And the subject of course is secession and nulification. The breaking up of government. And the good news is it's going to happen. It's happening."Breaking Away: The Case for Secession, The Mises Circle in Houston, (24 January 2015).

On 9/11 of 2015, Ron Paul, formerly the U.S. Representative for Texas 14th and 22nd congressional districts, fielded questions from his twitter audience,

"Here's another question, another tweet from VereSapiens and he says ‘Ron Paul do you favor the rights of states, communities and individuals to secede?' We could get into a discussion whether states actually have rights, but I think the gist of this question is do they have the authority and should they be able to. Yes, the answer is yes. I think the Founders of this country believed that the states should be able to secede, they went together voluntarily, it's a voluntary contract and they should leave, but of course, that principle was destroyed with the Civil War, but the community is this whole idea that communities get bigger and bigger and they are looking for more tax revenues. It's really a harm to the people, so big government whether it's international government or whether it's our federal government or whether it's the state or very, very large cities taking over all of neighboring communities."--Ron Paul, "Friday Fun: Twitter Users #AskRonPaul", Liberty Report on RonPaul.com, (11 September 2015).

On 15 January 2017, Casey Michel wrote in his article for Politico Magazine entitled, "Why Russia Loves the Idea of California Seceding: Once again, Moscow is winking at a long-shot breakaway movement in the U.S.":

"In the late 1960s, the Kremlin considered cultivating Quebec separatists to further its own geopolitical ends, but eventually opted for more conventional means during the Cold War. For the past few years, however, those close to Moscow—including those whose books remain assigned to students at Russia's General Staff Academy—have been constructing ties with white ethno-state separatists: the same brand that backed Donald Trump with such fervor in the presidential election. Recently, Russia's gaze has fallen primarily upon Texas. As POLITICO Magazine found in mid-2015, actors tied to the Kremlin had begun cultivating links with higher-ups at the Texas Nationalist Movement, the most prominent separatist group in Texas. Russian backing for the cause ranges from meetings in St. Petersburg to chat about secession to Russian bots tweeting exhortations to "Free Texas!" There are even instances of local Russian officials barking calls to arm Mexico -to reclaim territory lost to the U.S. (The second-most-popular Texas secessionist Facebook page, with its mangled English and Russian grammatical constructs, may well be a Kremlin Astroturf operation.)

But where the Texas Nationalist Movement has sought to blur its links in Moscow—you'll find little public information about Smith's visit to Russia in September—Marinelli hasn't been nearly so coy about his Russian ties. Not only does Marinelli readily acknowledge he lives in Russia, but he has compared his planned California independence referendum with a Crimean "referendum" that was recognized by only a handful of tin-pot dictatorships. Marinelli has further compared his appeals to the Kremlin to, curiously, American revolutionaries' pleas to Paris, positioning himself—or his Russian contacts—as something of a redux of Marquis de Lafayette."--Casey Michel, "Why Russia Loves the Idea of California Seceding: Once again, Moscow is winking at a long-shot breakaway movement in the U.S.", Politico Magazine, (15 January 2017).

Ron Paul, like Murray Rothbard before him, is a relentless America bashing Russian apologist. In a 21 July 2014 article by Lucia Graves published in The Atlantic entitled, "Ron Paul Is Putin's New Best Friend: The former congressman from Texas is making a better argument for shielding the Russian president from blame than Kremlin TV", it states, among other things:

"It used to be that blaming America for crisis abroad was largely the province of liberals. That folk wisdom appears to be changing — just ask Ron Paul. In the days after the downing of Malaysia Airlines Flight 17, the former House member has been quick to attack the West and President Obama for pointing any fingers in the direction of Russian President Vladimir Putin.

'Just days after the tragic crash of a Malaysian Airlines flight over eastern Ukraine, Western politicians and media joined together to gain the maximum propaganda value from the disaster. It had to be Russia; it had to be Putin, they said,' Ron Paul wrote in an editorial Sunday. 'President Obama held a press conference to claim — even before an investigation — that it was pro-Russian rebels in the region who were responsible. His ambassador to the U.N., Samantha Power, did the same at the U.N. Security Council — just one day after the crash!'"--Lucia Graves, "Ron Paul Is Putin's New Best Friend: The former congressman from Texas is making a better argument for shielding the Russian president from blame than Kremlin TV.", The Atlantic, (21 July 2014).

In a 17 March 2014 article Alana Goodman published in The Washington Free Beacon, "The Ron Paul Institute for Putin's Priorities: Former congressman's think tank pushes pro-Kremlin line", Goodman wrote:

"Numerous members of the Ron Paul Institute for Peace and Prosperity have spent years as professional spin-doctors for Russian President Vladimir Putin and other leaders of oppressive regimes, according to an analysis by the Washington Free Beacon.

The institute's namesake, former congressman and failed presidential candidate Ron Paul, recently made headlines when he defended Putin's invasion of Ukraine. ‘Actually he has some law on his side,' Paul said on Fox Business Channel's ‘The Independents' last week.

Those comments follow the line taken by Paul's think tank, which has served as a fount of pro-Russian talking points and conspiracy theories about the U.S. government's and NATO's role in Ukraine."--Alana Goodman, "The Ron Paul Institute for Putin's Priorities: Former congressman's think tank pushes pro-Kremlin line", The Washington Free Beacon, (17 March 2014).