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Dr.Ron Paul's message of TRUTH is Universal for the World.
Support Dr. Ron Paul and his VISION, the whole world will benefit.
Some of the videos and information on this page are from the 2008 presidential campaign. It is just as relevant today as it was then for the simple reason, Ron Paul is steadfast and unwavering in his principles, and his positions on the issues.
What is it the elite are aware of that makes them so nervous?
Anybody that thinks it will matter if somebody besides Ron Paul replaces Obama does not truly understand the situation at hand.
Anybody thinking it will make any difference at all between one or the other establishment hack's getting elected, is a person suffering in great denial.
This is the first election in the history of The Constitutional Republic of the U.S.A. to be held during a revolution.
What needs to be understood?
The game has changed. This is much more than a presidential election.
People need to recognize this as the last stand.
The old thinking and reasoning about presidential elections does not apply this time around.
New thinking and reasoning needs to be instilled in the populace.
Not voting will be recognized as a vote against the populace and a vote to support the establishment.
If you refuse to vote this time your statement will be that you approve of what the “Old Guard” is doing.
The “Old Guard” is the establishment Republicans and Democrats.
This is a revolution not an election.
This is a revolution of the minds. This is a revolution of the attitude of the populace.
The 2012 election is a very small part of what is happening.
Ron Paul is presenting the U.S. citizens the opportunity to show the world that they do not approve of what the U.S. government is doing around the world in their name with their money.
Ron Paul is presenting the opportunity to expose the election fraud that exists in the U.S.
Ron Paul is presenting the opportunity to unite the populace and cause change.
This time around, the campaign is more important than the election.
Do not let it slip away.
The message is becoming undeniably loud and clear and believe me the whole world is paying attention to Ron Paul.
This is a revolution not an election.
Votes may not determine the outcome of the election but votes will effect the outcome of the revolution. Use your vote wisely to benefit yourself. Your vote has never been more valuable than it is in this election. Don't waste it on the “Old Guard” and don't waste it by not voting. Use it to advance the cause. Get involved in the campaign.
Support the movement.
It is as serious as any revolution before.
You can make a deliberate choice on the morning of November 6th .
Until then throw your energy and support behind the revolution.
| Do not throw away an opportunity to make the strongest statement in USA's history.
Think long and hard about what is going on today and what it means for your future.
This could very seriously be the last stand.
The whole world is watching what is going on in the USA. Ron Paul has more International support than any politician in American history,
The elite are completely aware of it and that is what's making them very nervous?
The people that fleece and plunder the populace are more serious about what they are doing than the populace are about stopping it.
The full intent of the “Old Guard” is to make the populace all losers.
So what are the options?
Option 1. Try and guess who will win so you can vote for the winner, making you a loser that feels like a winner.
Option 2. Vote according to some kind of loyalty to the “Old Guard” that are glad you don't know your a loser.
Option 3. Don't vote and pretend your not a loser.
Option 4. Support the revolution and vote the revolution. Make an honest effort to cut the losses.
Walk the walk of winners.
Even my Latin American friends were telling V.P. Biden enough is enough.
The war on drugs is a farce. They intend to legalize and abandon the war.
They no longer care what position the U.S. takes.
People all over the world are fed up with the U.S. Government.
U.S. Citizens need to get with it.
This could very seriously be the last stand.
The Federal Reserve Monopoly over Money
April 9, 2007
The topic that morning was the state of the American economy, and many of my colleagues raised questions about how the Fed might better "regulate" things to ease fears of an economic downturn. The tenor of my colleagues' questions suggested that Mr. Bernanke's job is nothing less than to run the U.S. economy, like some kind of Soviet central planner.
Why do we accept without objection that a small group of people on the Federal Reserve Board wields so much power over our economic well-being?
Is centralized, monopoly control over our money even compatible with a supposedly free-market economy?
But even as they strive to earn a living, and hopefully save or invest for the future, Congress and the Federal Reserve Bank are working insidiously against them.
Day by day, every dollar you have is being devalued.
The greatest threat facing America today is the disastrous fiscal policies of our own government, marked by shameless deficit spending and Federal Reserve currency devaluation.
It is this one-two punch-- Congress spending more than it can tax or borrow, and the Fed printing money to make up the difference-- that threatens to impoverish us by further destroying the value of our dollars.
Inflation destroys the buying power of their fixed incomes, while low interest rates reduce any income from savings.
So while Fed policies encourage younger people to over borrow because interest rates are so low, they also punish thrifty older people who saved for retirement.
Both political parties want the Fed to print more money, either to support social spending or military adventurism.
Politicians want the printing presses to run faster and create more credit, so that the economy will be healed like magic- or so they believe.
Spendthrift politicians may love a system that generates more and more money for their special interest projects, but the rest of us have good reason to be concerned about our monetary system and the future value of our dollars.
May 2, 2007
Madam Speaker, I rise to introduce the Health Freedom Protection Act. This bill restores the First Amendment rights of consumers to receive truthful information regarding the benefits of foods and dietary supplements by codifying the First Amendment standards used by federal courts to strike down the Food and Drug Administration (FDA) efforts to censor truthful health claims. The Health Freedom Protection Act also stops the Federal Trade Commissions (FTC) from censoring truthful health care claims.
The Maestro Changes his Tune
In that essay he neatly summarized the fundamental problem with fiat currency in a few short sentences:
" The abandonment of the gold standard made it possible for the welfare statists to use the banking system as a means to an unlimited expansion of credit...
In the absence of the gold standard, there is no way to protect savings from confiscation through inflation. There is no safe store of value...
Deficit spending is simply a scheme for the "hidden" confiscation of wealth.
Gold stands in the way of this insidious process.
It stands as a protector of property rights. If one grasps this, one has no difficulty in understanding the statists' antagonism toward the gold standard."
As the ultimate insider, he cannot or will not challenge the status quo, no matter what the consequences to the American economy.
To renounce the fiat system now would mean renouncing the Fed itself, and his entire public career with it. The only question is whether history will properly reflect the destructive nature of Mr. Greenspan's tenure.
Although Mr. Greenspan is a master of evasion, he was surprisingly forthright in his responses to me.
In short, he claimed he was wrong about his predictions of calamity for the fiat U.S. dollar, that the Federal Reserve does a good job of essentially mimicking a gold standard, and that inflation is well under control.
He even made the preposterous assertion that the Fed does not facilitate government expansion and deficit spending. In other words, he utterly repudiated the arguments he made 40 years ago.
Yet this begs the question: If he was so wrong in the past, why should we listen to him now?
True currency stability is impossible when fiat dollars can be produced at will and foreign lenders bankroll our deficits.
To suggest that rapid expansion of the money supply and artificially low interest rates do not ultimately cause price inflation is absurd.
Without a gold standard, Congress is free to spend recklessly and fall back on monetary expansion to pay the bills.
Politically, it's easier to print new dollars than raise taxes or borrow overseas. The Fed in essence creates paper reserves that enable Congress to undertake spending measures that far exceed tax revenues.
The ill effects of this process are not felt by the politicians, who can always find popular support for new spending.
Average Americans suffer, however, when their dollars are "confiscated through inflation," as Mr. Greenspan termed it.
The laws of supply and demand work better than any central banker to determine both the correct supply of money in the economy and the interest rate at which capital is available- without the political favoritism and secrecy that characterize central banks.
Americans should not tolerate the manipulation of our economy and the inflation of our currency by an unaccountable institution.
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HON. RON PAUL OF TEXAS
The 1st, 4th, and 5th amendments represented attempts to protect private property and privacy from an overzealous federal government. Today those attempts appear to have failed.
Others argue that privacy protection grants the federal government power to dictate to all states limits or leniency in enforcing certain laws. But the essence of liberty is privacy.
Even prior to 9-11, the Echelon worldwide surveillance system was well entrenched, monitoring telephones, faxes, and emails.
There is essentially no oversight nor understanding by the U.S. Congress of the significance of this pervasive government surveillance. It's all shrugged off as necessary to make us safe from terrorism. Sacrificing personal liberty and privacy, the majority feels, is not a big deal.
Congress has ignored the message. Amazingly, over 391 communities and 7 states have passed resolutions highly critical of the Patriot Act.
By declaring anyone an "enemy combatant" "a totally arbitrary designation by the President" the government can deny an individual his right to petition a judge or even speak with an attorney.
Though there has been a good debate on the insanity of our policy of torturing prisoners, holding foreigners and Americans without charges seems acceptable to many.
Did it never occur to those who condemn torture that unlimited detention of individuals without a writ of habeas corpus is itself torture "especially for those who are totally innocent"
Add this to the controversial worldwide network of secret CIA prisons now known of for 2 years, and we should be asking ourselves what we have become as a people.
Recent evidence that we're using white phosphorus chemical weapons in Iraq does nothing to improve our image.
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that's sometimes why it's rejected ~ Ron Paul, 07/14/07
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