In 1988, Ron Paul was the Libertarian Party’s candidate for President. Why are critics of Ron Paul failing to make a distinction between libertarians and the Libertarian Party (with many leaders who are Zionist warmongers)?
capture any of his momentum for some future purpose. Kokesh's recent "debate" with Webster Tarpley on YouTube seems to be a microcosm of the struggle to-come in the truth community.
investor funds in a racetrack scheme. Sounds a bit like Peter Schiff and his "hero" tax-evader father. You've either got to be willfully ignorant or a real sociopath to stay a libertarian.
banking" is ridiculous. Are the illuminati going to give us interest-free public credit, infrastructure grants to the states,
and a debt moratorium on the Fed? This is like the "Aloisyous Fozdyke" article on this site claiming the illuminati were going to
destroy America with protective tariffs. What's next – public health insurance and a high speed rail system?
The traditional Libertarian position on foreign policy is always sound, i.e; stay the hell out of these foreign conflicts which reflect how Americans and their military have been duped. But its a rotten shame that its politics became so enamored with a gold standard, or some variation thereof. And the author is probably right about the new controlled opposition having to do with some Hamiltonian model.
There's a radio commercial in my area of New England for a bank headquartered in Canada. It's in the form of a skit where you hear a knock on the door. One of the actor answers it and says, "Well, if it isn't my favorite father of modern banking, Alexander Hamilton!" Do they know something we don't know?
But could it be that the plan all along has been to eventually bring down the FED themselves, jettisoning it into the dustbin of history after having served its nefarious purpose? Next year is 2013 - exactly 100 years since its inception. And we all know the Illuminati fondness for numbers.