Nazi, KKK Supported Ron Paul Hurts GOP, Enables Obama

Ron Paul openly associates with members of the American
Nazi Party, KKK, John Birch Society and neo-Confederate organizations.

By Herb Brandon
Israel News Agency

New York, NY --- January 2, 2012 .... What are the people of Iowa thinking? That many in places like Cedar Bluffs, Des Moines, Badger, Libertyville and Little Sioux American citizens would even consider to vote for a man who supports the Nazis and the KKK.

That Ron Paul is on record for saying that he would never have sent US troops to fight the Nazis, describes Blacks as "animals" who would only stop rioting if they were offered welfare checks and that Iran would have his full support to develop nuclear weapons. Nuclear weapons that would be used against Israel, US bases and European cities.

While Ron Paul seduces young voters with words like Liberty and Freedom, he would be the first US Presidential candidate to bury his head in the sand when confronted with international terrorism. In contrast to other Republican candidates who had strong words on Iran yesterday and today in Iowa, Ron Paul holds to a "no see, no do" isolationist attitude which would only strengthen the enemies of global democracy.

“We need to have our missile systems capable and ready to deliver," said Rep. Michele Bachmann of Minnesota."We need to send a very strong signal that the US is on high alert and we will do whatever it takes.”

Bachmann also criticized US President Barack Obama for creating distance between the White House and Israel, endangering the Jewish state in the face of the threat from Iran.

Islamic Iran test-fired two long-range missiles on Monday and announced over the weekend that it had produced its first nuclear fuel rod. Iran has also threatened to close the Straits of Hormuz and stop the flow of oil in light of Western sanctions.

Paul, a Libertarian racist, is the only candidate who has minimized the threat posed by Iran and has not espoused strong financial and military support for Israel, an issue on which he has been attacked by several of his competitors.

Ron Paul says that he is not responsible for the anti Israel, anti Jewish, anti black and anti gay views expressed in his newsletters in the 1980s and 1990s for which he was the editor. But he is on record for opposing the US Civil Rights Act.

A 1987 Ron Paul newsletter stated Israel is “an aggressive, national socialist state”, and another newsletter about the 1993 World Trade Center bombing stated “whether it was a setup by the Israel Mossad, the CIA, George Bush or was truly a retaliation by the Islamic fundamentalists, matters little.”

Paul believes that the US should allow Israel to be independent, which is double speak for the US to cut off foreign aid to Israel. Paul says that Iran is not a dangerous country and we should not be concerned with Iran’s nuclear development program.

One would think that those who are rushing to support Ron Paul would be quick shut down actual Nazi sympathizing when it emerges within their ranks.

That Republican candidates such as Mitt Romney would be addressing the open relationship between Ron Paul and the Nazis, the KKK but instead they are doing the opposite. Rather than speaking out against Ron Paul’s disturbing, Hitler style extremism, they’ve mostly been criticizing him as a “moderate” because he’s against war. Not one Republican candidate, except for Newt Gingrich, has mentioned the above photograph, circulated via social media on Facebook and Twitter by an #occupy protest group last week. It shows Paul posing with Don Black, a former American Nazi Party member turned KKK Grand Wizard and owner of the white supremacist Website

The New York Times reported that the neo-Nazi site, Stormfront, has become a magnet for Ron Paul supporters. “We understand that Paul is not a white nationalist,” one Stormfront member explains, “but most of our people support him because of his stand on issues,” particularly his tough stances on immigration and the Federal Reserve. As another Neo Nazi put it, “his monetary policy would hurt Jews.”

Journalist Jeffrey Shapiro posted a 2009 interview he held with Ron Paul in which Paul clearly stated that if it were up to him at the time, saving the Jews from annihilation in Europe would not have been a "moral imperative." Shapiro said that when he first provided Paul's disturbing statement about the Holocaust to major media outlets in the US, "they were so stunned they were afraid to publish my story, and as a result it has remained unpublished until now."

Ron Paul is running a very professional and seductive marketing campaign. He has attracted young, idealistic voters by promising them to end all wars. He has promised the Jews and Christians that he would support Israel - even running ads in the Jerusalem Post as he openly supports Nazi donations to his campaign and speaks of abandoning Israel to defend its tiny but stable democracy from Iran.

The New Hampshire Union Leader newspaper states that Paul’s positions on national security issues are “truly dangerous” and labels the Texas Republican as “the favored candidate of the lunatic fringe.”

The Wall Street Journal says that Ron Paul believes that al-Qaida terrorists caught in the US should be treated as common criminals, not enemy combatants. Paul wants them to be read the Miranda rights to which they are not entitled and he wants them tried and sentenced in civil courts rather than by military tribunals. What is needed to effectively fight and win a war and al-Qaida is very at war with the US, is the ability to gather information. Telling the enemy that it has a “right to remain silent” is beyond absurd.

And the Des Moines Register asks: Paul's bigoted newsletters need answers.

The majority of the national media in the US views Ron Paul as a “dangerous isolationist” for opposing pre-emptive strikes and interventionist foreign policy. That Paul would rather stick his head in the sand than to help another Western, democratic ally.

To ignore Paul would be equal to have ignored Adolph Hitler.

American Nazis are openly supporting Ron Paul for US President.

To ignore the blatant lies and creative, Nazi Goebbels' style PR spin that Ron Paul's campaign is producing would constitute a real threat to the security of the US and the Western World. To ignore the famous Nazi quote: "If you tell a lie big enough and keep repeating it, people will eventually come to believe it."

That lie is that Ron Paul would end all wars when in fact he would actually be encouraging war against the US by having the US appear weak.

Paul is against almost all international treaties and organizations. He would have the US pull out of the United Nations and NATO. He would do away with foreign aid, abolish the CIA and turn his back on the rest of the world. This is what is called isolationism and it allowed Hitler to presume, quite correctly as it turned out, that America would not interfere with his plans to conquer Europe. It took Germany’s declaration of war on the US, not the other way round, to get the United States involved.

Perhaps the only ones who would truly appreciate the suicidal efforts for the US as advocated by Ron Paul would be those who rule Iran. Iran is waging a real time Islamic Jihad, a Holy War against the West, against both Jews and Christians. Ron Paul, who promises to do nothing to stop this declared war against Western democracy, to wipe Israel off the map, is today their greatest ally.

And Barack Obama, who has done more to hurt US relations with England, France, Russia, Israel and Japan more than any other US President has, gains by a weakened Republican Party. Can the US seriously embrace four more years of Barack Obama or a Ron Paul who holds hands with the Nazis and the KKK?

To the people of Iowa, please, before you vote, know who you are voting for and where they are coming from.

Don't make the same mistake as many of us blindly did with Barack Obama.


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