TNR Exclusive: More Selections From Ron Paul’s Newsletters
“Ron Paul has recently suggested there was only a “total of about eight or ten sentences” of “bad stuff” in the newsletters that he regularly used to publish under his name. This assertion was patently false: As TNR has shown, the newsletters contained dozens of statements marked by bigotry and conspiratorial thinking. In light of Paul’s continuing evasions about the newsletters, and with hopes of clarifying the matter definitively, TNR is now making more of them available.”
~ OH HEY! Just reading through more Ron Paul propaganda. You know.. The racist, homophobic, anti-Semitic, conspiracy building shit newsletters that he published and made million from for over 30 years? Yeah, those.
The Newly released Ron Paul newsletters so far include the following pressing issues:
- Why white Americans should be able to discriminate against “the blacks” and “gays.”
- How programs and facilities designed to increase racial integration pose a threat to “the average white American” and their taxes.
- The injustice of not allowing citizens to “discriminate in renting or otherwise.” (P.s-When Paul says “The Civil Rights Act infringed on property owners rights & was unconstitutional,” he means “The right of business owners to deny services to people based on sexuality, race, gender or religion is unconstitutional.”)
- Why gay people should be oppressed.
- The secret truth about AIDS being airborne. How to treat a person with AIDS, and the evil conspiracy behind forcing doctors to work on AIDS patients.
- Why Nazis and Germany rule.
- Why Israel, Zionists and Muslims suck.
- The Clintons and all the Jews that love them.
- Why white people in South Africa deserve their own homeland.
- Why Nelson Mandela is evil.
- Things that make Ron Paul upset, like when the media speaks out against known racists and bigots. (*Oh the irony..)
- The truth about the Oklahoma City bombing, the Branch Davidians, and other batshit crazy cult/cnspiracy busllshit.
- Other highly entertaining nonsense that no person pf sound mind would ever think, say or write. - Ever.
Yes.. I know Paul fans:
“HE DIDN’T WRITE THEM AND THERE’S PROOF!!”
“THE BIG GOV REPTILIAN MARXIST SOCIALIST NEO-CON ZIONIST PRO BIOTIC ACROBAT AMOEBIC MEDIA CONTROLLED LAME STREAM SHEEP DOG PEOPLE ARE SMEARING HIM!!!”
*I’ll finish reading the rest of the newsletters later because my head is about to explode.
p.s- I’m glad Ron Paul is old and I will leave it at that.. (plus the dick eating- he should continue doing that.)
Jere Brower, his wife Clara, and his 4-year-old daughter Ana, have a very good reason to believe Texas Congressman Ron Paul when he said people view his supporters as “dangerous.”
The 38-year-old Atlanta man and his family have been targeted by militant Ron Paul supporters, one of whom threatened to “kneecap” him, then rape his wife and young daughter. Mr. Brower said he has also received death threats from supporters of Ron Paul.
The trouble started when Brower and some of his Facebook friends decided to have a laugh over Ron Paul’s ties to racist and anti-semitic groups.
He wrote a post on Facebook intended to be a joke, but some Paul supporters took it seriously – too seriously.
Brower said that he received a number of threatening emails and messages from angry Ron Paul supporters before adjusting the settings on his phone so as not to receive any more messages.
One of the messages read:
You are a f*****g idiot a*****e. TO stoop as low as I see you are willing is enough to gag a maggot. Keep up the s**t and drive this country into a civil war you f*****g moron piece of human trash. How about I come on over. Maybe, I will start by kneecapping you with my HK 45. Then, while you wither in pain, I will give your wife the best f*****g she ever had. I will treat her nice. Then, maybe your daughter needs to become a real woman. How would you like that. It is not too hard to find out where you live you neocon f**kwad.
Brower then filed a complaint with the DeKalb County Police, and said he contacted the FBI.
No one was availble for comment at the DeKalb County Police Department as of this writing.
Brower, a retired Army Captain who served four tours in Iraq, said there was a time he seriously considered supporting Ron Paul.
“I took a good hard look at Ron Paul,” he said, but after hearing racist messages and witnessing disrespectful behavior at gatherings of Ron Paul supporters, he thought twice.
Brower’s wife, Clara, is Asian, and the talk againt interracial marriage bothered him. He said he began looking into the controversial newletters that have dogged Paul’s career for years and went to other meetings to learn more.
But, he said, the more he was exposed to Paul’s militant supporters, the more concerned he became.
“Good and bad – everything comes in different colors,” he said.
The two-time Bronze Star winner says he is not too worried and can take care of himself.
But the threats against his family have him concerned.
Ron Paul often boasts of his consistency. But there’s one opinion that has evolved substantially over the past two decades, and that is Paul’s position on Martin Luther King, whose birthday is commemorated today. Just one more reminder over what was said then, and what is being said now:
“I was among the first to bring you news, about a year ago, that the Rev. Martin Luther King plagiarized his doctoral dissertation. The January 1991 issue of Chronicles magazine tells the whole sordid story, but to scoop them, the Wall Street Journal ran a ‘sensitive’ story. And now the New Republic reports that it, the WSJ, the Washington Post, and the New York Times knew about the plagiarism long ago but chose to suppress it. So much for our free press.
“We know that King is a Marxist and a world-class adulterer. But there is yet another charge, and this appears in black columnist Carl Rowan’s new book Breaking Barriers (Boston: Little, Brown, 1991).
“While Rowan was head of the U.S. Information Agency under LBJ, he found out about the FBI bugging of King’s multifarious sexual activities. Documented on tape: a sexual relationship between King and his fellow Christian minister, Ralph David Abernathy. See Rowan’s book for the exact words, which I cannot bring myself to quote. Am I glad I voted in Congress against an expensive federal holiday for this man.”
“He [King] was also a comsymp, if not an actual party member, and the man who replaced the evil of forced segregation with the evil of forced integration.
“King, the FBI files show, was not only a world-class adulterer, he also seduced underage girls and boys. The Rev. Ralph David Abernathy revealed before his death that King had made a pass at him years before.
“And we are supposed to honor this ‘Christian minister’ and lying socialist satyr with a holiday that puts him on par with George Washington?
“Congratulations to Arizona! Who could doubt that the result would be exactly the same if the other 49 states could also vote on a holiday for this affirmative-action saint?”
“Boy, it sure burns me to have a national holiday for Martin Luther King. I voted against this outrage time and time again as a Congressman. What an infamy that Ronald Reagan approved it! We can thank him for our annual Hate Whitey Day.”
“[O]ne of my heroes is Martin Luther King.”
I’ll be handling Allen Park, Southgate, Wyandotte, and Taylor.”
-I hope he’s nothing like Ron Paul’s old Michigan coordinator..
(the video looks frozen at first but watch it all the way through, it’s not)
In a span of less than three years, it appears that Thorsen was arrested four times for a number of charges including:
- carrying a concealed weapon, and
- grand theft with a firearm.
WASHINGTON — Republican presidential candidate Ron Paul has been spending large amounts on airfare as a congressman, flying first class on dozens of taxpayer-funded flights to his home state. The practice conflicts with the image that Paul portrays as the only presidential candidate serious about cutting federal spending.
Ron Paul published this in his newsletter about his “hero” Dr. Martin Luther King. To this day, he denies knowing who wrote it, and gets very defensive talking about his racist newsletters which earned him millions over the years. Ron Paul was listed as the editor and publisher on many issues of his newsletters and they were published from a company which shared the same address as the home he lived in.
Does it matter if he wrote these letters? Not to me. He earned himself a racist fan base and a lot of $ from publishing them. Disgusting: http://www.stormfront.org/forum/t858523/