Skip to comments.Ron Paul - Predictions in Due Time [Video]
Posted on 02/19/2012 10:45:13 PM PST by Razzz42
This is Ron Paul's famous Predictions speech from April 24, 2002. This is the original video compiling recent images and video to give his speech a chilling effect.
Too bad he will attacked on this site by massive govt neocon types who can’t refute a damn thing he said all while they fight over the bigger-govt-than-thou types like Saint Rick or Mittens.
No matter what we do or have done, we would be a target of Muslims. Muslims have been targeting us way before we went to war against Iraq.
They have not wanted Israel to exist since it’s inception and will not stop seeking genocide no matter what Israel does or does not do. There will never be peace as long as Islam exists. Even if Islam acheived it’s goal of total conquest of the world, there would still be no peace. With no outside enemies to hate and kill, they would slaughter one another.
Ron Paul’s ideology makes the false assumption that Muslims are reasonable victims and that we make them hate and act violently in the world. This is not true. Islam was slaughtered by the Crusaders and expelled from Europe for a reason. It will destroy itself and everyone around it again and again no matter what the US and the Jooooos do.
Islam’s nature is the love of conquest, death and destruction. As Muslims say, and Ron Paul reinforces, Muslims love death more than the West loves life. Islam promises a dark future for everyone including themselves.
So I hate to break the bubble, but Ron Paul offers no real solution because his whole view of our conflict with Islam is in error from it’s most basic assumptions about Islam. He is right about one thing -America and Israel will not escape the grip of the snake. Paul suggests we run and hide from the snake but that is not going to work because the snake has it’s body wrapped around our neck. Unless we are willing to go all the way and cut it’s head off, Islam will slaughter and defeat the US and our allies. Islam loves death more than humanism loves life.
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