Skip to comments.Ron Paul’s Board Includes Obama-Lover and Terrorist Supporter Who Compared Tea Party to Nazis
Posted on 04/25/2013 1:02:46 PM PDT by Zionist Conspirator
I would add 9/11 Truther, but theres only so much room in the headline to list all his many virtues. Lets start with the obvious one. Here is how Eric Margolis, a member of the Academic Board of Ron Pauls new Institute for Peace and Prosperity, greeted the election of Barack Obama.
Americans did not `liberate Iraq, but they certainly liberated their own nation last week by sweeping the Republican Party from power. One prays Americas long nightmare of foreign aggressions, fear, religious extremism, and flirting with neo-fascism is finally at an end
A forward-looking Democratic Party that represents Americas increasingly mixed racial future is triumphant
As a senior Republican rightly remarked, `Obama has run the best moderate Republican campaign since Dwight Eisenhower! Democrats occupied the political center while the Republicans were left with the wilder fringes of the right and far right.Strangely enough, Eric Margolis claims to be a true Republican, despite having all the conventional views of a New York leftist about terrorism (Blame America First), Republicans (fascist hicks) and banks (the biggest threat to the country).
Like so many RINOs, Margolis insists that hes the follower of some old Republican Party who has been left behind. And how does he feel about the Tea Party movement?
Hes not a fan.
What we ended up with today is a rump of the old Republican Party made up of hicks and holy rollers, as I call it sometimes, exaggerated but certainly the party has been taken over by its very Southern and heartland influence, its narrow-minded, its inward looking, and increasingly, as we see with Governor Palin and other Congressmen, its speaking to the lowest IQ level of American voters and has become a dumbed down party that appeals to fear and prejudice
Look at Germany in the 1930s, everyone turns to extremist groups, right now its turning to the far right of the Republican Party. It is mounting an extremely vicious hate campaign against the president, much of which is just arrant hate propaganda
People have a right to be angry, but throw in angry racists who dont like Obama because hes a man of color and people who just hate Democrats and Klu Klux Klan people and every kind of kook on the extreme right and you mishmash them all together and you get the Teabag movement
The Republican Party may indeed split. I think that would be a very good thing. I would like to see all the right-wing crazies shipped off to North Dakota and to rant fulminate in the cold out there and leave Ron Pauls sensible supporters.
When the Republican Party has been reduced to the ranks of sensible people who believe the Rothschilds were behind September 11 and that Muslim terrorism is Americas fault, then things will truly be ready to turn around.
Eric Margolis is deeply concerned about the scourge of Islamophobia
The White House and media were quick to blame Muslims who hated Americas lifestyle and values, launching the concept of Islamic terrorism i.e. that the Muslim faith, not political issues, prompted the attacks.
This dangerous canard has infected America, leading to a rising tide of Islamophobia.
That tide always seems to be rising. Like the tide of Global Warming, which Margolis is also concerned about.
Canadian conservatives from Alberta share the same retarded notion with their Republican soul-mates that massacring helpless, defenseless animals with high-powered weapons is somehow manly and patriotic. Its not. Its cowardly, uncivilized and shameful in our day and age. Trophy hunting and killing bears should be banned. So, too, shooting corralled animals for sport.
Al those who think hunting is a fine sport should see the gripping film, Predator, which gives a sense of the terror felt by hunted animals.
And those who think game shows are fun, should watch another Arnold Schwarzenegger movie, The Running Man. And anyone who is okay with computers has to go see The Terminator.
In response to the Boston Marathon massacre, Eric Margolis reprinted his article calling for Chechen independence and applied his Truther leanings to the Muslim terrorism there.
FSB chief Vladimir Putin was catapulted into power by the anti-Chechen hysteria caused by the mysterious bombings. Two years later, the eerily similar 9/11 attacks would similarly turn George Bush from a non-entity into a hero, and provide a pretext for the US to invade Afghanistan and Iraq
The world ignored these violations but paid rapt attention to another crime, the death of over 300 Russian child hostages in the still murky school massacre at Beslan.
Very murky. You can never be sure who really murdered those children; the Muslim terrorists or Dick Cheney.
And Eric Margolis is rather predictably sympathetic to Chavez and Al Qaeda terrorists at Gitmo.
Eric Margolis @ericmargolis Shame of Guantanamo continues as at least 28 of 166 prisoners on hunger strike/being force fed through tubes. Worthy of USSR/China not US. 11:34 AM - 26 Mar 2013
@ericmargolis Your thoughts on Venezuela's President, Hugo Chavez, situation?
Eric Margolis @ericmargolis
@darthtutu. I feel much sorrow for Chavez as a human being and hope he recovers. Venezuela's economy is also sick and needs doctoring. 12:37 PM - 26 Feb 2013
This is the sort of academic influence that will help define Ron Pauls Institute for Peace and Prosperity. And if it happens to be mostly indistinguishable from the left, so is most of Ron Pauls foreign policy.
Ron Paul is a fricken nutcase! FURP!!
These "palaeos" are out of their freaking minds. They're total looney toons.
No sane conservative should have anything to do with the galaxy of Jew-hating "palaeocon" organizations/personalities/publications. Unfortunately, many genuine conservatives are trapped on the outer edges.
Are Cindy Sheehan, International ANSWER, Code Pink and Cynthia McKinney on his board, too?
I just want them to stay the hell out of the races in Michigan. Justin Amash wouldn’t be my choice but that doesn’t mean I want either Paul making that choice for me.
Ron Paul is well liked at StromFront too.
Hate to say I told you so but.........
Ron Paul tends to attract nutters because Ron Paul is a loon. The typical fanatical paultards are drug addled college kids and the kind of conspiracy theorists who hang out on Infowars, are obsessed with fiat currency, believe "banksters" (aka Jews) are responsible for everything that is wrong with the world, etc.
You know who is NOT on board RoPaul’s new thinktank?
Just goes to show that some nuts do indeed fall far from the tree.
Good thing for Rand he is not as nutty as his old man.
Can we put Pat Buchanan in the same boat as RP and push them both out to sea?
Can we put Pat Buchanan in the same boat as RP and push them both out to sea?
Nope. While Buchanan may have some weak points, I rate him at 80%. RoPaul? Maybe 40%. Maybe less.
An anti-Semite is an anti-Semite.
And I don’t rate Pat nearly that high...
All of us probably disagree with a lot of what's published in The American Conservative but neither of those statements is actually true.
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They don't care about immigration, besides Pal-es-tine rymes with all-the-time
Whatever his other shortcomings, Buchanan remains the most articulate voice on the issue of Third World immigration and the demographic crisis that America and Europe face as a consequence of it.
Ron Paul, in contrast, has done an about-face on the issue and follows the libertarian party line on open borders and amnesty. Unfortunately, his son has followed the same course.