Don’t trust Rand Paul!
Have no illusions about it: Rand Paul is not going to change the status quo in America. He’s not going to make life easier for the poor or middle class, or bring about more freedom to the average American. He’s another puppet who has sold his soul to Zionism, the military-inudstrial complex and others dark centers of power in the US, in order to garner enough support to run for President. Anyone with libertarian leanings who is thinking of supporting him, think again. Here are some of main reasons I don’t trust Rand Paul.
Rand Paul’s Devotion to Israel
The first reason I don’t trust Rand Paul is his sickening devotion to Israel. Like almost all top American politicians, he has realized that if he really wants to make it to the top, or anywhere near the top, he had better put on that yamaka and sings the praises of Israel (or else be destroyed by the Zionist mainstream media, controlled by the owners of Israel, the Rothchilds). Look at his some of his writings, e.g. his article in the National Review:
I think it is clear by now: Israel has shown remarkable restraint … but sometimes restraint can work against you. Sometimes you just have to say, enough is enough.
Paul is here advocating more aggression by Israel, despite the fact that ever since 1948 it has stolen land that did not rightfully belong to it, and conducted genocide against the Palestinians. And this is restraint?
Nearly six weeks ago, I proposed a bill called the “Stand With Israel Act.” Its purpose was to cut off the flow of U.S. taxpayer dollars to the Palestinian Authority if it allied with Hamas — the same Hamas that just murdered these three teenagers. So let’s be clear: U.S. taxpayer money may soon be going to an entity kidnapping and murdering Israeli and U.S. children.
The hypocrisy is stark. The US has pumped billions of dollars (as much as $133 billion according to this source) into Israel ever since its inception, which has aided the oppression and mass murder of Palestinian Arabs.
Rand Paul has advocated more than once that funding be cut off from Palestine. His latest attempt was to punish Palestine from joining the ICC (International Criminal Court), which is entirely their right, and which is one of the few means left available to them to seek some kind of non-violent justice for what is being done to them.
Furthermore, Rand Paul had the audacity to introduce a bill declaring war on ISIS and requesting Congress fund it. This, from a supposed libertarian non-interventionist and pacifist! ISIS is a gigantic scam and a concocted enemy, and Paul is either woefully ignorant or (much more likely) playing along with scheme to demonize Islam and allow the US to invade even more nations for oil, resources and geopolitical influence.
Rand Paul’s Support of TPP
The second reason I don’t trust Rand Paul is his support of the TPP, the megalithic Trans Pacific Partnership. In the video clip above, listen as he tried to gain political favor by berating Obama for taking too long to finish negotiating the TPP.
Instead of just talking about a so-called ‘pivot to Asia,’ what we need to is to prioritize the negotiating of the TPP by year’s end.
What a traitor! The TPP is a massive free trade agreement spanning United States, Japan, Mexico, Canada, Australia, Malaysia, Chile, Singapore, Peru, Vietnam, New Zealand and Brunei and which, if it comes into effect, would include more than 40% of the world’s GDP. It has been negotiated in secret (but thanks to WikiLeaks a portion was released) by major multinationals. If you want to find out how it jeopardizes the sovereignty of average citizens, visit sites like StopTPP.org for more information.
Hanging Out with the Wrong Crowd
Another reason I don’t trust Rand Paul is the crowd he is hanging out with. You can tell the character of a person based on his friends and acquaintances. Paul has recently been hanging out with George P. Bush in some kind of PR front to gain more Hispanic votes. He has also been rubbing shoulders with Karl Rove. George P. Bush is the 4th generation Bush involved in American politics, following in the footsteps of Nazi-helper Prescott Bush, George H. W. Bush and George W. Bush.
Don’t Trust Rand Paul
In conclusion, I would highly recommend everyone does their homework before jumping on the Rand Paul bandwagon. Yes, there are a lot of things we all loved about Ron Paul, but Rand Paul is not Ron Paul. For starters, Ron Paul would not have proposed sending money to fund and arm purported “moderate” fighters in a land far away from America that has nothing to do with our national interest.
I don’t trust Rand Paul one bit, no matter how many nice libertarian sounding speeches he gives, or how many filibusters he partakes in. He has shown his true colors: devotion to Israel, devotion to fighting the fake War on Terror, devotion to big multinational corporations. His presidential ambitions have clouded his judgement and led him to compromise on some of the sacred principles of truth, freedom and libertarianism.
Don’t trust Rand Paul without doing your homework first.
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Makia Freeman is the editor of The Freedom Articles and senior researcher at ToolsForFreedom.com, writing on many aspects of truth and freedom, from exposing aspects of the global conspiracy to suggesting solutions for how humanity can create a new system of peace and abundance.