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.American Free Press
.Vol XIII No. 43 October 22, 2012

Page 18, AMERICAN FREE PRESS * October 22, 2012 * Issue 43 *

Is Ron Paul
a Communist



By Michael Collins Piper


.Is Ron Paul a communist? No, of course not. But why would anyone even pose that question? Well, the fact is there are a lot of conservatives who think the outspoken Texan might be a bit “anti-American.”
Conservatives have these suspicions because Paul doesn’t think it’s in U.S. interests to meddle all over the globe. Paul’s critics insist it’s America’s God-given duty to enforce a planetary imperium in the name of “the American way.”
A lot of conservatives also don’t like Paul because, like Barack Obama, he wants to cut the military budget, having asserted: “Even if we were to slash our military budget in half, America easily would remain the world’s dominant military power.”
Conservatives deem such rhetoric dangerous, thinking any efforts to curtail military spending are right out of the communist playbook.
These naïve folks don’t realize that the global imperialism they advocate — and which Paul opposes — is the modern-day manifestation of the internationalist dream of a New World Order, advanced in 2012 by a sordid clique of ex-Trotskyite communists (Zionist partisans all) who direct the GOP’s captive candidate, Mitt Romney.
A lot of good patriots don’t understand that the New World Order forces long ago abandoned the United Nations as the vehicle of choice to achieve their ends. That’s correct. The rise of independent nationalist (and uniformly anti-Zionist) leaders in the Third World threw a monkey wrench in the plan to use the UN as the foundation of a world government.
Many grass-roots conservatives — good folks — don’t comprehend that the globalists now use America and its blood and treasure to police the world and that those who want to cut the military budget actually stand in the way of the New World Order.
And while it’s true there are some who revel in war, finding a peculiar satisfaction in waving the flag and crying tears and saying “support the troops” (even as American kids are being butchered abroad), those profiting from unlimited military spending are predatory money-lending plutocrats, arms makers and other merchants of death.
These parasites benefit from the largesse of American taxpayers whose sons and daughters are dying in Iraq and Afghanistan and perhaps soon in Iran if Romney and his Zionist handlers have their way.
It’s no wonder the great nationalist theoretician, Lawrence Dennis, once said “There’s never a peace cloud in the war boom sky.”
In 1941, Rep. William Barry (D-N.Y.) reminded Americans “the only two friends the United States has in the world are the Atlantic and Pacific Oceans,” urging them to reject the warmongers seeking to embroil America in another needless foreign war.
That admonition is still relevant.
We don’t need to fight wars all over the world for Israel or England or anybody. We can cut our military budget and still defend America first.

. . ..Michael Collins Piper is the author of Final Judgment, the controversial “underground bestseller” documenting the collaboration of Israeli intelligence in the assassination of John F. Kennedy. He is also the author of The New Babylon, The High Priests of War, The New Jerusalem: Zionist Power in America , The Judas Goats: The Enemy Within, Dirty Secrets: Crime, Conspiracy & Cover-Up in the 20th Century, The GOLEM: Israel's Hell Bomb, and Target: Traficant. These works can be found at America First Books and FIRST AMENDMENT BOOKS: 1-888-699-NEWS. He has lectured on suppressed topics in places as diverse as Malaysia, Japan, Canada, Russia and Abu Dhabi.


(Issue Number 43, October 22, 2012, AMERICAN FREE PRESS)