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Monday, January 14, 2008

Attack Journalist Swiftboats Ron Paul

Some Comments on the Recent Primaries
by Joachim Martillo (
The statistics of the New Hampshire primary indicates a double cross-over effect.
The polls on the Democratic side so favored Obama that many pro-Obama independents crossed over to vote for McCain in the Republican primary because Obama seemed not to need their votes. (There may also have been a racial effect.)
When I woke up the day of the NH primary, I found that my AOL inbox contained an email from The New Republic. The message announced a slew of new articles. I clicked on Politics, and James Kirchick's article Angry White Man popped up. I read it and thought to myself, "The Zionist news media (FOX News, the Wall Street Journal, CanWest, TNR, et al.) have graduated from blacking out Ron Paul to swiftboating him." I wondered about the blogosphere and checked via google. It was covered with the Kirchick article, and anyone not familiar with the sort of drivel that Kirchick writes for TNR editor-in-chief Martin Peretz (see "The Staged Legacy of Rachel Corrie" below) and planning to vote for Ron Paul almost certainly reconsidered.
Ron Paul's independent supporters had no alternative in the Republican primary. These voters, who are disproportionately employed in the hi-tech industry and who almost certainly have fond memories of the Bill Clinton 90s, probably crossed over to vote for Hillary Clinton. Up until that point, polls were showing Ron Paul at 17% in the NH primary. The crossover boost to Hillary was almost certainly significant.
Maria's article below after the videos is worth reading because she discusses the similar sorts of smears that Boston area Israel advocates flung at her during the campaign of the Boston Jewish Community Relations Council against the Somerville Divestment Project.  Both the Israel Lobby and the organized Jewish community take any threat to the flow of cash from the USA to Israel very seriously, and various Zionist think tanks in the USA and in Israel have long been constructing a sophisticated knowledge base to counteract any challenge to Zionist control of US ME policy.
The Battle for Divestment from Israeli Securities in Somerville - Seva Brodsky from the Jerusalem Center for Public Affairs (headed by Dore Gold who is a former Israeli ambassador to the UN) discusses both Maria and me as well as other Boston area anti-Zionists. It is the sort of documentation that researchers and schemers at Zionist think tanks are producing.
Ron Paul's platform is particularly scary to Zionists. Not only does he intend to halt US payments to Israel, but he would dismantle the Zionist network control maintained by facilitators and gatekeepers in the national human services, civil rights and educational bureaucracies.
The following articles indicate the degree to which Zionists have subverted national and state bureaucracies:
Paul is correct that the USA really cannot afford to maintain the bloated national government as well as an oversized military. In addition, he shows remarkable insight in identifying the overweening power of  the national bureaucracies as a threat to basic American liberty, but the twenty ton elephant in the room is the opportunity that such bureaucracies provide for subversion by agents loyal to a foreign power. At this point eliminating the bureaucracies and finding less expensive, less dangerous means to address national issues and problems may be the only way to save American democracy.
I have spent a week in trying to substantiate Kirchick's charges. I find parsimoniousness and excessive trust in the free market. After six years of paying for Neocon adventurism by printing money, attention to the bottom line is probably a good idea. Ron Paul does not seem to understand that a free market must be biased against the large players; otherwise, the problem of gambler's ruin and the inevitable trend to monopolization rear their ugly heads.
Because Ron Paul is a doctor, I can forgive a lack of understanding of probability theory while Fox News and TNR (i.e., CanWest) are working hard to show him that the inordinate power of big business can be just as dangerous as excessive governmental power.
Below are some videoclips that address Ron Paul's opposition to racism and his stance on gay marriage. Ron Paul was one of the few Republicans to oppose the Federal Marriage Amendment because it represented an attempt to expand federal power. No one can deny Dr. Paul's consistent effort to constrain the national government.

NAACP Director Nelson Linder Defends Ron Paul 

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A 20 year friend of Ron Paul ,Austin Texas' NAACP Director Nelson Linder is interviewed by Scott Horton of Anti War radio concerning the accusations of racism against the congressman.The interview also explores the issue of civil rights and inequality in the American justice system .For more information on this story go to .

The President of Hip Hop Warms to Ron Paul 

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My state of the summer address, and also some more info on Presidential Candidate Mr. Ron Paul.

Ron Paul Doesn't Want White Supremacist Support 

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racist scum cockroaches ron paul doesn't want or need your support racism don black stormfront david duke

Ron Paul on Gay Marriage at 2'20" mark 

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John Stossel Interviews Republican on Personal Freedom, Drugs, Prostitution and Gay Marriage. 2007.12.07
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Hit Piece Bruises Ron Paul

Maria Hussain
January 10, 2008

Martin Peretz, publisher and co-owner (along with CanWest) of The New Republic and contributor to the Hillary campaign, really hurt Paul yesterday. It was a typical Peretz thing to do - smear someone as a "homophobe" and "racist" the day of the election. The New Republic's Jamie Kirchick ludicrously claimed that Ron Paul personally called Martin Luther King a "gay pedophile" and made other outlandish claims he later retracted as mere gossip.

A very similar thing happened in Somerville on the eve of the vote about whether or not city funds should be invested in Israel or locally - in order to make it sound more "controversial" than the issue really was, all the Neocon pundits went crazy in making up stories that I am a supporter of the local investment movement and that I'm a homophobic terrorist supporter that hangs out with David Duke. This sort of smear is a common tactic. It makes you seem really "scary" to liberals,  on whose vote we were counting.

If the American people can't get beyond the "homophobic" smear in order to save their country, America probably deserves to be crushed like a bug quite frankly. People act exactly like insects. Running around doing what "they" expect, never thinking.

We have to be prepared in advance. I mentioned a couple weeks ago the Zionist press is going to do this. Dr. Paul needed a pre-emptive attack - a statement on how his program is best for Blacks and Gays. As we all know, there is no difference between Huckabee and Hillary when it comes to AIPAC issues. This game is a distraction. But there is a comeback.

Is Dr. Paul a racist? No, Dr. Paul WILL SET YOU FREE. We need to emphasize his prison release program and of make sure people realize that Hillary and Obama are NOT going to end war, they want new wars. Ron Paul is the Black Man's Best Friend. He is going to bring your sons home from the war and release all non-violent drug offenders from prison his first day in office, he said. Ron Paul has more Black supporters than any other Republican candidate and more active US military personnel supporters than any other candidate.

The issue is not which candidate will win or lose. The real issue is are we going to lose our country? Americans are such sheep. If we don't somehow teach our friends to mistrust the media and double check everything, that's it for USA. The sad part is that Dr. Paul was polling at 17% but then a lot of those people went to vote Democratic because they were embarrassed by the homophobic racist smear that was circulated on the Internet. It is true that there was reportedly voter fraud. The hand count of the votes puts Dr. Paul at 15% not 8% as the news media erroneously reported. But that still means he lost 2% of the expected vote and all of the fence-sitters who could have put him above 20% just because of this typical Jewish smear tactic that was coordinated and planned to not give Ron Paul time to answer the accusations before the election.

Dr. Paul will not be counted as a winner unless he wins by an overwhelming landslide. Even then, the Neocons might send in the National Guard to prevent him from taking office, except the Guard is in Iraq. (How convenient.) What happens next? No country in the world knows what the next step is, how to get free. The question is, how much longer will Americans fall for these tricks?


Ron Paul has already responded to these ridiculous accusations and slammed them as political haymaking to coincide with the New Hampshire primary.

"The quotations in The New Republic article are not mine and do not represent what I believe or have ever believed. I have never uttered such words and denounce such small-minded thoughts.

In fact, I have always agreed with Martin Luther King, Jr. that we should only be concerned with the content of a person's character, not the color of their skin. As I stated on the floor of the U.S. House on April 20, 1999: `I rise in great respect for the courage and high ideals of Rosa Parks who stood steadfastly for the rights of individuals against unjust laws and oppressive governmental policies.'

This story is old news and has been rehashed for over a decade. It's once again being resurrected for obvious political reasons on the day of the New Hampshire primary.

When I was out of Congress and practicing medicine full-time, a newsletter was published under my name that I did not edit. Several writers contributed to the product. For over a decade, I have publicly taken moral responsibility for not paying closer attention to what went out under my name."

[We invite readers to share their views on Mr. Kirchick's article by e mailing him at]

Dr. Paul has an honest opinion. The Neo-liberals have think tanks working night and day doing marketing analysis and using psychology to turn the public away from Dr. Paul. There are Israeli/Neocon spies that keep tabs on every political activist in Boston and do write-ups about them in Jerusalem, and meet with the local & Israeli government about how to neutralize them. In Palestine they just use gun with laser-targeting if someone starts telling the truth. In America they character assassinate more often. Like we have any importance whatsoever. They flew the mayor of Somerville to talk with President Moshe Katzav about how to silence eleven Boston responsible investment activists.

Basically how the Lobby won it (and it was a close race, 45 to 55%) was they made a bunch of slick posters with Deval Patrick's face on it, AND they released a number of news reports and commentaries that totally twisted the positions and arguments of both sides, so that the average voter would be confused about what they were voting for or against. They also used a lot of psychological pressure labeling people as "racists" "anti-Semites" etc. so that the people who would normally support the ballot initiative got scared away.

These people are very serious about not wanting Dr. Paul's voice to be heard and they don't want him to win. But they always use the same tactics.

If they don't succeed in turning Dr. Paul's name into mud, they will turn on the organizers of the movement. It's going to go on and on and we have to strategize. Is there a strategic planning wing of the People for Paul movement?

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Anonymous said...

Quite a different take on New Hampshire

Not saying that the recent primary election in our beloved New Hampshire was not on the up and up, but some interesting facts have come to light. First, the day before the election I received an email from Black Box Voting, the citizens watchdog group that has been working diligently since 2000 to help ensure fair elections, noting that all the Diebold digital vote reading machines (optical scanners) used in New Hampshire (and Connecticut, Vermont and Massachusetts as well) are serviced by a private company that provides the memory cards for these machines. The company, DHL Voting, is privately owned and under the control of one man. Black Box Voting took one of these optical scanners to a computer store and asked the first technician they encountered to look at the memory card to see if he could reprogram it. The technician commented that the card relied on very old technology and that he could easily reprogram it, which he did in about five minutes. When sample ballots were run through the scanner with the reprogramed card the results differed markedly from the results before the reprogramming (of course) and from the manner in which Black Box had actually marked the sample ballots.

Well, you say, so what? The fact that one man controls all the memory cards and that these cards can be easily hacked doesn't mean that the cards were in fact tampered with. Of course not. But here is the second bit of interesting information. Optical scanners were not used in all New Hampshire precincts. About 80% of the New Hampshire precincts, notably in the most densely populated areas, used scanners. In the other roughly twenty per cent of the New Hampshire precincts, largely rural, ballots were counted by hand. Curious individuals, puzzled by the large discrepancy between pre-election polls and actual results so far as Hillary Clinton was concerned, did an analysis of election results, comparing results in the hand-counting precincts with pre-election predictions and results in the machine-scanning precincts with the same predictions. They found that in the precincts in which the ballots were counted by hand the actual vote, so far as Hillary and Obama were concerned, was very close to what the polls had predicted, but that in the precincts in which optical scanners were used, Hillary's vote count was significantly higher and Obama's count significantly lower than what the pre-election polls had predicted. Moreover, results for all other candidates, Republican and Democratic, were found to be consistent with pre-election polls in both the precincts using scanners and the precincts in which the ballots were counted by hand.

Now, I think that this analysis, while surely not conclusive, does raise some questions. Fortunately, it has raised questions in the minds of others others as well. For one, Dennis Kucinich, who has demanded a recount, not because he thinks that it will suddenly catapult him into the lead, but because he feels that it is essential to dispel all doubts concerning the integrity of the New Hampshire electoral process and to assure the American people that the results of the New Hampshire primary can be relied upon. I agree with Dennis and say more power to him. It will be interesting to see, if this recount is carried out, what the results show.

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