The history of the Ron Paul Revolution came to me through Facebook. Many nights Ron Paul supporters would go on my Facebook page and give me lectures telling me to “wake up!” and see that it’s the “Zionists” and “Neocons” that were destroy America. Obama was a Zionist they would say. Of course actions speak louder than words, and President Obama’s actions are anything but Pro-Israel. No matter how anti-Israel Obama would get, the viciousness towards Israel and all the “fake Jews” could never be satisfied short of annihilation of Israel.
I would often be led to read antisemitic literature, though I usually passed. Things like THE PROTOCOLS OF THE LEARNED ELDERS OF ZION, which was Hitler’s primary justification for initiating the holocaust. Nazi literature is the norm, not the obscure with those living in the Bilderberger fantasy. Still ironic they call us Nazis.
Every single day, on particular Ron Paul supporter would post his antisemitic literature on my Facebook page. For some reason he found it necessary to convince me of a big conspiracy, telling me how he loves freedom. On time, he bashed profit. I told him that a man’s right to earn a profit is the “very essence of freedom”, and I wondered how somebody who claims to love freedom would not understand that?
On New Year’s Day of this year, this same Ron Paul supporter was at it again, just as he was on Christmas day, posting his antisemitic tripe on my Facebook page. I told him to give it a rest, it was New Year’s day, to which is response was “eternal vigilance, remember”. I chimed back in… “If there’s no rest for the wicked, and you’re the only one stirring, what does that make you?”
On another occasion, I saw a quote that is clearly not a Ben Franklin quote
“May the Children of the Stock of Abraham, who dwell in this land, continue to merit and enjoy the good will of the other Inhabitants; while every one shall sit under his own vine and fig tree, and there shall be none to make him afraid.”
It is not a Ben Franklin quote and any person who enough about Benjamin Franklin would immediately discard that as a false quote. Ben Franklin would never put down another man’s religion.
Browsing through one such Ron Paul supporter’s web page was words like “edJewcation” and “gradjewation”. Okay, so that just one example. Listen closely to Ron Paul’s supporters, very closely. During Herman Cain’s speech at the RLC, when he stated that the United State’s will always be Israel’s friends, Ron Paul’s 600 plus bused in group of people loudly booed Herman Cain. Herman Cain stood there stoic as can be, unwavering.
By now, I regret ever having been a Ron Paul supporter, but seeing them boo, and seeing Herman Cain stand tall like a man made me want him to be the next President of the United States even more. Towards the end of the convention, there was a lady who was sitting down with her Ron Paul stuff on. Nice lady, but then the ignorant side had to float out of her mouth. “They say the love freedom, but they hate Muslims” or something stupid like that. I started to walk away, I couldn’t tolerate that level of ignorance.
You see, Islamofascist want to kill us. They want us dead for one simple reason, we’re not Muslims. They believe that it’s their duty to Allah to “open the gates of hell to them, or drag them to heaven in shackles”. In the Middle East, there is a saying… “I am with my brother against my cousin, but I am with my cousin again his enemy”. In that regard, I strongly suspect that the Paulistinians and the Palestinians are with each other because they have one common enemy, the Jews. They willfully overlook each other’s faults as they share a common goal, the end of Israel.
I stammered as I walked away from the ignorance of the woman, but I turned, looked at her and said “you’re talking about a group of people that will stone women to death for adultery, will chop a thief’s hand off for stealing, and kill somebody because they are gay, or burn people alive for being Christian and they do it for their religion.” Link link link and explicit link
I paused for a second and watched her as she laughed uncomfortably.
“You want to talk about religious war as if all religions are responsible for religious wars. There’s only one religion that’s constantly involved in religious wars. You want to talk about Christianity but you have to go all the way back to the Crusades to cite a Christian killing in the name of their religion, but if I want to show you Muslims killing in the name of their religion, all I have to do is point to yesterday.”
It’s hard for me to understand why some people will criticize the Republicans, or the Democrats, or the Christians, or the Jews, and yet, stand up for a cult of death.