mariahussain

January 17, 2008

Who is behind the Ron Paul media blackout?

Filed under: Blogroll — mariahussain @ 1:35 am

Pat Robertson is connected to this group of rumormongers. Many of David Horowitz’s talking points end up in Pat Robertson’s sermons and on his website. Horowitz is the guy who said Ron Paul supporters are terrorists. Pat Robertson is backing Giuliani. The Lobby has a huge power over FOX news and that is probably why Giuliani gets all the TV time even though nobody votes for him.

The pro-Israel mailing lists are very very detailed and RonPaul needs to learn from this. We are the first group of people who have even begun to compete against the communication monopoly of the Israel Lobbyists. But they have target audience databases not only a list of email addresses. They arrange their database by personal interest. For example “Homosexual Israel supporters.” They probably sent an email to that list telling them that Dr. Paul hates homosexuals. Then they went to their “Christian fundamentalist Israel supporters” list and told them that Dr Paul is not a real Christian. Then they probably emailed the “Black Churches” list with accusations that Dr. Paul is going to cut off food stamps, etc. They have a thousand front organizations so it’s not always obvious who is behind the various PR campaigns. Special interest groups will employ people to join chat groups and spread their slander. The New Republic article smearing Dr. Paul as having insulted MLK was just one of many smear pieces circulated on the internet and sent as press releases to every news agency in America.

Whenever news breaks all over the nation on every station on the same day, you know you are dealing with the email networks of the Israel Lobby. Example – Save Darfur became a news story sensation overnight. Even though the killing has been going on for years and years, all of a sudden, on the same day, there is a front page story in every major newspaper on the planet about “Genocide in Sudan!” Compare that to Bosnia, where the news came in like a trickle, with many people doubting its veracity, and conflicting reports. With the Save Darfur campaign, there is NO VARIATION in opinion about Sudan from the left wing to the far right.

The only people who weren’t sold on the “Genocide in Sudan” story were the international investors.

I just signed off the “Jewish Libertarians” list and boy have they been busy smearing Dr. Paul. Their entire reason for existence seems to be to paralyze the Libertarian party by creating internal friction. (I’m not blaming all Jews just this particular yahoogroup). Apparently the CATO Institute, which claims to be Libertarian, hates the good doctor because their definition of Libertarianism is not the traditional, Constitutionally based “live and let live” but “I can bomb and plunder anyone I want. Na na na na na.”

Dr Paul’s most powerful opponents are the billions of dollars a year Israel Lobby and that’s who is keeping him out of the debates and telling FOX to treat him the same way as they told Columbia University to treat Ahmedinejad. I assume the Jewish retirees in Florida are swamping the media stations demanding that they nix Dr. Paul just like they write letters to their Congressman demanding that we bomb Iran. One of their journalists in the New York Times wrote a hit piece against Ron Paul as a Nazi.

This is a coordinated effort by people who are not loyal to a particular candidate but are only loyal to continued US taxpayer funding of Israeli wars and continued subsidies for American Jews to get mortgages with 2% interest rates on stolen property of Palestinians in the Occupied Territories.

3 Comments »

  1. If I were Jewish (I am not) I would support Israel. It is that simple. Jewish folks in America must hold onto the State of Israel just in case there is another outbreak of life-threatening Antisemitism (along the lines most recently exercised in Germany). No Western nation has been free of either exercising or tending to Antisemitism. Although but a small fraction of the American population Jewish people have learned, through the centuries, that to be powerless is to encourage persecution. They work in concert. Hilberg’s book is instructive on Jewish survival tactics. Let’s face it, you and I know more than a few folks who are covert antisemites. They hardly admit it to themselves, let alone others, but you can see this for yourself if you look at the comments attached to any blog which deals with Iraq. The MSM (Main Stream Media) is perceived by more and more as being under the control of Zionists and so distorting the news. They might well be doing so! Paul, despite his clear reasoning that US funding is to come to an end to both Israel and others, is still taken as a threat by the Jewish people in America. The AIPAC and the “Israeli Lobby” are understood as exercising too much control over American foreign policy — and so they might. The Jewish folk, with the rising Muslim population in Israel itself, seem to be between a rock and a hard place — either continue support of Israel or fear the rise of American antisemitism if that support is not only fully revealed but resented. If I were Jewish I’d become a Methodist (I’m not a Methodist either)– same God. And HE likely is too intelligent to give a damn what prayer techniques you employ. Indeed he may not even be tuning in.

    Comment by L. Step — January 17, 2008 @ 2:58 pm

  2. Tax Season is upon us.

    Here’s an idea: Target the H&R Block Tax Preparation outlets, where people are stepping out from having to pay Uncle Sam a huge share of their livelihood or where they’ve been disappointed to learn Uncle Sam has kept more $$ than they ever expected.

    Hand these people a Ron Paul message of hope: ABOLISH THE IRS!!!!!

    You can’t lose!

    DO IT NOW!!!! HELP THE CAMPAIGN!!

    Comment by Tax Rebel — January 18, 2008 @ 7:58 am

  3. Truth hurts in the Empire of Lies.

    Comment by Benjamin — August 21, 2011 @ 6:01 am


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