Monday, August 15, 2011

Ron Paul; the world needs you

I don´t think the only well-known politician with balls and integrity can do it himself, of course not. But the world need the republic of U.S. of A. to bounce back in so many ways. Not only economically, but also morally and as something to strive for and look up to.

There´s no doubt that U.S. is the richest, most powerful country ever existed on this planet. But the land of the free and the home of the brave have step by step been turned into the land of the serfs and the home of the foreclosed. The country I dreamt of moving to when I was young exist no more, probably didn´t even exist back then.

First of all, I actually love the country on the other side of the pond. Sometimes I can come off as another U.S. bashing leftie thug since I keep complaining about what goes on over there and since I hate what it has become. For example a couple of “friends” in Facebook ended that friendship since they felt I was too hateful and too anti-American.

You see what I love about the U.S. isn´t the war machine murder millions of Muslims, it isn´t the warmonger W-chimp or the current MaoBama, and it isn´t anything of what we can see today.

What I do love however is the idea of America and her constitution which is one of the most wonderful documents ever written. The republic of U.S.A. (the U.S. was never intended to be a democracy!) This base together with all the riff-raff´s fleeing to her shores during two centuries created something marvellous – a beautiful entity filled with so much wonder and so much riches it’s hard to even compeer it to any other country from history.

Sadly the decline started almost immediately.

The despot wannabe and warmongering empire-building Abraham Lincoln was not the first heinous screw-up hammering in a nail, but he opened up the first real wound.

The constant struggle against central banksters ended with an utter defeat 1913 with the Federal Reserve act. This together with Democratic president Woodrow Wilson and very shady and strange reasons the U.S. to enter WW I and so started the real decline. Thereafter came hit after hit with laws against drugs, money printing from the Fed. and other stupidities. After doing the correct thing during the Great Depression of 1921 (never heard of that one have you?) a new idiotic generation started to push U.S. down the path of progressivism and the idea of U.S. as the world´s police was born.

The Great Depression (soon to be re-named to: “The minor Depression”), WW II, Korea, Vietnam, the assassinations of the 60´s, abandon of the Gold standard and Jimmie fucking Carter did permanent damage. Although a slight upswing in the 1980´s (rather slightly less bad) we then got 2* Bush and now the current fuckwit.

To me it seems that all the idiocies of the last 150 years have converged in today’s Obamination and the current CONgress. U.S. of today is nothing more than a progressive leftie state among others. In many ways even worse since corporatism is the leading star and banksters practically rule supreme. The country is consequently only one step away from fascism – a step Osam... I mean Odum... MaoBam... Uhm.. Obama seem very willing to take.

Only one man with a slim chance of turning things around have constantly, for decades, been warning and standing up to the politicos in Washington. That man is Ron Paul. He predicted the financial crash, he saw the wars coming, he warned about the Fed. and he has never faulted.

I actually think he would stand a great chance of winning against the Obamination. I give him a 60/40 chance of that which is far better than most of the other republican candidates. This is because Ron Paul resonate with many democrats and he would pick up a lot of independents. People normally never voting republican. Sadly his chance of getting the actual nomination is far, far less. Probably close to zero.

Personally I think it will be a race between the warmongering bought and paid for Texas Gov. Rick Perry and the more mainstream screw-ball Mitt Romney. Both of these candidate have a presidential look about them and are far more likely to bring the entire party behind them than any other candidate.

Honestly Rick Perry frightens me. He´s like a George W Bush on steroids with a scary love for the U.S. military and every time I listen to the guy I get shills. I think he takes himself way too serious and he´s the sort of guy that pretends to be a puppet and controlled by the powers but in reality plans his own take-over to rule supreme. Among other things I think that with Perry at the helm war with Iran is an absolute certainty and the industrial-military complex will have their bestest president ever – which is why I feel fairly certain he will get the nomination.

Mitt Romney is a very likeable fella and is probably the republican candidate with the biggest chance of beating Barack Hussein, but he won´t change anything. He´s a part of the machinery, a puppet among many and a person who would compromise, make deals and fiddle and middle as president. Still a better option than the bloodcurdling Perry, but a horrible option nevertheless.

I don´t think any of the other candidates stand a chance against these two. The media hype with Bachmann and Palin will not last and it wouldn´t surprise me if Bachmann actually becomes a vice president candidate to either of the two main runners.

So sadly Ron Paul won´t win this time either and the U.S. decline will continue. I see successions, total upheaval and possibly civil war in the near future which is a very, very sad ending of the greatest country-experiment of human history.

I hope am wrong, but I don´t think so. Either way we can rest assure that Swedish and European media will continue to bash every single republican, no matter who he or she is, this while again supporting the biggest warmongering president in U.S. history (no one has ever fought in more wars or spent more money on the military than MaoBama) who´s hell-bent on destroying the world economy. Which is funny in its own right.

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