Thursday, December 22, 2011


On 20 December 2011, in her Washington Post blog, Jennifer Rubin asks What if Ron Paul wins Iowa?

Ron Paul is now ahead in the polls.

Jennifer Rubin lists her reasons for not liking Ron Paul:

1. Ron Paul has criticised Israel.

2. Ron Paul has suggested a possible Mossad link to the 1993 World Trade Center attack.

3. Ron Paul has written about the "tens of thousands of well-placed friends of Israel in all countries who are willing to work for the Mossad."

If Ron Paul should win, Jennifer Rubin believes:

(1) "Iowa caucus goers will rightly be the target of widespread anger and disdain..."

(2) "Iowa will make the contest and the people who participated in it the laughingstock of the country."

In 1982, in IOWA, 12 year old Johnny Gosch was kidnapped, while he was doing his newspaper deliveries.

Noreen Gosch wrote ('Why Johnny Can't Come Home'a): "It was reported to me and given in Federal Court, February 1999, by Paul Bonacci, that 'Michael Aquino ... called the Colonel' was in fact the man who came to Iowa, paid the kidnappers for taking Johnny, then took Johnny with him.

"This took place 14 days after the kidnapping.

"Bonacci stated this under oath in Federal Court.

"Judge Urbom ruled Bonacci was telling the truth."

Cathy O'Brien wrote (Sex, Lies, and Mind Control by Cathy O'Brien ): "One of our primary mind control programmers was Lieutenant Colonel Michael Aquino.

"He was with the psychological warfare division of the US Army and founder of the occult 'Temple of Set' that is proliferating on our military bases under the guise of a religion.

"He doesn't have any religious beliefs that I ever saw, but he used occultism as a trauma base for mind control.

"The only Satanic power that I ever experienced by Aquino was in the form of a stun gun.

"The high voltage that he administered to both my daughter and I, compartmentalized memories of programs for later access by certain government leaders and ClA-sanctioned drug lords that had the codes, keys and triggers to that program."

"What is Ron Paul's solution - 'sound money' rather than 'paper money' - in other words a deflationary gold standard that changes control of the money supply from the Fed directly to the Rothschild gold monopoly." (Ron Paul The Deceiver - Out Of The Closet)

"Ron Paul is an unofficial member of the John Birch Society, which was founded by masons, funded by Nelson Rockefeller and run by Jesuit-trained Knights of Malta.

"In other words, the JBS is a gatekeeper organization, designed to control the opposition and make sure nothing substantial is ever done to impede the New World Order system which just keeps on rolling over humanity."

Ron Paul and Freemasonry Aftermath News

Reaganomics was about helping the rich elite.

Ron Paul supported Ronald Reagan.

Ronald Reagan was a bad guy.

Ron Paul must be a bad guy?

In the USA the Republicans still think that tax cuts for the rich and deregulation will solve America's economic problems. (Republicans Plot Tax Cuts And Deregulation For 2011 ...)

In the 1960s and 1970s:

There was widespread regulation of the economy and there were high taxes for the rich.

The world economy grew at about 3%, in per capita terms, each year.

From the 1980s onwards:

There was less regulation of the economy and there were lower taxes on the rich.

The world economy grew at about 1.5%, in per capita terms, each year.

What about Ronald Reagan and the US economy?

According to John Miller, teacher of economics at Wheaton College (Ronald Reagan's Legacy):

"The economy grew much more slowly in the 1980s than during the 1960s, more slowly than the postwar average of 3.6% annual growth, and no faster than in the 1970s or the 1990s.

"Nor did Reagan administration regulatory rollbacks unleash a productivity boom.

"Productivity gains in the 1980s failed to match those in the decades before and after, and couldn't hold a candle to the productivity gains of the 1960s boom...

" Reagan administration economic policies did not result in a 1960s-style prosperity, when workers' real wages went up in tandem with the value of stock holdings-just the opposite.

"Since 1980, the gains from U.S. economic growth have gone overwhelmingly to the well-to-do, and economic inequality has steadily worsened."

30 Statistics That Prove The Elite Are Getting Richer, The Poor Are Getting Poorer And The Middle Class Is Being Destroyed

Girls in Afghanistan in the 1960s, before the CIA started building up the extremist Moslems. Photo from O'Bannon article

In 1978, the government in Afghanistan was peaceful, moderate, progressive and non-communist.

The US government wanted control of Afghanistan.

The CIA decided to finance some extremist Moslems and put them into power in Afghanistan.

The CIA sets up and finances the extremist Moslem groups. Above, Ronald Reagan meets Afghan Mujahideen Commanders at the White House in 1983 (Reagan Archives)

Ronald Reagan means CIA support for Islamist extremists.

Ronald Reagan means Iran-Contra.

A column by Drew Pearson in the New York Post, 1967, reported that:

'a homosexual ring' operated out of Governor Reagan’s office for six months 'with his full knowledge' and that the governor 'did not act until pressured by aides into firing the men'.

Pearson alleged that Art Van Court, Reagan’s bodyguard, had a tape recording ‘of a (homosexual) sex orgy which had taken place at a cabin near Lake Tahoe, leased by two members of Reagan’s staff.’

The following paragraph is from:

"The first organized and visible gay presence at a Republican National Convention occurred in 1984, when Ronald Reagan became his party's nominee for a second term.

"However, this presence did not prevent a conservative faction of the GOP from trying, but failing, to oust the newly formed Log Cabin Club, a gay Republican group, from the party in 1987.

"The effort to oust the Log Cabin Club may have failed because of Reagan's ties to the group."


An 1989 Washington Times investigative report by Paul M. Rodriguez and George Archibald revealed that:

A Washington, D.C. boy prostitution ring was under investigation.

The ring numbered among its clients high officials of the Reagan administration.

(“Homosexual prostitution inquiry ensnares VIPs with Reagan, Bush: ‘Call boys’ took midnight tour of White House,” June 29, 1989.)

“The investigation is said to be focused on illegal interstate prostitution, abduction and use of minors for sexual perversion, extortion, larceny and related illicit drug trafficking and use by prostitutes and their clients.”

Reportedly, one former top-level Pentagon officer said that for eight years, military and civilian intelligence authorities were concerned that 'a nest of homosexuals at top levels of the Reagan administration may have been penetrated by Soviet-backed espionage agents posing as male prostitutes.'

Reportedly, lobbyist Craig Spence conducted a 1 a.m tour of the Reagan White House on July 3, 1988 for six friends, including two homosexual call boys.


The following is from the above site:

Reagan knew many homosexuals in Hollywood and considered several of them close, personal friends... Marc Christian, the homosexual partner of the late Rock Hudson, wrote:

"The notion that a Ronald Reagan was a homophobe strikes me as silly beyond belief.

"Not only did he have several gay men on his staff when he was Governor of California, he called my lover, Rock Hudson, when he was on his deathbed just weeks before he died of AIDS and wished him well and voiced his and Nancy’s concern and prayers.

"The Reagans had known Rock for years and knew he was gay (as did most of Hollywood). …The point is, Reagan could have ignored Rock’s illness and didn’t.”

Ron Paul "believes the United States should shed its role as the world’s policeman and focus instead on its internal economic problems.

"Representative Ron Paul of Texas says he would cut a trillion dollars out of the federal budget his first year as president, in part by ending all foreign wars and foreign aid, including to Israel."

Ron Paul's foreign policy views draw support.

We have previously pointed out that Ron Paul was once a fan of Ronald Reagan.

'Michael'', in a comment on this blog, points out that Ron Paul has criticised Ronald Reagan:

Flashback 1987: Ron Paul Trashes Ronald Reagan Pensito Review

Letter written by Ron Paul:

"President Reagan... failed to exercise his constitutional responsibility to veto spending.

"Instead, he has encouraged it...

"America will suffer from a Reaganomics that is nothing but warmed-over Keynesianism...

"Reagan ... reneged ... on his pledge to abolish the Departments of Education and Energy, or to work against abortion...

"Knowing this administration’s record, I wasn’t surprised by its Libyan disinformation campaign, Israeli-Iranian arms-for-hostages swap, or illegal funding of the Contras."

Ron Paul's mentor Murray Rothbard on "the myth of criminal Reagan being conservative."


aferrismoon said...

Words chosen with a good amount of tongue-in-cheek?

'a nest of homosexuals at top levels of the Reagan administration may have been penetrated by Soviet-backed espionage agents posing as male prostitutes.'

'penetrated by Soviet-backed espionage agents the young farmboys hopped on their tractors and chugged off .....' :)

On a more serious not 'penetrating' US politics just before the wall came down seems either lucky or very well planned. One might imagine that the Sov regime penetrated both Dems and Reps.

Israel [for a while ] were aligned with the 'communist' states and then inexplicably turned to the US, beginning the slow but sure Israel-first totalitarianism.


Anonymous said...

Excellent synopsis, Aangirfan, nice summation of a viper's nest. Everytime that I see a picture of Reagan, it reminds me of the Michael Jackson picture taken at the White House where Michael is standing between Ronald and Nancy who both look like they were having 'words'. Somehow, I think Michael was ensnared in the vipers' nest.

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A. Peasant said...

RP is the garbage man for the bankers. his job is to get the fed out of the way so they can replace it and start fresh.

dognamedblue said...

no need to post, the Twelfth Bough, which I got to through your blog :) has an interesting blog on Ron Paul

Anonymous said...

This post seems contradictory.

On the one hand:

A neocon, Israeli firster, Jennifer Rubin, denounces Ron Paul, that should tell you something.

On the other hand:

Then criticism of Paul's position on Sound Money. I don't think a gold standard would be practical, but the underlining principle is Sound Money to avoid hyper-inflation.

Since 1913, when the Fed was created, the Dollar has decreased in value by 96% (that's a lot of inflation).

Ron Paul's main issue is to tackle the Federal Reserve System (private international bankers, who control the money supply).

The super rich are the ones who benefit from high inflation, as opposed to those on fixed incomes (retirees) and low incomes.

Huge amounts of credit (debt) is provided for the super rich to invest and buy up assets. Wealth is concentrated in the top 1%.

Or credit (debt) is extended to countries that can never repay the debt and in turn sign over natural resources and/or physical assets, or provide military bases, or set up laws favorable for foreign investors, which allow them to gain control of the most profitable parts of the economy, see Confessions of an Economic Hit Man, by John Perkins.

But with the creation of money "out of thin air" exceeding growth in the economy, inflation is the result.

Also, inflation is one way the Middle Class is reduced (the other way is outsourcing & offshoring).

Ron Paul stands against "inflation for the rich".

Ron Paul supports the idea that Sound Money will spur economic growth distributed up & down the economic ladder.

Mixed in are issues surrounding Ronald Reagan's condoning homosexuals in his administrations (both state & federal). What does that have to do with Ron Paul?

A number of Republicans supported Ronald Reagan.

The alternative was incumbent President Jimmy Carter, who had substantial backing from the Trilateral Commission (Carter was a member) founded by David Rockefeller.

Carter (Trilateral Commission?) policy caused stag-flation (inflation without economic growth). Reagan policy helped break the stag-flation cycle.

David Rockefeller supports 'one world government' and is a Bilderberg member (elite power group).

The Republican establishment backed George H. W. Bush in the nomination race against Reagan in 1980.

George H. W. Bush pushed for, quote, "a New World Order".

My perception is that Aangirfan is based in the United Kingdom (I could be wrong).

Perhaps, Aangirfan's understanding of American politics is incomplete.

At this point in time, Ron Paul is the best bet to stop this elite drive for a New World Order.

Aangirfan, I've been reading your website for a while (starting around the beginning of the so-called "Arab Spring"). I've learned quite a bit, including that the "Arab Spring" was not what it seemed.

But this post seems a bit on the nihilistic side.

Who else (who has a realistic chance to win) would stop this drive to U. S. would-wide hegemony?

Aangirfan, please research Ron Paul's foreign policy positions.

Please research Ron Paul's criticisms of the C.I.A. and secret U.S. foreign policy.

Ron Paul is honest and has integrity,

Ron Paul supports the U. S. Constitution and limited government (which is what the U.S. Constitution was designed to protect, along with individual rights).

For anybody who stands against the New World Order and other Globalist plans, Ron Paul is the candidate.

And for those in other countries, if you are not in favor of current U.S. foreign policy, Ron Paul is the candidate you should hope gets the Republican nomination and then wins the presidency.

The elite establishment of BOTH American political parties, Democratic & Republican, are against Ron Paul because he threatens to turn over their status quo apple cart.

What does that tell you?

Anonymous said...

Jeffifer Rubin quoted a Ron Paul newsletter: "In 1990, the newsletter cast aspersions on the 'tens of thousands of well-placed friends of Israel in all countries who are willing to wok [sic] for the Mossad in their area of expertise.'"

Aangirfan: Doesn't this match up with your own personal research?

Yes, it could be slightly exagerated, but the idea that there are many people, mostly Zionists, who help and/or work for Mossad, has substantial evidence to back it up.

Rich Lowery in another "hit piece", quoted Ron Paul: "In January 2010, he [Paul] declared: 'There’s been a coup, have you heard? It’s the CIA coup. The CIA runs everything, they run the military.'"

Again, Aangirfan, doesn't this match up with your research?

Yes, it could be exagerated, but look at Operation Gladio and Libya, and, now, Syria, and a whole string of countries where the CIA toppled or tried to topple the government.

What about the CIA drone campaign in Pakistan? What about evidence that the CIA has been attempting to destablize or even break-up Pakistan?

Ron Paul is right on foreign policy.

Diplomacy and trade with other nations.

Military interventionism, no.

CS said...

Ron Paul says he wants to end the wars, bring the troops home and abolish the income tax. And Melanie Phillips says he's the same as Obama? LOL

And what's wrong with abolishing the income tax? Do you like paying for the bombs and bullets that kill Afghans and Libyans, or paying the salaries of all those useless bureaucrats who indoctrinate your kids, keep you under constant video surveillance, and now (in the UK) plan to piss away billions on 32 million hugely subsidized windmills?

For the vast majority of the population paying no income tax would be a huge plus with little if any downside.

CS said...

Of course, Ron Paul may be a snake! Most people once elected prove to be.

Anonymous said...

I used to be a manager at a large internet retail firm that deals in information products. I looked up the account of the above mentioned kidnapper of Johnny Gosch (as well as the kidnapper's wife Lillith) - he had bought the DVD of the movie The Mummy (with Brendan Fraser) and also a book on the making of the movie. Another book bought was "Behind the Scenes at Disney". His wife (living in VA) bought a big professional reference book on psychotropic drugs.

I've also looked into accounts of others mentioned in the O'Brien book. One major country western star bought nothing but books on UFO's.

The Mummy movie is a little scary -even to an adult - I can imagine the trauma it might cause a small child.

I am assuming it was to be used for programming, as well as the books on UFO's. IMO, the UFO books are mostly scripts to program these mind controlled multiples.

That might explain this regarding actress Anne Heche: "In 2000, Heche was found wandering in a rural area outside Fresno. Reportedly wearing only a bra and shorts, she rang a stranger's doorbell, inquired about a gateway to outer space, and asked if she could use their shower."

"She has said that she was sexually abused by her father until she was 12 years old, and that the experience drove her insane and gave her genital herpes. By her mid-20s, Heche says she had two personalities, herself and "Celestia", an alien from another planet who could talk to dead people, see into the future, and was a half-sister of Jesus Christ."

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