Tuesday, June 05, 2012


Bilderberg backs Romney?

Rand Paul backs Romney.

"Why is Ron Paul so protective over the internationalist/neocon/Rockefeller Republican, Mitt Romney?

"...Ron Paul’s SuperPAC (political action committee), 'Endorse Liberty,' is headquartered in Mitt Romney’s backyard: Salt Lake City, Utah.

"Moreover, the SuperPAC’s staff and founders include several former Romney supporters...

"Ron Paul's SuperPAC sugar daddy, Peter Thiel... has a proven track record of using his money to play the cynical game of politics.

"According to a recent San Francisco Chronicle profile, 'libertarian' Peter Thiel is funding ... Ro Khanna, in a primary challenge against anti-war, anti-PATRIOT Act liberal Democrat Congressman Pete Stark."


Ron Paul's Biggest Supporter Is A Bilderberger, International Financier


Ron Paul’s Austerity Plan Exposed as Bilderberg Genocide, and Libertarian Anarchism Refuted

Intercept at The Intercept

Bilderberg's Thiel

Peter Thiel, allegedly Jewish and allegedly gay, was an early investor in Facebook and founded PayPal.

Peter Thiel is listed as a member of the Steering Committee of The Bilderberg Group.

Peter Andreas Thiel (born October 11, 1967)[1] is a German-born American entrepreneur, venture capitalist and hedge fund manager.

In a two-part article for the Cato Institute, Thiel wrote: "I no longer believe that freedom and democracy are compatible."[31] Thiel later clarified several of his initial statements in a follow-up essay, stating that, "While I don’t think any class of people should be disenfranchised, I have little hope that voting will make things better."[32]

Thiel founded Palantir Technologies funded by the CIA's venture capital arm In-Q-Tel.[33]

Allegedly, Alex Jones is part of the New World Order Agenda

On 13 February 2012 by Keith Gardner wrote:

1. Alex Jones revealed 'The New Pearl Harbor' document from the Project for the New American Century (PNAC) called 'Rebuilding America’s Defenses' as part of the New World Order's agenda. 

2. Alex Jones fails to mention the PNAC document called Money and the Coming World Order: The Creation of International Monetary Order

3. PNAC wants a New World Order based on the gold standard. 

4. Alex Jones is a dedicated promoter of Ron Paul and a return to the gold standard. Alex Jones and Ron Paul also both have significant investments in gold, with the producer of the Alex Jones show being a gold trader. 

5. The gold standard is part of the endgame and blueprint for global enslavement, and that Ron Paul and Alex Jones are heavily invested into it.

6. Ron Paul also gave public support for globalization and a one world currency, gold, in the public record.

7. Ludwig von Mises and the Austrian School of Economics was also funded by the Rockefeller Foundation, the same people who created the United Nations, World Bank, and IMF, and the same people behind Standard Oil, Exxon-Mobile, the Federal Reserve, and Chase Bank, and the same people behind the eugenics program in America.



BuelahMan said...

But, Webster, you sneaky "Socialist", why do you hate Ron Paul?

I'm blue in the face...

Anonymous said...

Brilliant article.

It is fortunate that many are finally seeing the light when it comes to Alex Jones.

Tarpley is exactly correct when he says many RPaul supporters DO NOT comprehend Paul's economic policy... the average supporter who's heard of von Mises and the Au school assumes: "Well, they are in favor of small govt and limited spending (taxation) and a return to the gold standard, so they must be good'' without comprehending that the gold standard is just another shell game meant to steal money and energy from the people and transfer it to the Lords.

Limited spending/small govt really means: ''Hey, you go and work and pay your taxes and we'll use your taxes (energy and work and time) to pay back the Banksters who were so nice to loan the $$$ to the USA in the first place! Oh, and you can continue to fund the military and the Police State with your taxes because that's important. But you want or need healthcare or clean water or a roof over your head? That's your problem.''

The Au school, von Mises/ Ron Paul /Libertarian movement is simply another path to follow to your ultimate enslavement.

Anonymous said...

watched the discussion between Jones and Tarpley. Jones seems to be drunk, he is using lewed language, his usual "watch your language, we are a family station" seems forgotten.. Tarpley making some very good points, naming Trichet, Hollande, Beresovsky, Goldman Sachs, but he is still too cautious to call the tribe a tribe.. it appears, Webster, who is also "sipping" from the red wine glass, jokingly, would like to intice Jones to start an new anarchistic political movement, to finally liberate the US citizen from the yoke of AIPAC and their shills..

HPrice said...

And don't forget that Ron Paul co-wrote a book with a guy called Lewis Lehrman who was on the PNAC committee. The book was "The Case for Gold", and you can find it here on Amazon:


The publisher was the Mises Institute ... hmmm ...

Best wishes


ps going through all the people who advertise with AJ always brings out the anti-semite in me ... oh well (lol).

Anonymous said...

Thank you. I've been saying this for years.

Another thing people should be wary of is anyone declaring that a fiat currency is wicked. It isn't. There is nothing inherently wrong with fiat currency. It is only evil if in private hands.

This likewise applies to gold. Gold is not inherently good. Were a cartel to hold most of the world's gold (and they do) we would be no better off than under a privately controlled fiat currency.

Sure enough, Fort Knox has been emptied, and the UK and Australia (that I know of for sure, perhaps others too) sold off their gold reserves years ago, and for pennies in the pound. Whoever bought that gold (no prizes for guessing who) will, with a switch to gold, be just as powerful as they ever were.

Here's an analogy: switching from fiat money to gold will, provided it's in private hands, be the equivalent of shifting from 240v to 110v. Barely any difference at all with the machine running same as it ever was.

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Anonymous said...

An interesting interview, dialogue, and combativeness between Jones and Tarpley.

Jones doesn't handle confrontational, or should I say, "oppositional," interviews very well.

Jones rarely has interviews on his show with people who hold different opinions than his own.

Agreed: The gold standard could ,and most likely would, be dominated by private parties (international bankers). A fiat currency truly controlled by a sovereign government can work.

Concerning Greece, Tarpley fails to say where the money would come from in the program he supports.

Tarpley doesn't want Greece to exit the Euro, but with a default, no Euros would come in to Greece and an exit from the Euro would most likely follow.

Reverting to the Drachma is fine, but there would be a devaluation from the Euro. How much devalution no one knows for sure, but many analysts suggest as much as 50% (it could be less).

Tarpley doesn't provide an answer for the finance of his anti-austerity program which according to Tarpley could happen without devaluation (but doesn't explain how repudiation & default could happen without significant devaluation).

Tarpley's program doesn't pencil out, or at least he doesn't explain how it could or would pencil out.

I favor Greece exiting the Euro, reverting to the Drachma, taking an initial hit of some degree of devaluation, but possibly a faster recovery than under a Euro bailout agreement and maintaining its sovereignty.

Regarding Jones, Ron Paul, and Tarpley:

It's Paul's position against War and auditing the FED that attracts many supporters. And Paul has injected many issues in the Republican primary debates by his candidacy that otherwise wouldn't have been brought up at all by anybody else (especially his antiwar position).

Tarpley is an unreconstructed Franklin Delano Roosevelt New Deal liberal.

Tarpley is an excellent analyst, particularly in the geo-political arena. But certainly has his own political views that not everybody agrees with.

Jones obviously has a different political perspective from an FDR, New Deal Democrat like Tarpley.

Libertarianism is an utopian ideology and has problems in various policy arenas (I, myself, am not a libertarian because I see law & morality intertwined for thousands of years -- Libertarianism, particularly the Austrian School, divorces law and morality to a degree I find leads to a "law of the jungle" mind-set which I find troubling and reject, although I hold some libertarian views on individual issues.

Anonymous said...

LEWIS LEHRMAN, a Jew, of course... Just dont let urself fooled by PAUL...

Anonymous said...


So if Mises is wrong and gold is the barbarous relic (Keynes is wrong too), what exactly is the answer? What is more likely a form of fractionated gold backing or competing local currencies? Or is it a super sovereign fiat? And if a super sov fiat how exactly does that diverge from the current sov debt backed money presently?

Save time: it doesn't. And guess what, the Yuan and Yen direct trading is a whispering to you. As is this:

"Zhang Monan a researcher with the State Information Center says dollar denominated global monetary systems has caused economic and financial chaos in a People’s Daily commentary. The dollar system has interrupted world’s normal economic growth mechanism. Direct trading in Yuan and Yen marks a substantial step forward in China bid t extricate itself form the excessive dependence on the US dollar."

The fiat money works only as long as the majors feel like the US subsidy (inflation, shipping lanes, defense, trade, etc) is one worth paying. The read phone tells the tale on that front.


From the likes of the US naval moves in the pacific (and Australia war strategy leak), it would appear the players in Asia are sliding ever so subtly of the same page.

HPrice said...

I've been watching the so called truth movement for several years, and found Alex Jones to be a fearmonger and use a lawyer who works for the Bronfmans of Canada (Edgar Bronfman used to be the head of the World Jewish Congress).

So close are his ties to the Bronfmans, one can only see him as one of the bad guys. There is no question of this. Bring in all his advertisers too and it just nails the point home. How some people cannot see this still beggars belief.

Anyway, Tarpley is not to be trusted either. Look at all of his so called predictions that have NOT come true over the years, and you can come up with two possibilities: either he has no idea what he is talking about; or two, he is spouting rubbish due to some hidden agenda.

(Or of course, maybe it is a third possibilty and he is being used and just doesn't realise it because he is stupid! lol).

Anyway, I believe one should avoid any of his prognostications and so called analysis. I believe he may be as bad as Jones in this respect.

Also, any fight between AJ and anyone else also smells of some kind of put-up job. I have called AJ, the "info-wrestler" because of this kind of thing. He shouts and blusters, and comes across as fake in so many of his pronouncements of fighting for the truth. What has he actually accomplished. Nothing. Its all an illusion. Its pro-wrestling but with out the muscle.

Avoid them both, and stick to someone like Michael Collins Piper who you will actually get the truth from.

[oh and others to be avoided: Rense (actually anyone on Rense or associated with him, especially Frosty Wooldridge), Jim Fetzer, Chris Bollyn, god the list goes on and on ... there are so many crooks and shills in the truth movement, it really is disheartening sometimes ...]

Best wishes

Harvey P.

Anonymous said...

Harvey P.'s comment is RIGHT ON THE MARK!

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