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RON PAUL AS “THE PIED PIPER”

Good brief observation & summation re all things Ron Paul in this comment:

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Dan said (September 13, 2013):

I observed the whole Ron Paul ‘rEvolution’ rise rise from it’s ‘Mr. Smith Goes to Washington’ startup in 2007. What started as voter desperation to escape the clutches of the war mongers that run the US government and maybe – just maybe, reopen investigation of 911, morphed gradually into the Cult of the Whore of Babylon – Ayn Rand.

It turned out that Ron Paul was what we call a “Pied Piper,” a NWO agent like Timothy Leary was. Except instead of altered consciousness with LSD – it’s GOLD FEVER.

It’s a cheap tactic, seems to work again and again — it’s a LONG CON. Few of Ron’s followers remembered that he’d done the same schtick in the election of ’88 as the Libertarian candidate. By the way, at least three Libertarian candidates since 1980 have been admitted CIA.

When it morphed from talk of restoring the original US Constitution to wasting time reading ‘Atlas Shrugged’ and ‘The Fountainhead’ I was ready to reach for a loaded gun.

Then Ron predictably passed the torch to his son RAND, named after AYN RAND and the social Darwinist utopia. A place that can only exist if the Georgia Guidestones are carried out.

The sheeple always forget why they started following another Pied Piper in the first place. Most of Ron Paul’s followers never heard of Ayn Rand, and they didn’t understand Libertarianism. They confused the word Liberty [1] with the notion of individual freedom.

[1] ‘Liberty’ is when the sailors are allowed to leave the ship, but if they don’t report back to ship on time the Shore Patrol goons throw them in the brig.

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Source & Full Article re the “Liberty Dollar” founder:

9/12/13: “Libertarian Meets ‘Sound Money’ Hero:
http://henrymakow.com/2013/09/Libertarian-Meets-Sound-Money-Hero%20.html

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Re Dan’s comment: Exactly! It didn’t take too long to begin to distrust RP with his El Diablo-supposed-I-Love-You hand signs, his Masonic connection per long-time-aide Penny Freeman letter, his creepy college fraternity connection, his fake version of Christianity that believes in evolution, his continued “blowback” fake 9/11 excuses, & his promise-breaking early bailout from the 2008 Prez campaign, etc. “Dr. Feel Good” quickly became “Dr. No.”

For more details about that, see Part VI here, “The Libertarian Revolution”:

THE SYNARCHY: “JUDEO-CHRISTIAN” THEOCRACY FRONTS FOR INTERNATIONAL JEWISH BANKING CARTEL:
http://watch.pair.com/synarchy-1.html

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Side Note:

Fascinating history of The Pied Piper, where 130 children disappeared from the city of Hamelin in the 1200-1300’s on June 26 or July 22:

Pied Piper of Hamelin – Wikipedia:http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Pied_Piper_of_Hamelin

Many details there but two explanations stood out:

1. “Silver-tongued” “lokators” dressed in “many colors” came to town & enticed the city’s youth to move away & settle/establish unoccupied areas of Poland with promises of a better life, etc. (However, if you click on Wiki’s hyperlink for “lokator,” there is a picture of a midieval lokator wearing a hat but his clothes are not “many colors.”)

2. The children (or youth) were “seduced to the place of execution” to a nearby HILL.

Who could afford multi-colored clothing in those days? Nobility?

Merchants & Banksters? (Jews?)

Early “real estate sharks”? (Catholic Church clergy?)

“Candy men” dressed in “rainbow” colors? (a pedophile was the culprit, per one suggestion, but 130 children all at once? It takes a “normal” pedo a lifetime to seduce 100 kids, unless the Piper wanted a harem, or he had a gang of fellow pedos waiting in the wings).

Red & Purple-garbed Satanists/Occultists looking for sacrificial victims? (HILLS or “high places” are historical places of sacrifices).

Talmudic Jewish Rabbis looking for “blood libel” victims en-masse?

I guess we’ll never know in this life. Whichever, 130-160 children/youth “went away” from Hamelin one Summer never to return.

BTW, the “rat connection” to the Pied Piper story was added a few centuries later. Hmmm. A “cover up”?

(Photos also from Wiki.)

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“CONSPIRACY THEORISTS” PROVED “SANE” AT LONG LAST, RESEARCHERS SAY

“CONSPIRACY THEORISTS” PROVED “SANE” AT LONG LAST :)

Great read, article further below. Evidently, we “truthseekers” have been “validated” by the “social sciences experts,” lol. And it only took a dozen years from 9/11, or fifty years from the JFK murder.

Just as we always knew, we are officially the “sane” ones now & the anti-conspiracy foaming-at-the-mouth “haters” are the nut cases, lol. I wish my SIL & fellow “conspiracy theorist in spirit” (across the miles in cyberspace) had lived long enough to see this article. She would have loved it!

Over thirty-plus years ago when I first began studying the Bible & was telling her the whole world was under the domain of the Devil (1st John 5:19; John 12:31, 14:30, 16:11; Matthew 4:8-10; 2nd Corinthians 4:4; Ephesians 2:2; 2nd Timothy 2:26: http://www.biblegateway.com/passage/?search=1%20John%205:19;%20John%2012:31,%2014:30,%2016:11;%20Matthew%204:8-10;%202%20Corinthians%204:4;%C2%A0Ephesians%202:2;%202%20Timothy%202:26&version=NKJV ), she immediately agreed, “I ALWAYS KNEW there was something WRONG with the world but I couldn’t quite figure out WHAT it was,” she said.

Fast forward two decades, enter the Internet & discovery of the actual “Devil’s earthly puppets” who ARE “conspiring” for a One World Government/New World Order on this planet for their “god”/Lucifer, & SIL was right there at the other end of the email line, the ONLY family member in our now-much-older age group who actually was reading, believing, responding to, & thankful for the thousands of emails I was sending out in those first few years.

When I finally hit “email burnout,” she sent what is my most favorite prized possession of all time, a simple one-liner email that merely said,

“BG, GOING THROUGH WITHDRAWAL. IN NEED OF YOUR EMAILS!”

:D That cracked me up, melted my heart, & made all the struggles worthwhile!

Then at her recent obit site, a comment was left by someone they knew out West. They wrote that they truly enjoyed SIL’s “UNIQUE WAY of THINKING ABOUT THINGS.” :) I have no doubt SIL had probably been “preaching” to their friends re the reality of the world as it really is, & not as the majority think it is.

So this article is for you, dear SIL!! We were NEVER the “crazy ones”! :)
(Colossians 1:13: http://www.biblegateway.com/passage/?search=Col%201:13&version=NKJV )!

“Even the Spirit of Truth;
whom the World Cannot Receive,
because it Seeth Him Not,
Neither Knoweth Him:
but Ye Know Him;
for He Dwelleth with You,
and Shall Be In You.”
(John 14:17)

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“Howbeit when He,
The Spirit of Truth, is Come,
He will Guide You into All Truth:
for He Shall not Speak of Himself;
but Whatsoever He Shall Hear,
That Shall He Speak:
and He will Shew You
THINGS TO COME.”
(John 16:13)

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7/12/13: “New Studies: ‘Conspiracy Theorists’ Sane; Government Dupes Crazy, Hostile'” – by Dr. Kevin Barrett:
http://www.presstv.ir/detail/2013/07/12/313399/conspiracy-theorists-vs-govt-dupes/

Recent studies by psychologists and social scientists in the US and UK suggest that contrary to mainstream media stereotypes, those labeled “conspiracy theorists” appear to be saner than those who accept the official versions of contested events.

The most recent study was published on July 8th by psychologists Michael J. Wood and Karen M. Douglas of the University of Kent (UK). Entitled “What about Building 7? A social psychological study of online discussion of 9/11 conspiracy theories,” the study compared “conspiracist” (pro-conspiracy theory) and “conventionalist” (anti- conspiracy) comments at news websites.

The authors were surprised to discover that it is now more conventional to leave so-called conspiracist comments than conventionalist ones: “Of the 2174 comments collected, 1459 were coded as conspiracist and 715 as conventionalist.” In other words, among people who comment on news articles, those who disbelieve government accounts of such events as 9/11 and the JFK assassination outnumber believers by more than two to one. That means it is the pro-conspiracy commenters who are expressing what is now the conventional wisdom, while the anti-conspiracy commenters are becoming a small, beleaguered minority.

Perhaps because their supposedly mainstream views no longer represent the majority, the anti-conspiracy commenters often displayed anger and hostility: “The research… showed that people who favoured the official account of 9/11 were generally more hostile when trying to persuade their rivals.”

Additionally, it turned out that the anti-conspiracy people were not only hostile, but fanatically attached to their own conspiracy theories as well. According to them, their own theory of 9/11 – a conspiracy theory holding that 19 Arabs, none of whom could fly planes with any proficiency, pulled off the crime of the century under the direction of a guy on dialysis in a cave in Afghanistan – was indisputably true. The so-called conspiracists, on the other hand, did not pretend to have a theory that completely explained the events of 9/11: “For people who think 9/11 was a government conspiracy, the focus is not on promoting a specific rival theory, but in trying to debunk the official account.”

In short, the new study by Wood and Douglas suggests that the negative stereotype of the conspiracy theorist – a hostile fanatic wedded to the truth of his own fringe theory – accurately describes the people who defend the official account of 9/11, not those who dispute it.

Additionally, the study found that so-called conspiracists discuss historical context (such as viewing the JFK assassination as a precedent for 9/11) more than anti-conspiracists. It also found that the so-called conspiracists to not like to be called “conspiracists” or “conspiracy theorists.”

Both of these findings are amplified in the new book Conspiracy Theory in America by political scientist Lance deHaven-Smith, published earlier this year by the University of Texas Press. Professor deHaven-
Smith explains why people don’t like being called “conspiracy theorists”: The term was invented and put into wide circulation by the CIA to smear and defame people questioning the JFK assassination! “The CIA’s campaign to popularize the term ‘conspiracy theory’ and make conspiracy belief a target of ridicule and hostility must be credited, unfortunately, with being one of the most successful propaganda initiatives of all time.”

In other words, people who use the terms “conspiracy theory” and “conspiracy theorist” as an insult are doing so as the result of a well-documented, undisputed, historically-real conspiracy by the CIA to cover up the JFK assassination. That campaign, by the way, was completely illegal, and the CIA officers involved were criminals; the CIA is barred from all domestic activities, yet routinely breaks the law to conduct domestic operations ranging from propaganda to assassinations.

DeHaven-Smith also explains why those who doubt official explanations of high crimes are eager to discuss historical context. He points out that a very large number of conspiracy claims have turned out to be true, and that there appear to be strong relationships between many as-
yet-unsolved “state crimes against democracy.” An obvious example is the link between the JFK and RFK assassinations, which both paved the way for presidencies that continued the Vietnam War. According to DeHaven-Smith, we should always discuss the “Kennedy assassinations” in the plural, because the two killings appear to have been aspects of the same larger crime.

Psychologist Laurie Manwell of the University of Guelph agrees that the CIA-designed “conspiracy theory” label impedes cognitive function. She points out, in an article published in American Behavioral Scientist (2010), that anti-conspiracy people are unable to think clearly about such apparent state crimes against democracy as 9/11 due to their inability to process information that conflicts with pre-existing belief.

In the same issue of ABS, University of Buffalo professor Steven Hoffman adds that anti-conspiracy people are typically prey to strong “confirmation bias” – that is, they seek out information that confirms their pre-existing beliefs, while using irrational mechanisms (such as the “conspiracy theory” label) to avoid conflicting information.

The extreme irrationality of those who attack “conspiracy theories” has been ably exposed by Communications professors Ginna Husting and Martin Orr of Boise State University. In a 2007 peer-reviewed article entitled “Dangerous Machinery: ‘Conspiracy Theorist’ as a Transpersonal Strategy of Exclusion,” they wrote:

“If I call you a conspiracy theorist, it matters little whether you have actually claimed that a conspiracy exists or whether you have simply raised an issue that I would rather avoid… By labeling you, I strategically exclude you from the sphere where public speech, debate, and conflict occur.”

But now, thanks to the internet, people who doubt official stories are no longer excluded from public conversation; the CIA’s 44-year-old campaign to stifle debate using the “conspiracy theory” smear is nearly worn-out. In academic studies, as in comments on news articles, pro-conspiracy voices are now more numerous – and more rational – than anti-conspiracy ones.

No wonder the anti-conspiracy people are sounding more and more like a bunch of hostile, paranoid cranks.

KB/HSN

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Another “Conspiracy+Religious Nut” Goes “Whacko”

7/1/13: “VIDEO: Knife-wielding suspect grabs 2-year-old hostage in Oklahoma Walmart” – Daily News:
http://nydailynews.com/news/crime/video-shows-deadly-hostage-situation-okla-walmart-article-1.1386882

Quote:
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Witnesses described Wallace as being mentally unstable, talking about how President Bush was watching him and describing a connection with the Illuminati, a secret society mentioned by conspiracy theorists.

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A search of his Midwest City home revealed a three-ring binder and spiral notebook filled with religious writings, authorities said.

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End Quote.

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There’s no excuse for anybody to snatch any kid anywhere at any time!! (I just read another story prior to this one re a Texas Mom who successfully fought off a carjacker with her 2-kids in the back seat!)

So the further above guy, Wallace, deserved what he got (a police bullet to the head) for snatching a little 2-year-old out of her Mom’s shopping cart at Walmart, & then putting his knife to her & counting down from 60. The cop/hostage negotiator wasn’t going to chance him counting down & hurting the toddler so he shot him at point blank range.

But when media reports that such bona fide nut-case criminals believe in “conspiracy” AND are “religious,” THAT is the “deadly-combo” “handwriting on the wall” that the government is using against the REST of us in its “propaganda campaigns” currently being taught in Federal Agencies & the Military.

Their Contrived Formula:
+Belief in Conspiracy
+Religion
=”Domestic Terrorist”

As for Mr. Wallace, he was a few presidents behind, as the article says he thought Bush was “watching him” & that he referred to the “Illuminati.”

It’s true, some people probably shouldn’t study Conspiratorial History if they are mentally/emotionally weak.

But who knows? Maybe Wallace really was a “targeted individual,” & was being “monitored,” & it was not his “imagination.” The article says that as soon as he grabbed the toddler, he gave his cellphone to a person nearby (the mother?), & told them to call a SPECIFICALLY-NAMED officer at the police station. For all we know, Wallace could have been set-up for whatever reason.

Maybe banning knives is also on the Feds anti-gun agenda. Both Wallace & that other carjacker had knives.

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“QUIET SLAVES”: ONE REASON GOV’T LOVES NON-LEGALIZED IMMIGRANTS = $$$

This was a new one for me. Her point is in her very last “PS” paragraph…

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Aida on June 16, 2013 at 3:41pm wrote:
https://jonrappoport.wordpress.com/2013/06/15/multiplying-scandals-to-hide-the-one-scandal-that-could-sink-obama/#comment-45433

“…I’m living in England waiting for my immigration papers to go to America, back to America. I’m the mother of 7 children and 5 grandchildren American born. I have been waiting for 30 yrs to be legal. My kids haven’t seen their mom in 6 years, I still haven’t met my grandkids.

“When businesses were booming I was a Queen in America and living the American dream. After Sep11 and I wasn’t needed anymore I respectfully left the country and my family behind, after MR. Bush asked the immigrants to leave and put the papers in to go back. Yeh..yeh…yeh I’m still here alone waiting in agony because I trusted a liar.

“What I want to say is, even that OBUMA is pro-immigration, I still don’t like him or defend him. America is where my heart is and I can tell you that I’m more of a patriot than most Americans I see. Even though I know that Patriots hate immigrants I’m still one of them and will die if I need to. I will be there very soon to plant a garden to feed my family that your President is ready to starve.

“Even though I was a single mother for a while working and raising 7 children alone It never crossed my mind to send them to the army for an easy fix. I didn’t drink and smoke their college fund, so they did get educated and loan free. I did not sacrifice my life to raise professional murderers with a licence to kill, given by the government.

“PS> I have never been on public assistance either, or any of my friends, and yes I did pay tax every single year and no refund on 7 kids coz my 50 dollar SS card is good just to pay tax, not file for refund, and this is why immigrants aren’t legalized. We make great quiet slaves.”

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Who knew? Interesting. Gov’t wants to tax them but not refund them if over-taxed.

Just one more little mystery explained in the Grand Scheme of “Beastly” Govt’s. (Daniel ch.7; Revelation ch.13).

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