Ron Paul Weighs in on Trump Presidency — Beware of the ‘Shadow Government’

Former Texas Representative Ron Paul has issued a warning, on the heels of president elect Donald Trump’s successful bid for the White House, to beware of the shadow government pulling political strings behind closed doors.

Paul made his remarks in an interview with Peter Lavelle, when asked what foremost issues should be on the mind of Donald Trump right now. Paul answered, “who he appoints to the cabinet,” should be one of the first things the billionaire turned politician must address.

“Quite frankly, there’s an outside source which we refer to as the Deep State or a Shadow Government. There’s a lot of influence by people that are actually more powerful than our government itself,” he said referring to U.S. meddling with international elections around the world.
“If the government’s not acting right, it’s the secret government, it’s the shadow government, it’s the CIA and the false flags and the accidents that happen and then the people get angry, because if you don’t get angry at your enemies, then you’re unpatriotic.

Paul says he’s optimistic because the media and the government have been exposed. “Don’t believe the government,” Paul implored. He said he wants government to “be very very small” and said if we did we would have a “more peaceful world.”

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Ron and Rand Paul Were Never Going to Save Us

The main point that made me question Ron Paul, was the fact that he refused to run his presidential campaign on an independent or libertarian Ticket. True he may be a republican congressman, but if there is so much independent/libertarian support for him, then why would’nt he run on that? There is no changing a corrupt, false choice political paradigm when you continue to play by it’s rules. You either adapt, find new ideas and innovate. Or you comply with the existing corrupt political ponzi scheme, and that is something Ron Paul has not had the balls to do.

By Paul Adams, J.D.

Many people believe that Ron and Rand Paul are the only hope to save the United States from becoming a totalitarian fascist police state. After all, for decades only congressman Ron Paul exposed the crimes and consequences of the private Federal Reserve, fractional reserve banking, fraudulent war on drugs, wars and coups of aggression, the growth of government and dependency on it.

Many Ron Paul supporters believed that Ron’s son, Rand Paul, would promote the same polices as his father after being elected to the U.S. Senate. Yes, Ron and Rand appeared to be the last Jedis of freedom, battling and exposing the empire of bankster monopoly occultists. Let us now examine whether Ron and Rand Paul can be trusted to save us and how effective their efforts have been.

Ron Paul and his Campaign for Liberty PAC are great at fundraising. During the 2011-2012 election cycle, Ron Paul raised $40,909,878 and spent $38,934,716.

Unfortunately;We may not get liberty because of the Ron Paul campaign run, but it sure looks like Ron Paul campaign manager, Jesse Benton, got the big bucks.
Benton’s total income from the Ron Paul Presidential Campaign and PACs, in the 2012 election cycle, is at least $586,616, EPJ has learned. Benton is married to Ron Paul’s granddaughter Valerie Pyeatt.
Many Ron Paul supporters have become unhappy with Benton because of his suspected contacts with the Romney campaign and his overall handling of the Ron Paul campaign.”

Strangely, Ron Paul and Mitt Romey were very friendly during the Republican presidential primary campaign. Romney is the antithesis of Ron Paul and supports everything Paul claims to oppose, such as the National Defense Authorization Act of 2011, which authorizes the indefinite detention of American citizens without trial, socialized medicine (eugenics against the elderly with death panels that deny care), endless wars of aggression in foreign countries, unlimited financial aid to Israel, the fraudulent war on drugs, and Romey is a vulture bankster like those that run the private Federal Reserve. One would think that Ron Paul, “The Champion of the Constitution,” would find Romney and his CFR/Bilderberg/Trilateral/Neocon associates repugnant.

Yet Ron Paul is considering voting for Mitt Romney. With his political career at its end, why won’t Ron tell the people the truth about voting or at least clearly refuse to support vulture-bankster Romney? It appears that Ron and Rand Paul, either knowingly or unknowingly, are being used to keep millions of Americans invested in corrupt political system that is beyond repair and the false left vs. right divide-and-conquer paradigm, dominated by eugenics loving Wall Street Banksters since at least 1913.

Ron Paul has given hundreds of great speeches and written hundreds of important articles; but was he able to stop any of the following: NDAA, Real ID Act, Military Commissions Act, Patriot Act, TSA groping and expansion, John Warner Defense Authorization Act, Bankster bailouts, clergy response teams, CIA drug-running, tyrannical executive orders, Council of State Governors, covert acts of war against Pakistan, Libya, Syria, Egypt and Iran, or Fast and Furious?

No. Why not? Because even if Ron Paul is legitimate, Congress and the President don’t work for you, don’t represent you, and they never did.

During his 2008 campaign, Ron Paul said that he wanted to “end the Fed” and the I.R.S. In 2012, for some reason, he softened his tone to we should “audit the fed” and rarely mentions the I.R.S. To Ron’s credit, the Fed was audited and we learned that the largest banks were bailed out with over 16 trillion dollars as they foreclosed on millions of homes and gave their executives bonuses. By now the criminal cartel of usury known as the Fed should have been abolished or nationalized but Ron Paul says only that we should audit it again? What happened to “end the Fed?”

In conclusion, Ron Paul and Rand Paul may give good speeches, they have even educated millions of people about important issues. However, they cannot be trusted to save the United States from becoming a totalitarian fascist police state as they get practically no results yet provide patriots reason to believe in a system that is beyond repair in its current state. Representative government in the United States is a fast-fading illusion and it makes no difference which mass-murderer occupies next Whitehouse as he or she is merely a puppet.

Activist post article Here

Corporatocracy: Ron Paul says US ‘slipping into fascism’

Republican presidential candidate Ron Paul slammed America’s system of governance at a rally in Kansas City, saying businesses and government are pushing the country into twenty-first century fascism.

What the outspoken Texas Republican meant was fascist corporatism – an economic model most prominently seen in Mussolini’s Italy of the 1920s to the 1940s. Fascist economic corporatism involved government and private management of full sectors of the economy – which Paul says is par for the course in today’s America.

We’ve slipped away from a true republic. Now we’re slipping into a fascist system where it’s a combination of government, big business and authoritarian rule, and the suppression of the individual rights of each and every American citizen.”

The presidential hopeful echoed words already once delivered to the American people – by their president. Dwight Eisenhower said, in his farewell address to the nation, “In the councils of government, we must guard against the acquisition of unwarranted influence, whether sought or unsought, by the military-industrial complex. The potential for the disastrous rise of misplaced power exists and will persist.”

The disastrous rise, it seems, has happened. In 2009 alone, the United States was responsible for almost half of the world’s total military spending – 46 per cent, or 712 billion US dollars. Since then, the figures have only grown, to the point that American military spending now exceeds that of China, Russia, Japan, India, and the rest of NATO combined. The US has more than 700 military bases in 130 countries around the world.