To all the Ron–Rand Paul Suckers HATE TO SAY I TOLD YA SO 2 YEARS AGO He’s just another Puppet… Now Alex Jones flip flops over night pulling the poor me I’ve being deceived and betrayed… When one week ago he support was solid.Now he says he seen in the tea leaves the small betrayals over the last 3 months. An outright Lie from one week ago Alex He saw no sign in the Tarpley interview
June 9, 2012
This is an exclusive interview taken on Thursday May 31st, 2012 which was before Rand announced his official support for neocon Mitt Romney.
The clip comes out of a three hour interview that we did with Tarpley for our future documentary motion picture.
None of the interview was going to be released until the documentary came out but due to the recent controversy surrounding Rand Paul’s support for Mitt Romney we have decided to release this clip.
Some will say Tarpley is spot on, others will say he is exposing himself as a Marxist shill.
below: This is a never before seen interview of Rand Paul in 2010 on the campaign trail right before becoming U.S Senator. It’s pretty amazing seeing Rand Paul make such statements against the Bilderberg Group and Goldman Sachs but yet still endorse a Goldman Sachs flip flopping Bilderberg puppet.
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Alex Jones is a liar He forgets his interview with Webster Tarpley were he Alex Jones did all the typical deceptive disinfo interview stuff.Like He was Heckling, talking like a child at Tarpley and so on disgusting behavior and constantly trying to change the subject. He calls Tarpley a Communist indirectly at one point… Alex was totally backing Ron Paul to the point of obsession just one week ago with no doubt about him either. He wasn’t taking Tea Leaves for 3 month about Paul last week he was sure about backing Ron Paul. He now lying when he says he saw all the small betrayals. Tarpley predicted it all to him that night and Alex turned it into a word fight with Tarpley being right all the interview and Its funny how Alex is not mentioning that interview at all
Editor’s Note: Alex Jones will be covering this issue on today’s show. He will also release a special message for Ron Paul tonight. see above 2nd video
Rand Paul’s decision to endorse Mitt Romney as Republican candidate for President is causing a firestorm of outrage amongst Ron Paul supporters, who are accusing the Kentucky Senator of selling out to the political establishment.
During an appearance on Sean Hannity’s Fox News show last night, Rand Paul threw his weight behind the former Massachusetts Governor.
"My first choice had always been my father. I campaigned for him when I was 11-years-old. He’s still my first pick," Paul told Hannity. "But now that the nominating process is over, tonight I’m happy to announce that I’m going to be supporting Gov. Mitt Romney."
The Romney campaign quickly shot back with an official press release welcoming the endorsement.
"I am honored to have earned the endorsement of Rand Paul. Senator Paul has been a leading voice in the effort to scale back the size and reach of government and promote liberty. Over the past three and half years, President Obama has made government more and more of a presence in our lives, and Americans can’t afford four more years of the same failed policies. As President, I will reform the federal government and make it smaller, simpler, and smarter. I am grateful for Senator Paul’s support and look forward to working with him to get America back on the right track."
When asked about signs that Rand Paul was moving closer to Romney after a series of low-key meetings with the former Governor of Massachusetts, Alex Jones pointed out that Paul would be far wiser to wait four years before trying to have an impact on the presidential election.
"I think Rand will destroy himself if he does that," said Jones, adding, "I would advise Rand Paul to refuse it," if he is offered the VP slot by the Romney campaign.
The reaction to Rand Paul’s endorsement of Romney on pro-Ron Paul websites has been nothing short of savage. Listed below are just a handful of the thousands of comments attacking Rand for his apparent decision to jump in bed with the Republican establishment.
"Not another penny for Rand! THAT IDIOT! He got himself infected by the Washington, shifting, turning, spinning, compromising, eye shutting WASHINGTON BUG!"
"Son betrayed the father. Looks are perception. Perception is marketing. No kid does this to his father. Rand could have quietly gone to the polls and voted. I can’t see it as anything except spineless."
"He was an equivocator from the beginning. He does not have the same commitment to the Constitution. He’s feathering his own bed. Now, let him lie in it!"
"This weakens us by making us have to bend to the establishment and compromise our beliefs. Paulistas, we never compromised one hair during this whole journey. Are you willing to begin compromising now?"
"Rand Paul is a pathetic sellout! I just emailed the Campaign For Liberty to let Rand know exactly how I feel. He is a traitor. He has lost my vote in 2016."
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Linguistic analysis of Rand Paul’s endorsement of Romney contradicts his words: Rand Paul is disgusted with him!
Saturday, June 09, 2012
by Mike Adams, the Health Ranger
Editor of NaturalNews.com
(NaturalNews) In the aftermath of the shock and the overwhelming feeling of betrayal following Sen. Rand Paul’s endorsement of Mitt Romney for president, most people are trying to understand WHY it happened. But to my knowledge no one has yet analyzed the linguistics, the intonation and themicro-expressionsthat Rand Paul delivered as part of his announcement, because they may provide even more information than his words.
Here, I offer a brief linguistic and micro-expressions analysis of Rand Paul’s delivery of his announcement. What you’ll see here is thateven Rand Paul is disgusted with his own endorsement.
Watch his announcement here:
Linguistics and intonation
If you watch Rand Paul deliver his announcement, pay particular attention to the part where he says:
But you know, now that the nominating process is over, tonight I’m uh happy to announce that I’m gonna be supporting Governor Romney.
During this entire sentence, his voice and intonation stay relatively high, in the "optimistic" range, including as he’s talking about his father. But the minute he utters the words "Governor Romney," two things happen:
• The pitch of his voice drops sharply.
• The strength of his voice tapers off, almost as if the last part of "Romney" has no power behind it.
The overall feeling associated with this delivery is one ofdisgust. It’s almost as if Rand Paul is describing someone he is disappointed with or despises.
He most certainly did not do the things you would expect to hear if he were excited about Romney:
• Raising the pitch of his voice.
• Increasing the strength of his voice. "Government ROMNEY!"
That these telltale signs are completely absent, and that he instead dropped both the pitch and power of his voice, tells you thatRand Paul does not himself believe what he is saying!
He sounds disappointed in himself and very much uninspired about Romney. It is delivered asa surrender to disgust. This is hardly the tone we would expect to hear from someone who is excited about the endorsement.
Again, watch Rand Paul’s announcement to follow what I’m explaining here:
Talking about his father vs. talking about Romney
There is also a subtle but very real difference between the way Sen. Rand Paul talks about his father versus talking about Romney. Here are the overriding emotions as he speaks:
Happy, confident, expressive:
My first choice has always been my father, I campaigned for him when I was eleven years old, he’s still my first pick…
Reserved, cautious, neutral:
..but you know now that the nominating process is over, tonight I’m happy to announce that I’m going to be supporting…
Immediately after Rand Paul utters "Governor Romney," his face freezes. His usual pattern of rapid blinking and eyebrow hikes grinds to a virtual halt. He goes "stone cold" for a few seconds.
He only smiles again when Sean Hannity mentions his father:
If you didn’t support your father, by the way, I would really question…
Rand Paul SMILES(i.e. he likes his father)
From there, Sean Hannity asks Rand Paul why he decided to support Mitt Romney. The answers that Rand Paul givesmake no sense.
He starts out by citing a completely irrelevant, distracting "similarity" which is that both himself and Romney have fathers who once ran for President.Huh?
This is entirely irrelevant to his politics, philosophies and beliefs. Saying you would endorse someone for President because their dad did something that your dad also did strikes of afabricated, poorly-thought-out series of excusesscripted as talking points.
Then he goes on to say that Governor Romney comes from "a big family" which is just like his own big family.Huh?
Does Rand Paul really think the American people give a damn how big his family is? What they want to know is how these bureaucrats are going to restore liberty and freedomfor ALL families. The "big family" comparison is yet another scripted talking point.
He then goes on to say something that finally makes sense, that Romney and he share "family values." That’s a reasonable point of discussion.
After that, he goes into total spin mode, describing how he met and talked with Romney, and how Romney was "very supportive" of the idea of auditing the Fed, but that claim doesn’t mean anything, especially when Romney is a banker globalist.
Sen Rand Paul’s endorsement for Romney has more deceptive layers than Obama’s birth certificate
What does all this means? If this linguistic and micro-expressions analysis is to be believed, it means Sen. Rand Paul despises Mitt Romney. That, in turn, meanshe held his nose and made a deal. Whether that deal is for a possible VP spot is being hotly debated right now, but it seems clear some kind of deal was made.
This is the very reason why Rand Paul is being berated by his (former?) support base: You don’t make a deal with the devil! Perhaps Alex Jones said it best in this up-front, uncensored and aggressively statedspecial video messageto Rand Paul and Ron Paul:
Other explanations behind all this include the possibility that the Paul family was threatened with assassination, and the endorsement was the only way to avoid being killed (it happened to Ross Perot, remember?).
Either way, it nevertheless remains astonishing that the son of Ron Paul would, with his own lips, utter an endorsement for such a status quo globalist like Romney, especially given that Romney practically wrote Obamacare, which has remained one of the most offensive pieces of legislation ever witnessed by those who value liberty.
Is Rand Paul plotting to insert himself as a double agent?
The word on the street is that Rand Paul has just destroyed his political career. But I saydon’t count him out yet. There remains a possibility he’s acting as a double agent, working to get inside the system and attempt to affect change from within. This well-intentioned plan almost never works out, however, as even those with the most ardent belief in liberty sooner or later get sucked into the system, compromised, and turned to the dark side.
It is the system itself that is broken, corrupt and defunct. This is the very point of Lew Rockwell, who explained in a recent interview with RT that the government itself is always the problem, and that no government can rescue the People from the problems of government:
(By the way, I just recently completed a video interview with Lew Rockwell, and that interview will be posted early next week.)
Lessons for us all: There is NO compromising with globalists!
In watching Rand Paul seemingly destroy a huge portion of his own support base literally overnight, there is a lesson here for all of us who fight for liberty:We only exist due to the support of our fellow fans and supporters.
And, just as importantly,any of us can lose it all in 24 hours if we openly betray our fellow Americans.
In a very real sense, people like myself, Alex Jones, Adam Kokesh, Lew Rockwell and others are literally justone interview away from destroying our own credibility if we were stupid enough to betray the People.
I get this. I know Alex gets it, too. Adam gets it. Lew Rockwell is unflinching in his philosophical opposition to large government. People like us aren’t about to sell out to anyone, but watching Rand Paul flame himself out of high orbit is a stark reminder to us all: Anyone who betrays the People will instantly lose their street cred. And from that, recovering any credibility is very, very difficult.
Personally, I completely agree with Alex in saying there is no compromise allowed. No doing deals with the devil. If we support liberty, we must deny our support for those who oppose it. We must never allow ourselves to become part of the very system that is destroying our economy, our liberties and our future. It is widely acknowledged now — even on the political left — that Obama is a traitor to America, but there is no indication that Romney wouldn’t be even worse. He’s practically a white version of Obama, with much the same platform: Government-run socialized medicine, high taxes, War on Drugs, secret military prisons, banker bailouts, gun confiscation and so on. Having Romney runs things in Washington will produce no better results than we’ve already seen over the last four years. It may even be worse, if you can imagine that.
I am not yet denouncing Sen. Rand Paul, as I still hope there is a double agent aspect to his actions and that somehow he will emerge as a defender of liberty. In my view, his track record has at least earned our patience in observing this situation a little longer. However, if Rand Paul continues down this path without explanation, it is all but clear he will destroy his political career and lose virtually his entire support base — the very people who put him in the U.S. Senate in the first place.
As with all lovers of liberty, my patience is running out, and I’m beginning to think Lew Rockwell was right all along:All government is inherently evil and destructive, and that we are all foolish to think government can ever be changed through elections.
BE YOUR OWN JUDGE ON WHO THE BETRAYERS ARE HERE… BECAUSE ROMNEY WAS SEEN AT BILDERBURG and that usually means in an election year the next President??? Lets wait and see what happens next???
Four separate hotel staff report seeing presidential candidate
Paul Joseph Watson
Wednesday, June 6, 2012
Four separate eyewitnesses inside the Westfields Marriott hotel in Chantilly Virginia told London Guardian writer Charlie Skelton that Mitt Romney was in attendance at Bilderberg 2012, suggesting the Republican candidate could be the elite’s pick for the upcoming U.S. presidential election.
“Four eyewitnesses on the hotel staff told me Willard Mitt Romney was here at Bilderberg 2012. My four eyewitnesses place him inside. That’s one more than Woodward and Bernstein used. Romney’s office initially refused to confirm or deny his attendance as Bilderberg is “not public”. They later said it was not him,” writes Skelton.
The London Guardian writer adds that the fact Romney’s name did not appear on the official list of attendees is meaningless. Numerous power brokers, including Bill Gates, were photographed arriving at the event yet were not included on the list of participants, as is routinely the case.
With speculation already raging that Romney’s potential VP – Indiana Governor Mitch Daniels – was already being groomed by Bilderberg cronies, Romney’s appearance at the secretive confab of global power brokers suggests that he is being favored by the elite, who have seemingly lost faith in Barack Obama.
As Skelton noted in a separate report, on Saturday afternoon a limousine arrived at the hotel surrounded by a police motorcade, signaling the arrival of a “heavyweight politician”. Could this have been Mitt Romney? It’s unlikely given the fact that he was appearing at fundraisers on the west coast all weekend, but Romney’s schedule for Thursday, the first day of the Bilderberg meeting, was clear.
An invite to the Bilderberg conference has routinely proven beneficial to future Presidents and Prime Ministers.
Four years ago during a heated battle on the campaign trail, Barack Obama and Hillary Clinton gave reporters the slip to attend the 2008 Bilderberg meeting at the same hotel. On precisely the same weekend as the confab was taking place, the Washington Post announced that Hillary was withdrawing from the presidential race and would support Obama.
Bill Clinton and Tony Blair were both groomed by the secretive organization in the early 1990′s before rising to prominence. Portugal’s Pedro Santana Lopes and Jose Socrates attended the 2004 meeting in Stresa, Italy before both going on to become Prime Minster of Portugal.
Confirmation that Romney attended Bilderberg 2012 may be hard to come by, but news that the former Governor of Massachusettes email account was compromised by a hacker could offer proof, although no emails have been leaked thus far.