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RON PAUL’S HIDDEN AGENDA: IRAN DESTROYS ISRAEL

BY A. J. WEBERMAN RON PAUL IS A CRYPTO-NAZI WITH A HIDDEN AGENDA. PAUL WISHES TO SEE IRAN OBTAIN A NUCLEAR WEAPON AND USE IT AGAINST ISRAEL. THIS IS HIS SPEECH OPPOSING SANCTIONS AND SUGGESTING THAT AMERICA SHOULD SUPPLY IRAN WITH URANIUM ENRICHED TO 20% AND THAT ISRAEL SHOULD BE MADE TO GIVE UP ITS NUCLEAR WEAPONS. VIEW HIS SPEECH ON YOUTUBE.

I think this bill would be better named if we called it Obsession With Iran Act 2012. Because this is what we continue to be doing is be obsessed with Iran and the idea that Iran is a threat to our national security. Iran happens to be a third world nation they have no significant navy, air force intercontinental ballistic missiles. The IAEA and our CIA said they are not on the verge of a nuclear weapon. It’s so similar to what we went though in

the early part of the last decade when we were beating the war drums to go to war against Iraq and it was all a façade; there was no danger from Iraq. So this is what we are doing, beating the war drums once again. Now since the bill has come back from the conference if we’re going to deal with civil liberties in Syria well I happen to be a civil libertarian I am very concerned about civil liberties. But let me tell you this bill is not going to do anything to enhance the civil liberties of the individuals in Syria. Now if we were really interested in civil liberties why wouldn’t we look to ourselves? Why wouldn’t we look to the things we do here. What about our warrantless searches under the Patriot Act? What about the policy of assassination and assassinating American citizens? What about arrests by the military the National Defense Authorization Act. What about the drone warfare that we go on do you we are protecting civil liberties by arbitrarily dropping drones anyplace in the world with innocent people dying? If we want to really care about civil liberties in Syria? What do we care about the civil liberties? What about the secret prisons we have and the history of torture in this country. What about the fact that kill lists are being made by the executive branch of government and we sit idly by and approve of it by saying nothing and the American people put up with it and we march in this direction marching into a determination to have another war. When you put on sanctions on a country it’s an act of war and that’s what this is all about. The first thing you do when war breaks out between two countries is you put sanctions on the country, you blockade the country. So this is an act of war. What would we do if somebody blockaded us and put sanctions on us and prevented the importation of any product in this country? We’d be furious; we’d declare war we’d go to war so we are the antagonists. We are over there poking our nose, poking our nose in other people’s affairs just looking for the chance to start another war. First it’s Syria, than Iran we have too many wars we need to stop these wars we don’t have the money to fight these wars any longer. I am still rather

impressed with the obsession over a weapon that still does not exist and no concern whatsoever about many nuclear weapons that are held by countries that never even joined the nuclear non-proliferation treaty. It is called for in the debate that Iran should end all its nuclear programs. But they are permitted to have their programs under the Non Proliferation Treaty/ And the other countries that have weapons including the countries that hold the weapons that came from the Soviet Union system, it seems that that would be a much greater danger You know the investigation by the UN or by the CIA has never indicated that they never enrich above 20%. And they said they would not even do it to 20% if they would merely allow if the west would cooperate and sell them this material they said we don’t need it. But we need 20% enrichment for nuclear isotopes, medical isotopes. So our refusal to deal with them prompts them to take it up to enrichment to 20%. 5% of course is what they are allowed to do for nuclear energies. But this idea that we can badger people and then defy the law what we are asking them to do is to close down their program is you are asking them to defy international law they agreed to this they have a right to do this under this treaty. For us to say that they must quit it I think it is very close to an obsession on a country that is incapable of attacking us. They don’t have a history of invading their neighboring countries. The last time they were at war was with Iraq and we bugged Iraq to go to go into Iran. So I find this very distressing that the obsession continues. I find it very very upsetting that this vote will of course be overwhelmingly in support of correcting the civil liberties of Syria and making Iran toe the line and give up on something that they are permitted to do. A vote for this in my opinion in time will show that it’s just one more step to another war that we do not need. We have not been provoked. They are not a threat to our national security and we should not be going this. We’ve been doing it to long. For the last 10, 15 years we are just obsessed with idea that we go to war and try to solve all the problems of the world

at the same time it is bankrupting us. I strongly urge a no vote on this resolution.