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As those who support the rEVOLution know, one of the most  inimical organizations in the United States is the Council on Foreign Relations.

The great Defenders of Liberty at Daily Paul describe the CFR thusly:

"Same party in power for over 50 years!! It's called the CFR!!"

"The CFR decides how they want it to play out in the media and AMAZINGLY none of the networks really say anything different"

"With the exception of Dr. Paul, every other Republican or Democrat left in the race is being fronted by the CFR"

"it was not long ago that it was a conspiracy theory that the CFR even existed (1990's), people who talked about it were treated badly then as well."

"it may make sense for us Paulians to support McCain/Palin in states such as Colorado, Nevada, Ohio, etc., IF SHE IS NOT CFR"

"Destroying our constitution to make way for a North American Union, National ID, and eventually a 1 world government are all CFR born and supported ideas. The bad thing about the CFR is they want to destroy every nation's sovereignty and have a world ruling class."

These folks are due to be majorly disappointed. Ron Paul just gave the CFR an interview.

As far as those of us who love liberty are concerned, this is a clear indication that Dr. Ron Paul was merely a front candidate, put up and run by the CFR. Their goal was evidently to channel the energies of the people who know the TRUTH into a harmless, going nowhere Republican primary candidacy. Without the distraction of Dr. Paul, these New World Order opposers would likely have banded together and caused some real trouble, at, for instance, the Republican National Convention.

Fortunately for the CFR (not to mention the Bilderbergs), the Paul distraction was successful. Most knowers of truth headed to the Ron Paul "Rally for the Republic" in Minneapolis last night. The title of the rally, of course, was a joke on the part of the CFR, using the title of the old French political party, signaling the unstoppable movement towards a One World Government.

There were, of course, a few protestors who saw through the Ron Paul sheen to the real TRUTH. However, the Gestapo/Illuminati police forces were able to easily stop them. They are now in custody and will never see the light of day again.

Okay, that's enough conspiracy-theorying. I do have to admit that thinking this up was kind of fun.

Onto the interview of Ron Paul:

Most of the interview is what you'd expect, making a bit of sense on foreign policy with a heavy load of crazy everywhere else.

For instance, in regards to New Orleans and hurricanes:

Matter of fact, I think they just get in the way, and that people who live on the coastlines should be responsible for their own problems.

Of course, Congressman Ron Paul, who's district is on the coast of Texas, took credit for hurricane relief funding after a hurricane hit (though he voted against the bill). But he can't help being a hypocrite. After all, when it comes down to it, Ron Paul is a member of the Republican party.

Originally posted to DemocraticLuntz on Wed Sep 03, 2008 at 03:18 PM PDT.

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