Ron Paul Exposes the Neocon Agenda




In this classic 2003 speech to Congress, Ron Paul exposes the neocon agenda, outlines its background and goals and names its proponents.

Transcript

HON. RON PAUL OF TEXAS
IN THE HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES

July 10, 2003

Neo – CONNED !

The modern-day limited-government movement has been co-opted. The conservatives have failed in their effort to shrink the size of government. There has not been, nor will there soon be, a conservative revolution in Washington. Party control of the federal government has changed, but the inexorable growth in the size and scope of government has continued unabated. The liberal arguments for limited government in personal affairs and foreign military adventurism were never seriously considered as part of this revolution.

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  20. I like much of what Ron Paul has to say, but then again I liked a lot of what Barak Obama had to say before I voted for him. I, like many Americans, wanted change. It never happened! So now I wonder if it makes any difference at all as to who we "vote" for. It appears that the system (supposedly Democratic) is broken, and the "government" does not represent the people, but powerful interests that ply the halls of congress in the form of lobbyists for pharmaceutical companies, fossil fuel companies, communications industry, insurance companies, banks, Wall Street, and others like AIPAC. It appears the very government agencies that were created to protect Americans are in fact in bed with the very companies they are supposed to be overseeing.
    So my question is this: If I actually vote in 2012 (the first time I am considering not voting) for Ron Paul, and he "wins," will he be able to change the system? Or, like Obama, become nothing more than a puppet for those in power (you know the upper 1% of the population that make as much as the lower 95%).
    I believe we have lost our Democracy (if in fact we ever really had one), and that globalization is nothing more than a buzzword for "The New World Order" and a one world government that David Rockefeller talked about. So here it is:
    1. Will Ron Paul as President demand a free and unbiased investigation of what happened on 9-11, and bring all parties involved to trial in the World Court?
    2. Will Ron Paul as President, reverse our fascist policies both at home and abroad by doing away with the Patriot Acts, pre-emptive strikes, extraordinary rendition, killing unarmed civilian women and children with UAV's, attack helicopters, cruise missiles, and assassination teams?
    3. Will he use all the power given to the Executive Branch and exercised with dictatorial vehemence by George W. Bush to bring all our troops home from the over 1000 bases worldwide?
    4. Will he return America to the country where we once were able to exercise our right to assembly without being forced into restricted areas and stifled by police brutality?
    If not, then let's all stop playing this game on Capitol Hill! Let's stop this "dog and pony show" that is nothing more than a facade of what is really happening behind the scenes. Most Americans believe that the Bush Administration knew, and probably had something to do with, 9-11. There never would have been a 9-11 Commission had it not been for the Jersey Widows. Building 7 was never addressed, nor the money trail to Pakistan's ISI. Since our "foreign policy" (Pax Americana as described in Brzezinski’s "The Grand Chessboard," and laid out in PNAC's "Rebuilding America's Defenses") has been based upon what happened that day, isn't an investigation not only warranted, but necessary??

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    • @Roland you raise great points! Please contact me at Robert.Crofts@live.ca and I will list Ron Pauls position on each one of your points. Take care

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    • Roland, 1) what happened on 9/11 happened in the USA to citizens & residents of the USA, damaging USA interests & security ... there is no need to bring the World Court (a body which has demonstrated no restraint in regards to any nation's sovereignty) into the investigation, prosecution or execution of judgment.2) No president can "reverse" legislative processes that have passed into law. A president can ignore the law (as Mr. Sotero is doing re: illegals), subvert the law, undermine the law & manipulate the law ... but he cannot reverse it. Only Congress can undue what has previously passed into law (unless the Court acts to nullify it).3) Many of our troops are based at stations due to treaty obligations. Treaty which have been ratified by Congress cannot simply be ignored by the President. Such obligations can be reviewed, renegotiated (State Dept.) & sent to Congress for ratification presuming the other parties of the treaty are amenable to the new terms ... but it is not the president alone who can act (unless, of course, he is Mr. Sotero & has no interest in maintaining the Constitutional separation of powers).4) Right to assembly includes the responsibility to be peaceable & to observe the jurisdictional regulations such that one group's assembly does not limit another's exercise of rights, liberties or freedoms (including conducting business & accessing publicly owned or maintained arenas).Your demands indicate an ignorance of constitutional government, of the application of liberties & of the powers vested in government ... as well as a disconnect between what we have now & what the result of a limited government should be.

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