3 responses to “Ron Paul: We have failed to recognize the true cause of the crisis.”

  1. Ron Paul to Ben Bernanke: When will you admit that your policies have failed? | Daily Libertarian

    [...] Ron Paul: We have failed to recognize the true cause of the crisis. Date: 6/3/2009 Transcript Ron Paul: Thank you, Mr. Speaker…. [...]

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  2. ex-american

    In what part of history did people decide governments were good?
    When governments rule the people suffer, when good people rule government suffers.
    If Europeans don’t like our ideas GO BACK TO EUROPE…. TROLLS.

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  3. Phillip Oliver

    I appreciate your stand for freedom and liberty. I understand everything all too well but it took a long time to dig up the truths I was denied in the public school system. And I’m very angry about it.

    I keep hearing that our “Representatives” have not learned from the mistakes of the past. I don’t believe that. I believe there are two types in Washington other than those admitting the truth. Those that are so self absorbed and egotistical that they believe they can control the natural order and those that are intentionally destroying the economy to destroy our nation, the socialists (communists). I believe this is the manner they plan to take over without a shot.

    Is there any way to educate the people, show them the parallels of the communist manifesto and our current path. People need to know how many bailouts have taken place since 1913. People need to understand that prices are not rising, it is a smokescreen or false perspective that is used to prevent everyone from knowing that our currency being debased and devaluated. It is like the picture that you can see either a hag or a horse. You are led to see what the central bank wants you to see. This way everyone thinks that the oil companies are ripping them off when it really is to much currency being printed and circulated. Where can I find a study of the cost of goods and services in relation to the amount of Silver or Gold over the last 200 years paralleling that of the dollar.

    Economics is only complicated when you are trying steal from others.

    Do people really thing the Federal Reserve is part of the government? (Like some Merill Lynch investors told me) Where do the people think all the interest is going? If it was part of the government, the payments should show up to benefit the public.

    The media does not realize that their effort to thwart the truth will go unrewarded. Most will be out of work once the government takes over that industry with a centralized media center. Very few will live the high life with the ruling class and the intellectual elite that own the central banks.

    Do people really want to be slaves?

    I have a great deal to say but need to stop. What can I do to help?

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