Ron Paul: Liberty’s Last Stand

On November 14 Ron Paul gave one of the most powerful speeches mankind has ever heard. In just 48 minutes, Ron Paul condensed down his thirty plus years of fighting tyranny into this incredibly important and profound warning that if we don’t turn things around, we are in deep, deep trouble and are going to repeat history.

Alex Jones and his team took the time to illustrate and document some of the facts presented in Ron Paul’s speech. The impressive result is this outstanding video:



  • WHITE POWER!!! RON PAUL 2012!!!

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  • robin

    French Canadian,
    Haven’t seen you on here for awhile. What’s new??

  • them that had money

  • What is APACK and why is it against individual liberty.

  • What is APACK and why is it against individual liberty.

  • Cheryl

    Ron Paul believes in secession. I wish he would call for support of the TNM rally in Austin on January 8th when the legislature meets. Numbers are important to show how many support secession! If Ron Paul would support this I bet we could get a million people to show up and show support.

  • Dr. Ron Paul opened my ears and eyes to the Constitution, life , liberty and freedom. Been a supporter since 2008 and always will be. Thank you Congressman Paul.

  • A small percent can’t win an election.

  • A small percent can’t win an election.

  • Without man, there would be no liberty. To be fair though, I agree, Ron Paul can’t be liberty’s last stand.

  • No, actually I”m not free to leave. The government taxes you for that too. Isn’t government great?

  • “You’ve got it flipped around man, the constitution is a limitation of federal government.”

    You should check out Article 1 Section 8 clause1 of the constitution! That doesn’t seem like it’s limiting the government to me.

  • well said!!

  • Though what you say does apply to state constitutions, since they reserve more of the powers granted by the people. But you’re free to leave, and goto a state that suits you. Jeffersonain states would crop up everywhere, it’d be great! Especially now with the technology we have, maps would be easy to update/get on the go.

  • You’ve got it flipped around man, the constitution is a limitation of federal government. Its not the other way around! They want people to belive its ”rights” in the sense that they allow you to have them… which is bogus. Those are the RULES the government are suppose to follow, and the only powers given to them are the ones inumerated in it

  • No, it isn’t unjust to defend liberty with force. I’m not trying to take away your freedom man! The government is.

  • Thanks for the info! I’m not going to hit the books over the constitution though because all the constitution is is a contract that I never agreed to. So why is it that I am bound by it? That’s the anwer I would love to find out!

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