- The mainstream media just cannot stand the fact that
Ron Paul is far and away the most popular Presidential candidate and will
win the election unless once again, the media, GOP and Democratic Parties
work in concert to steal another election as they did in 2000 and 2004.
It's going to be much tougher this time around as they are all being closely
watched; any trickery on their part if likely to be broadcast around the
world even before all NOW parties on their side they're fully aware of
- AOL just released another Ron Paul poll this morning
in which they do their absolute best to smear him, by once again distorting
his message; intentionally misquoting him. On December 23, 2007 during
an interview on Meet The Press, Ron Paul spoke the truth when he said that
Abraham Lincoln should not have gone to war with the south; "that
there were better ways to get rid of slavery."
- Predictably, Zionist Media pundit Tim Russert laughingly
suggested that blacks would still be slaves today were it not for Lincoln's
fratricidal declaration of war on the south. Paul scoffed at the ridiculous
notion, saying "Oh come on Tim," pointing out that slavery was
a dead issue at the time, that every other modern nation had done away
with it and that the British approach to ending it, I.e. the government
buying out the slave-owners was a far better way to eradicate it than the
killing of 600,000 Americans and the resentments that have accompanied
that war to this very day.
- Instead of providing its readers to the actual televised
interview as I and Jeff Rense have done, AOL disingenuously presents a
poll asking its readers the following insincere question, amounting to
nothing more than a well orchestrated smear campaign directed at Congressman
and soon to be President Ron Paul:
- Ron Paul says Lincoln was wrong to fight the Civil War.
Do you agree?"
- Not only does AOL breach all boundaries of etiquette
and objectivity by asking this loaded question, which amounts to something
similar to asking the soon to be President if he's "still beating
his wife," which by the way is a time tested method of attacking an
adversary and one the Zionist media is quite skilled at, AOL also feels
the need to ensure that the results they want appear are the results the
public sees, rather than the actual results. This is one reason no sane
American should believe any mainstream polls results, absolutely none.
- I happened along this poll earlier today and noted that
Wyoming had sided with Ron Paul's position in the sense that more than
half of the polled residents of Wyoming believed that, like Ron Paul, Lincoln
had in fact been wrong to wage war on our brethren in the south. Just as
soon as a majority in Wyoming voted this way, I noticed something AOL didn't
think anyone would see, the "no" counter began accelerating forward
so that the no category would pass the yes answers, and then it went crazy.
I got a screen capture of this just before AOL fixed this little glitch
which can no longer be seen.
- Please note that the screen capture clearly reveals that
as of 1:43 p.m. on December 26, 2007, 44% of 25 individuals from Wyoming
sided with Ron Paul's position on the Civil War, and 6,234 individuals
[remember only 25 people had voted] disagreed with Ron Paul. Do you see
a problem with that? I sure do. I'm glad I stumbled on this when I did,
because less than 30 seconds after I got the screen capture, AOL had rectified
this alarming discrepancy.
- What this tells me is that AOL is prepared to intentionally
cheat in order to get the answers they want to present to the public in
their ongoing efforts to distort Ron Paul's revolutionary message and prevent
him from becoming our next President. From my point of view these ever
more common political machinations amount to treason today and I don't
take kindly top traitors. I've said it before and I'llsay it again, America's
true enemies do not reside outside the borders of this country as proponents
of the Patriot Act would have you believe, our greatest enemies reside
within our government and media itself.
- Wake up America, you're being taken for a ride.