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Ron Paul says U.S. is turning into a 'fascist system' domina
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February 19, 2012 - 3:43 pm
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And I am the one lying and anti american :mrgreen: :clap:

Ron Paul says U.S. is turning into a 'fascist system' dominated by government and businesses

By Associated Press

Last updated at 7:02 AM on 19th February 2012

Ron Paul has warned the U.S. is 'slipping into a fascist system' dominated by government and businesses.

The Republican presidential candidate made the bold claim as he held a rally on Saturday - upstaging other nearby Republican Party banquets.

The Texas congressman drew thousands to Kansas City's Union Station while the party's establishment dined on steak across the street at the Missouri GOP's annual conference.
Bold: Republican presidential candidate Ron Paul has said the U.S. is dominated by businesses and government and is suppressing individual rights

Kansas Republicans were holding a similar convention in a suburb across the state line.

Paul staged his rally near the nation's World War I museum, asserting that the U.S. got off track about 100 years ago during the era of President Woodrow Wilson.

Wilson led the nation through World War I and unsuccessfully advocated for the nation's involvement in a forerunner of the United Nations.


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'We've slipped away from a true Republic,' Paul said. 'Now we're slipping into a fascist system where it's a combination of government and big business and authoritarian rule and the suppression of the individual rights of each and every American citizen.'

Although campaign aides were aware, Paul told reporters after his speech that he did not know his rally was coinciding with long-established Missouri and Kansas Republican Party events, where Virginia Gov. Bob McDonnell - a vice presidential prospect - was the keynote speaker.
Clash: Paul's rally coincided with long-established Missouri and Kansas Republican Party events - but some of their attendees slipped away to hear him speak

Several Republicans slipped away from the banquets to join the Paul rally.

Among them was Ralph Munyan, a Republican committeeman in Kansas City's home county, who said he agreed with Paul's warnings of a 'fascist system' and his pledge to the end nation's involvement in wars overseas and against drugs.

'His foreign policy is one of peace,' Munyan said.

Paul repeatedly denounced President Barack Obama's recent enactment of a law requiring military custody of anyone suspected to be associated with al-Qaida and involved in planning an attack on the U.S. Obama said when he signed the legislation that his administration would not authorize the indefinite military detention of American citizens without a trial.

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I have to say, I agree with RP on this one. RP can be a bit simplistic, idealistic and conspiratorial at times but I agree with him on this one. And I'm glad he is still in the race. He gives the Reps some competition. Religion has too much of a stranglehold on the Reps. Even Mormons have to appear to support the catholic church. The US has lost freedom of religion.

Yes, the USA is becoming a fascist system. I live in a town that has more government cameras than London. And the religious extremists are out of control. Interesting how those two things go together.

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The war on terror was invented by the Feds. The purpose is to demand more money and power from people. So when the intelligence and Pentagon are there, the terror will be there too. If there is none, they create one.

Human have hound in their house to protect their family against the wolf. As the hound getting more power, they don't want to be guards any more. They want to be master. So the hound trained some wolf they captured. Let these agent wolf to attack and kill human. Human is frightened. They give hound whatever they demanded -money, power ..... Now hound become master. When they need something, they let the agent wolf have an attack on human, then said, this is a long war, to protect your lives, I need warrantless surveillance, more budget fund, torture prison.... . The hound repeated its demand, "This enemy has struck us, and they will strike again, and we'll give our folks the tools necessary to protect the country," if you don't then the hound "can not protect ourselves".

That's why we saw after 10 years, occasionally a wolf or two were captured. But hundreds of thousands of innocent people died. There is an endless war to control people. A constant blackmail for more power.

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