Ron Paul Commemorates 9/11: “Never Forget….Blame Ourselves!”



On his Facebook page:

We’re supposed to believe that the perpetrators of 9/11 hated us for our freedom and goodness. In fact, that crime was blowback for decades of US intervention in the Middle East. And the last thing we needed was the government’s response: more wars, a stepped-up police and surveillance state, and drones.

If you look at the comments, out come the conspiracy nutters. Dean Facey is so out there, he suspects ArPee himself must be part in on the conspiracy:

I find it curious that neither Ron Paul or Assange speak out about 9/11 being an inside job which leads me to believe they endorse the “official story” which leads me to believe they are part of the deception acting as controlled opposition. Remember guys, this “war on terror” where there is no real enemy and therefore, never a victor was perpetuated solely on the event of 9/11 and the subsequent invasion of the middle eastern to north African muslim countries, each receiving American “democracy” (i.e western controlled central bank) in the wake of their devastation. Only Syria left. (You get my point).
The incremental erosion of not just American civil liberties but the world at large is predicated on 911. The constitution is being torn apart “911” and “threat to national security due to 911” being the carte blanche . The tragedy served a purpose, so it´s not a stretch of the imagination to think that this was completely contrived serving to move us along into whats´s now an obvious Orwellian state with the illusion of choice. Then there´s building 7.

Other Paul Bearers in their fevered paranoia are urging their Constitutional Messiah to say what they think he really wants to say: “9/11 was an inside job!” and “the joos!”.


Does Rand’s father hurt or help his political chances in 2016? Rand seems to share some of his dad’s non-interventionist notions; but just how closely aligned are his foreign policy views to that of his father? Is he simply politically astute enough to bite his tongue on some of the “out there” ramblings of Ron Paul? After all, Rand’s own Facebook 9/11 post shares a certain relationship to that expressed by Ron.

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non intervention ??? but but hwta about bombing Iran

Every time I think I can support Rand Paul because he expresses our shared views so well and so forcefully, he comes out with some old Ron Paulian gem that sets me back to square one.
And it is a shame.
If Rand Paul recalls Osama’s rationale about going after the USA, he was still all upset over a 700 year old Muslim military loss in Spain!!
The “Bin Laden Doctrine”: “that no Muslim territory should ever become non-Muslim.” Bin Laden opened one videotaped statement with this sentence: “Let the whole world know that we shall never accept that the tragedy of Andalusia.”
The “tragedy of Andalusia” refers to the conquering in 1492 of the Muslim Kingdom of Granada by the Catholic monarchs Ferdinand and Isabella. It was a central moment in the Islamic empire’s quest for political and military power: Muslim expansion was not just checked; it was reversed.

If Rand thinks we can go back and undo EVERYTHING that causes Muslims, like Osama, to hate us, he’s as crazy as Osama!

hmmmm but Nan what about all those brave mujahadin that Reagan invited to the White House and to whom we gave billions to fight the Russians in Afghanistan, surely that must prove taht there are some “good” MUSLIMS?

Every time you think something he says is logical he reminds you why he’s the crazy uncle who should be locked in the attic.