Ron Paul Still America-Bashing: “Zionism Has Played A Role In Our Post-9/11 March Toward Empire” – Weasel Zippers
Former Rep. Ron Paul, the father of presidential candidate Rand Paul and past two-time candidate for the Republican nomination himself, writes in his new book that he believes “Zionism has played a role in our post-9/11 march toward empire.”
Paul’s book, Swords into Plowshares: A Life in Wartime and a Future of Peace and Prosperity, was released last Friday.
“Zionism has played a role in our post-9/11 march toward empire, and its influence has encouraged extreme interference in the Middle East,” Paul writes in a chapter entitled “Making America Safe for Empire,” under the sub-chapter, “Tyranny takes hold.”
Paul was writing about “theocracy has always been abused,” in the paragraph preceding his comments on Zionism.
Stacy McCain asks us to remember that Jihadists are using the courts to attack and silence those who expose them. The lawfare attack on Blazing Cat Fur being a great example
“Zionist” is becoming a synonym for “Anyone Who Doesn’t Want to Liquidate Israel,” as Kathy Shaidle explains:
As we’ve known for some time, Canadian Muslims have been putting together a lawfare case designed to silence my husband’s blog, BlazingCatFur.
Now they’ve admitted this online at a Khomenist site, asking for donations to support The Man Who Is Suing Us in separate actions related to Canada’s Human Rights Commissions.
They specifically say they are targeting my husband because he is a “Zionist.” . . .
Read the rest at Five Feet of Fury and hit their tip jar — I did.
Remember, it is Blazing Cat Fur today, it is in Canada today, but if this deplorable tactic works, it might be your blog tomorrow. This is an assault on Western culture and values, and never forget that! Hell this is already happening here, as McCain notes often. Miscreants like this douche nozzle want to shut us up
Patterico comments on the habits of sociopathic monsters: “I have seen this exact pattern play itself out, again and again.” One of his commenters offers a helpful comparison:
Like Richard Dawkin’s attacks on religion – completely irrational and hateful but he justifies it by claiming that he’s opposing something hateful and irrational.
Or maybe we should call Helen Thomas a Useful Infidel?
Stacy McCain asks the question of the day! What were the qualifications to receive a “Helen Thomas Diversity Award”?
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