Aww.. Ron Paul posing with a sweet young fan..
Not so much.
That’s Kyle Bristow, the pugnacious chair of the Michigan State University chapter of Young Americans for Freedom (MSU-YAF), a student organization listed as a hate group by the Southern Poverty Law Center — announced Sunday that he’s resigning “so that the next generation of YAFers can replace me.”
*Sigh* Ron Paul and Hate Groups go together like peanut butter and jelly. 
“Though MSU-YAF is not officially hosting Jared Taylor as a speaker this semester, I did see to it that he will be able to speak at a location near MSU and be hosted by another organization (the show will go on!),” Bristow wrote. (As it happens, the three-day biannual conference of American Renaissance, held in Herndon, Va., and featuring former Klan leaders and other assorted white supremacists, wrapped up the same day he spoke.)
P.s- Jared Taylor and Ron Paul were both guest speakers at a pro-seccession conference together. Wheee!..  I posted the brochure if you’re interested, it’s in the archives.
That’s all for now. Too many white supremacist Ron Paul supporters for me to handle today. 
http://www.splcenter.org/blog/2008/02/26/campus-hatemonger-lays-down-‘torch-of-freedom’/ 
http://lmgtfy.com/?q=Kyle+Bristow+

Aww.. Ron Paul posing with a sweet young fan..

Not so much.

That’s Kyle Bristow, the pugnacious chair of the Michigan State University chapter of Young Americans for Freedom (MSU-YAF), a student organization listed as a hate group by the Southern Poverty Law Center — announced Sunday that he’s resigning “so that the next generation of YAFers can replace me.”

*Sigh* Ron Paul and Hate Groups go together like peanut butter and jelly. 

“Though MSU-YAF is not officially hosting Jared Taylor as a speaker this semester, I did see to it that he will be able to speak at a location near MSU and be hosted by another organization (the show will go on!),” Bristow wrote. (As it happens, the three-day biannual conference of American Renaissance, held in Herndon, Va., and featuring former Klan leaders and other assorted white supremacists, wrapped up the same day he spoke.)

P.s- Jared Taylor and Ron Paul were both guest speakers at a pro-seccession conference together. Wheee!..  I posted the brochure if you’re interested, it’s in the archives.

That’s all for now. Too many white supremacist Ron Paul supporters for me to handle today. 

http://www.splcenter.org/blog/2008/02/26/campus-hatemonger-lays-down-‘torch-of-freedom’/ 

http://lmgtfy.com/?q=Kyle+Bristow+

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Just to be fair.. Here: A list of 21 reasons someone might be a Ron Paul supporter.

http://www.addictinginfo.org/2011/11/14/u-might-be-a-ron-paul-supporter-if/

1. You’ve never researched Ron Paul’s voting record.

2. You think it’s OK for businesses to discriminate against people based on their race, since Ron Paul thinks the Civil Rights Act is unconstitutional.

3. You’re a supporter of the white supremacist organization StormFront.org, which has repeatedly endorsed and stated their support for Ron Paul.

4. You don’t care that Ron Paul was the ONLY congressman who voted against granting subpoena power to the independent panel responsible for investigating the BP oil spill.

5. You don’t like clean air and water, since Ron Paul wants to eliminate the EPA.

6. You don’t want to have a safety net in place, in case your house is destroyed by a tornado, hurricane, or some other natural disaster, since Ron Paul wants to eliminate FEMA.

7. You think all schools should be private, and that you should have to pay for your children to get an education, since Ron Paul wants to eliminate the Department of Education.

8. You think corporations should be allowed to do whatever they want, because Ron Paul wants to eliminate all regulations on corporations.

9. You are anti-choice, since Ron Paul believes that states should have the right to take away a woman’s choice over what she does with her body.

10. You support segregation, since Ron Paul doesn’t think schools should be forced to allow attendance based on race or ethnic background.

11. You support guns on airplanes, since Ron Paul thinks that 9/11 could have been prevented, if citizens were allowed to carry guns on airplanes.

12. You oppose equality for LGBT people, since Ron Paul doesn’t think the federal government should guarantee equal protection under the law for our LGBT brothers and sisters.

13. You don’t have a problem with people carrying guns near schools, since Ron Paul want to repeal the Gun-Free School Zones Act.

14. You oppose same-sex marriage, since Ron Paul was an original co-sponsor of the Marriage Protection Act in the House of Representatives, in 2004.

15. You don’t like having a good relationship with other countries around the world, since Ron Paul wants the United States to pull out of the United Nations.

16. You think the middle-class should have a higher tax burden than the wealthy, since Ron Paul’s tax plan would disproportionately favor the rich.

17. You want a President who would make more unilateral decisions and undo more progress in this country than George W. Bush could have ever hoped to accomplish.

18. You think that poor students shouldn’t be allowed to go to college, since Ron Paul wants to eliminate federal student loans.

19. You believe crazy conspiracy theories about globalization, and that the Zionists are trying to take over the world.

20. You think the 10th Amendment is the most important part of the Bill of Rights, even though it’s last on the list.

21. You’re mad at Obama because you believed him when he said he would end the war immediately, and he didn’t because he didn’t have the support of congress, but you believe Ron Paul could get it done immediately.

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Don Black founded Stormfront in 1995. The website is seen as being the internet’s first major hate site, and remains one of the most popular. Stormfront featured the writings of William Luther Pierce and David Duke, as well as works by the Institute for Historical Review. Initially, along with these articles, Stormfront housed a library of white pride, neo-Nazi and white power skinhead graphics for downloading, and a number of links to other white nationalist websites.
In a 1998 interview for the alternative weekly newspaper Miami New Times, Black is quoted as saying “We want to take America back. We know a multicultural Yugoslavnation can’t hold up for too long. Whites won’t have any choice but to take military action. It’s our children whose interests we have to defend.” In December 2007, Black gained attention for donating money to Ron Paul's 2008 presidential run. He is currently backing his campaign and looking for campaign donations for Ron Paul via twitter and his hate site. 

Ron Paul does not support hate crime legislation and calls it, "a serious threat to freedom of speech." 

Don Black founded Stormfront in 1995. The website is seen as being the internet’s first major hate site, and remains one of the most popular. Stormfront featured the writings of William Luther Pierce and David Duke, as well as works by the Institute for Historical Review. Initially, along with these articles, Stormfront housed a library of white prideneo-Nazi and white power skinhead graphics for downloading, and a number of links to other white nationalist websites.

In a 1998 interview for the alternative weekly newspaper Miami New Times, Black is quoted as saying “We want to take America back. We know a multicultural Yugoslavnation can’t hold up for too long. Whites won’t have any choice but to take military action. It’s our children whose interests we have to defend.” In December 2007, Black gained attention for donating money to Ron Paul's 2008 presidential run. He is currently backing his campaign and looking for campaign donations for Ron Paul via twitter and his hate site. 

Ron Paul does not support hate crime legislation and calls it, "a serious threat to freedom of speech." 

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Former Grand Wizard of the Ku Klux Klan and a member of the American Nazi Party talks about an e-mail he received from the Ron Paul campaign last year, and about his donation to Ron Paul. He then talks about how “most of us supported him” because Ron Paul "agrees with them on so many things.” -splendid..

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Don_Black_%28white_nationalist%29

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Now Ron Paul claims he didn’t write that racist newsletter but..
In the past he said that his words were taken out of context.
He was listed as the editor.
The publishing address and his home address were the same. AND
There’s this letter he wrote. 
Try again Ronnie…

Now Ron Paul claims he didn’t write that racist newsletter but..

  • In the past he said that his words were taken out of context.
  • He was listed as the editor.
  • The publishing address and his home address were the same. AND
  • There’s this letter he wrote. 

Try again Ronnie…

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Randy Gray is a Michigan Klan member who organizes rallies for the Arkansas-based Knights of the Ku Klux Klan, featuring various white supremacist and Christian Identity speakers. He is currently listed as the Regional Coordinator of the Knights of the Klu Klux Klan. http://kkk.bz/?page_id=264
I guess his past experience working as Midland County coordinator of Ron Paul’s campaign really paid off. 
http://www.realcourage.org/2010/07/midland-nazis-racists/
http://www.facebook.com/topic.php?uid=2465946428&topic=7085
http://www.adl.org/main_Extremism/youth_western_civilization.htm?Multi_page_sections=sHeading_9
http://www.splcenter.org/get-informed/hate-incidents?page=1&year=&state=MI

He seems like such a super guy. I totally get why he worked for Ron Paul. Listen to him giving a speech HERE: http://youtu.be/X0us71hKDh0 

Randy Gray is a Michigan Klan member who organizes rallies for the Arkansas-based Knights of the Ku Klux Klan, featuring various white supremacist and Christian Identity speakers. He is currently listed as the Regional Coordinator of the Knights of the Klu Klux Klan. http://kkk.bz/?page_id=264

I guess his past experience working as Midland County coordinator of Ron Paul’s campaign really paid off. 

http://www.realcourage.org/2010/07/midland-nazis-racists/

http://www.facebook.com/topic.php?uid=2465946428&topic=7085

http://www.adl.org/main_Extremism/youth_western_civilization.htm?Multi_page_sections=sHeading_9

http://www.splcenter.org/get-informed/hate-incidents?page=1&year=&state=MI


He seems like such a super guy. I totally get why he worked for Ron Paul. Listen to him giving a speech HERE: http://youtu.be/X0us71hKDh0 


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