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TWO THINGS..
GAWKER posted a "Make Your Own Racist Newsletter with Our Magnetic Ron Paul Kit" which is pretty much brilliant!
Energized by The New Republic’s new excerpts from the racist, homophobic, anti-Semitic conspiracy newsletter published (though not specifically authored) by Ron Paul in the early 1990s? Disappointed that they’re no longer being  published? Unable to hire Lew Rockwell to write most of it for you? Fret  not, alternate Vince Foster death theory enthusiasts: just use the  Gawker-brand Ron Paul Magnetic Newsletter Kit to make your own!
http://gawker.com/5876945/make-your-own-racist-newsletter-with-our-magnetic-ron-paul-kit
and..
One People’s Project notes that Ron is still taking campaign contributions from white supremacists.
Remember in 2008 when Ron Paul was catching hell for accepting a $500  donation from Stormfront owner Don Black? Well since that time Virginia Abernethy,  board member and currently vice-presidential candidate of the White  Supremacist political party American Third Position (A3P) has donated  over $4000 to Rep. Paul, $2275 for his currently presidential campaign  alone. To all his supporters trying to defend him against the racism  charge, it just got harder. 
Despite the controversy that had arisen in in Presidential run in 2008  from accepting a campaign donations from white supremacists, Congressman  Ron Paul (R-TX) is again receiving donations from those circles, most  notably from a longtime supporter who serves on the board and is also  the vice-presidential nominee of a political party whose mission  statement states they “will provide the leadership and representation  demanded by the majority white American population.”Virginia  Abernethy a retired college professor who is closely associated with the  white supremacist Council of Conservative Citizens, contributed a total  $2275 last year to Ron Paul’s Presidential campaign, according to  Federal Election Commission records. Beginning in May, her last  contribution was in September.In June, Abernethy joined the board of American Third Position (A3P), which was founded in May 2009 as the “Golden State Party” by a  California neo-Nazi group called Freedom 14, who changed their name and  reorganized after their former chairman Tyler Cole was revealed to have  been a convicted felon. Political Cesspool host James Edwards, who is  also a supporter of Rep. Paul and was once supposed to have him on as a  guest on his show in 2006, is also a board member. On Jan. 12, A3P announced that Merlin Miller is their nominee for President with Abernethy as his  running mate. “Each nation has the right to maintain the identity upon  which it was founded,” A3P said in a press release. Our slate of  candidates is morally, ethically and intellectually above those offered  by the Democrats or Republicans.”Abernethy has donated to Rep. Paul and his son Rand in the past. She contributed a total of $2500 to Rep. Paul’s presidential campaign in 2008 as well as $500 to Rand’s successful run for Senator of Kentucky in 2010, as did A3P Chairman William Johnson in 2009.  She has also donated to Pat Buchanan’s 2000 presidential campaign as  well as to a 1999 congressional run for Christina Jeffrey, who in 1995  was fired as the House of Representatives historian by then-Speaker Newt Gingrich  when she that complained Nazi views weren’t represented in a Holocaust  course. During the holiday season, the New York Times wrote an article about Rep. Paul that addressed controversial newsletters that was  racially charged and the support from white supremacists that he had  enjoyed in the past, noting the $500 donation to his 2008 run that he  received from Stormfront owner Don Black. In it, it was noted that Paul  did not explicitly disavow their support, saying, “If they want to  endorse me, they’re endorsing what I do or say — it has nothing to do  with endorsing what they say.” 
http://www.onepeoplesproject.com/index.php?option=com_content&view=article&id=940:ron-paul-is-still-taking-campaign-contributions-from-white-supremacists&catid=29:antifa-news&Itemid=14
In conclusion..
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p.s- HAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

TWO THINGS..

GAWKER posted a "Make Your Own Racist Newsletter with Our Magnetic Ron Paul Kit" which is pretty much brilliant!

Energized by The New Republic’s new excerpts from the racist, homophobic, anti-Semitic conspiracy newsletter published (though not specifically authored) by Ron Paul in the early 1990s? Disappointed that they’re no longer being published? Unable to hire Lew Rockwell to write most of it for you? Fret not, alternate Vince Foster death theory enthusiasts: just use the Gawker-brand Ron Paul Magnetic Newsletter Kit to make your own!

http://gawker.com/5876945/make-your-own-racist-newsletter-with-our-magnetic-ron-paul-kit

and..

One People’s Project notes that Ron is still taking campaign contributions from white supremacists.

Remember in 2008 when Ron Paul was catching hell for accepting a $500 donation from Stormfront owner Don Black? Well since that time Virginia Abernethy, board member and currently vice-presidential candidate of the White Supremacist political party American Third Position (A3P) has donated over $4000 to Rep. Paul, $2275 for his currently presidential campaign alone. To all his supporters trying to defend him against the racism charge, it just got harder.

Despite the controversy that had arisen in in Presidential run in 2008 from accepting a campaign donations from white supremacists, Congressman Ron Paul (R-TX) is again receiving donations from those circles, most notably from a longtime supporter who serves on the board and is also the vice-presidential nominee of a political party whose mission statement states they “will provide the leadership and representation demanded by the majority white American population.”

Virginia Abernethy a retired college professor who is closely associated with the white supremacist Council of Conservative Citizens, contributed a total $2275 last year to Ron Paul’s Presidential campaign, according to Federal Election Commission records. Beginning in May, her last contribution was in September.

In June, Abernethy joined the board of American Third Position (A3P), which was founded in May 2009 as the “Golden State Party” by a California neo-Nazi group called Freedom 14, who changed their name and reorganized after their former chairman Tyler Cole was revealed to have been a convicted felon. Political Cesspool host James Edwards, who is also a supporter of Rep. Paul and was once supposed to have him on as a guest on his show in 2006, is also a board member. On Jan. 12, A3P announced that Merlin Miller is their nominee for President with Abernethy as his running mate. “Each nation has the right to maintain the identity upon which it was founded,” A3P said in a press release. Our slate of candidates is morally, ethically and intellectually above those offered by the Democrats or Republicans.”

Abernethy has donated to Rep. Paul and his son Rand in the past. She contributed a total of $2500 to Rep. Paul’s presidential campaign in 2008 as well as $500 to Rand’s successful run for Senator of Kentucky in 2010, as did A3P Chairman William Johnson in 2009. She has also donated to Pat Buchanan’s 2000 presidential campaign as well as to a 1999 congressional run for Christina Jeffrey, who in 1995 was fired as the House of Representatives historian by then-Speaker Newt Gingrich when she that complained Nazi views weren’t represented in a Holocaust course.

During the holiday season, the New York Times wrote an article about Rep. Paul that addressed controversial newsletters that was racially charged and the support from white supremacists that he had enjoyed in the past, noting the $500 donation to his 2008 run that he received from Stormfront owner Don Black. In it, it was noted that Paul did not explicitly disavow their support, saying, “If they want to endorse me, they’re endorsing what I do or say — it has nothing to do with endorsing what they say.” 

http://www.onepeoplesproject.com/index.php?option=com_content&view=article&id=940:ron-paul-is-still-taking-campaign-contributions-from-white-supremacists&catid=29:antifa-news&Itemid=14

In conclusion..

BAHAHAHHAHAHAHAHAHAHHAHAHAHA!!

p.s- HAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

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NEWSONE: http://newsone.com/nation/casey-gane-mccalla/top-10-racist-ron-paul-friends-supporters/
"Ron Paul (pictured) has a lot of racist supporters,  including white supremacist website Stormfront, conspiracy theorist  group the John Birch Society and neo-Confederates who believe that the  South was right during the civil war. And the support is mutual. While  Paul would like you to believe that his connection to racism ended with his newsletters, he has continued to address this group well into the 21st century. Take a look at Ron Paul’s top 10 most-racist supporters.
See Also: Black History Book Showcases Detailed Past 

10. Willis Carto
Willis Carto is a holocaust denier, Hitler admirer and a white supremacist.  A former campaigner for segregationist candidate George Wallace, Carto founded the National Alliance with William Pierce, the author of the “Turner Diaries,” which is credited for inspiring Timothy McVeigh. Carto founded the Populist Party in 1984 and ran David Duke as a presidential candidate.  Carto also founded the American Free  Press, which is labeled as a hate group by the Southern Poverty Law  Center (SPLC), where Paul’s column runs. Paul has not sued Carto for  running his column or explained how it wound up in a white supremacist  publication. The New York Times writes that Paul used the subscription list to a white supremacist publication of Carto’s to solicit donations.


9. Chuck Baldwin
Chuck Baldwin is a neo-Confederate New World Order conspiracy theorist who praises the confederacy and  its leaders, Robert E. Lee and Stonewall Jackson, and calls the Civil War the “War of Northern Aggression.” Baldwin writes a weekly column on the white supremacist site Vdare and is a proud supporter of American militia movements. Baldwin is also an Islamaphobe and homophobe.
Not only did Baldwin endorse Paul for president in 2007, but Paul returned the favor, endorsing Baldwin, who he calls his “friend,” for president in 2008. While Paul was quick to criticize Michele Bachmann for her Islamaphobia, he has said nothing about Baldwin’s, the man he endorsed for president. Here are some choice quotes from Baldwin:

I believe homosexuality is moral perversion and deserves no special consideration under the law. I believe the South was right in the War Between the States, and I am not a racist. I believe there is a conspiracy by elitists within government and big business to steal America’s independence. The Muslim religion has been a bloody, murderous religion since its inception.


8. Don Black
Don Black is a former Grand Wizard of the Klu Klux Klan, a current  member of the American Nazi Party, and the owner and operator of the  white supremacist site Stormfront. Black regularly organizes “money  bombs” for Ron and Rand Paul and has even taken a  picture with Ron Paul, who refused to return donations from Black and  Stormfront even with the political tradition of not accepting donations  from people who seem unfit. Black, who was sentenced to three years in  jail for trying to overthrow the Caribbean country of Dominica in 1981,  supports Paul through his Twitter account and on message boards for  Stormfront.
Black told the New York Times that it was Paul’s newsletters that inspired him to be a supporter:

That was a big part of his constituency, the paleoconservatives who think there are race problems in this country.


7. Lew Rockwell
Lew Rockwell is a close friend and adviser of Paul’s who served as  his congressional chief of staff between 1978 and 1982, worked as a paid  consultant for Paul for more than 20 years, and was an editor and  alleged ghost writer for his racist newsletters. Rockwell formed the  Ludwig Von Mises Institute, which Paul still has a close working  relationship with.
The Ludwig Von Mises Institute is listed by the SPLC as a neo-Confederate organization.  They also add that Rockwell said that the Civil War “transformed the  American regime from a federalist system based on freedom to a  centralized state that circumscribed liberty in the name of public  order” and that the Civil Rights Movement was the  “involuntary  servitude” of (presumably white) business owners. Rockwell was listed as  one of the racist League of the South’s founding members but denies  membership. Rockwell regularly posts articles on his website, attacking a  New World Order conspiracy.

6. David Duke
David Duke is a former Grand Wizard of the Ku Klux Klan and candidate for Governor of Louisiana. Duke is also a New World Order conspiracy theorist who believes that Jews control the Federal Reserve.  On his website, Duke proudly boasts about the endorsements and kind words that Paul gave him in his newsletters and in turn endorses Paul for president:

Duke’s platform called for tax cuts, no quotas, no affirmative action, no welfare, and no busing… To many voters, this seems like just plain good sense. Duke carried  baggage from his past, the voters were willing to overlook that. If he  had been afforded the forgiveness an ex-communist gets, he might have  won. …David Broder, also of the Post and equally liberal, writing on an  entirely different subject, had it right: ‘No one wants to talk about  race publicly, but if you ask any campaign consultant or pollster  privately, the sad reality that a great many working-class and middle  class white Americans are far less hostile to the rich and their tax  breaks than they are to the poor and minorities with their welfare and  affirmative action programs.” Liberals are notoriously blind to the sociological effects of their own  programs. David Duke was hurt by his past. How many more Dukes are  waiting in the wings without such a taint?
“Duke lost the election,” it said, “but he scared the blazes out of  the Establishment.” In 1991, a newsletter asked, “Is David Duke’s new  prominence, despite his losing the gubernatorial election, good for  anti-big government forces?” The conclusion was that “our priority  should be to take the anti-government, anti-tax, anti-crime,  anti-welfare loafers, anti-race privilege, anti-foreign meddling message  of Duke, and enclose it in a more consistent package of freedom.”

Duke also gave advice to Paul on his website, saying:

What must Paul do to have any real chance of winning or  making a bigger impact? I think he should do exactly what I did in  Louisiana, and for Ron Paul to follow exactly the same advice Ron Paul  gave in his newsletters for others, take up my campaign issues with  passion and purpose.

Could it be that Paul is taking Duke’s advice by hiding the racist  “baggage from his past” in a more consistent package of “freedom?”

5. Thomas DiLorenzo
Thomas DiLorenzo is another neo-Confederate who believes the South was right in the the civil war and that Abraham Lincoln was a wicked man who destroyed states’ rights. DiLorenzo is listed as  an affiliated scholar with the racist League of the South, which  promotes segregation and a new southern secession. Paul invited  DiLorenzo to testify before congress about the Federal Reserve and is  close friends with Paul and works for the Ludwig Von Mises Instiute.  Paul cited DiLorezno’s book when telling Tim Russert that the North should not have fought the Civil War.

4. James Von Brunn
James Von Brunn was a white supremacist and anti-Semite who opened  fired at the Holocaust museum, killing an African-American security  guard. Von Brunn was an avid Paul supporter who posted a message on the Ron Paul Yahoo Group, saying,  “HITLER’S WORST MISTAKE: HE DIDN’T GAS THE JEWS.” In 1983, Von Brunn  was convicted of kidnapping members of the Federal Reserve Board, a  common target of Paul’s, and was sentenced to six years in prison.Von  Brunn died while awaiting sentencing for his crime.

3. William Alexander “Bill” White
Bill White is a neo-Nazi who is a former member of of the neo-Nazi  group the National Socialist Movement and founder of his own Nazi group,  the National Socialist Worker’s Movement. He has called for the  lynching of the Jena 6 and the assassination of NAACP leaders. White  previously campaigned for Pat Buchanan and the Reform  party. This year, White was convicted of threatening a juror but then  freed by a judge who called the threats free speech. White is a former  Ron Paul supporter who became disenfranchised with Paul, when a Paul  spokesman called white supremacy “a small ideology.” Here is what White  wrote about Paul on a popular white supremacist website:

I have kept quiet about the Ron Paul campaign for a  while, because I didn’t see any need to say anything that would cause  any trouble. However, reading the latest release from his campaign  spokesman, I am compelled to tell the truth about Ron Paul’s extensive  involvement in white nationalism.
Both Congressman Paul and his aides regularly meet with members of  the Stormfront set, American Renaissance, the Institute for Historic  Review, and others at the Tara Thai restaurant in Arlington, Virginia,  usually on Wednesdays. This is part of a dinner that was originally  organized by Pat Buchanan, Sam Francis and Joe Sobran, and has since  been mostly taken over by the Council of Conservative Citizens.
I have attended these dinners, seen Paul and his aides there, and been invited to his offices in Washington to discuss policy.
For his spokesman to call white racialism a “small ideology” and  claim white activists are “wasting their money” trying to influence Paul  is ridiculous. Paul is a white nationalist of the Stormfront type who  has always kept his racial views and his views about world Judaism quiet  because of his political position.
I don’t know that it is necessarily good for Paul to “expose” this.  However, he really is someone with extensive ties to white nationalism  and for him to deny that in the belief he will be more respectable by  denying it is outrageous – and I hate seeing people in the press who  denounce racialism merely because they think it is not fashionable
Bill White, Commander American National Socialist Workers Party

Ron Paul has not sued White for libel, which would be in his rights  to do if White’s statement’s were lies. White is out of jail and has not  lost credibility in the white supremacist world, writing for the  neo-Nazi website the American Free Press and the same paper that used to  carry Paul’s column.

2. Richard Poplawski
Richard Poplawski is a neo-Nazi from Pittsburgh who regularly posted  on the neo-Nazi website Stormfront. Poplawski would post videos of Ron Paul talking about FEMA camp conspiracy theories with Glenn Beck.
Polawski was afraid of a government conspiracy to take away people’s  guns and wound up killing three police officers who came to his house  after his mother made a domestic dispute call.

1. Jules Manson
Jules Manson was a failed politician from Carson, Calif. Mason was  also a big Paul supporter who would write, “I may be an athiest, but Ron  Paul is my God,” on Paul’s website. Manson would also write,  “Assassinate that n*gger and his family of monkeys,” of President Barack Obama.
This is not guilty by association. Ron Paul has spread white  supremacy on conspiracy theories for years in his newsletters. The  racism and conspiracy theories have driven some people to violence. Not  only have Ron Paul’s racist supporters endorsed him and his views, he  has endorsed them through his positions on the Civil War and the Civil  Rights movement, without disavowing the support he gets from racists.  This is guilt by racism.”
This is just a handful of names of the racist supporters that Ron Paul has. For more names, please take a look at my archives. 
You’re welcome.
Me

NEWSONE: http://newsone.com/nation/casey-gane-mccalla/top-10-racist-ron-paul-friends-supporters/

"Ron Paul (pictured) has a lot of racist supporters, including white supremacist website Stormfront, conspiracy theorist group the John Birch Society and neo-Confederates who believe that the South was right during the civil war. And the support is mutual. While Paul would like you to believe that his connection to racism ended with his newsletters, he has continued to address this group well into the 21st century. Take a look at Ron Paul’s top 10 most-racist supporters.

See Also: Black History Book Showcases Detailed Past

10. Willis Carto

Willis Carto is a holocaust denier, Hitler admirer and a white supremacist. A former campaigner for segregationist candidate George Wallace, Carto founded the National Alliance with William Pierce, the author of the “Turner Diaries,” which is credited for inspiring Timothy McVeigh. Carto founded the Populist Party in 1984 and ran David Duke as a presidential candidate. Carto also founded the American Free Press, which is labeled as a hate group by the Southern Poverty Law Center (SPLC), where Paul’s column runs. Paul has not sued Carto for running his column or explained how it wound up in a white supremacist publication. The New York Times writes that Paul used the subscription list to a white supremacist publication of Carto’s to solicit donations.

9. Chuck Baldwin

Chuck Baldwin is a neo-Confederate New World Order conspiracy theorist who praises the confederacy and its leaders, Robert E. Lee and Stonewall Jackson, and calls the Civil War the “War of Northern Aggression.” Baldwin writes a weekly column on the white supremacist site Vdare and is a proud supporter of American militia movements. Baldwin is also an Islamaphobe and homophobe.

Not only did Baldwin endorse Paul for president in 2007, but Paul returned the favor, endorsing Baldwin, who he calls his “friend,” for president in 2008. While Paul was quick to criticize Michele Bachmann for her Islamaphobia, he has said nothing about Baldwin’s, the man he endorsed for president. Here are some choice quotes from Baldwin:

I believe homosexuality is moral perversion and deserves no special consideration under the law.
I believe the South was right in the War Between the States, and I am not a racist.
I believe there is a conspiracy by elitists within government and big business to steal America’s independence.
The Muslim religion has been a bloody, murderous religion since its inception.

8. Don Black

Don Black is a former Grand Wizard of the Klu Klux Klan, a current member of the American Nazi Party, and the owner and operator of the white supremacist site Stormfront. Black regularly organizes “money bombs” for Ron and Rand Paul and has even taken a picture with Ron Paul, who refused to return donations from Black and Stormfront even with the political tradition of not accepting donations from people who seem unfit. Black, who was sentenced to three years in jail for trying to overthrow the Caribbean country of Dominica in 1981, supports Paul through his Twitter account and on message boards for Stormfront.

Black told the New York Times that it was Paul’s newsletters that inspired him to be a supporter:

That was a big part of his constituency, the paleoconservatives who think there are race problems in this country.

7. Lew Rockwell

Lew Rockwell is a close friend and adviser of Paul’s who served as his congressional chief of staff between 1978 and 1982, worked as a paid consultant for Paul for more than 20 years, and was an editor and alleged ghost writer for his racist newsletters. Rockwell formed the Ludwig Von Mises Institute, which Paul still has a close working relationship with.

The Ludwig Von Mises Institute is listed by the SPLC as a neo-Confederate organization. They also add that Rockwell said that the Civil War “transformed the American regime from a federalist system based on freedom to a centralized state that circumscribed liberty in the name of public order” and that the Civil Rights Movement was the  “involuntary servitude” of (presumably white) business owners. Rockwell was listed as one of the racist League of the South’s founding members but denies membership. Rockwell regularly posts articles on his website, attacking a New World Order conspiracy.

6. David Duke

David Duke is a former Grand Wizard of the Ku Klux Klan and candidate for Governor of Louisiana. Duke is also a New World Order conspiracy theorist who believes that Jews control the Federal Reserve. On his website, Duke proudly boasts about the endorsements and kind words that Paul gave him in his newsletters and in turn endorses Paul for president:

Duke’s platform called for tax cuts, no quotas, no affirmative action, no welfare, and no busing…
To many voters, this seems like just plain good sense. Duke carried baggage from his past, the voters were willing to overlook that. If he had been afforded the forgiveness an ex-communist gets, he might have won.
…David Broder, also of the Post and equally liberal, writing on an entirely different subject, had it right: ‘No one wants to talk about race publicly, but if you ask any campaign consultant or pollster privately, the sad reality that a great many working-class and middle class white Americans are far less hostile to the rich and their tax breaks than they are to the poor and minorities with their welfare and affirmative action programs.”
Liberals are notoriously blind to the sociological effects of their own programs. David Duke was hurt by his past. How many more Dukes are waiting in the wings without such a taint?

“Duke lost the election,” it said, “but he scared the blazes out of the Establishment.” In 1991, a newsletter asked, “Is David Duke’s new prominence, despite his losing the gubernatorial election, good for anti-big government forces?” The conclusion was that “our priority should be to take the anti-government, anti-tax, anti-crime, anti-welfare loafers, anti-race privilege, anti-foreign meddling message of Duke, and enclose it in a more consistent package of freedom.”

Duke also gave advice to Paul on his website, saying:

What must Paul do to have any real chance of winning or making a bigger impact? I think he should do exactly what I did in Louisiana, and for Ron Paul to follow exactly the same advice Ron Paul gave in his newsletters for others, take up my campaign issues with passion and purpose.

Could it be that Paul is taking Duke’s advice by hiding the racist “baggage from his past” in a more consistent package of “freedom?”

5. Thomas DiLorenzo

Thomas DiLorenzo is another neo-Confederate who believes the South was right in the the civil war and that Abraham Lincoln was a wicked man who destroyed states’ rights. DiLorenzo is listed as an affiliated scholar with the racist League of the South, which promotes segregation and a new southern secession. Paul invited DiLorenzo to testify before congress about the Federal Reserve and is close friends with Paul and works for the Ludwig Von Mises Instiute. Paul cited DiLorezno’s book when telling Tim Russert that the North should not have fought the Civil War.

4. James Von Brunn

James Von Brunn was a white supremacist and anti-Semite who opened fired at the Holocaust museum, killing an African-American security guard. Von Brunn was an avid Paul supporter who posted a message on the Ron Paul Yahoo Group, saying, “HITLER’S WORST MISTAKE: HE DIDN’T GAS THE JEWS.” In 1983, Von Brunn was convicted of kidnapping members of the Federal Reserve Board, a common target of Paul’s, and was sentenced to six years in prison.Von Brunn died while awaiting sentencing for his crime.

3. William Alexander “Bill” White

Bill White is a neo-Nazi who is a former member of of the neo-Nazi group the National Socialist Movement and founder of his own Nazi group, the National Socialist Worker’s Movement. He has called for the lynching of the Jena 6 and the assassination of NAACP leaders. White previously campaigned for Pat Buchanan and the Reform party. This year, White was convicted of threatening a juror but then freed by a judge who called the threats free speech. White is a former Ron Paul supporter who became disenfranchised with Paul, when a Paul spokesman called white supremacy “a small ideology.” Here is what White wrote about Paul on a popular white supremacist website:

I have kept quiet about the Ron Paul campaign for a while, because I didn’t see any need to say anything that would cause any trouble. However, reading the latest release from his campaign spokesman, I am compelled to tell the truth about Ron Paul’s extensive involvement in white nationalism.

Both Congressman Paul and his aides regularly meet with members of the Stormfront set, American Renaissance, the Institute for Historic Review, and others at the Tara Thai restaurant in Arlington, Virginia, usually on Wednesdays. This is part of a dinner that was originally organized by Pat Buchanan, Sam Francis and Joe Sobran, and has since been mostly taken over by the Council of Conservative Citizens.

I have attended these dinners, seen Paul and his aides there, and been invited to his offices in Washington to discuss policy.

For his spokesman to call white racialism a “small ideology” and claim white activists are “wasting their money” trying to influence Paul is ridiculous. Paul is a white nationalist of the Stormfront type who has always kept his racial views and his views about world Judaism quiet because of his political position.

I don’t know that it is necessarily good for Paul to “expose” this. However, he really is someone with extensive ties to white nationalism and for him to deny that in the belief he will be more respectable by denying it is outrageous – and I hate seeing people in the press who denounce racialism merely because they think it is not fashionable

Bill White, Commander
American National Socialist Workers Party

Ron Paul has not sued White for libel, which would be in his rights to do if White’s statement’s were lies. White is out of jail and has not lost credibility in the white supremacist world, writing for the neo-Nazi website the American Free Press and the same paper that used to carry Paul’s column.

2. Richard Poplawski

Richard Poplawski is a neo-Nazi from Pittsburgh who regularly posted on the neo-Nazi website Stormfront. Poplawski would post videos of Ron Paul talking about FEMA camp conspiracy theories with Glenn Beck.

Polawski was afraid of a government conspiracy to take away people’s guns and wound up killing three police officers who came to his house after his mother made a domestic dispute call.

1. Jules Manson

Jules Manson was a failed politician from Carson, Calif. Mason was also a big Paul supporter who would write, “I may be an athiest, but Ron Paul is my God,” on Paul’s website. Manson would also write, “Assassinate that n*gger and his family of monkeys,” of President Barack Obama.

This is not guilty by association. Ron Paul has spread white supremacy on conspiracy theories for years in his newsletters. The racism and conspiracy theories have driven some people to violence. Not only have Ron Paul’s racist supporters endorsed him and his views, he has endorsed them through his positions on the Civil War and the Civil Rights movement, without disavowing the support he gets from racists. This is guilt by racism.”

This is just a handful of names of the racist supporters that Ron Paul has. For more names, please take a look at my archives.

You’re welcome.

Me

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I noticed Pastor John Weaver being promoted on Ron Paul’s DAILY PAUL. After doing some research, it turns out that Pastor Weaver is a secessionist like Ron. He’s also against inter-racial marriage, claims “African slaves blessed the Lord for ALLOWING them to be enslaved, he’s a white supremacist, a hyper-paranoid confederate AND!..he hates Jewish people.

John Weaver is a member of the League of the South, which is a neo-Confederate group that advocates for a second Southern secession and a society dominated by “European Americans.”

What a coinkidink..  So does Ronnie!

 The league believes the “godly” nation  it wants to form should be run by an “Anglo-Celtic” that would establish a Christian theocratic state and politically dominate blacks and other minorities.

I’ve said the same exact thing regarding Ron Paul. Hmm.. What else?

It was riginally founded by a group that included many Southern university professors, the group lost its Ph.D.s as it became more explicitly racist. The league denounces the federal government and northern and coastal states as part of “the Empire,” a materialist and anti-religious society.

Hmm.. Who does this remind me of?

YEP!- Ron Racist Paul! 

The DAILY PAUL has this posted on it’s site about Weaver:

Red Beckman and I are pleased to have this stalwart of liberty and the Christian faith with us tonight on Walls In Our Minds. John Weaver is a member of the “Black Regiment” and we trust he will give us a greater understanding of that group this evening.” http://97.65.137.56/151072/pastor-john-weaver-tonight-on-walls-in-our-minds

After the first minute or two of this radio program, I turned it off  because my brain began to bleed. Then I and found the following:

Pastor John Weaver, whose 2001 defense of American slavery caused a firestorm after a newspaper reported that his tract was being sold at Piggie Park, a South Carolina barbecue institution. Weaver’s publication claimed, among other things, that “many … African slaves blessed the Lord for allowing them to be enslaved and sent to America.” Weaver has also been identified as a member of the white supremacist Council of Conservative Citizens (CCC). Earlier this decade, Weaver served as chaplain-in-chief of the SCV.” http://www.splcenter.org/blog/2010/07/08/southern-heritage-group-offer-kids-unusual-history-lessons/

Pastor John Weaver, former “chaplain-in-chief” for the Southern heritage group Sons of Confederate Veterans and a member of the white supremacist Council of Conservative Citizens, gave lessons on basic gun safety.” http://womanrebel.blogspot.com/2011/12/meet-secessionist-group-waiting-for.html

He’s a southern nationalist, which is another way of saying “this is a white supremacist group, but lets give it a different title so that hopefully we can recruit more people.” Notice the token “Look, a black guy said he likes us” link. Oh dear “nationalists” are mighty defensive. Paranoid too.. and racist as hell. Pair that with the the fact that they just LOVE LOVE LOVE carrying their AK47’s with them at all times, and voilà!.- Ron Paul fan!

Yet another case of highly racist people who don’t want to be called “racist” regardless of their beliefs and ideologies, because of the word’s negative implication.

Well too fucking bad.

Here’s their site: http://southernnationalist.com/blog/category/history/

And here he is talking about some racist, religious bullshit, and serving it with a little pink bunny so that hopefully some asshole will believe this as truth. The video is titled:

John Weaver: God Created The Races [Christianity For Kinism]  

 http://youtu.be/MRhE2VvBxWc  *puke

It reminds me of David Koresh, Hubbard or Manson.

But who’s the best at feeding shit to people in pretty packages?

- YOU GOT IT! Mr.Two First Names himself, Ronald Paul.

Ok- The “two first names” attack might have been uncalled for, so I do apologize, but Ron Paul should totally eat a dick still. 

BYE!

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Yet another “white nationalist” aka racist Klansman video, campaigning for Ron Paul.

Surprised?

Me neither.

Ron Paul attracts white supremacists like flies on shit.

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Don Black in his own words about his support for Ron Paul and his campaign.

ABOUT DON BLACK:

  • Former Grand Wizard in the Klu Klux Klan.
  • Member of The American Nazi Party.
  • Founder of White Nationalist website, Stormfront.
  • Asked by Italian News if Stormfront was not just the new Ku Klux Klan, Black responded affirmatively, though he noted that he would never say so to an American journalist.
  • Gives money to Ron Paul and endorses him.

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Jamie Kelso:
Administrator and owner of the American White Nationalist websites WhiteNewsNow.com and TheWhiteRace.com
Former member of the John Birch Society
Also part of the nice folks at Stormfront.
And I could go on and on with this guy, but I think you get the point. In case you’re Paultarded, here: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Jamie_Kelso
Supports Ron Paul.
Cindy Sheehan:
Anti-war activist turned conspiracy theorist.
Referred to foreign insurgents coming to Iraq, who are condemned as terrorists by other Arab countries, the U.S. and Great Britain as ”freedom fighters.”
Blames “The Jews” for world terrorism.
Backed by David Duke.
2011, an article in The Village Voice criticized her belief that Osama bin Laden was not dead writing that, “she appears to have really lost it.”
Supports Ron Paul.

Jamie Kelso:

Cindy Sheehan:

  • Anti-war activist turned conspiracy theorist.
  • Referred to foreign insurgents coming to Iraq, who are condemned as terrorists by other Arab countries, the U.S. and Great Britain as ”freedom fighters.”
  • Blames “The Jews” for world terrorism.
  • Backed by David Duke.
  • 2011, an article in The Village Voice criticized her belief that Osama bin Laden was not dead writing that, “she appears to have really lost it.”
  • Supports Ron Paul.


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Still think Ron Paul is a nice old doctor? How many nice old doctors are worshiped by the largest white supremasist website on the internet? Oh.. Right he’s NOT RACIST AT ALL! NEVER EVER NEVER.. wake up guys.. 

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Ever hear about David Macko?

  • David Macko is a member of The Council of Conservative Citizens.
  • David Macko thinks that white people are a “dying race.”
  • And finally.. David Macko LOVES Ron Paul.

Do you see a pattern here?..

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