March 15, 2012
The 2012 U.S. presidential race is shaping up to be a struggle between Goldman Sachs candidate Mitt Romney and fellow Goldman Sachs candidate Barack Obama on one side, and anti-Goldman Sachs candidate Ron Paul on the other side.
Former Goldman Sachs executive director Greg Smith described the culture of his former firm as “toxic and destructive,” in a New York Times op-ed on Wednesday, March 14, 2012.
The prime motivation that drives Goldman Sachs employees is scamming their customers, says Smith. “It makes me ill how callously people talk about ripping their clients off,” he writes. “Over the last 12 months I have seen five different managing directors refer to their own clients as “muppets,” sometimes over internal e-mail.”
Presidential candidates Mitt Romney and President Barack Obama take the same elitist view towards their voters and the American people as a whole. Like Goldman Sachs executives, they don’t see Americans as their fellow citizens, but as sheep to be duped, and as lambs to be skinned alive and eaten for dinner.
The only presidential candidate who respects the intelligence and maturity of the American people is Dr. Ron Paul. In a recent speech, Dr. Paul emphasized the fact that he is not a Goldman Sachs candidate, unlike Romney and Obama. “I am not the Goldman Sachs candidate,” said Dr. Paul.
He added: “President Eisenhower warned us of the military-industrial complex, and I am not the candidate for the military-industrial complex. And I am not the first choice of Ben Bernanke or the Federal Reserve System. And I’m certainly not the choice of those social and economic authoritarians who want to run our lives and run the economy.”
Many of Ron Paul’s financial contributors are in the military. Barack Obama is the commander-in-chief in name only. Ron Paul is the military candidate, and the president in the hearts and minds of the military. Dr. Paul is also the national security candidate. He is not an isolationist, but a strong and wise fighter who believes wars should be declared, fought extremely hard, and won.
Ron Paul’s old-school model of warfare is out of fashion today because the warriors of the current generation have been brainwashed to believe that the perpetual warfare model is tough, brave, and manly. But that is false. Only weak cowards Lindsey Graham, Joseph Lieberman, Paul Wolfowitz, Dick Cheney, Richard Perle, Scooter Libby, Donald Rumsfeld, Hillary Clinton, and Barack Obama support the idea of perpetual warfare.
Real men support real wars, not psy-op wars that go on forever because every week a new mythical enemy is invented and introduced to the American people as the greatest threat to humanity since Adolf Hitler.
War has become the enemy of mankind. As John F. Kennedy said before he was assassinated by the shadow controllers of the CIA, “Mankind must put an end to war, or war will put an end to mankind.”
Dr. Paul is carrying the torch of peace that was seized from President Kennedy’s hands and hidden away in the dark corners of history. He is bringing the torch back into the light of consciousness, but the power elite in Washington is mocking him, ridiculing his foreign policy ideas, and cheating him from electoral victories.
Last weekend, Dr. Paul said that he had doubts about the validity of numerous electoral outcomes in the Republican caucuses and straw polls. He said that it is highly suspect that the massive outpouring of public support for his message and ideas doesn’t translate into votes.
Dr. Paul’s suspicions of wrongdoing on the part of the GOP establishment and corporate media are well-founded. Dr. Paul’s supporters are the most energetic, politically savvy, and enthusiastic of all Republican and Democratic voters. Mitt Romney and Rick Santorum are both cardboard candidates, while Dr. Paul is recognized as the founding father of the Tea Party, which is the largest grassroots political movement to emerge in recent decades.
Dr. Paul’s message of responsible government, non-intervention, drug legalization, and fiscal responsibility has struck a chord with young people in America and across the world.
Romney and Obama both love Goldman Sachs, the military-industrial complex, and the rotten Federal Reserve Cartel, all of which are fraudulent machines that cheat the American people out of their money, and deserve to be destroyed.
So if you love criminal banks and criminal wars then support either Mitt Romney or Barack Obama. It doesn’t matter which anti-human robot is in office in 2013. But if you hate criminal banks and criminal wars then the choice is obvious: support Ron Paul.
Saman Mohammadi is the writer and editor at The Excavator Blog
This article was posted: Thursday, March 15, 2012 at 3:45 am