Absolutely stunning, but here are my thoughts:
First and foremost, there is a very GOOD chance Romney was at Bilderberg this past weekend. Romney is Obama. Obama is Romney. Obamney is Bush. They are all puppets. Romney is 100% establishment and offers no change whatsoever.
Undoubtedly, Romney needs Ron/Rand Paul support more than the Paul’s need Romney support.
With this news, however, Ron Paul supporters feel 100% betrayed, and I don’t blame them.
Paul supporters do not want to see any backing down or compromise with the establishment.
Ron Paul has historically never wanted to play ball with the establishment, but is Rand now playing politics?
If Rand can play the system better, is that an incremental step in the right direction?
I really don’t think so.
I REALLY FEAR the following scenario: Say Romney gets in as President…and has Rand as VP or in a cabinet position and/or Rand becomes President in 2016. At the present moment, the banking elite still have their dirty hands all over the system and the establishment. What if Ron or Rand comes in and are actually allowed to start austerity measures, scale back entitlement programs, end wars, etc.
Undoubtedly, the bankers will pull the rug out from under the economy, and we may see a total collapse of society with riots everywhere. Then, the whole widespread depression gets blamed on the Ron Paul liberty and free market movement, and Ron Paul/Libertarian ideas vanish forever into the abyss.
We are beginning to see this development happen in Europe, as we’ve had the term “austerity” shoved down our throats for the past year. Austerity on the people is being rejected.
So, it’s quite possible we get Romney in with austerity to follow, allowing the bankers a perfect entry point to let it all collapse so that they can blame it all on free market principles.
In an extreme depression, the public will beg, kicking and screaming for mommy/daddy government to save them.
Romney is a puppet just like Obama. They are used to place blame and then swept aside.
So it’s quite possible Ron/Rand think they can influence the establishment, but I don’t think it’s possible (and this is likely a trap).
I say stay away – this is a trap, and the whole Paul/Freedom movement could get swept into a black hole.
I’m of the thought process that the Ron Paul movement is more about the ideas than the man. I just fear that his ideas get put into effect in extreme measures under establishment bankster control and then the trap door button is pushed. Then, the whole thing gets blamed on Ron Paul, etc. If you think about it, that’s actually the easiest way to get rid of the Ron Paul/Liberty movement – let Ron/Rand infiltrate the system, give them some wins, and then let this system collapse – all so that they can blame it all on Ron Paul and his ideas (exactly what they fear most). That way, bankers collapse the system, consolidate everything, and stay in control forever.
That’s why I think Ron and Rand NEED to stay out of it, and never compromise with the establishment.
Stay on the sidelines, and keep exposing the system as corrupt. This does not mean they win politically, but their credibility and influence will only continue to grow exponentially.
Alex Jones gives his reaction: