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  • Originally posted by Achemish View Post

    I'd rather we focus our efforts on making Azerbaijan think twice about threatening Artsakh rather than funding Serzh's dictatorial aspirations.
    Agreed. We shouldn't even be focusing on these cults of personality. The maximum we should have is a prime minister out of parliament. Politicians are like underwear, they should be changed often, and for the same reason.

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        • Hi all,
          This is a recent clip of an interview with Ron Paul.
          At 10.00 and on, he refers to Armenia in describing Lindsey Graham.
          Not sure if this was a slip of the tongue or there is some substance in what he is saying.

          I will appreciate any comments. Thanks.

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          Politics is not about the pursuit of morality nor what's right or wrong
          Its about self interest at personal and national level often at odds with the above.
          Great politicians pursue the National interest and small politicians personal interests

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              • Originally posted by londontsi View Post


                Hi all,
                This is a recent clip of an interview with Ron Paul.
                At 10.00 and on, he refers to Armenia in describing Lindsey Graham.
                Not sure if this was a slip of the tongue or there is some substance in what he is saying.

                I will appreciate any comments. Thanks.

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                Ron Paul is a genocide denier. Him and his "libertarian" lot all seem like closet white supremacists, especially his son Rand Paul. He probably saw something about Armenia in the background or was speaking to an Armenian before hand and probably had a slip of the tongue.

                maybe he was thinking about this?
                http://armenianweekly.com/2017/05/23...reaten-turkey/

                dont have time time to do much research, but I can tell you that Ron Paul's vision for America is pretty jacked up for 99% of us.
                Last edited by HyeSocialist; 08-03-2017, 09:39 AM.

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                • Originally posted by londontsi View Post

                  Hi all,
                  This is a recent clip of an interview with Ron Paul.
                  At 10.00 and on, he refers to Armenia in describing Lindsey Graham.
                  Not sure if this was a slip of the tongue or there is some substance in what he is saying.

                  I will appreciate any comments. Thanks.

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                  Ron Paul is a true Libertarian Isolationist. He cares less of the world and wants to US to be an island of its own.
                  Lindsey Graham on the other hand is one of the very few semi pro Armenians, Neocon with an agenda that rotates around the Shekelists interest.
                  Ron Paul hates all lobbying. He is using the Armenians (lobby) cause he wouldn’t dare to bring up AIPAC. He will be grilled as “Anti semite”.
                  It is southern red neck politics. Ron Paul and Graham are both Bible Belt politicians serving a weird new religious constituents that sees Christianity with the shekelist perspectives.
                  The difference Graham is pro shekelist and Paul cares less of the shekelist. He is using Armenia as an indirect mention of “Others” interest in American politics.

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                  • Originally posted by HyeSocialist View Post

                    probably had a slip of the tongue.
                    It was a slip of tongue when he realized he cannot mention the shekelists policy he used "Armenia" instead.

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                    • Originally posted by Azad View Post

                      Ron Paul is a true Libertarian Isolationist. He cares less of the world and wants to US to be an island of its own.
                      Lindsey Graham on the other hand is one of the very few semi pro Armenians, Neocon with an agenda that rotates around the Shekelists interest.
                      Ron Paul hates all lobbying. He is using the Armenians (lobby) cause he wouldn’t dare to bring up AIPAC. He will be grilled as “Anti semite”.
                      It is southern red neck politics. Ron Paul and Graham are both Bible Belt politicians serving a weird new religious constituents that sees Christianity with the shekelist perspectives.
                      The difference Graham is pro shekelist and Paul cares less of the shekelist. He is using Armenia as an indirect mention of “Others” interest in American politics.
                      I understand what you're saying. But the idea behind the US being isolationist is that they want to pull out of things like the UNHRC and climate pacts. In effect, what they want is the United States to stay out of any global efforts for peace, and to focus on rolling back laws in the United States. These people think that things like the Civil Rights Act, Environmental Protection Act, and Americans with Disabilities Act, and any law that helps out minorities, workers, or anyone that is not a rich white male is a catastrophe.

                      I know the weird affinity these bible belt evangelicals have for Israel. Hell, they seem to think they're supposed to serve Israel. How weird is that and how do we convince them to send us some F-16s??? LOL.

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