Brexit Changes Everything?

from Ron Paul’s Weekly ColumnBrexit Changes Everything?


The big news for the past several days has been the UK vote to leave the EU. We may have differing views on the virtues of staying with Brussels versus exiting the EU, but what does it mean for our main mission, the promotion of peace and prosperity? The answer is not entirely clear. The act of devolving power to ever more local entities generally brings more personal liberty and can allow the individual or small group of individuals more say in how they are governed.
Will a Brexit reduce the risk of a major European war, which is looming closer with each NATO exercise on Russia’s border? It is possible that a European Union without the UK actively involved will seek a way out of the foolish and counter-productive sanctions on Russia over its “aggression” in Ukraine. The UK under David Cameron has been a loyal partner to the most aggressive instincts in the Obama Administration and without British “resolve” the continent may look to ease tensions with its eastern neighbor. That would be good news for peace and good news for prosperity.
One thing we do know: when major events like the Brexit vote occur, people turn to the Ron Paul Institute and the Liberty Report for information and analysis. Over the last week the Liberty Report has had a significant uptick in viewers, beyond its steady pattern of growth. Our readers and viewers have expressed their appreciation for a perspective that is very different from the mainstream media spin. Likewise, our articles on the Institute website have been widely read and disseminated. Over the last week our work has been seen by nearly 600,000 readers on Facebook. That’s a lot of bang for very few bucks! It is very satisfying to see people not just see our articles and the episodes of our daily Liberty Report broadcast, but to actively debate, praise, critique, and recommend our work!
We cannot change the policies until we change the minds of the people. 

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African Woman Destroys Black/Liberal Praise Of Muhammad Ali With 1 Question


Mona Walter is an ex-Muslim Somali activist who wants to know why black lives don’t matter to black liberals who are praising the death of a man who converted to the religion that’s enslaved hundreds of millions of her people.After the recent death of famous champion heavyweight boxer Muhammad Ali, liberals, blacks, and even conservatives have flooded social media with praise for the sports legend. However, one African woman is wondering if blacks who are mourning his loss have lost their minds — and it’s all because of one thing most are too star-struck to realize.
Mona Walter is an ex-Muslim Somali activist who is determined to expose what her former religion has done for 1,400 years and is planning to do to Western countries. After immigrating to Sweden when she was 19, she was given the opportunity to read the Quran for the first time. It was discovering the violent passages and racially charged scriptures against blacks and Jews that prompted Mona to convert to Christianity and dedicate her life to exposing Islam. However, she not only sees this dangerous ideology infiltrating through mass Muslim migration but also being glamorized through celebrity gossip.
Because of Mona’s extensive knowledge of slavery in the Quran and hadith, including the Islamic Prophet Muhammad’s trade of black slaves, she wants to know why Muhammad, who claimed he was escaping “slavery” of the white Christianity, converted to a religion whose holy man enslaved blacks.
“Something is wrong when [a] black man converted to Islam in modern time,” she says. “Something is wrong with that because Islam is the religion of slavery. You know, his name is Muhammad Ali. Muhammad is a master, a slave master. So how is that this Muhammad Ali is fleeing a slave master and he went to another slave master?“

Muhammad Ali Won His Greatest Fight: Refusing to Serve in Vietnam

Muhammad Ali’s refusal to be drafted for the Vietnam War was said by some to be his greatest, self-imposed, defeat. With the passage of time — and so many more wars — history may tell a very different story. What was the impact of Ali’s stance on the war?

The Rothschild Bloodline

Financial Wizzards & Wealthy Cults

(The numbers behind some sentences and words (…)

are references to the bibliography list at the end of the article of course)

 Two neighbor horse farmers came together one day to talk business. The first farmer sold his horse to the second for a quarter million dollars, and then bought it back for about $20 more. He could now advertise his horse (actually worth $20), as a horse he that he had paid over a quarter of a million dollars for.

We can laugh over such schemes. And perhaps we should laugh at ourselves for having been fooled, for if there is one area in life that exceeds the religious in deception, and touches all of us it is the financial. What else can we do about it except laugh? The famous poet Lord Byron describes the archetype of our two farmers in 1823, Who keeps the world, both old and new, in pain Or pleasure? Who makes politics run glibber all? The shade of Bonaparte’s noble daring?

Jew Rothschild and his fellow-Christian, Baring. You’ll learn about some other ,,neighbor horse traders” in this chapter too.

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The satanits enemies of humanity are panicking about populist revolution sweeping the west

The secretive Bilderberg Group, which is set to meet in Dresden, Germany later this week, will discuss how to prevent Donald Trump from becoming president, the possibility of mass riots as a result of wealth inequality, the migrant crisis, as well as the United Kingdom’s vote on leaving the European Union.The influential meeting of bankers, politicians, media heads and business moguls has released its official participant list and agenda for 2016.

As per usual, the list of topics to be discussed is extremely vague;

• Current events

• China

• Europe: migration, growth, reform, vision, unity

• Middle East

• Russia

• US political landscape, economy: growth, debt, reform

• Cyber security

• Geo-politics of energy and commodity prices

• Precariat and middle class

• Technological innovation

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