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Turns out hipster favorite Ron Paul believes in the “North American Union” theory being pimped by such eminent fascists as Lou Dobbs and Alex Jones (short version, George Bush is s3cr3t1y a dirty Mexican socialist OMG!). And he wants to abolish the federal reserve (that’ll teach those Jewish bankers)! No word yet on his position on degenerate art or his policy towards the Slavs.

Watch: Stephen Colbert on the North American Union

Comments

  1. Res publius, 8:32 pm, November 1, 2007

    RP’s a bit of a wingbut, yet his hands are hardly as bloody as those of the current GOP, or Hilly and most Demos. Or shall we say, better a bit of honest anti-zionism and racialism (and tightening the border) instead of the smiling, back-stabbing sort of racism practiced by GOP, or Ivy Leaguer liberals. We’d vote for him over Commander-in- Snatch HRC, BO, or Juliani.

  2. John Bohican, 6:41 pm, November 7, 2007

    It’s not complicates to prove that they (our government) are trying to create NAU. Mostly in secret, which is always the best way to deal with the American people! Not.

    Fascist = noun 1. an adherent of fascism or other right-wing Authoritarian views

    That sounds like the opposite of what I’ve heard Alex Jones say, he seems more Libertarian to me.

    http://uk.youtube.com/watch?v=-vda1KRF75MPROPOSED OPINION

  3. rick, 6:46 pm, November 7, 2007

    How ANTI-S EMETIC of you to link the world bankers to the Jews…
    Are you some kind of conspiracy wingnut?

  4. Maz2331, 6:57 pm, November 7, 2007

    Puh-lease. Come up with something more relevant and coherent than this drivel.

    What, exactly, is your definition of a “Fascist” anyway? Is it the guy who is talking against increasing the power of both multinational corporations and government?

    IPaul’s hands bloody? No way.

  5. Geoff, 7:00 pm, November 7, 2007

    Nazi? Where is your proof that Ron Paul is a Nazi????

    I’m not a big Ron Paul supporter, but one thing I DO support is fair play in political discourse. No need to call names. Use the facts and try to persuade people with those facts. Thus far, some people have attempted to paint Ron Paul as some anti-semite or racist, but have each time failed. Why? The evidence isn’t there.

    Let’s stick to the issues, mmmkay?

  6. voyou, 7:22 pm, November 7, 2007

    I may write more about this if I have time, but a quick point – Ron Paul’s libertarianism doesn’t prevent him from having something in common with fascism, quite the contrary, as a certain sort of anti-state (especially, anti-federal government) rhetoric is the sine qua non of the kind of contemporary American populism that shades most closely into fascism (of which Alex Jones is a particularly clear example).

    Doubtless, Ron Paul doesn’t think of himself as a fascist, an anti-semite or a racist. But his national-populist petit-bourgeois version of neo-liberalism (that is, American Libertarianism) fulfills the same role as did fascism’s national-populist petit-bourgeois Keynesianism.

  7. Res publius, 9:15 am, November 12, 2007

    Chant your jargon. You needs argument when you can jus’ do paint-by-numbers marxist ID politics? Petit bourgeois! How about Ron Paul’s a “kulak”, then round him and his Kulak supporters, and liquidate.

    Marxist jargon has no more inherent truth-functionality than does marxism itself. It’s not “true” as say physics is true: merely applicable in some circumstances–and NOT applicable in others (class struggle itself a guess, and dangerous guess at that).

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