…by Jonas E. Alexis and Mark Dankof
Mark Dankof is the former 36th District Chairman of the Republican Party in King County/Seattle. He was an elected delegate to Texas State Republican Conventions in 1994 and 1996 and entered the United States Senate race in Delaware in 2000 as the nominated candidate of the Constitution Party against Democratic candidate Thomas Carper and Republican incumbent William Roth. Dankof has been disturbing the Zionist party for many years through his podcast (The Ugly Truth) and political activism.
Jonas E. Alexis: Ron Paul has said many good things over the years. He attacked Bill Kristol, arguably the leading light of the Neoconservative ideology. In 2003, the Baltimore Sun declared that
“Mr. Paul terrifies the Neocons because, unlike them, he believes in peace over war, an end to our global empire that we can no longer afford and ending all U.S. foreign aid, including ending the $3 billion that we give to Mr. Goldberg’s beloved Israel every year.”
In a 2003 article entitled, “Neo-Con War Addiction Threatens Our Future,” Paul, the former Republican congressman from Texas rightly wrote:
“The neo-con ideology promotes endless war, but neo-cons fight their battles with the blood of others. From the comfortable, subsidized offices of magazines like the Weekly Standard, the neo-conservatives urge the United States to engage in endless war – to be fought by the victims of the “poverty draft” from states where there are few jobs.
“Ironically, these young people cannot find more productive work because the Federal Reserve’s endless money printing to keep the war machine turning has destroyed our economy. The six trillion dollars that will be spent on the Iraq war are merely pieces of printed paper that further erode the dollar’s purchasing power now and well into the future. It is the inflation tax, which is the most regressive and cruel of all.”
We agree with Ron Paul here. The Neocons, as we have argued elsewhere, are a fifth column in the United States and mainly represent the policies of the state of Israel. If you think this statement is farfetched, then ask George W. Bush himself. He once asked his father to define Neoconservatism.
“‘What’s a neocon?’ ‘Do you want names, or a description?’ answered [the elder Bush]. ‘Description.’ ‘Well,’ said the former president of the United States, ‘I’ll give it to you in one word: Israel.’” Scholars such as Stefan Halper and Jonathan Clarke note the same thing, arguing that for the Neocons, there is “a keen interest in the affairs of Israel” and Jewish scholar Benjamin Ginsberg of Johns Hopkins University confirms that a central focus of the neoconservatives is “their attachment to Israel.”
So, Ron Paul was right in attacking the Neoconservative gangsters and ethnic cleansers over the years. He was also one of the first politicians to say that Gaza is essentially “a concentration camp.”
But did Ron Paul ever fall into the Zionist trap? Mark Dankof, flesh out those issues for us here. Walk us through the historical backdrop of people like Ralph Reed, the “Christian” Zionist movement, etc.
Mark Dankof: Ralph Reed did re-emerge from the sewer a few years ago, in sponsoring the “Faith and Freedom Coalition Conference” this past week. CNN’s fawning tribute to Ralphie, entitled, ”Why Ralph Reed Matters,” did accurately note how the Republican flyweight wannabes jousting for the Presidential nomination of the GOP have each now kissed the ring of Pat Robertson’s ex-horseholder, much as they and their Congressional colleagues collectively kissed the Israeli prime minister’s hind end during the latter’s barnstorming tour of Zionist Occupied Territory (ZOA) in late May.
But CNN had it wrong. Ralph Reed doesn’t matter. What still does matter is the power of the domestic American Jewish Lobby, and the Israeli government, who stand behind Reed as the ultimate power behind his porcelain throne.
Reed knows this, as does his pal, Richard Land, of the Southern Baptist Convention; John Hagee of Cornerstone Church in San Antonio and Christians United for Israel (CUFI); Rabbi Yechiel Eckstein of the International Fellowship of Christians and Jews (IFCJ); and every Neo-Conservative lackey seeking the imprimatur of the Tribe in his or her quest for the nomination of a political party as hijacked by The Lobby as its Democratic counterpart.
Reed’s beauty-contest, following closely on the heels of the U. S. Congress’s obsequious and televised kissing of Bibi Netanyahu’s Hind End, tells the discerning that the Fix is In. The message is clear:
No serious candidate for the American Presidency, or the Congress, gets past the clearance of the folks whose control of this seamy process was cemented in 1913 with the creation of the Federal Reserve Board, and the imposition of a direct Federal income tax on the Empire’s citizens.
The power to create fiat money and to tax is the power to buy elections, legislatures, Chief Executives, political parties, and media moguls. It is also the power to foment assassinations, revolutions, and to launch wars of imperial conquest. Just ask the Rothschilds, Jacob Schiff, David Rockefeller, or Ben Bernanke. These heavyweights have replaced the Old Republic with Empire. The results are self-evident, and clinically Satanic.
Three past articles on Ralph Reed in my archive will provide the historical context necessary for national and international readers interested in the real forces at work in Mr. Reed’s ongoingly malignant presence on the American political scene, especially as an agent of influence in the Zionist-controlled “Christian” Right. They are, “The Trinity of Mammon and Zionism: Ralph Reed, Pat Robertson, and . . . Al Goldstein,” “Ralph Reed, the ADL, and the ‘Family Values’ President,” and “The Eckstein-Reed Alliance: Christian-Jewish Theocrats, Oilmen, and Central Bankers Move the World Closer to War.”
Properly understood, these articles underscore that Ralph Reed and his ilk are firmly in the lineage of those who called for the release of Barabbas before Pilate 2000 years ago. With reference to what E. Michael Jones would call The Jewish Revolutionary Spirit, Jesus Christ said in the New Testament that no one could serve both God and Mammon. In his confrontation with Satan in Matthew 4, Christ rejected the Faustian bargain that would have given Him control of earthly kingdoms 2000 years ago at the cost of His own soul and pivotal role in God’s redemptive plan.
The Lion of the Tribe of Judah also clearly warned His followers of the machinations of the Synagogue of Satan in the Apostle John’s warnings to the Churches of Smyrna and Philadelphia in his Apocalypse penned on Patmos.
The contemporary Biblical application of these New Testament teachings and illustrations is clear: Jesus’ understanding of love, earthly kingdoms, and the Kingdom of God, are pathetically missed by the Temple’s Zionist Moneychangers running for the GOP Presidential nod by being showcased at the “Faith and Freedom Coalition Conference.” In truth, this motley crew believes in neither, with the possible exception of Congressman Ron Paul (R-TX).
Which begs the question: What on earth was Ron Paul doing there? More importantly, what did he actually accomplish?
The Christian Post coverage of the Paul segment of the conference indicates that the Texas Congressman accomplished nothing of substance save the beginning of the end of his quest for the GOP nomination. Much like his failure to respond with a rhetorical blow-to-the-jaw of Rudolph Guiliani after the New York mayor’s attack on Paul in a 2008 GOP Presidential debate, the good Doctor looked sycophantic in his ill-fated appeal to the very element of the contemporary American Right that has destroyed every principle of what the Real Right enunciated in previous epochs of American history.
If Ron Paul truly believes in limited government, the Bill of Rights at home, a truly free-market economy, and non-interventionism abroad, he and the movement he claims to serve could have landed a crucial blow to the Establishment’s jaw last week in Washington, at Ralphie Reed’s Neo-Conservative, Likudnik Love-In. Had I written his speech, the coverage—and the aftermath—of his appearance would have been page one. Paul would have set himself apart in the public mind as the one candidate in the Republican race worth casting a vote for, or opposing with the greatest of fervor. In any event, the real battle lines would have been drawn.
How would this version of a Ron Paul speech at Washington’s “Faith and Freedom Coalition Conference” have flown?
“Greetings my friends. I am honored to have been given this brief opportunity to address you, on what may mark the beginning of my last political campaign. Between the fact that we are inching closer to a Third World War, a complete economic collapse, and the imposition of a domestic police state in what was once a land considered a beacon of free thought and speech around the world, and the fact that my enemies in the Republican Party and the forces bankrolling them are trying to gerrymander my 14th Congressional District back home in Texas, there may not be many more chances for me to present my views to the American people.
“The clock is ticking. Because it is, I have decided to take off the gloves, in what may be the twilight of both my country’s existence, and that of my own life on this earth, and to fight honorably in bare-knuckle fashion for that in which I believe, that which I love, with whatever time God grants me in which to do it.
“The truth of the matter is that I am the only Republican Presidential candidate at this conference who actually believes in freedom. The sponsor of this gathering, Ralph Reed, and every other announced contender here, is an avowed advocate of supporting–and being financed–by the very people who have given us every one of the maladies we decry: a fiat American currency, a direct Federal income tax, usurious interest rates, endless foreign wars, a morally polluted American culture, an economic globalism which has destroyed the once-vaunted American manufacturing economy, and the imposition of a domestic technological surveillance structure that threatens to replace the freedoms of our beloved Old Republic with a repristinated Stalinism.
“To Ralph Reed, to my fellow GOP Presidential candidates, and all Ladies and Gentlemen of genuine Christian faith and commitment at this gathering today in our Nation’s Capitol, I simply ask a few simple questions of you, and of the American people who are listening. First, why is the domestic and foreign policy of the modern American conservative movement and the Republican party being defined by a view of Biblical prophecy unheard of until the 19th century, and largely promoted worldwide by the House of Rothschild’s distribution of the Scofield Reference Bible through its Oxford University Press?
“Secondly, why are we in an alliance with a nation that has repeatedly committed crimes against the United States, including the Lavon Affair, Mossad involvement in the Kennedy assassination, the premeditated attack on the USS Liberty in June of 1967, the Pollard spy case, participation with Communist China in the theft of American nuclear secrets at Los Alamos through the PROMIS affair, and the more recent Ben Ami Kadish and AIPAC/Rosen/Weissman spy cases?
“Why are we in an alliance as American conservatives with a domestic Jewish lobby which has militantly supported and financed the radical feminist, abortion, and homosexual lobbies most of us are sworn to oppose?
“Why are we, as a pro-life movement, committed to policies of genocide against the Palestinians and the advocacy of the mass murder of Iranians, at the behest of an ‘ally’ which is the chief nuclear, biological, and chemical military power in the Middle East, and a non-signatory to the Nuclear Non-Proliferation Treaty (NPT) signed, however, by Iran?
“And why, pray tell, are people here today in Washington, talking about recovering American Constitutional Principles, in the context of ongoing obeisance to the chief players in a central banking cabal which has handed to us the direct Federal income tax, the Federal Reserve Board, $14 trillion in national debt, and every globalist trade treaty that has destroyed both American sovereignty and our economic vitality? Is Bernard Madoff going to show up next year as a Faith and Freedom Coalition Conference keynote speaker, if Mr. Reed is unable to secure Jack Abramoff?
“And why are Sarah Palin, Mike Huckabee, Jon Huntsman, Rick Santorum, Tim Pawlenty, Mitt Romney, Newt Gingrich, Rick Perry, and every other mentioned or announced Republican presidential hopeful not concerned that Israeli intelligence is promoting agitation-propaganda through the Rupert Murdoch News Corp chain designed to begin a Third World War? Why are these people silent about the Israeli infiltration of our intelligence agencies, our Homeland Security Department, our Transportation Safety Administration (TSA), and our telecommunications industry?
“Frankly, ladies and gentlemen, there is only one word to describe these activities on the part of those who claim to speak for America, its Constitution, and its people, but who have been bought off by what I have just described. That word is treason.”
To my friend, Ron Paul, I am still waiting to hear you deliver some version of that speech, even if it proves to be your last. How about one week from tonight, at the New Hampshire Republican Presidential Debate on June 13th?
Finally, I offer you some loyal advice as this Presidential campaign season continues to advance.
Don’t bring a water pistol to a knife fight.
Take the gloves off, come what may.
In short, You need to Find It, Buddy. And Fast.
-  Ray Gordon, “Another neocon hit job on Ron Paul,” Baltimore Sun, December 29, 2011.
-  Andrew Cockburn, Rumsfeld: His Rise, Fall, and Catastrophic Legacy (New York and London: Scribner, 2007), 219.
-  Stefan Halper and Jonathan Clarke, America Alone: The Neo-Conservatives and the Global Order (Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 2004), 58.
-  Benjamin Ginsberg, The Fatal Embrace: Jews and the State (Chicago: University of Chicago Press, 1993), 231.
-  E. Michael Jones, The Jewish Revolutionary Spirit and Its Impact on World History (South Bend: Fidelity Press, 2008).
Jonas E. Alexis has degrees in mathematics and philosophy. He studied education at the graduate level. His main interests include U.S. foreign policy, the history of the Israel/Palestine conflict, and the history of ideas. He is the author of the book, Kevin MacDonald’s Metaphysical Failure: A Philosophical, Historical, and Moral Critique of Evolutionary Psychology, Sociobiology, and Identity Politics. He teaches mathematics in South Korea.