Ron Paul
19:15 11/13/2017

If the American government doesn't like a foreign country, or if a foreign country doesn't obey,

a litany of "human rights" abuses are used to justify regime change.

If, on the other hand, a country's leaders are cool with the American government and obey its commands, they can violate "human rights" as they please.

It's all a smokescreen for empire and war.

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Hassan Malik
Sine you (Ron Paul) so vigorously Advocate human rights what about Palestinians or Kashmiris
Tomer Tzadok
Al Moayad
Jonathan Koerth
Dr. Paul, Right again!!
Anna Kinnon
Travis Froehlich
Robin Jackson
This makes sense.
John Gordon
Joseph Ramirez
Exactly. And this pattern never ends.
Stephen McManus
Right !!!
Reid Robert
Kerry McCarthy
Ron Paul tells the truth a lot.
Eddie Cruise
Money talk$ and is the only government.
Eddie Cruise
Can't you all ju$t admit you are all $atani$t$ who ju$t want all the money to force your will ju$t like $atan?
Octavio Barboza
Prohibited to think with YOUR OWN Brain !
Wolfgang Somary
See Mobutu, Pinochet, Marcos, Suharto and the Shah, among the compliers.

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Leif Gustafson Math, statistics and logic defy politics, or define it. Perspective - or opinion- is everything at this point. Masses versus individuals and individuals versus the masses. Priorities matter in the world of big data. Next.
Sammy Osman well of course they both wear “veils”. seems in order for things to get done, idiots need to be handed the treat first and tricked later. must remember when power isn’t centralized, each and every different factions begin to feel the need to ...
Edmund Snyder The biggest lie out there is the democrats who complain that this is a “giveaway” to the rich as if “give” and “not steal as much” are synonymous.
Jeff Gorup Why not just give us taxpayers making 100k and less a 1000 dollar refund check before the holidays. People tend to spend money in their pockets which would help business and create jobs.
Srikant Kulkarni When everybody is equal in USA, why different rates ? Some 60% don’t pay anything and successful people carry all the burden. One day ‘Golden goose’ will dye . May be consumption tax is appropriate.

You're not supposed to make the connection, but the sprawling military empire is responsible for the economic hardships here at home. Yet another $700,000,000,000 is being shuffled off for militarism, and no one is batting an eye. That's how effective the militarist propaganda is, and why it's so persistently displayed everywhere that we look.

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Granola Bob thats a lot of wealth. where does it end up?
Jack Dunn If only we had representatives in congress like the Middle East countries do.
Sean Hachey That's not even 1 dollar for everyone on earth.
Kenneth Kilbane Doctor Paul telling it like it is. As always.
Jimmy Bassett this guy makes more sense every day.

According to a new Brown University study, the real cost of our 16 year war is some $5.6 trillion. Imagine how much good that money would have done were it spent on productive pursuits. More on how the war industry is bleeding us dry in today's Liberty Report:

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Jeffrey Smith Your district was a major importer of Arab oil, no?
Greg Wilson #wedonotconsent
Franca Courtin Are the "black budgets" included?
Grant Soper Senseless expenditure.
Robert Johnson To Hell with war!

The first (and unbelievably prosperous) half of America's history was one of foreign non-intervention. No regime change operations. No destroying of foreign democratically elected regimes. No partnering with brutal dictatorships. No waging wars of aggression. No American troops on any foreign soil anywhere in the world! *That* was the "land of the free" that we're all so fond of referencing. No military establishment. No CIA. No NSA. The second half of America's history has been the polar opposite. All of the above transgressions paid for by the American taxpayer in wealth, blood, and liberty. The American electorate has been voting for an end to this for decades now, but the government continues (to this day) to ignore the voters. Polls are still indicating that American citizens have had enough...and this is all for the positive. More below:

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Manny Raneri The doctrine of non foreign intervention, Canada, Mexico, the Atlantic, and the Pacific are what made America Great. THEN, we decided to invade Canada (about 20 years from the "doctrine"), then invaded Mexico (about 40 years later), then the ...
Tom Cxyz If ALL US POLICY is dictated by the Council on Foreign Relations, the Trilateral Commission and the UN it technically isn't even really US policy is it? :(
Kenneth Ishmael And then over a thousand people were killed at Pearl Harbor and put an end to that. We tried minding our own business.
Pete Alfonso It has never been about intervention, it has always been about looting. That is what those who bring about war always have in mind.
Markvs Grove I never supported the ruinous foreign policy that is going on. Nobody I vote for ever wins. This is NOT my government, I am NOT represented and never will be. I am not relevant and will never be able to change it. I don't plan to ever vote ...

In the Declaration of Independence, one of the grievances listed against King George III was that "He has erected a multitude of New Offices, and sent hither swarms of Officers to harass our people and eat out their substance." Well .... King George was a sweetheart compared to what has become of the American federal government over the last century. The "swarms of Officers to harass our people" number in the millions! Millions of bureaucrats. Millions!!

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James MacGregor Or that money goes to people who try to take your freedoms, so worse than a common thief
Lyle Grover The list of grievances in the DOI reads like the way Progressives describe "good government."
Dennis Cravero worse, your OWN money is used against you.
Tom Rankin "Income taxes are responsible for the transformation of the Federal government from one of limited powers into a vast leviathan whose tentacles reach into almost every aspect of American life." Ron Paul
David Woolfrey The government has done or is doing nearly all of what was listed as the reasons for declaring our independence. America needs to wake up or your children/grandchildren will suffer the consequences.

Ron Paul joins World Alternative Media to discuss the latest news in domestic and foreign policy of the United States:

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Brian Littell Please just go away leftist
Richard Mason Obama should have stopped N. Keora right away, At least President is doing something.
Jason Triplett Thank you sir for being the only one capable of explaining this truth. <3
World Alternative Media Thanks again for speaking with us! Always an honor. :) ~ Josh
Carla Struble Cmt are behind the times ....get on the cryptocurrency/Ai wagon....

It's hard to accept the role of U.S. foreign policy in the creation of both Al Qaeda and ISIS, but reality is reality.

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Frank Cahill what are you talking about
Jason Triplett absolutely ;)
Nicolò Zupcich dime ciaro cosa significa ? la fine credo sia buso de merda ,
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Mike Peine he's never answered a single question

Why did the US participate in a secret deal that allowed thousands of ISIS fighters and their families to leave Raqqa with their weapons, as the BBC reported over the weekend? What's going on here? Tune in to today's Liberty Report:

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Conor McLeod I thought the CIA created ISIS...
Frances Chow Oh Ron, you’re on an important mission.👍🏻
Kevin Lawlor maybe you should have ran for president in 2016?
Blake Smith Hry an dObama are guilty, Trump is innocentilla
Christine Estep Dear LORD, US Strikes Deal with ISIS??? Wht is going on??

War is NOT what the propaganda makes it out to be. War is NOT noble. War is NOT honorable. War does NOT "protect our freedom". Wars are used to strip us of our freedom, privacy, wealth, and human dignity. America has been waging wars for an entire century ... and look what it has done.

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James Brown Sometimes it protects freedoms. The US Revolution, for instance, protected the freedom of the signers of DoI not to be hanged. But regarding US wars currently in progress yes this is true.
Eddie Cruise Forced to live by money that is the one world religion and government of $atan'$ forced will. It will never be freedom or liberty or righteous from God. It i$ root of evil and you love your $ervitude to $atan.
Shane Glaze and every one of you would be under a foreign powers control without war. that is not hyperbole that is a fact.
Charles Kerr Ron Paul should smoke a pipe. It gives a wise man time to think and a fool something to stick in his mouth.(RAH)
Brad Bowman What's the mental damage, in the conceal it with force. Same thing. But it's really happening, on the left side. They make a job.

Non-interventionism is not Pacifism...It's also not Isolationism. Non-interventionism simply means defending against aggression, and not initiating it. It means peace, trade, commerce and travel. Today we suffer from being *the* primary aggressor militarily, along with trade and travel restrictions, barriers, embargoes and tariffs. Non-intervention is far superior to this.

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Gia Turner Tell us more about the war we are being drug into with the Israeli and Saudis in Lebanon.
Shawn T Cuff You're confusing the sheeple
Christopher Allie Dumping toxic waste. Destroying natural resources. Overconsumption. Greed. Envy, lust, pride, anger, sloth, gluttony. Hate, deviance, simplicity, uneducated, overpopulated ignorance. Mass breeding in privation. Greed for anothers possessions. ...
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Dom Akaveli Look at these people they are disgusting There they are waisting money printing all that paper. Stop waisting my time King Dom of Great Britain and the United States of America
Mabel Ann They are the scum of the earth. Bullies, sociopaths.
Becky Sue Satterwhite Haynie More nazis. Why is their opinion the right one? And why shove it down people's throats? I hate crap like this.
Dom Akaveli I dont need my time waisted King Dom of Great Britain and the United States of America
Li LianJie the Ashkenazi "elite" run the US

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Cui Bono America...!!! where they cry Capitalism is the only way and then taxpayers pay out the Bankers Trillions who screwed them.
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Jonathan Koerth Right on point again, Doctor!

The media is having a field day criticizing President Trump's performance on his Asia trip. There is plenty to criticize in Trump's foreign policy, but are they barking up the wrong tree? Our look back at Trump's Asia trip today on the Liberty Report:

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Ty Gramlich Better than Obama bowing to everyone and the idiotic look of Bush on their travels
Robert Cardwell It doesn't matter what he does or if he hit a trifecta....... the amen chorus of Trump haters will bray and shriek irregardless, they even have a cow because the Asians seemed to really like Melania Trump's fashion consciousness and they went apoplectic ...
Austin Gabbard Only on his Asia trip?
Talib Kamel of course ^_^
James Furman Fake news, fake politicians

How can we improve America's school system? Return education dollars to the community and encourage tax credits to fund better educational choices. My column at the link...

Education Scholarship Tax Credits Help Children and Advance Liberty
Education Scholarship Tax Credits Help Children and Advance Liberty

Shutting down the Department of Education and returning control of the education dollar to the American people is the key to improving education....

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Jason Triplett Awesome ;)
Dom Akaveli Treaty of Paris 1783. Stop violating my rights and forcing me to deal with brainwashed prisoners of war King Dom
Ben Kucenski Opposition to school choice is simply bigotry and racism. Property taxes for education should go to the state to be spent per student. Not locked into exclusive neighborhoods that build private schools with public dollars while locking out people not ...
Andy Hart How can we afford to pay $753,000.00 if we get into a car accident... doctor?
Craig Mckenzie How about sending smart kids to University rather than those who can afford it.

Republicans and Democrats ... Left and Right ... Alt-Left and Alt-Right ... Liberals and Conservatives ... They must be different, right? They're always bickering and fighting with one another. Surely, these are all opponents. To a certain degree, yes, but the differences are really not that significant. What they're primarily fighting over is who government's guns should be pointed at. Who will be the victim of government violence ... that's it! There are some people on one end of the spectrum that believe the guns should be pointed at people who live in different countries (i.e. the warfare statists). On the other end of the spectrum, there are people that believe government's guns should be pointed inwards (the welfare statists). Then there are people who believe themselves to be clever. They're not 'extremists' on one end of the spectrum or the other. They're equal opportunity violence advocates. These individuals favor government guns being used overseas here, here, and here. But they also favor government guns pointed inwards here, here, and here. It's like they're building a Subway sandwich of violence. More below:

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Vincent Vega Not true, a M1-Abrams uses a smoothbore cannon 🤣
Eddie Cruise Forced will of $atan govern$ all.
Scott Dowell Scott Importing foreigners is the democrats only hope. Welfare is the magnet.
Andrzej Wolny DEMOCRACY (gang rule) ! Listen to us ! Janusz Korwin-Mikke ! Milton Friedman once visited him here in POLAND !
Joe Bright Left or right, collectivism is collectivism and is 100% mutually exclusive with liberty, always.

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Fahad Ashfaque But but... President says that media is the enemy of American people

As a candidate, Donald Trump used uncommonly harsh language to criticize Saudi Arabia. He called the Saudi regime the world’s biggest funder of terrorism. He said the Saudis use “our petro dollars—our very own money—to fund the terrorists that seek to destroy our people, while the Saudis rely on us to protect them!” Trump even said, “Who blew up the World Trade Center? It wasn’t the Iraqis, it was Saudi [Arabia].” But, after he took office, Trump did a complete 180. He stopped criticizing the Saudis. In fact, he’s now singing their praises! More below:

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Peter Sarosiek If his change in rhetoric since the election isn't all the evidence one needs of some kind of secretive ruling cabal or 'deep state' I don't know what is.
Geoffrey Davis Why is there this worry over Saudi Arabia Ron Paul when you know the biggest coziness is with Israel?
Ken Parks there is a deep religious state in the Saud regime also, the new guard does not condone wabbinism, the old does, now they are being arrested, and I suppose its possible its a dog and pony show, but we are allies, and if they work with us not against us ...
Alec Nissel It’s called diplomacy Ron. I can’t believe I used to consider myself one of your supporters, because it’s now become clear you don’t understand the very first thing about geopolitics
Gina Todd DiNovo Burnett While his son in law was visiting Saudi Arabia 3 times??? I would say they were planning the coup... With orders from Trump

America's Founders warned against entangling alliances. Until the early 1900's, American governments avoided them. Now look at the mess. Are the Saudi's going haywire?

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Paul Peterson The Saudis are not our friends.
Charles Held There's no apostrophe in "Saudis".
Edward Wilson The saudis are waiting to knife our backs
Raj Vaidya Yes.

America's longest war is *still* wasting lives and money.

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Sam Sticka We need more liberty-minded people in Congress, not self-serving fear-mongering fascists who cloak themselves in good deeds.
Richie Mancuso This Trump clown changes like the wind, no real ideas, no real policies, just a great divider.
Douglas Ives Oh no! we simply must stay in Afganistan. We have a fabricated cancer epidemic in full swing and we need all the Opium they can grow. )8
Brian Richards But now that Trump is in charge, his peanut brain and massive ego have convinced him that he can do it right where nobody else could.
Lene Danielsen Costing us our rights too. On 11/8.2017, Justin Amash put on his page: "Today, the so-called USA LIBERTY Act passed the House Judiciary Committee by a vote of 27-8. The bill allows the government to search our private data without a warrant—in ...

Is Saudi Arabia about to attack Lebanon while escalating against Yemen? And why is it holding the former Yemen president and former Lebanese prime minister under house arrest? War drums beating and we try and sort it out in today's Liberty Report...

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Keith A Colonna Sr. Shia & Sunni Muslims hate each other almost as much as they hate America. There. All sorted out
Talib Kamel USA behind it ron
Aric Sanders Time for "nonbelievers" to stay waaaaaay the hell out of sunni vs shia conflicts. Let em sort out on their own which brothers followers are apostate. Infidels stick their noses into it and they will quickly forget what they were fighting each other ...
Edward Wilson The 911 terrorist nation the saudis are joining there United States buddies in take out the sovereign for there NWO Masonic agenda don’t be fooled
Talib Kamel isreal helping too Saudis on iran and Lebanon wonders what they were trying to Qatar too seems like they at trying to control and overtake other governments huh

"Society" is not responsible. Government does not bestow "rights". You are a free individual the moment you take your first breath. Shortly after taking that breath though, a massive deluge of interests get to work on convincing you of the exact opposite. You're still free though, and can recognize it, if you're courageous enough to cut through the brainwashing.

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Michael Hudson I believe in those who have love for other life and those who do not have love for other life.. those who do not have love for others are a-holes... animals that we police to protect us from. Torah law Leviticus 19:34 The stranger who dwells among you ...
Mike Kennedy should government be used to protect society or individual rights only?
Gwendolyn Allen Well, now it makes sense. I've been wondering why Ron Paul is so smart but sometimes he's just unrealistic. He may have been a doctor, but he is greatly misinformed about self will. Still a fan, though. https://phys....
Dan Commonly Keep educating Ron 👍 we're nearly out of time..
Denise Baykal Repeal the Human Acts Rights Act.

"The income tax is based on the assumption that the government owns you, owns all your income, and provides the conditions on which they allow you to keep a certain percentage. That to me is immoral, and that's why the Founders didn't like it." - Ron Paul

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Crag Reynold keep telling yourself that. like it wasnt instituted to offset higher percentage of income loss due to consumption taxes.
Jack Knick Fair tax now look it up it replaces income taxes and funds the government you keep all your pay check and don’t have to file income taxes and eliminates the irs !!!
John Westman-Barth Just pass HR25 the Fair Tax. Turns 17,000+ pages of the tax code into less than 200, gets rid of the IRS, adds millions of payers into the system by taxing illegal gains that currently go unreported...
Nadir Nazim Why dont you mention that income tax would be replaced by bigger sales, excise, property and 100's of other taxes that you pay even if you have zero income?
Gary Ellers Perhaps if everyone worked in the government and then there may be oversight of the rulers. They can't buy everyone. Some still have morals and ethics.

Russia-Gate's Red Flags & Conflicts of Interest Watch the whole interview with Joe Lauria here:

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Jason Erik Badour Great talk overall
Joanne Antigone True
Joseph Ramirez Man that guy has thick eyebrows. Trim time
Mike Peine SHILLS !
Mike Peine SHILLS !

Did you know that the two sources for the claim that Russia hacked the DNC and Podesta's emails were BOTH in the pay of the DNC? Is that not a conflict? Forget the political parties and the politics of the issue: the new Cold War is a dangerous development. What if it's all a lie? We are joined by investigative journalist Joe Lauria to understand the basic facts behind the claims. Don't miss today's Liberty Report! Deconstructing 'Russia-Gate' with special guest Joe Lauria

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Lee Malone Porndesta....Pedodesta....Pigdesta....join me....this is fun!
Michael Landschoot Mueller needs to be fired immediately.
Shawne A Maynard I like you, Ron, but this is absurd. Stop. Stuff like this are the reason no one votes libertarian.
Matt Howard What's the explanation as to why all Trumps guys are connected to Russia?
Karl Wolfe The initial INVESTIGATION involving all of it however, came from the REPUBLICAN party.

South Koreans realize that they would suffer greatly from another war on the North. Perhaps millions of lives would be lost. A few months ago, South Korea's new president called for peace during his UN speech. Well, South Koreans should take the next step and order all U.S. troops to immediately withdraw. If the U.S. government were no longer in South Korea, then the threat of a U.S. regime-change operation would plummet. Most likely, so would the desire of North Korea to acquire a nuclear capability to strike the United States. But even if North Korea were to proceed with its nuclear program, the chance that it would initiate a war with the United States is nil. Like many totalitarian regimes, North Korea just wants to be left alone. The problem is that the U.S. government won’t leave it alone. More below:

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Robert Kavnaugh Jr. People in South Korea do not fear war like the US. The US must continue this position not just for us but to keep stability within the region for our allies.
Rob Stultz No one seems to talk about are care about the fate of the North Korean people. I cannot imagine how horrible it is to live there and be a North Korean. No hope and no life nothing to live for.
Ivan Blank Maybe I'm not following this, and certainly although I am a fan of Ron Paul in general, he's a bit too much of an isolationist for me. In any case, is he really suggesting that if we just leave South Korea then North Korea will play nice? I hope not. ...
Anthony Savino Russia runs north Korea. R they gonna leave. This is manipulating news. Look at the whole picture of what's going on. Ron Paul ur not dumb u know this ur just not trying to make america great again.
Lou Gerstner If the US troops withdraw, N Korea would overrun the south in 3 days. Technically we are still at war with N Korea since no peace agreement has ever been signed by either side.

Ron Paul joins Chris Martenson on the PeakProsperity Podcast to discuss Ron's new book The Revolution at Ten Years. The ideas of Liberty are very much alive, and the authoritarian state is reaching the point of no return. Listen below:

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Bernardo Paratore watch out. yellen is talking ethics!
Nina Sutherland You have been there for years
Don Miller Money is king unfortunately.
Sandra Burlein Indeed!
Dushan Dushan Interesting point of view?
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