David Duke,  Don Black,  President 2012,  Ron Paul

Ron Paul Watch: Don Black, David Duke, Stormfront.org 2012 Edition

The same characters from the White Supremacy Movement are supporting Ron Paul for President.

As you recall, during the 2008 Presidential campaign I had a lot to say about the issue.

I guess voters have a short memory.

Ron Paul was a hot topic this week on the talk radio show hosted by prominent white supremacist Don Black and his son Derek. Mr. Black said he received Mr. Paul’s controversial newsletters when they were first published about two decades ago and described how the publications were perceived by members of the white supremacist movement. Former KKK Grand Wizard and Louisiana Congressman David Duke also phoned in to explain why he’s voting for Mr. Paul.

“Everybody, all of us back in the 80′s and 90′s, felt Ron Paul was, you know, unusual in that he had actually been a Congressman, that he was one of us and now, of course, that he has this broad demographic–broad base of support,” Mr. Black said on his broadcast yesterday.

Mr. Black is a former Klansman and member of the American Nazi Party who founded the “white nationalist” website Stormfront in 1995. He donated to Mr. Paul in 2007 and has been photographed with the candidate. Mr. Paul has vocal supporters in Stormfront’s online forum. Mr. Black has repeatedly said he doesn’t currently think Mr. Paul is a “white nationalist.

Mr. Paul’s newsletters contained threats of a “coming race war,” worries about America’s “disappearing white majority and warning against “the federal-homosexual cover-up on AIDS.” He has since denied writing the newsletters, which appeared under his own name.

“I didn’t write them, I disavow them, that’s it,” Mr. Paul said in a tense CNN interview.

On Monday, Mr. Black said he originally believed the newsletters were written by Mr. Paul.

Yeah,  Ron Paul continues to receive support, including campaign cash  from these folks. He disavows what they say but accepts the support anyway.

The White Supremicists think Ron Paul is one of their own – same ol’ story.

Vote accordingly, Iowans.


  • Antonio Buehler

    Keep trying to insinuate that Ron Paul is in any way sympathetic to racist views – it is hilarious and most people realize what pathetic lengths the warmongering establishment is going to in an attempt to get people to ignore the slaughter of Africans and Asians in our wars and the destruction of the black community via the drug war. The idea that Ron Paul is liable for the thoughts of people who support him is absurd. 

    • Gregory Flap Cole

      Ron Paul has consistently accepted political contributions from known Nazis, white supremacists and members of the KKK while NO OTHER GOP candidate has.
      They consider Ron Paul one of their own.

      Res ipsa loquitor.

      Gregory P. Cole, B.S., D.D.S. (Flap)

      Sent from my HTC smartphone on the Now Network from Sprint!

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      • Hugh Jorgan

        You sir must be one of those brainwashed propaganda robots for the current corrupt elite establishment that we call Government. Government is supposed to be by the people, for the people & of the people not by the rich for the rich & of the rich who only serve themselves & not the people. It is time we grow spines & take this country back & rub it the way the founding fathers meant it to be.

  • Lisieuxkrish

    “Why are people so touchy?

    If it is said that IDF soldiers kill Palestinian children to harvest their organs, it is anti-semitism.

    If we say Israel is worse than Nazi Germany, that is anti-semitism.

    If we say that Zionist bankers and their puppets at the Federal Reserve intentionally crashed the world economy and are inexorably moving to create a one wold government, that is anti-semitism.

    If we say that the Zionists control the media and Hollywood, that is anti-semitism.

    If we say 9/11 was a Mossad plot co-ordinated by Netanyahu, Wolfowitz and Larry Silverstein, that is anti-semitism.

    If we say that the Iraq war was orchestrated by Wolfowitz for Israel, that is anti-semitism.

    What is anti-semitism? Saying the truth about the Zionist lobby destroying this world”

    In case you were wondering what that was all about, I was describing the views of a typical Ron Paul fan (more commonly known as a Paulbot). Please DON’T vote for that cranky old man in 2012.

    Respectfully yours,

    Mr. Rothschild Bilderberg,
    Assistant Director of NWO.

    P.S: NWO is a non-profit organization working for the betterment of this World by campaigning for Gun control, Climate change laws and greater legislative powers for the UN.