The Lone Star Times has an exclusive post about Neo-Nazi White Nationalist Leader Don Black having contributed at least $500.00 to the Ron Paul for President campaign.
Don Black is an American white nationalist neo-Nazi. He is the founder and current webmaster of the “Stormfront” forum and former Grand Wizard of the Knights of the Ku Klux Klan (KKK). He was convicted in 1981 for attempted armed overthrow of the Dominican government in violation of the U.S. Neutrality Act.
In 1995, Black founded Stormfront becoming one of the first white nationalists on the Internet. Stormfront featured the writings of William Luther Pierce and David Duke, as well as works by the Institute for Historical Review. Initially, along with these articles, Stormfront housed a library of white pride, neo-Nazi, and skinhead graphics for downloading, and a number of links to other white nationalist websites.
Ron Paul has accepted monetary contributions from White Nationalist Neo-Nazis.
Ron Paul’s campaign for President has accepted in-kind advertising on a Neo-Nazi website, Stormfront.com.
Ron Paul has been endorsed by StormFront Radio.
What does Ron Paul say about these endorsements?
Does Paul endorse the views expressed by this former Grand Wizard of the Ku Klux Klan and his Neo-Nazi “HATE” website or is he just taking their money and giving them a wink?
Is Paul anyway associated with the White Supremacists and the KKK?
Dr. Paul, why are you being silent? Are your foreign policy views on Israel being driven by a hatred of Jews and anti-Semitism?
As Ron Paul’s $5 million worth of advertising begins today in New Hampshire, the public must receive answers to these questions.
Silence, (and the Lone StarTimes and Flapsblog have made numerous inquiries of the Ron Paul for President campaign) means acceptance.
What say you, Ron Paul?
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