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Ron Paul Takes Donation From White Supremacist and Former K.K.K. Member

Posted by chip91 on October 26, 2007

I wonder if Ron Paul’s people will defend this one?

via the Lone Star Times

A LoneStarTimes.com investigation has conclusively established that a leading figure in the American neo-Nazi / White-Supremacist movement has provided financial support to Ron Paul’s 2008 Presidential campaign.

The individual in question is Don Black, the founder, owner and operator of Stormfront, a “white power” website that both professional journalists and watch-dog groups have identified as the premier English-language racist/hate-site on the Internet.

Click here to read more about Don Black.

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14 Responses to “Ron Paul Takes Donation From White Supremacist and Former K.K.K. Member”

  1. Josh said

    Yes I will defend it, the question is, will you delete my comment?

    What’s wrong with being a white supremacist? Is that all you can do? Sit back and bitch like a liberal crybaby? What harm has a white supremacist done the past 5 years? Especially Don Black, David Duke?

    In contrast, Zionist warmongers you defend have killed countless innocent civilians in Iraq, Afghan, and Lebanon in the past 4 years alone. Yes, tell me you’d rather be a murderer than a racist!

    What’s wrong with accepting donations when you need it? Only liberals and PC pussies have a problem with people’s opinions, as if people who are bigoted are not people or don’t deserve the same rights to participate in politics as others.

  2. chip91 said

    Pretty hypocritical of you to suggest that I would delete your comment when you don’t allow anyone to comment on your blog, Josh. White supremacist’s have personally killed thousands of innocent people who are in minorities in America. Millions of people thoughout the world. Shame on you!

  3. jp said

    the allying of White Supremacist and Radical Islamics is interesting developement, though not sure its all that ‘new’ a thing.

  4. http://www.4startimes.com moteur de rechrche de startimes

  5. There is one thing that every person shares: money.

  6. That dollar is about to go gold standard, on January 1 2009!

  7. jp said

    I would like to know where Ron Paul is going to find $14 Trillion dollars of Gold, to meet that “standard”…..if I’m not mistaken there isn’t that much Gold in the world, worth what the United State’s is worth today.

  8. FZappa said

    Don Black endorsed Bush in 2004. Bush did not “renounce” him. Does that make Bush a neo-nazi? By your logic, it does.

    This really is the worst you can find on Ron Paul? Then I know he’s going to win — and I suspect you do, too. After all, Paul has the highest level of African-American support of any Republican candidate:

    http://www.usaelectionpolls.com/2008/articles/ron-paul-polling-african-americans.html

    PS–keep an eye out for the Ron Paul Money Bomb, which hits on Nov. 5th. It’s going to be an historic event!

  9. jp said

    Don Black didn’t make any donations in 2004, its public record.

    neo-nazi’s are not republicans, they hate Bush and his foreign policy and want to see the Islamist suceed and kill all the jews. Neo-nazi’s were in Crawford with Cindy Sheehan protesting Bush at his ranch.

    its of no suprise, they share the same ideology as the islamist do, which is why the old nazi’s were allied with them(Grand Mufti of jeruslem). When Hitler put yellow star’s on the jews, it wasn’t something he thought of, the Islamist had done it to them and other Dhimmi’s for centuries before.

    btw, nice copy and paste of comment about supposedly black endorsing bush.

  10. Josh said

    Jp, neo-Nazis are not Republicans, but they don’t completely disagree with Republicans just as they don’t completely agree with Democrats, they, like any other people, agree on some sometimes, and occassionally there’s a person or two they’d strongly agree with and support.

    You’re not against neo-Nazis, you’re against neo-Nazis when they support things you hate. You won’t cry when neo-Nazis support more gun rights, more immigration control and less gay marriage (which many Republicans either support or claim to support).

  11. jp said

    i dislike neo-nazi’s when they misrepresent and flat out lie about the United States relationship with Israel and Iraeli actions and intent in the middle east. They hate the Jews and want them dead….ron paul is parroting their stand on Israel and effectively allied with islamic radicals, its logical as to why they love him

  12. Josh said

    Ok thanks Jp, so you’re admitting you don’t dislike neo-Nazi’s 100%, only when they disagree with you, fair enough. Therefore, it’s better to just say what you agree or disagree him Ron Paul or neo-Nazi’s on, instead of throwing labels as if nothing neo-Nazis believe are ever acceptable or agreeable.

    However, Ron Paul does not parrot neo-Nazis, or Islamic radicals, or racists for the matter, he echoes our Constitutional and traditional foreign policy of non-intervention, Lindberg took the same stand (aka Isolationist, though Paul dislikes this label). If you’ve listened to the AFA Values Voter debate, you’ll see how Paul stands on Israel.

  13. Josh said

    You wanna play connect the dots? I’ll play it for you!

    http://ivorypower.com/blog/?p=4505

  14. Master Of Sparks said

    FZappa Says:
    October 27, 2007 at 9:55 pm
    Don Black endorsed Bush in 2004. Bush did not “renounce” him. Does that make Bush a neo-nazi? By your logic, it does.

    George Bush’s grandfather, the late US senator Prescott Bush, was a director and shareholder of companies that profited from their involvement with the financial backers of Nazi Germany.

    His business dealings, which continued until his company’s assets were seized in 1942 under the Trading with the Enemy Act, has led more than 60 years later to a civil action for damages being brought in Germany against the Bush family by two former slave labourers at Auschwitz.

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