Thursday, January 17, 2008

Still Doubtful About Ron Paul...

Still Doubtful About Ron Paul…

Well…the news just keeps coming and coming, doesn’t it. In the wake of James Kirchick of The New Republic reporting on the now infamous newsletters bearing Ron Paul’s name and, in some cases, signature, it seems that researchers and bloggers are unearthing even more information lending more and more credibility to the ties that bind Dr. Paul to extremists around the country.

Dave Neiwert has the latest:

The clearing view of Ron Paul
Wednesday, January 16, 2008

– by Dave

Well, we’ve been saying all along that Ron Paul’s presidential campaign — which is charged up enough with very public xenophobia as it is — is attracting white supremacists and other extremists in large droves because, largely, that’s who Ron Paul is.

Clearly, more people are coming to realize this, thanks in no small part to Jamie Kirchick’s superb reporting in The New Republic last week on Paul’s long history of publishing newletters riddled with racism, homophobia, and conspiracy-mongering. Kirchick has a follow-up this week with even more newsletters, and as he observes at the TNR blog:

At this point, it seems that the only people still defending Ron Paul are the openly bigoted or the comically credulous. For the former, the revelation that Paul had (at best, negligent at worst, complicit) involvement in the publishing of and profiting from paranoid and bigoted newsletters for over two decades neatly confirms the reasons why they had chosen to support the Texas Congressman presidential campaign in the first place. For the latter, no amount of evidence will ever convince them that “Dr. No” is anything less than some saintly, “Mr. Smith Goes to Washington” caricature.

Now comes the revelation that one of Paul’s organizers in Michigan — a man he’s seen posing with in the photo below, located on the site — is also a notorious neo-Nazi and Klan organizer in that neck of the woods.

Phenry at DailyKos (who has been doing a bang-up job tracking Paul all along) has the details:

As voters in Michigan go to the polls to vote in today’s primary, volunteer coordinators for the Republican and Democratic presidential candidates are working hard across the state. One of these is Randy Gray, a 29-year-old resident of Midland, Michigan whom the Ron Paul 2008 Michigan Campaign Web site lists as the Midland County coordinator for the Ron Paul campaign. Gray’s campaign profile page, a cached version of which can be seen here, doesn’t go into much detail; there’s a picture of Gray with the candidate, along with Gray’s statement that “I support Ron Paul because he is in the fight for freedom.” The page contains no mention of one of Gray’s other roles: organizer with the Knight’s Party faction of the Ku Klux Klan.

Modest Mouse goes on to detail this:

Randy Gray is referenced in our Far Right in West Michigan Database due to a speech he delivered at the fiftieth anniversary of the Knight’s Party faction of the Ku Klux Klan…. Since 2005, Gray has filed the paperwork necessary to air the program “This is the Klan” on Midland Community Television. The program, hosted by Thomas Robb and Rachel Pendergraft, is a thirty minute program designed primarily for viewing on the Internet….

Gray has attended various racist events with and without the Ku Klux Klan in recent years as well. He is quoted in a May 2004 article in the Tennessean in which the Ku Klux Klan planned a rally against a “Gay Day” event at the “Dollywood” theme park…. Gray was twice (1, 2) kicked out of city council meetings for protesting the city’s permitting process in relation to a Klan protest against the Martin Luther King holiday.

There’s also a video of Gray speaking at that white-power rally in Tennessee:


… [S]o many of these savages, according to our statistics, they’re murdering our people, on a daily basis, and there’s nobody in our legal system that would dare say, “Bring back the rope! Bring back the electric chair!” Instead, they take our tax dollars and they feed these animals at the cost of our race!

Yes, ladies and gentlemen, you have been lied to about diversity and multiculturalism. The immigration crisis that’s being pushed upon us by the race traitors of Washington, D.C. — they don’t care about our people, they’re too concerned about the homosexual rights! They’re too worred about protecting the rights of the Highlander communist school in New Market, Tennessee, that pushes this immigration, this race problem in our nation today — comes right out of the communist school. It was closed down originally in 1960 by the state of Tennessee, but they are in New Market, Tennessee, and we were up there yesterday taking photo pictures…



  1. this SHIT ain't gunna change in most Western nations, including the 'Kwa, un-less Dr Paul or similar people get elected!...."divershitty", "multi-divisiveness" & "globalisation" r fkcn jew bull-shite!

  2. my l8st prediction: youse ain't gunna get no election in November ...y??.....because: the SHTF before then!....i predict that the RACE WAR in the 'Kwa will start before the year's out!

  3. Update on Bill's ANuSWiPe

    Bitch tits is rapidly spiralling down the crapper. He is down to about 6 properties, the others being auctioned/foreclosed off.

    He is now reduced to begging for funds on his yahoo group. Like this is going to get him anything, given the tightwads that make up the WN movement.

    The stories that he makes up about how the phone company screwed up in installing his high speed line is hillarious. Of course, they are waiting for payment from him, and he is waiting for his members to respond to his begging.

    It is unfortunate that Chris Drake doesn't get tips at Burger King, and Von Bluvie doesn't have a job. Else they could have contributed something.

    Hey Bill, I have an idea - may be it is time for your wife Megham to go back to her old profession. The jews might take pity on you and help you release her productions.

  4. Meanwhile, Nikki and crew gives Barack Obama a free pass on his connection to the Rev. Jeremiah Wright.

    Did this pass Nikki's notice? Obama idolizes Farrakhan, but will we hear protestations from this website?--doubt it.

    I hate the left principally because they are just as agenda driven as the reactionary right.

    This website represents the left's hypocrisy perfectly.

  5. I Lloyd Davies am the King of all Media. I am working on getting an interview with Bill White. LLOYD Davies King of All Media

  6. Ron Paul got 4 percent of the vote in South Carolina. He's done, he's history, he's toast.

  7. Obama's connection to Wright:

    he belongs to a church that J. Wright pastors. J. Wright has a daughter who runs a magazine that gave an award to Farrakhan, presumably for Farrakhan helping drug addicts.

    Barack Obama is a member of Chicago's Trinity United Church of Christ. Its minister, and Obama's spiritual adviser, is the Rev. Jeremiah A. Wright Jr. In 1982, the church launched Trumpet Newsmagazine, with Wright's daughters now serving as publisher and executive editor. Every year, the magazine makes awards in various categories. Last year, it gave the Dr. Jeremiah A. Wright Jr. Trumpeter Award to a man it said "truly epitomized greatness." That man is Louis Farrakhan.

    Maybe for Wright and some others, Farrakhan "epitomized greatness." For most Americans, though, Farrakhan epitomizes racism, particularly in the form of anti-Semitism. Over the years, he has compiled an awesome record of offensive statements, even denigrating the Holocaust by falsely attributing it to Jewish cooperation with Hitler -- "They helped him get the Third Reich on the road." His history is a rancid stew of lies.

    It's important to state right off that nothing in Obama's record suggests he harbors anti-Semitic views or agrees with Wright when it comes to Farrakhan.
    This comes from the Cohen article itself!

    Obama himself said

    I decry racism and anti-Semitism in every form and strongly condemn the anti-Semitic statements made by Minister Farrakhan. I assume that Trumpet Magazine made its own decision to honor Farrakhan based on his efforts to rehabilitate ex-offenders, but it is not a decisions with which I agree.

    There is nothing there.

  8. [quote author=Nikki link=topic=1701.msg9734#msg9734 date=1200977336]

    What really "sux" Heavy is your inability to see that the flag you cherish represents years and years of hatred and oppression and, in some cases, death to others.

    No...dear Nikki...I care nothing for the Confederate flag...but I know better than to desecrate something that means so so many.

    Why would their RIGHT mind...want to instigate trouble?

  9. So what if Randy Gray took a picture with Ron Paul?

    I tell all my members to work with politics. Randy Gray is a good man. You all need to get over it.

  10. This post is a total lie. I don't work for Ron Paul. I simply vounlteered. There is a difference.

    You took one picture and made a big deal out of nothing. This is total crap.

    You people are using Bill White methods. Of course you and him are both commies.


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