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Edu
01-07-2008, 03:16 AM
These things are the main points to press against the other
candidates that are members of the Council on Foreign Relations (CFR).

Members don't want to go against the CFR plans and possibly
lose support from the over 4,300 very well connected and
influential members, including hundreds of corporations.

It's their weakness.

If a candidate claims to support one of these issues, let's get
them to make a promise in front of a "big media" camera.

* The Fiat money issue, printing money from thin air.
CFR members can't address this at all, it's off limits. Mention the Federal
Reserve Bank, that there's no reserve, or fiat money, is a big no no.

* Reducing the number of military bases around the world.
CFR members can't talk about this because that goes against the military
industrial complex (big war corporations).
CFR members can do "change" by moving troops around.

* Reducing federal government back to a limited constitutional size.
CFR members want big government so they can control everything
and everyone. They will mention the constitution, but only when it
pertains to more government power.

* Reduced taxes for the people (also via less government).
CFR members need big money for their big plans, and a more centralized
power base to launch those plans. It's too hard to convince a majority of
state governments to do their bidding.

* Restrict lobbying by big corporations that take federal dollars.
CFR members are those big corporations.

Ron Paul basically challenged the other candidates to talk about
the Federal Reserve and money system on the ABC debates,
and they wouldn't.

Do people want change? Or do they want candidates to just rearrange?

Ron Paul also talks about some of this in the first of the two part
town hall meeting in NH (and 10 min into the 2nd part):
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=WxldrCsVByA
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8VQcpmfT0f4

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