December 26, 2011, - 5:36 pm

Ron Paul Refuses to Disavow Stormfront, Other Anti-Semitic, Racist Groups Openly Campaigning for Him

By Debbie Schlussel

If Ron Paul wins the Iowa Caucuses, just over a week from now, it will be a very definitive sign that Iowans–particularly Republican Iowans–embrace and endorse Jew-hating bigots (just like when Jesse Jackson won the Michigan Democratic Primary in 1988).  This isn’t about people from the opposite party crossing over to help elect the worst candidate.  Ron Paul wouldn’t get far with just those.  Nope.  This is far more worrisome.  Ron Paul is getting a big boost from the neo-Nazi Stormfront site and other openly anti-Semitic, racist groups.  And Ron Paul is neither disavowing nor denouncing those groups and their support:


The American Free Press, which markets books like “The Invention of the Jewish People” and “March of the Titans: A History of the White Race,” is urging its subscribers to help it send hundreds of copies of Ron Paul’s collected speeches to voters in New Hampshire. The book, it promises, will “Help Dr. Ron Paul Win the G.O.P. Nomination in 2012!”

Don Black, director of the white nationalist Web site Stormfront, said in an interview that several dozen of his members were volunteering for Mr. Paul’s presidential campaign, and a site forum titled “Why is Ron Paul such a favorite here?” has no fewer than 24 pages of comments. “I understand he wins many fans because his monetary policy would hurt Jews,” read one. . . .

The white supremacists, survivalists and anti-Zionists who have rallied behind his candidacy have not exactly been warmly welcomed. “I wouldn’t be happy with that,” Mr. Paul said in an interview Friday when asked about getting help from volunteers with anti-Jewish or antiblack views.

But he did not disavow their support. “If they want to endorse me, they’re endorsing what I do or say — it has nothing to do with endorsing what they say,” said Mr. Paul, who is now running strong in Iowa for the Republican nomination.

(Emphasis added.) Get it? Paul is trying to pretend he doesn’t agree with these groups without expressly saying so because he, in fact, does agree with them and does want their support. Well, I would be “sad” about getting Nazi support, but I’ll accept whatever help they will give me. Nod, nod, wink, wink. More:

Mr. Black said Mr. Paul was attractive because of . . . his goal of eliminating the Federal Reserve, which the Stormfront board considers to be essentially a private bank with no government oversight. “Also, our board recognizes that most of the leaders involved in the Fed and the international banking system are Jews.”

Oh, and by the way, I don’t believe for a second that the bigotry in Ron Paul’s newsletters didn’t reflect his own views. In fact, one statement matches up quite well with what his former personal aide Eric Dondero told me over the weekend (and his staffers who wrote the newsletters, including the nutjob anti-Semite Lew Rockwell, supported David Duke).

Mr. Paul’s newsletters veered into language that would most likely appeal to Mr. Duke’s followers, including the suggestion in 1994 that Mossad, the Israeli intelligence service, was responsible for the 1993 World Trade Center bombing.

Typical Ron Paul nuttery and Jew-hatred. And making excuses for Arab Muslims at every opportunity.

Then, there’s this:

[Edward H.] Crane of the Cato Institute [the libertarian think tank] recalled comparing notes with Mr. Paul in the early 1980s about direct mail solicitations for money. When Mr. Crane said that mailing lists of people with the most extreme views seemed to draw the best response, Mr. Paul responded that he found the same thing with a list of subscribers to the Spotlight, a now-defunct publication founded by the Holocaust denier Willis A. Carto.

[Reached by the New York Times,] Mr. Paul . . . said he would not have a problem seeking support from such a list.

It’s bad enough that Ron Paul is revered by so many tea party activists and attendees, now this White version of Jeremiah Wright could win the Iowa GOP Caucuses.

G-d help us all.

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It may be that most people don’t realize that G-d is watching how they vote, and that we all will be accountable for how we exercise this privilege. It’s not just an American thing, it is first of all a spiritual thing. And there are consequences.

sturgis on December 26, 2011 at 5:47 pm

    good point. i’d just posted yesterday that i’m prepared to vote for almost anybody who’s running against obama… even one of the rino’s, which i wouldn’t prefer, like romney or gingrich. however, even if it hands obama a re-election, i will NEVER pull the lever for ron paul.

    God is watching.

    KIRCHE on December 27, 2011 at 10:21 am

      “however, even if it hands Obama a re-election, i will NEVER pull the lever for ron paul.”

      That is extremely naive. Newt and Romney represent the far right-wing fundamentalist view. Paul is all about freedom to practice your religion, and not have the federal government trying to influence it’s beliefs on you. Any Jew that is against Ron Paul is simply Blind. Stop looking at it from a money standpoint “Oh no, he wants to take the money away from us, so he hates Jews” It’s because the American people are BROKE, we have NO MONEY! Seriously, get a grip my Jewish brothers and sisters…

      BLawrence on December 30, 2011 at 2:12 am

        You don’t pay attention. He specifically targets StormFront and Spotlight for fund-raising. Paul has no morality, at all. He is pure, down home Southern Redneck thuggery. And by the way, his district is a shithole.

        Occam's Tool on December 30, 2011 at 1:39 pm

He won’t get the nomination but in tough times like these nuts and bigots gain considerable support.

Its not cheery news for the holidays. We can only hope people come to their senses.

NormanF on December 26, 2011 at 6:02 pm

Here’s a You Tube video from 2009 – Paul’s views on Gaza, as told to an Iranian journalist. Disgusting, and pure insanity. Paul is a lunatic, in case anybody still doubts this:

commonsense on December 26, 2011 at 6:58 pm

This is a sad reflection that many Conservatives do not know the facts on some things. Sure they listen to the talk shows and prolly watch PAWNN (ack!) but I have really seen this year that Conservatives are falling into the Liberal trap where they do NOT do their own research…they put too much trust in the talk-show hosts and PAWNN.

That is dangerous. No matter what side one is on, research is critical. And now is not the time to get lazy.

I do know how overwhelming it could be to try to know EVERYTHING but critical thinking is important.

I would never know about Jihad Darrell Issa or Grover Norquist since many talk shows bow down to them if I didn’t seek deeper research (and this site is the best one for that deeper research).

Liberals just wait for the talking points and emotions to take over. I hope in this critical year, Conservatives do NOT put false hope into who to vote for.

If you come here and read all the threads you can see how many talk-show callers *THINK* they know the issues but are just being lazy and counting on the host who may have their own agenda or are only attacking the issue esoterically.

Skunky on December 26, 2011 at 7:01 pm

Proof “caucuses” are NOT a form of democracy. Abolish this system.

Ron Paul is proof of the inferiority of the white race.

Ron Paul is diahrea – loose diaherea.

bill on December 26, 2011 at 7:05 pm

paul you are 76 its time for you to die!

bill on December 26, 2011 at 7:15 pm

Debbie these Stormfront types are dreaming. Even if the Federal Reserve was eliminated the Jews would find a way to profit. Between pogroms and mass murders we’ve been been making money and chopping cane for 2000 years through thick and thin. No rule change will change that.

A1 on December 26, 2011 at 7:33 pm

Debbie and everybody here, since Ron Paul has plenty of fringe supporters on Stormfront, do you folks remember back 5 months ago during the shootings in Norway and DS wrote the first Norway thread and numerous anti-semitic/jew-hating trolls showed their true eyesorish colors of extreme hatred of jewish people, etc. I’m beginning to think that some of those trolls that commented on Debbie’s first Norway thread happend to be Stormfront readers/posters? And you know why I claimed that, it’s because those anti-semitic trolls had the very same rhetoric of anti-semitism that’s being founded on Stormfront, VNN Forum (another pro-white-power, white-nationalist blog), etc. And Bill, I know you’re being sarcastic in you’re message at 7:15 pm, I’m not a Ron Paul fan, but I’m calling for the guys death!

“A nation is defined by its borders, language & culture!”

Sean R. on December 26, 2011 at 7:37 pm

The book “March of the Titans: A History of the White Race,” is available at What is wrong with it? You mentioned it.

I wouldn’t vote for Paul, who is an avid fan of atheist Ayn Rand, if he was the Pope. Amazingly, I know many Jews who are just crazy about Paul. Ilana Mercer for one. I wonder what she thinks now? I don’t think Scamela supports him but she is also an atheistic Ayn Rand fan.

wjm on December 26, 2011 at 7:42 pm

    Ilana Mercer is an ex-Israeli libertarian. I don’t really think much of libertarians and their views. Its just not realistic to think we can rid of most of the government and stay safe. Its a dangerous world out there and if we don’t defend ourselves, the wolves will have have us for dinner.

    Freedom, unfortunately, can never be absolute and it was never that way either in the State Of Nature.

    We need protection and the idea we should be left completely to our own wits has never worked in the real world.

    NormanF on December 26, 2011 at 7:51 pm

    You miss the point. First, just because someone admires Ayn Rand, that doesn’t make him an atheist. Rand’s defining trait was extreme individualism; her atheism was a sidebar issue. Second, there are plenty of decent atheists around — and plenty of repulsive theocrats who want to eliminate them. I dislike Ron Paul for various reasons, but his admiration of Rand is not one of them.

    Live and let live.

    Seek on December 27, 2011 at 12:39 pm

He’s Pat Buchanan’s clone and they more or less share the same views.

The fact Paul’s in the Republican Party says a lot about the kind of people its willing to keep in the tent than to stand on principle.

And that is where demagogues and bigots like him face no political penalty or ostracism on account of their views.

Its not too late to stop him, thanks to sites likes this one.

NormanF on December 26, 2011 at 7:43 pm

Whoops, my fault you guys I don’t want to get into trouble with anyone here and yes including the unhinged trolls, I want to correct myself in my last at the end of my last message, I should’ve wrote, “I’m not a Ron Paul fan, but I am NOT calling for the guys death!”

Forgive me for my little mistake, once again, I’m thinking too quick and typing too quick, I need to slow down a little and relax.

“A nation is defined by its borders, language & culture!”

Sean R. on December 26, 2011 at 7:44 pm

Well, I’m White, and Jewish, and a cultural conservative, and a secure the borders 1st advocate, and pro life, and a believer in G-d, and a Christian supporter, and pro Israel, and so on… hmm any candidate share those beliefs?

I knew Paul was a nut already.

wjm on December 26, 2011 at 8:22 pm


I’m assuming that you are a new reader here. Therefore, welcome to Debbie Schlussel’s website.

I suggest that the best way to find out Debbie’s, mine, and other regulars’ views on who the best candidates are out there, to type each candidate’s name–except for Ron Paul–on Debbie’s search engine and then read the articles.

I hope that this helps and then we will look forward to seeing your comments on each of the other candidates.

JeffE on December 26, 2011 at 8:35 pm

WJM, I would like to quasi counter what you said, I’m black (my skin complexion is tan-brown and a little red, some folks mistake me for being hispanic and a few of my friends tell me that I look a little arabic, minus facial hair on my face, I’m very clean-cut), christian who’s spiritual and NOT religious, I’m secular at times, also a cultural and fiscal conservative, supporter of jewish people/culture/faith/traditions, a god-fearer, pro-life, also support border security, etc. And I don’t think any of the candidate on either side share our viewpoints bro!

“A nation is defined by its borders, language & culture!”

Sean R. on December 26, 2011 at 8:37 pm

    “christian who’s spiritual and NOT religious”

    makes no sense, dude.

    KIRCHE on December 27, 2011 at 10:27 am

    Yeah, Sean, but you would be aces if your skin color was green— you definitely fulfill the best of MLK’s comment to judge men on the content of their character—Happy New Year!

    Occam's Tool on December 27, 2011 at 12:46 pm

thoroughly track his finances
he’s being financed by the left

i can smell soros from here

prestigio on December 26, 2011 at 9:18 pm

    If you smell Soros, perhaps it is also the fetid corpse of Joseph Stalin.
    Stalin ordered the German Communists to vote for Hitler in 1932 hoping to provoke chaos and revolution which they could exploit (the Communists held the swing vote, 10%). They got what they bargained for at an unthinkable cost.
    During difficult times cranks and demoniacs come out of the woodwork. Anyone who thinks they can be played to an advantage is deluded and a threat to himself and humanity.

    Davy Crockitt on December 27, 2011 at 3:15 pm

This is old news! However, it bears repeating now because there are a lot of people who are unaware that Ron Paul holds anti-Semitic views. The whole Stormfront story is 4 years old.

What’s NEW is that Ron Paul voted in the last session of Congress against an H.R. bill supporting Israel’s right to self-defense against terrorist attacks. It’s one thing to analyze what he says or what others say about him. His actions speak louder than words.

I have a friend who believes much of what you’re reporting here is being withheld by the Democrats in hope that Paul gets the nomination. Once Ron Paul has the nomination in hand, the Democrats and their media allies will lower the boom on him.


There is NO Santa Claus (aka TINSC)

There is NO Santa Claus on December 26, 2011 at 9:18 pm

    So did several far-left Democrats, along with a very few Republicans.

    Neils60 on December 27, 2011 at 8:17 pm

Anybody at this point that is considering voting for Ron Paul is willfully ignorant or anti-semitic. Prominant ppl that endorse him are destroying their reputation.

Brian on December 26, 2011 at 9:45 pm

The cross burning inbreds from StormFront started stalking our blog recently.

Link has some of the comments I copied from their page that linked to ours.

Anti-semitic, white supremacist and they love islamo fascism.

Chris on December 26, 2011 at 10:04 pm

Ru Paul is a major threat

Winston on December 26, 2011 at 10:17 pm

I can say this:

I’m a regular commenter on American Spectator, as is another regular here, Occam’s Tool. I’m also a regular on, where I post under the handle “Cicero’s Ghost (NB)”. And with exceptions I can count on one hand, almost EVERY Ru Paulite is an anti Semitic, meth headed, webfingered shathook. And the funny thing is, they think they’re on the rise in the Republican party. ANY poster, on EITHER of these sites, who expresses disdain for Paul’s Chamberlain-esque foreign policy, or ANY support of Isreal, is automatically a “war monger,” “chickenhawk,” &/or an “Israel Firster”.

My reply to those Paulistinians who’re all atwitter about his possible victory in Iowa is twofold. One, who gives a rat ‘s tuchus? Its a freaking caucus state. Two, the Colts have now won TWO games this season without Peyton Manning. That doesn’t mean they’re preparing for the playoffs. I cannot be certain of the title, but there was an article on American Spectator last week, I think, that may have been titled “Ron Paul and Iowa.” VERY insightful as to why he may be as popular as he is there.

Paul & his Paulites would do well to read Demosthenes’ Philippics when it comes to their stance on Iran & radical Islam. And after this primary season, I’m not sure who disgusts me more. Most Paulites or ALL libtards?

Con Chef (NB) on December 26, 2011 at 10:17 pm

    Happy New Year, awesome one. And GO STEELERS!

    Occam's Tool on December 27, 2011 at 12:48 pm

republican party should kick the brainless hater paul out of the party. he will only hurt the party now- hispanics, blacks even jews will be chased away from this racist party which it becomes by allowing that bigot to remain a republican. he is a fraud. he is no libertarian, he is no republican.

did you old piece of feces paul!

bill on December 26, 2011 at 11:00 pm

Ron Paul’s defenders always attempt to deny Paul’s anti-Semitism by pointing out there are Jews in Paul’s campaign. Big deal. Other anti-Semites such as Lyndon Larouche also have crackpot Jews working for him.

Ayn Rand must be turning over in her grave. She was a strong supporter of Israel and opponent of anti-Semitism.

Ilena Mercer has written some crackpot columns and has often displayed a blindness for anti-Semitism, particularly from the right.

Scott on December 26, 2011 at 11:51 pm

Ron Paul is the conservative who opposed Jews immigrating to the US 70 years ago and opposed a war with Nazi Germany

Now he would like the Muslims to finish what he started

2 on December 27, 2011 at 1:41 am

1. Ron Paul voted FOR MLK day, Newt Gingrich didn’t

2. Ron Paul was the ONLY one in Congress that didn’t condemn Israel when they stood up to Iran

3. Ron Paul gave FREE medical care and baby deliveries to minorities, which INCLUDES BLACKS, not racist

4. Ron Paul has stated over? the past 40 years, Gays shouldn’t be told how they marry by the federal government, it’s a state issue

Good try…

Mugen on December 27, 2011 at 1:58 am

    is ron paul a politician, mugen? maybe doing a little damage control, perhaps? rebuilding his image for an election run, possibly? it’s not rocket science to see a motive for his recent activities.

    nothing can cancel out his documented past.

    KIRCHE on December 27, 2011 at 10:35 am

This world is about to collapse around us people are arming themselves, getting ready for something terrifying we have bigger problems to worry about much bigger and all you care about is whether or not Ron Pauls a racist. Get a fuckin life and look around you and be productive instead of destructive.

Stuart on December 27, 2011 at 3:00 am

    You do not have to come to this site. Also, it is news that a candidate of a major party has such connections. Debbie has a life, but do you have a soul Stuart? This is not the Nationalist Socialist Corner.

    worry01 on December 27, 2011 at 8:11 am

    so you ADMIT he’s a racist, stuart?!

    just messing with you… of course, character is not important. he’s only running for the presidency of the united states, not some über important SS führer position down at the stormfront compound. sieg heil!

    KIRCHE on December 27, 2011 at 10:39 am

@Con Chef (NB) “…chickenhawk”

‘I do not think that word means what you think it means’

~Inigo Montoya

DS_ROCKS! on December 27, 2011 at 3:38 am

Lot of bloodlust on this site for a good man. He doesn’t agree with Stormfront’s views. Move on to problems actually facing the country.

Tony on December 27, 2011 at 8:21 am

    Ron Paul is a problem facing America. Anyone who espouses Nazi views is a threat to our way of ifle.

    Jonathan E. Grant on December 27, 2011 at 5:59 pm

If Ron Paul is elected, you can bet your sweet ass that the muzzies will take it as a sign that they can do whatever they want without fear of reprisals by the US. Just look what happened under Jimmy I’ve-Got-No-Balls Carter. These savages will spill lots more American blood and thank Ron Paul. Even BHO, for all of his failings, had the ragheads questioning their actions a little bit. But RP will let them terrorize America and its interests amd weaken America even more.

Jarhead on December 27, 2011 at 8:40 am

I would have to wonder what sort of district in Texas Ron Paul represents in Congress? This guy is like an older version of David Duke on steroids. Characters like Ron Paul play into a Democratic Party narrative that Republicans, and conservatives in general, are closet racists. When William F. Buckley was alive and fairly young, he repudiated the John Birch Society and other conspiratorial/neo-Fascist organizations that tried to attach themselves to the conservative movement in the 1950’s. This was a brave thing to do at the time, since those groups had far more political horsepower back then. Mr. Buckley was willing to sacrifice his recently founded magazine, National Review, rather than show any sympathy for the Mississippi Sovereignty Committee or other segregationist groups. Mr. Buckley supported free markets, free minds, honest patriotism and traditional values. He expressly did not support racial supremacy, conspiracy theories, or those who sought to overthrow the government. By taking such a stance and doing so consistently, Mr. Buckley managed to forge a durable movement that withstood baiting from the left and derision from those nostalgic for the Confederacy posing as conservatives. His reward was not only ever increasing success in changing the terms of debate from increasing the size of the state, but obtaining the grudging and not so grudging respect of those on the left who opposed him, such as John Kenneth Galbraith. In fact, the two of them became friends. There are honest and dishonest opponents. The honest opponent is one who sincerely believes in what they are saying and will scrupulously stick to the facts even if they are not favorable to their position. Such people used to be quite as common as they are rare today. Of course, the opposite of such a person is an individual who voices opinions or beliefs that they themselves in no way take seriously, but simply shout them out for tactical or strategic advantage. This person will present their arguments in such a way that you can neither trust their stated facts, nor assume that they have not deliberately left out some important information in their presentation. The dishonest opponent seeks an illicit advantage against another individual or group, rather than getting to the truth of the matter. Patrick Buchanan and Chris Matthews are of the latter sort. One could even safely put Ann Coulter and Rachel Maddow into the same basket based upon the totality of what they do. These are people who are so uniform in their positions(who could possibly be 100% consistent on anything)that questions of sincerity, if not honesty come to the fore. When the public square becomes as rancid as it has not become, is it any wonder that racists, anarchists, and other political cockroaches are coming out of the floors?

worry01 on December 27, 2011 at 8:47 am

    Well, worry, as I went to medical school at UTMB in Galveston TX, I know well the district Ron Paul represents since he represented me briefly (I did not vote for him)—the worst group of inbred chickenhead morons I have ever seen, and I include rural Kentucky where brother and sister can live as man and wife (no slander—I knew such a couple).

    Occam's Tool on December 27, 2011 at 12:43 pm

“Only the soccer thugs can save Britain.” – Michael Savage

I am often stunned by Michael’s insights. Anyone know what je meant by that? Only a patriotoc nationalist movement will save the West from Islam. The feminists can’t save the West. The gay community can’t do it. Nor any Leftist leaning group who could care less about immigration issues such as SIOA.

That’s why I hesitate to get involved in all this raaaaasist business. However it is warranted in this case since Stormfront is involved. In any event, Ronnie boy Paul has np chance of becoming Prez even if none of this happened. We’re likely to be stuck with BHO for another term.

wjm on December 27, 2011 at 10:52 am

I applaud Debbie’s personal courage, but I can tell you this: Ron Paul supporters will deluge her with hate messages, claiming she “smeared” their man. That’s the way these scumgabs operate. They’re even better at stuffing “enemy” e-mail boxes as they are stuffing ballot boxes in straw polls.

Good luck, Debbie. You’ve accidentally kicked a hornet’s nest.

Seek on December 27, 2011 at 12:33 pm

    Seek, I agree with you on the deluge. We have all heard these dopey blow-hards on talk shows all around the country and know them not only to be hard-headed but rabid as well.

    And the posts from the nutters that I do bother to read make me laugh because I can see either the jew-hatred and/or mental illness all over it.

    If this old fool loses Iowa, we will be rid of him and his even worse freak followers!

    Skunky on December 27, 2011 at 12:51 pm

    The Debster fears no Paultard vermin. She is a shining warrior queen, and will kick much Paultard ass. My admiration for her is as boundless as my contempt for Ron Paul is limitless (and if you’ve read my statements on TAS, you know I know full weel the definition of Limitless.)

    Weather in Des Moines for the election—39 degrees and sunny. I think Mitt will win, but I’m hoping Newt or Santorum take second. A third place finish will spell DOOOOM for Paul. His campaign will feel the tracks of the Merkava IVs soon enough.

    Occam's Tool on December 27, 2011 at 12:53 pm

Wow, look at all the neocon spew out here, how bizarre.

You always know you’re over the target that neocon’s love to put ahead of America when the flak is heaviest.

President Ron Paul, what a great sound. You Zionist thugs can choke on it.

Pat H. on December 27, 2011 at 1:43 pm

    Pat H:

    The only one choking here is you. From having Ru Paul’s schlong so far down your throat. The Colts have won 2 games without Manning. They ain’t going to the playoffs. Ru Paul hasn’t even WON anything yet, so what’s YOUR excuse?

    Con Chef (NB) on December 27, 2011 at 2:01 pm

    Pat, thanks for showing you’re true colors of being a complete and total bigot you nazi jackass! You’re one of many faces of Ron Paul lackeys and hacks, you’re all just as pathetic or maybe worst than Obama supporters.

    And as our friend “Skzion” normally says, “Anyone who starts their message with the word “WOW” is a complete moron”, I agree with him, and that’s you Pat, you’re a moron and a buffoon for starting you’re message with the word “wow”! Now go back to either Stormfront or VNN Fourm and share you’re values and principles of anti-semitism. While you’re at it Pat, why don’t you wear your authentic nazi-outfit on the roads in you’re communtiy, we’ll what reaction you’ll get from all you’re neighbors!

    “A nation is defined by its borders, language & culture!”

    Sean R. on December 27, 2011 at 2:17 pm

    Well, Paul lost. So, wipe the jihadist germinal fluid from your goggles, and bend over again, scum.

    Occam's Tool on February 2, 2015 at 5:32 pm

I know that opinion of a muslim man like me hardly counts on this “judeo-xtian” platform.Author of thsi blog is herself part of the problem of hate & her readers are also pretty knowledgeable .Knowledge from some islam centered hate sites have made many americans & europeans PHD in islam.
I m central asian by descent & live in HINDU india’s capital city. I usually respect all religions & try not to hurt religious feeling of any man even if that means giving diwali present to hindus & xmas present to xtians ( gifted even rum mixed cakes).I think i wont be less muslim if i respect religions of other & in most cases i get respect back.
MYTH -1: the more american people are maligned against muslims ,the more safe israel will be.Israel has to build confidence with its neighbors to be at peace. Even some kids can throw a rocket into israel & create chaos.Israeli neighbors are just TOO close.Israel is not having the american luxury of a polar bear like canada at top & small mouse like mexico at bottom.
MYTH-2: All muslims are same in EVERY way. Even neighbors of saudi arabia are not like them ,forget about entire muslim world.Then there are various versions of islam –the “sufi” turkish version, the “totalitarian” iranian shia version,the south asian “irresponsible” version & the “sell oil” version ( this version means to hell with whole world ,we want to earn money).Shias are persecuted in iraq & a shia family is ruling in neighboring muslim /sunni syria.Contradictions are mind boggling.
MYTH-3: All muslims are “united ” against xtians & jews.First of all muslims sadly are NOT united even amongst themselves ,forget about uniting to fight the enemy .I accept that muslims are a bit suspiciosu of jews (that too after creation of israel & that suspicion is justified ) but muslims historically were never against xtian by POLICY. Minor instances can occur even among blood brothers .
MYTH- 4: Israel is the only reason that xtian holy sites are preserved in mid east.Ottomans ruled mid east for centuries ,if muslims wanted to get rid of xtian holy sites then the job can be done within a few days . I mean how long can it take to demolish mud houses of biblical times.
MYTH- 5 : Muslims are in holy war against jews & west: In 1400 years ,muslims never declared any holy war against xtian ,so why should they do it now. Caliph Omar let the jews live in israel even after taking it back from xtian forces.

Ali khan on December 27, 2011 at 2:49 pm

    MYTH: Ali Khan is one of the GOOD Moooooooooslims.

    Nah, I will stick with DS and all her hard work EXPOSING the MYTH of the ridiculous “Religion of Peace”

    Take your taqiyya and boring posts and shove them.

    All Muslims are not terrorists but all terrorists are Muslims. This is a fact the Jihadists keep alive. After 9/11 I did wonder WHY all the so-called “moderate” Moooooooooslims kept quiet. HERE is where I found out why.

    THAT is why you are afraid of DS and her site. She takes it on while others waste our time trying to be too PC. There is no more time for PC.

    And all you Zogian Paulbots: Here is how whacko your great “leader” is…he did not want to disbelieve anything that Osama bin Laden said because Ron Paul said he was never proven to be a liar.

    The good news: Ron Paul will win NOTHING to get him close to the US Presidency.

    Skunky on December 27, 2011 at 3:30 pm

      Skunky, my woman, I couldn’t agree with you anymore what you said in you’re comment to Ali Khan. And Ali Khan, come on man, I am NOT falling and being swayed by you’re taqqiya BS, we all know that islam is NOT a peaceful religion, to me it’s not a legitimate religion, it’s more of a theological-cult that’s trying ultra hard to be a religion. And DS is NOT spreading hate you putz, the ones who are spreading are you’re fellow co-religionist Ali Khan, why don’t you condemn you’re co-religionist for killing numerous christians in Iraq and Nigeria over the weekend? And why don’t you condemn the newest islamist regime in Egypt in which they made numerous anti-semitic rhetoric about jewish people, that’s spreading hatred you buffoon, have the BALLS and condemn you’re co-religionist ilk Ali Khan.

      And Skunky I agree with one of you’re statements that I read between the lines:

      “All Muslims are not terrorist but all terrorist are Muslims.”

      Exactly, I to am not going to hold the thinking of “every last muslim is a terrorist”, had I had thinking, it’ll be very irrational of me and everybody would dismiss me as a kook and hatemongeror, etc. Speaking of which Skunky, “Abdel Rahman al-Rashed” of Al-Arabiya news channel a number of years was very honest about his fellow muslims. He said this, “It is a certain fact that not all Muslims are terrorist, but it is equally certain, and exceptionally painful, that almost all terrorists are Muslims…” That was the manager of Al-Arabiya who said and happend to be a muslim himself for giving out the facts amongst his fellow co-religionist!

      “A nation is defined by its borders, language & culture!”

      Sean R. on December 27, 2011 at 4:24 pm

    Ali Kahn:

    No one buys the lies that Muslims spew to defend their ideology except Paulistinians & regressives. What makes you think that we’ll believe you?


    Great. You found one Marine. Marcus Luttrell, Navy Cross recipient & author of “Lone Survivor” supports Rick Perry. As do a large number of Medal of Honor recipients in Texas. Gee, if Ron’s so wonderful, I wonder why all those types of guys don’t support him? I guess they’re all “Israel Firsters” & “chicken hawks” or “war mongers,” right?

    Con Chef (NB) on December 27, 2011 at 3:42 pm

Freedom of Speech, in hopes the moderator doesn’t try to delete this comment:

United States Marine Jason Thompson has THIS to say about Ron Paul. Please read and share and respect our active duty soldiers. “Only in America – someone who supports peace over war, is labeled as an “extremist”. Only in America – someone who will end war on drugs, and release majority of blacks from prison, back to their families & kids, is labeled as “Racist”. … Only in America – someone who will bring an end to neverending inflation, boom and bust business cycles, is labeled as naive in monetary policies. Only in America – someone who gets more contributions from vets, than all other candidates combined, is labeled isolationist. Only in America – someone who puts America before Isreal is labelled as anti-semitic. Yes my friends – thats how media, owned by Big Corporations and Wall Street is trying to steal our future. The one I am for is RON PAUL 2012—Awesome”

rey on December 27, 2011 at 3:09 pm

Even if Paul wins it is not a clear indication of what Republicans in Iowa want. I heard on Rush Limbaugh today that Democrats can actually vote as Republicans if they sign up as such in Iowa. Mischief voting can influence primaries in such states.

Frances Carr on December 27, 2011 at 4:46 pm

to americans every terrorist is a muslim & to muslims every american is a terrorist.America is just a country ,it can never win against muslims or totally annihilate muslims.
Taqiyya is a shia islam concept & i m no shia. If you think that muslims hide their actions by the veil of taqiyya then dont blame muslims for 9/11—That act was IN YOUR FACE,not even close to taqqiya.
If you can come out of red neck logic, possibly it will be easier for you to understand people who are different from you bcoz its solely america which has problems with muslims & always playing blame game .

Ali Khan on December 27, 2011 at 11:44 pm

Wow, Debbie, I have never read any of your articles before, but I am saddened to think so many people have gotten on board with what you are saying, because it is clearly unfounded. You even quoted Ron Paul saying, “If they want to endorse me, they’re endorsing what I do or say — it has nothing to do with endorsing what they say.” If you know or have read any of Ron Paul’s many books, watched any of his major speeches, he is all about giving freedom back to ALL, not just a particular group of people. He has only been saying the same thing for 30+ years… please don’t smear it with this unfounded article. Debbie, I encourage you to do (much) more homework on Dr. Paul before you criticize him. He has forgotten more than you or I know, and he needs to be respected for who he is. He has never changed on his viewpoints. He has predicted nearly every economic problem we face today. Why would we spend the time to write an unfounded article to put him down???

Nathan Mann on December 28, 2011 at 12:26 am

Nathan Mann,

You write:

“You [Debbie] even quoted Ron Paul saying, ‘If they want to endorse me, they’re endorsing what I do or say — it has nothing to do with endorsing what they say.'”

Actually, It was the NY Times that quoted Ron Paul as saying that. Click on her first link. Plus, others have reported on Ron Paul’s having accepted and kept Stormfront’s money. Also, as There is NO Santa Claus pointed out above, this is actually old news.

You also write:

“I encourage you to do (much) more homework on Dr. Paul before you criticize him.”

Actually, she has. Click on Debbie’s second link for another article that Debbie wrote just before she wrote this one. What she wrote there is new and is–at least for you, but not for either me or other regular readers here–startling.

JeffE on December 28, 2011 at 2:29 am

“1. Ron Paul voted FOR MLK day, Newt Gingrich didn’t

2. Ron Paul was the ONLY one in Congress that didn’t condemn Israel when they stood up to Iran

3. Ron Paul gave FREE medical care and baby deliveries to minorities, which INCLUDES BLACKS, not racist

4. Ron Paul has stated over? the past 40 years, Gays shouldn’t be told how they marry by the federal government, it’s a state issue

Good try…

Mugen on December 27, 2011 at 1:58 am”


Harem Love on December 28, 2011 at 4:03 am

Ron Paul is NOT a conservative. He is NOT even a Republican. He is George Soros’ bad joke. He is what you get when you allow Democrats to vote in Republican primaries.

burt on December 29, 2011 at 11:39 am


    Ron Paul is a conservative, in his private life. You don’t believe that? There is proof of that everywhere, just look at his family. Let me see if I am hearing you correctly, because he doesn’t FORCE his conservative views on people, he isn’t conservative?

    “He is NOT even a Republican”

    He is actually a “true” Republican. Also, we only have a two party system, so there are only two options if your running. Ron Paul is like a Libertarian/Republican. He is not the Neo-Con Republicans you see today. More Republicans were like Ron Paul in our countries history. Libertarians now hold the original republican views, and the views of the founding fathers, not Neo-Cons.

    You try to put him into a category, but you can’t. He’s a Constitutionalists, and the Constitution favors the Left and the Right.

    BLawrence on December 30, 2011 at 2:06 am

I’m a Jew, and I love G-d, and I love Ron Paul!!! Too many jews, or people for that matter, are taking what Ron Paul is saying way too literally. What he is saying is that the U.S. will go bankrupt if we don’t stop the current foreign policy. I’ve heard him say that when we have our financial house in order, we can then consider going back to helping the world. He is trying to tell you that the federal reserve is printing money “AT WILL!” just to run the global economy, and its at the expense of the American taxpayer. We need to stop all the spending, then restructure our finances as a country.

BLawrence on December 30, 2011 at 2:08 am

    I’m a Jew and I don’t need Ron Paul to explain this to me. Moreover, I’m not supporting someone who will stand idle as Jews are murdered. Ron Paul not only fails to take a stand against anti-Semitism; he often times endorses it or endorses policies that enable it. Regardless of any other attractive policy proposals Ron Paul may have, I will not support him under any circumstances.

    I have some of Ron Paul’s campaign literature. He’s always evoking Ronald Reagan’s name. His literature has numerous pictures of Ron Paul with President Reagan. Yet Ron Paul is an isolationist and if there’s one thing we know: Ronald Reagan was no isolationist.

    If you want to address the U.S. budget, deficit spending, and Federal Reserve policy, find another candidate to lead that policy movement. Ron Paul is a babbling idiot and will never, ever be effective in dealing with it should he ever obtain the responsibility for doing so.

    Whatever your concerns are, find someone else besides Ron Paul to address them. He can’t help us if he won’t take a definitive stand against anti-Semitism.


    TINSC (aka There is NO Santa Claus)

    There is NO Santa Claus on January 2, 2012 at 11:48 am

God damn you fools are ignorant, just because Stormfront supports Ron Paul doesn’t mean that Ron Paul supports them, Liberty and Freedom is a new concept, you do realize the government is shredding the last vestiges and eviscerating the last remnants of our U.S. Constitution as we speak, the treacherous NDAA was passed and it concerns U.S. Citizens if anyone bothered to read said provision and sub section 1022 1031, 1032, and 1036. Ron Paul is a staunch Constitutionalist. Libertarians are incapable of being racist because racism is a collective idea because you see people in groups. The concept of a Libertarian is someone who advocates civil liberties!

K White on January 4, 2012 at 7:42 am All the response he ever needed to make. I don’t want their money. Does he need to say it again to make you listen?

Bryan on January 13, 2012 at 7:18 pm

Reading what you’ve all said here makes me ashamed that you are Americans. And I despair of this country when Obama, Gingrich or Romney are the best we can do for leadership and believe they are prime examples of how our electoral process has been stolen and corrupted….and no, I can see no reason to visit this site again.

sylent1 on February 5, 2012 at 7:28 pm

Either you have no clue about Mr. Ron Paul and what he stands for or you have socialistic beliefs and want to slander him. Or maybe your just Jewish and you are deeply offended that Mr. Paul would advocate policies that might be bad for Jews financially.

Tex Dakota on September 18, 2012 at 1:07 pm

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