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From Israel: Vote Ron Paul and Let My People Go!

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Lately I’ve been having trouble sleeping. I sit here in my living room in Karnei Shomron, Israel, on the 8th night of Chanukah, wondering what other miracles lay in store on January 3rd and in the months ahead. The name Ron Paul is constantly at my fingertips. I’ve typed it in so many times the past month it’s insane. I’m experiencing an excitement I’ve rarely ever felt, and I don’t even live in America anymore. During the last Republican debate I woke myself up at 3am Israel time to watch an 8pm EST live stream on YouTube, with no fatigue whatsoever. I’m on overdrive, and I can’t calm myself.

I’ve only recently figured out what this excitement actually is.

I first got interested in the whole freedom movement when I heard that Ron Paul wanted to end all foreign aid, including to my country, Israel. This seemed like a spectacular idea to me. I hate the idea of taking American tax payer money I don’t need. The only reason we take it, by the way, is not because we need it. It’s that we don’t want to feel alone, and Jews always feel a deep existential isolation and loneliness. “As I see them from the mountain tops, gaze on them from the heights, this is a people that dwells alone, not counted among the Nations,” says Balaam of the People of Israel in Numbers 23:9. We still feel that loneliness. So we take the money. It’s shameful, it’s theft, it’s destructive, it’s morally wrong, and it makes people hate us for tying them into a conflict they have no business trying to solve. I wanted it to end and didn’t trust any Israeli leader to give it up on his own, so I looked up more about Ron Paul.

 

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"I first got interested in the whole freedom movement when I heard that Ron Paul wanted to end all foreign aid, including to my country, Israel. This seemed like a spectacular idea to me. I hate the idea of taking American tax payer money I don’t need. The only reason we take it, by the way, is not because we need it. It’s that we don’t want to feel alone, and Jews always feel a deep existential isolation and loneliness. “As I see them from the mountain tops, gaze on them from the heights, this is a people that dwells alone, not counted among the Nations,” says Balaam of the People of Israel in Numbers 23:9. We still feel that loneliness. So we take the money. It’s shameful, it’s theft, it’s destructive, it’s morally wrong, and it makes people hate us for tying them into a conflict they have no business trying to solve. I wanted it to end and didn’t trust any Israeli leader to give it up on his own, so I looked up more about Ron Paul." 

And when the Arab world closes in on Israel for the final extermination of Israel, the freedom of the Jews, and the Jews themselves, he will become like Baalam's ass and start speaking sense? :)

Without staunch U.S. support, including flying in special anti-tank missiles at the last moment, Israel might have been exterminated in the Oct. 1973 Yom Kippur War.  Yes, it's able to defend itself for now, after billions in U.S. aid, but the disturbing developments in the misnamed Arab Spring threaten another war, and the disturbing suspicions of Iran getting nukes throw the needle off the dial, so I'm sure it needs our staunch support more than ever for these eventualities.

Ron Paul hates Israel, so for an Israeli to praise him is close to TREASON, isn't it?  And he mentions the word freedom? Is Freedom's Phoenix a Kremlin front site? If the Kremlin likes something, so does FP apparently: Ron Paul, Hugo Chavez, Madman Inastraightjacket, the fake Arab Muslim "Palestinians", the extermination of Israel and the U.S. Is that whey call it Freedom's Phoenix: they want Freedom to be burned to death, and expect us to believe it will rise again from its own ashes? Possibly, in about 2K years, the ultimate plausible deniability :)

Besides, the U.S. never just gave Israel foreign aid, it was asked first, correct me if I'm wrong, the Kremlin calls it the Israel Lobby, I guess that makes it "stealing", right?  :)

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