is a sacred word in the bipartisan lexicon, solemnly reserved
for willful and persistent deviations from the holy mainstream.
For that reason, it is not extremism to favor a policy that led
to 2 million deaths in Vietnam. Our mainstream politicians supported
that, you see. It is not extremism to have favored the indefensible
war in Iraq, which led to at least hundreds of thousands of deaths
and four million people displaced. How could it be? Why, the Washington
Post and the New York Times favored it!
a sanctions policy that led to the deaths of 500,000 Iraqi children?
Even if this statistic were false, American officials, including
former Secretary of State Madeleine
Albright and former US Ambassador to the United Nations Bill
Richardson, said half a million dead Iraqi children were "worth
it." No mainstream outlet I am aware of has referred to Albright
and Richardson as extremists.
matter, no one has been called an extremist for thinking itís
all right for people to stick their hands down your pants at the
airport. This is a matter of public policy, citizen.
people typically accused of "extremism" in America are
not responsible for even one death, and have usually been the
people trying to prevent these deaths. The political and media
establishments hope to drown out these dissident voices by labeling
them "extremist," hoping most Americans will be too
lazy to uncover how truly Orwellian that label is.
In that spirit,
the left-wing Mother Jones magazine recently featured an
article called "Ron Paulís 15 Most Extreme Positions."
Oooh, extreme! Beware, citizen! Block your ears! You shall hear
only those positions that have been approved for you by Mother
Jones and National Review! For who could possibly dissent
from both Hillary Clinton and Mitt Romney? Only an enemy
I have tried
to keep videos on my
YouTube channel brief, but I couldnít help myself this time.
I went through all 15 "extreme" Ron Paul positions as
fast as I could. Enjoy.