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  • Om svensk media någonsin blir interesserade av dessa herrar kommer de att framställas som allmänt rasistiska, judehatande högerextremister.

    Så här skrev LA Times förra året:

    ”But those fears are front and center today, and they play into the most extreme Fed bashing, which depicts the central bank as an instrument of a despotic elite that controls world events for its own ends. George Sylvester Viereck (who was imprisoned by FDR as a Nazi sympathizer in 1941) and Eustace Mullins (an associate of Sen. Joseph McCarthy) charged that President Woodrow Wilson and his aide ”Colonel” House conspired with Jewish financiers to establish the central bank in 1913. The Rev. Pat Robertson, in ”The New World Order,” returned to such theories, decrying the Jewish Rothschilds and their role in creating ”one-world government” under the sway of a ”financial oligarchy.” Today, Paul echoes such thinking in his call to end the Fed’s ”secretive cartel.”

    http://articles.latimes.com/2010/nov/19/opinion/la-oe-heilbrunn-fed-20101119/2

    Ett mästerverk i guilt by association, eller vad tycker ni? DN eller SVT lär inte ha några som helst problem att utmåla Dr. Paul som en ren nazist.

    Angående Murray Rothbard, har han skrivit följande:

    ”. I began to rethink my views on immigration when, as the Soviet Union collapsed, it became clear that ethnic Russians had been encouraged to flood into Estonia and Latvia in order to destroy the cultures and languages of these peoples. Previously, it had been easy to dismiss as unrealistic Jean Raspail’s anti-immigration novel The Camp of the Saints, in which virtually the entire population of India decides to move, in small boats, into France, and the French, infected by liberal ideology, cannot summon the will to prevent economic and cultural national destruction. As cultural and welfare-state problems have intensified, it became impossible to dismiss Raspail’s concerns any longer.”

    http://www.panarchy.org/rothbard/nation.html

    I Sverige anses detta utan tvekan som ”högerextremt” och ”rasistiskt” och sannolikt skulle media här inte tveka en sekund inför att koppla ihop Rothbard och den norske massmördaren Brevik, baserat på citatet ovan.

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