Saturday, February 04, 2012

Ron Paul Ties to Neo-Nazi Group Exposed

Curiously, this story has been studiously avoided by the mainstream/Beltway Media. Even the Huffington Post, while featuring an excellent two-part report on "Anonymous," by far the most comprehensive look at the group, has participated in the blackout of the Ron Paul story. Not surprisingly, the Steve Capus networks haven't reported it either. If they're concerned about proper sourcing, why not have Michael Isikoff look into it and verify the story? The answer is not to pretend it doesn't exist. Besides, "Anonymous" has some serious cred, and is not to be taken lightly or dismissed.

While the Beltway Media seems to be giving the Ron Paul ties to neo-Nazis a wide berth, the story got out (it always does, eventually, see below) and was also reported on British media, where one must necessarily navigate to find out what's going on in the United States.
The group of hackers known as “Anonymous” has shut down several neo-Nazi websites owned by Jamie Kelso, a former John Birch Society member, assistant to David Duke and moderator for the white supremacist website, Stormfront.

“Anonymous” claims to have recovered emails from Kelso that prove that Ron Paul has regularly met with members of Jamie Kelso’s neo-Nazi political party American Third Position and even was on several conference calls with their board of directors. Here is a statement from “Anonymous” from one of the neo-Nazi websites they shut down.
"In addition to finding the usual racist rants and interactions with other white power groups, we also found a disturbingly high amount of members who are also involved in campaigning for Ron Paul. According to these messages, Ron Paul has regularly met with many A3P members, even engaging in conference calls with their board of directors. Ron Paul’s racist politics and affiliations are already well known, being viciously anti-immigrant, anti-abortion and against gay marriage — not to mention having authored the racist “Ron Paul Papers” and receiving financial support from other white power groups (pictured with Don Black from Hard to believe Ron Paul draws some support from the left and the occupation movements, especially now that it is confirmed Ron Paul hangs out with straight up racist hate groups. We put extra effort in ruining the life of A3P webmaster Jamie Kelso. On top of being on the board of directors of A3P, former $cientologist, and high ranking Ron Paul organizer, he also is the account owner of german nazi forums and store,"

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