Sunday, September 1, 2013

Why I Would Have No Problem If Ron Paul Ever Choose to Speak Before the Ku Klux Klan, The New Black Panthers or a Bill Kristol Led Neocon Cruise to Nowhere

Outrage continues to come from the usual subjects because Ron Paul is booked to speak before the Fatima Centre, at a conference on the Canadian side of Niagra Falls. The charges are that this Catholic group is anti-Semitic. As I have stated before, I have no idea if this group is anti-Semitic or not, and I doubt Ron Paul does either. But I am quite comfortable that Dr. Paul will deliver to this group his liberty message. The same message that he has delivered in countless other speeches across the United States, that he delivered on the floor of the House of Representatives and that we all witnessed him deliver during the 2012 Republican presidential debates.

Dr Paul's message of liberty should be told everywhere and at every opportunity. Why should his message not be told to those who need to hear it most? He may not reach most with his message in such a setting, but he may reach one or two.

And so, Ron Paul should should continue to deliver his message of freedom wherever he is invited to do so. No heed should be paid to those who just can't stand Ron Paul speaking about freedom. Dr. Paul should speak before any group he is invited to speak before, be it the Fatima Center, the National Socialist Workers Party or, even, an event sponsored by the Project for the New American Century.

The real outrage is that anyone would try to intimidate Dr. Paul into not delivering his message.

1 comment:

  1. a) Would it be so wrong if Ron Paul could convince the Nazis and Klu Kluxers to renounce fraud and the initiation of force while being unable to convince them to renounce their loathsome racial theories?

    b) Under a Rothbardian system, the Nazis and Klu Kluxers couldn't vote to massacre local Jews, blacks and/or lesbians. Would that be so wrong?

    c) It seems to me that people who generally support the ability of a nation to vote for socialist workers' parties are the people who should be ashamed and afraid to show their faces in public.