(The following contains language that may well be considered offensive. This post is an attempt to make clear what was written in past Ron Paul newsletters. More information can be found here)
Congress outspent the president by $17.6 billion a year. That’s significant, but it didn’t cause the doubling of the national debt under the Reagan administration. Big-spending Ronald Reagan, in cahoots with a big-spending Congress, did the damage. Republicans accuse Democrats, and Democrats accuse right back. But they are all to blame. That’s why it’s time to clean house. And senate. And presidency.
William C. Douglass, MD, writing in the anti-government medicine Health Freedom News, gives a fascinating analysis of AIDS and speculates on its origin. I’d like to share his research with you:
“There are many viruses that grow in animals, and many in humans,” he points out, “but most of the viruses that grow in animals don’t affect humans.” For example, “the bovine leukemia virus” is “lethal to cows but not humans.” “The sheep visna virus is also non-reactive in man…. These deadly viruses are ‘retroviruses’ meaning they can change the genetic composition of cells they enter.”
Dr. Douglass believes that AIDS is a deliberately engineered hybrid of these two animal viruses cultured in human tissue, and he blames World Health Organization experimentation at Ft. Detrick, Maryland.
Ft. Detrick is one of the centers of biological warfare research, where federal scientists are engaged in deliberately manufacturing deadly diseases for World War III. Could they have produced AIDS? Could the government have experimented with it in the civilian population, as it did in the 1950s with the LSD, and had things get out of control? I don’t know, but these sure are interesting questions.
“I have always said,” notes Dr. Douglass, “and our forefathers told us this, that the greatest threat to the people is always government. Not foreign governments, but our own government.”
Bush or Weed?
George Bush pretends to be a self-made man, despite his wealthy Eastern Establishment roots. I had always known that Bush received millions of dollars in the 1950s (when a million dollars was a million dollars!) to start his Zapata oil drilling company, named after a famous Mexican bandit (a little like calling your firm the Al Capone Co.).
But Bush’s new autobiography, ghostwritten by his long-time
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