WeAreChangeLA questions Ron Paul about the IMF and why he won't come out about 9-11 Truth
In this brief and powerful interview, much is revealed. Kyley, a member of WeAreChangeLA, caught up with Ron Paul while in Las Vegas at the Campaign for Liberty, and asked him about how to deal with the IMF and why he won't come out about the truth about 9/11.
Kyley: If we're going to audit the Fed, don't we need to also have to audit the IMF, given they're connected?"
Ron Paul: Well they're not under the Fed. But, what you'll do is expose connections. We have a document that shows that the Federal Reserve went to the IMF, made the IMF pay interest to a private bank that made a loan and they were going broke. So, it's very much involved. The audit- you would dig up alot of shenanigans because that's one thing they don't want us to know is all their arrangements with foreign governments, foreign banks and international banking organizations. We wouldn't audit everything the IMF does, but every time the IMF had a dealings with the Federal Reserve, we would have that.
Kyley: Ok and one last thing. Why don't you come out about the truth about 9/11?
[After a pregnant pause and a glance around his himself, Paul answered this way]
Ron Paul: Because I can't handle the controversy. I have the IIF, the Federal Reserve to deal with, and the IRS to deal with. Because, no I just have work-- too many things on my plate. Because I just have too much to do.
Kyley: Alright, thank you sir. Thank you very much.
Ron Paul: Ok. ok.
For those used to politician talk, this interview is very refreshing in its honesty. Paul's answer around the IMF links to the Federal Reserve is quite reasonable. His answer, however, to the 9/11 question, while pretty honest, is not even close to adequate for someone who took an oath to defend the Constitution. You got to hand it to Representative Paul that when he points out that he has "the Federal Reserve to deal with, and the IRS to deal with," you have some sympathy for his situation. However, not being able to "handle the controversy" and having "too much to do" are not valid reasons to not tell the truth about 9/11. There is no "if" at the end of the oaths that public officials like Representative Paul have taken to the Constitution. No one is saying he has to drop all his work on the Federal Reserve and the IRS and learn every last fact about 9/11. But not pushing the official lie when questioned in a debate on live television and mentioning on the record that his fellow citizens were blown up with advanced explosives in those buildings would be a good step towards fulfilling the oath. Controversy is a boon to those attempting to expose difficult truths to the nation.
I guess you could you could say that Paul could be implying that the truth of 9/11 is that we were attacked because of our foreign policy and government incompetence, but that doesn't make sense since he has already said those things quite publicly. So, Paul, in saying why he won't come out about the truth about 9/11 looks to be clearly implying that 9/11 was an inside job, but that he just can't handle the controversy involved in saying it. However, you might want to prepare yourself for the coming controversy Representative Paul, because it sounds like you just did.
This is a similar argument to that put forth by alleged progressives who avoid dealing with the evidence of 9/11 by saying "we need to stop the war, investigate torture and it is a distraction" or "we can't handle all these things at once." No need to handle all these things, just admit that reality is reality, 9/11 was a black op and the WTC with our fellow human beings inside were blown up, and then we all can take it from there, all important issues included.
Although I am thoroughly unsatisfied and disturbed by your answer, I appreciate your honesty this time around Representative Paul.