Ron Paul: US elections are ‘charade’

Former Congressman and GOP presidential hopeful Ron Paul in a recent interview at Russian Television (RT) claimed that voting for GOP or Democrat is not going to solve America’s national or international problems because the elections are rigid and the whole democratic process is a ‘charade’ (listen the interview below).

Ron Paul is no stranger to the crooked rules of the American presidential horse race for Israeli subservience. He ran for the highest office as a Libertarian in 1988, and in 2008 and 2012 as a Republican and every time faced a vicious campaign by the powerful Israel Lobby for proposing cuts in US military aid to Israel and denying the ‘official 9/11 story’.

“More people are discovering that the system is all rigged and voting is just pacification. I see elections as so much of a charade. So much deceit goes on,” Ron said.

“I’ve worked on the assumption – for many, many decades, that whether there’s a Republican or a Democrat president, the people who want to keep the status quo seems to have their finger in the pot and can control things,” he said.

Paul suggested that the 2016 election is a lot more entertainment than anything else because none of the candidates have answers to modern political problems.

Ron Paul didn’t hide his contempt for GOP front-runner Donald Trump: A ‘Judas Goat’, but said that the GOP’s machinations to block Donald Trump are a sign of a corrupt, undemocratic system.

Dr. Philip Giraldi, former CIA agent of 20 years, wrote on December 22, 2015 that no matter who wins the 2016 presidential election – it would be victory of Israel.

American author Marianne Williamson is a Zionist Jew and blind supporter of Israel. In an interview in 2012, she admitted that both the US and Israel are not democratic countries.

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