Ron Paul Speech May 4, 2012 @ UCSD As Large As Barack Obama May 5, 2012 OSU: The Real 2012 Election
On Friday night, as Ron Paul spoke to a crowd of thousands on the University of California, San Diego campus, the coastal sky turned a blue-gray to purple as the week faded into memory. Just after 7pm PST presidential candidate Ron Paul began his speech. In it, the three time candidate for President of the United States highlighted hallmark topics of his lauded career over which he laid out the reasons for the future. From Special Drawing Rights to coerced liquidity by the citizen to corporations friendly to government. Here is Ron Paul discussing the American Power Elite in a four part series at the end of the eighties, as he ran for president.
In San Diego on Friday, Paul covered a number of topics in his 45 minute speech from the Drug Enforcement Agency to the war on terror to the Federal Reserve and bankers. UCSD, as an aware and watching San Diego citizen might notice, is quite cozy with the military establishment hosting conventions of DARPA and perhaps even the CIA. Early in his speech he attacked federal officials, who he suggested should be held liable for their crime, for their handling of a 23 year-old engineering student left in a holding cell sans food or water for five days. This occurred just last month, and Paul addressed it in a personal touch to his speech. Thankfully, he was not so flamboyant as Barack Obama in his new speeches, as he parades the sky-blue (also on the UN helmet) of the the ruling class view from towers in the sky. Here is a video of Barack Obama sporting his campaign look. Notice the looking “forwards” of already-tried-in totalitarian-lands propaganda.
When Looking at a Ron Paul speech, when compared to a new-style Barack Obama campaign speech, the crowds are not much different in scope! This is obviously the real election of 2012 as Romney has received dismal turnouts and a lackluster response by all except for the special interests and super-pacs.
Note the chemtrail in the video. The US military was showing its presence, apparently intimidated by the superpower Ron Paul.
Paul wore a propensity to steer away from pulling at just the heart strings of his audiences of thousands. He instead respected them and thus spoke to their reasoning capabilities. Sure, the speech was moving, but in this day and age of the internet that solely the honor of attending. Ron Paul has already been seen on the internet, and his plain language with its axiom of honesty has awoken many individuals in North America and beyond.
“If we need laws to restrain individuals in any way possible they should be state laws, it shouldn’t be the federal government and it shouldn’t be the DEA,” said Paul. “We know about the case of Daniel, one of the students here, of being arrested and thrown in a prison and forgotten — for five days — ending up in an intensive-care unit,” Paul said as the crowd booed. “And then it’s done in the name of being a compassionate conservative. That’s not compassion at all.”
Paul offered suggestions for Daniel and the rest of us in such circumstances. In the current system, the taxpayer will be on the hook for the $20 million dollar lawsuit brought forward by Daniel. Paul said about the matter:
“What I would like to do is make sure that any agent of government that abuses the rights of an individual, they personally are liable and should be sued,” he said.
Many times Paul went back to the topic of civil liberties, offering that the state’s attacks on civil liberties should be our primary concern. He did not make any excuse for them, addressing them as if they were the deliberate action of individuals in power. He maintained that people should have the choice to put in their bodies what they wish, and just because something is legalized does not mean that it is then condoned by the people.
He used the example of the freedom of religion. In this country, we have freedom of religion, and that does not mean that we condone the other religions. It merely means that the individual has the freedom to choose. Another example was the freedom to study what one wants. Just because we allow students to study what they want, does not mean that we necessarily condone what they study. It means, rather, they have the freedom to choose.
Paul suggested an end to the war on drugs, an end to foreign occupations and an end to the attack on civil liberties on the home front. He noted that by placing sanctions or deliberately attacking nations such as, you know, the 131 nations out of 196 on planet earth, we really unite people in that country against us, nothing more. Instead of blaming governments like their government in Tehran, Iran, the people of the country blame the United States for the problems of their own government, which really is the outcome of foreign policy more dangerous than one of national defense.
This resonated with a San Diego audience that is totally FUGAZI and FUBAR betwixt between numerous military bases in all directions. To the north their sits Camp Pendleton, and in mid-city there is Miramar. All around, the US military. From Wikipedia:
Military bases in San Diego include US Navy facilities, Marine Corps bases, and Coast Guard stations. Marine Corps institutions in the city of San Diego include Marine Corps Air Station Miramar andMarine Corps Recruit Depot San Diego. The Navy has several institutions in the city, including Naval Base Point Loma, Naval Base San Diego (also known as the 32nd Street Naval Station), Bob Wilson Naval Hospital, the Space and Naval Warfare Systems Center San Diego and Space and Naval Warfare Systems Command. Also near San Diego but not within the city limits are Naval Amphibious Base Coronado and Naval Air Station North Island (which operates Naval Auxiliary Landing Facility San Clemente Island, Silver Strand Training Complex, and the Outlying Field Imperial Beach). San Diego is known as the “birthplace of naval aviation“.
The city is “home to the majority of the U.S. Pacific Fleet’s surface combatants, all of the Navy’s West Coast amphibious ships and a variety of Coast Guard and Military Sealift Command vessels”. One Nimitz class supercarrier, (the USSCarl Vinson), five amphibious assault ships, several Los Angeles-class ”fast attack” submarines, the Hospital Ship USNS Mercy, carrier and submarine tenders, destroyers, cruisers, frigates, and many smaller ships are home-ported there. Four Navy vessels have been named USS San Diego.
Interesting to note that, at the Coronado amphibious base, there are shots from the sky such as this, which must leave one to wonder “what were the grand architects – patient psychos?”:
Swastika military base deemed oversight by local news agencies
Paul has spent a reasonable amount of time in California leading up to the June 5 primary in this state. He has spoken recently at renowned campuses such as Berkeley and UCLA, drawing audiences of thousands.
Paul used a refrain he seems to be aware is popular with the youth:
“In a free society, you ought to be able to smoke what you want (wait for it…), drink what you want, and if you do any harm to anybody else, you are in big trouble,” he said. “If you do harm to yourself, you have to suffer the consequences and you can’t go begging for help from your neighbor.”
Ron Paul criticized the media for continuing to ignore his campaign:
“We are hoping for a surprise on election day (in California) to the point where maybe the mainstream media will have to cover what we are doing,” he said. “We don’t know exactly what will happen on that election, or what will happen in August in Tampa, or what will happen in November. But I can tell you that we are winning a tremendous battle … for the hearts and minds of the American people who are sick and tired of what they are getting out of Washington, D.C.”
In his speech Paul said that he once thought that, perhaps, somebody would look into the history books and read up on him. This person, Paul hoped, would say to him or herself: “hmm, he seemed to have understood what was going on.” But, what Paul sees instead is a blooming intellectual renaissance and revolution, and he believes that, whilst the revolution might lose many battles, that we would certainly win the war.
For Paul’s supporters to nominate him at the national convention, he must receive a majority of support from at least five state delegations. They could then push for a floor nomination. The campaign manager for Ron Paul is undercounting his delegates, campaign manager John Tate said.
The crowd was tamed amidst the buildings of Warren Mall at UCSD. Ron Paul drew a crowd akin to one of the larger concerts the campus would host, suggesting that, is common sense, Ron Paul is big amongst a youth who are determined to re-route the course of history.
The California primary is June 5 in California. Be sure to register Republican if you wish to vote so that you can vote for Paul, since this primary is not an open one. If you choose not to vote, then disregard the previous sentence.