Rand Paul Visits Ferguson Ahead of Fresh Protests

Michael Scherer and Alex Rogers, TIME, October 10, 2014

Sen. Rand Paul met with civil rights leaders Friday in Ferguson, Missouri, the city torn apart by racial unrest following the August shooting of an unarmed black teenager by a white police officer. During his visit, the Republican Senator, who is seen as a likely presidential candidate, stated his concerns about long prison sentences for nonviolent crimes, the loss of voting rights for felons and military programs to give unused equipment to local police departments.

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“Given the racial disparities in our criminal justice system, it is impossible for African-Americans not to feel like their government is particularly targeting them,” Paul wrote in an opinion piece for TIME this summer.

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Paul joined the leaders in the conference room of a real estate office across the street from an art installation Friday, where residents had tied ribbons to a metal fence with messages commemorating the protests that began in August after the shooting of 18-year-old African-American student Michael Brown. {snip}

Friday’s discussion was free-ranging, less a speech than a question and answer session. People at the event said that they remained concerned about the GOP’s opposition to federal funding for job training and education and other social programs. Paul said that he would support increases in federal spending for job training in urban communities that could be paid for with cuts to the costs of incarceration. “I think there would be money for job training if you greatly lessened criminal sentencing,” he said.

“They are also frustrated that things aren’t happening fast enough,” Paul said after the meeting, which was organized by the NAACP.

Paul’s trip to Ferguson–the first by a 2016 candidate–is a reminder of how his position on criminal justice reform can make a Republican more palatable to the African-American community. {snip}

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  • MekongDelta69

    I think Rand Paul has lost his mind.

    • JohnEngelman

      You are more charitable than I am.

      • Lionel Hutz

        Mr. Engelman!

        I lurked here back in 2011/2012, and enjoyed your commentary. Came back last week, and was worried you had left.

        If I remember correctly, you’re from the Philadelphia area, right? No specifics of course, but where are you in the region? I’m on the Lower Main Line, where based on your surname, I thought you might be too.

        All the best.

        • JohnEngelman

          Welcome back.

          • Lionel Hutz

            Thanks for responding, and sorry for asking locational stuff.

            I did rather enjoy the idea of standing in line at the Wynnewood Giant with another Amren Jew for Blacks who can’t wrap their heads around the concept of “three quarters of a pound” of corned beef, but one can dream.

          • mael

            “jew” is what’s wrong with amren.

          • Lionel Hutz

            I’ll bet you’re a really successful person.

          • mael

            I’m a retired Lawyer. Answer your question? Could YOU retire at 47???

          • Lionel Hutz

            I’ll know when I get there in 20 years.

            “Retired”

            That’s not how you spell “disbarred”.

        • Garrett Brown

          You must be pretty stupid to appreciate Engelman’s anti whtie, pro Asian/Jew commentary.

      • Who Me?

        For once I agree with you both!

    • Publius Pompilius Quietus

      He’s also lost two other appendages.

      • propagandaoftruth

        Never had ’em. Daddy’s boy is all growed up.

        • Pathfinder75 (formerly Shadow)

          “all growed up.”

          Considering his infantile rhetoric about so-called “racial disparities” and other such nonsense,your point is very much open to debate.

          • propagandaoftruth

            He’s the White long legged mac daddy…

          • Raymond Kidwell

            How exactly do you expect to win in a democracy where just about everyone can vote, other than appealing to the lowest common denominator? I mean the stupid will always out number the smart. The first step would be to make tighter voting laws. Show an I.D. so dead people can’t vote, the same person can’t vote 10 times, illegal aliens can’t vote etc. would be a good first step but this has been struck down so many times as “racist”. A second step would be tighten laws where felons can’t vote and perhaps require a high school diploma to vote. A few simple changes and politicians wouldn’t have to spend so much time pandering to the ghetto. Not that I would support completely taking away their voice, but it shouldn’t drown out the voice of all others.

            At least you can rest assured knowing that people like Rand Paul will tell people what they want to hear then do something completely different once he gets elected. Hard to know what his true intentions are.

          • Earl P. Holt III

            No one who receives any form of public assistance — whether federal or state — should vote or serve on a jury, so long as they are enrolled.

            This is such a common-sense notion, it might very well fly through state legislatures like a Prairie Fire…

    • I will vote for Shrillary if Rand is nominated. Heck, I’ll probably vote for her anyway.

      • me

        WHY?!

        • I hate our enemies, but I hate a betrayal of trust far more than that.

          • me

            Benghazi.

          • I understand what you’re saying, but nobody gets to take my vote for granted. The GOP has done exactly that.

          • me

            I hear ya. But, yikes! Let’s do a write-in vote instead. A grass roots thing. I’m gonna write in my vote for Pat Paulson. He may be dead, but he’s the best candidate we’ve got.

          • Bryce Armstrong

            Pat Paulson was a legit candidate compared to Rand Paulson.

          • BillMillerTime

            Heck, I’d prolly even vote for Ru Paul over the terrible Rand Paul. At least we’d get entertainment value for our dollars.

          • Kenner

            Thanks, I got a belly laugh out of that–!

          • Bryce Armstrong

            Ru Paul? Oh, I think you are referring to the son of Ron Jeremy.

          • ElComadreja

            Have you ever seen RuPaul and Moochelle at the same time?

          • SentryattheGate

            I’m proud to say I voted for Pat Buchanan in 2000! NO WAY would I ever vote for Hillary, not even to punish GOP!

          • Samuel Hathaway

            yeah, I went for Pat Buchanan in 2000 as well. Had to vote for McCain in 2008 and Romney though in 2012 to block the Mulatto-In-Chief. Too bad whites didn’t block vote in those elections

          • John_HD

            Yeah, about as far as I can go is to simply not vote. Pat would have made a great President.

          • Rhialto

            If the Repubs run Christi or Bush 2.5 and the race is close in my state, I would vote for H. Rodam-Clinton. Otherwise I will vote for a minor party candidate, probably Constitutional.

          • ElComadreja

            When you try to punish people at the polls you usually wind up punishing yourself.

          • Better dead than red I guess.

          • thegodsofeden

            I’m gonna vote for myself as a write-in candidate.

          • Samuel Hathaway

            I’m going to write in “Scooter” , my precious now-deceased tabby cat. At least she had some dignity and in all cases, was honest.

          • Garrett Brown

            Yes. Keep your dignity Mike, do a write in.

          • Raymond Kidwell

            You don’t need to write in. When you go to vote there will be about six to ten people running for president. You will only have heard of two, maybe three of them because the media blacks out the other names. There’s more than two parties in the U.S. but the media and elites only need to own two in order to ensure they win 99.9% of the time. Just go and vote for anyone that is not a dem or republican. Some of these people actually win from time to time unlike when you write a name in- write ins never win.

          • SentryattheGate

            I agree, Raymond. When someone votes for a Third Party, and it gets over a certain percentage (10%?) that party receives that share of the taxpayer funding for campaigning. I think that’s good, because it gives third parties more of a chance. And we need to put some fear into the 2 main parties that they are not the only game in town.

          • Peter Connor

            True, but not the Wombat!

          • Peter Connor

            Jeff Sessions….

          • JohnEngelman

            The Republican hate machine keeps growling about Benghazi, but I doubt most Americans know or care about Benghazi.

            It is like the campaign of 2008 when the RHM keep repeating “Bill Ayers. Bill Ayers. Jeremiah Wright. Jeremiah Wright.”

          • AutomaticSlim

            “Bill Ayers. Jeremiah Wright”

            You don’t think those were valid issues/concerns?
            Obammy’s associations with these freaks was a great bellwether of what is happening right now.
            Not that I needed that, of course.
            I would never vote for a black, under any circumstance.

          • JohnEngelman

            I did not care about them. Neither did most Americans.

            The last Republican I would have voted for was Teddy Roosevelt.

          • We have a lot of work to do with you if you couldn’t get at least a little worked up over someone like Jeremiah Wright. And then taken aback that someone who presented himself as a serious Presidential candidate spent 19 years as a parishioner of his, going so far as to have him marry him and his wife.

            https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Ix-AMYos0Js

          • propagandaoftruth

            I know the mods are getting sick of my Pastor Manning obsession – I promise it will fade away soon – but my God…he rips the spineless Republican Party in almost all the right ways.

            He’s very funny and the things that come out of his mouth…

            Wow. It’s hypnotizing.

            If you get into Pastor Manning, try this sometimes. Substitute the word “nature” for the word “God” sometimes, especially when he’s verbally lashing blacks. If you are not a religious type.

            I’d love to interview this guy.

            https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=FkQVy_95VxQ

          • propagandaoftruth

            Wow. This is very sophisticated. There was a DNA ladder twirling around behind him at one point. Meh, maybe just coincidence.

            Manning has really gotten his act together over the years. Polished it, found his voice.

          • I don’t think anyone’s getting sick. It’s just that among blacks, Manning is an ivory billed woodpecker.

          • propagandaoftruth

            Nice expression. Midwest?

            Sure, if he were representative of even a significant minority of them, it wouldn’t be so “brain stapling” to listen to him. Harmonic dissonance can be hypnotizing.

          • The scant few supposed sightings of ivory billed woodpeckers (but never confirmed sightings) have been in Arkansas.

          • JohnEngelman

            It was politically foolish for a politician who wanted white votes to belong to Rev. Wright’s congregation. The Republican Hate Machine will always look for excuses to hate leading Democrats. Democrats should not make it easy for the RHM.

          • Who Me?

            “It was politically foolish for a politician who wanted white votes to belong to Rev. Wright”
            ————–
            Didn’t seem to do much harm to our present Head Muslim In Charge.

          • JohnEngelman

            That has been my point. The Republican Hate Machine tried and failed to make an issue of it. The RHM also slandered the President by accusing him of being a Muslim. He is a Christian.

          • none of your business

            What a fool you are Englemann. He is no more a Christian than I am. He was raised by a communist atheist Mother and communist atheist maternal grandparents. His only religious training was attendance at an Indonesian state school that had Muslim religion classes 20 minutes a day. That ended at age 10 when he was sent to the communist atheist grandparents.
            HE WAS NEVER BAPTISED.
            Therefore Obama is not a Christian.
            The fact that he and his wife attended the wealthiest and most prestigious black Christian Church in Chicago so they could social climb with Oprah, Jesse Jackson Bobby Seal and the rest of the wealthy powerful blacks does not mean he is or ever was a Christian.
            Many, many people of all religions and even atheists like Obama make a point of attending prestigious congregations so as to rub elbows with the rich and powerful of the community.
            Why do you keep posting on this site when you so obviously hate Whites, America and Americans, Christianity and Western civilization?

          • none of your business

            OBAMA WAS NEVER BAPTIZED THEREFORE HE IS NOT A CHRISTIAN DESPITE HIS ATTENDANCE AT AN AL SHARPTON
            LIKE BLACK CHURCH.

          • mikekingjr

            Precisely my thinking. WTF is this debate about. Am smarter than the average stump, but lost on this one. Feel free to educate me.

          • Lead me to this supposed RHM. I think Bigfoot is seen more often.

          • propagandaoftruth

            Ever read The Republican Noise Machine by…David Brock?

            They were really on their game for a while.

            Now John, as a former demonrat myself…you never noticed a little hatred in the Dem machine? I certainly hated mine enemies – how else can you fight? Except for the females. Female Repugnants loved to hate me and were in general less likely to get all stalky than dems when it was time to move on. So I didn’t hate them so much. A political argument can be a great aphrodisiac to a politicized woman.

            Anyway, when all was said and done, I knew some nice folks as a dem, but in college I always managed to turn out lots of apolitical and thirsty republicans when bodies were required and booze was served. I got along better with mine enemies after a couple of drinks.

            But if you acknowledge the repugnant hate machine surely you admit to the existence of the demonrat soul crushing machine?

          • MBlanc46

            My take is that as an outsider and not a genuine African-American, he had to establish some credibility with South Siders in order to launch his political career.

          • none of your business

            Exactly. he joined Wright’s Church because it was the Church of Oprah, Jesse Jackson and numerous other rich and powerful black politicians. Just read English and American fiction, especially Anthony Trollope. It is full of tales about social climbers who joined prestigious Churches for business and social benefits.

          • MBlanc46

            One of the reasons I keep coming to AmRen is that there are commenters who will refer to Trollope in making a point about 21st century American politics.

          • propagandaoftruth

            One of the reasons I keep coming is to fill in holes in my education like Trollope and “periapsis”, etc…

            Ya don’t wanna be truly ignorant when yer pertendin’ to be an ignant redneck at a coffee shop or sumpin, you know? Libruls love two find an ignant rednek too ejucayte.

            They git all huffy and puffy when the redneck busts out some Trollope or Sartre.

            The second that ignant rednek mentally wrassles ’em in a corner or gits ’em down fer a 3 count…

            That ignant redneck becomes a racist!

            I hate libtards.

          • MBlanc46

            In the current climate, you might want to stockpile a few Foucault and Derrida quotes with which to dazzle them.

          • Garrett Brown

            You do not care about a man calling for the death of white children and stating the atrocities that happen to white people are deserved? I LOVE how your true colors always show. Isn’t the internet a beautiful thing, you can type whatever you want and not be smacked in the mouth to teach the lesson you deserve.

          • AutomaticSlim

            And the last Democrat I would have voted for is George Wallace – at least who he was before he got shot. And Lester Maddox as well.
            And I am a native New Yorker.

          • mikekingjr

            I liked both of them. Even as a child.

          • Garrett Brown

            Stupid mods removing conversations again. To our reply, your reading comprehension is atrocious. How can you consider yourself intelligent when you have the reading level of a 12 year old? No one accused you of doing anything, that’s what Jeremiah Wright PREACHES about. No wonder you love ASIANS and Jews so much, if I was lacking in intellectual ability as much as you I would be obsessed with smart people as well.

          • MBlanc46

            I have fond memories of Everett McK. Dirksen.

          • John_HD

            I agree. They didn’t hammer the Jeremiah Wright, explicitly anti-White angle nearly enough in my view. If you’re going to go down, go down singing the truth.

          • AutomaticSlim

            Because McCain and Romney were soft doughy wimps. They both could have won easily if they went even somewhat “racial”.

          • Beloved Comrade

            Because the media are not on our side, that’s why. No matter what the GOP message is, the media will either not print it, ignore it or twist it around.

            You can ask Sarah Palin about that. Notice how she was ripped apart down to attacking her Down’s Syndrome son while Obama was praised and lauded, called every name for brilliant and genius and allowed to hide his school records and test scores.

            Bottom line: Both sides are anti-White, and for Whites, that’s ALL that matters. We need leaders that support our rights and needs, that’s why it’s time to separate from this mess. There will be no going back, there will be no “taking the country back.” It’s over, done and finished and it’s all downhill from here for Whites.

            We Whites must secure a future for ourselves and our children. For us in the U.S., it’s already too late.

          • baldridge999

            I think USA will not survive – all important social/moral/demographic trends are bad and/or getting worse. There may be a future for whites here, but not as the USA.

          • Beloved Comrade

            In its present condition, I do not want it to survive. The leaders are antiWhites and work furiously against the interests of Whites.

            The only future for us is complete, total separation from non-Whites, as it was in times past. Otherwise there will be no future for Whites. I see it no other way.

          • mikekingjr

            I beliebs you.

          • Charlie

            The main problem, is that, Whites no longer think tribal and global…Whites are the only race on the planet, that don’t think in tribal or global terms, which is why the overwhelming majority of Whites are totally clueless about the catastrophe that inevitably awaits them…Consumerist Capitalism and Cultural Marxism, have all but destroyed the White ethno-racial body politic, in the Western World…rich Whites don’t care about middle class Whites, middle class Whites, don’t care about poor Whites, and poor Whites, don’t care about each other…whereas, when you look at other races, irrespective of socio-economic differences, they still think as a cultural and racial “whole”, and will defend and advocate on the behalf of their less fortunate…there are far more turncoats in the White race, than any other racial group, in fact, Whites are the only race, that has a large chunk of their demographic, who are actively working to destroy the entire race, i.e. White liberals…Blacks, Jews, Muslims, Hispanics, Asians, Hindus, etc, would never tolerate individuals, let alone collective groups, within their race as “fifth columnists”…in most non-White societies, those types would be hunted down and immediately killed…while it is true, that Whites are the most organized race on the planet, that really means nothing in the larger picture and scheme of things…the most important form of organization, is ethno-racial organization…there are millions of White females, who live middle class to affluent, who are well endowed, intellectually, that instead of being an asset to the ultimate future of the race, by bearing children, choose to forsake the duties of childbirth and child rearing…they are basically flushing their superior and gifted genes, down the toilet, by selfishly refusing to have children, all because of false ideologies like Women’s Liberation and Feminism…those belief systems, were actually created by Zio-Marxists, in order to forever destroy the symbiotic union, between the Aryan man and woman, in the hope that, the White male will be so beaten down, and denigrated, that the White female will seek sexual congress from the males of other races, i.e. Blacks…Whites don’t presently have that mode of thought, that is selfless and altruistic, i.e. “race first” thinking…the “White man’s burden” is helping other races, for little or no gratitude in return, allowing for those other races to flood your ancestral homelands, and outbreed the indigenous White race, to the point that, Whites become a minority, in lands in which they inhabited for centuries, even millennia…White males deliberately shame themselves, a la Rand Paul, by apologizing for historical wrongs, real or imagined, when the fact of the matter is, that, all races of human beings have done dirt in the past and present, to their own race, as well as to other races, yet White males insist on wearing the “scarlet letter of human wrongdoing”…until Whites learn to reacquire that mode of thinking, that is imperative to the ultimate survival of the civilization and race, i.e. race first thinking, then the Roman wilderness of pain and ignorance, will continue…

          • mikekingjr

            I know dats right!

          • Rhialto

            Show some empathy for the Repubs! What other national issues do they have, except private ownership of firearms? And the Dems have mostly stayed away from gun issues.

            The Repub attacks on Ayers and Wright were just “dog whistling”.

          • none of your business

            Englemann, unfortunately your religious/ethnic heritage is now and always has been pro communist and thus anti American. That is why the microchip embedded in your brain at conception is always anti American, anti White anti western heritage and pro anything and everything against us from Joseph Stalin to Castro to Ayers/ Dohrn/Boudin/.Angela Davis etc. Like most of your kind, you are even pro ISIS, Al Queda and other Muslims simply because they are anti American, anti White and anti Western civilization. No matter who or what organization or government is anti American, anti White and anti western civilization you and your fellow religious/ethnics will always unite with the anti American anti Whites. if the Pope declared war on America and all Whites you and your kind would unite with the Vatican to destroy America and all Whites you and your kind are so determined to destroy us.
            Ayers prepared a bomb and his wife Bernadine Dohrn planted it in the back of Park Police station in San Francisco murdering and blinding one White police officer and blinding another. Due to their religious/ethnic/communist heritage, after they served their prison terms Ayers became head of the Education Department of Uof IL Chicago Circle and Dorhn became a professor at Northwestern University Law school even though she is not eligible to practice law in the state of Ill due to her numerous felony convictions.
            By being on the side of Ayers you are on the side of a man who prepared a bomb that killed one White man and blinded another. Thus you condone and applaud the murder of a White man by one of your co religious/ethnics, Bernadine Dohrn. We know on whose side you are on Englamann and it is not ours.
            Like so many of you kind who have been victims of black on White crime you still side with blacks against Whites because you consider White your enemies to be destroyed and blacks your allies against Whites no matter how many of your co religious/ethnics blacks murder, rob and rape.

          • JohnEngelman

            If you are going to write something as preposterous as that, you should at least learn to write. Divide your next diatribe into paragraphs.

          • me

            Whitewater.

          • Old Soldier

            Vince Foster
            900+ FBI files
            $100,000 stock trade profits
            Joining the USMC fairy tale
            Edmund Hillary namesake fairy tale

          • me

            Stop, or you’ll get carpal tunnel syndrome.

          • Old Soldier

            “What difference at this point, does it make!”

          • JohnEngelman

            If there were any illegalities with that Ken Starr would have made the most of it. After an open ended hunting exhibition lasting for five years and costing fifty million dollars all Starr had on Clinton was a lie Clinton said in response to a question Starr asked, hoping Clinton would lie.

          • Beloved Comrade

            Need to find Hillary Clinton? Follow the trail of dead bodies.

            “We’re going to take things away from you on behalf of the common good.”

            –Hillary Clinton.

            Want to experience what it was like to live in the old Soviet Union?

            Vote Hillary Clinton.

          • Beloved Comrade

            No one has betrayed the trust of the American people more than HildaBEAST.

            Voting for her is to vote further for one’s own dispossession as she supports mass democrat-voter immigration from the 3rd world, AA and other antiWhite programs and then there’s the possibility of a SCOTUS opening. Whom will she nominate? Eric Holder?

            The GOP ain’t much better but at the moment it’s all we’ve got.

          • mikekingjr

            I try to avoid trusting, except my well-armed friends. All due respect, Mr. Scott. Always treasure your commentary.

          • The Worlds Scapegoat

            A traitor can do more damage than a thousand enemy soldiers.

            .

        • JohnEngelman

          Ronald Reagan did not lie when he said he could cut taxes, raise defense spending, and balance the budget by 1983 without cutting middle class entitlements. The truth is worse than that. He was so stupid he believed it was possible

        • Realist

          Name a politician that won’t?

        • blanjm5

          The more quickly we fail, the more we quickly we can rebuild.

        • Peter Connor

          The Wombat from Hell….

      • AutomaticSlim

        While I don’t agree with voting for a liberal under any circumstance, I have to say that Rand will never get my vote either. I will go 3rd party (again) if he somehow gets in.

      • WR_the_realist

        I will write in Michael Christopher Scott if it’s Rand vs. Shrillary.
        (I don’t think that a previous felony conviction would disqualify you from the presidency. It’s almost a requirement.)

      • Chris Granzow XI

        The prospects for possible Republican candidates in 2016 doesn’t leave much to be cheerful about. Either: Ben Carson (another token black guy who has no clue about politics), Mitt Romney (neocon who will almost certainly start another war in the middle east), Jeb Bush (another war and more immigration), Paul Ryan (more immigration), Paul Rubio (more immigration), Ted Cruz (more immigration plus he’s a puppet for AIPAC) and now this Rand Paul libtard clown. Such a mess. I just wish we had someone like Le Pen or Farage.

        • none of your business

          Ben Carson is such a joke and the reason I stopped watching Fox. His only issue is ending abortion which would mean even more blacks and browns to destroy us.

          • Chris Granzow XI

            Same here. Every time he comes on I want to gag. That’s one of the main reasons I stopped watching them. Also, every other week they seem to add another random black reporter out of no where.

      • SoulInvictus

        That would be a bad idea…
        Maybe Rand is a sellout political opportunist, or maybe he’s playing the political game well, taking these freebies, and completely dismantling the “he’s rayciss” bludgeon way in advance.
        If it gets Ron Paul close to the oval (can’t see how he wouldn’t bring him on in some sort of senior adviser or cabinet position) then that would be a good thing. Their mutual aversion to foreign entanglements and hatred of the Fed could potentially do wonders for this country…

    • Ethan Allen

      He has lost ME, for sure. He reminds me of JFK.

    • MannyR

      Any chance this man might have had to make a run for the White House, it’s rapidly flowing down the toilet. Hope sucking up to the blacks was worth it.

      • mikekingjr

        Hope he ends up sucking the blacks.

    • jayvbellis

      Lost his male private parts.

    • Realist

      He has lost his balls for sure!

  • “I wanted to find out what we could do to make the situation better,” Paul said of his visit Friday.

    A good first start would be for you to leave the political arena, so we hear a lot less black loving nonsense from politicians.

    Good thing for you that I didn’t know you were coming. Otherwise, I would have been there to greet you with cool whip pies and rotten tomatoes.

    Also, I was not aware that Michael Brown’s life ended on August 9 because the Ferguson P.D. sent out a legion of tanks, helicopters and machine gun infantry to kill him because he did a long stint in prison for a non-violent crime and therefore was not eligible to vote.

    • propagandaoftruth

      “Given the racial disparities in our criminal justice system, it is impossible for African-Americans not to feel like their government is particularly targeting them,”
      ——————–
      More Kemp than Kemp.

      What is the difference between this and anything coming out of some crypto-Marxist victim studies farce?

      I seriously begin to wonder about what’s in that guy’s head. Is he that sociopathic? Does he stand for anything?

      He’s no libertarian. He’s a liberal Republican.

      • It’s as easy as the stench that comes when you mix ideological cultism with political prostitution.

        • propagandaoftruth

          He stands for nothing. He’s the most empty suit ever.

          At least Nigel Farage seems possibly capable of concealing an ulterior motive in his desire to be blown to the top, but Paul?

          He’s a chameleonic sociopath with no internal compass but the one that points to power. He’s like the White long legged Mac Daddy, lol…

          Well…not that that puts him too far outside the diagnosis of most other power politicians these days.

          I guess he assumes libertaritards will either agree or not pay attention. I guess he’ll assume Whites will vote for him because he’s Republican regardless of his genocidal treachery.

          I hate Rand Paul.

          • thegodsofeden

            “Paul said that he would support increases in federal spending for job training in urban communities…”. He stands for more money for programs that haven’t worked, don’t work, and never will work. That’s about all he stand for though. Can’t stand the man either.

        • mikekingjr

          Well said.

      • Katherine McChesney

        No. He’s a Democrat through and through.

        • propagandaoftruth

          There was once a difference.

        • none of your business

          It is my opinion that the Republican party is nothing more than a controlled opposition, completely owned and controlled by the same global elites and tiny mid eastern country that controls the democrats.

      • HE2

        Obviously, he has taken a page right out of Obummer’s play book.

        How to change course and lie about it with a straight face: page 1, chapter 1.

    • jayvbellis

      Well, Rand could agree to go to prison and volunteer as a homosexual punk to Black convicts. Wouldn’t surprise me much if he did.

      • thegodsofeden

        If his pants start sagging toward the ground in the near future, I’m calling you a prophet.

  • Diversity Fatigue

    Rand Paul again shows his true colors. We do not need any more whites like him in government. He is a racial eunuch.

    • me

      Rand Paul isn’t a racial eunuch. He’s the biggest whore that ever pedaled his sorry ass for votes.

      • Samuel Hathaway

        Think about how betrayed the small business community must have felt. Think about how betrayed the police department must have felt. There is NOTHING in the article that indicates that he had the decency to meet with vandalized, terrorized store owners and the heroic policemen who have performed admirably to keep the peace.

        But it’s decent society that has to put up with this crap, while Rand Paul sides with racial-cultural agressors and rioters determined send this nation up in flames.

        • thegodsofeden

          It wouldn’t surprise me if he went and visited the black-owned YOLO establishment while in the area.

        • propagandaoftruth

          He doesn’t have to swim in the mess he and his make.

  • Easyrhino

    In Rand’s case the apple fell far from the tree.

    Ron Paul would have advocated for keeping the US Fed-Gov out of issues involving states and local municipalities as much as possible.

    Local authorities are far better suited to solve these problems than bureaucrats in DC.

    • “The apple fell far from the tree”

      Dunno. Just wanted to warn you; Expect an argument from Jack Ryan about that.

    • jayvbellis

      We’re in a near all out race war, with Black criminal mobs threatening murder and mayhem, the Black Bloods Gang was marching in full Red blood gang colors, walking side by side with the Black Affirmative action law enforcement official sent to side with the Black mob.

      And your trying to change the subject to some race denying Ron Paul Constitutionalist BS about “limited government”?!

      Can we please send you and Ron Paul to Somalia or ISIS controlled areas of Iraq to preach your race denying Libertarian Constitutionalist BS?

  • Epoche

    The federal government has a trillion dollars outstanding in student loans. If there are no jobs then what is the purpose of training for them?

    • mikekingjr

      So they that they may be well educated OCCUPY urban outdoorsmen.

  • Ed

    Lol who is he getting campaign advice from, Al Sharpton?

  • Publius Pompilius Quietus

    “’Given the racial disparities in our criminal justice system, it is impossible for African-Americans not to feel like their government is particularly targeting them,’ Paul wrote in an opinion piece for TIME this summer.”
    ———————————————————————-
    It’s embarrassing to think that I and others thought that Paul would be hopeful character in Washington. Instead, he truly is earning that ‘renegade of the year’ title. Nevertheless, his statement about back crime is nothing less than redundant stupidity. According to him, disproportionate black crime is somehow not the fault of the criminal but of the person who arrests that criminal. Paul is well educated and I assume intelligent, so how could he be so blind when it comes to statistical realities?

    • At this pace, he’s the front runner for AR’s Renegade of the Year this year as well.

      • propagandaoftruth

        I’m going to write in Pastor Manning for next prezzy.

        He won’t win, but if he did…

        We’d be doing a lot better, lol. No “999”.

        • Who Me?

          Manning. Now there’s a black man I could vote for. Or in a pinch, E.T. Williams. They have their heads screwed on straight, and have some common sense. Which is probably why they aren’t politicians.

          • John R

            Yes, I like a lot of what Manning says. But, beware. We already have a black in the “White House” and many voted for him because they thought he was one of the “good ones.” In the end, don’t trust ANY blacks.

          • Who Me?

            Do you really think we are ever going to get a chance to vote for a white man again? If they do put one on the ballot it will be somebody the likes of this Rand Paul, or … remember old John McCain? No, out only likely choices in the future will be Shrillary or some other whacked out broad, or another communist clone of the Obalama.

          • propagandaoftruth

            I don’t think he’d want it. Maybe Secretary of Black Affairs in New America? Something akin to dictatorial powers over them and maybe oil drillers/coal burners?

            I’m thinking something civilized here.

          • baldridge999

            Isn’t it pathetic that we don’t have even one decent potential white candidate that we would even discuss a relatively obscure, renegade black preacher from Harlem running for office?

          • John R

            Any White person talking like this (Example: Mr. Taylor) would be blacklisted from ANY mention in the media. Only because pastor Manning is black, does he get any recognition at all.

          • baldridge999

            Rep. Mo Brooks talked about Obama’s war on white people. He got coverage. The greatest problem with Republicans is a lack of guts. They’re defeated mentally before they even start. That’s why we’ve been losing for fifty years.

    • mikekingjr

      He’s just as backasswords as most politicians. I cannot fathom how they continue to get away with the blatant distortion, doublespeak etcetera. May change my name to Ashamed to be an American. I’m old in years but do pray daily that the Almighty lets me live until the Revolution commences. Baby Jesus knows I’m stocked up.

    • baldridge999

      “Well educated” in this anti-white system means properly brainwashed to the point of internalizing anti-white ideology.

  • Christorchaos

    Libertarian Handouts. lol

    • Publius Pompilius Quietus

      Paul is willing to apply the libertarian philosophy to everyone but blacks. Apparently, he thinks handouts are an atrocity unless it will get him some votes from blacks or positive coverage in on the news.

  • TruthBeTold

    “Given the racial disparities in our criminal justice system”

    Correction: Given the racial disparities of blacks COMMITTING a disproportionate amount of crime, we need to build more prisons.

  • TruthBeTold

    Paul thinks he can win them over by speaking their language.

    What Paul doesn’t understand is that they speak out of both sides of their mouths and when they demand one thing and it fails, they will turn around and say we should have done the opposite (which would also fail).

    Damned if you do and damned if you don’t.

    • MrGJG

      Yep, just like when the blacks aks for more po-po presence in their neighborhoods then complain when they do their jobs.

      • mikekingjr

        Let those critters complain. I hope the police doing their job includes kicking a whole lot of black behinds. God knows they deserve it.

  • Man of the West

    Way to pull in the white male voters! Glad we found out about this guy before the presidential run. I don’t think we will ever get a politician who wants equality for all, including whites. Very damned one of them is in danger of hurting themselves from bending over blackwards. So sick of it. How about telling people to deal with grievences through a political or legal process? Nevermind. Stupid question.

    • Beloved Comrade

      Neither party represents the interests of White males of any age.

      Both parties support massive 3rd world illegal, and worse, legal immigration and a further “diversity” lottery that floods our White homeland with low IQ, high-fertility nonWhites who then compete with us for living space and resources that belong to YOUR white children.

      Both parties support the dispossession of Whites from White homelands.

  • me

    Creep!

  • The dean of conspiracy realists Henry Makow posted an article yesterday on his site alleging that Rand Paul (and daddy Ron) is a Freemason. Rand was a member of a secret society tied to Freemasonry at Baylor U. back in the 80s while a student there.

    This makes sense as Freemasons are RADICALLY committed to racial equality.

    Pandering to blacks makes it seem that someone higher up the food chain is sending Rand out on this fool’s mission for some conspiratorial purpose. Presumably, the power elites want to run a Republican like Rand so that whites essentially have NO CHOICE in the presidential election.

    Things are playing out according to someone’s script. Soros, Adelson, the Rothschilds? Who knows for sure. What is certain is that unless Rand has lost his mind, there’s something going on here that we’re not privy to, and it’s deliberate.

    • journey

      Rand knows the game. Can’t play unless you follow “their” script.

      Hey, surprised you also read Henry Makow. It was on his website that I first became aware that Jacob Schiff ordered the killing/murder of the last Russian Czar and his beautiful and Christain family. Schiff financed Communism (so technically Communism came from this country), the Reign of Terror to be imposed on the Russian people. Schiff died with a worth of 500,000 million. Would not be surprised if some of the millions was what he looted from Russia.

      • Alexandra1973

        I like Henry Makow’s site too. Used to be called Save the Males.

        • journey

          Always great to read different viewpoints on issues.

        • none of your business

          I still have a Save The Males pin I bought at that site. I absolutely love it although because of my parents and a lot of reading I already knew everything about who and what was behind communism and liberalism and especially affirmative action and black power long before I found Makow.
          L

    • Kenner

      He’s a die-hard ideologue. He didn’t lose his mind, he discarded it.

      • propagandaoftruth

        Is he an ideologue or is he a president suit without a person in it?

    • Katherine McChesney

      Ron Paul IS a Freemason. We exposed that when he ran in 2008. It stands to reason that his son is as well.

    • HE2

      Bigone, you are scaring me witless.

  • 4321realist

    Everything he said is just the opposite of what he is claiming.

    I hate that pig. He’s just making things worse, by pretending their complaints are valid.

    How many white people is he going to cause to be killed?

  • jayvbellis

    I will make a $300 donation to Amren in the name of the first “patriot” that nails Rand Paul in the face with a pie!

    Forget about AR15 guns that are never used, we need to learn how to effectively use the weapons of the Left, things like pies in the face, water balloons filled with foul smelling liquids. Or just work to get our enemies to lose their jobs .

    How does Rand Paul have a US Senate job in what should be a solid White state like Kentucky?!

    Yep, Rand Paul is the new Jack Kemp. Watch the idiots in National GO p make Rand Paul the VP nominee to .. Get the Black vote.

  • B.A_2014

    He seems reasonably sensible compared to the politicians we have in Ireland and Britain. Take sinn Fein for example. After waging a 30 bombing campaign in the name of Irish nationalism, they now say that Ireland needs more non EU immigrants even though Ireland has more incoming immigrants than any other EU nation. That is after half a million Irishmen and women left the nation since the economy collapsed (half of whom had university degrees and the other half were mainly skilled construction .)

    • IstvanIN

      Sinn Fein doesn’t love the Irish, they simply hate the English and the Crown.

      • B.A_2014

        Unfortunately you are right.

      • HE2

        And I hate Fein with a passion.

        From wild-eyed nationalist, to traitor, now determined to infest the Irish with multicult Euro cancer.

        Our Irish women are mating with these dark invaders!

        • none of your business

          Like American liberals, when Sinn Fein found that the average Irish person would not go along with their agenda, they switched from hating the English to hating the native Irish and bringing in blacks.
          Whites of Englemann’s geriatric generation do not understand this. They were born in the last days of the depression. Their parents worshipped St. FDR who saved them from starvation by raining down manna from heaven. They grew up on anti German pro communist WW2 propaganda movies.
          Whites of Englemann’s geriatric generation do not realize that if they are still alive when the liberals totally take over, they will be exterminated along with their grand children

    • none of your business

      The IRA were communist and allied with Russia since the 1920’s. That was the major reason the Vatican decided that just mere membership in the IRA, not just violence and murder were grounds for ex communication. Interesting, the Muslim Brotherhood was founded in Egypt by the communists at the same time as the IRA as a way of destabilizing England and the British Empire. Before deciding to ex communicate the IRA, the Vatican investigated and learned that the IRA was a communist Russian front form the first, not just an Irish nationalist organization taken over by the communists.

      • B.A_2014

        I don’t think I’ve ever read so much horseshit in my entire life. Take it from me, as someone who’s grandfathers were IRA commanders (one was in finance officer for operations) none of them were even remotely communist ( they were conservative christiansl men.) They were ordinary men ( their fathers as did all but one of my great grandfathers fought in both world wars for the empire) yet they were treated like dirt in their own country. Only some republicans were communist and the reason the IRA split in 1969 was because the IRA wouldn’t fight back against the working class protestant arsonists that burnt Catholic districts to the ground was because in their eyes, to do so, was to be sectarian and anti working class and thus anti communist. This is all very well documented by all sides. The soviet union gave support to the Irish governemnt in the 1918 after they declared themselves a government, having recieved the vast majority of votes across Ireland. theor involvement in Irish affairs was minimal. It amounted to vocal support at the best of times ruring the troubles. Sinn Fein has been hijacked by a band of marxists, you are right in that but the men from Ballymurphy (I would know I’m from there and I know them) and Derry (again I would know because I lived there for years and I knew many of them) and crossmaglen that fought the British cannot be called marxists. They were all Nationalists. Sinn fein is hated even within nationalist areas buy people still vote for them because if they don’t get into power then the protestant unionists do and if they ever got the upper hand again in terms of dictating the laws of the land, it wouldn’t be too long until the guns and bombs went off.

  • John R

    Yeah, just play up to the blacks, Mr. Rand Paul. I am sure that will make sizable numbers of them desert the Democratic Party and vote for you, a Republican. Yeah, and if you believe that, well, I have a bridge….

    • phillyguy

      we need a nationalist leader ,who is up for the task?

  • jayvbellis

    I take extreme personal pride in working to get Amren to restart Instuaration Magazine’s White renegade traitor of the year and make Rand Paul the winner/loser for 2013!

    I saw Rand Paul’s lib Libertarian treason coming same as Triojan Cassandra saw what was coming with the Trojan Horse. And those in Troy want to accept Greek gifts.

    • Pathfinder75 (formerly Shadow)

      “Rand Paul” “Trojan Horse”

      Beware of Paulian Trojan Horses bearing gifts!

  • cherrie greenbaum123

    You’d have to go far and wide to find a bigger Zionist toad than Rand Paul. Nothing like his dad at all.

    • jayvbellis

      Rand Paul panders to all non White, non Gentile Americans. Yeah, he donned the Yarmulka and bowed down to Zionists at the wailing Wall, and he did the same to Vegas Shyster Casino owner Sheldon Adelson. But, Rand Paul and his father will do the same for Arab Muslim immigrants. Robert Kennedy learned the hard way that pandering to warring a Middle Eastern tribes can be deadly. We’ll see what happens to Rand Paul .

    • Bryce Armstrong

      Yup nothing like daddy who gave free medical treatment to his ‘n’word buddies nothing like him at all.

  • alex

    The problem with mainstream conservatives and libertarians is that they live in a fantasy world. The Constitution and Atlas Shrugged won’t protect you from feral black underclass.
    And there is a remote possibility that Rand Paul is lying to blacks about his intentions in order to get elected.

    • UncleSham

      The original Constitution did. The one we had before the Civil War.

  • jayvbellis

    Rand Paul now has a virtual army of Washington staff members and a growing campaign war chest, free access to the cursed anti White, anti Southern MSM media. His betrayal of his Southern Conservative voting base in Kentucky has enriched him and his staff. They are drunk with power.

    Please use *67

    Contact his staff members by name:

    Chief of Staff: William Henderson
    Scheduler: Jessica Jelgerhuis
    Legis. Dir.: John Gray
    Communications Advisor: Sergio Gor
    Veteran Affairs LA: Brett King
    Military LA: Brett King
    Child/Family Issues LA: Natalie Burkhalter
    Health LA: Natalie Burkhalter
    Financial Services LA: John Gray
    Foreign Policy LA: Brandon Brooker
    Education LA: Natalie Burkhalter
    Agriculture LA: Carolyn Moffa
    Telecomm LA: Luke Mroz
    Elections LA: Billy Easley
    Energy LA: Paige Agostin
    Environment LA: Paige Agostin
    Firearms LA: Brian Darling
    Judiciary LA: Billy Easley
    Tax LA: John Gray
    Transportation LA: Brett King
    Trade LA: John Gray
    Commerce LA: Luke Mroz
    Labor LA: Natalie Burkhalter
    Budget LA: John Gray
    Arts/Humanities LA: Natalie Burkhalter
    Civil Rights LA: Billy Easley
    Government Affairs LA: Brandon Brooker
    Housing LA: John Gray
    Medicare/Medicaid LA: Natalie Burkhalter
    Appropriations LA: Various
    Science/Technology LA: Billy Easley
    Social Security LA: John Gray
    Space – NASA LA: Billy Easley
    Pensions LA: John Gray
    Animal Welfare LA: Carolyn Moffa
    Women’s Issues LA: Billy Easley
    Native American Affairs LA: None
    Immigration LA: Brandon Brooker
    Homeland Security LA: Brandon Brooker
    Sys. Admin.: None
    Press Secy.: Eleanor May
    Dep. State Dir.: Rachel McCubbin
    State Dir.: Jim Milliman
    Staff Contact: Eleanor May
    Director of Broadcast Media: Jillian Lane
    Washington Office Information:
    Room: 124 Russell Building
    Washington, DC 20510
    Phone: (202) 224-4343

  • journey

    Pretty pathetic. He will not win unless higher powers say so. At this point, Hillary got the ball unless someone else becomes anointed. Then she gets kicked to the curb again.

  • Katherine McChesney

    Rand Paul is a democrat.

    • He would have a slightly better chance winning the Democrat nomination than he would the Republican nomination. But only a very very very slim chance either way.

  • Bon, From the Land of Babble

    Republican Liberal Democrat Sen. Rand Paul came here Friday for a ‘listening pandering session with local black leaders.

    Fixed.

    Paul is an opportunist pandering to the angry black vote.

    This makes him no different from Jesse Jackson or Al Sharpton.

    Rand, you are sucking up to people who will NEVER vote for you under ANY circumstances while alienating further those who possibly would.

    • Old Soldier

      Bon, I am surprised that you missed something to glaringly obvious:

      Republican Libtard Democrat Sen. Rand Paul came here Friday for a ‘listening pandering session with local black RACIST AGITATORS.

    • mikekingjr

      They may like his curly hair. Would that not earn him some votes? Just trying to keep it real.

  • CallahanAuto

    He’s got loser written all over him.

    • Beloved Comrade

      Thread winner. I think he’s being set up to fall on his sword a la McCain, Romney and Dole.

  • Samuel Hathaway

    Well, Senator things haven’t been progressing fast enough? This idiot experiment in “:equality” has already cost the taxpayers untold trillions for the past 50 years and still… NOTHING… but more grievances, more bowing and scraping and promising more taxpayer handouts for worthless “jobs” programs that include such trivial sessions as computer keyboarding skills and how to dress for a job interview.

    Until you, Senator, see how you are being manipulated by these savage rioters who only seem to be able to get you to come to their community when they are pushing it into the abyss, we will see more of this disrespect for civilized society.

  • AutomaticSlim

    Rand Paul.

    What a horrific disappointment he has turned out to be.
    As a conservative libertarian (and of course, racial realist), I have to say his pandering is nothing less than sickening. How does he go from rightfully stating the civil rights legislation was an assault on individual liberty, to this? He has no shame. And he will never get my vote.

    • jayvbellis

      Rand Paul and really Ron Paul were always this way.

      Rand hasn’t really changed. What he has done is simply:

      Agree with whomever happens to be in the room with him at the time then add some lame Constitutionalist, Libertarian spin.

      Since KY is overwhelmingly White, Conservative – Rand Paul’s successful US Senate campaign rhetoric was very Tea Party, appealed to White voters, told them what they wanted to hear – that Washington Government was too big, he understood their concerns about taxes, individual rights etc.

      Now that he is a Washington Senator, his main audiences are Lib media, NY, Hollywood, academia lib elite where everyone wants to hear how Rand can uplift poor Black people, third world immigrants etc. so Tand Paul is speaking before the likes of Obama advisor David Axelrod and the NAACP, getting on MSNBC with Lesbian Rachel Axelrod and trying to agree with this audience and the. Add so e Libertarian spin.

      So 2013 Amren White traitor of the year is basically a two part traitor:

      A racial pussyfooter and a Libertarian Constitionalists true believer

  • Jimmy Joseph

    Rand Paul is another great White male “conserative” who panders to minorities.

    It is pathetic how weak White men have become.

    They are all trying to bow before minorities these days.

  • Jim

    Shortly after Rand Paul was elected to the US Senate, he made the bold statement that the Civil Rights Act of the 1960’s had a negative side because people couldn’t decide for themselves who could and couldn’t come onto their property or who they would sell their house to. Contrast that Rand Paul with the person you see today. Have you seen a more dramatic change in world view among those who have held office in recent memory? And what’s caused that? The 2016 presidential race.

    He is trying to live that earlier view down with a vengeance in a vain effort to get elected. Should he get the GOP nomination, however, that earlier position will be dragged out and paraded in front of liberals by the left ad nauseam. He could he possibly think otherwise?? He should have done the manly thing and stuck to his guns. His initial popularity and vibe and election was due to his perceived bravery at that time. I guess votes in the eyes of politicians are like dollar signs in the eyes of a used car salesman.

    • If one would have paid close attention and been perceptive at the time Rand Paul said that, then it should have been obvious that the groundwork was being laid for the version of Rand Paul we have today.

      Rand Paul’s only problem with the Civil Rights Act of 1964, back during the brief moment when he had a problem with it, is that it violated libertarian ideology. Therefore, we should have seen it coming, that he was someone who looks at everything through the lens of abstract ideology. And if that’s all you care about, an abstract ideology, then you’re very likely to be the type that tries to make everyone happy all the while trying to justify it in terms of your chosen abstract ideology.

      The real reason why the CRA of 1964 was bad is that it was bad for white people, nothing more, nothing less. The hard truth of the matter is that a lot of white people who knew better, who racially and tribally opposed the civil rights revolution, tried to polish their opposition in libertarian or some abstract ideological terms like “freedom of association” or “states’ rights.” And that strategy failed and turned out to be counter-productive: (1) It only confused people, (2) It gave our enemies an opening to co-opt us, (3) The left wing never bought it.

      Even our own Jared Taylor, once upon a time, tried this tactic for outward consumption. Notice hasn’t done it in a long time.

      In review: When we are being tribally attacked by tribe-minded tribes, our response must be and only be tribal, not ideological.

      • AutomaticSlim

        “it was bad for white people”

        It was bad for everyone. Even the blacks. Look at their crime rates and rates of illegitimacy before and after 1964. Look at they way they dress before and after. AA may give them free passes in colleges now, but they are incapable of higher learning and just take up space there, at best. At least back then, some of them had a certain amount of common sense. I’ve said it before and I will say it again, the behavior of blacks in the present more than justifies the treatment of blacks in the past.

        But yes, I agree with you, it has been horrible for Whites and anyone else who has the ability to appreciate the benefits of living in a first world civilized society.

        • jayvbellis

          It wasn’t bad for Gen Colin Powell, Barack Obama, Marion Barry, Robert Mugabe, Black criminals getting away with murder and mayhem .

        • John R

          I agree with you, but, BEWARE! You made a statement about the CRA of 1964 being bad for blacks, too. That is the problem: We as Whites all too often fall for the temptation of justifying our positions by saying “Well, this will help black people, too!” Frankly, we need to stop giving a sh*t about the blacks; they obviously don’t care about us. We need to care about ourselves. If we don’t, no one else will.

          • MrGJG

            Exactly right John, why do so many whites feel the need to cushion their pro-white comments. It’s time to unabashedly speak up for our own regardless of how it affects blacks. Who cares how they feel, they suck anyway.

          • AutomaticSlim

            I don’t care how they feel.
            Never did, never will.
            I was merely stating facts.
            They don’t care about us, so why should we care about them – that is my thought on the subject.

            “I’ve said it before and I will say it again, the behavior of blacks in
            the present more than justifies the treatment of blacks in the past.”

            You call that a cushion?

      • mikekingjr

        I think Rand Paul looks through the lens of Getting Elected. Do appreciate your analysis, though.

        • jayvbellis

          Oh do shut up.

          White Republicans, Libertarians pandering to Black criminals, pander to lib min, that doesn’t result in winning elections. Did Jack Kemp win any elections doing this?

          • AutomaticSlim

            Kemp was one of the worst.
            He was a Big Government bleeding heart leftist who liked to call himself a Republican. A “RINO” if there ever was one.
            The time he spent in the NFL probably helped to poison his mind in taking pro-black stances.

      • propagandaoftruth

        When we are being tribally attacked by tribe-minded tribes, our response must be and only be tribal, not ideological.
        ———————-
        It might be possible to couch the tribal interest within something resembling an ideology. Like an ideology.

        Take for example the still gelling ideas associated with this “Dark Enlightenment” thing. I see it as more than a racialist movement in its purest squishy form. In terms of politics I see it as realist in all aspects, a delightfully dreary dampening of flames that burn too hot. This understanding of limits results in an appreciation of true achievement and excellence only possible within the context of parameters – limits.

        So say a political party emphasized merit, rights of association, opposed meddlesome governance, etc.

        If the ultimate goal were to end Affirmative action even…

        Would that alone not achieve a great victory for our Folk?

        I don’t know. I rather feel like if it goes more tribal, at least from the get go, that means the country is breaking up, social wars are around the corner. A suave ideological political movement could perhaps restore a great measure of dignity and hold the country together.

        And save our Folk.

        Actually I would love to see both a third non-tribal political wheel and a non-political Folk movement that only endorses and gets the vote out for the a-tribal party of merit and accountability and dignity.

      • UncleSham

        The CRA of 1964 was bad for white people because it took away our freedom of association and reduced states rights. We do not need to separate race issues from freedom issues. Its not good enough to just be a White country or just be a free country. Americans should demand both.

        Also, racialism is still an ideology, even thought it is based on biology.

      • jayvbellis

        Very, very well said. It’s a tribal world – not an ivory tower individualist Libertarian fantasy world.

        All these pathetic pussy footer Lib/libertarians need Lear this lesson the hard way, the only way.

        • John R

          We Whites intellectually go for ideology. But that is outmoded. It worked in a society that was dominated by only our race. We are busy thinking about ideology when all the other races are only thinking about what is in it for “their” people.

        • thegodsofeden

          As I see it, the only way one can act and be an individualist, is when one is living in a structured, homogeneous (tribal) society, and acting according to known customs and ways of thinking. Bring in an outside influence that cannot, or will not, learn the societies ways, and you create dissonance and disharmony.

          An example would be a musician and written music. When learning to play an instrument there are certain basic fundamentals that must be learned, and observed, in order to even play decently. There is structure, tempo, time signature (4/4, 3/4, 6/8, etc.), tonal shading, the list goes on. Only when the student has learned and made these things second-nature, can they then begin to work within the structures learned, and find a freedom of expression not available outside of the strictures imposed on them by the discipline. Bring in an unskilled musician that cannot, or will not, learn the disciplined ways of the skilled, and you will have nothing more than finger nails on a chalk board or a cat screeching in an alley late at night.

    • jayvbellis

      Nah, don’t see any change. Rand was always this way- agreeing with whomever happened to be in the room with him at the time, then adding some lame Libertarian Constitutionalist spin. The only reasonRand once spoke out against the civil rights act was that he was speaking exclusively to White Conservative audiences, in front of a BRA Lib Hollywood East CoastHarvard Yale crowd he would have always sung their tune.

  • IstvanIN

    Rand Paul not only wants the illegal alien vote he also wants the convicted felon vote! Dios mio!

  • mikekingjr

    Perhaps you could reduce costs of incarceration by eliminating TV, internet access, etc.
    Make them grow their own food also.

  • Lionel Hutz

    Opened/skimmed/longer than I thought it would be.

    Thanks. Will read this weekend on my mother-in-law’s patio in beautiful northern Lehigh County.

  • One of Rand Paul’s “solutions” is enterprise zones.

    I’m about to ruin Rand Paul’s political career with six words:

    Ferguson
    Already
    Is
    An
    Enterprise
    Zone

    (And it has been since 2003.)

    • propagandaoftruth

      Micro-loans to crack dealers and enterprising pimps?

    • jayvbellis

      Hey QD, how about joining us in TN this weekend?

      • The day job is going to have my candle burning at two ends until not long after election day. I will be on the road next weekend but in the opposite direction of Tennessee. I’ll be there in spirit, whatever is happening there.

        • jayvbellis

          Stay strong brother

          • I have enough on my hands to stay awake and sane. Once I’ve freed up some time, then I’ll work on the strong part.

          • propagandaoftruth

            Lose the sanity, kiss strong bye bye. Sometimes ‘just’ staying sane is strong.

  • Bill Moore

    Hello John Engelman,

    I just read your essay.

    Very Nice,
    Bill Moore

  • WR_the_realist

    Message to Rand Paul:
    1. Racial disparities in our justice system are caused by racial disparities in which races are doing the crime.
    2. Suck up to them all you want, 90% of blacks will continue to vote for Democrats.

    Will Rand Paul ever get a clue?

  • MooTieFighter

    Glad to see what Rand really is before he goes deeper into politics. He is definitely off my support list. We need people who focus on REAL issues, not pander to those that make the most noise. He can “support” blacks all he wishes, but he will NEVER get their support on election day.

  • Bob

    I knew the son was not his father the second I saw his face. He’s just appropriating his father’s followers for his own selfish gain. It’s always like this.

    • jayvbellis

      No, you are wrong. Rand Paul is continuing the horrible race denying Libertarian loon cult of Ron Paul, who’s been doing this treason for well on 40 years.

  • jayvbellis

    I am now reminding Amren readers that both Rand Paul and Rand’s loon Libertarian father Ron Paul – both publicly proclaimed the Nasty Al Qaeda terrorist leader in Yemen (killed by US Drone attack) was a full Us Citizen entitled to full US Constitionalists Bill of Rights under the technicality of “birth right citizenship!” Yes, this nasty, cut throat ing Afro Arab Muslim terrorist’s parents pooped out this monster baby in the good Ol USA while they were on some kind of agricultural student visas in the Southwest.

    Now I ask – how many Jewish members of the Israeli Knesset publicly support giving full Israeli citizenship to the children of Afro Arab Muslim extremists studying in Israel? I’m confident the percentage in support is 0%, same as the percentage supporting open borders mass immigration from the Arab and Black African world.

    These race denying Constitutionalist Libertarian loons only seem to plague the United States of America, most specifically the Ron Paul and Rand Paul cult. So far these horrible , traitorous Ron and Rand Paul cult leaders have not had to pay any personal price for their treason. I did think the White crowd at the NYC September 2011 GOP Presidential debate was going to lynch Ron Paul on the spot when Ron Paul announced that we deserved 9-11-01 because of US foreign policy insulting Saudi Arabia, stationing US troops in Saudi Muslim holy lands etc.

    A key point to remember here is that traitorous Libertarian loons like Ron and Rand Paul are not influenced by “reason” or facts – they do what they do because they simply “go with the flow” , pander to our worst enemies including a black mob criminals and Islamic extremists. They are rewarded for their treasons in small pathetic ways – given access to the anti White Lib media, presented as one of only a few “responsible”, non racist Conservative voices . Ron Paul and Now Rand Paul get included on Time Magazine cover stories addressing their terrible injustices of Ferguson MO etc. Pathetic.

  • AndrewInterrupted

    Rand Paul and Ted Cruz have already taken themselves out of the 2016 contest.
    A year from now they will both be asterisks.

  • Jack Burton

    Nothing more pathetic and counter-productive than a groveling and pandering right-winger. Non-whites still won’t vote for you and you disrespect and lose your white base.

  • baldridge999

    Let him pander and and all that he will get is fewer white votes. These idiots never learn. I will never vote for this guy.

    • They don’t need white votes. If he gets the prison votes and 50% of black men have crimal records that’s all he needs. I wonder how they’ll advertise to the prison population though. General T.V. ads? planes with banners flying above prision courtyards? Pardons for those voting certain way? That’ll do the trick.

  • I don’t think we need to do anything, other than not vote for Rand Paul. I think that the reality of the 2016 Republican primary and caucus season is going to b-slap him hard and he won’t know what hit him.

    What he doesn’t realize is that all the racial pandering he’s doing, the “top tier” troika of Bush/Christie/Romney can do it just as well, and in the minds of the Republican establishment and Republican donors, Bush/Christie/Romney have one big foreign policy advantage over Rand Paul in that Bush/Christie/Romney are not direct descendants of Ron Paul, and that while Rand Paul is now closer to the neo-conservative mindset than his father’s mindset on fopo, he’s little more than the glass half full while Bush/Christie/Romney are the glass totally full.

    To put it another way, Rand Paul has already ran for President. Jack Kemp ran for President in 1988. Look at how well that went.

  • Alpin Thueson

    I believe Rand’s true views are very similar to his dad’s views. The marxist media political hosts apparently believe the same as they continually put him down no matter what he says.

  • jayvbellis

    Agreed up to a point , your last point. Rand Paul ain’t getting anywhere near the White House, what he is doing is selling out our people to get access to the anti White lib media – so CNN , MSNBC, NPR, Tome Magazine can say: “see we do present conservative viewpoints,only intelligent, conservative viewpoints like those presented by Sen. Rand Paul, who agrees that the unrest in places like a Ferguson Mo is caused by institutional White racism.”

    When his political career finally tanks like Jack Kemp and Newt Gingrich he can get to be the Conservative voice for CNN or MsNBC.

    Rand Paul is a simply a prostitute. Just don’t let anyone treat him any other way.

  • gah

    Rand Paul, just another liberal. Why doesn’t he make it official and run as a Democrat.

  • Casper Flannigan

    Just another pandering politician.

  • serious123

    Loser. Another REpublican who is going to save us.

  • Alucard_the_last

    The endless hand outs have proven to be useless. Time to cut these babies loose and support their own way through life. No wonder congress has a 7% approval rating. They don’t represent us.

  • dave

    Rand Paul is a coward and a disgrace. Is there a minority group that he hasn’t pandered too?

  • MBlanc46

    I’ve never had any enthusiasm for Rand Paul and ordinarily I’d completely ignore anything he did or said, but this pathetic pandering to the race hustlers just cries out for scathing criticism.

    • jayvbellis

      Please work with us to expose Rand Paul’s treason in his home state of Kentucky, especially to KY police.

  • that’s exactly what we need to fix this country! Give voting rights to prisoners in jail. They’ll be able to make informed, unbiased decisions on what’s best to keep this great republic going.

  • bilejones

    It’s impossible to argue that there are real problems with
    1. Long prison sentences for nonviolent crimes
    2. The loss of voting rights
    for felons
    3. Military programs to give unused equipment to local
    police departments.

    • However, to discuss them now and simultaneously to discuss them in the name of Ferguson only serves to peddle a myth that they had something to do with the death of GENTILIVUS GIANTIVS, when they did not.

      • propagandaoftruth

        This is an image I got from googimaging “big black gentle giant”.

        Good thing I had safe search on.

        What?

    • Pat Washington

      The vast majority of blacks in prison are there for VIOLENT crimes.

      And many of the ‘nonviolent’ convictions, if you look deeper most of those also have violent histories.

      It is a liberal fantasy that somehow all the blacks in prison are there for j-walking or ‘giving the eye’ or just smoking a joint – which is their way of pretending that blacks aren’t really criminally minded.

      • tlk244182

        And just ’cause they’re down for a non-violent crime doesnt necessarily mean they’re non-violent people. Charges get dropped in return for pleas, or testimony, etc. If you’re dealing crack, you’re ready, willing, and able to use violence. It’s part of the job description.

  • RacialRay

    African-American “student” Michael Brown? What “school” did this pickaninny attend, that taught him to bully Korean grocers and disrespect the law and law enforcement officers? My own education apparently is seriously lacking.

  • AutomaticSlim

    Well, there was one.
    A great one.
    His name is Pat Buchanan.
    But he didn’t get the votes then, and he is 20 years older now.
    I would still vote for him, like I did in the past primaries.
    But he probably has no interest to run again.

  • Ghost

    Job training? How in the world are you supposed to get them into job training? That’s the last thing the yufs of Ferguson are going to do. Now if you’re talking about training them how to properly sign up for welfare or sell crack and whores, then they will go. Otherwise forget it! Job training!!

    • Pat Washington

      Many states actually PAY blacks to go to classes and do ‘training’. They of course just keep signing up for more courses for the money as a result.

      Liberals just cannot comprehend the fact that most blacks CHOOSE not to work.

    • thegodsofeden

      Train them in how to choose properly sized pants and using a belt. Nah, then they’d be acting all white and stuff.

  • Pat Washington

    He won’t get a single vote for doing this.

    So why is he bothering?

    • jayvbellis

      Because his pandering, racial treason wins him great access to,the anti White Lib media. Rand Paul gets featured all the time in Time Magazine, on CNN with Wolf a Blitzer, on MSNBc with lesbian Lib Rachel Maddow. Most Americans will,do everything, sell out their people, sell their souls to be on TV.

  • jayvbellis

    Can other Amren readers assist me in getting the truth out to Kentucky police officer associations that Rand Paul is shamelessly siding with Sharpton, Holder and Black gang members against honest police officers in this Ferguson hate crime hoax? I’ll start putting together contact lists, please help me make the calls, send the e-mails.

  • Didn’t this grovelling moron win the Amren Award for the most treacherous or biggest turncoat or something?

  • jayvbellis

    Anybody Remember Rand Paul’s insane comments about immigration in his response to Obama’s State of the Union address?

    Rand was apparently willing to overlook minor things like would be immigrants being infected with the Ebola plague provided they were enthusiastic about wanting to work in the USA:

    Here’s Rand in his own words:

    “We`re the party that embraces hard work and ingenuity. Therefore we must be the party that embraces the immigrant who wants to come to America for a better future. We must be the party who sees immigrants as assets, not liabilities. We must be the party that says `if you wanna work, if you wanna be an American, we welcome you ”

    Yea Rand, Ebola infected Liberian immigrants are a real asset. Why not go hug some and exchange kisses/body fluids today?!

  • jayvbellis

    Have I mentioned how much I hate 2013 White traitor of the year Rand Paul?

    This comment might not make it past the mods, but I hope it does.

    I am not a violent person, I personally wouldn’t do anything personally violent to Rand Paul, more than say putting a pie in his face and putting my boot in his arse (as the Brits would say).

    But, I confess I would be a bit please if he suffered a similar fate of say Amy Biehl or Momar Gaddafi. I would love to be a cop on the line in Ferguson MO right after the Grand Jury returns with a “no crime” decision for officer Darren Wilson. As the Black, Antifa, Communist mobs starts to gather steam to riot, I would warn the worst mob leaders that they better watch out – as Conservative, tough guy GOP leader Rand Paul is in the area and he knows King Fu! Then, we would work to get Rand Paul in to going over to “talk to” the Black Civil Rights activists and share some of his Jack Kemp style free market ideas to bring peace and prosperity to Black areas, victimized by too much government regulation and a RACIST justice system that targets Blacks. Then we would give Rand Paul over to the Black, Antifa, Communist mob and ….

    Well, there would be at least one White guy (me) laughing as Rand Paul was torn limb from limb, homosexually raped, his mutilated dead White body dragged through the streets of Ferguson the same as the US Army Ranger in Mogadeshu Somalia in another failed White American Lin crusade to help poor Black Afrcian peoples.

    🙂

    • IstvanIN

      Now tell us what you really think….
      Seriously, I can think of quite a few treasonous White politicians who deserve the above.

  • tlk244182

    Yes, but Hitler isn’t on the ballot anywhere that I know of.

  • Ella

    These colour-blind politicians don’t understand that Blacks see White faces that supposed to give me something for free.

  • thegodsofeden

    That is a possibility, agreed. But you can do it in more subtle, less damaging ways. Instead of denouncing your former stances, as some kind of “Institutional Racism”, give well thought out, fact based, reasons for your views. He’s had the forums to do so, but balked almost every-time when given the chance.

    Those who hate him because of his race and beliefs, won’t vote for him regardless of what he says. Sticking to his guns and moving forward would have built an even stronger and more solid base of support, and had the side benefit of quite possibly capturing the intelligent undecided person to give him their vote.

  • Earl P. Holt III

    I realize a lot of readers loved his father, but this guy will apparently do or say ANYTHING to become President. He’s real weak on immigration, as well…

    • That’s the thing. As it turned out, Ron = Rand in terms of immigration treachery and political pandering. Our movement only wasted its time and energy in playing around with Ron Paul, to the extent that we did. And as you know, Ron Paul was NOT my preferred candidate in 2008; Duncan Hunter was. In 2012, my preferred candidate was Michele Bachmann.

  • Transpower

    I don’t think we should write-off Rand Paul just yet. He’s more laissez-faire than most Republicans, and so I don’t believe he’s going to increase handouts to the “underclass.” The best anti-poverty program is a job. And the best way to create jobs is through laissez-faire.