Ron Paul

Peace in our Time… or more War?

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Former Congressman Ron Paul (R-TX) is not optimistic about President Trump’s visit to the Middle East and the policy changes that the Trump administration has begun implementing. While the President may be willing to say a lot of the things that libertarians want to hear, but his actions  seem to tell a but of a different story.

From the Ron Paul Institute for Peace and Prosperity:

President Trump’s visit to Saudi Arabia was perhaps one of the most bizarre spectacles of our time. Just months ago he accused the Saudi government of being behind the 9/11 attack on the US, yet over the weekend he stood on Saudi soil and discussed the virtues of religious diversity (something illegal in Saudi Arabia). Was it all about ” the art of the deal” — inking a hugely lucrative (for some) mega weapons deal? Or was it about calling for war on Iran and Syria (and maybe Russia)?

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