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>Ron Paul vs. USA Today on Crimea; Reflections on "High Costs" of USA Today Proposal  - Mish - Global Economic Analysis
I couldn't agree more. I am sick and tired of the hypocrisy, and US government meddling in and bullying countries all around the world. And to top it off, our prime- minister here in Canada is a spineless suck-up to the POTUS and the rest of the corrupt Western European governments. I haven't heard yet, but likely he will parrot the exact same thing: "We do not recognize the referendum in the Ukraine as legitimate" crap that his crony corporatist counterparts in US and Europe have said. Speak for yourself, Harper! How they can make these statements with a straight face, or look anyone in the eye, or sleep at night, is beyond me. And yet, the government of the Ukraine was taken over undemocratically, and they don't make a peep. in fact, they support it and there is evidence they likely instigated it!

Back to our esteemed Prime Minister, he recently was in Israel, getting the royal treatment while turning a blind eye to all the human rights violations of the Israeli government, and the hypocrisy there that says they can have nukes and bomb the Palestinians and take their land, and sanction Iran, and the rest of the world should support them, because they are gods chosen ones according to some old book. The Jews were treated horribly in the past, it sickens me and I feel for them, but does that justify their government bullying others? Please note that whenever I refer to these despotic countries, I am only accusing the governments of those countries. I hold all citizens in equal regard, American, European, Jew, Muslim, etc...I believe the average person in each of these countries or religions, is just trying to live a decent life, and does not mean harm to anyone. And I do not feel that they are directly responsible for their government's actions, especially when governments have so much power. However, I do feel that we as citizens, have a right and responsibility to speak up and speak out when we do not agree with our governments, especially when they are so obviously trampling our freedoms and the freedoms of others. After all, the governments are supposed to represent and respond to the will of the people. When we are afraid to speak out, we have lost all our freedom, and it is feeling very close to that now.


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Beginning of the headline :A pair of articles on USA Today, one by Ron Paul, the other the view of the editorial board of USA Today, proves that even when the facts are laid out, hypocrites remain hypocrites. Ron Paul's View Crimea Secedes. So What? Residents of Crimea voted over the weekend on whether they would remain an autonomous region of Ukraine or join the Russian Federation. In so doing, they joined a number of countries and regions — including recently Scotland, Catalonia and Venice — that are seeking to sece... Read More
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