Ron Paul, the only candidate
who might be friendly to the restoration of the Confederacy
CIB - January 4, 2008
We have known for years Ron Paul to be essentially a Confederate in his stand on the issues, but since he was a Congressional Representative for the Federal Union (As was Robert E. Lee) his leadership seemed beyond reach for us. Also his stand is so alien to that of the Fascist Federal Empire of the United States that it seemed unlikely that he could be elected to the Presidency of the Federal Union. However, his progress has been astounding. He has created somewhat of a civil revolution.
As he began appearing he was beating the politically correct establishment choices hands down. In the primary debates and he has been setting records on raising millions of dollars for his campaign.
There have been figures indicating that Ron Paul could surprise the experts and threaten the nomination. The establishment leadership may fear Paul, but they may also fear the repercussions that would result if they assassinated Ron Paul. For that reason they may opt out on that decision.
The idea that some false flag terrorist action could occur in the United States giving President Bush the excuse to declare Martial law and temporarily suspend the elections opting for temporary military rule by the U. S. Army Northern command. This may seem to the elite as the least dangerous action for them to take from the standpoint of a potential backlash reaction since it would enable them to order martial law and attempt to initiate the North American Union. George Bush could continue as President under the suspension executive order and martial law would be in place to try to maintain public order. The confederate leadership has long expected a civil collapse of the United States and this seems to be looming due to a very fractured public opinion.
If this happens it could end the Ron Paul Presidential efforts for the United States. Some have pointed out that Paul was born in Pennsylvania and that this would be a constitutional bar to his possible CSA presidential candidacy. No overtures have been tendered by the CSA or by Ron Paul and it is just a theoretical consideration. And as such, there is no constitutional bar. See the quotes below from the CSA Constitution in that regard.
Article II, Section I,
(6) No person except a natural-born citizen of the Confederate States of America, shall be eligible to the office of President; neither shall any person be eligible to that office who shall not have attained the age of thirty-five years, and been fourteen years a resident within the limits of the Confederate States of America, as they may exist at the time of his election.
Article I, Section III:
(5) The Senate shall choose their other officers; and also a president pro tempore. . .
Such a president pro tempore would be eligible to serve. However the government of the Confederate States of America does not become involved in endorsements of election candidates of foreign governments and has written this report as a matter of interest to the citizens of our CSA government. What happens from this point forward will be interesting indeed.