Journalist and author Christopher Hitchens on Ron Paul's foreign policy in an interview on March 2, 2010. Thomas Jefferson's "Empire of liberty": http://en.w...

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Comment by Sassan K. on September 25, 2011 at 10:41pm

Morally bankrupt refers to having no morals and being a self-defeater through one's philosophies and beliefs. To me, allowing rogue and apocalyptic regimes to acquire nuclear weapons is being morally bankrupt. To me making the claim that 9/11 was somehow our fault, is being a moral coward and being morally bankrupt. To me, attacking our policies in the Middle East as somehow being evil but ignoring the fact that we have helped liberate three nations now and assist people in need and every opportunity such as natural disasters, famines, or genocides - is being morally bankrupt.

And yes, I refer to the Islamic Republic of Terror as a bunch of religious madmen and lunatics. I consider a regime that is openly preparing "for the end of times" by the "return of the hidden imam" as lunatics. Why so? Because the return of the "hidden imam" means a world in which war, chaos, havoc, and famine creates such massive destruction that 2/3rd of humanity perishes. As a prerequisite to this apocalyptic goal through their religious beliefs, Jerusalem must be conquered and a world war must be ushered. This is the same regime that is about to acquire nuclear weapons and which oppresses and terrorizes the Iranian people. This is a regime that rapes our young sisters before executing them so that they don't "die as virgins" as they believe "virgins go straight to heaven" so to "deny this" to them too. Yes, anyone who would allow such a regime to acquire nuclear weapons and accommodate them such as Ron Paul is morally bankrupt.

As for 9/11, there is absolutely zero evidence from any credible scientists that 9/11 was somehow an "inside job". Only a bunch of so called "engineers" who are not scientists and have no credible authority or association with any scientific institutions or systematic evidence. The types of engineers that have hinted 9/11 was an "inside job" was Ahmadenijad; I guess those who somehow think 9/11 was an inside job can be proud that Mr. Ahmadenijad is on your side. In fact, these comments only confirm my suspicions that a majority of the 9/11 conspiracy theorists are ardent Ron Paul supporters. In fact, there was a recent article and study in Skeptic Magazine which is run by Michael Shermer which highlighted this very fact.

Skeptic Article on Political Leanings of Conspiracists


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