So why does Ron Paul get so much negative publicity in the media? That is of course on the rare instances when the media graces him with any publicity at all. Paul’s poll numbers are good. In fact, he is at the top of the list of Republican candidates, but still the media continues to ignore him. During debates, he gets the least amount of airtime of any of the major candidates even though his answers are amongst the highest rated by the viewers. When the mainstream media discuss Ron Paul and his positions the words dangerous, unelectable, and unrealistic are often brought up.
There are 2 central reasons for this, but first we need to clarify something that most Americans are unaware of: 90% of the American media outlets are owned by 6 major corporations, and the majority of the executives of these multi-national media conglomerates also happen to be Jewish Americans who support Israel. This is not an anti-Semitic statement, but a matter of fact as the video below proves by providing names, titles, and pictures of the controlling persons in the media.
Ron Paul is a non-interventionist, which means that he will not spend US tax dollars to fund a sovereign nation, which also happens to be unconstitutional. Neither the Constitution nor Ron Paul are supportive of militarily aggressive nations like Israel that put America’s security at risk. Ron Paul is aslo not in favor of antagonizing terrorists by intervening in the Middle East, which led to the fateful events on September 11, 2001, or for spending American dollars and lives fighting wars like Iraq for Israel’s security. Most people think the Middle East is important to America because of its oil reserves. That is simply untrue. America produces 50% of its own oil, and the vast majority of the rest comes from Canada, Venezuela, Mexico, and Nigeria. So we must ask ourselves, why does America care so much more about the Middle East than it does Africa or Venezuela? The answer to that question is simple, America cares about Israel because Jewish Americans care about Israel. Although Jews comprise only 2% of the American population they comprise 33% of the Supreme Court, 36% of the billionaires, 13% of the Senate, 6.5% of the House of Representatives, between 12-30% of all of the Ivy League students, and give 50% of all political contributions in America. Further, the most powerful lobby in Washington is AIPAC or the American Israel Public Affairs Committee. The following video proves these facts by providing pictures, names, and titles.
As for the second reason, Ron Paul is famous for recommending that America audit and end the Federal Reserve. This would of course be against the interests of the large corporations which own almost the entirety of the media. In addition, the vast majority of Federal Reserve executives are also Jewish. Former Federal Reserve Chairman Greenspan and current Chairman Bernanke are both Jewish. The Vice Chairwoman of the Federal Reserve, Yellen, is also Jewish, and so are the majority of the district bank presidents. The overrepresentation is not altogether surprising given the historical patterns of Jewish people engaging in financial services, but regardless, ending the Federal Reserve would constrain the profitable banking system, which many Jewish Americans rely on for their income, and is therefore not popular among the Jewish community.