Candidate Ron Paul was an old, near-minarchist right-wing Christian white male Republican. Candidate Tulsi Gabbard is a young, left-wing, mixed race, female, Hindu Democrat. They are the same.
Don’t ask me straight out to prove they are the same. I’m supposed to be the worlds most holistic prophet. Prophets aren’t going to spell it out for you. Ron Paul and Tulsi Gabbard are the same in ways that go far deeper than the biffing and baffing of contemporary politics.
I was putting about the idea of the Ron Paul “I am Ron Paul” meme well before the campaign took it up. I started saying “I am Ron Paul” well before that, and specifically on the Louisianna university blog. The LSU tigers blog.
But I got the idea of it from the Spike Lee movie about Malcolm X. So it may have been me who passed it on to the Ron Paul team. Or they may have made that same mental link on their own. But I was inspired by Spike. And Brother Malcolm. A real brother to us all.
I won’t say that Ron Paul, and Tulsi Gabbard, and Malcolm X are the same. Because the oligarchy murdered Malcolm before, or just as he had put together the full flowering of his intellectual righteousness. They murdered Malcolm and yet stole his sperm. Thats how evil these people are.
Malcolm had a way of saying everything that John Galt said with oh so fewer words.
I am Malcolm X and by any means necessary. But the oligarchy murdered Malcolm too soon so I won’t make a troika out of this.
I cannot as a prophet spell these things out to you. But I’ll give you a clue. Or rather I’ll let “My Chemical Romance” give you the clue as to why Ron Paul and Tulsi Gabbard are the same.
Only the first two minutes of the song is relevant, or any good, but the first two minutes of the song is worth listening too many times.
The tide goes in and out and the words used in the language of politics take different shades as to their meaning. But Ron Paul and Tulsi Gabbard are the same. In a way that escapes any kind of obsession with contemporary politics.
Ron Paul and Tulsi Gabbard are the same. In a way that goes deeper than left or right. Up or down.