American Philosopher James H. Fetzer:
‘Ron Paul a threat to US corporate interests’ [© PRESSTV] harmonyDream
American Philosopher James H. Fetzer says presidential candidate Ron Paul of Texas is “too great a threat to the corporate interests that dominate the United States media to give him a fair shake.”
“He has won one straw poll after another, one caucus after another, he’s doing extremely well in Iowa,” Fetzer said adding that if Ron Paul wins in Iowa, “the shameless performance of the American media will be exposed because they will no longer be able to ignore and suppress the information about him.”
Fetzer said that Congressman Paul “is the only discerning intellect in either side of the aisle who has a foreign policy that makes any sense” as he wants to end the U.S. wars of aggression and close U.S. military bases abroad.
‘Ron Paul a threat to US corporate interests’ – http://www.presstv.ir/usdetail/212452.html
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