Ron Paul and White Power Groups

Ron Paul posing for with Don Black, the founder of neo-Nazi website StormFront and past Grand Wizard of the Ku Klux Klan[1]Don Black – . The person in the hat is Derek Black[2]Derek Black –, Don’s son. The person who is standing behind the camera taking the picture is Jamie Kelso[3]Jamie Kelso –

This page is something in progress. Information on supporters is ever growing and Ron Paul’s past is always being uncovered.

Table of Contents

  1. Don Black – Founder of StormFront & Former Grand Wizard of the KKK
  2. David Duke – A Guy Ron Paul Personally Endorsed
  3. Jamie Kelso and Ron Paul
  4. “Operation Red Dog”
  5. Ron Paul’s Newsletters and Racism

Ron Paul and Don Black

David Duke and Don Black in the 80’s.

Don Black is probably a name you haven’t heard of much, but if you’re someone that fears neo-Nazis and the racists that infest this world you probably heard the name. The largest white nationalist website on the internet is StormFront and he was one of the creators of this site. Another thing to add to his resume is that he was the Grand Wizard of the Ku Klux Klan. There are a laundry list of things that I could list on the resume here, but please take a look at the Southern Poverty Law Center Don Black profile for more information.

Black is an out spoken supporter of Ron Paul and most of his internet community at StormFront are his supporters too. Ron Paul knowingly received a donation from Don Black for his election campaign. He refused to return the money (like any person that is against racism). The interesting thing is that Don Black thought that Ron Paul was “one of them” when he was reading his newsletters. Like any Paultard, he tried to save face for Paul by claiming he isn’t a racist (but he’ll vote for him anyway).

Just to continue on with the Ron Paul newsletters, this is what Don Black had to say about them, “They went out under his name in the first person and most people receiving these newsletters, including me, thought he really did write them”. I guess if you write a letter with your name signed at the bottom, in first person diction and references areas of your life (like being a doctor) anyone would assume Ron Paul wrote them. In fact, he did write them because that’s what common sense tells us. Since Ron Paul is a Paleoconservative it makes a lot of sense that he would have wrote these things.

Ron Paul and David Duke

David Duke in his “prime”.

The name David Duke might sound a little more familiar for some of you out there. He was actually elected as one of Louisiana’s State Representative for the Republican Party towards the end of the 80’s. Did I also mention that this is a guy who was also a member of the Ku Klux Klan and was also a Grand Wizard? Yeah, not a good person and someone that should never be elected for any reason. Ron Paul on the other hand has personally endorsed the guy when he was making his unsuccessful runs for Congress. Here is what Paul had to say about a Grand Wizard of the Ku Klux Klan:

Duke’s platform called for tax cuts, no quotas, no affirmative action, no welfare, and no busing…
To many voters, this seems like just plain good sense. Duke carried baggage from his past, the voters were willing to overlook that. If he had been afforded the forgiveness an ex-communist gets, he might have won.

David Broder, also of the Post and equally liberal, writing on an entirely different subject, had it right: ‘No one wants to talk about race publicly, but if you ask any campaign consultant or pollster privately, the sad reality that a great many working-class and middle class white Americans are far less hostile to the rich and their tax breaks than they are to the poor and minorities with their welfare and affirmative action programs.”
Liberals are notoriously blind to the sociological effects of their own programs. David Duke was hurt by his past. How many more Dukes are waiting in the wings without such a taint?

David Duke received 44% of the vote in the Senate primary race in Louisiana, 60% of the white vote and 9% of the black vote!. This totaled 100,000 more votes that the current governor when he won.

Duke lost the election, but he scared the blazes out of the Establishment. If the official Republican hadn’t been ordered to drop out, he might have won. Certainly there would have been a run-off.
Is David Duke’s new prominence, despite his losing the gubernatorial election, good for anti-big government forces? …our priority should be to take the anti-government, anti-tax, anti-crime, anti-welfare loafers, anti-race privilege, anti-foreign meddling message of Duke, and enclose it in a more consistent package of freedom.

What kind words to say. I want to point out that back when Paul gave this endorsement it was well known what this guy was. It wasn’t like something buried decades in the past where you might miss out on it. David Duke left the KKK as the Grand Wizard and went on to form the National Association for the Advancement of White People (which is still active today).

I could probably go on more about this guy talking about his Neo-Nazi beliefs, but I won’t. I’ll point out that this guy believes in the New World Order. He doesn’t follow the same belief as Alex Jones about the NWO. Duke believes the New World Order is really just one big Jewish run take over of the world. Duke also wants to End the Fed because “The Jews” run it. What a coincidence, Ron Paul wants to end the Fed too!

David Duke also attended the Holocaust Denial Israel Hatefest in Iran with other Ron Paul supporter (and Holocaust Denier) Rabbi Yisroel Dovid Weiss.

Please check out the Southern Poverty Law Center David Duke profile page.

Ron Paul and Jamie Kelso

Yup, as you probably guessed we have another Ron Paul supporter here and another white supremacist activist. James Kelso or Jamie Kelso runs a daily web radio program called “The Jamie Kelso Show”, which is a nice white power radio program. As you can see from the picture, this is a man that endorses Ron Paul and his views. I know that many of you think that this really doesn’t show much connection, but I promise you it exists. Jamie Kelso was also a former member of the John Birch Society. As well as a moderator for the website Stormfront and assistant to David Duke.

Recently “Anonymous” hacked a website known as the America Third Position, and shut it down. Anonymous actually went through forum posts, emails, etc and released them on the internet. Guess who’s name came up? Ron Paul. There was a high number of members who were actually involved in Ron Paul’s campaign. And there are messages that Ron Paul has met with American Third Position members regularly and engaged in conference calls with the board of directors.

Do you see the picture at the top of this page with Ron Paul, Don Black and Don Black’s son? Guess who took that picture? Jamie Kelso.

Also Jamie was a Ron Paul organizer during his campaign run in 2008. He’s probably still working with them today, but we’ll have to wait for such information to come out. I’m sure Paul is covering his tracks much better this time around because his racist past won’t die.

Ron Paul and “Operation Red Dog”

Some of the weaponry planned to be used during Operation Red Dog.

News about this recently broke, though Operation Red Dog has been known for quite some time. This happened in the early 80’s and it was a very simple plan. White supremacists from Canada and the United States were going to overthrow the government of Dominica. They were going to restore the former Prime Minister Patrick Johns. The idea was that they were going to set up a white nationalist utopia on this island where they could make money with casinos, cocaine and brothels (All Ron Paul Positions). This group of white nationalists included the likes of Mike Perdue, Wolfgang Droege, Don Black and James Alexander McQuirter.

On the day in question the plan was foiled and federal agents (ATF) arrested them in New Orleans. They were arrested with automatic weapons, shotguns, rifles, handguns, dynamite, ammunition and a black & white Nazi flag. Mike Perdue and six other men pleaded guilty and another two were found guilty by a jury of their peers. Unfortunately they only received three year prison sentence.

The question of what this has to do with Ron Paul is something new. Organizers the plot that pleaded guilty told a judge that Ron Paul was aware of it. Their lawyer tried to subpoena Ron Paul, so that he could testify in the trial involving his buddy Don Black. The judge didn’t subpoena him, as I’m sure they had more than enough pleading guilty and enough evidence of the event.

You can read more on the subject at Operation Red Dog Wikipedia page. What is odd is that they do have a page source talking about Ron Paul’s implication, but surprisingly not in the article.

Ron Paul’s Newsletters and Racism

In 1984, Ron Paul formed “Ron Paul & Associates” corporation[4]Corporate Information and started to publish his newsletters including “Ron Paul’s Freedom Report”, the “Ron Paul Survival Report”, “Ron Paul Report” and the “Ron Paul Investment Report”. I have archived copies of the newsletters for people to read and pass judgment on here.

I’ll point out that all the newsletters weren’t some long racist diatribe. Most of the hateful comments came out in the 1992 report titled “A Special Issue on Racial Terrorism”. As I feel it would be misleading to just do a few quotes of the content, I think reading the article for yourself is best. It’s the general tone and attitude. Click here for the PDF.

There a little snippets of racist information that can be found throughout other published newsletters. Such as:

If you have ever been robbed by a black teenaged male, you know how unbelievable fleet-footed they can be.

Of course Ron Paul has one defense, he didn’t know. He claims to never have seen these newsletters. He never wrote them. He never read them. He didn’t know anything about them. He claims he never wrote it. He doesn’t know who wrote it. I find it odd that this sort of excuse is good enough for Ron Paul defenders. He had absolutely no problem profiting from it. There didn’t seem to be a proof reader or anyone that wasn’t racist involved in this newsletter because it was published.

All that needs to be said is that if a man can’t run a small newsletter company, how could he become POTUS?

References   [ + ]

1. Don Black –
2. Derek Black –
3. Jamie Kelso –
4. Corporate Information

3 Responsesso far.

  1. Why_do_people_run_from_me says:

    Ron Paul is literally insane. A crazy, gold-obsessed kook!

  2. nells says:

    Does anyone else find it ironic that the founder of the largest white power website and former grand wizard of the KKK name is Black lmao Is that the name he was born with or did he come up with that all by himself lol.

  3. Jim Prinkey says:

    I think it should be mentioned that David Duke switched to the republican party after several congressional runs as a democrat. Other democrats of the 50’s and 60’s like Bull Moose Conner, and even back to Woodrow Wilson, were blatant racists. And the KKK members of the 50’s were known as dixiecrats, as they were southern democrats.