“There’s nothing to fear from globalism, free trade and a single worldwide currency.”
– Ron Paul, Congressional Record, March 13, 2001
Ron Paul’s Biggest Donor A Bilderberger!
By Noah Rothman
Oh the irony of it all. On Wednesday, it was disclosed that well known technology investor Peter Thiel is the biggest donor to Texas Rep. Ron Paul’s Super PAC. Theil, a wealthy international financier is also a gay libertarian and, wait for it, a member of the steering committee of the Bilderberg Group! … (Here is a tissue so you can get that Ron Paul supporter brains that just exploded all over you out of your shirt. I should have warned you first. Sorry.)
Thiel contributed a significant $900,000 to a pro-Paul Super PAC “Endorse Liberty.” On Tuesday, the PAC disclosed that it has raised $3.9 million to date.
- PayPal co-founder remains major Ron Paul supporter
- Ron Paul’s Biggest Supporter Is A Bilderberger, International Financier
- Peter Thiel, Bilderberg Steering Commitee, PayPal co-founder funds pro-Paul Super PAC
- Bilderberg Steering Committee – USA Thiel, Peter A. President, Clarium Capital/Thiel Capital
The Bilderberg Group is a perennial favorite of the conspiratorially minded, new world order, trilateral commission types. Ron Paul, while not a vocal advocate of such conspiracy theories, certainly does little to dispel such notions among his supporters.
Indeed, as a regular guest of Alex Jones’ conspiracy-focused radio program, some of his supporters can be forgiven for thinking he held these views himself. Today’s news should dispel his supporters of such notions.
Paul himself said that he has no idea what the Bilderberger Group gathers annual to discuss but it may include “how they’re going to control the banking systems of the world and natural resources.”
Thiel is a major tech investor with an estimated worth of $1.7 billion and a famous libertarian – he has aided foundations that encourage students to drop out of college in order to promote entrepreneurial ventures among young people and “seasteading,” an organization which promotes learning on the high seas in modified floating colleges governed only by maritime custom law.
The Bilderberger Group, named for the famous Dutch hotel where the group meets annually, is a secretive organization of wealthy and influential business leaders that conspiracy theorists believe exercises major influence over the world’s leaders from behind the scenes.
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In Silicon Valley circles, Thiel is colloquially referred to as the “Don of the PayPal Mafia”.
In 2007, he was honored as a Young Global leader by the World Economic Forum as one of the 250 most distinguished leaders age 40 and under.
In February 2006 Thiel provided $100,000 of matching funds to back the Singularity Challenge donation drive of the Singularity Institute for Artificial Intelligence. Additionally he joined the Institute’s advisory board and participated in the May 2006 Singularity Summit at Stanford.
Thiel is listed as a member of the Steering Committee of The Bilderberg Group, a controversial group of influential business and government leaders who meet annually behind closed doors under a media blackout to discuss world issues.
Ron Paul talks about the Bilderberg Group