As one who has followed Dr. Paul Craig Roberts’ career for many years and has benefitted from his articles, principally on 9/11 truth and the Illuminati economy, I was saddened to hear that he is leaving the fray.
In an article entitled “Goodbye: Truth has fallen and taken liberty with it,” Dr. Roberts, a Reagan administration official and nationally-syndicated columnist, announced that he has endured as much frustration as he can manage in trying to get the truth out and is now laying down tools.
His farewell video interview with Alex Jones appears here. Double-click on it to go to Youtube and watch the rest.
While primarily a leave taking, the interview also reviews problematic aspects of the Kennedy investigation, the destruction of the Murrah Building in Oklahoma City, and the charges against Khalid Sheik Mohammed, among other topics.
Jones and Roberts discuss the rise of a “brownshirt” police state and the complicity in and toleration of these events by the courts, law schools, and bar associations. Roberts explains why so many new taxes, like VAT and the carbon tax, are being floated at this time. He called this era the “first time in history that a government has destroyed its own people.”
Other quotes: “The United States government is in the hands of insane people.” “The government has gotten away with so many things that now they are just reckless.” “Elections don’t matter because it’s always the same people who get elected, the same interest group who controls.”
Roberts was known for taking a complex issue and making it clear and comprehensible. I read every one of his articles that came to my attention. His trenchant commentary will be missed.
Nonetheless, it is clear that many truthtellers are arising to take his place.
One theme that is emerging from 2012 channelers and commentators is that no single voice is crucial to what is happening. Lightworkers who feel they have done as much as they can are not faulted for taking time out. Their absence will not affect the final outcome.
So I appreciate Dr. Roberts’ own desire to take a rest and applaud him for many years of valued work in the trenches.