Thursday, 30 August 2007

A Ron Paulian Blueprint?

Yet another great article from have a dream...

Rockwell's Thirty-Day Plan
by Llewellyn H. Rockwell, Jr.

When Eastern Europe broke free in 1989, we all realized just how little thought had been given to the transition from socialism to capitalism. Mises had told us the collapse was coming, and we should have been prepared.
As America comes to resemble a command economy, we need a transition plan here too. Yuri Maltsev proposed a "One-Year Plan" for the U.S.S.R. We're not in that bad a shape (yet), so we could do it in 30 days.

DAY ONE: The federal income tax is abolished and April 15th is declared a national holiday. The 40% reduction in federal revenues is matched by a 40% cut in spending. The budget is still almost twice as big as Jimmy Carter's.

DAY TWO: All other federal taxes are abolished, including the corporate income tax, the capital gains tax, the gasoline tax, "sin" taxes, excise taxes, etc. Businesses boom, and the few legitimate federal functions are funded with an inexpensive head tax. People who choose not to vote need not pay it. (Note: this was a mainstream view in the 19th century.)

DAY THREE: The federal government sells all its land, freeing up tens of millions of acres for development, mining, farming, forestry, oil drilling, private parks, etc. The government uses the revenue to pay off the national debt and other liabilities.

DAY FOUR: The minimum wage is reduced to zero, creating jobs for ex-federal bureaucrats at their market wage. All pro-union laws and regulations are scrapped. The jobless rate falls dramatically.

DAY FIVE: The Bureau of Labor Statistics, like the rest of the Labor Department, is sent to that big hiring hall in the sky. Without detailed economic statistics, future economic planners will be blind and deaf...

Wednesday, 29 August 2007

Bringing Politics Back to the People

Bringing Politics Back to the People - The Do-It-Yourself Campaign of Ron Paul

Sean Scallon
August 28, 2007

In 1964, just before the New Hampshire primary, an average Joe named Paul Grindle didn’t particularly care for the choice of candidates running for the Republican nomination for President.
So he decided to run his own candidate for president.
With the help of a few friends and using the most sophisticated marketing techniques at the time, Grindle created a boomlet for Henry Cabot Lodge, former Massachusetts U.S. Senator, 1960 GOP Vice-Presidential candidate and then the U.S. ambassador to South Vietnam. Lodge wasn’t running for anything, his name wasn’t even on the New Hampshire ballot. Grindle and his friends mailed out postcards to New Hampshire Republicans to find out if there was support for Lodge which they found out there was. Then they mailed out fliers for Lodge, letters for Lodge and pamphlets demonstrating how to write Lodge’s name on the ballot. They even opened a headquarters for him in Concord.
All that postage spent for eventually paid off. Lodge won the New Hampshire Primary with a write-in vote, beating out that year’s eventual GOP nominee Barry Goldwater and former Vice-President Nelson Rockefeller despite all their money, all their TV ads and vast campaign apparatuses deployed in the Granite State.
Of course it helped Grindle that so many New Hampshire Republicans wanted someone other than Rockefeller and Goldwater, he just simply provided another candidate. But Grindle’s effort also goes to show that politics does not have to be “game” played only by a few professionals, or the hacks or even the wealthy. Sometimes, even the “average Joe” can play too if they have the knowledge, the gumption and a little luck.

It’s that same “do-it-yourself” spirit that Grindle showed 43 years ago that’s a part of Congressman Ron Paul’s run for the White House today.

Forget the all internet activity, You Tube videos, or Facebook pages for a moment and focus on meat-and-potatoes politicking. Out of all the candidates running for President in 2008, who among them has supporters willing to hang signs on freeway overpasses, to stand with signs outside events whatever the weather, who will volunteer their time to make phone calls or write letters to voters or do lit drops as well? Who among the candidates has supporters willing to pay for advertising in newspapers and radio out of their own pocket or are willing to write scripts for cable TV ads? Who among the candidates has supporters so dedicated that they attend his rallies thousands of miles from home?..."

Read the whole article here

Ron Paul: Our Power, Our Responsibility

Üdvözlés Magyarország!

The people of 1956's revolution for Ron Paul!

Welcome Hungary!! Üdvözlés Magyarország!!

A Szabadsag Filozofiaja (Hungarian)

Tuesday, 28 August 2007

Who Would The World Elect 3?

It`s 21h44 CET:

The Ron Paul Machine just took over the lead...

Total Number of Votes: 27,071.

Who Would The World Elect 2?

The "funny new website" is growing extremely fast. Yesterday there where only a couple of votes, today there are over 21.000!
Barack Obama is leading, ahead of Ron Paul, who leads in the USA (YES!).
The international support is absolutely stunning, because the Mainstream Media hardly covers Ron Paul. Nevertheless, Ron Paul is second in most countries!
I guess that most of the foreign Obama-voters do not even know Ron Paul, but every foreign Ron Paul supporter knows Obama for sure.
And don`t forget: so far it is only about the GOP-nomination. Ron Paul is crushing the second-placed Republican candidate, Rudy Giuliani, with about 20 times the number of votes!!

Get there an vote, Paulites!

Rule of the Demos

Rule of the Demos
by Lila Rajiva

"Most people today are quite sure of one thing.

A democratic state is always and everywhere good.

If we didn’t have the tyranny of the majority, they argue, wouldn’t we end up with the tyranny of the minority? If we reject democracy, won't we end up with plutocracy?
Without government to protect us, we are sure to have corporations to plunder us.
Money and business, they point out, can be just as coercive as states and armies. Aren’t armies often for hire by the money men? Didn't Carnegie send in state troops to break up his unions and fire on his workers? Doesn't Microsoft bribe governments in Asia, and didn't United Fruit topple governments in Latin America?
There’s no doubt that this argument has some merit to it. You can be quite sure that businessmen, like any other group of people, will get away with whatever they can get away with.... whenever they can. But, without being able to jiggle the levers of power on their behalf, few businesses would ever get to the size needed to do damage. Few would be able to inflict mayhem on the scale that even a government of middling incompetence can.

And besides, while many businesses do use fraud – and force – to swallow up their competition, a commercial transaction, in essence, remains a voluntary exchange between individuals.
If you choose to buy neither Pepsi nor Coke, it is unlikely that either company will force you to drink their product. But refraining from pulling the lever for either Bush or Kerry does not rid you of the guaranteed presence of one of the two in your life for at least the next four years.

What's more, drinking Coke does not entail any other obligation on your part. You are not now compelled to eat at Burger King, wear Reebok shoes, or shop at K-Mart. It is an isolated act..."

Read the full article here:

Monday, 27 August 2007

Who Would The World Elect?

There is a funny new website online:

Who Would The World Elect for the President of the United States?

It seems to be rather new and it must be american...(sorry folks, just kidding...):

Check the flag for "Sweden" or the little confusion there is about "Australia" and "Austria"...


People from all over the world can choose their favorite candidate.

Of course, Ron Paul is already leading by far in the US but he is also doing very well in places like...Croatia!

Hey Croats, where`s Croatia4ronpaul?

Sunday, 26 August 2007

Saturday, 25 August 2007

In memoriam of Aaron Russo

Tonight, Aaron Russo passed away after a long struggle against cancer.

He had announced his full support for Ron Paul on January 14 2007.

His last work, "America: Freedom to Fascism", explains the background of some of Dr. Pauls deepest concerns - the IRS and the FED.

His death is a great loss to the cause of liberty.

Here is a short part of his last movie, follow the link above to watch all of it:

Aaron Russo talks with Ron Paul

Thursday, 23 August 2007

Interview with Lew Rockwell

Listen to this excellent Interview (mp3) with Lew Rockwell on about Ron Paul and his campaign:

And here is the latest message from Ron Paul:

Not all the media are biased. A local newspaper in New Hampshire reported on an annual GOP bbq in the town of Hollis. It could be called "the Ron Paul show," they said, since the far bigger crowd than usual consisted mostly of our supporters. One volunteer even rented an airplane and flew a wonderful sign around the sky. What great, creative, self-starting people I’m meeting, at every stop, all of them united by a love of America and American freedom.
Politics is usually about division. But this campaign is just the opposite. Not only are our volunteers a bunch of happy warriors, but they also practice the virtues of tolerance and peace, just as they want the nation to do.
The other day, the state chairman of an opposing campaign (not in New Hampshire!), angrily tore a sign out of one of our supporter's hands and trashed it. Different people with different beliefs might have responded differently. But our people, though they'd been standing in the rain all day, applied the Golden Rule. It's because of quiet heroes that I know we can change this country.
A reporter in New Hampshire told me this story about Florida: she had seen the same three supporters working every day passing out our literature, and so decided to interview them. She was startled to discover that one was a Republican, one was a Democrat, and one was an Independent. But I wasn't.
Freedom brings us all together. We can all agree on leaving people alone to plan and live their own lives, rather than trying to force them to obey at the point of a gun, as runaway government does. Instead of clawing at each other via the warfare-welfare state, people under liberty can cooperate in a unity of diversity.
There is no need to use government to threaten others who have different standards, or to be threatened by them. Looking to our Founders, our traditions, and the Constitution, we can build, in peaceful cooperation, a free and prosperous society.
At a talk show in Nashua, New Hampshire, the host asked me about the fair tax. Well, I agree on getting rid of the IRS, I told her, but I want to replace it with nothing, not another tax. But let's not forget the inflation tax, I said.
This was something she had never considered, but after I talked about the depreciation of our dollar by the Federal Reserve, its creation of artificial booms and busts, and its bailouts of the big banks and Wall Street firms, to the detriment of the average person, she loved it. That is another tax, she agreed, a hidden and particularly vicious tax.
They try to tell us that the money issue is boring or irrelevant. In fact, it is the very pith of our social lives, and morally, Constitutionally, and economically, the central bank is a disaster. Thanks to the work of this movement, Americans are starting to understand what has been hidden from them for so long: that we have a right to sound and honest money, not to a dollar debauched for the special interests.
Unconstitutional government has created a war crisis, a financial crisis, a dollar crisis, and a freedom crisis. But we don’t have to take it. We don't have to passively accept more dead soldiers, a lower standard of living, rising prices, a national ID, eavesdropping on our emails and phone calls, and all the rest.
We can return to first principles, and build the brightest, most brilliant future any people on earth has ever aspired to. Help me teach this lesson. Help me campaign all over this country, in cooperation with our huge and growing volunteer army. Help me show that change is not only possible, but also essential. Please, make your most generous contribution ( to this campaign for a Constitutional presidency worthy of our people. Invest in freedom: for yourself, for your family, for your future.


Wednesday, 22 August 2007

Bine aţi venit România!

Eviva Venezuela!

Combat Veterans Support Ron Paul

From the Youtube-description:

My name is SGT Kyle Sanders.
I endorse, support and believe in Ron Paul and his message. I encourage other service members to voice their support as well. We swore an oath to uphold and defend the Constitution of the United States against all enemies. It is our duty as armed service members to keep that oath. Ron Paul is succeeding because he tells the truth, even when people don't want to hear it. He leads an exemplary life of humility and hard work. He is consistent and very bright. He solves problems by learning about their origin, which usually are found to contradict the Constitution and by providing a solution which always obeys or legally amends it. Ron Paul is from a strong community of devoted families who care for each other and understand what it takes to keep that community strong: volunteerism combined with free markets in a moral society where people respect each others' privacy and diversity without subsidizing it.Veterans! Let your voice be heard. If you believe in Ron Paul's message, share your thoughts and ideas on Youtube. Help build the momentum of his campaign. The public respects the opinions of service members, especially when they are reasonable and in defense of civil liberty.One voice can spread hope. A few voices lead to confidence. Many voices lead to action. Action leads to change.


Monday, 20 August 2007

Tribute to Thoreau

Civil Disobedience - H.D. Thoreau feat. Ron Paul


We received this message from a Ron Paul supporter in California and would like to share it:
I'm a Ron Paul supporter and have stumbled upon your site. I'm thrilled to see Ron Paul's message of free markets and free minds have such an international following.
U.S. Federal law prohibits non-U.S. citizens or permanent residents from contributing to his campaign. That does not limit you from buying merchandise for supporters in the States.
Many of the small Meetup groups are desperately short on supplies.
Mine, for instance, only has one banner, a few hundred liberty cards, and I gave my only button away."

Sunday, 19 August 2007

Civil Disobedience

by Henry David Thoreau - 1849

"Thoreau was a great writer, philosopher, poet, and withal a most practical man, that is, he taught nothing he was not prepared to practise in himself. ... He went to gaol for the sake of his principles and suffering humanity. His essay has, therefore, been sanctified by suffering. Moreover, it is written for all time. Its incisive logic is unanswerable."

- Mohandas Gandhi

"... when, in the mid-1950's, the United States Information Service included as a standard book in all their libraries around the world a textbook ... which reprinted Thoreau's 'Civil Disobedience,' the late Senator Joseph McCarthy succeeded in having that book removed from the shelves — specifically because of the Thoreau essay."

- Walter Harding, in The Variorum Civil Disobedience

"I became convinced that noncooperation with evil is as much a moral obligation as is cooperation with good. No other person has been more eloquent and passionate in getting this idea across than Henry David Thoreau. As a result of his writings and personal witness, we are the heirs of a legacy of creative protest."

- Martin Luther King, Jr, Autobiography, Chapter 2

"The authority of government, even such as I am willing to submit to — for I will cheerfully obey those who know and can do better than I, and in many things even those who neither know nor can do so well — is still an impure one: to be strictly just, it must have the sanction and consent of the governed. It can have no pure right over my person and property but what I concede to it. The progress from an absolute to a limited monarchy, from a limited monarchy to a democracy, is a progress toward a true respect for the individual. Even the Chinese philosopher(8) was wise enough to regard the individual as the basis of the empire. Is a democracy, such as we know it, the last improvement possible in government? Is it not possible to take a step further towards recognizing and organizing the rights of man? There will never be a really free and enlightened State until the State comes to recognize the individual as a higher and independent power, from which all its own power and authority are derived, and treats him accordingly. I please myself with imagining a State at least which can afford to be just to all men, and to treat the individual with respect as a neighbor; which even would not think it inconsistent with its own repose if a few were to live aloof from it, not meddling with it, nor embraced by it, who fulfilled all the duties of neighbors and fellow-men.
A State which bore this kind of fruit, and suffered it to drop off as fast as it ripened, would prepare the way for a still more perfect and glorious State, which also I have imagined, but not yet anywhere seen."

Henry David Thoreau

On Civil Disobedience

Friday, 17 August 2007

Britain Loves Ron Paul!

Thank you Brits4RonPaul!

Let`s show ´em how loud we can get.

Britain Loves Ron Paul!

We liked what we saw

Check out this short report of the GOP-Illinois-Straw-Poll, where Ron Paul finished third with about 19%.

The campaign is gaining momentum.

"Perhaps the most surprising development of the day was Congressman Paul’s enthusiastic following and third-place finish. Dozens of Paul supporters marched through the Illinois State Fairgrounds passing out literature and recruiting people to go vote for him.
Thomas Pater, 31, of Monee, and Brian Pater, 27 of Alsip, said they had come to spend the day at the fair but had no plans to participate in the straw poll. But Paul supporters gave them some campaign information and, “we liked what we saw,” Thomas Pater said. Ken Prazak, a 55-year-old Paul volunteer from the Elgin area, called the third-place showing satisfying.

I think it’s a great victory. We own the fair today,” Prazak said. “I’ve been involved in libertarian politics all of my adult life. This is probably the most fun I’ve ever had.”

And now, some Rock`n`Ron Paul:

Ron Paul 2008 - We Will Rock You

Do you TRUST your politicians?

Some people ask us, why we care about an old Congressman from Texas. They ask us, what it has to do with Europe.
Well, it`s pretty simple: we support the only honest politician around. We support the only politician who adresses the REAL problems, who stands up against the lies we are being told.
It`s not our fault we don`t have any of those in Europe.
This is not about the USA. This is not about national entities. And, by the way, this is not about being "Anti-European". The politics of the EU are "anti-european" as they breed conflict among us.

This is about our freedom.

Watch our politicians sell it.
Thanks to our friends in Poland for this video:

Do you TRUST your politicians?

If you don`t believe in what is tells you about José Manuel Barroso, go check it at, the free encyclopedia.

Thursday, 16 August 2007

Ron Paul the Outsider

Ron Paul Online Brief: Insiders and Outsiders in Washington

"If you support Ron Paul, or are at least thinking about giving him your support, you have probably heard the terms "insiders" and "outsiders" used in reference to the people in Washington. The insiders are the people who are members of the exclusive think tanks, policy organizations, lobby groups, and other groups that influence and decide policy. The outsiders are those who aren't..."

Read the full text at

Before you dismiss it as "yet another conspiracy theory", take the small amount of time it takes to read only the foreword by Lew Rockwell in Ron Pauls 1988`s book "Freedom under Siege":

Every American who cares about liberty owes a debt to Ron Paul.
From his first run for Congress in 1974 through his gallant try for the Senate in 1984 to his present campaign as Presidential candidate of the Libertarian Party, Ron Paul has been an outstanding leader for freedom.
I had the privilege of working as Dr. Paul's chief of staff in Washington. And in the often corrupt and always superficial city of Washington, D.C., he was a beacon
of honesty and decency
. Even the advocates of big government came grudgingly to recognize him as the man they couldn't sway, the man they couldn't buy. His only concerns were
freedom, peace, the Constitution, and honest money, and these same ideals animate
his latest book. Naturally, the criminals who want your tax dollars in their pockets found Ron Paul hard to deal with. Devotion to principle is not the engine of Capitol Hill. The backslapping,vote-trading politicians and lobbyists felt uncomfortable around Ron Paul, almost as though their shirt collars were too tight. Greatness is often lonely, and it is never easy to oppose colleagues or the statist special interests who wanted Ron Paul to act as their errand boy to the Treasury. They were all amazed, and then aghast, at his refusal to play their game. New Congressmen are always advised, in shady Sam Rayburn's words, "To get along, go along." They're told: "Don't make waves. Vote for the other guy's spending and he'll vote for yours. Do as you're told and you'll be taken care of."
How easy to become part of the system, and reap the rewards of power.
For virtually every Congressman, there is not even a pause before he plunges into the trough. It is, after all, why he entered politics. But that was not why Ron Paul went to Washington. He sought a great rostrum for freedom, and he never sold out. He even opposed public works projects in his own district, a stand that still boggles every politician in America.
As Ron Paul patiently explained, he could hardly criticize federal spending in California while supporting it in Texas. But such consistency was outlandish. No one could believe his ears. Over the years, Ron Paul's influence grew. Not with the politicians, but with the people. He educated millions, spreading the ideas of Ludwig von Mises and Murray N. Rothbard on runaway government, sound money, and the free market. Other Congressmen would be flabbergasted to receive thousands of their own constituents' letters telling them to vote like Ron Paul.
As Andrew Jackson said,

"One man with courage can make a majority."

Ron Paul has helped build the majority for freedom. In his campaigns, in the Congress, with the F.R.E.E. Foundation and the Mises Institute, calmly and without fanfare, he's worked for us and for our children. How often I saw him at his desk, at 7:00am and at 11:00pm, poring over legislation and committee hearings most other Congressmen ignored, studying Constitutional history and Austrian economics, and writing some of the most eloquent words ever to come out of the Capitol. He worked hard and cheerfully, earning a fraction of his former income as a physician. He would get angry at the goings-on. And frustrated. But he was never defeated, because he never forgot why he was there. Not to make a career in the State apparatus, but to help dismantle it. He never made a promise he didn't keep, never violated his oath to uphold the Constitution, never desecrated free market or hard money principles, never voted to waste a cent or to raise our taxes, was never less than a pure champion of liberty.
We have not seen Ron Paul's like in Washington since the days of the Founding Fathers. And this book helps demonstrate why. On the economy, civil liberties, the IRS, foreign policy, the gold standard, the draft, and the Power Elite, he takes the hardcore, principled Libertarian position. He is the 20th century's Thomas Jefferson. The Omnipotent State threatens us with inflation, expropriation, depression, war, and slavery. Republicans and Democrats offer only lies and loot-seeking. But Ron Paul and the Libertarian Party provide honesty and decency: an America where we are free to work and to achieve; an America at peace with its citizens and its neighbors; an America of abundance and compassion; an America of healthy families and decent children; an America tolerant of peaceful differences; an America true to its origins in liberty; an America liberated from the Moloch State. The remaining years of the 20th century hold out the prospect of State created war, pestilence, famine, oppression, and depravity. If we succeed in changing this specter, Ron Paul and the Libertarian Party will have made the difference.

Llewellyn H. Rockwell, Jr., 1988

Llewellyn H. Rockwell, Jr., is founder and president of the Ludwig von Mises

This Youtube-Video from Poland that was already linked here, highlights what the book is about - and makes hope for the future!

Freedom Under Siege/Together We're Invincible

Wednesday, 15 August 2007

They love Ron Paul

The New York Times is taking notice of the international support for Ron Paul.

"Ils Aiment Ron Paul" - "They Love Ron Paul"

August 13, 2007, 2:29 pm

Ils Aiment Ron Paul
By Sarah Wheaton

Republicans have not been known recently for their warmth toward the French. But at least one contender for the G.O.P. nomination has developed a dedicated, if small, fan base in Paris: Representative Ron Paul of Texas, an anti-Iraq war libertarian.
The blog “Ron Paul France - Le Journal de Campagne” is leading the movement there, translating Mr. Paul’s policies and television appearances into French and analyzing American politics.
Maintained by “Emmanuel,” a 36-year-old Parisian, the blog muses on such topics as “The Major American Media and Ron Paul: An Organized Boycott?” and “Why Ron Paul Will Systematically Gain the Republican Nomination.”
So far, 44 people have “demanded” Mr. Paul visit Paris on, and the “blogosphère Ronpaulienne” extends beyond France. Other blogs include “Bavaria for Ron Paul” (supporters rallied on July 4 in Munich), “Ron Paul Brazil” and “Belgians for Ron Paul,” in Flemish.

Tuesday, 14 August 2007

Ron Paul : When in the course of human events...

Ron Paul : When in the course of human events...

Sunday, 12 August 2007

Hey Mainstream Media, Play some Ron!

Play some Ron!

Made in Poland.

The snowball is only beginning to pick up momentum...

Romney wasn't burned in a day

Posted by Max Raskin at 10:37 PM

Though everyone would have liked to see Paul come in the top three, I think this is realistically what everyone was expecting. Grassroots campaigning takes time; thankfully, this is something that Paul has enough of.

The most encouraging news of the day was by the end of the festivities, people wearing Romney tee-shirts were wandering into the Paul tent to find out more about the Congressman.

There is a genuine interest in the libertarian message of limited government.
With Paul announcing that the campaign had raised over $75,000 in one day this week and the media starting to take notice, there is little doubt that Paul will remain a presence in this race. Furthermore, as the real second-tier candidates start dropping out, their supporters will have to go somewhere, along with the attention the media has devoted to them. If Paul sticks to his message, people will embrace it--they just need to discover it.

The snowball is only beginning to pick up momentum...

Singapore for Ron Paul

Sunday, 12.08.2007; 01h10; Central European Time:

Singapore for Ron Paul

The video starts with:

"I used to despise America"."

Welcome to the Revolution!


Friday, 10 August 2007

The Revolution has begun - the Ron Paul rEVOLution Worldwide

The Revolution has begun - the Ron Paul rEVOLution Worldwide

Thursday, 9 August 2007

Europe, listen to Iowa!

We`re not "just the Internet"!

Strong Supporters of Ron Paul in Des Moines, Iowa, USA

Tuesday, 7 August 2007

Hup Holland Hup!

Holland for Presidential candidate Ron Paul!

Welcome to the Netherlands!

De Filosofie van de Vrijheid (Dutch)

Sunday, 5 August 2007

Rule, Britannia!

"Britons never will be slaves."
So now we simply CAN`T loose...

Welcome to Brits4RonPaul!

Vive la France!

Bastiat et de Tocqueville seraient fiers de vous!
Bastiat and de Tocqueville would be proud of you!

Saturday, 4 August 2007

Welcome Poland!

04 sierpnia 2007
Kim jest Ron Paul? Czym jest Ron Paul Revolution? Jakie znaczenie dla świata mają przyszłoroczne wybory prezydenckie w Stanach Zjednoczonych?Ten blog powstał właśnie po to, aby poinformować Cię o kandydaturze Rona Paula: jego życiorysie, filozofii - rewolucji, jaka właśnie rozpoczęła się w Stanach Zjednoczonych - i o tym, jak ważne jest to również dla Twojej przyszłości.

Be a part of it.

(Keine Ahnung, was das heißt. Aber Gedanken sind frei. Man muß sie nur übersetzen. Gefühle brauchen das nicht.

I ain`t got no clue what that means, but ideas are free. You only gotta translate them. Feelings don`t need that)

Friday, 3 August 2007

Would the real Libertarians please stand up?

A Little Something About The Ron Paul Revolution 6

Freedom Under Siege/Together We're Invincible

Both videos were made in Poland.


Hasta la libertad, SIEMPRE!
Viva la Ron Paul Revolution!