At last there may be cause for hope, though. During a Thursday Austin speech, Paul said he was concerned that a "false flag" attack might be used to plunge the United States into a war with Iran. Hopefully this means that he is now prepared to answer questions about what we believe to have been false flag events in his own back yard.
Some have suggested that Paul's truther remarks are an attempt to appease false flag students who think that he is simply another establishment apparatchik, albeit one who poses as an anti-establishment rebel. After all, five years before this latest headline, Ron Paul Warns of False Flag in Town Hall .Speech, there was Presidential Candidate Fears "Gulf Of Tonkin" To Provoke Iran War. Between the two "candid candidate" moments, though, there has been half a decade of dodging, while wishful supporters supposed that their man was somehow different from the rest.
On March 3, 2008 W. Leon Smith, publisher of The Lone Star Iconoclast, presented a penetrating editorial about the real situation in Paul's home district, which is as compelling now as it was then: