Non-Interventionism: America’s Original Foreign Policy

We are facing a presidential “war cabinet” more aggressive than any in history. John Bolton, “Mad Dog” Mattis, Mike Pompeo, Nikki Haley, “Bloody” Gina Haspel, and more. If we are not able to turn this ship around and return to a non-interventionist foreign policy, we may soon find that there is nothing left to preserve or conserve. What is one of the single most important and most effective ways of challenging the warfare state and its seeming monopoly over the mainstream media? It’s actually quite easy: we can get together, discuss, join forces, listen to speakers, network. As Jacob Hornberger says in today’s Liberty Report, that is the one action that totalitarian countries will NOT tolerate: allowing the dissenters to gather peacefully and oppose their policies. So let’s do just that next month at our South Carolina conference! – while we still can! Tune in to today’s Ron Paul Liberty Report:

Reprinted from The Ron Paul Institute for Peace & Prosperity.

6 thoughts on “Non-Interventionism: America’s Original Foreign Policy”

  1. I would also say people need to run for office as an arena to confront both party’s pro-war, pro-austerity stances. As a country we have been around over 200 years and have faced and solved all of our current problems. I outlined all this on my website, I post your articles, etc., often to my website.

  2. But constant foreign intervention and outright war is profitable! We can’t have peace breaking out everywhere- the arms industry will collapse and Joe the Rifle Barrel Maker won’t have a job and his children will starve. We MUST stay in a wartime posture constantly- it’s for the children!

    1. There’s plenty of profit to be made from domestic infrastructure scams in the US. The money should be spent here.

      Trump spoke up about money disappearing in Iraq. He was accused of being “unpatriotic”. At least if the corruption is brought to the US, it’ll hopefully be less tolerated and extensive.

      I wish we had a system that could resist corruption.

    1. Very generally, the volume and magnitude of condemnations from Western MSM pundits and imperial politicians for abusing democracy.

      Russian President Vladmir Putin, for example, is the very paragon of noble leadership and neo-Western condemnation thereof. Russia’s government gives people dangerous ideas like that they too deserve good governance.

      Our governments might have to go back to the bad good old days of Cold War pretending The People matter again.

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