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Former Texas Congressman Ron Paul previously called for the disbanding of the North Atlantic Treaty Organization.  Sadly, the American people didn’t listen to him about that any more than they listened to him about debt, money, ending the Federal Reserve, or stopping the endless, unconstitutional, unsustainable wars we are engaged in.

However, Adam Dick decided to remind people about that 2004 speech Dr. Paul gave and why it still rings true today.

On March 30, 2004 — just over 19 years ago, then-Representative Ron Paul (R-TX) concluded a United States House of Representatives statement with a strong admonition regarding the North Atlantic Treaty Organization (NATO) and US involvement in it.

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Paul stated:

In conclusion, we should not be wasting US tax money and taking on more military obligations expanding NATO. The alliance is a relic of the Cold War, a hold-over from another time, an anachronism. It should be disbanded, the sooner the better.

Paul’s statement was made in opposition to a resolution (H.Res. 558) being considered on the House floor that day that welcomed “with enthusiasm” the addition of seven new members to NATO and encouraged consideration of adding more nations to NATO. The addition of these new nations all near the Russian border — Bulgaria, Estonia, Latvia, Lithuania, Romania, Slovakia and Slovenia — made 2004 a big year in NATO expansion.

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