Ron Paul | Libertarian Society Singapore

Dr. Ron Paul is a former American Congressman and three-time presidential candidate. He's a prominent figure in the American libertarian movement and has been credited for its contemporary resurgence. 
His libertarian philosophy informs the foundation of his criticism of the American foreign policy that has embraced preventive war and aggressive counter-terrorism techniques, his criticism of American economic policy which is based on a flawed monetary system involving the runaway inflating of the currency by the Federal Reserve.
At the core of his message lies the belief in a small and limited government that does nothing more than preserving the natural rights of its people, enforcing contracts and property rights, and providing a sound judicial system; and that this design is the most moral and most beneficial to any freedom-loving society. 
He has championed the cause of human freedom consistently for 30 years. It has been remarked that his refusal to compromise, is “legendary”.
He is also a Christian, who has declared that “I have accepted Jesus Christ as my personal Savior, and I endeavor every day to follow Him in all I do and in every position I advocate.” Yet he does not, like many other candidates, speak of this so openly to exploit his faith for political gain. He has refused a Congressional pension, and has never spoken with any lobbyist or special interest groups.
He sees himself as “an imperfect messenger of a perfect message (of liberty)”. His uncompromising effort has often been met with cynicism and resistance by the establishment, but most recently support for him has burgeoned, especially amongst young people most concerned about their future. I have myself personally witnessed the electric atmosphere in college campuses when he has gone to speak.
His influence and legacy has been palpable, and his being inducted into the Time 100 Most Influential People (2012) is but the icing on the cake.
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