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Aaron Russo: Champion of Freedom

Aaron Dykes / | August 27, 2007


Aaron Russo's tragic passing leaves behind an inspiring legacy-- that of a true champion of freedom, a defender of the Constitution and a believer in individual rights, guaranteed and inalienable.

Russo leaves behind a void that reminds us all how important-- and grave--the fight against the New World Order really is. He was a strong fighter whose determination was only overshadowed by his effectiveness. Russo woke up millions to the fraud of the Federal Reserve and the battle for the republic. His striving now paves the way for greater efforts yet to come and leaves a noble standard few will ever match.

Aaron Russo understood the power behind the Constitution and the republic for which it stands-- both in its ability to guard and guarantee personal rights and in staving off the corruption and tyranny that inevitably rises when freedom's guard is let down.

He had a clear and powerful way of expressing the vital importance of those rights under a republic-- and was well aware of the dangers posed by a democracy.

"The word democracy is not written into the Constitution one time...the founding fathers hated democracy," Russo explained in an interview with Alex Jones. "And under a democracy, 51% of the people can overrule 49% of the people."

"But under a republic, 99% can't take away the rights of 1%-- that's what the founding fathers gave us. Democracy is the worst form of government-- the majority rules. In a republic, minorities are protected."

Russo fought his politics through his films Mad as Hell and later America: Freedom to Fascism, through his formation of the Constitution Party and in candidacy for both governor in Nevada and as a nominee for the Libertarian presidential candidacy.

Aaron Russo's personal life stood for many of the things embodied in the American dream-- a creative, independent individual, an enterprising, dynamic entrepreneur and a tireless defender of the weak who was uncompromising against the bullies, the system and tyranny.

Russo's was a well-rounded and dynamic career, which included not only work as a highly successful Hollywood producer, a patriot and a political candidate but also as a nightclub owner, a clothing designer and in many other facets.

Russo, though quite dignified about his successes, admitted a pride in having produced "a classic comedy in Trading Places (with Eddie Murphy and Dan Aykroyd), a classic musical in The Rose (with Bette Midler) and a classic documentary in America: Freedom to Fascism."

The latter stands as a personal yet powerful analysis of the corruption and tyranny wielded behind the Federal Reserve, the IRS and the tax system at large-- not only in preying upon the people of the United States for the benefit of private bankers, but in the danger they pose for individual rights and the literal pursuit of life, liberty and property.

Aaron Russo refused to stop fighting, even as his battle with cancer intensified and refused more so to give into the interests he was fighting against.

Nick Rockefeller, for one, befriended Russo after his strong contention for governor of Nevada and attempted to recruit him into the elite Council on Foreign Relations. Russo did not shrug off the friendship, but would not yield his defense of freedom and compromise to the aims of the globalist agenda.

Aaron Russo was stalwart and principled-- his example will, no doubt, inspire a culture of freedom and a new wave of champions to defend it. His value in the republic and of independent people is an inspiration and will prove reason to go on fighting.

He will not be forgotten and the effect of his efforts will not soon dissipate. Aaron Russo was a true patriot with a profound love of liberty and his fight will carry on throughout the movement.


Aaron Russo Tribute Page
Videos, MP3 interviews and articles featuring the work of a great freedom fighter

Prison Planet | August 27, 2007


Patriot Hero Aaron Russo Passes Away

We were saddened to hear of the passing of activist, film maker, freedom fighter and all round maverick Aaron Russo, who died Friday after a long battle with cancer at the age of 64.

Included below are videos, audio interviews and articles featuring Aaron from over the course of the past year. We will also be airing segments from radio interviews all this week on The Alex Jones Show. [READ MORE]



Aaron Russo's Last Recorded Video Interview
Aaron Russo joins Alex Jones for a fascinating sit-down in depth video interview on a plethora of important subjects. Aaron begins by describing how the draconian and mafia tactics of Chicago police woke him up to the fact that America wasn't free after his nightclub was routinely raided and he was forced to pay protection money.

Aaron and Alex then cover a broad range of topics including the private run for profit federal reserve, Aaron's experience in the late 80's with the IRS when they retroactively passed laws to punish silver and gold traders, the real meaning of the word "democracy," what really happened on 9/11 and Aaron's relationship with Nick Rockefeller, who personally tried to recruit him on behalf of the CFR. Aaron also relates how Rockefeller told him that the elite created women's liberation to destroy the family and how they want to ultimately microchip and control the entire population. Rockefeller also told before 9/11 Russo that an unexpected "event" would catalyze the U.S. to invade Afghanistan and Iraq.



Aaron Russo: Freedom Fighter
You changed America with your presence, you have awoken millions to the truth, we will finish the game.



America: Freedom to Fascism
Through interviews with US Congressmen, a former IRS Commissioner, former IRS and FBI agents, tax attorneys and authors, Russo connects the dots between money creation, federal income tax, voter fraud, the national identity card (becoming law in May 2008) and the implementation of radio frequency identification (RFID) technology to track citizens. A striking case about the evolving police state in America.



Aaron Russo: Mad As Hell
Russo became involved in politics in the early 1990s when he produced and starred in a video entitled Mad As Hell in which he criticized NAFTA, The War on Drugs, the concept of a National Identity Card, and government regulation of alternative medicine.


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Rockefeller Predicted "Event" To Trigger War Eleven Months Before 9/11

Russo: Ron Paul Should Attack Giuliani In Next Debate

MP3: Aaron Russo on Rockefeller, Cancer Battle & Freedom to Fascism (March 3rd, 2007)

MP3: Aaron Russo on Freedom to Fascism Growing Success (January 31st, 2007)

MP3: From Freedom to Fascism: Aaron Russo (January 10th, 2007)

MP3: Aaron Russo: America - From Freedom to Fascism (October 23rd, 2006)

MP3: Aaron Russo & Former IRS Agent Joe Bannister (July 31st, 2006)

Russo: Rockefeller Admitted Women's Lib Agenda

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