I do consider you a God-send in a great way. Thank you for your experience, research and analysis.
It seems to me that Dr. Paul will not "need" to be assassinated, for the establishment seems to have gotten to him a generation ago, despite the great amount of truth that he speaks now.
The great clue comes in the form of the book "The Case for Gold" that he co-wrote with Lewis Lehrman. Lehrman has had deep involvement in…
-- George W. Bush's Arbusto Energy
-- Morgan Stanley
Dr. Paul may mean very well, but he still speaks some grand falsehoods, even if they're spoken in naivety. The fact that he speaks them is of enormous help to the establishment, regardless of what else he speaks:
-- Al-Qaeda and Osama did not perpetrate 9/11, but Dr. Paul says that they did.
-- A return to a metals standard at this point would be instant enslavement, for the metals are owned by the ruling families (Rothschilds, et al), but Dr. Paul says that we should return to a metals standard.
These falsehoods have created a glass ceiling of thought. The energy in exposing real 9/11 truth, for example, has been energy diverted to Dr. Paul's campaign, a campaign that has nothing to do with 9/11 truth. Also, Dr. Paul's campaign has become a black hole for the tens of millions of dollars of his donors—money that grows ever more precious by the day. Gas and food aren't getting any cheaper. Additionally, his campaign isn't putting up one iota of a fight after the unbelievably false results of the first caucuses and primaries. Under 10% in New Hampshire?! And not even a hint of questioning from Dr. Paul.
May God bless him, but he is nowhere near his own man in this campaign.
He will not need to be assassinated, because he already is an afterthought in the primaries. I don't say all of this gleefully, but I do say it with open eyes. The only reason I can see at this point as to why he would be assassinated would be as the establishment's provocation of Dr. Paul's followers and other patriots to true revolution—which would play right into the establishment's hands, too.