Weather Underground... Obama and William Ayers

Submitted by SadInAmerica on Mon, 05/03/2010 - 12:37pm.


The 'patriotic' Obama's look for their hearts with their 'left hand' during Pledge of Allegiance...


Apparently in America, the only "terrorists" worthy of notice have a Middle-Eastern Accent. When it comes to blowing up buildings, however, you can't top American Leftists when it comes to results. Consider the Weather Underground:

"(The) Weatherman, known colloquially as the Weathermen and later the Weather Underground Organization (abbreviated WUO), was an American radical left organization. It originated in 1969 as a faction of Students for a Democratic Society, composed for the most part of the national office leadership of SDS and their supporters. Their goal was to create a clandestine revolutionary party for the violent overthrow of the US government and the establishment of a dictatorship of the proletariat." (source).

We have already demonstrated the link between Chinese Communism and the "Black Panthers". It appears that many of the organizations that sprung up around Martin Luther King and Malcolm X were also organized by members of the American Communist Party (source).

The American Communist Party did much of the dirty work for Communist China and Russia during the 1960s. There is no evidence however, that Martin Luther King was a Communist.

The goal was to destabilize the inner cities through Communist Indoctrination, agent provocateurs and acts of terrorism. The Communist believed that this destabilization was necessary to force the United States out of the Vietnam War. Thus, they created the myth that blacks were "cannon fodder" and "over-represented" in Vietnam. The reality:

"86% of the men who died in Vietnam were Caucasians, 12.5% were black, 1.2% were other races. (CACF and Westmoreland)

Sociologists Charles C. Moskos and John Sibley Butler, in their recently published book "All That We Can Be," said they analyzed the claim that blacks were used like cannon fodder during Vietnam "and can report definitely that this charge is untrue. Black fatalities amounted to 12 percent of all Americans killed in Southeast Asia - a figure proportional to the number of blacks in the U.S. population at the time and slightly lower than the proportion of blacks in the Army at the close of the war." (source)

The other "myth" used to grow the anti-war movement was that American atrocities were rampant in Vietnam:

"Isolated atrocities committed by American soldiers produced torrents of outrage from antiwar critics and the news media while Communist atrocities were so common that they received hardly any attention at all. The United States sought to minimize and prevent attacks on civilians while North Vietnam made attacks on civilians a centerpiece of its strategy. Americans who deliberately killed civilians received prison sentences while Communists who did so received commendations. From 1957 to 1973, the National Liberation Front assassinated 36,725 South Vietnamese and abducted another 58,499. The death squads focused on leaders at the village level and on anyone who improved the lives of the peasants such as medical personnel, social workers, and schoolteachers." (source)

The other was that through the anti-war movement, the American Communist Party was able to make huge inroads into the Democratic Party. A legacy which we live with today. Nowhere is this more evident than Obama's lifelong relationship with one of the most successful Communist Terrorists in the 1960s, William Charles "Bill" Ayers:

"Ayers became involved in the New Left and the Students for a Democratic Society (SDS). He rose to national prominence as an SDS leader in 1968 and 1969. As head of an SDS regional group, the "Jesse James Gang," Ayers made decisive contributions to the Weatherman orientation toward militancy.[8] The group Ayers headed in Detroit, Michigan became one of the earliest gatherings of what became the Weatherman. Before the June 1969 SDS convention, Ayers became a prominent leader of the group, which arose as a result of a schism in SDS. "During that time his infatuation with street fighting grew and he developed a language of confrontational militancy that became more and more pronounced over the year [1969]", disaffected former Weatherman member Cathy Wilkerson wrote in 2001.

Ayers had previously become a roommate of Terry Robbins, a fellow militant, Wilkerson wrote. Robbins would later be killed while making a bomb.[11] In June 1969, the Weatherman took control of the SDS at its national convention, where Ayers was elected Education Secretary.[8] Later in 1969, Ayers participated in planting a bomb at a statue dedicated to police casualties in the 1886 Haymarket affair confrontation between labor supporters and the Chicago police.[12] The blast broke almost 100 windows and blew pieces of the statue onto the nearby Kennedy Expressway." (source)

Ayers apologists claim that his bombings never hurt anybody. Another Communist lie:

"After the Greenwich Village townhouse explosion in 1970, in which Weatherman member Ted Gold, Ayers' close friend Terry Robbins, and Ayers' girlfriend, Diana Oughton were killed when a bomb being assembled in the house exploded, Ayers and several associates evaded pursuit by US law enforcement officials. Kathy Boudin and Cathy Wilkerson survived the blast. Ayers was not facing criminal charges at the time, but the federal government later filed charges against him. Ayers participated in the bombings of New York City Police Department headquarters in 1970, the United States Capitol building in 1971, and the Pentagon in 1972".... (Ibid)

"Bill Ayers and his wife Bernadine Dohrn were accused in 2009 of bombing a police station and killing Sgt. Brian McDonnell (Source)

Not surprisingly, the Washington Newspaper owned by the Rev. Moon (another possible Communist Chinese/Korean Asset) dismisses the Obama/Ayers connection:

"But the Obama-Ayers link is a tenuous one. As Newsday pointed out, Clinton has her own, also tenuous, Weatherman connection. Her husband commuted the sentences of a couple of convicted Weather Underground members, Susan Rosenberg and Linda Sue Evans, shortly before leaving office in January 2001. Which is worse: pardoning a convicted terrorist or accepting a campaign contribution from a former Weatherman who was never convicted?" (source)

I suppose that the fact that Obama reportedly announced his Senate campaign from Ayer's home is just another anomoly event that escaped the Post. Funny how those under Ayers "Orders" went to prison, yet, he never did. Maybe mob boss Al Capone, who also never "personally hurt anyone", shouldn't be called a murderer because he never soiled his hands doing the deeds himself.

"Much of the controversy about Ayers during the decade since 2000 stems from an interview he gave to The New York Times on the occasion of the memoir's publication.[31] The reporter quoted him as saying "I don't regret setting bombs" and "I feel we didn't do enough", and, when asked if he would "do it all again," as saying "I don't want to discount the possibility." (source)

So, if you ever wondered what happened to all those Communists that never existed during the 1950s and 60s, now you know. They are busy repaying their debts to Communist China for financing one of the most effective terror campaigns on American soil in history.

Paul A Drockton M.A. - May 3, 2010 - source MoneySource

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Submitted by SadInAmerica on Mon, 05/03/2010 - 12:37pm.