Wednesday, March 11, 2009

The Weather Underground Goes Mainstream

In my last post I explained how I happened to suffer through some tear gas caused by an SDS riot at Ohio State University in 1970 on the same day students were killed at Kent State U. From this point, I want to explain how B.H. Obama is connected to the SDS / Weather Underground groups from those days. The connection begins with Bill Ayers, but seems to end with Eric Holder, Obama's Attorney General. If you are expecting justice from this AG office, you might as well hit your head against a brick wall all day every day for the rest of your life. Good luck.

I went googling research to find out as much as I could about Bill Ayers, the SDS, and the Weather Underground. You can do that also.....and you will find out what I did that there are volumes of articles all over the net on these guys. None of it good, that is unless you find the praise by the Communist Party and other Socialist orgs. There was so much information that I have had to try to wade through it to try to compile some kind of synopsis. That isn't easy because I am trying to show you the connections forward to today, to B. H. Obama and the Democrat Party.

Keep in mind we are talking about serious criminal behavior here, not some panty-waist little sit-ins by some dissidents. We're talking murder, bombings, and support for terrorism. Bill Ayers is just one of the perps. He had a lot of company. And also, keep in mind that now we have the Weather Underground fellowship in our White House, heading the Judicial Branch, in our Congress and in our schools. The subversives of the past have now come to power in our country and deliberately subverting the U.S. Constitution, to which they have no allegience. While Chris Matthews was getting tingles up his leg over electing Obama, and while the mainstream media was selling you a pig in a poke ( a bill of goods, a bunch of CRAP), some of us were looking behind the curtain and finding some really bad actors.

Playing it is what we have:
Obama's appointed Attorney General is none other than Eric Holder. Here is the scoop on him:
As Deputy Attorney General under President Clinton from 1997 to 2001, Eric Holder was among those responsible for overseeing the vetting of the Clinton Administration’s 176 last minute pardons. Among those pardoned were Weather Underground members Susan Rosenberg and Linda Evans who were both still serving their sentences.7 Rosenberg was convicted of a 1981 robbery of a Brinks’ truck in which two police officers and a security guard were killed. Evans was convicted for bombing the U.S. Capitol in 1983.

As I write this, Bill Ayers is wrapping up a cute little " Guest in Residence" at the University of Illinois at Urbana. Here is the press release: School reform activist and education scholar Bill Ayers will be a Unit One/Allen Hall Guest-in-Residence 3/9-3/12. He will be speaking each night of his residency. All events are open to the public and take place in the Main Lounge of Allen Hall, 1005 W. Gregory, Urbana.

Below is a recent article I found that gives you some clue as to who Bill Ayers is, plus his wife and buddies in the Weather Underground.....also connected to a cute group called the Black Liberation Army. Believe me, you can google any of the names, Mark Rudd being a notable, and you will find what I have found plus so much more.

March 4, 2009

Justice for the Victims of the Weather Underground by Cliff Kincaid

A live version of “Forensic Files” hits Washington, D.C. on March 12, as pressure mounts for an expanded probe of Bill Ayers and his wife, Bernardine Dohrn, and their alleged roles in the 1970 bombing murder of a San Francisco policeman. Ayers and Dohrn, now university professors, were members of a communist terrorist gang called the Weather Underground during the 1960s and 1970s whose aim was to support communist regimes and anti-American movements around the world and destroy the United States. The group received terrorist training in Communist Cuba and was advised by Soviet and Cuban intelligence agents.

A former FBI informant, a retired San Francisco policeman, a veteran congressional investigator, and an internationally-renowned researcher into extremist movements will be appearing at the National Press Club to urge federal authorities to get to the bottom of what really happened on February 16, 1970, when a bomb filled with heavy metal staples exploded and ripped through the body of San Francisco Police Sergeant Brian V. McDonnell at the Park Station police headquarters. McDonnell was in the hospital for two days, bleeding from his wounds, before he finally died.

The bombing was listed by the FBI as the work of the Weather Underground, but Ayers and Dohrn, two of its top members, never claimed credit for the blast. They have tried to insist over the years that their bombs never hurt or killed anyone, except their own members. However, the consistent testimony of former FBI informant Larry Grathwohl, who participated in meetings with Ayers, has been that Ayers told him that Dohrn planted the bomb.

What’s more, the bomb that killed three of their own members when it accidentally exploded in a New York townhouse was an anti-personnel device intended for an Army dance at Fort Dix, New Jersey. Mark Rudd, another member of the Weather Underground, reveals in a new book that he was in favor of planting the bomb, saying that he wanted “this country to have a taste of what it had been dishing out daily in Southeast Asia…” What the U.S. had been trying to do was prevent a communist takeover of South Vietnam.

One might think that a case as old as the McDonnell killing would never be solved. But those familiar with real-life crime shows, such as “Forensic Files” on the TruTV cable channel, know that law enforcement authorities don’t like to give up, and that advances in forensic science have greatly improved the ability to solve the “cold cases.”

To prove the point, in 2007, members of the Black Liberation Army (BLA) were indicted for the 1971 killing of another San Francisco Police Sergeant, John Young. The BLA worked with the Weather Underground.

In fact, the Weather Underground and the BLA in 1981 tried to rob a Brinks truck and killed three law enforcement officers in Rockland County, New York. Weather Underground members Kathy Boudin and David Gilbert went to prison for their roles in the assault, while their “comrades,” Ayers and Dohrn, raised their child, Chesa Boudin. Dohrn was jailed for seven months for refusing to cooperate with a federal grand jury investigating the murders.

Chesa Boudin would grow up and live in Venezuela and become a self-described “foreign policy adviser” to Marxist ruler Hugo Chavez, implicated by the evidence and newspaper accounts in support for the Colombian FARC and Middle Eastern terror groups. By his own admission, Ayers has traveled four times to Venezuela to lecture on “educational” issues. He was described by Venezuelan authorities during one appearance as a former leader of a “revolutionary and anti-imperialist group” that “brought an armed struggle to the USA for more than 10 years from within the womb of the empire.”

At the March 12 news conference at the National Press Club, former congressional investigator Herbert Romerstein will release a detailed report on how the Weather Underground waged a campaign of violence and murder that targeted police and the public. Former FBI informant Grathwohl will repeat his calls for further investigation and justice in the case of Sergeant McDonnell, and Jim Pera, a retired San Francisco police officer who worked with McDonnell and was one of the first on the scene of the bombing, will describe the devastating effect of the blast. Ground-breaking international blogger Trevor Loudon and I will release a report examining how a new “student movement,” under the direction of Ayers and Dohrn and others of their ilk, is emerging on college campuses.

During their time in the Weather Underground, before they became “respectable” and “mainstream” and associated with politicians like Barack Obama, Dohrn and Ayers signed a document, “Prairie Fire: The Politics of Revolutionary Anti-Imperialism,” dedicated to Sirhan Sirhan, the assassin of Robert F. Kennedy. Dohrn, perhaps even more notorious than Ayers, once praised mass murderer Charles Manson as a “true revolutionary” and declared, “Dope is one of our weapons.” Rudd, in his new book, reminisces about his sexual promiscuity, involvement in bombings, and LSD trips. He is today a prominent member of “Progressives for Obama.”

These terrorists, who are hawking books and traveling on college campuses around the country, are increasingly being met with public resistance. Hundreds recently turned out to protest an Ayers speech at St. Mary’s College in California. But can the terrorists continue to escape legal accountability for their past actions and the violence they inflicted on others? In the McDonnell case, the Biennial Report (2007-2008) of the California Department of Justice reported that “In 2000, the SFPD [San Francisco Police Department] reopened its investigation into the bombing of the Park Police Station and requested investigative assistance from the DOJ. The DOJ’s Bureau of Forensic Services was also assigned to identify a latent print collected from the original crime scene.”

After Ayers and Dohrn turned themselves in to authorities, Ayers went back to college and got a PHD in Education. He has managed to incorporate his socialist theories into the curriculum of many schools across the country. My opinion is that he found a way to take down the country he despises by indoctrinating a lot of young people at the behest of the leftists who have wriggled their way into our education system for the last 40 years. He's been paid well by the Chicago left elitists. And, by the way, he is buddies with Ward Churchill, the anarchist professor at Colorado U. who was finally fired recently. Churchill was a supporter of the SDS and the Weather Underground..back in the day.

Next chapter: You Don't Need a Weatherman to Know Which Way the Wind Blows

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