posted on Apr, 24 2008 @ 08:38 PM
The Ayers- Dohr 2007 Audio (Hugh Hewitt)
*Declared "war on Amerikkka"at its Flint War Council in 1969
*Responsible for the deaths of police officers and the wanton destruction of public property
*Some former members are now comfortably ensconced in University professorships
Weatherman (known colloquially as The Weathermen) was a political faction elected in 1968 to lead the radical group Students for a Democratic Society
(SDS). The organization took its name from a line in the Bob Dylan song Subterranean Homesick Blues ("You don't need a weatherman to know which way
the wind blows"). Emerging in 1969 as the most militant wing of the SDS's Revolutionary Youth Movement, the fledgling Weatherman issued a
"manifesto" eschewing nonviolence and calling instead for armed opposition to U.S. policies; advocating the overthrow of capitalism; exhorting white
radicals to trigger a worldwide revolution by fighting in the streets of the "mother country"; and proclaiming that the time had come to launch a
race war against the "white" United States on behalf of the non-white Third World.
Grounded in identity politics, Weatherman ideology and rhetoric rebelled against what later came to be known as America's "white skin privilege."
Weatherman opposed the strategy of a rival SDS faction, Progressive Labor, which rejected the sexual and chemical excesses of the counter-cultural
movements of the 1960s in favor of a purer, Marxist-Leninist popular front movement aimed at developing student-labor alliances.
FBI files from 1976, recently made public under the Freedom of Information Act, confirm the connections between Weatherman, Havana, and Moscow.
Weatherman leaders like Mark Rudd traveled illegally to Havana in 1968 to engage in terrorist training. There, camps set up by Soviet KGB Colonel
Vadim Kotchergine were educating Westerners both in Marxist philosophy and urban warfare.
Ayers addresses a Students for a Democratic Society (SDS) reunion in November 2007. He favorably quotes Chairman Mao's right-hand man while
discussing the past and future roles of revolution.
In the process of doing some late-night research for both my own radio show and the program I produce, I stumbled upon a number of breathtaking videos
featuring unrepentant terrorists William Ayers and Bernadine Dohrn. Both are now gainfully employed at major Chicago-area universities, and both have
longtime connections to presidential candidate Barack Obama. The audio linked below falls into two categories: First, a number of "terror era"
comments from Ayers and Dohrn from the late 1960s and 1970s emphasize how truly radical, violent, and virulently anti-American they were. The second
batch comes from a recent reunion of aging radicals in November 2007. These clips show that Obama's pals are as unhinged as ever, and they severely
undermine Team Obama's spin that Ayers and Dohrn are now "respectable" members of the political "mainstream."