"As for the enemies of freedom, those who are potential adversaries, they will be reminded that peace is the highest aspiration of the American people. We will negotiate for it, sacrifice for it; we will not surrender for it, now or ever." - Reagan, January 20, 1981

"In Vietnam, we tried and failed in a just cause. No More Vietnams can mean we will not try again. It should mean we will not fail again." - from No More Vietnams by Richard Nixon

Wednesday, April 21, 2010

Bill Ayers is a Racist, Genocidal Teabagger

Time for a trip back to the 1960s

"To be young in Chicago was to be a [n-word]."

Those were the words of Weather Underground terrorist group founder William Ayers, speaking toward the beginning of his anti-war activism in the fall of 1968.

At the time, Ayers was a full-time leader of Students for a Democratic Society, the national protest group from which the Weathermen would later splinter.

Ayers in the mid-1960s had first founded Children's Community, an integrated school community in Ann Arbor, Mich. As an education reformist, he gave an interview at the beginning of the 1968 school year to the education magazine "About Schools" in which he described his emerging anti-war activism.

The interview has not received media attention until now.

Ayers described to the publication his participation and subsequent arrest in an anti-war demonstration with two other teachers from Ann Arbor, Diana Oughton and Skip Taube.

"To be young in Chicago was to be a [n-word]," Ayers said of his arrest.

Ayers apparently was claiming he had been the target of discrimination.

He told "About Schools" of one incident in which he tried to get into a hotel to carry out protest activities but was stopped by police. Ayers describes a "handsome" kid with the last name of McCarthy, who was "well-dressed, came along and asked to go in and the police were about to let him," according to the account.

Ayers related McCarthy grabbed another protester named Bill by the arm and said, "He's my friend – we're both going in." Immediately, Ayers said, "the handsome guy became a [n-word] too and both of us were kept out."

That comes to us from Aaron Klein, the only WND guy I read.

Interesting to know how comfortable the communist was using such a disgusting word, and in a public interview no less. But it's not the only time his nazism was expressed - consider what Ayers said to FBI mole Larry Grathwohl about what he wanted to do with those who disagreed with him once he helped our communist enemies take over our country

Grathwohl: I brought up the subject of what's going to happen after we take over the government. You know, we become responsible for administrating, you know, 250 million people. And there was no answer. No one had given any thought to economics. How are you going to clothe and feed these people? The only thing that I could get was that they expected that the Cubans, the North Vietnamese, the Chinese and the Russians would all want to occupy different portions of the United States. They also believed that their immediate responsibility would be to protect against what they called the counter-revolution. And they felt that this counter-revolution could best be guarded against by creating and establishing re-education in the Southwest where we would take all of the people who needed to be re‑educated into the new way of thinking and teach them how things were going to be. I asked, "Well, what is going to happen to those people that we can't re‑educate, that are die-hard capitalists?" And the reply was that they'd have to be eliminated and when I pursued this further, they estimated that they'd have to eliminate 25 million people in these re‑education centers. And when I say eliminate, I mean kill 25 million people. I want you to imagine sitting in a room with 25 people, most of whom have graduate degrees from Columbia and other well-known educational centers and hear them figuring out the logistics for the elimination of 25 million people and they were dead serious.

But Billy Ayers failed - maybe because he was too busy having teabagging orgies with his fellow "Weathermen", as the infamous 9/11/01 News York Times article about his book "Fugitive Days" says

[Ayers] also writes about the Weathermen's sexual experimentation as they tried to ''smash monogamy.'' The Weathermen were ''an army of lovers,'' he says, and describes having had different sexual partners, including his best male friend.

Keep in mind that Bill Ayers is married to Bernardine Dohrn and is not bisexual (not that there is anything wrong with being bisexual or homosexual) - he was just having orgies for the sake of having orgies.

If Bill Ayers and the "Weathermen" are not the definition of a violent mob of teabaggers, then I don't know what is. And they are leftists.

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