Ayers And Dohrn Interview

Ayers talks about leaving an era of fear based on 9/11, the typical liberal position that Bush was reelected based on fear of another attack… Well how about the fear of a complete economic collapse that camp Obama used in the election. Or how about the fear that Sarah Palin would have been one heartbeat away from the Presidency. Those were Fear based campaigns created by the Obama camp.

The he goes on to talk about repression and constitutional shreading and scapegoating of gay and lesbian people… Well Obama’s victory has created more division with the gay and lesbian community… Mr. Ayers watch the news, Prop8 has created a firestorm. The large turnout of voters for Barack is more than likely the cause of it, the same people voting for Barack decided to vote against gay and lesbians…

Then he rambles on about creating new movements that the President has to react to… I wonder if these are the same movements as he advocated in the 60s.

His wonderful wife then goes on to talk about the joy the world felt about the election of Barack Obama.

Notice how she includes EVERYONE by naming any possible situation and place… The country is still just as divided politically as it was prior to the elections. Remember Barack Obama only got 52% of the vote. That is not even close to an overwhelming majority… Then goes on to say it is a “pretty decisive” rejection of the politics of fear… Again what about the Obama fear factor…

Then she goes on to talk about this election proved the Bradly effect has been overcome… Well then case closed, the racist America that was potrayed prior to the election was proven false, thus the blaming the White man for everything needs to stop.

And then… She tries to show that the Ayers controversy and the question that many of us have, who is Barack Obama and what does he really stand for, we do not know enough about him, is false… Sorry honey, I do not know enough about him. He has used this mask of hiding things from the public until he gets caught on it to hide who he is or his lack of experience.

What is known about Barack Obama is minimal, less that we knew about Sarah Palin, yet she was only running for Vice President. Yet the media found everything out about her.

Then the big denial… He only knew them casually… Read your husbands book… Family Friends.

He has been vetted and vetted and vetted… No he hasn’t. He has been questioned by the people and we have not gotten satisfactory answers to those questions. The media has avoided any real investigation in him. Each time something comes out, he alienates those involved, including you and your husband.

Then she goes into the African American man racism etc… Which she disproved by her statement of the Bradly effect not happening during the election.

Neither of them think we are in a post racial world… Well of course not, how many black people voted for Barack Obama because he is black? How many white people voted for Barack Obama out of fear of being labelled racists if they did not, How many white people voted for Barack Obama out of feeling guilty for the treatment of black people…

The fear of a black man as president was rejected by almost all sectors of the population… 52% honey… Those things had already been rejected prior to the election… Most of us that voted for McCain did so because he was the lesser of the two evils, it had nothing to do with race for us. This fear of the blackman was not a factor for us.

 

William Ayers GMA Interview About Obama – 11/14/08

William Ayers – Obama Is A Family Friend

By Ayers own adminission in his book, delayed to be released after the 2008 election, he and Obama are Family Friends. Remember Obama flatly denied this. Obama LIED to the public, made sure Ayers and his wife did not say anything to the press prior to the election. 

Also notice the caption of the picture, Ayers listening to Rev. Wright… Obama’s spiritual guide that he also disassociated himself with… You know the God Damn America guy… hmmm. 3 Days after election day Wright and Ayers… Where’s Rashid? Maybe he is over with Hamas getting some planning done… Where is Rezko… Oh yea jail…

I do not care that he was friends with Ayers, it is the fact that he lied about it to the public and the public sucked it up.

People of America, Wake UP! More Change You Can Believe In!

 

Bill Ayers at Northwestern

Bill Ayers, former 1960s radical activist turned college professor, listens to Rev. Jeremiah Wright Jr. speak at Northwestern University during an event hosted by Northwestern’s Black Student Alliance. Ayers’ name gained prominence during the presidential race when John McCain’s campaign accused Barack Obama of having close ties to Ayers. (Tribune photo by Charles Cherney / November 7, 2008)

 

In a new afterword to his memoir, 1960s radical William Ayers describes himself as a “family friend” of President-elect Barack Obama and writes that the campaign controversy over their relationship was an effort by Obama’s political enemies to “deepen a dishonest narrative” about the candidate.

Ayers describes phone threats and hate e-mail he received during the campaign, and he bemoans Obama’s guilt by association.

During the campaign, Ayers’ friendship with Obama was a favorite subject of conservative bloggers and talk show hosts who insisted the two were closer than the candidate was admitting. Ayers’ new description of the relationship seems to contradict Obama’s statements.

Obama had dismissed Ayers as “a guy who lives in my neighborhood” and “somebody who worked on education issues in Chicago that I know.”

A campaign spokesman told The New York Times last month that Ayers and Obama hadn’t spoken by phone or exchanged e-mail messages since Obama became a U.S. senator in January 2005. Obama himself denounced the “detestable acts” Ayers engaged in during the Vietnam era.

In the updated version of his 2001 book “Fugitive Days,” Ayers calls into question one of the more incendiary quotes attributed to him during the campaign: “I’m nowadays often quoted as saying, ‘I don’t regret setting bombs. I wish we’d set more bombs. I don’t think we did enough.’

“I never actually said that I ‘set bombs,’ nor that I wished there were ‘more bombs.’ … I killed no one, and I harmed no one, and I didn’t regret for a minute resisting the murderous assault on Viet Nam with every ounce of my being.”

He was particularly disturbed by a newspaper headline published in 2001: “No regrets for a love of explosives.”

“That’s neither my narrative nor my sentiment,” Ayers wrote, “but the idea was seized upon by the neocon media machine: I was an unrepentent and violent terrorist.”

Ayers wrote the new afterword on July 4, “in the heat of the summer presidential campaign, with all its attendant bells and whistles and spin, all the diversion and dissembling that happens every four years when the big election carnival rolls into town.”

Now a professor at the University of Illinois at Chicago and an expert on public school reform, Ayers was a member of the Weather Underground, a radical organization that claimed responsibility for a dozen bombings from 1970 to 1974.

He’ll appear Friday on “Good Morning America” to promote the re-issue of his book this week. The Tribune obtained a copy of the updated material.

In it, Ayers — who did not respond to requests for comment — summarized his relationship with Obama: “[W]e had served together on the board of a foundation, knew one another as neighbors and family friends, held an initial fund-raiser at my house, where I’d made a small donation to his earliest political campaign.”

Ayers lamented that his relationship with Obama became an issue.

“The more serious point is that Obama was asked once more to defend something that ought to be at the very heart of democracy: the importance of talking to many people in this complicated and wildly diverse society, of listening with the possibility of learning something new, of speaking with the possibility of persuading or influencing others. … In a robust and sophisticated democracy, political leaders, indeed, all of us, would seek out ways to talk with many people who hold dissenting, even radical, ideas.”

Obama was criticized by Sen. John McCain throughout the campaign for suggesting that, as president, he would sit down with the leaders of rogue nations like Iran and attempt to have substantive discussions.

LATimes Tape Exposes Barack Obama’s Anti-Israeli Stance

Well well well… Yep trying to hide something… It is not about protecting a source it is about protecting Obama… More Change You Can Believe In!

You know the videotape that shows Barack Obama toasting PLO terrorist Rashid Khalidi? The one that the Los Angeles Times refuses to release?

“The Los Angeles Times did not publish the videotape because it was provided to us by a confidential source who did so on the condition that we not release it,” said the newspaper’s editor, Russ Stanton…

How frickin’ stupid do they think we are? Someone gave the Times a videotape so it wouldn’t be released? And they can’t publish a transcript?

I guess that’s the kind of executive talent the newspaper business is attracting these days.

However, I received a tip from a person who has provided useful, accurate and unique data from LA before (e.g., “All six of CNN’s ‘undecided voters’ were Democratic operatives“). Take it for what it’s worth, but I believe this person is on target.

Saw a clip from the tape. Reason we can’t release it is because statements Obama said to rile audience up during toast. He congratulates Khalidi for his work saying “Israel has no God-given right to occupy Palestine” plus there’s been “genocide against the Palestinian people by Israelis.”

It would be really controversial if it got out. Tha’s why they will not even let a transcript get out.

Yep, I guess that would do it.

Update/FAQ on this post

Is there really a tape? Yes. The Times has acknowledged that the tape exists.

Why won’t the Times release the tape? They’ve now come up with four reasons over the past few days for suppressing the video. None of the answers make sense. As for their most recent excuse (they promised not to release it) Ed Morrissey asks the critical question.

“‘The Los Angeles Times did not publish the videotape because it was provided to us by a confidential source who did so on the condition that we not release it,’ said the newspaper’s editor, Russ Stanton. ‘The Times keeps its promises to sources.'”

That explanation raises more questions than it answers. If the Times promised to keep the videotape under wraps, then it must contain content other than their “detailed account of the events”. What exactly did the LA Times leave out of its reporting in April? If it left nothing out, then what good was the promise not to release the tape itself?

Do you know who sent the tip? No.

Why believe the tip? While I receive a lot of tips and links, I seldom publish them. This particular email address has provided accurate and unique information in the past, as I noted above. No one else reported the information and I found it to be accurate in the past. As I said, take it for what it’s worth.

Why doesn’t the Times just publish a transcript? Why indeed.

Update IIDebbie, who apparently broke the original tape story, has a suspected source for the video.Charles Johnson and Gateway Pundit have excellent summaries.

William Ayers’ Prairie Fire

LGF has a pdf of Weather Underground’s Prairie Fire

A little green birdie dropped off a package for us; the PDF version of Barack Obama associates “Billy” Ayers’ and Bernardine Dohrn’s 1974 communist declaration of war against the United States.

Includes the dedication to Sirhan Sirhan, assassin of Robert F. Kennedy, on page 5.

You may have read about this book, or seen it mentioned on Hannity and Colmes, but you cannot appreciate how radically insane and violent it is until you read it for yourself.

LGF reader Joel ran the document through the Adobe OCR software to convert it to searchable text, and reduced the graphics quality so it would fit in one file:

Prairie Fire complete. (4.8M)

Links to the original PDF files:

Prairie Fire Part 1. (6.3M)
Prairie Fire Part 2. (6.5M)
Prairie Fire Part 3. (6.7M)

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