Tuesday, May 7, 2013

Bill Ayers Says He’s Not Like the Boston Marathon Bombers

Ever heard of Bill Ayers?

Probably only if you’re a conservative junkie like me. So let me let the wholly verifiable www.Conservadia.com fill you in:

“William Charles ‘Bill’ Ayers (born December 26, 1944 in Oak Park, Illinois) is currently a professor at the University of Illinois at Chicago and former Chicago community organizer. He is best known as a founder of the internationally supported terrorist Weather Underground Organization (WUO), and as a good friend of U.S. President Barack Obama. The WUO has often mistakenly been labeled as a Vietnam era protest organization, however many of the organization’s activities continued well past the end of American involvement in Vietnam, the fall of South Vietnam, and the victory of the Communist regime of North Vietnam, which was the group’s oft-stated goals. Ayers is the husband of terrorist Bernadine Dohrn.”

Summed up, Bill Ayers was a far-left domestic terrorist who believed – and still believes to this day – in furthering socialism, which he’s willing to achieve by any means including:

  • Bombing the U.S. Capitol in 1971
  • Bombing the Pentagon in 1972
  • Bombing the U.S. Department of State in 1975
All in all, Ayers and his Weather Underground Organization were responsible for around 72 bombings, some in protest of the Vietnam War – which they considered an example of U.S. oppression and repression – and some in protest to some other left-wing terrorist-dream.

Yet Ayers is now taking issue with being compared to the Boston Marathon bombers, claiming that “There is no relationship at all between what Weather Underground members did and the bombings that two brothers allegedly committed on April 15 in Massachusetts.”

As Breitbart Editor Ben Shapiro puts it, “That, of course, is not true. The only difference between what the Weather Underground did and what the Tsarnaevs did in Boston is that the Tsarnaevs were significantly more competent.”

He also notes that “The Tsarnaevs also thought they were stopping Western killing of indigenous peoples. The only difference is that they didn’t live long enough to become college professors.”

Not to use too light a tone when discussing such vile men, but…

Oh snap!

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