3000 whacked out U.S. wakademics sign pro-Ayers petition

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Bill Ayers

More than 3,000 educators signed a petition supporting former domestic terrorist Bill Ayers, picture above. (AP photo)


Educators signed a petition praising William Ayers as an education reformer whose ties to the domestic terrorist group Weather Underground are just “history.” 

* Bill Ayers’ Terrorist Group Discussed Genocide of Americans

More than 3,200 supporters — most of them educators — have signed a petition protesting what they say is the “demonization of Professor William Ayers,” asserting that his violent actions as the co-founder of the Weather Underground were just “history.” 

Barack Obama’s ties to Ayers have been questioned during the presidential campaign by critics who call the professor a “domestic terrorist.”

Among the people who signed the petition are No. 5, Columbia University professor of Arab studies Rashid Khalidi, and No. 814, former University of Colorado at Boulder professor Ward Churchill.

Click here to see the petition. 

Churchill made headlines when he called the victims of the September 11 attacks on the World Trade Center “little Eichmanns” and compared them to Nazis in an essay. He was fired from his job in Boulder for plagiarism. 

Khalidi, a Palestinian activist, was a director of the Palestinian Liberation Organization’s press agency in 1982, according to The New York Times, when the PLO was still designated by the U.S. government as a terrorist organization.

Obama spent time with Khalidi when the two were professors in Chicago, and paid him a special tribute during a farewell dinner for the firebrand professor in 2003, reminiscing about meals prepared by Khalidi’s wife, according to the LA Times.

Obama has distanced himself from Khalidi, whom he called an academic acquaintance. “He is not one of my advisers. He’s not one of my foreign policy people. He is a respected scholar, although he vehemently disagrees with a lot of Israel’s policy,” he said during a campaign event.

The petition, circulated online, asserts that Ayers is a well-respected, nationally-known figure in the education world, and critics who call him an “unrepentant terrorist” and “lunatic leftist” are “part of a pattern of ‘exposes’ and assaults designed to intimidate free thinking and stifle critical dialogue.”

It is unclear who wrote the petition; its first signatory, Professor Gloria Ladson-Billings of the University of Wisconsin, could not be reached for comment.

The petition does acknowledge Ayers’ participation in the anti-war movement, but makes no mention of his ties to Weather Underground or to the group’s bombings of public buildings.

“It’s true that Professor Ayers participated passionately in the civil rights and antiwar movements of the 1960s, as did hundreds of thousands of Americans. His participation in political activity 40 years ago is history; what is most relevant now is his continued engagement in progressive causes, and his exemplary contribution — including publishing 16 books — to the field of education,” it reads.

Ayers’ next book, “Race Course Against White Supremacy,” will publish on June 1, 2009, according to Amazon.com. 

George Leef, director of research for the John William Pope Center for Higher Education Policy, Raliegh, N.C., said he isn’t surprised so many academics have signed the petition.

“I don’t think they know much about this. Most of them at least have not looked into exactly what it is that Ayers was proposing,” Leef said.

“They’re signing on to this because they think it will help their preferred candidate, which doesn’t speak very well of their intellectual integrity,” Leef said. “History should be important to teachers.”

Ayers helped found the radical anti-war Weather Underground in the late Sixties. The group claimed responsibility for bombing the Pentagon, U.S. Capitol and a New York Supreme Court justice’s home. Three of its members were killed when bombs intended for the U.S. Army base at Fort Dix, N.J., and Columbia University exploded in a New York City townhouse in 1969.

Obama has been criticized for refusing to elaborate on the extent of his relationship with Ayers and for claiming to have had no idea Ayers was involved with Weather Underground when the two served together on two education boards in Chicago.

The Obama campaign has noted that the Democratic presidential candidate was 8-years-old when Ayers and the Weather Underground were active, and that Obama has no link to their activities.

Ayers has said he has “no regrets” about his participation in the domestic terror group.


Thanks to Atlas

Confederate Yankee discovered this revelation in the book of a former FBI informant who penetrated the group claimed he witnessed a meeting in which members discussed a future communist takeover of America in which some 25 million “diehard capitalists” would need to be killed. Video here.

Larry Grathwohl spoke of this frightening freak show in the 1982 documentary “No Place to Hide”. Instead of these insane anarchists (that did bomb federal buildings), they are teaching our children and instituting education reform. 

Just a Little Genocide 

I asked, “well what is going to happen to those people we can’t reeducate, that are diehard capitalists?” and the reply was that they’d have to be eliminated. And when I pursued this further, they estimated they would have to eliminate 25 million people in these reeducation centers.

And when I say “eliminate,” I mean “kill.”

Twenty-five million people.

I want you to imagine sitting in a room with 25 people, most of which 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.

7 thoughts on “3000 whacked out U.S. wakademics sign pro-Ayers petition”

  1. I’m glad I don’t have kids, because I’d have a hell of a time deprogramming them after these “educators” got through filling their heads with total crapola.

  2. Well, look who is back – its the frollicking mole!!! I didnt know that a virus could write!!.

  3. These academics are quite right, it is just history and to make sure we remember our history and not repeat the mistakes that were made, I am asking their support to declare the 20th of April an international day of remembrance for uncle Adolf.

  4. thefrollickingmole Says:
    October 24th, 2008 at 10:45 am
    “We are all glad you don’t have children, one less turd in the gene pool.”


  5. “mole” – a primitive insectivore which can’t see, eats worms and smells bad. Par for the course.
    I always thought “history” extended a little further back than six years ago, when comrade Ayers lamented the fact that he hadn’t blown up more facilities and people.

  6. Joe Grey Says:
    October 25th, 2008 at 3:08 am

    ???Have you informed the FBI?

    50 million Americans without health insurance, the only nation in the western world where you can be bankrupted by medical bills. The US has the highest infant mortality in the western world.
    6 million Americans about to lose their homes and you are worried about some conspiracy theory???

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