Tuesday, October 21, 2008

What the University Hath Wrought

To be as clear as possible: This is the organization the unrepentant Wm. Ayres belonged to. This was their vision for America in the 1960s. When considering the Plumber Treatment Joe Wurzelbacher received at the hands of Obama's eager supporters and invisible goon squads, if you still have questions, please read the following:

No Place To Hide Transcript via the Reality Zone

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Part One

Part Two

Part Three

Part Four

Part Five

Part Six

What is interesting about this 1980 Public Television special, is that it would probably never be made today. If it were to be produced at all, it would be coming from the Marxist world view that so permeates academia and the press today.  The benefits of a university education. Sowing seeds for our future destruction.  We are reaping the firestorm of a whirwind created a half century ago. How long will it take to undo the damage? Certainly not in one election cycle.

Posted by Joe Noory @ 'No Pasaran'

Thank You, Europe for all Your Wonderful Ideas

Change and hope, 60's style: Ayres Weather Underground planned to kill 25 million Americans in re-education camps

"I bought up the subject of what's going to happen after we take over the government. We, we become responsible, then, for administrating, you know, 250 million people.

And there was no answers. 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 and the North Vietnamese and 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 centers in the southwest, where we would take all 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's 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 would 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 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."

Larry Grathwohl, former member of the Weather Underground.

- Thank you, Stavn Pirana

From the narrator of No Place to Hide:
Griffin: One of the problems with the subject of terrorism is that new events are occurring daily, and it's never possible to remain completely up to date. By the time you see this program, undoubtedly there will have been more bloodshed and more human suffering almost everywhere in the world, but the pattern will not have changed. In the final analysis, the pattern of terrorism is more important than the repetitious details, because, if we can recognize that pattern, we have a chance to anticipate the next development and, then hopefully, to be able to do something about it.
The strategy of terrorism is bizarre, but it works. It has already succeeded in many countries, and it's well into the middle or final stages of development in the rest of the world. It definitely can happen here.
Our defense does not lie in specially trained military units or in new psychological techniques for negotiating with terrorists. The only way to combat terrorism is to prevent it, and that requires an efficient intelligence network. The issue is clear. We must pick up the pieces and re-assemble our internal security system.
The Marxist-Leninists could never succeed if their intended victims were aware of the strategy and tactics being used against them. By the same token, if these ploys remain unknown to the average person, then no amount of intelligence operations or internal security can protect us, because innocent people, particularly among the youth who are being exposed to the theories of Marx and Lenin, will fall into the trap, and new revolutionaries will be created faster than the old ones can even be identified. So the ultimate solution lies in an informed electorate, the rock foundation of any system that hopes to remain free.

These are the people who make up the America-hating organizations that your future president Barack H. Obama calls friends and neighbors. 

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  1. Yeah. What's worse is that I'm really beginning to think that the most sinister forces in the world are the driving the bus and controlling the vast sums of money behind Obama's meteoric rise to imminent power. I am almost ready to believe we are witnessing a choreographed coup, bloodless but nevertheless deadly, of our glorious republic.

    What's so ironic, is that even a chimp can see all the blood and filth and scum on Obama's hands and those of his handlers, but John Q. couldn't care less. Q sees only the radiance of the floodlights on the stage set. To Obama's horns, and the blood of innocents dripping from his blue lips, they are utterly oblivious.

    Things aren't too great here right now, so I haven't had much time to chew the cud with you. Some things I meant to tell you if given the time:

    I was in attendance at Rubinstein's last concert with the Cleveland Orchestra at Severence Hall. He performed the "The Emperor" Concerto, and it was magnificent.

    The movie that reminded me is some kind of adaptation of a Vonnegut short story I read a long time ago. It's not the same story, because I remember Bergeron gets dumb, not dead. Oh well. Maybe you can fill me in. Anyway, the movie was fascinating, considering the current climate. Ayers and the Obama forces would love to get their hands on some of those headbands.

    I read all your stuff and I really enjoyed it all. Some is hysterical. Some is poignant. I always tell you how talented you are, but I must say you have some issues, young lady. I've lived next to Nielsons and Slutzes both, but I feel a lot of pain in your writing that doesn't relate to the kooky side of things. I hope you're happy.

    I still haven't had a taste of Sabra. Damn store.

    I don't remember the rest now, but there's more. I'll tell you when I recall.

  2. Indeed, I had many issues. Most of them stemmed from living in a violent neighborhood. Much had to do with losing my mother at 8, but I did develop a sense of humor that has held me and my marriage together. Having seen the darker side of humanity can make you more hardened or more finely tuned to the pain all around you. It would never occur to me to wallow in the travails of my youth....that would be unAmerican.
    True about this being a bloodless coup. There will be blood, though. Such tyrants can't stand disrespect ridicule or being questioned. If anyone thought that the Clintons were ruthless in dealing with their enemies, they haven't seen anything, yet.


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