A Detective's Guide To The Obama Story

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WHAT do you write when whatever you say has already been proved LIES ?

This came from a post on the following website….. http://modernmilitiamovement.com/group/open-discussion/forum/topic/show?id=6453824%3ATopic%3A971449&xg_source=msg

This came from a union guy in Chicago who didn’t vote for Obama.

H/T Lisa

Very, very interesting perspective that I never thought of in this light. ——————- It will be interesting to see what they put in his “Presidential Library” about his early years when he is out of office. In a country where we take notice of many, many facets of our public figures’ lives, doesn’t seem odd that there’s so little we know about our current president, Barack Obama.

For example, we know that Andrew Jackson ‘s wife smoked a corn cob pipe and was accused of adultery; Abe Lincoln never went to school;

Jack Kennedy wore a back brace; Harry Truman played the piano. As Americans, we enjoy knowing details about our newsmakers, but none of us know one single humanizing fact about the history of our own president. We are all aware of the lack of uncontestable birth records for Obama; that document managing has been spectacularly successful. There are however, several additional oddities in Obama’s history that appear to be as well managed as the birthing issue. One other interesting thing… There are no birth certificates of his daughters that can be found ? It’s interesting that no one who ever dated him has shown up. The charisma that caused women to be drawn to him so strongly during his campaign, certainly would in the normal course of events, lead some lady to come forward, if only to garner some attention for herself. We all know about JFK’s magnetism, that McCain was no monk and quite a few details about Palin’s courtship and even her athletic prowess, Joe Biden’s aneurisms are no secret; look at Cheney and Clinton, we all know about their heart problems. Certainly Wild Bill Clinton’s exploits before and during his White House years, were well known. That’s why it’s so odd that not one lady has stepped up and said, “He was soooo shy…” or “What a great dancer…” It’s virtually impossible to know anything about this fellow. Who was the best man at his wedding? Start there. Then check groomsmen. Then get the footage of the graduation ceremony. Has anyone talked to the professors? It is odd that no one is bragging that they knew him or taught him or lived with him. When did he meet Michele, and how? Are there photos there? Every president gives to the public all their photos, etc. for their library, etc. What has he released? And who in hell voted for him to be the most popular man in 2010? Doesn’t this make you wonder? Ever wonder why no one ever came forward from President Obama’s past saying they knew him, attended school with him, was his friend, etc?? Not one person has ever come forward from his past. It certainly is very, very strange… This should be a cause for great concern. To those who voted for him, you may have elected an unqualified, inexperienced shadow man. Have you seen a movie named “The Manchurian Candidate” As insignificant as each of us might be, someone with whom we went to school will remember our name or face; someone will remember we were the clown or the dork or the brain or the quiet one or the bully or something about us. George Stephanopoulos of ABC News said the same thing during the 2008 campaign. He questions why no one has acknowledged the president was in their classroom or ate in the same cafeteria or made impromptu speeches on campus. Stephanopoulos also was a classmate of Obama at Columbia — the class of 1984. He says he never had a single class with him. He is such a great orator; why doesn’t anyone in Obama’s college class remember him? Why won’t he allow Columbia to release his records? Nobody remembers Obama at Columbia University …. Looking for evidence of Obama’s past, Fox News contacted 400 Columbia University students from the period when Obama claims to have been there… but none remembered him. Wayne Allyn Root was, like Obama, a political science major at Columbia who also graduated in 1983. In 2008, Root says of Obama, “I don’t know a single person at Columbia that knew him, and they all know me. I don’t have a classmate who ever knew Barack Obama at Columbia, ever.” Nobody recalls him. Root adds that he was also, like Obama, Class of ’83 Political Science, and says, “You don’t get more exact or closer than that. Never met him in my life, don’t know anyone who ever met him. At the class reunion, our 20th reunion five years ago, who was asked to be the speaker of the class? Me. No one ever heard of Barack! And five years ago, nobody even knew who he was. The guy who writes the class notes, who’s kind of the, as we say in New York, ‘the macha’ who knows everybody, has yet to find a person, a human who ever met him.” Obama’s photograph does not appear in the school’s yearbook and Obama consistently declines requests to talk about his years at Columbia, provide school records, or provide the name of any former classmates or friends while at Columbia . Some other interesting questions: Why was Obama’s law license inactivated in 2002? it is said there is no record of him ever taking the Bar exam. Why was Michelle’s law license inactivated by court order? We understand that was forced to avoid fraud charges. It is circulating that according to the U.S. Census, there is only one Barack Obama but 27 Social Security numbers and over 80 aliases connected to him. The Social Security number he uses now originated in Connecticut where he is reported to have never lived. And was originally registered to another man (Thomas Louis Wood) from Connecticut, who died in Hawaii while on vacation there. As we all know Social Security Numbers are only issued ‘once, they are not reused’ No wonder all his records are sealed…

Please continue sending this out to everyone. Somewhere, someone had to know him in school … before he reorganized” Chicago & burst upon the Scene at the 2004 Democratic Convention.


In view of recent events, let us again review the Obama / Ayers / Dohrn relationship.

Let us also throw in Mike KLONSKY, (C.P.USA) and ponder on the result! — WHY is our Education system in such a mess?

Well………. This excellent American Spectator article of 2011, fills in some of the holes!

They’re All in This Together

By Alfred S. Regnery from the September 2011 issue

Asked during the 2008 presidential campaign about his relationship with the left-wing radical Bill Ayers, Barack Obama replied that Ayers was just “a guy who lives in my neighborhood.” He implied that to even bring that questionable relationship out of the shadows was a mean-spirited, guilt-by-association political tactic. Ayers, Obama went on, had done something deplorable “forty years ago when I was six or seven years old.”

Otherwise, Obama insisted, Ayers was a paragon of virtue: a respectable fixture in mainstream Chicago, a professor at the University of Illinois at Chicago, on a foundation board focused on education that included “Republicans, bankers, lawyers.” Ayers had even worked for, and was a good friend of, Mayor Richard M. Daley. The Obama campaign at once launched a crusade to distance Obama from Ayers. It went so far as to actually defend the man who had implicated himself in terror bombings in his own 2001 memoir, Fugitive Days.

In fact, Ayers and his wife, Bernardine Dohrn​, were radical Marxist revolutionaries in the Vietnam War era. They were founders of the Weather Underground​, a violent terrorist arm of Students for a Democratic Society. Both were eventually indicted in federal court, and Dohrn by the State of Illinois. Rather than face a trial they jumped bail and disappeared into the underground in 1970. After they resurfaced 11 years later, both were admitted into the halls of academia. Ayers became a Distinguished Professor of Education and a Senior University Scholar at the University of Illinois-Chicago. Incredibly, Dohrn became a law professor at Northwestern.

The American Spectator has developed information that demonstrates, without any doubt, that Ayers and Dohrn have spent a lifetime advocating and practicing the strategies and tactics of Marxism. That includes the violent overthrow of the United States government. It also involves treasonous cooperation with revolutionary Communist governments in China, North Vietnam, and Cuba during the 1960s and ’70s and, until the fall of the Eastern Bloc, governments in Eastern Europe and the Soviet Union. But unlike many of their compatriots from those days of violence and turmoil, Ayers and Dohrn are completely unrepentant about their past activities. To this day, they continue to support destruction of the American free enterprise system and its replacement with a Marxist utopia.

What, then, is the relationship between these two hard-core leftist revolutionaries and the president of the United States, and why is it important?

It is important, first, because Obama, along with Ayers and Dohrn, went to great lengths to mislead voters during the fall of 2008. They “just lived in the same neighborhood” and had little contact, they pretended. On the contrary, The American Spectator‘s investigation has concluded that Obama and his campaign staff, with the help of the mainstream media, lied outright about his relationship with Ayers. It has also concluded that Ayers lied about it as well. The Ayers-Obama association is far deeper, longer, and more significant than was ever acknowledged during the campaign.

The relationship is important, second, because Ayers and Dohrn are not reformed former radicals who have abandoned their old habits. Indeed, they are unrepentant, violent radicals who may have adopted new tactics to upend the United States and what it stands for, but whose goals remain just what they were in 1970.

Furthermore, the relationship is important because of the policies and issues that both Ayers and, to a lesser degree, Dohrn worked on with Obama during the 20 years preceding his election to the presidency. These include education reform, juvenile justice, ACORN, and community organizing, among others. Taken together, they demonstrate the extent to which these hard-core left-wingers influenced today’s president of the United States.

Finally, it is important because of Ayers’s relationship, through his powerful businessman father, with Chicago’s Daley family, who happen to be among the most ardent Obama supporters and promoters. As Chicago’s state’s attorney, Richard M. Daley presided over the plea bargain for Dohrn when she surfaced from the underground. He later continued to support Ayers and Dohrn during his long tenure as mayor of Chicago from 1989 to 2011. Daley even launched an unapologetic defense of Ayers when the relationship with Obama was exposed during the 2008 campaign.

BILL AYERS is a limousine revolutionary. He was born into a wealthy Chicago family, raised in the leafy western Chicago suburbs, educated at the best schools, and benefited from connections and privilege wherever he turned. His father, Thomas Ayers, was CEO and president of Commonwealth Edison, Chicago’s electric utility company, and sat on several influential boards, including those of the Chicago Tribune, Northwestern University, and the Chicago Symphony. In 1966, Mayor Richard J. Daley enlisted Thomas Ayers, a close friend, to head negotiations with Dr. Martin Luther King for a city-wide open housing agreement. Tom Ayers was so successful at talking out of both sides of his mouth that King claimed victory while, according to local press accounts, Daley could claim he was able to “preserve the segregationist status quo.”

After a couple of mediocre years in a suburban public high school, Bill Ayers transferred to Lake Forest Academy, an upscale prep school for boys on suburban Chicago’s north shore. (I attended the same school, before Ayers’s arrival). He then went on to the University of Michigan in 1963, where he liked to consider himself a jock because he roomed with the Wolverines’ star running back. He spent a summer working for Leo Burnett, Chicago’s largest ad agency, a job arranged by his father. But he soon joined protests and demonstrations. He was arrested and spent 10 days in jail for trying to disrupt the Ann Arbor draft board. Shortly thereafter he joined Students for a Democratic Society (SDS) and was well on his way to becoming a Marxist and self-styled radical revolutionary.

Bernardine Dohrn seemed made for Ayers; one has to wonder if God doesn’t find the perfect mate even for people who don’t believe in Him. A native of Milwaukee, Dohrn spent her first two years of college at Miami University of Ohio, but transferred to the University of Chicago after she was blackballed at the Delta Delta Delta sorority because she was half-Jewish. She graduated from the University of Chicago law school. But instead of taking the bar exam, she became an organizer for the National Lawyers Guild, a group identified by the FBI as a Communist front. She also became active in SDS.

As she rose to prominence in SDS, Dohrn and Mark Rudd, leader of the SDS at Columbia, split off from SDS in 1969. For them, SDS was too passive in its radicalism and opposition to the Vietnam War. They believed a more militant group, one that would preach violent class hatred and worldwide revolution, was needed. They called themselves the Weathermen after the Bob Dylan line, “You don’t need a weatherman to know which way the wind blows.”

Dohrn was unique in far-left circles: no wire-rims, no stringy hair, and no sackcloth. Peter Collier and David Horowitz, in their 1989 book Destructive Generation, write that when Dohrn arrived in New York City in 1967, “with her tight miniskirt and knee-high Italian leather boots, she created an instant sensation among males in Movement circles.” Even SDS president Greg Calvert was astonished. “I’ll never forget the first time I saw Bernardine,” he said. “She was wearing an orange sweater and a purple skirt, and while everyone else had on Stop the War buttons, hers said Cunnilingus is Cool, Fellatio is Fun. She had a boyfriend…but like others buoyed by the new air of sexual freedom, she had relationships with men who interested her.” J. Edgar Hoover later nicknamed her “La Pasionaria of the Lunatic Left.”

DOHRN WAS ALWAYS one of SDS’s most radical and outspoken leaders. When she ran for SDS “Interorganizational Secretary” in 1968, she was asked whether she was a socialist. When she answered that she was a revolutionary communist, she won by a landslide. In order to assure everybody of her bona fides, she announced that “what we’re about is being crazy motherf—ers and scaring the s–t out of honky America.”

Although Ayers and Dohrn were both active Weathermen during the late 1960s, they did not hook up until sometime in 1969. But in the meantime, Ayers’s libido was as vibrant as Dohrn’s. He bragged to his comrades of dozens of sexual exploits, and wrote in his book Fugitive Days, “We assumed an outlaw stance, embraced a subversive sexual style, and resisted civic instruction in sexual propriety, blazing utopian trails shimmering with mystery and romance, dripping with desire, swollen with excess. Our lovemaking filled the crackling skies.” He went on to describe an orgy of the most extreme proportions: “We experimented feverishly because we were kids, and because our instincts were anarchistic, vigorous and unrestrained. One night after a fierce and bloody demonstration in Washington, a hundred of us created a moaning sexual pageant in a loft off Dupont Circle, flaunting and parading our outrageous exuberance.”

They may have talked about childlike exuberance, but what they actually did was not childlike at all. A summary of Weathermen activity prepared by the FBI in 1976 concluded that Ayers and his comrades were full-blown Marxists intent on violently undermining the United States while aiding the North Vietnamese in their struggle against “American Imperialism.” Ayers, according to the FBI report, unabashedly claimed that his “National Action” against the Vietnam War was designed to help the North Vietnamese and the Viet Cong, and would help build an American revolutionary youth movement.

It did not take long for rhetoric to be replaced with violence. In October 1969 the Weathermen launched their “Days of Rage” against the war with a dynamite blast that destroyed a police monument in Chicago’s Haymarket Square, followed by a window-smashing rampage through the Loop. Over the next several days, police were assaulted, more windows were smashed, and police narrowly averted a riotous assault on the home of federal judge Julius Hoffman, the feisty jurist who was about to preside over the Chicago Eight conspiracy trial. According to a report in the Chicago Tribune, “during the chaos, which lasted four days, 290 militants were arrested, 63 people, mostly police officers, were injured and thousands of dollars of damage was done, mostly by smashing windows and cars.”

But attacking police and smashing windows was not enough to satisfy Ayers’s appetite for destruction. Two months later he and several other Weathermen leaders set up an explosives factory in a house in New York’s Greenwich Village. They intended to make bombs to blow up Fort Dix, in New Jersey, and police headquarters in New York and Detroit. But one of the bombs accidently exploded, leveling the town house and killing three people. According to the Washington Post, the Weathermen claimed responsibility for 25 bombings, including the Pentagon in 1972 and the State Department in 1975. The 1976 FBI report detailed at least 30 bombings and attempted bombings by the Weathermen between October 1969 and September 1975.

Ayers has always claimed that his bombings were designed to damage property. In fact they killed at least seven people, three of whom were police officers. The worst, and perhaps most notorious, was the 1981 armed robbery of a Brinks armored truck in Nanuet, New York, in which two police officers and a Brinks guard were killed. Ayers was not directly involved, although Kathy Boudin​ and David Gilbert, two of his close Weatherman comrades, were. One former member of the Weathermen, Larry Grathwohl​, became an FBI informant and later testified to the Senate Judiciary Committee that he had been in meetings with Ayers where it was made clear that Ayers wanted people killed or injured by his bombs. Grathwohl said that when “Billy Ayers gave me instructions on where and when to place explosives, I warned him that people would be killed. ‘In a revolution,’ Ayers replied, ‘some people have to die.'”

Dohrn was no innocent bystander in Billy’s bombing craze. In February 1970, the Weathermen placed a bomb on a window ledge at a San Francisco police station; it killed one officer and injured eight others. According to Grathwohl’s Senate Judiciary Committee testimony, Ayers told him that Bernardine Dohrn​ had planned, developed, and carried out the San Francisco bombing.

AS IF demonstrations, inciting riots, and bombings were not enough, Ayers and Dohrn also committed acts of treason against the United States. According to FBI reports obtained by The American Spectator, Weathermen led by the couple committed themselves to the armed struggle in support of international communism. In 1968 they began meeting with foreign government officials to help further their cause.

Dohrn and 27 other Weathermen members traveled to Yugoslavia and Hungary in 1968 to meet with representatives of the Viet Cong and to discuss how further student unrest in the U.S. might assist the North Vietnamese and Viet Cong. She also maintained close relationships with members of the Cuban UN mission in New York. She made several trips to Cuba, where, according to the FBI reports, she met with Cuban and Vietnamese intelligence officers to plan strategies to frustrate American efforts in Vietnam. According to an FBI agent who followed her activities, in the late 1960s Dohrn lived in the San Francisco home of a Chinese Communist agent.

Ayers, for his part, must have been in higher demand at home, and we know only of several trips to Canada. But not to go fishing: in one meeting with representatives of the North Vietnamese government in Toronto, Ayers was presented with a ring made from the metal of an American airplane shot down over North Vietnam. Later, he said he was so moved by the gesture that he “left the room to cry. I realized…America was evil…and that I was…living inside the belly of the beast…”

In April 1970, federal prosecutors charged Ayers and Dohrn, among others, with inciting riots. Two months later a federal grand jury indicted them and 12 others for conspiracy to bomb and kill civilians. Rather than sit through a boring and lengthy trial with the danger of spending time in the federal penitentiary, Ayers and Dohrn slipped out the back door and went underground. There they stayed, evading the police and committing acts of violence for the next 11 years. Ayers and Dohrn, still unmarried, had two children during their fugitive days and both were added to the FBI’s “10 Most Wanted” list. Henceforth, the Weathermen would be known as the Weather Underground.

Bombings and other violent activity were, according to Ayers, aimed at helping to end the Vietnam War. But his violent and terrorist activity continued on after the war ended. His self-proclaimed motive became “to build communist organization toward the stage where armed struggle becomes a mass phenomenon led by a Marxist-Leninist party: a revolutionary stage.”

In early December 1980, after 11 years on the lam, Ayers and Dohrn turned themselves in to authorities in Chicago. Unbeknownst to both, however, federal charges against them had been dropped in 1974 after the Supreme Court found the FBI’s wiretap techniques unconstitutional. (Dohrn had also been indicted in 1969 by a Cook County, Illinois, grand jury for aggravated battery and solicitation to commit mob action). The U.S. Department of Justice considered reindicting them, but did not. Dohrn eventually pleaded guilty to the Cook County indictment, paid a fine of $1,500, and received three years of probation. But two years later, after refusing to testify to a federal grand jury in New York investigating the Brinks robbery, Dohrn spent seven months in jail for contempt of court. The Associated Press reported that while in jail, “she changed her mind about one principle, her long-standing opposition to marriage…she took a weekend furlough to wed William Ayers​, her longtime companion and her boys’ father.”

TWO INTERESTING ELECTIONS had taken place just weeks before Ayers and Dohrn emerged from the underground: Ronald Reagan was elected president, and Richard M. Daley, the son of Chicago’s longtime mayor, who would eventually become mayor himself, was elected Cook County state’s attorney. The New York Times reported that friends of Dohrn’s speculated that the couple were concerned that Reagan’s Justice Department would be tougher on them than Jimmy Carter’s, and getting in under the wire might give them a better deal. But the Daley election probably sheds more light on their timing.

Ayers had his lawyer contact the newly elected state’s attorney to coordinate the surrender. Daley was reported to have considered putting Dohrn on trial after she was arraigned on charges stemming from the 1969 Chicago “Days of Rage,” but evidence was stale, witnesses were gone or had forgotten whatever they once knew, and times had changed. So Dohrn agreed to the plea bargain and a slap on the wrist. Daley was no more a radical than his father, and it is impossible to know just what his motivation was in giving such a break to Dohrn. But he was his father’s son, and Bill Ayers​’s father was Mayor Daley’s friend. More on the Daley connection later.

After Dohrn’s plea bargain, she and Ayers wasted no time becoming part of the liberal establishment. Ayers enrolled in a graduate program in education at Columbia University and earned his PhD. Dohrn, having graduated from the University of Chicago Law School in 1967, passed the New York bar exam and was hired as a clerk in the New York office of Sidley & Austin, one of Chicago’s premier law firms (and, interestingly, the firm where Michelle Obama subsequently had her first job). But to its credit, the New York Bar found Bernardine unfit for the practice of law and refused to admit her. At least as recently as 1993, according to the Chicago Tribune, she had not found another bar association willing to admit her.

In 1987 Ayers and Dohrn moved back to Chicago and settled in Hyde Park, near the University of Chicago — and just around the corner from where the Obamas later lived. Ayers found a job at the University of Illinois at Chicago teaching education. According to a report in the City Journal, he also found “a new radical vocation. He dreamed of bringing the revolution from the streets to the schools.”

Ayers had found his “second act” — using the schools to further his revolutionary agenda. He became active in Chicago’s school reform movement, an effort to replace bureaucratic control of the schools with local control. But he made no bones about the fact that school reform was just a vehicle for teaching the kids revolutionary communism. He teamed up with one Michael Klonsky, former chairman of something called the Communist Party (Marxist-Leninist) of the USA. According to Stanley Kurtz’s thoroughly researched book, Radical in Chief (Threshold Editions, 2010), they worked “to introduce children to radical politics through ethically themed schooling.” You get the idea. In 2008 Ayers was elected Vice President for Curriculum Studies at the American Educational Research Association (AERA), where he would have considerable say as to what went into teacher-training manuals for colleges and public schools.

Dohrn bounced around a bit, eventually finding a job teaching at the Northwestern law school. She immersed herself in that cause célèbre of the left, juvenile justice. According to a contemporary report in the New York Times, she “continues the vision and the dream of her radical days [which] now lie in her work as director of the Children and Family Justice Center at Northwestern University School of Law,” where she “channels her still-radical ideals into action.” The Chicago Tribune later reported that dozens of alumni of both Northwestern and Illinois-Chicago “lodged complaints with the schools…Inflamed by what they see as the couple’s unrepentant attitude about their past, some alumni have also promised to withhold contributions from the schools.”

Both Dohrn and Ayers joined a number of boards and became active in all the usual liberal causes. They were welcomed by Chicago’s liberal establishment, and in 1997, Mayor Richard M. Daley made Ayers “Chicago’s Citizen of the Year.”

IT IS UNCLEAR JUST WHEN Barack Obama met Ayers and his wife or how well they came to know each other. But we do know that their paths have crossed many times. It may well have been in the early 1980s, when both were in New York and participating in far-left organizations and causes around Columbia University. Certainly they knew each other in the early 1990s, if not before, in Chicago when Obama was a community organizer and Ayers was working on juvenile justice and education reform.

In 1993, Ayers worked closely with ACORN on school reform while Obama was ACORN’s lawyer. They served on two foundation boards together in the mid-1990s. In 1995 Ayers and Dohrn hosted the famous party at their house for Obama when he announced his candidacy for the Illinois state senate.

After Obama was elected to the state senate in 1996, two of his major causes were — surprise — education reform and juvenile justice reform, the same two that Ayers and Dohrn were most involved in. Interviewed on ABC’s Good Morning America after the 2008 election, Ayers said, “we came together in Chicago, in the civic community, around issues of school improvement, around issues of fighting for the rights of poor neighborhoods to have jobs and housing and so on.” The Ayers-Obama relationship is covered in great depth by Stanley Kurtz.

So why did Obama find it so necessary to deny the relationship when it came to light during the 2008 campaign? And why did Ayers continually try to protect Obama by claiming they hardly knew each other? Ayers was clearly not just “a guy in my neighborhood,” as Obama claimed, but a member of the same social and political class of Hyde Park liberals. Both worked on the same issues, were involved with the same organizations, knew the same people, and were close enough that one would host a political coming-out party for the other.

Inconsistency is the most revealing clue to a lie. Obama and his campaign could not keep the Ayers relationship straight: while Obama and Ayers both tried to deny that they really knew each other, the campaign issued documents defending Ayers, saying that “it is a lie that Ayers is an unrepentant domestic terrorist.” The campaign attempted, with endorsements from Chicago mayor Richard M. Daley and two university professors, to make the case that Ayers was really a model citizen.

Obama went to great lengths to make the Ayers relationship go away. His campaign staff attempted to block an independent-expenditure TV ad campaign tying him to Ayers. They tried to intimidate talk radio hosts into not interviewing experts on the issue. They attempted to block access to archive records revealing more about the relationship.

The mainstream press went to bat for Obama as well. Both Chicago newspapers, the Sun Times and the Tribune, editorialized that the controversy was a “phony flap” and not worthy of the campaign. The Los Angeles Times wrote that there was no evidence that Ayers had any influence on Obama’s thinking. Mayor Daley issued a statement saying he also knew Bill Ayers and that he was a valued member of the Chicago community. He accused critics of the relationship of “playing guilt by association.” Ayers joined Obama in denying that they were friends — only vague acquaintances who had worked together on a couple of issues.

THE AYERS-OBAMA relationship would never have been an issue if Ayers (and Dohrn) had matured enough to leave their radical world behind. Starting with their emergence from the underground and reentry into Chicago’s liberal social scene, they never once expressed regret for what they had done. They had no remorse. They in fact emphasized, over and over again, that they remained committed radicals intent on destruction of Western values and the adoption of totalitarian socialism. In a 1998 interview with Connie Chung on ABC News, Dohrn said, “We’d do it again. I wish that we had done more. I wish we had been more militant.” Ayers famously said almost the same thing in a New York Times interview published on September 11, 2001.

Even liberals found them unrepentant. Salon.com, for example, found “not even the faintest evidence of penitence or apology, nor any consciousness of the fact that almost everybody else in America–left, right or center–thinks they were completely out to lunch.” And that perennial liberal apologist Michael Kinsley, writing in Time, said Ayers and Dohrn “remain spectacularly unrepentant, self-indulgent, unreflective — still bloated with a sense of entitlement, still smug with certainty.”

And what about the Daley connection? Ayers’s father, as mentioned, was an old friend and political supporter of Mayor Richard J. Daley. That same Daley, of course, presided over the Chicago police as they fought radicals like Ayers, who tried to disrupt the 1968 Democratic convention in his hometown. He had little time for war protesters.

But his son may have been one of Obama’s most significant supporters in 2008. He provided several of Obama’s most trusted aides and associates. They included consigliere Valerie Jarrett, campaign strategist David Axelrod​, chiefs of staff Rahm Emanuel and William Daley (Richard M.’s brother), and other lesser-known henchmen. Richard M. Daley, as mentioned, guided Dohrn into her plea bargain, named Ayers Chicago’s citizen of the year, and stoutly defended the Obama-Ayers friendship. As he told the Chicago Tribune “…his father was a great friend of my father….Ayers has been in the forefront of a lot of education issues and helping us in public schools and things like that…they’re friends. So what? People do make mistakes in the past. You move on.”

The Daley family ruled Chicago for nearly 45 years. They are skillful big-city machine politicians who do not like to lose elections and, being Irish, have a strong sense of family. As Michael Barone wrote in U.S. News & World Report in August of 2008, “For Daley, family is paramount, and Ayers is admitted into le tout Chicago because his father is one of its pillars. And electoral politics is also paramount…The current Mayor Daley has maintained very strong support from lakefront liberals, including the Hyde Park/Kenwood leftists like Ayers who were the original movers behind Obama’s 1996 state senate candidacy….Staying Mayor is real important to Daley, and Daley staying mayor is real important to le tout Chicago. An unrepentant terrorist? Hey, we know your dad.”

The elite Chicago liberals’ — and Obama’s — acceptance of Ayers and Dohrn as equals is the ultimate expression of the left’s descent into degeneracy. It demonstrates a complete refusal to recognize the difference between right and wrong, the difference between morality and immorality, and the difference between moderation and nihilism. To liberalism’s elites, it is fair to say that there are no enemies on the left.

The American people still do not know the real Barack Obama. They don’t know much about his past, his education, where he comes from, or the culture that shaped him. And that is just the way Obama and his political handlers want it to be — they have all been around long enough to know that his past would not be much of a political asset. But one thing we do know about him is who his friends are. Jeremiah Wright. Valerie Jarrett​. David Axelrod. And of course, Bill Ayers​ and Bernardine Dohrn​.

My mother used to tell me that you are judged by the company you keep. Which may just give us a little insight into who Barack Obama really is.

Alfred S. Regnery is the publisher of The American Spectator. He is the former president and publisher of Regnery Publishing, Inc., which produced twenty-two New York Times bestsellers during his tenure. Regnery also served in the Justice Department during the Reagan Administration, worked on the U.S. Senate staff, and has been in private law practice. He currently serves on several corporate and non-profit boards, and is the Chairman of the Intercollegiate Studies Institute .

His first book, Upstream: The Ascendance of American Conservatism, was published in 2008. The book has been praised as one of the best authoritative accounts on the history of the American conservative movement.


Couple of important things not spoken of in this otherwise excellent article. Ayers was an active member of the “Venceremos Brigades” in Cuba 1968-ish, as such he was heavily involved with Castro. I think it is sad that so many Americans choose not to remember the Castro Revolution and his association with “his assassin” Che Guavara. Why do we find it so hard to see the iconic adherence to red and black of the Obama’s ridiculous party clothes colors, the colors of Che, the colors of Castro and the colors of Marxism itself. Do we still think that the colors in Grant Park that fateful night were a coincidence? (Michelle in her “Black Widow” dress)

The association of Ayers and “Mao Mike” Klonsky mentioned in the article is also of considerable importance to our story, because it was there on 115 South Sangamon Street in Chicago that Ayers , Klonsky and OBAMA shared office space for almost three years 1995 thru 1998. This can be documented and proved.

Also of note to the Social Security and identity mysteries is that fact that Obama’s false Social Security number, his very sketchy personal details, if not his whole identity was probably supplied by Dohrn. That was her “JOB” in the Weather Underground, supplying false documents and identities as late as 1981, when she is documented as supplying the falsified drivers documents to the terrorists in the Brinks Robbery. Bernadine Dohrn was a co-conspirator. At a minimum, she (and probably her husband) stole the identities used by the Brinks plotters to pull off the heist. I believe $800K of the Brinks blood money was never recovered. Maybe part of it went to put a friend through Columbia or even Harvard!

Let us not forget that some robbery suspects that got away in a yellow Honda after killing 2 police officers and the fact that case evidence pointed to Dohrn using her employment at “Broadway Baby” children’s clothing store to acquire customer info that she could use to get falsified IDs for Weather Underground members.

Oh, yes and, coincidentally, in 1981 when this was all occurring, a young Barack Obama lived two blocks away from Dohrn and Ayers. Also, coincidentally, one of the vehicles used by the WU in another robbery was rented in… Connecticut. Coincidently, Obama’s fraudulent Connecticutt SSN first shows up on his Selected Service application at just about the same time as Dohrn is supplying phony ideas to a bunch of armed robbers. Coincidentally, about the same time Obama somehow comes across enough money to get into Columbia U.

Strange life, all these coincidences, isn’t it?.







Courtesy of ……The Dallas Morning News

Nita Thurman & Mark Edgar
Published: May 26, 1985

“Everyone who is alive today has to decide whether he

is going to be part of the revolution.” Elizabeth Duke, 1970

From the campus of North Texas State University to the legislative back rooms of Austin, Elizabeth Duke carried out a vocal crusade in the 1970s against what she called the “oppressiveness of the entire social system.’ Her protests — against the Vietnam War, U.S. foreign policy, racial discrimination — were confrontational but peaceful. Still, her outspokenness caused her to lose her NTSU teaching job in 1971 and triggered a series of demonstrations.

On Saturday, the 44-year-old Ms. Duke was being held without bail in a Philadelphia jail on charges of possessing illegal weapons, carrying false identification and harboring a fugitive wanted in the 1981 Brink’s robbery in New York.

Ms. Duke and Dr. Alan Berkman, 39, of Brooklyn, N.Y., were arrested Thursday night by the FBI on a highway in Warminister, a suburb of Philadelphia. FBI agents said they confiscated a sawed-off shotgun, three automatic pistols, ammunition, bulletproof vests and about 10 sets of bogus identification.

As student activism waned in the early 1970s, Ms. Duke turned to revolutionary groups. In Austin, she joined the John Brown Anti-Klan Committee and was the former head of the May 19th Communist Movement, federal authorities said.

Two years ago, Ms. Duke wrote a column in The Daily Texan, the University of Texas student newspaper, that claimed law enforcement officials had “targeted (the May 19th group) for destruction’ because it advocated an armed struggle to bring about socialism.

Ms. Duke, mother of a boy and a girl, had been arrested three times

In a related development, the FBI seized a cache of weapons, bomb components, explosives and machines for making false identification from a Doylestown Township garage allegedly rented by Ms. Duke, authorities said.

John Hogan, special agent in charge of the FBI Philadelphia office, said the May 19th Communist Movement was “an off-shoot of the once notorious Weather Underground, also linked to the Black Liberation Front and all part of the Marxist-Leninist revolutionary apparatus.’

“We are still looking for other individuals who have been interacting with these people,’ Hogan said. He added that authorities are trying to recover about 400 pounds of dynamite believed stolen in 1983 in Austin by people tied to the May 19th organization.

The arrests came two weeks after the capture of Marilyn J. Buck, 37, and Linda S. Evans, 38, in New York. They are accused of working together in Austin in 1979 to buy the guns used in the armored car robbery in Nanuet, N.Y. A Brink’s guard and two police officers were shot to death in the incident.

Berkman allegedly traveled to the group’s Mt. Vernon, N.Y., hideout and treated Ms. Buck, who police said had shot herself accidentally during the robbery. Ms. Buck also was wanted in a 1977 prison escape in West Virginia.

Federal investigators said that in the mid-1970s Ms. Evans moved to Austin and rented a house in which Ms. Buck grew up. Ms. Evans also helped found the John Brown Anti-Klan Committee and was a leader of the May 19 Communist Movement.




AP, Associated Press

Oct. 14, 1985 9:44 AM ET

PHILADELPHIA (AP) _ FBI agents are searching for a self-described revolutionary who authorities say fled while awaiting a hearing on charges of possessing explosives and illegal weapons.

Elizabeth Ann Duke, 44, was considered ”armed and extremely dangerous,” agent Jim McIntosh, spokesman for the FBI’s Philadelphia office, said Sunday.

The Austin, Texas, woman left a note with an attorney she was staying with in Elkins Park, Pa., saying she was leaving, McIntosh said.

Duke and co-defendant Dr. Alan Berkman, 39, of New York City, were scheduled to have a pre-trial hearing Tuesday before U.S. District Judge Louis H. Pollak.

Pollak had released Duke into the custody of her two sisters in Texas, and she had been staying over the weekend at the house of the unidentified lawyer, who did not represent her but worked for the firm that did, McIntosh said.

Duke and Berkman were arrested May 23 in Doylestown Township in Bucks County. When arrested, authorities said, Duke was carrying a handgun and a key to a Doylestown garage that contained more than 200 pounds of stolen explosives and several weapons, including an Uzi automatic rifle.

An indictment charged the two with 10 offenses, including conspiracy and possession of illegal firearms, explosives and 275 counterfeit Social Security cards. Duke was also charged with harboring a fugitive, Berkman.

An indictment last Thursday added charges of possession of destructive devices and possession of a document-making implement.

U.S. Attorney Edward S.G. Dennis Jr. said the two were charged with the additional offenses because of the discovery of a Polaroid Land camera identification kit, which prints photographs on identification cards, and material to make pipe bombs.

The FBI said Berkman and Duke, who has called herself a ”revolutionary anti-imperialist,” are members of the May 19 Communist Movement, an offshoot of the Weather Underground.

Assistant U.S. Attorney Karl Lunkheimer authorized Duke’s arrest for unlawful flight to avoid prosecution, McIntosh said.

Pollak in July had allowed Duke to be released to the custody of her sisters, who put up as bail collateral their two homes, valued at approximately $300,000. Among the 20 conditions of the release was that Duke could have no credit cards and not more than $10 in cash in her possession at any time.

Berkman, who was denied bail, is also charged as an accessory in the Oct. 20, 1981, robbery of a Brink’s armored car in Nanuet, N.Y. One guard was shot to death during the robbery, and two police officers were slain at a nearby roadblock.


WHY ?????


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