Sunday, April 20, 2008

Obama’s Terrorist Connection

By Nicholas Stix

Some of Barack Hussein Obama’s best friends are terrorists.

At The Autonomist, Rocco DiPippo has published the most succinct exposé you’re ever likely to see, about the connection between the “black” man who would be president and “a guy who lives in [Barack Hussein Obama’s] neighborhood.” The “guy who lives in [Obama’s] neighborhood,” and whom Obama erroneously describes as “an English professor” (he’s actually a professor of education), is 1960s terrorist Bill Ayers, one of the leaders of the Communist, bomb-throwing Weathermen.

As the saying goes, “Follow the money.”

Ayers is still married to his terrorist wife, Weathermen leader Bernadine Dohrn; both are close Obama allies. During a 1969 Chicago riot, the group maimed Chicago prosecutor Richard Elrod, and during the early 1970s, it bombed New York City police headquarters, the Capitol building, and the Pentagon. Ayers participated in over 30 bombings, but regrets that he did not commit more terrorist acts. Dorhn celebrated not only the maiming of Elrod, but the gruesome serial murders by Charles Manson and his followers, of actress Sharon Tate and several others. Ayers said, “Kill all the rich people. Break up their cars and apartments. Bring the revolution home. Kill your parents.”

Dohrn served a token jail sentence of less than one year; Ayers does not appear to have served any jail time. The only proper punishment for their terrorism would have been execution.

Rather than being punished for their crimes, Ayers and Dorhn were rewarded. Ayers was made a “professor of education and a Senior University Scholar at the University of Illinois,” and Dohrn was made a professor of law at Northwestern University and, as if that weren’t bad enough, was given her own politburo, Northwestern’s “Children and Family Justice Center,” where she is the commissar. She also “sits on important committees and boards of the American Bar Association and the American Civil Liberties Union,” and is a popular college commencement speaker.

And who said, “Crime doesn’t pay”?

As reported previously, “In 1999 Ayers joined the Woods Fund of Chicago, where he served as a director alongside Barak Obama until the latter left the Woods board in December 2002. Ayers went on to become Woods' Chairman of the Board. In 2002 the Woods Fund made a grant to Northwestern University Law School's Children and Family Justice Center, where Ayers' wife, Bernardine Dohrn, was employed.”

In the day-to-day world, we would say that Ayers was guilt of a flagrant conflict of interest, but what’s a little conflict of interest among terrorists!

(I don’t want to give anyone the wrong impression: I am not calling Barack Hussein Obama a terrorist; he is a beneficiary of terrorists, and a benefactor of genocidal black supremacists. I don’t want a former law school lecturer who misrepresented himself to be a professor of law to be able to charge me with being unscrupulous in my choice of words.)

Obama says he has “not received some official endorsement from” Ayers, which, given that Ayers threw a fundraiser for Obama at the latter’s home in 2001, is nonsense on stilts. I suppose the lawyer in Obama is looking to fall back on “not during this election.” In Ayers’ case, Obama also tried the denial he used to cover for his relationship to his pastor, the genocidal black supremacist, Rev. Jeremiah Wright, about whom he initially claimed never to have been present, when Wright was spewing his anti-American and anti-white venom. “And the notion that somehow as a consequence of me knowing somebody who engaged in detestable acts 40 years ago, when I was 8 years old, somehow reflects on me and my values doesn't make much sense.”

In any event, this is no mere SPLC-type “tie” or “link”; Ayers, Dohrn, and Obama have been close associates over the years. To find out just how close, read DiPippo: "Woods Fund gave $6000 grant to Reverend Wright's church in Obama's name."

1 comment:

Anonymous said...

When 'Bama said Ayres was a professor of English that was no slip-up. He did it on purpose. So that when people pointed out his mistake he could say, "I'm not sure what he teaches. I don't know him well."