Filthy left-wing degenerates.

Weather Underground

"Guilty as hell. Free as a bird. America is a great country." -Bill Ayers

Ayers’ wife Bernadine Dohrn was also at the event, with Ayers introducing her as his “partner in crime,” adding, to laughter from the audience, “she hates it when I say that. It’s a metaphor.” Go To Site

Larry Grathwohl may be best known as the FBI informant in the Weather Underground who disclosed that Bill Ayers and Bernardine Dohrn, and their Weather Underground criminal gang, had plans to eliminate as many as 25 million Americans if they came to power. Go To Site

Brian Flanagan has expressed regret for his actions during the Weatherman years, and compared the group's activities to terrorism. Flanagan said: "When you feel that you have right on your side, you can do some pretty horrific things." Go To Site

Liberal, Character, Terrorism, Communism, Murder

“One of my assignments was Detroit, Michigan, and I arrived there in late January of 1970. Shortly after my arrival I was assigned to a cell with four other people and during the meeting with Bill Ayers we were told that our objective would be to place bombs at the Detroit Police Officers Association (DPOA Building) and at the 13th precinct. Furthermore Bill instructed us to determine the best time to place these explosive devices that would result in the greatest number of deaths and injuries.

Liberal, Terrorism

The Chicago Sun-Times has compiled a list of domestic bombings since 1886. Included in the list are two by Bill Ayers' former group, the Weather Underground. Reports coming in from Boston are describing the deadly bombs as devices similar to the Weather Underground nail bomb that exploded prematurely in 1970, killing three of Ayers' terrorist friends. That device was intended to be detonated at a soldiers' dance at Fort Dix, New Jersey.

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Former Weather Underground radical Kathy Boudin — who spent 22 years in prison for an armored-car robbery that killed two cops and a Brinks guard — now holds a prestigious adjunct professorship at Columbia University’s School of Social Work, The Post has learned. Boudin, 69, this year won another academic laurel — being named the Sheinberg Scholar-in-Residence at NYU Law School, where last month she gave a lecture on “the politics of parole and re-entry.” ... “It’s easy to forget that violence is never the answer. Nine children grew up without their dads because of her actions,” said Hanchar, whose uncle O’Grady was shot with automatic weapons.

Editorial, Liberal, Crime, Violence, Character, AntiAmerican, Protest, Theft

Additionally, Jaffe speaks fondly of the Weather Underground’s past, sharing knowledge of the group’s “resistance to an unjust system,” which she likens to the “same injustices that we are seeing the Occupy movement" experience today. She jokes about the murderous Brinks event as being one of several necessary “expropriations”--necessary because “revolutionary work is not funded by government." The joke was well-received, despite the shadow of three innocent lives lost in the incident.

Liberal, Hate, Violence, Incompetence, AntiAmerican, Terrorism

''I don't regret setting bombs,'' Bill Ayers said. ''I feel we didn't do enough.''

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CHICAGO, Sat., Oct. 11-250 Weathermen made a suicidal charge through police lines into Chicago's downtown Loop today, smashing store windows and fighting police for fifteen minutes before they were rounded up. One Chicago city attorney was seriously injured; 103 Weathermen were arrested. The window-breaking spree through a two-block section of Chicago's Madison St., the conclusion to four days of demonstrations, brought the total number of arrests to more than 250 and the number of police injured to 50.