Friday, October 17, 2008


March 8th, 2012…Radical left wing activist Bill Ayers, of the notorious Weather Underground, declared Tuesday in Springfield that moving the G-8 Summit from Chicago to Camp David is a “victory for the people’s movement.” In other words, Bill Ayers believes the Occupy movement has won. “They realized they [G8] couldn’t actually put on their little show of power,” Bill Ayers told a group of about 50 people at the Golden Frog Cafe in an appearance hosted by the Foundation for a United Front. “It’s a defeat for them and a victory for the people’s movement.”

Barack Obama was essentially an employee of Bill Ayers for eight years, starting in 1995, the year the Chicago Annenberg Challenge was created to raise funds to help reform the Chicago public schools. One of the architects of the Challenge was none other than Professor Bill Ayers. Ayers co-wrote the initial grant proposal and proudly lists himself on his own website as the co-founder of the Challenge.

And who did William Ayers, co-creator of the Challenge, help select as the new director of the board for this program? Why, Barack Obama, of course. Barack Obama was the first Chairman of the Board of the Chicago Annenberg Challenge.  Obama served on the board for eight years until the Challenge ended in 2003. Bill Ayers was intimately involved in the Challenge over this same time period, raising and spending at least $110 million in an effort to bolster a "radical" (Ayers' word) reform program in the Chicago Public Schools from 1994 to 2001.

(CNN) - President Barack Obama is responsible for the start of the Occupy Wall Street movement, according to former New York City Mayor Rudy Giuliani. "It would not have happened but for his class warfare," Giuliani said in Washington on Friday. "And remember, as it gets worse and worse - because it's going to get worse and worse - where it came from: Barack Obama."  Obama commented on the booming Occupy movement in October, saying it "expresses the frustrations that the American people feel."

SDS was the precursor to the violent Weatherman Group which in turn has been reborn in the OCCUPY WALL STREET MOVEMENT, WHAT GOES AROUND COMES AROUND.

FBI FILE ….Bernardine Dohrn led the Weatherman faction in the SDS fight and continued to be a leader afterward. In July 1969, Bernardine Dohrn, Ted gold, Carl Davidson, Robert “BO” Burlingham, Gerry Long, Eleanor Raskin, Diohne Donghi, Peter Clapp, Mary Wozniak, David Millstone and Diana Oughton, all representing “Weatherman”, as Dohrn’s faction was now called and hard core members of the SDS, traveled to Havana Cuba and met with representatives of the COMMUNIST North Vietnamese, the Viet Cong and Cuban governments for 8 full days.

FBI FILE HAVANA MEETING..The man who gave out orders to Bernardine Dohrn’s Weatherman group to ramp up violence in the USA was Huynh Van Ba the Viet Cong’s Chief Representative in Havana Cuba, SEE ABOVE.  The Viet Cong’s Huynh Van Ba also encouraged Dohrn’s Weahteman group to organize draft resistance. Van Ba directed Dohrn to have some radicals volunteer for US military service and stir up antiwar sentiment from within the Armed Forces. 

Earlier an American Black nationalist in Cuba had urged black soldiers to kill white soldiers, this same technique is used today by Al-Qaeda, see Army Maj. Nidal Malik Hasan Kills 13 in Shooting at Fort Hood Army base.  Did  Bernardine Dohrn’s Weatherman group receive explosive training during the 8 day meeting with the Viet Cong in Havana Cuba?

Bernardine Dohrn (her Chcago Police mug shot above) former leader of the Weather Underground (she headed the terrorist group), poster girl for militant, revolution-spouting anarchy, is now the mother of three and a professor of law at Northwestern University in Chicago. She lives in Chicago with her husband, Bill Ayers (his Chicago Police mug shot above), they also have an aprtment in New York City, a fellow veteran of the Weather Underground, now the May 19 Communist Organization, and a professor of education at the University of Illinois at Chicago.

Barack Obama (his photo above) taught constitutional law at the University of Chicago Law School from 1992 to 2004 and appears to have been involved with Ayres and Dohrn from at least 1988 when both Bernardine Dohrn and Barack Obama worked at the same Law firm Sidley & Austin in Chicago. Michelle Obama joined Sidley & Austin as an associate in the fall of 1988. She had previously been a summer associate at Sidley & Austin—evidently in the summer of 1987.
A founder of the Weatherman group, Dohrn was a member of the "Weather Bureau" (name later changed to "Central Committee"). Larry Grathwohl, an FBI informant who was with the Weatherman from autumn 1969 through spring 1970, considered her one of the two top leaders of the organization, along with Bill Ayers.
Bernardine Dohrn was a principal signatory on the group's "Declaration of a State of War" in 1970 that formally declared "war" on the U.S. Government, and completed the group's transformation from political advocacy to violent action. Dohrn also co-wrote and published the subversive manifesto Prairie Fire in 1974, Dohrn clearly stated support for Communist ideology, In the late 1970s, the Weatherman group split into two factions — the "May 19 Coalition" and the "Prairie Fire Collective" — with Dohrn and Ayers in the latter. Once a "Commie' always a "Commie".

Bernardine Dohrn is more a threat to the US Government than Bill Ayres ever thought of being, she is the brains behind the Domestic Terrorist group the "Weatherman" and is directly linked to Sen. Barack Obama. During the last years of their underground life, Dohrn and Ayers resided in the Logan Square neighborhood of Chicago (surrendered in 1981), where they used the aliases Christine Louise Douglas and Anthony J. Lee. From 1984 to 1988, Bernardine Dohrn was employed by the prestigious Chicago law firm Sidley & Austin . .

U.S. FEDERAL BUREAU OF PRISONS RECORDS;BERNARDINE DOHRN 04556-054, age now 66, White F , RELEASED 12-23-1982. In 1982 Dohrn did eight months in a Federal prison for refusing to testify before a grand jury about the 1981 Brink's robbery ($1.6 Mill) that involved David Gilbert (doing life) and Kathy Boudin (granted parole on August 20, 2003) that resulted in the shooting death of two Nyack NY cops and a security guard.

On Oct. 20, 1981, Sgt. Edward O'Grady, Patrolman Waverly Brown and Brinks guard Peter Paige were gunned down in Rockland County, N.Y. by heavily armed terrorists. The half dozen gunmen — all Americans — were members of the Weather Underground, a faction of the Students for a Democratic Society (SDS) and the Black Liberation Army, formed from members of the Black Panther Party and the Republic of New Afrika.
Barack Obama entered Harvard Law School in late 1988, during his summers, he returned to Chicago where he worked as a summer associate at the law firm of Sidley & Austin from 1988 to 1989, this is the same Law Firm where his new best friend Bernardine Dohrn, the Leader/Founder of the "Weatherman Group", was already employed.

By 1995, Barack Obama had known Bill Ayers & Bernardine Dohrn at least eight years since their shared involvement in the Alliance for Better Chicago Schools, if not longer. Bernardine Dohrn, was once labeled “the most dangerous woman in America” by none other than J. Edgar Hoover. It is unclear whether Obama knew the former fugitive Dohrn through Sidley & Austin but there is no doubt that, by the time Obama joined Sidley & Austin as a summer associate, Obama had known Bill Ayers for two years through their involvement in Alliance for Better Chicago Schools in 1987.

Barack Obama was a 24-year-old community organizer in Chicago at the time of the Weathermen’s last attacks, and 29 when many of the last remnants of the Underground in the offshoot May 19th Communist Organization were sentenced to prison in 1990. (Former Weatherman Elizabeth Ann Duke is still a fugitive and wanted by the FBI.)
Bill Ayers said in his book that he participated in the bombing of New York City police headquarters in 1970, the U.S. Capitol in 1971, and the Pentagon in 1972. In September 2001, the New York Times quoted him as saying, “I don’t regret setting bombs . . . I feel we didn’t do enough.” Ayers’ wife, Bernardine Dohrn, was sent to prison for failing to cooperate in solving the robbery of a Brink’s armored car in which two police officers were killed.

Charges against Ayers were dropped because the FBI used so-called national security wiretaps that could not be used legally in criminal cases. Barack Obama launched his political career at Dohrn's & Ayers’ home on Kimbark Ave Chicago IL in 1995. From 1999 to 2002, Barack Obama served with Ayers on the board of the Woods Fund of Chicago. In response to criticism of their relationship, Obama has said he was 8 when Ayers was bombing buildings (along with his wife Bernardine Dorn).

Former FBI agent Willie Reagan said, “I spent seven years of my life hunting down people who described themselves as revolutionary communists and were involved in bombings.” Reagan, who infiltrated the Weather Underground in New York, said he witnessed members of the group making bombs. “At some point, Obama knew of his background (Barack and Michelle Obama worked with Dohrn, Ayres's wife, in 1988 at the same Law firm in Chicago) and should have repudiated him, not later when he is running for president.”

Noel, who worked the Weather Underground case in San Francisco, also questioned Obama’s reaction to questions about the issue, saying, “I have a problem with Obama minimizing the relationship and saying it has nothing to do with anything. Because having done background investigations for security clearances for years, you look into a person’s character, his associates, his loyalty and so forth.”

Noel noted that Ayers was a directing force of the Weather Underground. His wife-to-be, Bernardine Dohrn, headed that organization. Chesa is the couple's adopted son and has lived with them since he was 14 months old. His parents, former Weather Underground members Kathy Boudin (paroled in 2003) and David Gilbert, were/are maximum-security inmates in the New York state prison system, incarcerated for their roles in a 1981 Brink's robbery in upstate New York, in which a guard and two police officers were killed.

In 1970, Dohrn and Ayers went underground for 11 years (till 1981), and were in part the inspiration for the 1988 film "Running on Empty." An offshoot of Students for a Democratic Society (SDS), the Weathermen—later called the Weather Underground—devoted themselves to stopping U.S. military involvement in Vietnam. Underground members took credit for two dozen bombing attacks on buildings they called "symbols of American injustice": the National Guard offices in Washington, D.C., the Capitol and the New York City Police Headquarter.

Amazingly, because the Federal government (FBI) had used illegal wire tap methods to pursue the fugitives, the charges against Dohrn and Ayers—crossing state lines to destroy property and crossing state lines to create a civil disturbance—were dropped. Instead of going to prison, the couple were allowed to go free and Dohrn was put on three years' probation for a misdemeanor dating back to a 1969 anti-war demonstration.
The Brinks robbery of 1981 (October 20, 1981) was an armed robbery carried out by Black Liberation Army members Jeral Wayne Williams (aka Mutulu Shakur), Donald Weems (aka Kuwasi Balagoon), Samuel Smith, Nathaniel Burns (aka Sekou Odinga), Cecilio "Chui" Ferguson, Samuel Brown (aka Solomon Bouines), and several former members of the Weather Underground, now belonging to the May 19 Communist Organization (David Gilbert, Samuel Brown, Judith Alice Clark, Kathy Boudin, and Marilyn Buck), and an unknown number of accomplices.

Sergeant O'Grady and Officer Brown of the Nyack Village Police Department were shot and killed on October 20, 1981 during the infamous Brink's Armored Car robbery at the Nanuet Mall in Nanuet, NY where a Brinks armored car guard, Peter Paige, was murdered and his two partners wounded. Eyewitnesses report that the suspects escaped in a U-Haul van and a Honda. Sergeant O'Grady, Officer Brown, Nyack Officer Brian Lennon, and Nyack Detective Arthur Keenan set up a roadblock on State Rt. 59 at the entrance to the New York State Thruway in Nyack, some 3 miles from Nanuet.

BLA Cop Killers....Jeral Wayne Williams (aka Mutulu Shakur), Donald Weems (aka Kuwasi Balagoon), Samuel Smith, Nathaniel Burns (aka Sekou Odinga), Cecilio "Chui" Ferguson, Samuel Brown (aka Solomon Bouines),.

One of the vehicles they stopped was a U-Haul rental truck driven by a white male with a white female passenger (the robbers were reported to have been black men). When the officers went to check the rear of the truck, the robbers, members of the Black Liberation Army (BLA), came out shooting with automatic weapons. Officer Brown was immediately shot and fell to the ground, apparently dead, but an execution shot to the head while he was lying on the ground, made sure. A gunfight erupted and Sergeant O'Grady was executed while trying to reload his 6 shot revolver behind a police vehicle, subsequently dying of his wounds.

Nyack Police Detective Arthur Keenan was also wounded in the exchange of gunfire. Officer Brian Lennon was unhurt despite his patrol car being riddled with M-16 bullets, but was trapped and unable to exit his vehicle because of Sergeant O'Grady's dying body slumped against the driver's door. Sergeant O'Grady was a 12 year veteran of the Nyack Police Department. Officer Brown was a 15 year veteran of the Nyack Police Department.
Cop killers, armed robbers, domestic terrorists, all led by Bill Ayres and Bernadine Dohrn, founders of the Weather Undergroud, see video below, who directly link to Presidential candidate Barack Obama from at least 1988, 20 years ago.

Video Weather Underground bombings

Bill Warner...Sarasota Private Investigator