Saturday, October 11, 2008

Red Dragon Bernardine Dohrn Gloats Triumphally over the Silence of the Lambs

"Dig it! First they killed those pigs, then they ate dinner in the same room with them. They even shoved a fork into the victim's stomach! Wild!"---Weather Underground leader Bernardine Dohrn (pictured)

The bloody goul Bernardine Dohrn sounds like the female version of Hannibal Lecter. She is no better than her cult hero Charles Manson, a criminal who raped boys and orchestrated the August 1969 Tate-LaBianca murders.

Manson had an apocalyptic delusion he called Helter Skelter. He believed these vicious murders would precipitate a race war just as Dohrn believed that killing and bombing would bring down American imperialism and usher in a golden age of communism. Communism and Nazism, of course, were the most destructive cults of the 20th Century.

Discover the Networks observes:

Professor Dohrn has said of her Weatherman past, 'We rejected terrorism. We were careful not to hurt anybody.' Both assertions are false, however. Weatherman's twofold agenda was terrorism (which is why Charles Manson was Dohrn's hero) and war (the organization's very existence was launched with a formal "declaration of war"), and Dohrn periodically issued "war communiqu├ęs" to the public at large. The intention of the group was to shed their "white skin privilege" and launch a violent race war on behalf of Third World People. A Chicago district attorney named Richard Elrod was seriously injured in the Weatherman riot that erupted during the Chicago "Days of Rage" in October 1969, and he was paralyzed for life as a result. Dohrn later led a celebration of Elrod's paralysis by leading her comrades in a parody of a Bob Dylan song -- 'Lay, Elrod, Lay.' Moreover, law-enforcement authorities are still investigating a bombing in San Francisco that killed a policeman, for which Professor Dohrn is one of the suspects. [For more on the investigation of the San Francisco bombing see here.]

UPDATE:

According to an AP article titled "Phony Drivers' Licenses Traced to Defunct Child's Wear Shop" (2-16-82):

A defunct children's wear store where former Weather Underground leader Bernardine Dohrn once worked has figured in the investigation of the botched $1.6 million Brink's robbery. Police declined to say Tuesday what role was played by the store, which was named Broadway Baby. But The New York Times said the Upper West side store was the place where, in December 1979, two women paid for purchases by check and gave their drivers' licenses numbers as identification. Impostors then used the innocent women's names and numbers to obtain duplicate driver's licenses on the pretext that they had been lost. The duplicates served as identification for renting vans used in an aborted armored-car holdup in Greenburgh, N.Y., and in a successful $500,000 armored-car heist in Inwood, The Times said. The FBI, which has been speaking for the joint FBI-New York police task force investigating the $1.6 million Brink's holdup last October, in which two policemen and a guard were slain, declined to comment on the Times report. [See more details about these robberies at Zombietime (10-27-08).]

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