Thursday, October 09, 2008

Weather Underground Terrorist Bernardine Dohrn

"Larry Grathwohl, an FBI mole within the Weathermen, connected Ayers to the planning — and his wife, Bernardine Dohrn, to the execution— of a police station bombing in San Francisco in February 1970 that killed one officer and injured two others."---David Freddoso, National Review Online (8-18-08)

This is Bill Ayers' wife Bernardine Dohrn in a 1969 mug shot. Ayers and Dohrn were top leaders of the Weather Underground terrorist bombers during the 60s and 70s.
Often the Weather Underground bombed police stations. They believed that their crimes would spark a communist revolution.

A lot of people think the Weathermen are gone, but an informative article by Jesse Lemisch, Professor Emeritus of History at the John Jay College of Criminal Justice, suggests otherwise. In "Weather Underground Rises from the Ashes: They're Baack!" Professor Lemisch observes:

Veterans of Weather (as well as some fans) seem to be on a drive to rehabilitate, cleanse, and perhaps revive it -- not necessarily as a new organization, but rather as an ideological component of present and future movements. There have been signs of such a sanitization and romanticization for some time. A landmark in this rehabilitation is Bill Ayers, Fugitive Days: A Memoir (Beacon Press 2001; Penguin Books 2003).

Senator Obama has had a relationship with the Weather Underground terrorists Bill Ayers and Bernardine Dohrn.

They had a party for him when he was a young politician, and Senator Obama has worked with Bill Ayers on an educational reform project that actually channelled money to radicals such as the Maoist Mike Klonsky. This relationship has been detailed by a NRO reporter named Stanley Kurtz. [Search Kurtz, Klonsky, Ayers, CAC, Annenberg, on this blog.] The radicals did not improve the educational scores of Chicago's children; instead, the money was used for political indoctrination of children.

Senator Obama's supporters have criticized Governor Sarah Palin for hunting moose, but Weather Underground leader Bernardine Dorhn was involved in bombings during the 60s and 70s. Dohrn hunted policemen, but the New York Times (10-4-08) didn't mention Brian McDonnell's name, show his picture, or mention the fact that the investigation into his murder was repoened in about 2000.

When Charles Manson's gang murdered the movie star Sharon Tate and her friends, their names and pictures were in the papers; and their organization was reviled as a violent cult. The young Bernardine Dohrn even celebrated the brutal murders committed by Manson's gang.

Discover the Networks observes:

Holding her fingers in what became the Weatherman "fork salute," [Bernardine Dohrn] said of the bloody murders recently committed by the Manson Family in which the pregnant actress Sharon Tate and a Folgers Coffee heiress and several other inhabitants of a Benedict Canyon mansion were brutally stabbed to death: "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!" The "War Council" ended with a formal declaration of war against "AmeriKKKa," always spelled with three K's to signify the United States' allegedly ineradicable white racism.

As I already noted here and here, Dohrn may have been involved in a bombing that killed a San Francisco policeman named Brian McDonnell.

If Senator Obama can't seem to understand that Ayers and Dohrn are domestic terrorists, how will he be able to protect us from terrorists?

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