Friday, December 4, 2015

The 9/11 Killers, Syed Farook and Tashfeen Malik, the San Bernardino Killers and the Weather Underground Killers -- similar goals -- Destroy America

In 1969 William Charles Ayres co-founded the Weasther Underground, a self -identified communist revolutionary group pledged to overthrow American capitalist imperialism by bombing police stations, the U.S. Capitol Building, the Pentagon and other public buildings during the 1960s.

Sounds like the 9/11 killers.  

Ayres is married to Bernadine Dohrn  , also a leader in the Weather Underground. In 1989, Bernadine Dohrn and Michelle Obama were associates at the Chicago law firm of Sidley & Austin, when Obama joined the firm as a summer intern (where apparently he met Michelle Robinson). In May 1970, the organization issued a “Declaration of a State of War against the United States authored by Bernardine Dohrn. Its goal was also to kill 25 million Americans it thought would resist turning the U. S. A. communist.  

In 1970 a Greenwich Village nail bomb exploded and killed Ted Gold , Ayers's close friendTerry Robbins , and Ayers's girlfriend, Diana Oughton. They were involved in a bomb-making “factory” to slaughter non-commissioned officers at a dance at Fort Dix, New Jersey.

Sounds like San Bernardino killer bomb makers Syed Farook and Tashfeen Malik.

In 1985 the Chicago-based  Woods Fund (the family which owned the Illinois-based Sahara Coal Company, a major supplier of coal to Commonwealth Edison, an electric power company was headed by Bill Ayres’s father. Thomas Ayres was a close associate to Mayor Richard J. Daley) gave a $25,000 grant to the Developing Communities Project, which hired Barack Obama, age 24, as an organizer on Chicago's perennially depressed South Side. Ayres was the Chairman of the Board of the Woods Fund. Why is Obama so fixated on killing the coal industry.  Is there something with the Ayres family?

In 1995 Ayres was a founder of the Chicago Annenberg Challenge which raised money to help reform (radicalize "I'm a radical, Leftist, small 'c' communist," Ayres is quoted as having said.) the Chicago public schools and wrote the grant with others. Barack Obama became its first director and chairman of its board as the fund spent $110 million until 2001 when  CAC admitted that it had failed in its mission; test scores of Chicago public-school students did not improve. It liquidated its remaining assets to the Chicago Public Education Fund, where Obama and Bill Ayers’ father and brother all were members of the “Leadership Council”  until 2004.

In 1996 Obama was elected to the Illinois state senate with support from Chicago union powerhouses and Acorn and similar organizations to which millions had been funneled by Obama as director of various foundations. The notion of his running came at a meeting at Bill Ayres’ house by Alice Palmer.

In November 1997, Ayers and Obama participated in a panel at the University of Chicago entitled "Should a child ever be called a 'super predator?'" to debate "the merits of the juvenile justice system."

In April 2002, Ayers, Dohrn, and Obama, then an Illinois State Senator, participated together at a conference entitled "Intellectuals: Who Needs Them?" sponsored by The Center for Public Intellectuals and the University of Illinois-Chicago.  Ayers and Obama were two of the six members of the "Intellectuals in Times of Crisis" panel. 
During the 2008 U. S. presidential campaign, Ayres’ and Obama’s relationship was brought up and buried by most of the media, though none of it was a surprise in Chicago. But Daley still owns the town.

There are still questions if Ayres’ father paid for some of Obama’s college and whether Khalid Al-Mansour (nee Donald Warden and co-founder of the Black Panther Party with Bobby Seale; and advisor to the Saudi royal family) might have covered some of Obama’s Harvard Law School expenses and arranged for him to attend it.

The father-in-law of Michelle Obama’s close friend and advisor, Valerie Jarrett who also worked for Daley and Harold Washington, Jr., (and married for five years to Dr. William Jarrett, who died in 1993). Vernon Jarrett, was a Chicago journalist, first for the communist Chicago Defender and a self-identified communist along with Frank Marshall Davis, who had moved to Hawaii and had met Barack Obama when he was 10. Jarrett later was  the Chicago Tribune’s first black syndicated columnist and a founder of the leftist National Association of Black Journalists and in 1983 was hired by  the Chicago Sun-Times.

Commenting on the 1992 Moseley Braun Senate race, in which Obama played a key role, Vernon Jarrett wrote in the Chicago Sun-Times of August 11th 1992: "Good news! Good news! Project Vote, a collectivity of 10 church-based community organizations dedicated to black voter registration, is off and running. Project Vote is increasing its rolls at a 7,000-per-week clip…If Project Vote is to reach its goal of registering 150,000 out of an estimated 400,000 unregistered blacks statewide, 'it must average 10,000 rather than 7,000 every week,' says Barack Obama, the program’s executive director…"


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