Canada has once again barred would-be mass murderer Bill Ayers from entering the Great White North.
Ayers was trying to visit Canada to speak at a conference co-sponsored by the notorious Ontario Institute for Studies in Education (OISE). OISE is well known for its embrace of radical left-wing politics and anti-Americanism.
It seems like just yesterday the Obama campaign was lying and dissembling in a desperate bid to distance candidate Obama from his longtime close personal friend Ayers. Ah, memories.
In the U.S. media’s ongoing whitewash of Obama’s radical ties, it was not reported that Ayers and his Weather Underground comrades had planned to slaughter conservatives if the revolution they sought came to pass.
As I write in my new book, Subversion Inc.: How Obama’s ACORN Red Shirts are Still Terrorizing and Ripping Off American Taxpayers, Ayers’s group had diabolical plans.
According to Larry Grathwohl, a Vietnam War veteran who infiltrated the Weather Underground, the terrorists also came up with a plan to murder millions of Americans when the communist revolution the group pressed for came to pass. Their plan was to slaughter the one-tenth of the U.S. population they expected would turn out to be “diehard capitalists” incapable of reeducation.
Grathwohl says this wasn’t idle talk. The Weather Underground leadership was filled with intelligent, highly educated people who knew exactly what they were doing. It’s a real shame the charges against Ayers years later were dropped on piddling legal technicalities.
Ayers is also a longtime supporter of the Association of Community Organizations for Reform Now (ACORN), which uses violence and intimidation against corporations and governments to spread its version of “social justice.” Obama worked for ACORN and represented it in court as its lawyer. Together Obama and Ayers directed funding to ACORN when they served together on the boards of large charitable foundations.
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