Friday, November 14, 2008
Cop Killing Weathermen Enjoying New Notoriety
Chicago, Il—I remember the Days of Rage and the enemies of freedom, The Weather Underground who were using force and violence to overthrow our government and way of life.
I remember the murdered and severely injured cops. I remember the bombings and the hate for liberty and self-reliance spread like a vile disease by Weather Underground founding members and unrepentant terrorists, William Ayers and Bernadine Dohrn.
I remember only too well how the so called anti-war movement under Communist influence pressured spineless American politicians to abandon the people of South Viet Nam. More importantly I remember how the Communists exterminated two-million men women and children in the killing fields as an expected direct result.
William Ayers is about to go on a book signing tour with his republished memoirs.
I can’t imagine there are any book stores that would dare place their employees and customers in real jeopardy of being targeted by revenge seeking relatives and partners of those murdered or injured by Ayers, Dohrn and their comrades. Somebody may well use the same kind of weapons favored by Ayers and Dohrn on them.
Anyone seeking revenge should not resort to injuring innocent people in public places.
Well wishers should send their greetings, cards and letters where they live:
WILLIAM C AYERS and BERNADINE R DOHRN
1329 East 50TH ST CHICAGO, IL 60615 (773) 924-8058
Meet William Ayers In Person!
Mr Ayers is doing a book signing at
Busboys & Poets Bookstore and Resturant
2021 14th St, Washington, DC
Mon, November 17
6.30pmAuthor Event, William Ayers
6:30 PM - 8PM - Author Event, William Ayers will sign and discuss his two books - City Kids, City Schools: More Reports from the Front Row - and it's companion- City Kids, City Teachers: Reports from the Front Row. Free and open to all. In these inspiring resources, William Ayers explores the surprising realities of city classrooms from kindergarten through high school. With its upbeat mix of ready-to-share city kids’ memoirs and classroom strategies, William Ayers reflects on how improving urban education is more essential than ever. It is a useful guide as well as a call to action for anyone who teaches or has taught in the city, for those considering teaching in urban schools, and for every parent with children in our schools today.Arlington, VA