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Bill Ayers and Bernadine Dohrn Give Advice to Occupy Wall Street Protestors

April 5, 2012 Occupy Wallstreet 1 Comment

Bill Ayers and Bernadine Dohrn are out and about again, blathering to a crowd of Occupiers in New York City. Mr. Ayers is obviously enjoying the publicity. This is his 2nd appearance in the last week, the last was his daily dream of the end of capitalism. His idea for a new world is I guess, a vast world community of happy, peace-loving people, thumping our drums, and everyone giving each other hugs at the end of a blissful day of koom-bah-yahs. Bill Ayers mentions the violence that the 1% inflicts on the world, but ironically fails to mention his own violence in his past, which he still does not apologize for. He feels that:

“We are living in a militarized society. That, that, it’s clear what the message is from power. The message is that Occupy represents violence, and marginalization and insanity, when in reality it’s the 1% that represents violence, and insanity and militarism. We’ve got a militarized society and its become so common sense that, getting on the airplane coming out here, the first thing they said was let all the, uhh, let all the ya know, uniformed military get on first and thank you for your service. And I said as I always do: let’s let the teachers and nurses get on first and thank them for their service. I mean, why is it that everything military has got to be good and everything that has to do with actual work, real work, not jobs, real work for people, that stuff gets discouraged and marginalized.”

I don’t see how he could deny Occupy violence, I mean seriously? I wonder why the media or anyone else would put violence and Occupy Wall Street together? hmmmmm. There are thousands arrested, property destroyed, people actually kidnapped…if you compare this to protest by those evil Tea Party protests, where there were actual calls by certain government officials to squash the movement, and in somecases, crocidile tears from Nancy Pelosi where she felt we were regressing to that time in her life were equality was being threatened, and even her life was in jeporady.

Regardless, Mr Ayers and his expressive rant on allowing the military on the airline first. If he had any respect for people who protect his very right that he is spewing over the airwaves, he should be happy to allow them to go on first. Are there other jobs that people do that help others, and could be allowed this courtesy? Sure. However, it is about respect for those who put their life on the line for Mr Ayers and Mrs Bernadine Dohrn so that what they say can actually be said. Does he really believe he could say some of the things he says in other countries like, maybe Iran (home of a recent Occupy Strategy Meeting) or say China? They would be jailed, beaten, or killed. They complain about the very people who are helping them keep their freedoms.

And Mrs Dorhn, railing and celebrating about the decline of capitalism, and the state of America. Maybe if people like Ayers and Dorhn would stop tearing this country apart, and try and work with people on both sides of the argument, and not try and force a world of communism or socialism, maybe we could get back to being the country that we should be.

I feel a lot of these people have been waiting for so long for another chance to continue and push their agenda from the sixties, they don’t see the end result of what they are doing, nor do they care. It is their way, no compromise. Fight, just like they did when they were young. To feel young again, what an aphrodisiac it is, isn’t it Mr Ayers? Living vicariously through the Occupy Movement. What a buzz.

Watch people like these, not to mention Van Jones, Frances Fox Piven, and the like. They are reliving their youth, to the end result of the countries destruction. There will be violence, and it will be guided by people like these.

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