Terrorist Bill Ayers Says His Terrorism Was Special — Not Like The Boston Terrorists

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Bill Ayers says people can’t equate the bombings that he and others in the Weather Underground did 40 or so years ago with the April 15 twin bombings in Boston that killed three people.

Ayers, a retired professor of education at the University of Illinois-Chicago, co-founded the anti-Vietnam War Weather Underground group that bombed the U. S. Capitol, the Pentagon and other buildings in the late 1960s and into the early 1970s. The radical Weather Underground took its name from lyrics in a Bob Dylan song.

The United States is the most violent country that has ever been created, Ayers said.

U.S. Sen. John McCain, R-Ariz., committed daily war crimes in Vietnam “and I get asked about violence when what I did was some destruction of property to issue a scream and cry against an illegal war in which 6,000 people a week are being killed,” Ayers said. “Six thousand a week being killed and I destroyed some property. Show me the equivalence. You should ask John McCain that question … I’m against violence.”

“To conflate a group of fundamentalist people [in Boston] who are nihilistic in some way with a group of people who spent their lives trying to oppose the murder of 6,000 people a week … and still the killing went on. And still the killing went on. What would you have done?” Ayers said. “There’s no equivalence [with Boston]. Property damage. That’s what we did.”

Yeh, that’s what they did except when they weren’t plotting to kill people. 

Although no one was killed in the bombings of NYPD headquarters, the Pentagon and the U.S. Capitol building between 1970 and 1972, Ayers’ then-girlfriend Diana Oughton, pal Terry Robbins and fellow Weather Underground member Ted Gold were all killed when a bomb they were making in a Greenwich Village townhouse exploded. That bomb, which was packed with nails similar to the pressure cooker bombs used to kill three and injure more than 200 at the Boston Marathon, was intended for use on newly drafted soldiers at Fort Dix, according to authorities.

And, of course, there is another parallel between Ayer’s Weather underground and the terrorist brothers.  They’re both cop killers.

Larry Grathwohl, the FBI informant who infiltrated the terrorist group and later wrote the 1976 book “Bringing Down America,” said he Ayers told him personally that fellow Weather Underground member and future wife Bernadine Dohrn set the bomb that killed San Francisco Park Police Sgt. Brian McDonnell in 1970.

John Murtagh, who was 9 years old when his father, a New York judge, presided over the trial of members of the Black Panther Party accused of a plot to bomb New York landmarks and department stores, blames the Weather Underground for setting three gasoline-filled firebombs at his boyhood home while the family slept. Two were placed at the front door and the third under the gas tank of the family car.

The bombs only managed to damage the car and destroy a snowman the little boy had built a few days earlier, but Murtagh, now an attorney, said the Weather Underground’s intentions were to kill, whether they succeeded or not.

“The notion that Bill Ayers and the Weather Underground were about property damage – like they were egging cars on Halloween — is absurd,” Murtagh said. “The only difference between Bill Ayers and the Tsarnaev brothers is that [Ayers] was incompetent, apparently.”

Typical leftist rationalization and deflection.  Not wishing to be held responsible for his own actions, he attacks someone else.  He rationalizes because his crew was too incompetent to blow anyone up other than one police officer.  He thinks his cause was noble so that excused the bombings.  And, then, of course, he lies.  He says he’s against violence, but actively participated in violence. 

The attack on John McCain simply illustrates the depths of depravity Ayers possesses.  While I don’t care for McCain’s politics, no one can question his service to his nation.  And no one other than former POWs can fathom the suffering he went through for this nation. 

Ayers is still the murderous immoral scumbag he always was. 

Read more here and here.

h/t Phil 

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19 Responses to Terrorist Bill Ayers Says His Terrorism Was Special — Not Like The Boston Terrorists

  1. miked1947 says:

    Skeeter’s Hero!
    The Boys in Boston were members of the Religion Of Peace and were preforming a Peaceful Demonstration in the name of their God! They were ridding the world of the unfaithful!
    Bill was blowing stuff up to get attention! Or should I say “Peace Loving my A$$”!

  2. kim2ooo says:

    “To conflate a group of fundamentalist people [in Boston] who are nihilistic in some way with a group of people who spent their lives trying to oppose the murder of 6,000 people a week … and still the killing went on. And still the killing went on.

    I believe, the jihadist make the same claim.

  3. kim2ooo says:

    Typical leftist rationalization and deflection.

    Fixed it for ya! 🙂
    Typical leftist rationalization and defecation.

  4. kim2ooo says:

    Poster boy for anti- bullying gays:

    Dan Savage is an author, advice columnist, and founder of It Gets Better, an anti-bullying project. If you’ve ever seen one of those videos of a celebrity telling gay teens “it gets better,” that was Dan’s idea.

    http://dailycaller.com/2013/05/06/anti-bullying-advocate-dan-savage-wishes-cancer-on-sarah-palin/

  5. PhilJourdan says:

    I am not responsible for the observation: “is crew was too incompetent to blow anyone up other than one police officer.”

    That is sheer brilliance!

    I just asked 2 questions.

    #1 – Are the people less dead because you support the bomber?
    #2 – Are the victims less innocent because you support the bomber?

    I do not expect a rational answer from a mass murdering animal like Ayers. But what bothers me the most is that I am not surprised by the fact that the MSM never asked those questions of him – or Obama.

    • suyts says:

      No, they never do answer that question. It’s just like the gun debate. They only quote gun deaths, as if it’s worse to die of a gunshot than a bomb or anything else.

  6. HankH says:

    I don’t even know where to start with this. A man who followed a campaign and philosophy of violence and murder says the United States is one of the most violent countries that has ever been created? Who is he to be pointing the finger? He’s a complete ignoramus and typical brain dead leftard who once again demonstrates that all leftists do is project.

    • suyts says:

      No doubt, how vile does a person have to be to project his violence and then try to say his terrorism isn’t as bad as someone else’ terrorism?

  7. DirkH says:

    A lot like our own Joseph “Joschka” Fischer; who was the leader of the Putztruppe, where”Putz” was their backronym for Proletaric Union for Terror and Zerstörung (destruction). He was responsible for their use of Molotov cocktails that left a young policeman with 60% burns. Later Joseph Fischer became leader of the German Greens (even though the Putztruppe never had the slightest interest in environmental problems) and then even German foreign minister.

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