Thursday, October 23, 2008

The latest on "mild-mannered" Bill Ayers . . .

. . . the guy who--together with his wife--has repeatedly said he wishes they had done more bombing and done more damage. . . .

Get a load of Bill ("Billy") Ayers' and Bernardine Dohrn (Ayers') view of the world from their political manifesto Prairie Fire reprinted with commentary at ZombieTimes.

Please notice what they say:
Revolutionary war will be complicated and protracted. It includes mass struggle and clandestine struggle, peaceful and violent, political and economic, cultural and military, where all forms are developed in harmony with the armed struggle.

Without mass struggle there can be no revolution.

Without armed struggle there can be no victory.
My sense: as far as they are concerned, we are "merely" involved in the "clandestine struggle, peaceful, . . . political and economic, [and] cultural."

And lest you think Ayers and his wife have given up on any of their beliefs, listen to the interviews. Here's just one . . .

"We were young, we were foolish, we made mistakes . . . and we would do it again."

But perhaps you would like to see some more:

Bill Ayers speaking at the MSU SDS (Students for a Democratic Society) meeting in 2007:

Bernardine speaking at the same meeting:

("Doing everything possible to overthrow capitalism . . .")
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