The last time we checked in on Weather Underground founder and failed terrorist Bill Ayers, he was slandering a dead man for daring to mock him to his face. Which of his betters is he maligning this time?
Courtesy of The Blaze, here are Bill Ayers and Bernardine Dohrn at Occupy Wall Street, which is apparently still a thing:
“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.”
Forget about all those Occupy rapes, riots, murders, etc. What’s up with our armed forces getting to board a plane before Bill Ayers?
As Ayers knows but pretends not to, people who live in military dictatorships don’t go around talking about how they live in military dictatorships. In fact, one of the signs that you’re not living in a military dictatorship is that your countrymen are free to claim they are. They get to whine as loudly as they want about having to wait to board a plane. They get to bristle when reminded of the existence of better men.
It should also be noted that the Weather Underground bombed the Pentagon on May 19, 1972. They chose that date because it was Ho Chi Minh’s birthday. Nobody was injured or killed, fortunately, because Bill Ayers is a failure. Three of his cohorts weren’t so lucky a couple of years earlier, when a nailbomb intended for a non-commissioned officers’ dance at Ft. Dix blew up as Ayers’ pals were assembling it, putting them underground for real. And that, friends, is why you should heed his opinions about the military.
It’s also why he’s perfect for the Occupy movement. Who better to help OWS justify futile acts of senseless violence than President Obama’s old friend and mentor Bill Ayers?