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Posted on 03/18/2009 11:21:50 AM PDT by bs9021
Left-Wing Violence Exposed by: Bethany Stotts, March 18, 2009
A new extension of the 1960s Students for a Democratic Society (SDS) has become more and more active on campuses since its resurrection in 2006. However, the new SDS, which is funded by the Movement for a Democratic Society (MDS), is influenced by many of the same 60s radicals who led the Weather Underground. Of the action factionmembers who issued the Weatherman treatise on June 18, 1969, were Karen Ashley, Bill Ayers, Bernardine Dohrn, John Jacobs, Jeff Jones, Gerry Long, Howard Machtinger, Jim Mellen, Terry Robbins, Mark Rudd and Steve Tappis, wrote Cliff Kincaid, editor of Accuracy in Media, and Trevor Loudon, a New Zealand-based researcher and political activist, in a report released on March 12.
Of these eleven key Weatherman members, six of themAyers, Dohrn, Jones, Machtinger, Rudd, and Tappiswould turn up nearly 40 years later in the MDS or Progressives for Obama network, they write.
The fingerprints of Rudd, Dohrn, Machtinger and Ayers were found at the scene of the Weather Underground Pine Street Bomb Factory in March of 1971, according to declassified FBI documents.
Inspection of the apartment yielded an amount of explosives and bomb making paraphernalia, states page 384 of the Weather Organization Underground (WUO) FBI file.
WUO bombs usually contained metal fence staples, the speakers said. This was an anti-personnel weapon designed to maim and kill people, argued Kincaid.
Jim Petra, the first cop on the scene in 1970, described the injuries to other policemen at the station. The Sergeant took shrapnel which consisted of barbed wire fence post staples through his eyes, throat and brain, said Petra. Officer Fogarty took 19 of the staples in his body...
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“The new SDS mission calls for a broad-based, deep-rooted, and revolutionary transformation of our society with a totalitarian approach which incorporates oppression studies into their worldview without elevating any one cause above another. “
It was the word “totalitarian” that didn’t fit with their agenda, (though it fits with their tactics). I don’t think whoever wrote it meant to say that
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