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To: therightliveswithus

I suspect it is related to what Mike Zullo at Sheriff Joe’s press conference yesterday said they have regarding Obama at that time. Specifically, he said that they have an affidavit signed by a government informant who testifies to having been in the home of Bill Ayers and hearing Bill Ayers’ mother introduce Obama as a foreign student who they were helping to get an American education.

If a government informant was at the Ayers house it was probably somebody who infiltrated the Ayers circle in order to spy on them (Larry Grathwohl comes to mind), and a natural response to finding this special foreigner that the Ayers took under their wing would be to follow that student and find what he was up to - maybe even videotape him...

Grathwohl has said that he was at meetings where Columbia University folks like Bill Ayers were planning how they would have to exterminate an estimated 15 million people who would resist “re-education” after the communist revolution.

It’s almost too much to hope for, but in a dream world Obama would have been caught on video at one of those meetings as a result of having been followed after being introduced to an undercover government informant as a foreign student. (The real dream world would be if none of this had happened but given that it’s happened this would be the dream world because it could help us stop the demise of this country.)

Probably not that exact smoking gun, but I suspect it is related to that subject.


20 posted on 03/02/2012 10:31:31 AM PST by butterdezillion
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To: butterdezillion
Anything showing Obama with Ayers that goes further back than we already know would be great, obviously. Especially, if it's weatherman-type discussion.

My guess is, it will live video (or audio) confirming accounts we already have of Obama's radicalism. E.g., something that would bring to life stuff along the lines of Dr. John C. Drew's recollections:

Naturally, our conversation gravitated towards the coming revolution. I expected that my undergraduate friends would be interested in hearing my latest take on contemporary Marxist thought. I was in for quite a bit of a shock.

My graduate studies that fall had tempered my earlier Marxism with a more realistic perspective. I thought a revolution was not in the cards anymore. There was no inevitability, in my mind, to the old idea that the proletariat would rise up and overthrow the ruling classes. Now, the idea that we could entirely eliminate the profit motive from an advanced industrialized economy seemed like a childhood fantasy. The future, I now thought, would belong to nations with mixed economic systems -- like those in Europe -- where there was government planning of the economy combined with a greater effort to produce a more equitable distribution of wealth. It made more sense to me to focus on elections rather than on preparing for a coming revolution.

Boss and Obama, however, had a starkly different view. They believed that the economic stresses of the Carter years meant revolution was still imminent. The election of Reagan was simply a minor set-back in terms of the coming revolution. As I recall, Obama repeatedly used the phrase "When the revolution comes...." In my mind, I remember thinking that Obama was blindly sticking to the simple Marxist theory that had characterized my own views while I was an undergraduate at Occidental College. "There's going to be a revolution," Obama said, "we need to be organized and grow the movement." In Obama's view, our role must be to educate others so that we might usher in more quickly this inevitable revolution.

I know this may be implausible to some readers, but I distinctly remember Obama surprising me by bringing up Frantz Fanon and colonialism. He impressed me with his knowledge of these two topics, topics which were not among my strong points -- or of overwhelming concern to me. Boss and Obama seemed to think their ideological purity was a persuasive argument in predicting that a coming revolution would end capitalism. While I felt I was doing them a favor by providing them with the latest research, I saw I was in danger of being cast as a reactionary who did not grasp the nuances of international Marxist theory.


40 posted on 03/02/2012 11:36:25 AM PST by cynwoody
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