Wednesday, October 22, 2008

Ayers Touts His Marxist/Anarchist Leanings Week Before Obama Event

This video, which includes a radio interview with domestic terrorist Bill Ayers is very interesting in light of the fact that Barack Obama has tried to hide his relationship with Ayers ("he was just a guy in my neighborhood"), and when caught, attempted to claim he didn’t know about Ayers’ terrorist past and Ayers ultra-radical Marxist views.


"I'm as much an anarchist as I am a Marxist." - Bill Ayers, 2002

"It's not that I want to punish your success. I just want to make sure that everybody who is behind you that they've got a chance at success, too. I think when we spread the wealth around, it's good for everybody." - Barack Obama to Joe the Plumber

"From each according to his abilities, to each according to his needs." - Karl Marx

Seven days later, April 19, 2002, Obama was with Ayers at a discussion designed to advance an extreme liberal agenda.

"I'm very open about what I think and nobody here is surprised about what I think." - Bill Ayers

"There is a struggle over various religious fundamentalism, Jihad being the most visible, but the religious fundamentalism of the Christians and the Jews is equally troubling." - Bill Ayers

Obama and Ayers were both on the board of the Woods Fund for three years. The year this was recorded, they attended four board meetings together.

"Is one of those regrets that I took extreme measures against the United States at a time of tremendous crisis, no it is not. I don't regret that." - Bill Ayers

"The people of the world are being exploited and oppressed and militarized by the the great imperialistic powers led by the United States. That is the situation today in my view. It's a situation we should all be horrified at and we should all oppose." - Bill Ayers

"The White Panther Party was a group of cultural revolutionaries mainly. They were artists and anarchists and drug, dope smokers and a really good group of people." - Bill Ayers

Why the Obama-Ayers connection is relevant...and the connection should should worry voters because Marxism and democracy are incompatible.


Anonymous said...

Hope all is well for you. Am running all around these days.


Anonymous said...

The only Marxism I like is Groucho ;)


Christie said...

From Bruce Carruthers, a sociology professor at Northwestern University:

"Obama is like a center-liberal Democrat, and he is certainly not looking to overthrow capitalism. My goodness, he wouldn't have the support of someone like The Wizard of Omaha, Warren Buffet, if he truly was going to overthrow capitalism."

Elizabeth Prata said...

Unfortunately that professor would be wrong. There are too many Marxist-Socialist ties, statements, and documents to ignore:

Obama told Chicago Public Radio that the Warren Court was too conservative and missed its opportunity to redistribute wealth on a much grander scale. In fact, Obama wanted them to break the Constitution and reorder American society far outside of what the founders intended.

Obama told Joe the Plumber that he didn't want to punish anyone who was ahead but... he did want to spread the wealth around, because it's good for everyone.

A report from Cliff Kincaid at Accuracy in Media published a critique asserting that while the Obama-sponsored Global Poverty Act sounds nice, the adoption would "result in the imposition of a global tax on the United States" and would make levels "of U.S. foreign aid spending subservient to the dictates of the United Nations." It dedicates 0.7 percent of the U.S. gross national product to foreign aid, which over 13 years he said would amount to $845 billion "over and above what the U.S. already spends." The UN could raise that tax on the US at will, and spend it at will, with no say from the US, which is taxation without representation. It's also forced charity.

Obama is by far and away THE most liberal senator, rated objectively by Zogby, as a 95. That rating does not reflect "center liberal" but radical left.

Obama writes in his memoir that he chose his marxist friends carefully" "To avoid being mistaken for a sellout, I chose my friends carefully," the Democratic presidential candidate wrote in his memoir, "Dreams From My Father." "The more politically active black students. The foreign students. The Chicanos. The Marxist professors and structural feminists."

He is in print, on audio, and on video professing socialist principle, his voting record and sponsored bills support it, and his ties to radicals over the course of ten to twenty years reveals it.