One cannot overstate the the threat to our very Republic that is embodied by Bill Ayers. His career has pivoted from founding the Weather Underground, to bombing American institutions that are the bullwark of the protection of our Constitutional freedoms, to becoming a distinguished professor and theorist in early childhood education.
So it should come as little surprise that when he was invited to speak at the University of Oregon and Lane Community College on April 26, liberty-loving Oregonians were a bit put off. Sadly, the state of affairs in our fine state led too few people to speak out. We lost an opportunity to educate the public on just how radical, extreme and destructive the adherence to the Communist Manifesto can be – and how dangerous it still remains to the existence of the United States.
Here is Bill Ayers’ entire speech. He talks about how young activists can get involved in furthering the Social Justice movement, which is really just another way of advancing marxism in our society.
And just in case you have forgotten how dangerous a person Bill Ayers is, a quick reminder – he “lucked out” and escaped further public exposure when his interview to promote his new book was published in the New York Times the morning of Sept 11, 2001. Here is the interview in its entirety, for background.