Cuba’s Communist influence on
Bill Ayres and American terrorists
(coachisright.com) - Was the real reason for nObama’s executive order opening up Cuba to the United States his desire to fulfill the imprimatur of the Weather Underground Organization (WUO) to establish Communism in America? A FOIA request forced the FBI to open its top secret archives on the Weather Underground movement. Founded by several urban 1960′s revolutionaries including the husband-wife team of Bill Ayres-Bernardine Dohrn, the WUO grabbed the nation’s attention with its acts of domestic terrorism including bombings, attacks on police, police headquarters and bombing of a statue of police in Chicago’s Haymarket Square. “The example of the Cuban revolution became the guide for the emerging American student revolutionary” states this FBI vault file.
The goal is the destruction of American imperialism and the achievement of a classless world. World Communism, “is the stunning theme of the 70 page, Part I FBI document, one of six parts titled the WUO, which evolved from Students for A Democratic Society. Dohrn is an adjunct professor at Northwestern University’s Law School; Bill Ayres retired, without emeritus status, from his professorial position at the University of Illinois-Chicago.
According to the FBI, “…the influence of Cuba on the developing WUO was enormous.” Dohrn was one of six WUO organizers who traveled to Cuba in July, 1969, to meet with representatives of the Vietnamese and Cuban governments. Twenty pages of heavily redacted documentation follow the FBI’s study of these four topics: What motivates the WUO? With what world center of revolution did the Weatherpeople identify? Where did they travel and what international contacts did they have? How did international revolutionary activism influence the group’s activities here in the US? Finally, the FBI wanted to find out “who are the main adherents of the WUO?”
The recent executive order ending an embargo against Cuban-US travel, cigar imports ($100 limit) and other exchanges was supported by White House propaganda spin. Opening up free trade, “is the moral thing to do,” claimed the White House, as it will help the Cuban people escape fifty years of economic depression caused by the embrace of Communism. But close study of this archive reveals just how closely the student radicals that initiated Chicago’s Days of Rage were beholden to the philosophy of the Cuban revolution.
“Ideologies from Moscow, Peking and Havana formed much of the basis of the birth of America’s native born revolutionary.” The WUO obtained its revolutionary methodology from the Cubans and Vietnamese and importantly, put into practice what they had learned. Anecdotal web data continues to point to the Ayres-nObama connection and the distinct possibility that the political career of the country’s first black president had been launched “from the Ayres salon.” nObama once said he only knew Ayres because their children were in school activities together. That remark was debunked when it was pointed out just how far apart in age are the Ayres and nObama children.
Opening Cuba to American interaction gives effective cover to the exchange and spread of that island’s form of Communism here in the U.S. To obtain US state power, the Cuban communists and other revolutionaries acknowledge they must break our military might by over-extending our forces to defeat them on a piecemeal basis. If this quote doesn’t shake you to the core of your American citizenship, nothing will: “Our final goal is the destruction of imperialism, the seizure of power, and the creation of socialism.” The WUO tactic of fomenting unrest among minority sectors has reared its ugly head this past year in ways we haven’t seen since the 1960′s and 70′s. The New Black Panthers were shown on television using their batons as visual aids as they stood in front of a polling place. Nothing was done about this scary form of voter intimidation by AG Eric Holder who stated he didn’t want to move against “his people.” Attacks on the NYPD parallel what was done to Chicago police in the WUO uprisings of more than forty years ago.
These remarkable WUO archives in the FBI vault should be required reading for Americans. Perhaps the opening of Cuba’s borders will allow Americans to see the true extent of the damage done to this island by Communism and the brutal leaders who employ it as a means of maintaining power.