Academicians Love A Terrorist

Monday, October 27th, 2008 4:22 pm by Neal

It’s bad enough that unrepentant terrorist Bill Ayers bombed the Pentagon and U.S. Capitol, that he launched Barack Obama’s political career, and that the media have completely ignored and covered up these connections. However, this list of 3880 (as of our publication date) professors, grad students, and teachers who have signed a petition “supporting Professor Ayers” is just too much.

You can read the petition and view the list of those who have signed it at the website Here’s part of the petition’s text:

The current characterizations of Professor Ayers—“unrepentant terrorist,” “lunatic leftist”—are unrecognizable to those who know or work with him. It’s true that Professor Ayers participated passionately in the civil rights and antiwar movements of the 1960s, as did hundreds of thousands of Americans. His participation in political activity 40 years ago is history; what is most relevant now is his continued engagement in progressive causes, and his exemplary contribution—including publishing 16 books— to the field of education. The current attacks appear as part of a pattern of “exposés” and assaults designed to intimidate free thinking and stifle critical dialogue.

Hey block-headed professors: the “characterization” of Ayers as “unrepentant terrorist” may be unrecognizable to you morons, but why don’t you ask some of the victims of Ayers or even the unrepentant professor himself. Notice how these double-speak professors try to characterize bombing buildings as participating “passionately in the civil rights and antiwar movements”. Unbelievable.

Parents may want to check the list of those who have signed the petition to see just how radical their kid’s colleges are. For example, by our quick count, some 40 professors and grad students at the University Of Georgia have signed the petition making it the fourth most supportive school behind the University of Chicago, the University of California, and National-Louis University.

Way to go, UGA.

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