Make no mistake, this is the street battle that Bill Ayers envisioned in "Prairie Fire," the hateful, anti-American manifesto that he co-authored and used to rationalize terrorism in the 1970s, long after the Vietnam War ended. The book was dedicated to Sirhan Sirhan and others.
From Prairie Fire:
Our job is to tap the discontent seething in many sectors of the population, to find allies everywhere people are hungry or angry, to mobilize poor and working people against imperialism.
We have an urgent responsibility: to destroy imperialism from within in order to help free the world and ourselves from its grasp.
Our final goal is the destruction of imperialism, the seizure of power, and the creation of socialism. Our strategy for this stage of the struggle is to organize the oppressed people of the imperial nation itself to join with the colonies in the attack on imperialism. This process of attacking and weakening imperialism involves the defeat of all kinds of national chauvinism and arrogance; this is a precondition to our fight for socialism.Another excerpt:
The unique and fundamental condition of this time is the decline of U.S. imperialism. Our society is in social and economic crisis and assumptions about the U.S. are turned on their heads. These are hard conditions to live through. But they are favorable for the people and for revolution.
These conditions of constant change demand the weapon of theory. Like people everywhere, we are analyzing how to bring to life the potential forces which can destroy U.S. imperialism.
We are a guerrilla organization. We are communist women and men, underground in the United States for more than four years. We are deeply affected by the historic events of our time in the struggle against U.S. imperialism.
Our intention is to disrupt the empire, to incapacitate it, to put pressure on the cracks, to make it hard to carry out its bloody functioning against the people of the world, to join the world struggle, to attack from the inside.
Our intention is to engage the enemy, to wear away at him, to harass him, to isolate him, to expose every weakness, to pounce, to reveal his vulnerability.
Our intention is to encourage the people, to provoke leaps in confidence and consciousness, to stir the imagination, to popularize power, to agitate, to organize, to join in every way possible the people’s day-to-day struggles.
Our intention is to forge an underground, a clandestine political organization engaged in every form of struggle, protected from the eyes and weapons of the state, a base against repression, to accumulate lessons, experience and constant practice, a base from which to attack.Like fellow Chicago native Hillary Clinton, Ayers never faced punishment. The anti-imperialist's father was rich and connected.
After decades or dormancy -- of working within the system and better than you think -- Ayers led a group of thugs to stop a Trump rally in Chicago in March through intimidation, which shows that at age 72 this leech can still organize a riot.
He is the happiest man in America this morning.
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