News from America's Survival - 26 October 2010

October 26th, 2010 at 5:52 am EDT

Cliff Kincaid
America's Survival, Inc.

Dear Friend of America’s Survival, Inc.

Our friends at World Net Daily have run two stories about our “Marxism in America” conference and its aftermath. Plus, Jim Simpson has authored a two-part series of articles on our conference at Right Side News. Please take a look at these stories.

On World Net Daily, check out Bob Unruh’s  “FBI Informant to Congress: Investigate Ayers, Dohrn Now.” Then, Aaron Klein reports today on my confrontation with Weather Underground terrorist Bernardine Dohrn. This was captured in a YouTube video.

During that confrontation, Bill Ayers came to the defense of Dohrn and said that I was “delusional” to insist that they had written a book dedicated in part to the political assassin of Robert F. Kennedy. You can get all the facts by going to a special section I have established on my web site. Here you can read or listen to the statement from RFK’s son Christopher Kennedy on why he was voting to deny Ayers professor emeritus status at the University of Illinois. It was because of the dedication in their book to Sirhan Sirhan, convicted assassin of RFK.

Who’s delusional? Ayers and Dohrn. And they still are.

Let me tell you where we are going in all of this. In my special section on our conference, you will see numerous calls for the new Congress to re-establish committees on internal security. I will need your help in this campaign. This kind of committee can investigate Ayers and Dohrn for their reported involvement in the 1970 bombing murder of San Francisco Police Sergeant Brian V. McDonnell. This committee could investigate U.S.-based Marxist groups providing support to foreign terrorist organizations.

I will have more to report on this in the next several weeks.

Please help spread the word.

For America's Survival,


Cliff Kincaid, President

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