Monday, September 22, 2008

McCain/Palin: Obama;Ayers; Hugo Chavez and Chinese & Russian Military Weapons

For all of the 'hard-hitting, scrappy and independent Chicago news hounds' - that would be John Kass and Tim Novak. How about a bit of 'investigative work' on Billy Ayers and community organizer Presidential would -be Barack Obama?

Let's root out the connection. Before you say that there is none - let's take a look at what is out in the public eye.

Here is the time-line for Barack Obama and his 'guy from the neighborhood' with the drag to close a University of Illinois Chicago library to an investigative journalist - Billy Boy Ayers.

1987 William Ayers meets Barack Obama

1988 Ayers solicits Khalid Al-Mansour to raise money for Obama's Harvard law School education

1989 Tom Ayers and William Ayers get Obama a summer job at Sidley & Austin (where he meets Michelle Obama); Ayers' wife Bernadine Dohrn also worked at Sidley at about the same time as Barack and Michelle.

1993 Ayers places Obama on Woods Foundation

1995 Ayers makes Obama Chairman of Annenberg Challenge

1995 Ayers hosts a coffee klatch for Obama's political debut (Obama falsely claims this is when he met Ayers)

2007-2008 The structure of Obama's presidential campaign increasingly comes to resemble an Ayers-designed national "community organizer matrix" straight out of Maoist theory. This is not merely a presidential "campaign." Obama's organization is the first installment of an ongoing movement being paid for with tax-exempt contributions to his campaign, approaching half a billion dollars.

2008Obama In response to ABC News, Obama tells a national TV audience he was "six years old" when Ayers bombed federal buildings, and they are only casual neighborhood acquaintances. A lie.

Okay, gritty news-hounds! Let's take the leash off! William Ayers has long been a conduit for Revolution through Hugo Chavez. Ayers 'adopted' kid works for Chavez. The Woods Fund records would be a nice source to follow the moeny from Woods Fund to 'community organizers' to Hugo Chavez* - the Man with Chevron Gas Stations right on South Western Ave. at about 49th Street! I'll bet that some COMMUNITY ORGANIZER - got the start up for that gas station and that it can be traced through the community developent LISC to Woods. BTW- try and track down any Chevron listings for Chicago. Go to work, newsies. Oh, that's right. Not allowed.

Americans will face Chinese and Russian made military aircraft in the Wetern Hemisphere. On Friday, I hope McCain goes for Obama's doughy belly on South America.

* El Jefe: Hugo Chavez -
Venezuela will buy combat and training aircraft from China this week, leftist Venezuela President Hugo Chavez confirmed in a television broadcast Sunday.
The purchases will be made as part of a six-country tour, Chavez said in his broadcast of the "Alo President" television program from the Miraflores presidential palace in Caracas, hours before leaving on a "strategic interest" trip to Cuba, China, Russia, Belarus, France and Portugal.

Chavez, a staunch foe of the US government, confirmed that during his stay in Beijing he will purchase 24 K-8 aircraft "to train fighter pilots." The planes could be part of Venezuela's air force by next year.

The president also confirmed that while in Beijing he will arrange the construction of tanker vessels in Chinese shipyards, with the aim of installing a shipyard in Venezuela in the near future.

These plans come in addition to the construction of a refinery in China to process oil from Venezuela, and plans to create a bi-national company to install a refinery in the remote oil-rich Orinoco region in eastern Venezuela.

Caracas provides 500,000 barrels of oil per day to Beijing, a trade which is expected to increase to one million barrels a day by 2012.

Chavez, who describes China as a strategic ally, will move forward with a six billion dollar bilateral investment fund. China will contribute four billion dollars to the fund, and Venezuela two billion dollars.

Caracas will use the fund for "socialist productive projects."

"Before we had to go to Washington to beg for money. Not now. Now we negotiate with the Chinese," said Chavez.

Chavez announced that during his visit to Beijing the investment fund will benefit from an additional four billion dollars for further "development" in Venezuela.

After China, Chavez will head to Moscow.

Venezuela in recent years has been broadening its military ties to Moscow, and Chavez backed Russia in the recent Georgian conflict.

Last week, Russian supersonic Tu-160 bombers for the first time flew training runs with Venezuela in an area of the Caribbean traditionally considered the US military's sphere of influence.

Chavez's trip is expected to last until September 27.


Anonymous said...

A world gone mad, I've witnessed it, lived it. From the days in the 60's when we practiced hiding
beneath our school desks in case the Russians pushed the button. There was the Cuban Missile Crisis and we held our collective breath. We could hardly believe the
"assassination years", then Viet Nam and Watergate.I listened to my father and uncles talk about the Great War, Hitler, Mussolini,
Stalin. Through it all, there still was a sense we would
perservere, rise above these challenges and set backs. People still had the will and the backbone to go with it. Today many are plastic replicas, Americans in name only, self absorbed, soft in the head. There is moral erosion,
intellectual demise and an outright
disconnect with commonsense. I pray
there is still enough saneness to save this country in November.

davidmc said...

citgo, not chevron

Anonymous said...

Read Letter from Hugo Chavez to Carlos the Jackal

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Hugo Chávez letter to Ilich Ramirez Sanchez alias "The Jackal"
Hugo Chávez Frías

Miraflores, 03 March 1999.
Ilich Ramirez Sanchez
Distinguished Fellow citizens:
Swimming in the depths of his letter of solidarity may sound a little thought and feeling is that everything has its time: pile of rocks, or thrown ... to give warmth to the revolution or ignore it; forward dialectically combining what must unite in struggle between classes or advocating confrontation between them, according to the thesis of Ivan Ilyich Ulianova. Time to fight for ideals and time but not being able to assess the fight itself ... Time of opportunity, the fine smell and the stalking instinct to reach the psychological moment in which Ariadne, invested with laws, tile thread that allows exit maze ...
The Liberator Simón Bolívar, whose theory and practice inform the doctrine which underpins our revolution, in sphinx invocation to God dropped this phrase preludial of his physical disappearance: How can I get out of this maze ... The phrase, content and tacit collection by your GP, French Alejandro Prospero Reverend in his memoirs, is called deep illumination of the path we follow.
Another French, Alexandre Dumas, ends his book The Count of Monte Cristo with these words of Jesus: "The lives of men is encrypted in two words: trust and hope, inducing to think that at the end of the battle appears that some Supreme Someone, vested with the wisdom Abate Faría inspired the way out, wrapped in new synthesis in revolutionary approach to God that everyone has in his heart.
Let's say that the time Bolivar with prodigies will remain only in terms of spirit and righteousness as we observe these necessary relationships that stem from the nature of things. Humanity is one and there is no scale space-time to stop thinking of the hero Caracas. Let us say to him:
I feel that the energy of my soul rises, it expands and always catches up to the magnitude of hazards. My doctor told me that my soul needs feeding on dangers to keep my mind, so that God allowed this to crearme stormy revolution, so that I could live my busy at a particular destination.
With deep faith in the cause and the mission! For now and forever!
Hugo Chávez Frías
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