Advocating on Behalf of the American Military and Defense on the War on Terror


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Unrepentant terrorist Bill Ayers is back in the news – and not because he’s buddies with President-elect Barack Obama.

Obama shook him off enough to placate some voters, but the publicity over the Obama-Ayers connection reminded red-blooded Americans of the monsters among us. We’re fighting back and sending a clear message: Elitist educational institutions may think it’s OK to rub elbows with terrorists, but we won’t stand for it.


Citizens have already hounded universities that have invited Ayers to speak, and some have rescinded their invitations. The University of Nebraska told Ayers to stay home, and DuPage College also yanked their invitation.


Now St. Mary’s College of Moraga – a Catholic university - has invited Ayers to speak on campus. American patriots are mobilizing to stop this madness.

My group, Move America Forward, is working with other organizations like San Francisco State Republican Club members and the Contra Costa County Republican party to stymie Ayers’ ability to spread his radical ideas.

Most shocking to me is that a Catholic institution would invite a terrorist onto its campus. Despite what Nancy Pelosi has said, the Catholic Church is pro-life. What would possess a Catholic college to sponsor somebody who used bombs and violence against America?

Honestly, it makes me want to call an exorcist.

The church also condemns violence, so I wonder what the Bishops, Cardinals and the Pope think about Ayers’ ugly history as a terrorist who helped bomb the United States Capitol in 1971, the pentagon in 1972, and the New York City Police Headquarters in 1970.

The only difference between Ayers and the radical Muslims who attacked the United States on Sept. 11, 2001, is that Ayers wasn’t clever enough to hijack planes and use them as weapons of mass destruction.

Ayers has denied that he was a terrorist, which further proves that he is dangerously sick in the head.


“We weren't terrorists," Ayers told an interviewer for the Chicago Tribune in 2001. "The reason we weren't terrorists is because we did not commit random acts of terror against people. Terrorism was what was being practiced in the countryside of Vietnam by the United States.”


Ayers wrote this in his memoir:”Although the bomb that rocked the Pentagon was itsy-bitsy - weighing close to two pounds - it caused 'tens of thousands of dollars' of damage. The operation cost under $500, and no one was killed or even hurt.”


Ayers’ bombs were lethal. Three of his radical buddies were killed while building bombs in 1970. But, of course, nobody was hurt by WMDs, if you ask Ayers.


Americans understand that we are in a war against terrorists, domestic and foreign. Ayers may have gotten away with his crimes, due to legal technicalities, but we will not let him roam free and allow him to poison the minds of Americans.

I will track  him and those who give him cover, and I have a lot of company to help MAF will hold a press conference on Monday in Sacramento, and conferences condemning Ayers’ appearance at St. Mary’s will also be held in San Francisco and Moraga.

The bottom line is that Ayers is not fit to speak to any respectable audience. It’s

time that elitist academia wakes up.

The Patriot Guard Riders will help wake them up with hundreds of roaring Harleys. They have sent a call to arms to all of their chapters throughout the United States. St. Mary’s leaders might want to invest in some earplugs if they insist on allowing Ayers onto their campus.

I don’t want to hear from radicals who claim we are trying to violate Ayers’ rights to free speech. As far as I’m concerned, no terrorist has a right to speak in this country, which is at war with terrorists. America-haters will no longer get a free pass when they open our universities to terrorists like Ayers and Iranian President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad.


We don’t need to hear from these monsters. We’ve seen and heard enough, and we will do everything that is legal to stop Ayers’ appearance, including appealing to the Catholic Church.

The Catholic Church must intervene. It stands for life and peace, not the hate and violence that Ayers and his group inflicted on others.     





St. Mary's President, Brother Ronald Gallagher, F.S.C., Ph.D.

(925) 631-4203

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Chairman Board of Trustees, James Quandt

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Office of Alumni Relations 
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Director of Media Relations, Michael McAlpin

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