Tag Archives: Bill Ayers

The New York Times loves terrorism if it’s the right sort

The rehabilitation and eventual beatification of Cesar Sayoc

New York Times  27 Oct 2038 Columbia University announced today that Cesar Sayoc having served his debt to society would assume the newly created Kathy Boudin chair of Social Justice and Explosives.  The chair was named for Boudin who 20 years ago actively served as an adjunct professor at the Columbia University School of Social Work after her release from prison. Some faculty objected on the grounds that, unlike Boudin, his explosives never actually killed anyone — https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Kathy_Boudin.  Members of the Bill Ayers society (https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Bill_Ayers) were also upset, even though Sayoc, like Bill back then is a good friend of the current president.

The impeccable timing of the New York Times

After putting ex-Weatherman Bill Ayers on page 1 saying he wished he’d ‘bombed more’ the day of the attack on the World Trade Center in 2001, the New York Times kept its unenviable timing record intact by posting “Dreams of my Muslim Son” about Islamophobia on the editorial page the day of the Orlando massacre. Usually they run their invariable innocent Muslims fearing hate crimes by American rednecks story a day or so after the latest atrocity.

Unfortunately Orlando can’t be camouflaged as workplace violence or the response to some video or other a la Benghazi. The perp was far too explicit. Nor can it be blamed on the failure of ‘the MidEast Peace Process’ or Israel, although undoubtedly some will try.

If I were the Muslim leadership in this country, I’d try to put together a Million Muslim March on Washington to protest the Orlando, San Bernadino, Boston etc. etc. massacres, as blots on the name of Islam. ISIS would probably try to kill a few, but it’s time for them to stand up, assuming there are large numbers of US Muslims that actually think this way.

The New York Times does it again


This is a link to an interview with Bill Ayers, former weatherman and terrorist which appeared 11 September 2001. In it he says He says he ”I don’t regret setting bombs. I feel we didn’t do enough.” I think the interview was on the bottom left corner of the front page (at least the edition available in Syracuse that day).

Today (15 April ’13) they have an article by a prisoner in Guantanamo on the opinion page saying it’s killing him.

Tomorrow, expect stories about Muslims cowering in fear. Next week — Islam is a religion of peace.

Res ispa loquitur