'Social justice' according to Bill Ayers

'Social justice' according to Bill Ayers

6 April 2009

FAITH AND FAMILY
"The latest ... successful attempt to spread hatred and violence has been to take that wonderful call to 'justice' and insert one word in front of it that makes it 'better' -- as in, 'social justice'. ... The combination of these words makes one feel so good. But it's time to pull back the curtain and find out what the term has come to mean, how it has been able to gain such massive popularity, and who is behind it. Can you say, 'William Ayers'? Yes, that William Ayers. ... What is Ayers brand of 'social justice' that now permeates our schools and society at large? It is a perversion of what Scripture calls for. If you read his text books and those of his compatriots, you know that he uses the term to call for overthrowing the free-market system -- which affords equal opportunity for everyone -- and replacing it with a system that forces the 'redistribution of wealth' -- and he's not afraid to use violence, hatred and class warfare to do it. He believes that America as a nation is today unjust and oppressive. He freely admits that he is a 'communist street fighter'. His courses, recommended books (such as Queering Elementary Education) and theories are now widely adopted at teacher's colleges around the country. Part of Ayer's success has been to first teach such messages of hatred and racism in inner-city schools. But like everything else from the spread of violent rap music, to the 'gangsta clothing' styles and the attitudes that go with them, to the problems of out of wedlock sex and pregnancy, when you take advantage of disadvantaged kids and feed the problems, those ills eventually spread into the suburban communities as well. ... So, the next time you hear the phrase, 'social justice', take time to question the one who is using it.... Maybe their motives are pure and they are using the word 'justice' in its classic, biblical sense. But chances are they have no idea that the vision of justice that has taken their hearts captive was perpetrated by a terrorist who is using their good will to spread his hatred and to bring forth a more authoritative government where the individual is held captive to a few elitists with ultimate power." --Heritage Foundation Senior Communications Fellow Rebecca Hagelin

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5 years 33 weeks ago, 3:36 PM

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Get off the Flag! you ass too many people have bled too even see this (Dumb Mother F'er)

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5 years 33 weeks ago, 3:38 PM

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This is what Ayers, Obama and their ilk think of the US! I would say that "IF" their was a "Enemy of the State List" Ayres would be at the top of the list.

5 years 33 weeks ago, 3:49 PM

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he made to the top of mine. well ok he went from the #2 to #1.
1.Ayers
2.Osama bin laden
the rest of the list reads like America's most wanted. god I've already had to deal w/enough mental midgets today (it's a monday what should I expect)

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5 years 33 weeks ago, 1:35 AM

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I don't have a list

The possibility of having bin Laden, Ayers, Reno, and Horiuchi in an area together and have to pick them off in order is low, so I guess my list is a list of "Targets of Opportunity"

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