It was only a matter of time before a Cuba connection came to light in the Obama/William Ayers drama, because, if it’s ugly, commie, and anti-American, the castro regime is always somewhow in the mix.
Ayers’ terrorist acts in the 1970s didn’t just blow in out of nowhere. Ayers moved to urban guerrilla violence after finding Tom Hayden’s riot-prone Students for a Democratic Society too tame. He was inspired by the Cuban revolution of Fidel Castro, who toppled a democracy a decade earlier.
Ayers’ Weathermen were part of a broad upsurge of Marxist guerrilla movements across the hemisphere, using similar tactics to establish Cuba-style regimes. These children of the rich infiltrated universities and spread violence against the “establishment,” just as Ayers did.
Operating underground, Ayers’ Weathermen aligned closely with Castro’s Cuba, which aided Marxist terror groups. Some Weathermen on the run found asylum in Havana; others, like Mark Rudd, were trained by the KGB there. Cuba helped Weathermen on the lam by letting them secretly pass messages through Cuba’s embassy in Canada, says FBI informant Larry Grathwohl.
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