Weather Underground

What is it like being an underground revolutionary, with fantasies of grandeur, dreaming of a better tomorrow? In 1975, the Weather Underground, a militant faction of the Students for a Democractic Society attempting to overthrow U.S. imperialism, were fugitives in hiding. Filmmakers Emile de Antonio, Haskell Wexler and Mary Lampson spoke to members of group (who were concealed from the camera by sheets and mirrors to interesting effect). Much of footage which revealed too much was burned, and the film and negatives were subsequently subpoenaed by the FBI for use in their mission to capture the Weathermen:

Interesting how the MSM is completely ignoring this aspect of Andrew Breitbart’s untimely death. He was set to release the footage in question on March 1st, the day of his sudden and unexpected death … Paul Joseph Watson writes at

The footage that Andrew Breitbart planned to release just hours after his untimely death would have proven hugely damaging to President Obama’s re-election hopes, because it shows Obama fraternizing with Weather Underground terrorists whose goal it was to set up a Communist dictatorship inside the United States.

Pirate Papa interviews Bill Ayers, Professor at the University of Illinois and former member of the infamous Weather Underground: PP: As a father, what were your personal reasons for having kids and…