Dear Friend of America's Survival,
Palestinian Marxist Sirhan Sirhan is in the news because he was stabbed in prison. He killed Robert F. Kenndy on June 6, 1968 because Kennedy was a supporter of Israel. The assassination occurred on the first anniversary of the Six Day War in which Israel defeated the armies of its Arab neighbors. What’s more, Sirhan’s diaries include the repeated phrases, “RFK must die,” and “long live communism.”
The media won't tell you this, but Sirhan attended meetings of the Communist Party’s W.E.B. Dubois Clubs and one of his closest friends was Walter Crowe, a communist who told investigators after the assassination that he feared that he may have influenced Sirhan to kill Kennedy.
Obama associates Bill Ayers and Bernardine Dohrn, when they were in the Weather Underground, wrote a Prairie Fire Manifesto that includes a dedication in part to Sirhan Sirhan, listing him as a political prisoner. This led the University of Illinois and trustees Chairman Christopher Kennedy, son of RFK, to deny Ayers professor emeritus status after he retired. Kennedy said, “There is nothing more antithetical to the hopes for a university that is lively and yet civil, or to the hopes of our founding fathers for their great experiment of a self-governing people, than to permanently seal off debate with one’s opponents by killing them. There can be no place in a democracy to celebrate political assassinations or to honor those who do so.”
Black communist W.E.B Dubois praised Stalin, won the Lenin Peace Price and renounced his American citizenship.
For America's Survival,