“Marxism in America”
A conference sponsored by America’s Survival, Inc.
October 21, 2010
National Press Club, First Amendment Lounge
529 14th St N.W., Washington, DC 20045
Free and open to the public. Reservations requested.
10 a.m. to 4:00 p.m. Lunch and refreshments provided.
America’s Survival, Inc. (ASI) is a public policy group founded by Cliff Kincaid, a
veteran investigative reporter and editor of Accuracy in Media, to examine international organizations, communist movements, and terrorist groups. ASI launched a project in 2009, “Justice for Victims of Weather Underground Terrorism,” in order to assist law enforcement authorities in prosecuting the 1970 San Francisco Park Station bombing murder of Police Sergeant Brian V. McDonnell by the Weather Underground. The case is still open and evidence is being gathered. The San Francisco Police Officers Association made headlines in San Francisco and on Fox News nationally when officials of the organization issued a statement supporting Kincaid’s efforts and blaming the bombing on the Weather Underground and Bill Ayers and Bernardine Dohrn. President Barack Obama’s relationship with Ayers and Dohrn became a scandal during his 2008 campaign for president when Republican Vice Presidential candidate Sarah Palin accused Obama of “palling around” with terrorists.
The October 21 conference will feature:
- The first Washington, D.C. appearance by Professor Paul Kengor, author of the blockbuster new book, Dupes, on how “progressives” (once known as liberals) have been manipulated over the course of decades by the international communist movement financed by and run from Moscow.
Several chapters in Kengor’s book draw heavily on research done by ASI President Cliff Kincaid into the FBI file on President Barack Obama’s Communist mentor, Frank Marshall Davis. Kincaid obtained the FBI file and released it during the 2008 presidential campaign. Kincaid discovered that Davis had been selected as Obama’s mentor in Hawaii, during the time Obama was 10-18 years old, by his grandfather, Stanley Dunham, whose FBI file mysteriously showed up missing in response to a Freedom of Information Act (FOIA) request from Kincaid. Kengor credits Kincaid for his research and work on several occasions in his book, noting that “Cliff is tireless and fearless in his research on figures long past but still relevant.”
- A rare public appearance by Larry Grathwohl, former FBI informant in the Weather Underground, on the need to re-establish a congressional committee on internal security so that the complete truth about the terroristic activities of the Weather Underground can be documented and put on the public record.
Grathwohl still believes that the Weather Underground can be brought to justice for the 1970 bombing murder of San Francisco Police Sergeant Brian V. McDonnell at the Park Police Station. Grathwohl has testified under oath that Ayers told him in a meeting that Dohrn planted the bomb that killed McDonnell. He believes a new congressional body devoted to the examination of terrorist groups and networks could help law enforcement authorities solve the Park Station and other cold cases.
- Cliff Kincaid, President of America’s Survival, Inc., on what the Frank Marshall Davis archives at Washington University in St. Louis, Missouri, show about the communist connections and associates of Barack Obama’s childhood mentor.
Kincaid recently made a visit to the archives, which were transferred from Hawaii, and confirms the evidence that ties Davis to two secret members of the Moscow-funded Communist Party USA, making his relationship as a mentor to a young Obama even more alarming and ominous. Kincaid will discuss what the documents, clippings, and photographs in the collection say about Davis.
- The official release of a series of seven videos featuring an exclusive interview with Max Noel, a 31-year FBI veteran and member of the Weatherman Task force in San Francisco.
Among other things, Noel, who personally apprehended Unabomber Ted Kaczyinski after his 18-year terrorist bombing spree, discusses how the Park Station bombing case can be solved and his bewilderment when he learned that Weatherman Mark Rudd had lectured at the FBI Academy on “conflict resolution.” Grathwohl, who also appears in the videos,
recounts his testimony in the Park Station case and explains the violent and bloodthirsty nature of the group that he infiltrated for the FBI. He says the Weather Underground believed in world revolution and the overthrow of the U.S. Government and told him that 100 million Americans would have to be “re-educated” and 25 million “eliminated” if they took power.
America’s Survival, Inc. is releasing a series of seven videos on October 21. They feature an interview with Max Noel, a former FBI agent and member of the San Francisco Weatherman Task Force, and Larry Grathwohl, former FBI informant in the Weather Underground.
- Exclusive photographs of the Weather Underground bomb factory discovered in San Francisco in 1971, exposing as false claims by former terrorists and Obama associates Bill Ayers and Bernardine Dohrn that they never intended to kill anybody.
The photographs show that Ayers and his comrades were in possession of C-4, a deadly plastic explosive, and made secret stabbing devices out of ball point pens. The photographs also demonstrate that the Weathermen were avid consumers of Marxist-Leninist books and pamphlets, including such titles as “Stalin Reports” and “Foundations of Leninism.” The Weather Underground members were true believers in international communism and had what amounted to a small communist bookstore in the apartment housing their bomb factory.
Pipe bomb materials found in Weather Underground bomb factory
- An analysis by Professor Mary Grabar of the Marxist propaganda passed off as history by many public schools in books by Howard Zinn, exposed in a recently declassified FBI file as having been a secret member of the Communist Party.
Kincaid had requested that the FBI release the Zinn file after his death. Grabar, who has written reports for ASI on the teaching” methods of Bill Ayers, will look at Zinn’s brainwashing techniques and “scholarship.” Kincaid notes that Zinn’s Marxist claptrap was actually featured in a History Channel “documentary” called “The People Speak” that included the participation of various Hollywood celebrities, the same kind of “dupes” documented extensively in Kengor’s book.
- New information developed by Cliff Kincaid on how Ayers and Dohrn have been continuing their communist activities, in part by meeting with former members of the Red Army Faction (RAF), a terrorist group that murdered U.S. military personnel and bombed U.S. bases in West Germany in the 1970s.
Kincaid’s ASI had previously documented that Ayers and Dohrn had traveled to Venezuela, in order to propagandize for Marxist Hugo Chavez, and that in the U.S. they have been helping to groom a new generation of student revolutionaries known as the “new SDS.” The new research discloses that Ayers and Dohrn have been in Germany meeting with former RAF members and assuring them that the “struggle” is not over. The ASI conference will examine what this “struggle” entails and where it may lead, here and abroad.
- Robert Knight, author of Radical Rulers, with a focus on Obama Education Department official Kevin Jennings, who is trying to push a gay curriculum on the public schools. Jennings has said that Communist Party USA member Harry Hay inspired him to a career of homosexual activism. ASI has filed a Freedom of Information Act request for Hay’s FBI file. ASI already has substantial information about Hay’s communist activities.
Max Noel and Cliff Kincaid