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WKOG Editor: In the 1960s we had the emergence of the weather underground and the black panthers … who the state feared. Today, we have the corporate sycophants 350.org and Avaaz – coaxing us ever so closer to our self inflicted mass-annihilation.

Weather Underground Bombs the Capitol, Pentagon, and State Department

On March 1, 1971 a bomb exploded in the Capitol building in Washington D.C. Members of the Weather Underground claimed responsibility. The group stated it was in protest of the government’s involvement in the country of Laos. On May 19, 1972 a bomb went off in the Pentagon . The Weathermen stated it was in celebration of Ho Chi Minh’s birthday (a North Vietnamese communist revolutionary). On January 29, 1975 the Weathermen set off a bomb in the Department of State’s building. The bombing was in protest of America’s support for South Vietnam and Cambodia. On the same day another bomb was set to go off in a federal building in Oakland, California.

Weather Underground Announces Fall Offensive

October 1970 – Bernardine Dohrn announces a “fall offensive of youth resistance.” Two days later three cities were bombed on the west coast.

http://youtu.be/TfdJ3FiSva4

WKOG Editor: In the 1960s we had the emergence of the weather underground and the black panthers … who the state feared. Today, we have the corporate sycophants 350.org and Avaaz – coaxing us ever so closer to our self inflicted mass-annihilation.

Weather Underground Bombs the Capitol, Pentagon, and State Department

On March 1, 1971 a bomb exploded in the Capitol building in Washington D.C. Members of the Weather Underground claimed responsibility. The group stated it was in protest of the government’s involvement in the country of Laos. On May 19, 1972 a bomb went off in the Pentagon . The Weathermen stated it was in celebration of Ho Chi Minh’s birthday (a North Vietnamese communist revolutionary). On January 29, 1975 the Weathermen set off a bomb in the Department of State’s building. The bombing was in protest of America’s support for South Vietnam and Cambodia. On the same day another bomb was set to go off in a federal building in Oakland, California.

Weather Underground Announces Fall Offensive

October 1970 – Bernardine Dohrn announces a “fall offensive of youth resistance.” Two days later three cities were bombed on the west coast.

http://youtu.be/TfdJ3FiSva4

WKOG Editor: In the 1960s we had the emergence of the weather underground and the black panthers … who the state feared. Today, we have the corporate sycophants 350.org and Avaaz – coaxing us ever so closer to our self inflicted mass-annihilation.

Weather Underground Bombs the Capitol, Pentagon, and State Department

On March 1, 1971 a bomb exploded in the Capitol building in Washington D.C. Members of the Weather Underground claimed responsibility. The group stated it was in protest of the government’s involvement in the country of Laos. On May 19, 1972 a bomb went off in the Pentagon . The Weathermen stated it was in celebration of Ho Chi Minh’s birthday (a North Vietnamese communist revolutionary). On January 29, 1975 the Weathermen set off a bomb in the Department of State’s building. The bombing was in protest of America’s support for South Vietnam and Cambodia. On the same day another bomb was set to go off in a federal building in Oakland, California.

Weather Underground Announces Fall Offensive

October 1970 – Bernardine Dohrn announces a “fall offensive of youth resistance.” Two days later three cities were bombed on the west coast.