Sunday, February 10, 2013

Call to Action: Hyatt Regency, Atlanta, 15-19 Feb

Bill Ayers
"Guilty as hell, free as a bird—it’s a great country." --Bill Ayers in "Fugitive Days"
This is a call to action for freedom-loving Americans to protest Bill Ayers (bio at Conservapedia), a domestic terrorist who escaped punishment, Marxist, and enemy of the Constitution, speaking at the Hyatt Regency in Atlanta, Georgia, 15-19 February at the annual meeting for the Association of Teacher Educators (ATE).

First, protest the ATE's inclusion of Bill Ayers' at their annual meeting:
(1) Write the hotel and/or ATE
(2) Fax the hotel and/or ATE
(3) Call the hotel, speak with the manager
(4) Call the hotel national headquarters
(5) Protest in front of the hotel during the ATE's annual meeting
(6) Notify the press (especially if you are going to protest in front of the hotel)
(7) You could also voice your protest to the ATE, but I suspect it will fall on deaf ears, since if they are inviting someone like Bill Ayers, they probably already have Marxist leanings (cannot confirm, however).

Second, make sure to expose this event to the general public and record each of the speaker's lectures, if possible.  Post to YouTube the ones that may be controversial, especially Bill Ayers'.

Third, organize your fellow patriots and ensure you have adequate talking points that address:
(1) The Weather Underground (which Bill Ayers was the leader) and its plan to kill 25,000,000 unrepentant capitalists in America.  This should strike a chord with those who run businesses, especially Marriott.
(2) That Bill Ayers is a domestic terrorist.
(3) How his espousing of Marxism is a threat to our Constitution and our way of life.
(4) How his ideology will subsequently poison the minds of our children.

Bill Ayers trampling on the US flag
Hyatt Regency Atlanta
265 Peachtree Street NE, Atlanta, Georgia 30303
Phone: (404) 577-1234
Fax: (404) 588-4137

David A. Ritchey, Ph.D., CAE, Executive Director
Mail: P.O. Box 793
Manassas, VA 20113
Office: 11350 Random Hills Rd.., Suite 800
Fairfax, VA 22030
Phone: (703) 659-1708
Fax: (703) 595-4792

Georgia ATE
President: Gwendolyn Middlebrooks
Executive Secretary: Barbara Benson

As those who believe the Constitution is the supreme law of the land and honor the founding of our nation, we have been backed into a corner and cannot give another inch.  We must resist every person and organization that wishes to enslave the people of this nation with ideologies such as Marxism.

We therefore have a duty to voice our disapproval of Bill Ayers' version of Marxism.  And he should have no influence over those who teach our children.

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Disclaimer: These opinions are solely my own, and do not reflect the opinions or official positions of any United States Government agency, organization or department.

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