Q: What's the difference between Bill Ayers and Dylann Roof?Actually, that was Ace's source. This is Ace:
A: Dylann Roof isn't a friend and colleague of an American president who enjoyed a cushy life in academia before retiring to life as the kind of author who's invited on-the-air by the mainstream media to hawk his books.
Other than that, both of these pigs share much in common.
Bill Ayers is an unrepentant domestic terrorist.
Dylann Roof is an unrepentant domestic terrorist.
Bill Ayers despises America.
Dylann Roof despises America.
Bill Ayers’s terror group The Weather Underground targeted and murdered innocent people.
Dylann Roof targeted and murdered innocent people.
Bill Ayers used murder and violence and terror as a weapon for political change.
Dylann Roof used murder and violence and terror as a weapon for political change.
Bill Ayers wanted a race war.
Dylann Roof wants a race war.
When you ask people on the right if they believe that someone's objection to his status or the political status quo gives him the justification to murder people, he'll say: No. That's terrorism.One of the immediate "liberal" response to the Charleston shootings was "Can we call this terrorism, too?" They've been dying for an example of right wing terrorism to offset all their failed attempts to blame the right for all the previous acts of violence, like UVA, Duke, Tucson, etc.
If you ask someone on the left, the answer is: It's complicated. It's complicated by the question of who is the "Oppressed" in the relationship -- those in the role of "The Oppressed" have the right to commit terrorism (which is then called "resistance").
And then they have the balls to claim that we equivocate on the definition of a terrorist.
Sure, you can call it terrorism if you want, but as far as I have seen, this would be much more an act of "lone wolf" terrorism than Major Hasan's attack at Fort Hood. Maj. Hassan was certainly communicating with jihadists. Even the Tsaernev brothers were in contact with, and one of the received training from the Chechen Islamists. Poor little Dylann Roof was left decrying the lack of support his position was receiving. Heck, he couldn't even find an FBI agent to conspire with.