The movie is called "The Weather Underground", and it concerns the Annenberg Foundation-funded, US Government-protected organization that split the SDS (Students for a Democratic Society), and led much of the student antiwar movement into irrelevancy (and even, as one Black Panther interviewed in the movie called it: "Custerism" (i.e., leading people into a position in which they will be defeated)). Notice how all the top leaders of the Weatherman have good academic positions, while Dave Gilbert sits in prison for life.
I know that many of the readers of this forum come from very conservative backgrounds, and from rural areas (perhaps the high plains of Montana, or the Australian Outback), and you may never have met a person like me, or like the people in this film, and you may view us as being a bit strange. But let's use this opportunity to learn from one another, because the New World Order isn't taking those differences into consideration when they're planning to kill us all.
Find the movie (it's an hour and a half long, and, so far, I've only gotten halfway through it) at:http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=LV7GSff4fIA
Here are some of the more interesting points in the movie:
1:15: Bernardine Dohrn's "Declaration of War" make student movement sound ridiculous "Freaks are revolutionaries and revolutionaries are freaks."
4:51: Good part! Dave Gilbert (whose current life sentence constitutes evidence that he WASN'T a government operative) says: "Free the Panther 21! Jail the real criminals! Power to the people!"
10:30: Maoist Red Guards depicted as true revolutionaries, rather than as Rockefeller-funded stooges.
13:15: Narrator makes point that Weathermen split SDS just as SDS was gaining national recognition.
14:06: Todd Gitlin, SDS President from 1963-1964 (who, in my opinion, makes more sense than anyone else in the movie), says that the Weathermen hijacked the student movement, uses words "Organizational piracy".
14:40: Weatherman leaders seem to have been chosen for organizational ability and sex appeal (and believe me, when I was a junior high school kid, Bernardine Dohrn seemed to me to be sex on wheels au gratin!).
19:28: Per Brian Flanagan: "Smash Monogamy" campaign within Weatherman organization introduces Mansonesque, cult-like sex. (Warning: Adult content here.) (You may want to read material posted earlier to this forum about the US Government running deviant cults for covert operational purposes. This seems to fit that model.)
Here begins the portion of the film dealing with the Days of Rage (a mindless vandalism campaign in downtown Chicago), which the Weatherman claimed had the support of the Black Panthers, which the Panthers denied. (In fact, the Panthers (rightly!) denounced the action.):
21:29: Naomi Jaffe makes the point (which I agree with) that living a bourgeois life as the fruit of imperialism constitutes, in itself, imperialist violence.
24:56: TV reporter: "...violence for violence's sake, with the radicals making no specific demands."
25:52: Black Panther leader denounces "Days of Rage" as "Custeristic"; unidentified young white female SDS spokeswoman makes the point that the Weathermen "...make the name of the SDS a dirty name, and they've managed to make a pretty good job of it". She goes on to make the point that the Weathermen had physically attacked working class persons.
27:38: Todd Gitlin: Weathermen a gift to the government.
38:53: Item from Mark Rudd's diary that our own movement should take to heart: "I cherished my hate as a badge of moral superiority.".
41:24: Todd Gitlin: By planning to bomb a dance at the NCO's Club at Fort Dix (i.e., resorting to terrorism), the Weathermen had joined the tradition of Hitler, Stalin, and Mao in disregarding the value of human life in their quest to reshape the world.
Well, that's as far as I've gotten in watching the film. I'll try to complete this when I'm feeing better (I'm not feeling very well right now.)
BUT GO WATCH THE FILM YOURSELF! IT'S GREAT STUFF!