1-1-2013 Wayne Carver’s DMORT Sandy Hook Morgue to Obama partial-birth Pedophile Oaths
“Students for a Democratic Society (SDS)”
“SDS Comic Roadshow - Paul Buhle”
“Sandy Hook Hoax "Medical Examiner" Wayne Carver [Pedophile comment at 2:55 ‘cute kid stuff’; ‘Magnificent thing’ comment at 4:17 about the DMORT Region II morgue]”
Chicago-based founder members (2006) and snuff film archivists for partial-birth pedophile oath takers in the New SDS
“BEST NEWS: Geneticist asked to help investigation into Newtown shooting [D2 Banking snuff film archive populated by SDS leaders in Chicago]”
“Paul Merlyn Buhle (born September 27, 1944 in Champaign, Illinois) is a (retired) Senior Lecturer at Brown University, author or editor of 35 volumes including histories of radicalism in the United States and the Caribbean, studies of popular culture, and a series of nonfiction comic art volumes. He is the authorized biographer of C. L. R. James.
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Buhle was born in Champaign, Illinois, on September 27, 1944. His mother was a registered nurse with the maiden name of Pearle Drake. His father, Merlyn Buhle, was a geologist. On December 30, 1963, Paul Buhle married Mari Jo Kupski, who later earned a doctorate in history and co-authored several works with Buhle.
Buhle graduated from the University of Illinois in 1966, where he had been a spokesperson for the chapter of Students for a Democratic Society's antiwar activities. He received a Master's degree from the University of Connecticut (in 1967) and a Ph.D. from the University of Wisconsin–Madison (in 1975). He had been active in the civil rights movement in SDS, and a member for some months of the Socialist Labor Party. In 2006-07, he was one of the founding figures of the new Students for a Democratic Society, and more recently a leader of the Movement for a Democratic Society.
Buhle was founding editor of the journal Radical America (1967–1999), an unofficial organ of Students for a Democratic Society, founder of Cultural Correspondence (1977–83), a journal of popular culture studies, and founder and director of the Oral History of the American Left archive at New York University in 1976. In Rhode Island, he co-founded the Rhode Island Labor History Society, was active in labor history and labor support activities and produced several popular histories of the state's labor movement. He also produced Vanishing Rhode Island, a pictorial history and plea for preservation; and with his students, Underground Rhode Island.' He has contributed frequently to the journals and newspapers The Nation, The Village Voice, Monthly Review, Jewish Currents, The Chronicle of Higher Education and The San Francisco Chronicle.
Buhle is the co-author of four books on the history of the Hollywood Blacklist and the editor of a series of graphic non-fiction works by American comics artists and writers, among them Harvey Pekar, Sabrina Jones and Sharon Rudahl.
Buhle taught at the Cambridge-Godard Graduate School, 1971–73 and lectured at the Rhode Island School of Design until accepting an appointment as Lecturer in History and American Civilization at Brown University in 1995. In 1982-83 he created an archive at the Tamiment Library, New York University, on the Oral History of the American Left, with associated research on ethnic radicalism. He has served on the Board of the Minnesota Review, as Contributing Editor to Tikkun magazine, and on the editorial advisory board on Radical Americas (an on-line publication of MDS). He has also been a sponsor of New Politics (magazine) and an adviser on documentary biographies of Howard Zinn, comic artist Will Eisner, and Sacco and Vanzetti, and served as historian for the radio series Grandma was an Activist in the 1980s.
"The individual is handicapped by coming face-to-face with a conspiracy so monstrous he cannot believe it exists." --J. Edgar Hoover
“BERNARDINE DOHRN: She outranked her husband Ayers in the early SDS hierarchy, serving as one of 10 National Committee members and the only woman. Dohrn, Ayers and Jeff Jones created the splinter Weather Underground where an FBI informant testified the trio was willing to kill the 25 million Americans they expected to resist their planned overthrow of U.S. capitalism. Then-FBI chief J. Edgar Hoover called Dohrn “the most dangerous woman in America.” Dohrn and Michelle Obama both worked at Chicago’s Sidley Austin law firm in 1988. Barack Obama, Dohrn and Ayers appeared together at several community events, including one organized by Mrs. Obama in her post at the University of Chicago. Today, Dohrn, an associate professor of law at Northwestern University and founder of its [allegedly pedophile] Children and Family Justice Center, supports the 150 “New SDS” chapters in U.S. high schools, colleges and universities, writing, “This is the power and the inspiration of a vast, Left umbrella network with variety and vigor.”
Woe to the wicked and a Happy New Year to those who merit one.
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