If you lived through the 70’s and early 80’s, the news about the recent string of tragic bombings in Austin may not have been as alarming to you. According to an excerpt from Bryan Burroughs book, Days of Rage: America’s Radical Underground, the FBI, and the Forgotten Age of Revolutionary Violence, which details 15 years of far-left terrorism; “During an eighteen-month period in 1971 and 1972, the FBI reported more than 2,500 bombings on U.S. soil, nearly five a day.”
According to a data visualization website that tracks terrorist attacks sourced from the Global Terrorism Database (GTD); here are some stats on a few of the key far-left terrorist groups responsible for domestic bombing campaigns during that 15 year period:
Weather Underground Organization
Weather Underground Organization / Weathermen, abbreviated as WUO, is a terrorist organization that was founded in 1970 in United States.
Black Liberation Army
Black Liberation Army is a terrorist organization that was founded in 1970 in United States.
New World liberation Front
New World Liberation Front, abbreviated as NWLF, is a terrorist organization that was founded in 1970 in United States.
United Freedom Front
United Freedom Front, abbreviated as UFF, is a terrorist organization that was founded in 1975 in United States.
It’s Going Down, which is a central antifa platform used for the recruitment, radicalization, and mobilization of far-left extremists; recently shared an interview with one of the founders of the United Freedom Front, Ray Luc Levasseur. In their post he is referred to as a “revolutionary” and a “former political prisoner”, but who is he really? Levasseur is a convicted terrorist who spent nearly 20 years in federal prison as a result of a series of bombings and robberies carried out by his Marxist terrorist organization.
The far-left claims to have the moral high ground but they have a long bloody history of domestic terrorism. Just because their terrorists get positions in academia and access to the white house does not change the fact that they are the baddies.
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