Robert Redford’s Terrorist Heroes

“ALL OF IT,” said Robert Redford, when asked if he supported the bombings by The Weather Underground.

Redford came out for terrorism on a mainstream morning television show in an interview with democrat-operative-leftist-hack George Stephanopoulos, who was slobbering over Redford’s pro-terrorist movie, The Company You Keep. I drew my illustration of Redford, below, days ago, and I wonder if he’s for the terrorist attack in Boston today. Or maybe he wants to wait and see if it’s leftist terrorists before he decides he’s all for it. Below is a list of what Robert Redford was for, via Sean Hannity on FOX News.

The Weather Underground’s history of terrorism consisted of:

1970: SFPD Bombing (1 Killed)

1970: NYPD Bombing (7 Hurt)

1970: NYC Explosion (3 Killed)

1971-72: Capital & Pentagon Attacked

1981: Armed Robbery (3 Killed)

(As John Boot at PJ Media notes: The Vietnam War, of course, had been over for years, [by 1981] which gives the lie to the film’s claim that the Southeast Asia conflict was anything but a pretext for the terrorist network.)

As Larissa Atbashian wrote in FrontPage recently:

“Variety magazine has already created sympathetic buzz with a barrage of articles, calling the movie an “unabashedly heartfelt but competent tribute to 1960s idealism,” adding that “[t]here is something undeniably compelling, perhaps even romantic, about America’s ’60s radicals and the compromises they did or didn’t make.”

What Variety is saying is that Redford’s film is an: “unabashedly heartfelt but competent tribute to 1960s terrorism,” adding that “There is something undeniably compelling, perhaps even romantic, about American terrorists and the compromises they did or did not make.”

To fully appreciate who Robert Redford’s heroes are, Obama’s friend and co-founder of The Weather Underground, Bill Ayers, planned to murder 25 million Americans.

And instead of being shunned for his naked support of terrorism, Hollywood rewards Redford with a prominent part in the next Captain America film. Maybe he’ll play the anti-Captain America? No, because, as he’s done throughout his career, he needs to play some decent, semi-pro-American characters every once in a while in order to fund his Anti-American films.

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  • Mary Sue

    Wow, Robert Redford is a bigger idiot than I ever imagined. He makes Alec Baldwin seem sane by comparison!

    • objectivefactsmatter

      "Wow, Robert Redford is a bigger idiot than I ever imagined. He makes Alec Baldwin seem sane by comparison!"

      Maybe, but not by much. Baldwin is a true super-freak. But he hasn't quite reached the level Redford just did. We'll have to watch and see. Baldwin sure has a bigger mouth.

    • Ted

      he is clearly a big scumbag, of which I was aware of.

  • AdinaK

    These are his heroes…those who are working feverishly to BRING Down America –

    The company one keeps….the heroes one admires…

    Adina Kutnicki, Israel

  • Russ P.

    I wonder how Redford would feel about it if one of his friends or family members had been a victim of Ayers' domestic terrorism. What an incredible fool this guy must be.

    • Michael Durham

      "Hi, I'm Robert Redford, and I approve of the bombings in Boston." Naahh…he's not gonna come right out and say it, though that's his view. He's gotta keep quiet…for now…better to let a few months go by…let the Marxist Media rot set in. Doesn't wanna tip his hand too much. Of course, silence, in his case, is assent. Vile Hollywood Stalinist/DemonRAT scum.

    • MulhollandRocket

      They're all for it so long as somebody else is killed or maimed.

  • thomas_h

    "What an incredible fool this guy must be."

    Very true. Still, he is more a pig than fool.

    In Danish we refer to scum like Redford with a terse: "dumt svin", or "dumb pig".
    Not terribly sophisticated, but quite descriptive of both the mental and moral quality of a person.

    • Max

      Pigs are actually quite smart & very useful animals. More than I can say for redford.

    • Mulholland Rocket

      In Yiddish it's schtik flesh mit zwei eugen. A piece of meat with two eyes.

  • objectivefactsmatter

    "“ALL OF IT,” said Robert Redford, when asked if he supported the bombings by The Weather Underground."

    Because "it was time for change" and the judicial systems are clearly a waste of time if one wants to bring forth "change" beyond greasy horrible capitalism. Onward to true social justice! Weeee!!!

    We're going to transcend and it will be so awesome!

    F Redford and all of those other commie freaks in Hollywood and anywhere else.

  • KPatton

    When will people come to the realization that very few people in Hollywood is normal. Most of these clowns lived by the good graces of the tax payers for years until they "made it" and started making millions. Before that, they did not earn enough to pay taxes, worked menial jobs and barely got by. You don't swim in a cesspool without being tainted. The either have such small intellects that they get indoctrinated or go along to get along. Have you heard some of these people speak on ANY subject? They come off as complete morons. Redford obviously is no different. He isn't intelligent, he only plays intelligent characters in the movies.

    • dognamedbo

      …not to mention the money paid by movie goers who I would guess do not support redford's views or acquaintences but who paid money to see his movies.

      • gramajan

        I was a huge fan of his back in the day. Had I known his true character, no WAY would I have paid to see his movies!!!

  • davarino

    I knew there was a reason I didnt like Redford. What a dique.

  • Smitty

    Redford was an ass when he was in the "Theatah," and still is. I don't know who is the biggest hate-lib: Redford or Jim Carrey. These types of Hollywood Elites seem to think that just because they made a few bad movies that their political views are inviolate and not open to question. I suppose the next move for Redford will be to run for President. Reagan did the same thing, but Redford is no Reagan….not even close. Sadly, there are far too many freeloaders who would vote for him.

    Laughable question for today: Will we see Redford's comments in the mainstream media?

  • Cassandra

    Of ccourse not . They are all in the same boat. The lefties.

  • Omar

    Robert Redford is obviously a supporter of radical Communist totalitarianism to such an extent that he supports Bill Ayers' actions against the American people in the name of so-called "social justice". Redford is obviously an extremist himself.

    • kasandra

      And, I am sure, extremely wealthy while all the while claiming to be an enemy of capitalism. What a d-bag.

  • Marso

    Reminds me of those awful years in Ireland

  • Kuffar

    He's all for gun control population control mind control and on and on. As long as he still has his…

    Screw this leftist piece of trash – Dung Whisperer

  • BS77

    "1960s idealism"….bombings, riots, robberies, murders…..Some idealism.

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  • pinnie

    just another ass heard from…..Plus i thought he was dead… may as well be .As if id give him a dime of my capitalist dollars. He has enough! he is really starting to look crusty!! I barely watch these slugs on free channels let alone pay for a screwing!!

  • pinnie

    What Comrade Redford needs is a sleepover in Camden, South Side of Chicago,or bad lands in Philly…….have a run in with the low lifes the left are bringing up……He gets >No guards no guns and no food… just top O the line sneakers,and gang colors…then he can open his fat crusty pampered mouth.

    • kasandra

      But can he bring his aroma therapist, feng shui consultant and personal chefs? I doubt he can do without any of them while sermonizing about equality. The pampered s.o.b.

  • tagalog

    Among "all of it" was the planned bombing of enlisted soldiers -including draftees- and their civilian dates at a dance at Fort Dix. Bill Ayers, Diana Oughton, Ted Gold, and Terry Robbins, along with Kathy Boudin and Cathy Wilkerson were building a bomb filled with ball bearings and shrapnel, a la the Boston Marathon bombs, to detonate at that dance.

    Bill Ayers went outside for a short period when the bombmakers made some blunder and blew themselves and the Greenwich Village townhouse there were in, into smithereens. Bill Ayers, Wilkerson, and Boudin survived.

    Does Mr. Redford include that one among the "all of it?" How about the bomb at the U. of Wisconsin that killed a researcher who never harmed anyone, and whose politics were unknown? Is that part of "all of it?" How about the bomb in the Congress Building Rotunda in D.C. that, had it gone off, would have killed God knows how many tourists who were innocent of anything other than being in the wrong place at the wrong time? Is that one part of "all of it?"

    If so, Mr. Redford is more than a deluded actor romanticizing and idealizing a time that was really quite brutal and nasty on all sides; he is a vicious beast. I guess if he wants to hate America, he's free to do so, but to endorse murder by terrorist bombing is just criminal bestiality.

  • tagalog

    Someone should make a movie about the reality of being a leftist bomber and bank robber during the Vietnam era, showing all the grim, boring, dreary, filthy nature of who they really were, the reality of the circumstances they chose to live in, and what they did. But then, who would go see it? Maybe the next generation.

    It's one thing to dwell on the misty romance of being somewhere around 20 to about 25, in the last of your formative years; it's another to show people who should have been developing mature, adult attitudes, acting in about as solipsistically juvenile a manner as anyone could conceive; it's impossible for me to understand how those people can be idealized and the times romanticized the way Redford and others of his ilk do so readily. But that's just me. I only lived through it.

  • tagalog

    When it comes to thinking about the Weathermen, no one remembers that SDS split itself down the middle when the Weather Underground was formed; at least half of SDS went to the Populist Labor (PL) faction. PL is forgotten these days; they were idiots too, but they chose peacefully to seek work at what they thought was the "working-class" level, in order to get involved in radicalizing the working class, so in the Marxist sense they were the true revolutionaries. Weather was a bunch of self-indulgent, bourgeois pseudo-bohemian dilletantes (no wonder Redford idealizes them!). It wasn't very long before the PL people discovered what it's really like to be a working person in the U.S., and they not only failed to radicalize anybody, they actually grew up. For the most part.

    • Chiggles

      Progressive Labor. They're still around:

      • tagalog

        Well, I'll be go to Hell. They outlived Weather. For what that's worth.

  • tagalog

    Speaking of Redford's acting out the occasional "all-American" part, I had some trouble keeping my gorge down watching "The Way We Were" with Redford playing a Naval officer and Streisand playing a leftist activist. I wanted to puke at both, they were both so inauthentic and phony.

  • Ar'nun

    "Redford with a prominent part in the next Captain America film."

    It might be nice to see Captain Redford get the snot kicked out of him in the next Pigman!

  • RAM

    If people didn't respect movie stars and producers as supposed experts about society and history, the problem caused by Redford and the like would be much smaller.

  • RAM

    Note to tagalog: PLP, often called PL, was the Progressive Labor Party. Same garbage as the other SDS but nerdier. Two SDS factions were found at MIT when I was a student there, and neither had a firm grip on reality.

    • tagalog

      Progressive Labor Party, aka PLP or PL, not Populist Labor; it was a long time ago and I've forgot much, Cynara. But not as much as Mr. Redford, his fellow travelers, and even a few of his critics. At least I can say that I remember the general facts of the Weather-PL split, which seems to have been left very far behind in the recollection of things. I seem to be the first around here to have made reference to that event, though, so I still stand by my claim that they are largely forgotten.

      Yes, they were cut from the same Marxist cloth as the rest of SDS, including Weather. Although PL claimed to be more Maoist without being very doctrinaire about it. I think they just liked using the name "Mao" instead of "Lenin" just to be ornery and a bit gnostic.

      Yes, neither had much of a claim to being tied in any significant way to reality. My positive words about PL is due to the fact that they were less violent than the Weathermen. I didn't mean to say that I endorse them. They were all idiots as I said.

  • JacksonPearson

    Butch Cassidy and the Sundance Kid was a good movie, but that's about where it ended with this leftist. Paul Newman (Butch) went on and made way more of himself, and for humanity than Redford ever will.

  • Hub

    Let's kick some ass

  • Al R

    Another idiot hollywood lefty. Then again what do we expect. These people pretend to be someone else for a living. They're entertainers like the court jesters of the middle ages. Only thing is, with culture today, they begin to believe the adulation they receive from their fans. They see themselves as the elite because entertainment today is a multi-billion dollar industry and they benefit from that fact. So they get rich pretending to be someone else and they believe they're something they're not, someone with intelligence. As far as I'm concerned this idiot should shut up and play the clown he is and entertain us. BUT, he won't get another dollar from me. I do hope that his utopian dream for the U.S. doesn't come true, even though I would love to see him get the senior citizen treatment, too old to be of any value so he will be allow to die from some minor ailment.

  • John

    Boycott this pos now and forever.He wants to take our guns so he and the elite can destroy our way of life and turn us into a third world pisspot.Liberals want our Constitution and one of their biggest weapons is the 'living document"Hoax.Never register your guns or give them up.NEVER

  • Ghostwriter

    I don't think I going to see this movie. In fact,I'm going to put it on my must miss list. It's a shame that "From Up on Poppy Hill,"an anime movie,isn't in wider release. I'd rather see that than "The Company You Keep."

  • testificari

    Love to see the Commies take his money -ALL of it.

  • Al Zanco

    On the plus side:

    Gross: $450,428 (USA) (12 April 2013)

    So almost nobody went to see the crap.

  • dognamedbo

    I was a youngster during the McCarthy hearings. A lot of the hearings were aimed at leftist movie stars and the industry. McCarthy was right on. However, his tactics got in the way and the benefits of his investigations went down the toilet. The leftys remained "under ground" for a period of time and then came back out to spew their hatred for the USA. Now, the leftist movie movement controls who gets jobs. If an actor is "conservative" it's hard to find work. Pfie on Redford and his ilk.

  • FukRedford

    What do expect from someone from santa monica. A real moron. A suppose the boston bombings are ok too. After all it is someone trying to change the world just like ayers and his sds friends did. Redford lives in dream world. I hope some domestic terrorist to kill his family for what he says…"it was time for change"…

    Spread this article to everyone you know. The main stream media will not print this point of view from Redord.

  • Lookout4

    Robert Redford is a prototypical limousine liberal who, really, is just another democratic terrorist pig with a low IQ.

  • KJ

    Aptly enough, Robert Redford played a traitorous villain in the Captain America Winter Soldier movie. Obviously it wasn’t much of a stretch for him to play that character.