VIDEO: D’Souza vs. Ayers at Dartmouth

This video was recorded live from Dartmouth College on January 30th, 2014.

83 Responses to “VIDEO: D’Souza vs. Ayers at Dartmouth”

  1. Ayers Reeks of Cult Influence February 13, 2014 at 1:24 am #

    Question: Why does Ayers have eerie cryptic cult-like language? “Possibility,” “take a stand,” “committed,” “inspire, “don’t know that you don’t know,” “the past should be out of the future” “access to freedom” etc. etc. are all Landmark Education or EST phrases, which is a dangerous cult that I once was involved with. Ironically, the liberals are eerily similar to this cult. Both believe there’s no such thing as right or wrong in the universe, that it’s just a social construct and our identity is created from a false social condition. The idea of a right or wrong is a human folly to them, and morals are a man made mistake. This is why Ayers hates Christians, because it’s a doctrine for the ordinary man on how to be extraordinary with his behavior to others. Ayers is the classic case of someone preaching about heart, but uses terror to teach it. He had no heart on that stage, but something evil, that not even he, can understand. Be careful around cult ideas, and cult lingo. Liberalism is a cult that’s wide spread and is holding young minds hostage – not setting them free.

    • Andrea Renee Hall February 22, 2014 at 9:13 am #

      Mr Ayers is awesome, and very well versed in our well rounded American history. The good, the bad, and the ugly.

      The GOP are really ignorant to these concepts of Liberty, intellectual laws, and freedom to practice religion, language, and culture. After all we are a melting pot of immigrants, but the children of these immigrants that came here and suffered for their children have been forgotten. And even the Born Again Christians have taken out the old testament and have actually rewritten the bible to suit themselves.

      Mr. D’Souza is a conservative who’s views were born out of an India before their Independence from England. So what does that tell you? Know your people and know your history, and learn.

      • fiddler March 7, 2014 at 12:09 pm #

        How dare Ayers lump himself in with Harriet Tubman. Ayers loves to blame others but remains unrepentant. Ayers is a FELON, a would be murderer and vigilante, who somehow is tenured at a college. His ravings are like the drippings of an open sewer.

      • The Llama March 18, 2014 at 7:37 pm #

        You are talking as if you understand what it means to be intellectual, yet you used so many words without saying anything at all. You think Ayers is intellectual merely because reason is unattainable for you. I hope you take a field trip to a North Korean prison one day and see if Ayers even cares about you. (Or the liberals you support). One cannot reason with base creatures, because creatures don’t have the capacity to think through issues.

      • Concerned for You March 18, 2014 at 8:11 pm #

        How dare you say such a racist remark about Dinesh…America is a melting pot of all peoples, the world’s peoples and ideas. Both you and ayers are white supremists, calling the brown guy the white guy?! It is you, Andrea hall, who needs to research history, people, and learn. Sadly, Liberals don’t want to learn because they feel they already know it all…to them, whatever is emotional must be right! …ayers hasn’t changed his ideas since he was 26. That to me, is someone who needs to be open to ideas! What 26 year old do you know has all the answers?

      • LibertysSon March 19, 2014 at 10:51 am #

        Ms Hall, I love the way you pick and choose to apply your ideology.

        “….who’s views were born out of an India before their Independence from England. So what does that tell you? Know your people and know your history, and learn.”

        Your logic would apply to our President and his “Dreams of My Father” Biography. In is formative years he was raised in Indonesia and influenced (he said) by his father’s anti colonialist views.
        Even in Hawaii and the US Obama sought out friendships with Foreign students and radical professors. All of his mentors were either communists or foreigners. Hardly a resume for an American to be trusted with the position he holds.

      • Ric April 11, 2014 at 2:22 pm #

        Your comment, “even the born again Christians”, is disturbing. It’s a classical lump a people into a one group prejudice. As a Christian, I am involved in weekly Biblical studies which include the old and new testaments books. I would never consider, rewriting the bible to suite my own interests. I am studying it to understand the word of God, the books historical wealth, understanding what life was like during the Old Testament days, it’s poetry, prophetic influences etc. I would encourage you to not lump Christians into one such group as you had. For me Christianity goes beyond the rules and laws governed by religions, it’s a way of life, a caring way of life. I say these things not in anger.

    • Andrea Renee Hall February 22, 2014 at 9:34 am #

      I know that Ayers is above your intellectual free thinking capacity because you are a COP. But Ayers is not a cult, he’s a culture, and a history of an american citizen who was raised during the Vietnam War. And he opposed it like many of his generation. And for you to remark about what you think his religion may or may not be, you’re out of line, and not a grain of salt to back it up.

      D’Souza has just repeated the same thing as Ayers said in the beginning, then he starts in on his “Conservative” point of view which is narrow confinement of the GOP’s fear mongering. He even goes on to insult MOTHER THERSA saying she supports hand outs, and being a Catholic, that really pisses me off.


      • The Llama March 18, 2014 at 7:51 pm #

        I sense you are angry. Maybe a mental health check is in order? You are suffering from a grand case of delusion, paranoia, and some sort of factitious disease. Or maybe you are a cult follower too?

  2. Maureen Young February 14, 2014 at 1:57 am #

    You speak eloquently and with great substance, Mr. D’Souza. Thank you for your work! I can’t say the same for Mr. Ayers.

    From and its founder, the prominent historian David Barton, the majority of the Founders did not want slavery, but accepted it for 50 years in order to be a United States of America. They did not want America to start as a divided country, risking becoming like another divided Europe. You were right; Mr. Ayers was wrong, an arrogantly wrong!

  3. Strawman Ayers February 21, 2014 at 4:48 pm #

    Ayers loves the term “strawman,” yet, it’s the liberals that’s perfected the science of “strawman.” Here’s the liberal game: Name, Blame, then Shame. Sadly, 100% of the time, their Aim is wrong.

  4. Sharona February 22, 2014 at 6:43 pm #

    Thank you Mr. D’Sousa. Keep fighting the good fight and doing the great great work that you do. We need your voice so desperately.

  5. fiddler February 25, 2014 at 3:45 pm #

    For Bill Ayers who attacked the Pentagon and police station, all I can say is “Quixotic”, and hypocritical.

  6. gad janay February 26, 2014 at 3:20 pm #

    Dear Dinesh.
    Just to start, I am a great admirer, had bought many of your book, and in agreement with much of you conservative agenda and love of America.
    I watched your debate with Bill Ayers about what’s so great about America.
    I thought you handled yourself very well, and since in my opinion you were on the right side of the debate, you wiped the floor with Ayers, and destroyed both his logic and argument.
    Now comes the big BUT.
    In the Q&A session, which again you handled very well overall, there was one question that you seemed very hesitant and unprepared.
    The question was about Israel as an Apartheid state and the relation between the US and Israel.
    This question consists of two questions, one in the form of a statement:
    1. Israel is an apartheid state
    2. Should the US support this kind of a state financially.
    Your answer was hesitant, unconvincing and really did not respond to the questioner basic thesis.
    On the first question I would have expected a person, a thinker like you to:
    1. First, anyone that anyone that exposes Israel and by that Jews, to a different standard, is exercising the old lie, that Jews are special and should not be treated as all other people in the world. Therefor are responsible for all the world ills.
    2. I hoped that you will berate the student for his portrayal of Israel as an apartheid state, and call him for what he is, and Anti-Semite.
    3. This is an anti-Semitic statement. It was initiated by Carter and is now used by the anti-Semites on the left who just replace anti-Semitism with anti- Zionism or anti-Israel, Same wine in a different bottle.
    4. We have seen it before. Anti-Judaism, a term used for millennia in Europe, was deemed improper and impolite in polite society, in the late 1800, I think it was 1875 in Germany. It was replaced with anti-Semitism as an acceptable term at the time.
    5. Now we have Zionism or Israel replacing the term Semitism.
    6. People mouthing this kind of propaganda should be exposed to who they really are, Anti-Semites.
    As to America’s support for Israel. Your response was quite good, but should have gone beyond the we must align ourselves with all kind of people. A better response could have been that:
    1. We have a lot in common with Israel
    2. We are both enlightened democracies, even thou our constitutions are different.
    3. A Jewish state vs. our constitution.
    4. In Israel all citizens are treated equally, Jewish Arab Muslim and Christian alike.
    5. It is the only country in the mid-east where Christians are safe.
    6. We align ourselves with Europe Canada and many other countries who’s constitutions are different then ours.
    7. This is why we align and support, and because of that and Israel being a small ally in the midst of a sea of hostility to everything we stand for we provide some minimal defense oriented financial support.

    Gad Janay


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