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The Democratic National Convention Looks Like A Good Place Not To Be

By Jonathan | TruthAlliance.net | Jul. 1, 2008

We Are Change Colorado has now become aware that another group, Unconventional Action, is planning on being violent at the DNC protests.

To make the long story short, Unconventional Action seems to be open about their plans for the DNC. Their website, which can be found here: http://www.unconventionalaction.org/ has one link which is pretty disturbing.

Under the link, "The Strategies: How We Win," a section titled: Denver: Disrupt the DNC, clearly outlines for "Anarchists and Anti-Authoritarians" to "join (them) in Denver, Colorado, August 24th-28th as (they) engage in coordinated Direct Actions against the Democratic National Convention, its corporate sponsors, and the military/police occupation of public space."

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TruthAlliance.net and WeAreChangeColorado.org Confront Giuliani in Loveland, CO.

Source: http://www.prisonplanet.com/articles/november2007/121107_b_Giuliani.htm

TruthAlliance.net and WeAreChangeColorado.org Confront Giuliani in Loveland, CO.

TruthAlliance.net

Monday November 12, 2007

Loveland, CO - A spur of the moment decision by campaign staff and a local State Representative brought presidential candidate Rudy Giuliani to a small Colorado town one hour north of Denver on Saturday where local 9/11 truth activists would take full advantage of the opportunity to confront the former mayor about his potential foreknowledge of the September 11th attacks.

According to the Reporter Herald Giuliani's staff put a required fundraising minimum on the event of $60,000 in order to bring "America's Mayor" to the small town. Speaking about the short notice and the minimum dollar amount state Rep. Don Marostica, a staunch supporter of Giuliani's presidential bid said “They called me last Friday (and) said you have 11 minutes to make a decision, or else we’re going to take him to Lincoln, Neb.,” Marostica’s assurance that he could raise at least the established amount, paved the way for a visit to this small venue that was kept open to the public.