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The anarchists target the conventions

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By Michelle Malkin  •  March 14, 2008 09:30 AM

It’s going to get crazy in Denver. Really crazy. On top of the “Recreate ’68″ mob, the Democrat Party will have to deal with anarchists looking for their 15 minutes of fame. Something called “Unconventional Action” is plotting to target “Democrat delegates, hotels, banks, military recruitment centers, and governmental and police offices.”

Slapstick Politics is monitoring the plan to crash the convention.

In Minneapolis for the RNC, they plan to:

…employ a three-tiered direct action strategy to disrupt the RNC. The tiers are organized in order of priority according to the number of participants; if a small number of participants show up, only the first tier will be carried out, but if the numbers are on hand, all three tiers will be in effect.

Tier One: Establish 15-20 blockades, utilizing a diversity of tactics, creating an inner and outer ring around St. Paul’s Excel Center, where the RNC is to take place.

Tier Two: Immobilize the delegates’ transportation infrastructure, including the busses that are to convey them.

Tier Three: Block the five western bridges connecting the Twin Cities.

Katherine Kersten has been on top of the coming street battles to be waged by the anarchist nutballs against Republicans.

Karl Rove couldn’t do a better job of conspiring to make liberals look bad.

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