"Festival Of Democracy", Massive Protests Planned For 2008 Denver DNC
Moonbat protestors have dubbed their planned actions a "festival of democracy"--more like carnival of lunacy--and have already called for street theater and riots, turning Denver into Chicago (1968 Democratic Convention):
Plans were unveiled Monday for four days of "massive protests" during the 2008 Democratic National Convention, including a four-day "festival of democracy" that may be held in Civic Center.If recent protests are any indication, the "festival" will be anything but fun, exciting or peaceful. The top concern for the moonbats? Police spying.
But even as plans were laid for protests, concerns were raised about police spying on lawful dissent.
The Recreate 68 Alliance, which includes several groups involved in the annual Columbus Day protests in Denver, said it would work to bring thousands of activists here during the August 2008 gathering.
"You'll see large mass actions similar to the immigration rallies" last spring, predicted Glenn Spagnuolo, of the All Nations Alliance.
Spagnuolo said activists had just begun meeting to plan their actions.
The group wants to sponsor a festival to run during the convention and bring speakers, entertainment and free food to a local park.
"We hope to work with the city to create a festival that will be fun and exciting and peaceful," said Mark Cohen, of the All Nations Alliance.
Spagnuolo should be familiar to everyone as one of Ward Churchill's lackeys.