Annual Anti-War Protests Prompt Warnings Of Violence, Threats Against Military Recruiters, Soldiers
Last week, we learned of the anti-war protest plans of the local moonbats:
Boulder: Saturday, 15th. Rally at 11 a.m. at the Main Branch, Boulder Public Library Lawn (Canyon between 9th and Broadway), followed by a march.We also questioned the "peaceful" nature of the anti-war, anti-military, anti-American activists.
Denver: Sunday, 16th. Rally at 1:30 at the West Steps of the State Capitol.
Our fears are not unfounded, courtesy of Michelle Malkin, who also has a roundup of planned "actions" and a copy of the full threat report:
Subject: FW: SUBJECT: HQ USNORTHCOM FORCE PROTECTION ADVISORY 00002 (UNCLASSIFIED)Can't wait for the "street theater" brought to us by Recreate '68 and the "festival of
For your information. As the 5th anniversary of the Iraq war approaches, protest groups are increasing activity, some to include a direct threat to Recruiters, other Soldiers, others with DoD decals and their families. Areas of concern include Seattle and Tacoma, Washington; Pittsburgh; Washington, DC.; Chicago; Chapel Hill, NC; New York; Orlando and many locations in California.
Mitigation recommendations include standard AT/FP precautions to include:
- Avoid known risks
- Remain vigilant
- Use the Buddy system
- Inspect vehicles
- Do not engage belligerents
Besides, you don't want to engage the "belligerents" anyway--the overwhelming body odor and patchouli stench will rub off.