While controlled anarchist group "Recreate '68" continue
to do their best to shame and tar all legitimate protest at the
Democratic National Convention by engaging in ridiculous and farcical
antics, real activists were seen and heard by millions of viewers
as they usurped control of a live broadcast of Hardball with Chris
With Alex Jones on the bullhorn and a sea of people all screaming
in unison, the MSNBC News cameras desperately tried to avoid the
multitude of 9/11 Truth signs, but failed abysmally.
Matthews attempted to maintain the facade for viewers
watching at home, as he interviewed a former advisor of Bilderberg
favorite John Edwards, however, he quickly descended into a sweaty
nervous wreck as it became clear that the broadcast had been completely
penetrated by truth activists.
At one point during a commercial break, Matthews
reportedly stepped to the edge of the set and taunted the demonstrators,
making a "you're crazy" gesture circling his finger
around his ear.
As the program went out live, millions of viewers
heard the voluminous crowd chant "Down with the New World
Order", "Infowars.com" and "9/11 was an inside
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Compare this action with the dismal stunt pulled
by self-proclaimed liberal anarchist group Recreate '68 earlier
this week when co-founder Mark Cohen dressed up in a Wizard costume
and led a few waifs and strays in an attempt to "levitate
the mint building" in Denver and "shake out its loose
change" using “magic mojo” and the collective
power of their minds.
Collins Now reported that while Cohen engaged in
the attempt to lift the building off the ground, "A man calling
himself the Yippie Pie Man, who has attended every Recreate '68
protest so far, used a megaphone to lead the crowd in the chants
and also to appeal to bystanders."
“Don’t be a spectator,” he implored, “join
Though some of the group really did seem to believe they could
make a building float, Cohen later stated that the main purpose
of the event wasn’t so much for the sake of literally raising
the building off the ground as it was raising awareness, however
any point being made was completely lost on the befuddled 50 or
so people in attendance, due to the total ridiculousness of the
entire backwards charade.
The abject failure of the Recreate '68 group's attempt
to garner widespread attention or respect provided frothing neocon
commentators, such as Michelle Malkin, ample fodder to attack
all legitimate protesters at the DNC.
Malkin and others have attempted
to lump in all protesters, including 9/11 truth activists,
with the ludicrous fools dressed as Harry Potter, the jester hat
wearing crew and the provocateurs who are posing as anarchists
As Malkin continues to appear on Fox News to berate
and castigate the phony leftists, the group revealed their true
colors by supporting
her and calling her a "true American Patriot".
When Alex Jones and other members of the 9/11 truth
movement confronted Malkin on the Denver streets, a froth of Neocon
columnists (for that is their collective term) were quick to totally
the exchange beyond any realm of reality by labeling
Jones a member of Re-Create '68 and implying that he advocated
"killing" Malkin. In reality that suggestion came from
the same jester hat wearing clowns who have been harassing Jones
and yelling that he is a "capitalist stooge" for days
straight. However, in the land of hack journalism reality holds
According to other protest groups, Re-Create '68
is a COINTELPRO-style project designed to discredit legitimate
antiwar groups by instigating
violence in Denver during the DNC. According to Alex
Jones, members of Re-Create '68 have habitually attempted to taunt
police and provoke riots during the first few days of the convention.
In stark contrast, 9/11 truth activists have behaved
impeccably and shown how real protest should be carried out. During
the Hardball takeover no arrests were made and there were no confrontations
with police, as the 9/11 truth movement once again proved to the
world that it is a serious, organized and peaceful group intent
only on relaying its message to the world and affecting real change.