The NATO summit in Chicago has produced an impressive list of arrests for demonstrations officially billed by the Left and the compliant mainstream media as “nonviolent.” Some of the alleged pacifists conspired to maim and kill Americans.
The wave of violence unleashed by the Obama-endorsed Occupy Wall Street movement and other elements of the activist Left in recent weeks is part of what left-wingers are calling the “99% Spring.” The actions, which are being cheered on by small-c communist terrorists Bill Ayers and Bernardine Dohrn, are designed to foment civil unrest and prompt change.
Occupy Wall Street and the satellite protests it has spawned in cities across the U.S. and around the world have been spectacularly violent. Radical activists are responsible for hundreds of serious crimes, including murder, assault, gang rape, arson, rioting, and robbery.
Around the NATO summit at least four police officers were assaulted by radical activists and around 45 protesters were arrested by police on Sunday. The city of Chicago’s official website may have been targeted by computer hackers on Sunday when it went offline for part of the day. City and federal authorities are investigating.
Former anarchist activist Brandon Darby warned of the approaching violence weeks ago. In an exclusive interview Sunday, Darby said, “I told you so.”
“When an entire movement does nothing but convince young people that America is evil and must be stopped by any means necessary it makes it inevitable that some of them will take actions like the ones we’ve seen over and over again involving police officers, conservatives, and Molotov cocktails,” said Darby.
Darby has been targeted by the Left ever since it was publicly revealed that the former community organizer saved the lives of innocent Americans by thwarting the planned fire-bombing of the 2008 Republican Convention by two anarchists. (The plot was revealed in my book Subversion Inc.: How Obama’s ACORN Red Shirts are Still Terrorizing and Ripping Off American Taxpayers.)
Also on Sunday, two Chicago-area men were arrested on terrorism-related charges.
Sebastian Senakiewicz, 24, has been charged with falsely making a terrorist threat by claiming that he possessed homemade explosives concealed within a hollowed-out “Harry Potter” novel. He allegedly claimed the device could destroy a highway overpass. Prosecutors said they did not find explosives at Senakiewicz’s home.
Mark Neiweem, 28, was charged with “solicitation for possession” of explosives or incendiary devices. The accused allegedly talked about making a pipe bomb and wrote out a list of the ingredients he believed were needed to make the device.
Neiweem is a convicted felon with a history of violence. At the time of his arrest he was already on probation for “aggravated battery to a police officer.” He was previously convicted in 2009 of “aggravated assault to a police officer,” a misdemeanor, and in 2005 of “criminal damage to property,” according to newly filed court documents.
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