The American Communist Party was born in Chicago in 1919 so it’s fitting that the city will once again be thick with the party loyal come the end of May. Just because the detested G8 was moved to Camp David in rural Maryland doesn’t mean the Moonbat party is canceled. The official NATO summit is still on track with their convention May 20-21. Previously, America always used Washington as the host city.
The summit offers a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity for our city — and especially our students — to witness world leaders working together to address global challenges. We encourage you to use this momentous occasion to learn more about our world, expand your horizons, and become more of a global citizen.
With all the dissidents descending on Chicago, it’s hard to imagine if they are protesting NATO or supporting. NATO is seen by some as a path to world government.
Groups that oppose NATO’s power include unions, environmentalists, religious fronts, OWS types, anti-war groups, and civil rights coalitions. Sounds like May Day II.
The threat is quite real. The city is gearing up for every possible contingency including a convention evacuation. Transportation, the CTS, is the number one target.
Cook County Sheriff Tom Dart says that the Joliet Correctional Center could be temporarily reopened to house those arrested for offenses during the May 20-21 summit.
Now that’s Forward thinking.