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Therefore if any man be in Christ, he is a new creature: old things are passed away; behold, all things are become new.

1 Corinthians 5:17

By Jason Charles | | Sept. 5, 2010


During the DNC you may remember that

Truth Alliance reported our concerns about a leftist anti-war group by the name of Re-Create 68

that had formed up and essentially took control of the protest and demonstrations that occurred during this time.

In this article it was reported that members of 

We Are Change Colorado

were notified that the leadership of this group had a history of violent action and had essentially taken control via this umbrella network of all the protests during the week of the DNC.


The concerns of We Are Change and other groups was met with hostility when we published our concerns by this group and climaxed in the lead up to the DNC on the Peter Boyles radio show when Alex Jones and Jon Elinoff were confronted by Glenn Spagnuolo the leader of Re-Create 68 about our concerns of potentially staged provocateur actions by this group.


These concerns later turned out to be true and justified when the

Denver Post reported

that indeed cops and "protesters" were in collaboration to stage violence against the police to justify their actions of rounding up and detaining peaceful protesters.


"When a Jefferson County deputy deployed pepper spray into a crowd during the first night of the Democratic National Convention, he did not know that his targets were undercover Denver police officers.

During a melee that occurred Aug. 25 between protesters, police and bystanders near Civic Center Park, undercover Denver detectives staged a struggle with a police commander in order to get out of the crowd undetected.

A Jefferson County deputy, unaware of the presence of undercover police, thought that the commander was being attacked and deployed the pepper spray, according to a police use-of-force report obtained by the American Civil Liberties Union of Colorado."



It is now being reported that

Denver Mayor Hickenlooper's non-profit organization had helped fund this agitator group Re-create 68 in order to secure the 50 million dollars in Federal funding

to beef up the police state that was in effect during that time.


"The protest group Re-create 68 was one of the biggest annoyances in the long run-up to Denver's hosting the 2008 Democratic National Convention. And now we find out that a non-profit the mayor of Denver helped establish years ago actually funded Re-create 68 as it tried to disrupt the mayor's greatest challenge pulling off the DNC.

The 2010 gubernatorial race just keeps getting stranger.

Re-create 68 caused Denver officials months of headaches, and the group's over-the-top comments contributed to fears that cost taxpayers millions of dollars in security preparations.

So it was a great irony, and somewhat exasperating, to learn that the Chinook Fund, which Mayor John Hickenlooper helped establish, funds the group and others considered "too risky or too radical" by mainstream foundations."

These high security events and the black block anarchists are being used all over the nation as an excuss to inject millions in DHS and Federal funding into city police forces in an obvious bid to upgrade the police state weaponry in counties all across the nation.

This new revelation about the Mayor being directly involved with the funding of this group comes as no surprise to those of us who sounded the alarm during that time, but this information needs to get out especially since Hickenlooper has thrown his hat into the Governor race here in Colorado.

The race for the Governorship in Colorado has become a political nightmare with all the republican scandals and now this revelation that Hickenlooper has funded provocateur groups in the past. This is not the kind of mayor this state needs and his role in this fiasco needs to be fully investigated.

It seems the only choice for Governorship in Colorado is former Colorado Congressman Tom Tancredo who has broken with the Republicans and is currently running as the Constitutional party nomination for the Colorado governor.
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