April 22, 2012
Residents of a Chicago condo received a letter from management last week informing them that they should move out of their homes during the upcoming NATO confab to be held in the Windy City next month. If the residents decide to remain, they will be subjected to a lockdown.
“In the event of a riot or the potential of one near the building,” the letter states, “all access doors will be locked including the garage door. For everyone’s safety we will be instructing anyone in the building to stay in his or her unit.”
Aaron Klein, writing for WorldNetDaily on Saturday, said radicals with ties to Obama plan to riot during the NATO summit.
In August of 2011, Klein said the founders of a “radical group that teaches tactics of direct action, confrontation and intimidation” were among a “slew of extremist organizations, some tied to President Obama, preparing protests to coincide with major NATO and G-8 summits in Chicago.”
Klein quoted Joe Losbaker of the United National Antiwar Committee, one of the groups planning protests, who warned, “The wars and economic policies of the NATO and G8 nations are not just and will be met by protest.”
Losbaker and his wife, Stephanie Weiner, worked as leaders of the Chicago New Party. It was formed by the Democratic Socialists of America, ACORN and the labor union SEIU. The Communist Party USA breakaway group Committees of Correspondence and the Institute for Policy Studies (IPS) were also involved in forming the New Party.
According to WND, Obama was a member of the now defunct New Party and his name was included in the party’s newsletter.
The IPS is a Marxist organization formed in the early 1960s. It has received funding from the banker James Warburg, the son of the infamous banker Paul Warbrug. The elder Warburg was instrumental in creating the Federal Reserve and was chosen by President Woodrow Wilson to serve as one of its first members.
It may seem odd for an international banker to fund a Marxist organization supposedly advocating the destruction of finance capital. “If one understands that socialism is not a share-the-wealth program, but is in reality a method to consolidate and control the wealth, then the seeming paradox of superrich men promoting socialism becomes no paradox at all,” writes the late Gary Allen. “Instead it becomes the logical, even the perfect tool of power-seeking megalomaniacs. Communism, or more accurately, socialism, is not a movement of the downtrodden masses, but of the economic elite.”
Klein said Code Pink also plans to protest during the NATO and G8 summit in May. Code Pink’s co-founder, Jodie Evans, was an Obama fundraiser. She sits on the leadership board of Warburg’s IPS. Code Pink co-founder, Medea Benjamin, set-up Global Exchange, an “anti-globalization” organization that took money from globalist foundations, including the Ford Foundation, John D. and Catherine T. MacArthur Foundation, Rubin Foundation, and Tides Foundation. The Ford Foundation has a long and sordid history of collaboration with the CIA.
As Infowars.com has exhaustively documented, violence at globalist summits and confabs is invariably instigated by “anarchists” who report to the police. Supposed anarchist violence was used in Ottawa, Pittsburgh, London, Strasbourg and elsewhere to disrupt and discredit anti-globalism and other political groups and provide a pretext for police violence against non-violent protesters.
Former Obama chief of staff and current Chicago mayor, Rahm Emanuel, has used the threat of agents provocateur instigated riots in Chicago next month to brazenly grab more power and further militarize the city’s police. On April 17, Infowars.com reported on military exercises in preparation for the NATO summit in Chicago.
Residents are now being prepared for pre-planned and orchestrated violence by Marxist political groups and their anarchist shock troops funded by bankers and globalist foundations and coordinated by the CIA. Chicagoans may get to experience what it is like to live under military siege and martial law if they do not take the advice of condo management companies and head out of the city on May 20.