Chicago Politician Begs United Nations To Intervene In “Gun-Free” Chicago War Zone
Once again, the Communists ruling Chicago begged for intervention in the Windy City warzone by the United Nations.
A member of the Cook County Board of Commissioners, Democrat-Communist Richard Boykin, flew to New York City to grovel before a senior United Nations peacekeeping official and begged them to deploy blue helmets in Chicago to end the rampant gang warfare “genocide” that he helped create.
Unfortunately for the energetic Communist, Chicago Police Superintendent Eddie Johnson reminded the commissioner that the U.N. has no jurisdiction on U.S. soil.
“I appreciate the commissioner’s energy and his anxiousness to help reduce the gun violence in Chicago,” the Chicago Tribune quoted him as telling reporters on Friday. “I really do commend that, but at the end of the day the U.N. has no jurisdiction here. They really have no jurisdiction in this country.”
Johnson suggested that Boykin’s energy could be “better spent building bridges and relationships in the city, and with our local partners, state partners and federal partners here to address violence.”
Boykin said before flying out from O’Hare International Airport a day earlier that he was “hoping to appeal to the U.N. to actually come to Chicago and meet with victims of violence – and maybe even possibly help out in terms of peacekeeping efforts.”
He said Chicago’s leaders had failed to protect the community against violent crime, and suggested that the U.N. represented a “higher authority” than elected U.S. officials, reports CNS News.
“If we can’t get it done here with the leaders of the city, the state, and the county working together to utilize their budgets to help protect these communities, then I have to appeal to a higher authority, a higher force.”
Ahead of his scheduled meeting with the U.N.’s assistant secretary-general for peacebuilding support, Oscar Fernandez-Taranco of Argentina, Boykin spoke of minority populations in Chicago “being decimated.”
“There is a quiet genocide taking place in too many of our communities,” he said. “Eighty percent of those who are being killed by gun violence are African-American, and often killed at the hands of another African-American.”
“So we must protect these population groups, and that’s what the United Nations does. They’re a peacekeeping force. They know all about keeping the peace, and so we’re hopeful that they’ll hear our appeal.”
Boykin said U.N. peacekeepers have “been able to help in places like Africa and abroad, where they’ve sent troops in and sent forces in to help protect minority and vulnerable populations, and so quite frankly I think the same can be said for here in Chicago.”
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December 18th, 2017
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