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HAS IT BEGUN? United Nations ‘Peace-Keepers’ To Hit The Streets Of Chicago?

HAS IT BEGUN? United Nations ‘Peace-Keepers’ To Hit The Streets Of Chicago?

On September 29th, 2015, the Department of Justice lined up with several U.S. cities to link globally to form a global police initiative they called, The Strong Cities Network. The initiative was presented as a “global terror busting network that combats homegrown extremism.”

Attorney General Loretta E. Lynch announced its formation during a United Nations General Assembly. U.S. Cities who have become members now include Anaheim, Atlanta, Aurora, Chattanooga, Denver, Los Angeles, Louisville, Minneapolis, Montgomery County, New York, and San Diego.

Fast forward to 2017, now, the Cook County Commissioner Richard Boykin traveled to New York to discuss Chicago’s violence problem with the United Nations assistant secretary-general for peace-building support. It was in these discussions that Boykin encouraged the idea of bringing in the UN peacekeeping force to the streets of Chicago rather than the National Guard.

This is an outright handing over of our rights to a global unit! Please don’t’ miss this crucial report that harbors critical details about what awaits the world…