Chicago Christmas Violence Proposed Solution

Chicago Christmas Violence Proposed Solution

Charles E. Campbell, Founder & CEO
The Quiet Resolution, TQR, Inc.

The mass shootings that occurred over the 2016 Christmas Holiday Weekend in Chicago, Illinois was sad and painful for those of us who care deeply about our humanity. The loss of any human life is sad and must not be ignored any longer. I offer a combination of ideas, if implemented, will create a model for addressing and solving gun violence in Urban Cities. Leaders solve problems without fear or excuses. Politicians do the opposite. To implement this proposed solution will require leaders.

Proposed Solutions:
The City of Chicago should outlaw all criminal gangs. Creating a mandatory 20-year sentence, if anyone is convicted of a crime, while affiliated, associated or a member of a criminal gang.

Allow community members to vote for a Non-Lethal Bullet Initiative that outlaws the use of Lethal Bullets, while allowing the ownership of guns. It should include an exception for licensed hunters with hunting rifles.

Create (8) Eight New Civic Associations for (Ex-Gang Members) with new colors, symbols, literature, mission of community service, and goals that promote family, harmony, peace, knowledge, community and respect for law.

Hire or Release from Prison Reformed Original Gangsters (OGs) to lead and run the new civic associations with a mission to provide Rights Of Passage for Manhood and Womanhood training, and mentoring for ex-gang members.

Use Ex-Ray Technology to detect weapons on individuals using public transportation, walking on the streets, or inside their vehicles. Offer a Weapons Buy-Back Program.

Use Electronic Wrist Bans (e-Ban) Technology for convicted felons to monitor their association and track geolocation, which would aid law enforcement in solving gun violence related crimes.
Release to the public the names of individual gang members who are likely to be murdered or imprisoned due to their criminal history, so that their family, friends and other professionals can encourage them to join one of the new civic associations and live a productive and healthy life.

Create four training facilities in Chicago to train new members with Social Skills, Life Skills, Problem Solving Skills and Employment Skills for manufacturing, construction, technology, entertainment, and entrepreneurial professions.

Use Private/Public Funding from Professional Sports Teams and Players to raise the initial seek capital by offering tax incentives. Allow residents to add $0.02 sales tax, $1.00 Property Tax, $0.10 Public Transportation Tax and a $1 Professional Sports Ticket Fee. Twenty Percent (20%) of the funds will be allocated for Administration and Eight Percent (80%) of the funds would be distributed equally between the 8 New Civic Associations and all funds will be made public in real-time over each Civic’s Association’s Website. The State, County, and City Auditors would provide oversight, auditing, and accountability of all fund expenditures.

Where there is a WILL to solve this problem, there will always be a WAY, but where there is NO WILL, there will always be EXCUSES and FEAR! We must have enough compassion, love, and empathy for the suffering of others humans to demand leaders end the Cycle of Violence in Chicago. I welcome the opportunity to meet with those ready to lead without Fear or Excuses.


Did President Obama Neglect Black African Americans For 8 Years?

President Obama

Did President Obama Neglect Black African Americans For 8 Years?

Black African Americans should be happy to see the end of President Obama’s Presidency. It was great for history sake, but not great for Black African Americans.

There is not one single policy, proposal or law that improved the lives socially or economically of Black African American People. Obama Care should have been a single payer healthcare system like Canada. But instead, he spent $400 Million Dollars on Obama Care Website that did not work!

His legacy for Black African Americans was disrespectful and I am ashamed of him. Usually, when A Black African American becomes the first Black at something, we excel. He did not! He is a coward and was:
afraid to stop racist police from killing unarmed Black, instead held a Beer Summit;

afraid to stop banks from foreclosing on Black Homeowners even after giving them billions in bailout money:

afraid to address the high unemployment rate of Black People:

afraid to repeal Bill Clinton’s Crime Bill that led to the mass incarceration of Black People, destroying families and draining the Black Community of role models: Fathers, Brothers, OGs, and Grandfathers leaving a power vacuum filled by our youth with no moral guidance from men:

afraid to address the poor and segregated Failing Black Public Schools, afraid to provide equality in federal funding to Black Entrepreneurs who could not pay-to-play by contributing to his election campaign like Solyndra Solar:

afraid have or listen to any Black People with big ideas, dreams, or Innovations that could inspire a People. His campaign slogan “Hope & Change” was just meaningless words that he pimped to Blacks, like heaven after a life of suffering. Sounds familiar to Conscious Black African Americans who remember the strategies use to control enslaved people without chains, whips or brutality.
He was one of the best Politicians this world has ever seen, but one of the worst leaders too. Leaders solve problems without fear, greed or excuses.

Americans rebelled against both political parties because of Bush and Obama. Their poor leadership created a vacuum for Donald Trump, who I voted for. It is time that Black African Americans remove our emotions from politics and realize that we are being manipulated and our people’s conditions never improve. We live in a real life Matrix and done even know it. Maybe Trump is that Red Pill we need to wake the hell up!

It’s time that we get up off our knees, collective support one or more plans for our uplift and empowerment.

It’s time that we stop begging others to do that which we must do for ourselves. Check out one such plan called The Quiet Resolution (TQR)
So, did he neglect Black African American People for 8 years? Before you answer, take a personal and collective assessment of your and your family’s lives and the lives of Black African American in your city, county, state and nation.

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