Chicago residents were once told not to fear low-flying military helicopters because they were simply part of “routine military exercises,” and now city officials are considering deploying UN troops on Chicago streets.
In June 2015, during the peak of Jade Helm military exercises, NBC Chicago reported the “low-range flying may scare some residents, but city officials say it fits the federal, state and city standards.”
“This routine training is conducted by military personnel in cities across the country, designed to ensure the military’s ability to operate in urban environments overseas, as service members meet mandatory training certification requirements and prepare for upcoming deployments worldwide,” according to Office of Emergency Management and Communications.
This morning it was reported that Chicago’s Cook Co. Commissioner Richard Boykin is exploring the possibility of deploying UN “peacekeeping” troops on Chicago streets under the guise of combating violent crime.
“The United Nations has a track record of protecting minority populations,” Boykin said before the meeting. “There was tribal warfare between the Tutsis and the Hutus in Africa, and they deployed peacekeeping troops there to help save those populations and reduce the bloodshed.
“We have to do something — black people in Chicago make up 30 percent of the population but 80 percent of those who are killed by gun violence.”
Interestingly, the US military has a history of using low-flying helicopters in Latin America to desensitize residents to a military presence.
And not long after the Chicago drills, the Obama administration launched the “Strong Cities Network,” a self-described “global network of local authorities” led by an “international steering committee” that ostensibly would provide voluntary “guidelines” that cities will adopt out to sheer convenience, much like UN’s Agenda 21.
This could theoretically provide the framework for the Deep State to undermine the Trump administration by circumventing federal and state influence over local law enforcement.
As reported in March, Deep State elements were dusting off “Continuity of Government” playbooks from the Cold War to gameplan a potential coup against Trump, and were even trying to sell the idea publicly in establishment publications.
In short, the establishment would claim the federal government was “taken over” by the Russians and thus it was necessary for the Deep State bureaucracy to usurp power to ensure the “continuity of government.”