It's one of the Ten Commandments.
In Chicago, a city where black people can't stop killing/shooting one another, it's yet another cheap ploy to try and convince black people to put down the guns for just one day.
|March 27, 2016 -- Over/Under on Homicides/Shooting in Chicago, a day designated as one "free from murder of any kind"|
March 27, 2016 - "a day free from murder of any kind." From ThouShallNotMurder.com:
Chicago pastors are calling for a day without death. Inspired by divine law and spurred by belief in the inherent worth and dignity of every person, we invite the entire city of Chicago to participate in creating a day without murder.Seriously, is there another racial group on this planet requiring clergy members/church leaders/community activists/business leaders/elected officials to come together and basically beg black people not to shoot anyone for just one day?
So what's driving the increases in homicide among the black population in Chicago? Police standing down for fear of losing their job if a wrong encounter with a black criminal goes viral. [Police brass, facing horrible homicide numbers, at last see frontline response, Chicago Sun-Times, 3-1-16]:
Police stops have plummeted by 87 percent this year and homicides have soared to levels not seen since the 1990s in Chicago — creating a firestorm of criticism for the department.
Still, police officials said Tuesday they’re at last seeing progress from their frantic efforts to get cops back to work on the streets.
Police work nearly ground to a halt in the first six weeks of 2016 because officers were worried about increased scrutiny of their stops following the November release of the video of Laquan McDonald’s shooting. The video led to a murder charge against Officer Jason Van Dyke and a federal probe of the department.
Ninety-five people were slain over the first two months of the year, the largest number of homicide victims in Chicago since 1999 and nearly double the body count over the same period of 2015 when 48 people were killed.
Cops have told the Chicago Sun-Times they’ve been afraid to make investigatory stops because the Justice Department and American Civil Liberties Union of Illinois have been busy scrutinizing police practices after the release of the McDonald video.
The huge slowdown in police activity this year could be a factor in the rise of violent crime in Chicago — along with warmer-than-normal temperatures that drew more people outside in high-crime neighborhoods.
It seems with police sticking to hanging out in the coffee shops instead of patrolling "high-crime neighborhoods" (black communities), black people have decided to disobey this commandment with ruthless aggression.
Good luck on March 27, black Chicago!