David Earl Williams III Speech, “Solution to Chicago’s Gang Violence”

On October 20th, 2018, David Earl Williams III, candidate for Alderman in Chicago’s 48th ward – spoke in front of a crowd of 31 attendees for 46 minutes at the College of Complexes on his “Solution to Chicago’s Gang Violence.”

He spoke fiercely against stop-and-frisk and the use of the National Guard to quell Chicago’s on-going violence. As an alternative, he spoke about cost effective measures such as: full legalization of Marijuana, decriminalization of harder drug substances, cracking down on illegal guns & more Active Shooter alarms installed in schools, ceasing with public school closures on the South & West side, encourage ex-gang members who want a 2nd chance in life to join the U.S military or Illinois National guard, and further promote ex-felons rights to vote in Illinois.

16 thoughts on “David Earl Williams III Speech, “Solution to Chicago’s Gang Violence”

  1. Terrell

    Common sense is rare in Chicago. Mr. Williams good luck in your election. The city needs change.

  2. Kevin

    He’s right. Tough policing has led to police brutality. The incumbent in the 48th ward is a bootlicker.

  3. Jim

    Stop and frisk can also cause resentment and non-cooperation with police even by people who aren’t criminals.

  4. Ian

    Illinois legalizing recreational Marijuana would benefit the state, and less Minority fathers in jail

  5. Jeff

    I sympathize with him on not wanting to be involved in these political parties. Always vote for the person you believe in. These parties suck.

  6. Sarah

    Conservatives are afraid to talk about mental health when it comes to guns. They’ll attack Chicago’s Southside when it’s convenient. Mental health should be a priority in this country

  7. Karen Mac Leish

    From the news magazine, THE WEEK: Ecuador’s once soaring homicide rate has plummeted 70% over the last eight years thanks to better policing and an innovative outreach to gangs.
    Law enforcement reforms–higher pay for officers, more training, a focus on community have helped reduce the carnage. Also…a gang legalization program which let’s gangs operate openly as long as they quit crime. Instead, gangs get training in computers and even food service–the Latin Kings now run a business called Kings Catering.

  8. James Schubert

    David, I honor you and thank you for your service to our country. I back your theories 110%! It’s great to have you as alderman in the neighborhood I’ve called home for over 20 years. I’ll back you up all the way to being our country’s next great president.

  9. paulie

    Hi David,

    I see you changed my comment to spam. I restored my comment and deleted your author privileges at IPR. You signed up saying you would cover other things for us and not just your campaign. I let it go that you haven’t, and I suspect all these comments are you yourself. It looks like they come from mostly or all IP anonymizers and many from the same ones. If they are not you they are someone – most likely just one person – that you are working with.

    That’s annoying enough in itself. I erased a few of the replies when you just kept doing it before, then recently you came back and started up again with the same thing. When I tried to get you to stop obliquely by just saying that some of us can see your IP addresses without saying anything else you marked my comment as spam, and as far as I can see did not even bother to inform me. That is unacceptable.

    I’m copying this reply to the IPR email list.

    Feel free to take my decision up with the owner on the email list or by emailing him directly.

  10. paulie

    I forwarded the above comment and the previous comment along with the comment history and a link to all the comments and their IP addresses to the IPR email list.


    ravellingcircus@gmail.com

    4:49 PM (5 minutes ago)

    to iprtwo
    https://independentpoliticalreport.com/2018/11/david-earl-williams-iii-speech-solution-to-chicagos-gang-violence/#comment-1963811

    Hi David,

    I see you changed my comment to spam. I restored my comment and deleted your author privileges at IPR. You signed up saying you would cover other things for us and not just your campaign. I let it go that you haven’t, and I suspect all these comments are you yourself. It looks like they come from mostly or all IP anonymizers and many from the same ones. If they are not you they are someone – most likely just one person – that you are working with.

    That’s annoying enough in itself. I erased a few of the replies when you just kept doing it before, then recently you came back and started up again with the same thing. When I tried to get you to stop obliquely by just saying that some of us can see your IP addresses without saying anything else you marked my comment as spam, and as far as I can see did not even bother to inform me. That is unacceptable.

    I’m copying this reply to the IPR email list.

    Feel free to take my decision up with the owner on the email list or by emailing him directly.

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    Background

    https://independentpoliticalreport.com/wp-admin/edit-comments.php?p=70113&comment_status=approved

    See comment pattern and IP addresses.

    Previous comment by me that David marked as spam, which I restored
    In reply to Jackie.

    Some of us can see the IP address you “all” are posting from. That’s all I’m going to say about that for now.
    Unapprove | Reply | Quick Edit | Edit | History | Spam | Trash

    2019/02/18 at 11:23 am

    Comment history:

    13 mins ago – paulie changed the comment status to approved.
    13 mins ago – paulie reported this comment as not spam.
    5 hours ago – willywill3x reported this comment as spam.
    2 days ago – Akismet cleared this comment.

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