Italian Mafia in the recession

There has been an increase in gang and youth groups in many Western European cities that have seen an influx of immigrants. There is also a significant organized crime coming from Eastern Europe In this section discuss Austria [Österreich], Denmark [ Danmark], England, France [FRANSS], Finland, Germany [Deutschland], Greece [Ελληνική, Elliniki], Ireland, Italy [italiana], Netherlands [Nederland], Norway [Norge], Rossiyskaya], Scotland, Spain [España] Sweden [Sverige] and the UK including any place on the Western European continent.
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Italian Mafia in the recession

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Unread post by razbojnik » April 25th, 2009, 11:26 am

Organized crime flourishes the most when a depression hits because more people will do anything to get their hands on stuff....

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Unread post by PolakoMafia » April 25th, 2009, 4:03 pm

well Poland is a developing country yet the Polish gangsters who went protective custody and turned state witness claimed it wasnt that strong and unorganized and only in countries where the life expectency is low mafia can flourish.

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Unread post by CheGuevara » April 25th, 2009, 4:13 pm

PolakoMafia wrote:well Poland is a developing country yet the Polish gangsters who went protective custody and turned state witness claimed it wasnt that strong and unorganized and only in countries where the life expectency is low mafia can flourish.
that's because polish organized crime was never that big in the first place.

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Unread post by razbojnik » April 26th, 2009, 5:43 pm

PolakoMafia wrote:well Poland is a developing country yet the Polish gangsters who went protective custody and turned state witness claimed it wasnt that strong and unorganized and only in countries where the life expectency is low mafia can flourish.
This means that OC in Africa should florish.

No! OC can flourish where the place is poor, the people are poor, the people running the government are poor and the place itself is close to a rich place and the poor place's poor people have access to the rich place and it's rich people to buy the poor place and people's products and make the poor place and people rich.

This is the case with the Balkans, especially Macedonia. The people aren't stupid. Most people here are INTELLIGENT, SMART. Azure, fuck you and your false IQ tests. The people here not only know things, but they understand things. They know how things work. The average Macedonian in Stip teenager knows Macedonian, Serbian, Croatian, Bosnian and Bulgarian as a birth right. In Western Macedonia, they know Albanian. In Stip's high schools, kids are usually thaught German and Italian. They used to teach Latin, but that was traded in for German and Italian. Why? Germany and Italy are two primary destinations for Macedonian businessmen, mobsters and Macedonian people in general.

By the time kids are my age, and there is about 50 Spanish television series on all the time I fucking hate those, most of the kids will know how to speak Spanish as well.

Most kids also know English and English besides German and Italian is one of the languages thaught in all the high schools in the country, not just Stip.

In the information/technical university, they teach Russian and you have a Russian pen pal to work with online in some partner university in Moscow or St. Petersburg.

Tons of people know Greek. Tons of Macedonian kids also know Roma or Turkish.

So my generation of 1992, by the time we're age 35, we would perfectly know Macedonian, Bulgarian, Serbian, Croatian, Bosnian, Albanian, Turkish, Russian, English, German, Italian and Spanish.

This is of course because we're almost done.

As soon as they let in the generation after us lol maybe 1994 or something :D So that's when we're grade 11 they'll be grade 9, they might even start teaching French, Portugese and Japanese.

There's about 14 subjects in

http://slavcostojmenskist.schools.edu.m ... temid=8174

One thing you should know about schools in Macedonia :D

All computers have internet access and thanks to the People's Republic of China, all kids in the entire school have computers. Every classroom has computers. :D I've been there lol I fucking love it.

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