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The Ethnic Mafia Myth In this case, it is the “mafia myth”, a specific construction of an underworld where ethnicity is the prime characteristic of an “other” that is on one side feared and on the other glamorized…When we read about mafias it is often, if not always, with reference to ethnicity…Crucially, the organisations seemingly are built on shared traditions, norms, values and rituals rooted in the common ethnicity of the individuals within them…. --See The Conversation on the Strands of Interconnections section Running Strings This applies to the concept of one or more groups running networks through and around the mainstream public.   It’s the way organized crime or some entrenching rebellion is hooking up to their own benefit and to our detriment. What we need to know about Running Strings is how the network members are communicating; we need to assess if they are inside things like Microsoft, Google and Facebook, health insurance and student loan connections; if there is a central racial and/or religious group operating; what tendencies any or all of their allies have; what is the modus operandi (MO); what are the tricks and specializations, including psychic or psychotronic - the latter being microchips inside or outside the human body which could send out disruptive or manipulative wavelengths and such; if people involved are immigrants/illegal aliens from other countries or have legal extended family; how liberal and leftist organizations in colleges, prisons and other locations could be manipulated and/or infiltrated.  We then see in our mind’s eye the strings of interconnection in which the groups run yarn around an entrapped mouse, with said mouse being a member of the public using a service.  The services might be interconnected by the same malicious entity, as a Big Brother sort of enterprise, so no matter where you go or what you use, it’s the same people and they all have information on you in their connected databanks.  But Running Strings can be localized, too, like between Hispanics who have put their people in jobs at the local Walmart, Best Buy and campus area parking security; they have access to face recognition surveillance and keep tabs on a target using their smart phones.  Whereas we recognize that whites and browns/blacks can and often do run illegal, vamping ops together, sometimes a core group behind all the operations is one race or another, or there is a localized version of the group that is mostly one race. Hispanics in this particular example are doing it because they want Catholicism - or at least a certain approach to Jesus- to be everyone’s religion and they want Hispanic males to be the boss of women and of the whiteness in the USA.  They want to be top dog.  Although this is a hypothetical example for the most part, such Hispanics are likely running operations in Flagstaff, Arizona, Cottonwood, Arizona, between Arizona and California, and between other states in the Southwest. They are putting out a half-baked attempt at border patrol when operating as border patrol agents. They have agendas with a certain lineage, maybe even outside the USA, or with a certain Hispanic/tribal group around San Diego.  The result is that a target is on these people’s radar, on a list, and that gangstalking across state lines is possible.  It is possible they are waiting for you at the state line.  The local people can hook up with the national ones, or can be a regional entity.  One way they can hook up is to operate in places like shopping centers - where the whole parking lot is being watched - in social services - like Charities with Hispanic Catholic workers - hospital, urgent care and health insurance connections - food service corporations.  The main problem with these networks is American personnel in these areas and beyond are not asking the right questions, not looking in the right places, not standing firm with these groups, and letting quasi-groups - groups who are partway in but not full adherents - get away with certain things that open the door to further encroachments.  One way this happens is through drugs.   Strands of Interconnection is a theme presented throughout Police Factor. It represents the idea of networks and links between people for both good and ill.  As strands of different types and colors of twine can make up a rope, so too can groups cooperate across various lines, like racial, religious, age and gender.  For example, there can be both Mexican nationals working with fair-skinned religious fundamentalists for illegal drug shipment and sales. Women can also be points of sale or contact in a long-ranged cartel network made up mostly of males.  Elderly people can be working alongside young ones in this matter, as well. The way that people interconnect for illegal activities is worthy of a sociological type of study.  For example, how they might meet in an informal setting can facilitate drug movement, so that just through the act of a casual conversation, things quickly shift toward talking about drugs to the point of one giving or selling them to the other.  But this is not just about drug usage; it is about human relations.  Such studies could include human tendencies to come together in hangout sites.  In addition, studies of cartel behavior can include how illegal drug operations create business fronts.  Another facet can be the ability to facilitate shadow government types of activities, and more. In any of these activities there is always the question of how people communicate and interact to make things happen along these lines.  By bringing the steps to mutual contact to the forefront and to take a look at these exchanges at both the macro and micro levels, we can better isolate not only where and how people are doing their drug business but the steps that are taken to reach that point.  Also we can study the likelihood for continued engagement for repeat business with the same people (often substance misusers and abusers) and with similar types. Yet again, people can and do of course cooperate for good.  For example, a wide range of volunteer from diverse churches and human services organizations can bring together donations after hurricanes or other disasters.  Neighborhoods with diverse people living there can cooperate to create Neighborhood Watch programs to fight crime The Conversation 2019/01/18  Albanian mafia: the dangerous myth that distorts our view of the global drugs trade. By Anna Sergi 110043 Excerpt: In this case, it is the “mafia myth”, a specific construction of an underworld where ethnicity is the prime characteristic of an “other” that is on one side feared and on the other glamourised…The mafia myth is often linked to better-known organised crime groups, such as the Italian, Russian and Japanese mafia. When these groups are called by their specific names, such as the Sicilian (or Italian-American) “cosa nostra”, the Calabrian “’ndrangheta”, the Russian “bratva”, or the “yakuza” in Japan, what they have in common is the fact that they evoke images of secretive organisations, engaging in crime, violence and corruption. Crucially, the organisations seemingly are built on shared traditions, norms, values and rituals rooted in the common ethnicity of the individuals within them.   And so while organised crime is mostly a market or activity-based phenomenon (engaged in drug trafficking or people smuggling, for example), when we read about mafias it is often, if not always, with reference to ethnicity: the Italians, the Russians, the Chinese, the Japanese, the Turkish – and, currently, the Albanians. The mafia label is often applied to tight ethnic groups that have an honour-based culture and are particularly attached to family structures, such as the Albanian Kanun. 110043 Updates:  2020/06/04 some technical and editing errors were discovered at the top of this page which were  repaired; the Running Strings section was added.
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