|Mr Kilbourn this is my original post to Jason:|
Itís always been held in the past, that a certain degree of criminality was considered
Pathological and inevitable in the economy of the modern state. But their structural difference made them distinct, distinguishable, recognizable. A premise, this, to be able to eradicate the criminality from economy.
The growth of criminality has, instead, arrived to chock the economy and from here
descents their irreconcilability behind a very low limit.
The rule of the State and of the institutions itís always been to protect the economy and the market from criminality.
However, in the last few decades, in the economics of the richest and developed world;
of capitals, of the world-wide markets and of the globalization, in which the economy travels on internet, itís not like this any more.
This old dichotomy has been transformed in syntony and the State and the Institutions
warrant its functioning giving full freedom to the finance, and to the new technologies
which became the tools of the new dominium in the hands of a new alliance among
Governs (Scoundrel), transnational mafias, and banks especially for what concerns
the financing of the new and relevant phenomenon of the international terrorism.
Of the States in the hands of the international mafia it has been openly spoken
with reference to Russia, Albania, and Montenegro, etc.
Itís been spoken a little less and with embarrassing, when was discovered that the capital provided to the Russian Mafia was coming from the international Institutions
and from the guide state, USA, which should have controlled this, and had to.
The international institutions appointed for the control of the banks activities, for long time, have been too busy talking of ethic and finance, for noticing these illegal traffics.
The globalization of the modern economy and of the Internet is based on the five pillars of the criminal economic
a)Financial transactions, which is the recycling of all the others forms of criminality;
b)the marketing of weapons and toxic material
c)the marketing of live organs and sectioned for transplants
d) the marketing of drugs
f) Internet criminality
The rest of our economy the one directed to satisfy the real needs of the real economies
Itís only the under product of these sectors, a residual phenomenon now, often kept to the margins of the illegality.
Mr. Kilbourn, by reporting such informations; have I stated that I am an anticapitalist? or that I am ignorant about it?
Capitalism as phenomenon ( I mean, the system of private property of capital) is certainly
different of Capitalism as idealogy e.i. the philosophic promotion of such system.
A notion completely different. I don't think I made such mistake
Mr. Kilbourn:" will answer every question that you and your entire family tree have ever considered on the subject"?
(Edited by Ciro D'Agostino on 7/28, 1:52pm)