I predicted this long long time ago after being in a bad relationship, women can work hard to push womens equality through their work in the private sector of organized crime. The Public Offices still have a lot more visibility and interaction with many section of the public and political sphere and as we can tell the public isn’t ready for a strong women in public government official. I’ve always been a fan of strong women. I don’t mind a women in control, especially on Thursday or Friday nights when I come home from the gym too exhausted after respectively working and lower back.
Women were initially recruited into the business to extract juice from poppy, a delicate process requiring gentle handling. “After that, they started transporting drugs, laundering money and engaging in so-called narco-diplomacy,” using their charms to corrupt government or police officials, said Santamaria.
“Later, they started getting involved in operations,” he said.
They learned how to manage people, run operations and move money, skills that ultimately prepared them to take over entire operations. As of October last year, 46 female cartel leaders have been arrested by Mexican authorities, according to the country’s attorney general’s office…. women act with more caution and use deadly force more sparingly than men.
Family Life as Preparation for Organized Crime
The write Mario Puzo, the author and Creator of the Novel that became the Godfather movie based the character of Don Corleone. In the preface to a recent edition of the novel, Puzo claimed that his mother was the inspiration for Don Corleone. “Whenever the Godfather opened his mouth, in my own mind I heard the voice of my mother,” he said. Puzo’s father deserted him and his six siblings when he was 12. Immigrant mom here in this country that I have come across are always to me they take care of their kids work many hours, manage money and keeps everyone in line.
I find that it’s the enterprises that really care about getting stuff done and done right don’t really care about race, gender, sexual orientation etc. Initially when I was a boy I was told that in America the harder you work the better. I don’t believe that anymore looking at how Vets are treated when they come home from war and at all the legislation and talk on Illegal immigrants.
I dont advocate Criminal Activity but…
But this is a sign that the times are changing. Zetas, the dominant cartel in western Mexico, has recruited women as hired killers more actively than other cartels. Unlike the Sinaloa cartel, which prefers to stick within known families, the Zetas hire all over the country. Manuel Clouthier, a businessman and politician from Sinaloa, said he believed women in the drug trafficking business were more responsible, more loyal and, therefore, more effective. And he warned that the rise of women augurs ill for the war on drugs.
This is a business model that works. (Is it a coincidence that the four-decade tidal wave of Mexican immigration to the United States has receded, causing a historic shift in migration patterns as more Mexicans appear to be leaving the United States for Mexico than the other way around) Christopher Hitchen felt that the only cure for poverty was the emancipation of women. I often wonder what would life be like if instead of putting so much energy into excluding certain groups of people into the important conversations of the day what would happen if for the sake of the nation, for future prosperity we gave everyone the opportunity to show us what they can do.
I mean we all know we don’t like each other and we wont one day wake up loving everyone. But we know our kids and this nation on a whole needs as much talented individuals as it can get. Anyways, check out this cool video from Common Called Testify, there is a cool twist to the story he is singing about that ha a lot to do with this post