Mafia Beneath Suspicion

Ant Rob
Ant Rob
Jun 15 · 3 min read

America’s economy is getting worse, there’s no question about it. More are becoming homeless, jobs are being outsourced to overseas, and drugs and gangs seem to be on the rise again. There have been steps to improvement our community, but I feel that progress we work towards seems to be undermined. I should also mention that this is exactly the same for every other country. When that happens, something’s wrong with our country. Very wrong.

I will first address the worries of citizens around the world fighting corruption. On one corner, you have those are fighting for the rights of everyone, risking their lives for freedom. On another, there are those who are deep in despair they decide not to help anyone, having watched the news over and over again. On a third corner, you have those who just want to enjoy life to the fullest with minimal regrets. And on the last corner, you have the poor and homeless, who afford anything, let alone social security. With all of these happening, what do you see? Chaos and mayhem in a nutshell, with seemingly no permanent way to fix the problem. My advice? If a few ordinary citizens, not law-enforcement, decided to approach this political problem like detectives instead of fighting for their, not only would the economies be in noticeably better shape, but the amount of deaths could have been reduced to an unknown degree and less people would be mentally ill by then.

Utopias are impossible, a fact that we all know. Why am I saying this? Because I have something that could refute this: Ethnic and Gender equality, something we striven for decades, technically ARE utopias, in a social sense. Even with our differences, it’s nearly impossible for it to happen, as we’re still at each other’s throats for past crimes. The only way this can happen one race apologize to another for a past incident. The chances of reconciliation are slim, only IF both parties are willing to hear each other out and are not consumed by hate. Hate might be a strong word, but in reality, it’s just an enemy at the gates that opposes you openly, not the brush of darkness that Martin Luther King Jr. had described it. In a chaotic, hate-filled world like this, it’s always those are hidden in plain sight.
After a decade of sleuthing, I’ve come to the conclusion that the people responsible for the corruption in our political system, and at large, the communities, and our youth, are the Jews. But many of them have been killed in the past by Nazis in the Holocaust and have faced constant persecution, Right? Actually, that’s exactly the case. Not one citizen, let alone a member of the lower brass of Law Enforcement would believe that a race whose ancestors, victims of a genocide in Nazi Germany, would be complicit in, let alone orchestrate, The Drug Trades, the slave trade, The Great Depression, The corruption of our Youth, the rise of gangs, and most importantly, the corruption of our political system. There are hints lurking around in the United States, something they were counting on. You see very few Jews reported by news anchors of doing a crime (when there’s more than one might think), and if the trial is held, either it has a Jew relative insisting that their Jewish kin is kind when evidence states otherwise, or in case they are declared guilty, the Jew will receive a lighter sentence than someone who isn’t. If a Jew somehow got a harsh sentence, they will commit suicide to escape justice. You see, while everybody else in the lower brass of law government were occupied resolving racism, debt, and other heavy issues, the Jews maintained a positive front of being well-dressed businessmen, all so they could remain under the radar of Law Enforcement’s lower brass for decades, if not centuries. To put it shortly, they’re poisoning the nations from within; The Jews retort with the words “Anti-Semite” simply because I tried to expose them. If it means exposing them for their atrocities, it could be a step for improvement around the world, though to what extent is unclear.

Citizens need to sleuth more instead of inspiring others.