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Man of Honor . . .

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In Lamezia Terme, an industrial city in Southern Italy overlooking the Tyrrhenian Sea, a historical event is going unnoticed. Between the cultivated fields and factories, the first so-called “maxi trial” of the 'Ndrangheta, the Calabrian criminal organization, began on Jan. 13. With 335 defendants (almost all men) and 600 lawyers dealing with 400 counts of murder, drug trafficking, money laundering, and more, it’s one of the largest criminal prosecutions in recent history.

Expected to last at least two years, the trial is known as “Rinascita -Scott,” or “Rebirth Scott.” Nicola Gratteri, the prosecutor driving the case, explained that its name refers to a U.S. Drug Enforcement Administration agent who spent eight years in Italy fighting against narco-’'Ndrangheta's organizations and died upon returning to the United States in a car accident.

It’s been called the trial of the century in some Italian newspapers, but curiously, no television news stations are reporting on it, it never ends up on the newspapers’ front pages, and it’s not even creating political controversy. This is the largest trial against organized crime since the famous maxi trials of the 1980s. Did you know, the Port of Gioia Tauro is a large seaport in southern Italy right smack dab in Calabria? It is the largest port in Italy for containers throughput the Mediterranean Sea. Located north of the city of Reggio Calabria, it is close to the East–West route which stretches from the Strait of Gibraltar to the Suez Canal and serves mainly as a transshipment hub, connecting the global and regional networks that cross the Mediterranean. Does the Suez Canal ring a bell?

The 'Ndrangheta, in some ways originated under Bourbon Court, where they overlapped with the up-and-coming Camorra of Naples. The year 1792 is when we first hear rumors of the criminal group.

A royal census visit went around trying to understand who were the reliable or “noble” families, who might align with the Bourbons, and they started to hear rumors of criminal phenomena. They stated about the area: “the murders, thefts, the kidnappings were infinite; the ignorance of the clergy was scandalous; the village notables, obsessed with the idea of enriching themselves and then ennobling themselves, rapacious monopolizers’ of local administrations, who grew up in the shadow of a decadent nobility whose remains were being prepared.”

With such a lawless community, the 'Ndrangheta arose as a sort of vigilante urban guard. They were keeping crime in check in the area, while also being behind many crimes being committed. The name itself 'Ndrangheta is a calabrese twist on the Greek Andragathía, meaning “heroism”. The Calabrese take it to mean Man of Honor. While they floated around with extortion and blackmail as their primary crimes it was not until 1897 that the first in-depth cases against them were brought up and the organization and rules were exposed.

The 'Ndrangheta still continued to work within their own region and primarily only in financial crimes until the 1970s. During this time there were a few changes. There was the first 'Ndrangheta war (where two clans fought amongst themselves). These came about due to disputes over public works contracts, who could sign, and who would get the money. Also, during this time, they moved onto new crimes, primarily kidnappings.

From 1969 to 1998, there were over 600 kidnappings by the 'Ndrangheta, 128 of which happened in the region itself. These ransomed kidnappings sponsored the ‘Ndrangheta’s further activities. Of these hundreds of kidnappings, 8 individuals were never recovered.

The most famous of these 'Ndrangheta kidnappings was that of John Paul Getty III, the grandson of the American oil tycoon by the same name. Getty had actually originally been planning to get himself kidnapped as a way of getting money out of his family, but then had called it off. Yet the 'Ndrangheta realizing who he was, kidnapped him anyway.

They requested a ransom of $17 million, his grandfather refused to pay and in return Getty had his ear cut off. After much negotiation, his grandfather paid $2.2 million, but given the torture, Getty was victim to during the time, he lived a very hard life of medical problems and substance abuse.

As time went on and the 'Ndrangheta had more funds, they began investing in the international drug trade, more legal business, and politics in the 1990s.

The Italian state only classified them as an “official” mafia group in 2010, quite recent given their history of criminal activity. Until the late 20th century, 'Ndrangheta operated primarily in Calabria since the 2000’s they have moved heavily into Northern Italy, Europe, Latin America, and the US.

They control the international cocaine trade, are found in politics throughout Italy, control factories, and businesses throughout all of Europe.

Their control of the cocaine trade makes them very connected to the Los Zetas cartel, in fact, they supply most of the weapons used by the cartel. In politics they are normally found in Northern Italy, but not necessarily in the large cities, you will often find their associates as mayors and councilmen in small cities scattered around.

In business, they have their hands everywhere, but Germany is one of their main hubs, where they purchase many businesses to act as money laundering. They even were behind many contracts involved in EXPO Milan 2015. Other crimes they are known to commit: drug trafficking, extortion and usury, arms trafficking, prostitution and human trafficking. Port of Gioia Tauro is the perfect setup.

'Ndrangheta activity accounts for at least three percent of Italy’s GDP. Illicit activity income going back over sixteen years indicates: Drug trafficking €27.Billion - Comm. Enterprise & Public Contracts € 5 Billion - Extortion and Usury € 5 Billion - Arms trafficking € 2.9 Billion - Prostitution and human trafficking €2.8 Billion

There are over 100 families active within the group, working in both a horizontal and vertical way. Long story short: There is an overarching pyramid hierarchy which is then meeting in a horizontal structure organized by geographic location. All members in the geographical sub-organizations are organized into certain groups of the society:

La Societa Minore: there are the low-level members; La Societa Maggiore: then the higher bosses and officials, there is also something called La Santa, which is rumored to be very special, with a connection to Freemason membership. Some say this is reserved specifically for those playing in politics more official positions.

While the organization is primarily focused on blood relations, members can renounce family and be “adopted”, swearing that the 'Ndrangheta are their new family by blood. The key prosecutor in the case is Nicola Gratteri, a Calabrese himself who has spent much of the last years in police protection, developing this case against 335 members of the 'Ndrangheta.

Some people think the Mafia has lost tons of power but au contraire. The worst kind of Mafia doesn’t belong to the New York families. It belongs to Nepotism in politics, religion, and corporations. It belongs to secret societies.

On a different note:

A mystery to ponder. Why would Vicky Cornell choose someone like Anna Vissi as the godmother of Chris Cornell Jr? Yes, Anna is Greek and a singer but, what else? She is listed as Ciro Orsini’s best friend. Is she unaware of his human trafficking and Luciferian soirées? More importantly, was Chris Cornell aware of Anna’s business ventures? And was Vicky a partner as well?

The death of Chris Cornell leads to strange places often. The added possibility of the Mafia behind the ITNJ being one of the trafficking rings Chris was about to expose is shocking. Vicky Cornell is allegedly involved in yachting and the pimping of very young models from the U.S. to Mykonos and Dubai, and her mother set up a yachting business in Greece. Remember, all elite child sex trafficking rings are connected.

Is the Mercy ship floating into harbor to rescue victims caught in the 'Ndrangheta trap?

The Papal Bloodlines are the secret, shadow hierarchy of the Jesuit Order even behind the Black Pope. These powerful bloodlines are the Breakspear, Somaglia, Orsini, Farnese, and Aldobrandini. These five dominating families unite with the Borgia, Chigi, Colonna, Conti, Este, Medici (think Nancy Pelosi), Pallavicini, and Pamphili to form the ancient 13th Saturnalian bloodlines. The most powerful man right now is none other than the Grey Pope and King of Rome: Pepe Orsini. He currently leads the ancient 13th.

IMAGES: Chris Cornell ITNJ

Video Sources: Crackdown

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