The organizing of Organized Crime

For such a poor country, we seem to generate enormous wealth through organized crime.

How could this country, suffering with a Gross National Product ranking third lowest in the Americas, alongside Haiti and Nicaragua, produce US$4 million worth of smuggled gold?

The organizing, management and efficiency that went into acquiring, packing, loading and shipping that amount of gold from these shores, all the way to Curacao, is impressive in the extreme.

When we look around us we see such disorganization, mismanagement and inefficiency everywhere – in how our capital city falls apart, in lame national governance, in a paralysed Parliament, and even in most of the chaotic private sector. …..To continue reading, login or subscribe now.

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