italian mafiosi
What do you think about Italian people? are all gangsters?

This is not a stupid question !!!!! I'm Italian, so I know we are not gangsters! i just wanted to know what others think! because when I travel and tell me I'm Italian people say "ah, yes Italy mafia! "and that's not good! like all Italians in American cinema people are described as mobsters wonder if you Americans, I think we really so!

I also Italian. but stereotypes are around for everyone. If people can say "Italy does not deserve anything" and that, because the Italians are rude and lack only specific qualities, is abunch of crap. Insecurity is one of those who feel this way. all this way goes back to when the Italian groups came to this country, and robbed others take jobs Americans. these Americans assholic way back I felt that the Italians were jerks, and called for stole the names of these jobs. these people have died and their children and grandchildren say that Italians are pull offs just because. do not know the reason to say this because their grandparents and parents say this. people say that Italy deserved to win the 2006 World Cup, lie may be said to be deceived by Zidane headbutt Materazzi, Zidane but simply took too far. in soccer, talks and discussions always happen, you have to let go, and has not Zidane. Italian football brought to the U.S., so if you like football, should, like Italy, since the great Italian groups were the first to start playing football, playing with eachother, the others quickly learned from the Italians. then Brazil and other South Americans came and went.

italian mafia in USA


Elizabeth Street


Elizabeth Street


$15.95


Basing her story on her own family narratives and a deep understanding of Italian Americans, [Fabiano] paints a vivid portrait not just of immigrants’ lives in the first ten years of the last century, but of the vicious criminals who preyed on them. -Mike Dash, author of The First Family In Elizabeth Street, Laurie Fabiano tells a remarkable, and previously unheard, story of the Italian immigrant …

Unruly: A Legacy Novel (Cross + Catherine Book 3)


Unruly: A Legacy Novel (Cross + Catherine Book 3)



The crime boss.The hustling queen.Cross and Catherine Donati have been married five years, but the life they’ve chosen still has things to teach them yet. One can never become too comfortable in their business. Trouble soon follows. The principe and principessa are all grown up …It’s tough being at the top. When all Cross wants is to slow down the world, reality has a way of speeding it back…


Rebels and Mafiosi: Death in a Sicilian Landscape


Rebels and Mafiosi: Death in a Sicilian Landscape


$12.00


For centuries, Sicilian “men of honor” have fought the controls of government. Between 1820 and 1860, rebellions shook the island as these men joined with Sicily’s intellectuals in the struggle for independence from the Bourbon Kingdom of Naples. This lively account―the first to locate the emergence and evolution of The Mafia in historical perspective―describes how those rebellions led to the …



















Episode 1


Episode 1




The Mafiosi


The Mafiosi




The Mafia in Italy Today


The Mafia in Italy Today




Wise Guys (La Cosa Nostra) by Wishum Gregory


Wise Guys (La Cosa Nostra) by Wishum Gregory


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A historic montage by Wishum Gregory that features some of the most infamous wise guys, made men, gangsters and members of the mafia (la cosa nostra) that the world has ever seen. Included in this art print are images of the following gangsters: Paul Castellano, Vincent Mangano, Joe Masseria, Frank Nitti
Salvatore Maranzano, Joe Profaci, Vincent Gigante, Albert Anastasia
Al Capone, Lucky Luciano, …