Jul 25

黑帮头目越狱:美国黑帮死灰复燃 大发二战国难财

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黑帮头目越狱:虽然执法部门为打击犯罪做了不懈的努力,但黑帮的犯罪活动还是屡禁不止,而且有愈演愈烈之势。犯罪分子蒂林格诡计多端,丧尽天良。他曾多次被捕入狱,又多次逃脱应有的惩罚。随着第二次世界大战的全面拉开,另一匪徒拉奇一边打着爱国的幌子,一边继续从事犯罪活动。同多数黑帮分子一样,拉奇顺利地避开了一次又一次惩罚。而他的老朋友希格尔却瞄上了拉斯维加斯城。于是,一幕幕犯罪与反犯罪的活动在美国展开了。《黑帮头目越狱:美国黑帮死灰复燃 大发二战国难财》,如果爱www.iflove.com隆重推出,黑帮电影不容错过!敬请关注!Coming up next, The Return of American Gangs. Here we shall fight against them now.

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中文解说词:黑帮头目越狱:美国黑帮死灰复燃 大发二战国难财
English Title: The Return of American Gangs

撰稿:陈家伟 字数:853字

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中英文对照说明:本文为中英文对照。上文为中文解说词,下文为英语翻译。如果出现中英文对照错位现象,请在后面留言中指出。谢谢!

English Keywords: gangs, Gang History, Gangs Movies, Gangs of Chicago, crime and punishment, National Prohibition, Gangs of America, gangland, violence, gang crime, Great Depression, criminal organization, crimes, criminals, Brotherhood, Crime

亲爱的宝贝,俗话说,道高一尺,魔高一丈。进入20世纪30年代的美国,虽然执法部门为打击犯罪做出了不懈努力,并取得了巨大成果,但黑帮的犯罪活动还是屡禁不止。在本期如果爱www.iflove.com黑帮电影纪录片中,我们将继续展现美国社会纷繁芜杂的关系面,进一步揭示黑帮犯罪分子穷凶极恶的本性。

黑帮越狱:犯罪分子蒂林格诡计多端,丧尽天良。他曾多次被捕入狱,又多次逃脱应有的惩罚。随着第二次世界大战的全面拉开,另一匪徒拉奇一边打着爱国的幌子,一边继续从事犯罪活动。同多数黑帮分子一样,拉奇顺利地避开了一次又一次惩罚。而他的老朋友希格尔却瞄上了拉斯维加斯城。

Gangs of America: The Truth Behind American Interventions

Summary: For a decade, the United States has exported its gang problem, sending Central American-born criminals back to their homelands — without warning local governments. The result has been an explosive rise of vicious, transnational gangs that now threaten the stability of the region’s fragile democracies. As Washington fiddles, the gangs are growing, spreading north into Mexico and back to the United States. For more information about Gangs of America, please visit www.iflove.com

Gangs of America: The Rise of Corporate Power and the Disabling of Democracy By Ted Nace. The lowest casualty estimates, based on the now-renounced North Vietnamese statements, are around 1.5 million Vietnamese killed. Vietnam released figures on April 3, 1995 that a total of one million Vietnamese combatants and four million civilians were killed in the war. The accuracy of these figures has generally not been challenged. 58,226 American soldiers also died in the war or are missing in action. Australia lost almost 500 of the 47,000 troops they had deployed to Vietnam and New Zealand lost 38 soldiers.

Gangs in America: An Outcast’s Ticket to Success?

Gangs in America: An Outcast’s Ticket to Success? Although some people choose to be outcasts of society, others are forced. Beginning in our early years, most of us want to ‘fit in’ with our peers and be a part of a group. In order to do so we look, think and behave in certain ways. This process continues and becomes even more complicated as we age. There are others, however, who have either no desire or capability of ever fitting in. Of these, some gather on the fringe of society. Others, too unusual or deviant, are virtual outcasts.

Gangs of America vs. Cults of America

On Saturday some friends of mine had an awesome “cult party” at their house, which at one time had be used by the Unification Church (aka the Moonies). While there they showed me an amazing chart of the Gangs of America vs. Cults of America, which is a special insert in the current issue of Vice Magazine (the “Gangs vs. Cults” issue). You can probably still find copies of this issue at your favorite Haight Street headshop/piercing/tattoo/raver store.

Inmates are the clearest example of society’s outcasts. With behavior so deviant from mainstream expectations, they are banished to fenced-in buildings on the edges of what tend to be already unpopular towns. An inmate’s identity as an outcast often begins to form long before his first incarceration. Some sadly relate a life history of peer rejection, while others coolly discount the importance of acceptance. Having a certain amount of awareness of their early failure to fit-in, a number of inmates inform me that, as children, they essentially chose to opt-out – opting instead, for gangs. It was in gangs that many finally found their first taste of acceptance and success.

Everyone seems to have a different opinion of gangs. Some see them as groups of hoodlums or even national terrorists while others believe that they act as pseudo-families. In reality, they are probably all of these things. Each gang seems to fulfill a somewhat different purpose and meaning to each and every member. But if I were to make one categorical statement regarding gangs in America today, I would say that they are an alternative society – they offer their members an alternative to mainstreamed norms.

Like most peer groups, gangs have standards that must be met for membership. Although these expectations vary by gang, most tend to value characteristics shunned by the general public – particularly a willingness to become engaged in violence and illegal activity. (For a detailed account of gangs in America see the FBI’s electronic reading room.) In most gangs, members must ‘put in work’ in order to advance themselves in their organization. ‘Work’ entails those acts that higher-ranking members will not do because of the elevated risk for legal action or retaliation. It may include street level drug trade, intimidation of turf rivals or even murder, to name a few. In time, with good work, demonstrated loyalty and business skills, the worker or ‘soldier’ may rise within his ranks. For more information about Gangs of America, please visit www.iflove.com

Suddenly the gang member, a former social outcast, has recognized skills. His peers and colleagues praise his work and look to him for advice. He advances his social and economic status. Young children, teens and similarly situated adults in his neighborhood hope to emulate him.

For the first time in his life he is meeting the expectations of others. He has even earned their respect. Acknowledging this, he begins to believe that he is successful. His friends and neighbors agree.

Society concludes that they are misguided, delusional even. After all, an American success story does not depict the life of a gangster. But even a strict interpretation of word ‘successful’ supports him. After all, the dictionary defines it as: 1. Having a favorable outcome, 2. Having obtained something desired or intended, and 3. Having achieved wealth or eminence.

As this just cannot be, we must re-examine his lifestyle by adding morals to our final judgment. We conclude that his and his gang’s success should not come at the expense of society. So mistakenly believing that he still has a strong sense of duty to an unaccepting society, we beg of him to give it all up, ‘For the greater good,’ we plead.

In response he ponders: Leave my gang, my livelihood, and my fame behind – for what? To reclaim my downtrodden past, my impoverished lifestyle? To return to a society that does not like or respect my accomplishments or acquired skills? And very often, the answer is ‘No’.

犯罪还在继续,追捕仍在进行。总而言之,20世纪30年代的美国,多了一份罪恶感,少了一份责任感;多了一份危机感,少了一份安全感。那么,赌城黑帮究竟势力如何,拉斯维加斯城帮派怎么逃出警方围追堵截,黑帮老大如何半夜越狱?答案尽在今天的如果爱www.iflove.com黑帮电影大片中。现在就让我们到影片中看个究竟吧!

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