What is MAFIA?

What is MAFIA?

  1. This is a big friendly family with their zamorochki and with their dads, mothers and godfathers, as well as with a whole arsenal of pneumatic toys of different caliber.
  2. A game:)
  3. Pavel immediately took off Mikhail Mirilashvili's doubts whether to work with him or not.
  4. family in italian way
  5. Shadow government :))
  6. Ma # 769; fia (ital maf (f) ia) secret society, organized criminal grouping (OPG), widely using for its unseemly, mnemonic purposes arbitrary, violent, murder. In order to avoid legal retaliation for their atrocities bribes officials of officials or law enforcement officers, often creates and uses family or business connections with government structures and law enforcement agencies. In its modern meaning, the term entered into circulation in the XIX century, after the prefect of Palermo Filippo Antonio Gualterio (Filippo Antonio Gualterio) applied this word once in the official document 1. Mafia members are often called mafiosi (the only masculine gender is a mafia).

    Who and when gave this organization to the world? Neither the memory of old-timers nor police archives preserved the names of the first "godfathers". The very origin of the term "mafia" remains unknown (perhaps even for the mafia). The most common version is that the "mafia" in the Sicilian dialect meant something delicious. The connoisseurs of Sicily argue that in Catania a beautiful house was called "casa mafiusedda".

    For the first time, the word "mafia" in criminal terms was used in 1862 in a comedy by Gaspare Mosca and Giuseppe Rizzotto, staged in Palermo, "The Mafiosi of Vicariousness" (I mafiusi di la Vicaria). Mosca and Rizzotto received a consultation from the well-known in Palermo recidivist Dangelo, who enlightened them in matters of prison jargon. But the secret organization involuntarily caused a desire to find something hidden even in its name.

    For example, there was clearly a political interpretation of the word "mafia", as abbreviations "Mazzini autorizza furti, incendi, avvelenamenti" ("Mazzini allows looting, burning and poisoning"). In search of deeper historical roots, it was suggested that during the uprising "Sicilian Vespers" against the French (Angevians) in 1282, the slogan "Morette alla Francia Italia anela" ("Death of France, Sigh, Italy!") Or abbreviated MAFIA was popular. The same uprising is attributed to the legend of a woman screaming in the street "Ma fia!" (My daughter!) . And lovers of deeper antiquity recalled that in the IX century in Sicily lived Arab ("Saracen") tribe ma-affir. Some refer to the Arabic words "Machias" ("mahya"?), Or "mu ahar" in the meaning of "brave", "strong," or "maha" - a cave. They facilitate the search for Arab roots of the Mafia information about Arab pirates and the blood feud taken in the Middle East.

    Today, the term mafia is often used extensively to refer to an ethnic criminal grouping.

  7. Ma # 769; fia (ital maf (f) ia) secret society, organized criminal grouping (OPG), widely using for its unseemly, mnemonic purposes arbitrary, violent, murder. In order to avoid legal retaliation for their atrocities bribes officials of officials or law enforcement officers, often creates and uses family or business connections with government structures and law enforcement agencies. In its modern meaning, the term entered into circulation in the XIX century, after the prefect of Palermo Filippo Antonio Gualterio (Filippo Antonio Gualterio) applied this word once in the official document 1. Mafia members are often called mafiosi (the only masculine gender is a mafia).

    Who and when gave this organization to the world? Neither the memory of old-timers nor police archives preserved the names of the first "godfathers". The very origin of the term "mafia" remains unknown (perhaps even for the mafia).

    What is MAFIA? their atrocities are bribing officials

    The most common version is that the "mafia" in the Sicilian dialect meant something delicious. The connoisseurs of Sicily argue that in Catania a beautiful house was called "casa mafiusedda".

    For the first time, the word "mafia" in criminal terms was used in 1862 in a comedy by Gaspare Mosca and Giuseppe Rizzotto, staged in Palermo, "The Mafiosi of Vicariousness" (I mafiusi di la Vicaria). Mosca and Rizzotto received a consultation from the well-known in Palermo recidivist Dangelo, who enlightened them in matters of prison jargon. But the secret organization involuntarily caused a desire to find something hidden even in its name.

    For example, there was clearly a political interpretation of the word "mafia", as abbreviations "Mazzini autorizza furti, incendi, avvelenamenti" ("Mazzini allows looting, burning and poisoning"). In search of deeper historical roots, it was suggested that during the uprising "Sicilian Vespers" against the French (Angevians) in 1282, the slogan "Morette alla Francia Italia anela" ("Death of France, Sigh, Italy!") Or abbreviated MAFIA was popular. The same uprising is attributed to the legend of a woman screaming in the street "Ma fia!" (My daughter!) . And lovers of deeper antiquity recalled that in the IX century in Sicily lived Arab ("Saracen") tribe ma-affir. Some refer to the Arabic words "Machias" ("mahya"?), Or "mu ahar" in the meaning of "brave", "strong," or "maha" - a cave. They facilitate the search for Arab roots of the Mafia information about Arab pirates and the blood feud taken in the Middle East.

    Today, the term mafia is often used extensively to refer to an ethnic criminal grouping.

  8. It's me, my neighbor Melkias Estrada, my brother Juan Rodriguez and my friend this wretch Fidel Genaro. We are MAFIA.
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