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  • I'm guessing you guys thought the Italian-American  mafia was a thing of the past. You thought we were  


  • like the dinosaurs, creatures that walked the  Earth and preyed on guys like you, and then just  


  • went extinct. You should have known better...We  never went anywhere. We just became ghosts,  


  • ghouls, wise guys that you once wrote stories  about, guys you made famous in the movies. But  

    グールや賢者の話を 書いていたことがあるだろう 映画で有名になった人たちだしかし

  • This Thing of Ours”, it never stopped, we just  went underground, and got much better at avoiding  

    "私たちのこの事 "は止まらず、地下に潜って、回避するのが上手になった。

  • detection. We kinda realized that bloodied bodies  splattered on the streets was bad for business.  

    検出された血まみれの死体が路上に散らばるのは 商売にならないと気づいたんだ

  • We quit beefing with each other all the  time and said “"fuggedaboutit” a lot.  

    私たちはいつもお互いにビーフするのをやめて、「"fuggedaboutit "とよく言っていました。

  • The wise guys got wiser, and you my good  friends, were none the wiserand thenand then  


  • it all went to hell. The once extinct dinosaurs  became hidden in plain sight. Let me explain

    すべてが地獄に落ちました一度は絶滅した恐竜が 姿を消してしまいました説明させてください。

  • My name is JamesJimmyArdizzone, and on  account of me being blind in one eye after  


  • a fight with some schmuck in a bar, I got the  nickname, “One-eyed Jimmy.” I had that fight  

    バーでバカと喧嘩して "片目のジミー "と呼ばれるようになった喧嘩したのは

  • before I joined the mafia, but I caught up with  the guy later. He's now resting at the bottom  


  • of the Hudson in a pair of cement shoes. You don't think that still happens? Oh,  


  • if you only knew how many missing persons  were people whose location we know all about


  • I was born in the late 90s on Arthur Avenue in  the Bronx. That's New York City to all you guys  

    私は90年代後半にブロンクスの アーサー通りで生まれましたみんなにとってのニューヨーク市だよ

  • on the other side of the world. There was  nothing special about my childhood. My ma  


  • worked part-time in a local bakery, and my  pa did double shifts as a warehouse packer


  • In the great scheme of things we were poorbut not dirt poor. My folks are good people,  

    物事を考えると 貧乏だったが 貧乏ではなかった私の家族は良い人たちだ

  • they're honest, down to Earth, hard working  citizens. But night shifts and calloused hands,  

    彼らは正直で地に足の着いた 勤勉な市民ですしかし、夜勤と手のひらの上では

  • for what, to pay the rent and pay  off debts, that wasn't for me


  • I first heard about mafia stuff during thatPizza  Connection" thing that happened back in the late  


  • 80s, you know, when a bunch of our guys got done  for selling huge amounts of heroin and cocaine  


  • from pizza parlors. My pa told me all about  it. He even knew guys that were involved in it


  • You know what, those damned  feds had hundreds of wiretap  


  • conversations. Wise guys acting like shmuckstalking on the phone about trafficking and murder  


  • like we'd talk about our kids' birthdays. Wire tapstry that now, and see where you get


  • When I was coming up in the 2000s, when  we did business, we did it face to face.  


  • We even covered our mouths at times just in  case any cameras were on us and someone might  


  • try and read our lips. We were careful, very  careful, but like I said, it all went to hell


  • Let me tell you about that, and then I'll tell  you something about the work I currently do


  • You see, in 2019, we lost our boss, and I mean  the real boss, the head of the Gambino crime  

    2019年に我々はボスを失った 本当のボスを意味する ガンビーノ犯罪のボスだ

  • family. That was one Francesco "Franky  Boy" Cali. He was the man, the main man,  


  • and he was what you might call the mainline  to Italy's Sicilian mafia.The guy had blood  

    彼はイタリアのシチリアン・マフィアの 幹線と呼ばれるような男で 血の通った男だった

  • ties over there, and that was good for business. Seeing our guys dead on the streets had become a  


  • thing of the past before that happened, long gone  were the days we slit guys' throats in a barber's  


  • chair or we riddled cars with bullets. The thing is guys, we really stuck to  


  • that peace agreement for the most partwe remained  ghostsbut then when Franky Boy's body was found  

    あの和平協定の時はほとんど幽霊のままだったが フランキー・ボーイの遺体が発見された時には

  • with seven bullet holes in him outside his Staten  island home, we kind of came into focus again


  • At first everyone thought this had to be uswhacking a boss. That's not a small thing,  


  • as you know, and since business was goodwhy would anyone want to clip the big man


  • We had no idea who'd done it. Had word been sent  from Italy? Was it another New York family? Was  


  • it the Russians? It made no sense, we had  good business with all organized crime and  

    ロシア人か?意味がないわ 組織犯罪とは良い取引をしていたし

  • taking out a crime boss would cause a war. A boss  hadn't been clipped since the 80s for God's sake


  • It turned out the hitmen was just some kid, a  jamook (idiot) from Staten Island who thought  


  • Franky Boy was somehow involved with that thing  called the Deep State. That's a term for the  


  • alleged invisible hands behind the government. The  kid thought killing Franky would somehow save the  

    政府の背後にいる 見えない手だと疑われている子供はフランキーを殺せば、どうにかして

  • President from this secret cabal of powerful  people. Can you get any more crazy than that


  • Before they knew it was the jabroni that did the  hit, the media started shooting off its mouth,  


  • asking if the Five Families were once  again at war. So-called experts on  


  • organized crime said there were rifts  between Franky and the Gotti family,  

    組織犯罪はフランキーとゴッティ家の間に 裂け目があると言っていました

  • the previous bosses of the Gambino crime family. Expertsexperts telling tall stories, that's all  


  • they were. At least some cops said a hit like that  is not how the Mafia does things. Outside a boss's  

    彼らはそうだった少なくとも何人かの警官は マフィアのやり方とは違うと言っていたボスの外では

  • house, c'mon, we have more respect than that. We've been in the spotlight since then,  


  • and that means I've had to be extra careful. That  damn lunatic kid has caused us a lot of trouble


  • I'd been working occasionally with the Mexicansmostly getting cocaine and babania, heroin to you,  


  • and moving it in the U.S. or abroadThat's the thing with the drug business,  

    そしてそれを米国内や海外に移動させます。 それが麻薬ビジネスの問題です。

  • it doesn't dry up. Americans are avid  consumers and there's always a market here

    枯渇することはありませんアメリカ人は熱心な消費者で ここには必ず市場があります

  • I've always wondered why suchdeveloped nation wants so badly  


  • to get out of it all the time. Pursuit of  happinesspursuit of High-ness more like


  • The war on drugs can set you back a bit, but never  for long. We call it the War on Schmucks, because  


  • once they're locked up we can still get the  stuff to them. Ok, they got El Chapo locked up,  


  • and look what happened after that. That's  what they call a “Pyrrhic victory”… look  

    その後どうなったか見てみましょうそれが "ピュロスの勝利 "と呼ばれるものです...見てください

  • that up if you don't know what it means. So, there are about 3,000 of us in the  


  • U.S. or thereabouts, and a lot of us  are in New York. As one writer said,  


  • all Mafia activity leads back to New York. No longer is ourbread and butterjust  

    マフィアの活動は全て ニューヨークに繋がっているもはや我々の「パンとバター」は

  • murder and racketeering, but we still do the odd  bit of extortion. Our other main enterprises are  


  • illegal gambling and loan-sharkingand  like I said, feeding people's insatiable  


  • appetite for drugs, mainly heroin, butbit of coke and at times ice and ecstasy


  • Sure, we've got old school ventures, like  running strip clubs, but we've got modern, too


  • That illegal gambling we do, the operations are  all online and we keep our money off-shore in  

    私たちが行っている違法ギャンブルは 全てオンラインで運営されていて 資金はオフショアで保管されています

  • shell companies like all the rich folks doTo make sure our gambling websites aren't  

    金持ちがするような ダミー会社を利用しています ギャンブルサイトが

  • closed down, we operate them from countries  where they are legal, such as Costa Rica


  • The bets are made in the U.S….we use multiple  servers in Costa Rica, and then cash goes  

    賭けはアメリカで行われています.... コスタリカの複数のサーバーを使用しています。

  • off-shore. FEDs, stick that up your culo. We've used Craigslist, too, to find young  

    オフショアFEDは、それをキューロに突き刺すんだ。我々もクレイグリストを使って 若者を探してきた

  • women who we then trafficked into  various states to work as prostitutes


  • I've actually done something like this in New  York. I recruited a pretty woman, and then I put  


  • an ad on Craigslist. When she got the message,  I took her to her client. I kept half the cash,  

    クレイグリストに広告を出しました彼女がメッセージを受け取った時 依頼人のところに連れて行った現金の半分を取っておいた

  • of course. If you think because personal  ads were banned we can no longer do this,  


  • think again, there are ways of getting those ads  on the site. Anyway, that kind of thing isn't  

    もう一度考えてみてください それらの広告をサイトに掲載させる方法がありますとにかく、その手のものは

  • really a big earner, it's more like a hobbie. Yep, that doesn't sound quite as grand as  

    稼ぎ頭というよりは 趣味のようなものだなうん、それはかなり壮大には聞こえないが、

  • what happened in the Godfather, but  sometimes you gotta make ends meet

    ゴッドファーザーで起こったことだが、 時には生活費を節約しなければならないこともある。

  • We can still do things like offer  protection, but it's not like we go  


  • into places guns-blazing anymore. I'll give you an example


  • Let's say we've got a guy runningheroin business out of a pizza parlor  


  • you didn't think we'd just stop all  that, did youand then some wannabe  

    - まさか俺たちが全部やめてしまうとは思わなかっただろうな?

  • street gangsters clean the guy out one day. Well, we then tell the guy that on top of the  


  • cost of the drugs, there's a protection costtoo. Hey, maybe we paid those gangsters to do  


  • him over. The outcome is he won't get his  stuff taken again and we get more money


  • The same goes for regular folks. Let's say  their store keeps getting held up, and or  


  • their factories somehow seem to keep getting  broken into, their trucks stolen, etc. Well,  

    工場に押し入られたり トラックが盗まれたり...そうですね

  • we can make that stop, because we were ones  doing it in the first place. That's what  

    私たちはそれを止めることができます 私たちが最初にそれをしていたからですそれが

  • you might call protection-extortion. We make  those guys an offer they simply can't refuse


  • Then we've still got some of the construction  unions. We get involved in the unions,  


  • and then start making money by controlling  the materials the construction company needs.  


  • We'll start our own union if one doesn't exist. We can then start siphoning off funds,  

    組合が存在しないなら 自分たちの組合を立ち上げようそうすれば資金の吸い上げを始めることができる

  • or create benefits schemes and then defraud  benefit fund assets. It's a sweet deal,  


  • but to be honest, this is one area  where the authorities have won the war


  • Saying that, every time you see a building  going up in New York city, bear in mind we  


  • might have sub-contractors on that job or haveunion behind the workers. We get huge kickbacks  


  • from these massive construction projects. But what do we do with all our ill-gotten gains?  


  • Well, as I said, we keep our money off-shore, but  we also buy real estate through third-parties,  


  • and we've even done our bit for the environment  in Europe. Ever heard of theEco-Mafia'? 


  • You see, wind energy is all the rage in Europebut the industry is not that regulated. Thanks  


  • to our beloved deceased boss, Franky Boy, and his  connections in Italy, we've been able to launder  

    亡くなったボスの フランキー・ボーイと イタリアのコネで 資金洗浄ができました

  • money into the wind energy industry in Europe. We've even muscled out our competition in Europe,  

    ヨーロッパの風力エネルギー産業に資金を投入しています。ヨーロッパでの競争相手を 追い出したこともあります

  • and taken over a good chunk of the industryNot bad eh, for a bunch of guys that used  

    業界のいいとこ取りをしてしまった。 悪くないだろう、えっ?

  • to shoot each other over squabbles  and talk business on the telephone


  • We've also been able to launder cash and make cash  through Italy since those Sicilians own hundreds  

    シチリア人が何百人も所有しているので イタリアで現金を洗浄して現金を作ることができます

  • and hundreds of restaurants and bars and cafes in  Europe. Make no mistake, those wise guys in Sicily  


  • still have a lot of power. Ok, back to basics


  • We might not do hits in the street anymorebut mark my words, if you have the cash and  


  • you want someone gone, we can make them  go missing, at a cost of course. We might  


  • take out a knucklehead who's been getting in  the way of our drugs business, or we might  


  • secretly take out one of our own affiliates  if he's not doing what he's been told to do


  • We work with other organized crime, such  as the Japanese Yakuza, the Russian mafia,  


  • the Albanian mafia, and Chinese Triads, and for  the most part things run smoothly. Then you've got  

    アルバニアマフィアと中国の三叉路だほとんどの部分で物事は順調に進んでいるそれから あなたは

  • disorganized crime, what you might call street  gangs, and we try our best not to get involved

    無秩序な犯罪 ストリートギャングと呼ばれるものには 関わらないようにしています

  • Talking about my main job, let's say I want some  opioids on the streets, maybe some Fentanyl.  

    本業の話をすると 路上でオピオイドが欲しい フェンタニルが欲しいかもしれない

  • Well, through my connections with the Chinese  Triads I can get that from China to the USA


  • If you want ecstasy, well, I've got my man  in Amsterdam. Take out one Sammy the Bull,  


  • and there's a man very happy to take  his place and there are millions of  


  • American ravers waiting with open hands. You could say I am in charge of operations.  


  • And the drugs operation is one of our biggest  money-spinners. I don't need Mexicans for all  


  • my drug business, far from it. This is how it goes


  • Some of the raw opium is produced in Pakistan  and Turkey or parts of SouthEast Asia. It's  


  • then refined into morphine in countries where  corruption is rife. Local politicians, police,  

    腐敗が蔓延している国では モルヒネに精製されます地元の政治家や警察

  • the army, you name it, all take a cut. Just look  at what that Thai politician said, the one who  


  • was arrested for heroin trafficking back in the  day, he said he'd been working with soldiers


  • So, I use these corrupt countries and then the  Sicilian Mafia can get it over to America where  


  • I will collect and distribute. I get involved  with the cocaine trade, but heroin and other  


  • opioids are my bread and butter. There are just  too many hands in the cocaine business. Plus,  


  • being connected to gangs such as the Mexican  Mafia or MS-13 is just not our style

    メキシコマフィアやMS-13のような ギャングと繋がっているのは 我々のスタイルではありません。

  • We did for a while do deals with the Mexicans, and  traffic cocaine back to the Sicilians for European  


  • consumption, but since Franky Boy, the darling  of the Sicilians, was taken out by that paranoid  


  • bonehead, that's kinda fallen flat on its back. We are not animals, we are highly organized now,  


  • in spite of what you might have seen on the  Sopranos. Like the Russians, or the Chinese,  


  • we keep our heads down. If violence has to happenit will, but we'll try and make people go missing  

    頭を低くしています暴力が起きなければならないならば 暴力は起きるでしょう しかし、私たちは人々を行方不明にするように努力します

  • rather than leave blood on the streets. Ok, so we made a mess of a prison cell  


  • when we took out the grass JamesWhitey”  Bulger but that only goes to show we stand  


  • by our code of conduct and we'll get you  if you cross us. If snitches get stitches  

    我々の行動規範に従えば逆らっても 捕まえてやる密告者が縫われたら

  • inside prison, for us, rats get splattered. As one of my colleagues, a captain in New York,  


  • said recently in an interview, “In this  life there are three choices: you can rat,  


  • you can go to jail, or you can die. That's the  only way you get out. There is no quitting.” 


  • That says it all, really, we haven't gone  anywhere because when you get into this life  

    それがすべてを物語っている、本当に、私たちはどこにも行っていない、 なぜなら、あなたがこの人生に入ったとき、

  • there's no getting out. We just don't make the  headlines because we eke away in the background,  

    抜け出せない私たちが見出しを作らないのは 背景に隠れているからです

  • trying to keep things friendly and usually staying  away from the violence that comes with crime


  • I know we're still under the radar, but when  you look at what's happening down at the border,  


  • we think the authorities have  got much bigger fish to fry


  • Now we think you need to have a look at the  era when the mafia ruled the underworld,  


  • in this fascinating video, “Most  Horrific Crimes - The Italian Mafia.”  

    この魅力的なビデオでは "最も恐ろしい犯罪-イタリアンマフィア"

  • Maybe you're not in the mood for  that, so have a look at this…  


  • either way click one now before we  make you an offer you can't refuse.


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