New International Gang Of Thieves Make Somali Pirates Look Like Amateurs

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Submitted by Simon Black via Sovereign Man blog,

When the two young petty thieves, Rinconete and Cortadillo, came to Seville they were quickly censured for stealing.

To their surprise, it wasn?t for the theft itself, but instead because they were not registered with the local thieves? guild.

In this upside-down world imagined by Miguel Cervantes, theft was not a crime, but a craft?performed in the name of God and justice.

And like any other craftsmen of the day, the thieves had formed a guild. There they provided training and support to their members, while maintaining an exclusive right to engage in the trade.

This past month, a real-life guild of thieves was formed. With 51 governments pledging their support to each other for the protection of their ignoble craft of theft. And another 30 pledging to join by 2018.

From day one, governments have been pilfering their citizens? assets…

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