Here's the shocking truth: The Mob is infiltrating its bright, ambitious and loyal young men and women into America's top corporations. You might think that, in reading this book, you can use these methods yourself to gain an unfair career advantage. But look over your shoulder; the newcomer in your company may be an undercover gangster.
The first thing you're probably thinking is that there's no way that this author's name is really Segreto Uno, and you would be right.
Here's what the author himself has to say:
I wanted to get a reaction to this manuscript before submitting it for publication, so I asked a book reviewer who doesn't know me or anything about me to take a look at it. She read for about five minutes, and said: "This is scary. Is it a work of fiction?"
I answered, "How much truth can you handle?"
She caught her breath, picking up the implication of my question. A shadow of fear passed over her eyes.
I said, "If it makes it easier for you, just go ahead and call it fiction. You'll rest easier at night. But remember what Harry Truman said, "I never give them hell. I just tell the truth and they think it's hell.""
What you are about to read is the most outrageous management takeover plan ever written - secret until now. Should you discover my real moniker, I might answer my front door in the middle of the night to find a pair of thugs asking questions with their fists. Not an appealing scenario.
Here's the shocking truth: The Mob is infiltrating its bright, ambitious and loyal young men and women into America's top corporations, their goal being to do whatever is necessary to advance their careers until they're occupying the top positions of chairman of the board and chief executive officer. That's when the pillaging begins in earnest, when the mob controls the corporation and its cash flow, the lifeblood of any commercial business. And of course that's when it will be able to launder illegal cash from criminal enterprises; the perfect cover. Its insidious plan assures the Mob a never-ending stream of cash flow and eye-popping profits.
You might think that, in reading this book, you can use these methods yourself to gain an unfair career advantage. But look over your shoulder; the newcomer in your company may be an undercover gangster. Whatever you do, don't cross that person. Not if you value your career... or even your life.
It's going to take twenty - maybe thirty - years to complete the takeover. But leaders of The Mob are patient. They predict that operations such as gambling, prostitution and drugs will be taken over by legal businesses or governmental bodies.
Corporate Godfathers is the Mob's future.