Former Philadephia mafia boss Ralph Natale was the leader of the Philadelphia crime family from 1995 until 1999 when he became the first American Mafia boss to turn state’s evidence.
On June 10, he appeared on “Fox News Insider” to promote his biography “Last Don Standing.” During the interview, he presented us his plan for dealing with the biggest problem in America- terrorism!
He said: “We’re pussycats on terrorism.”
“I would kill them immediately, and then I would hang them in front of their houses and then call the newspaper, the Inquirer,” he continued. “‘Listen, come see what happened to those people.”
Later on, Natale gave his solution to combat terrorist attacks, which took the lives of many in Manchester, London, and Tehran, Iran, during the last month alone.
“There’s an old Italian saying,” he said. “If you don’t listen to the first note, you’ll never hear the rest of the song. That’s what’s happening today. They call me a killer, cold-hearted. I never hurt anybody that didn’t deserve (to die). I never did.”
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What do you think, does Natalie gone too far? I don’t think so! It’s harsh but true! We are at WAR with an enemy who operates without ANY rules of engagement or restraint, while we endure and are handcuffed by lawyers and court actions as if this is just another case of civil law to be resolved.
Believe me, ISIS don’t think twice about killing our soldiers! And what do our courts do… oh you can’t have a travel ban because it is unconstitutional? Ironic right?!?
That is why we need to stop them from getting into our country! We were way too soft for too long!
He’s spot on as to what needs to happen. It’s great to see somebody stand up to this evil. I’m sick of people telling me its here and we have to bow down to it. Time for some good old men to start to put an end to this snowflake generation.
If only there were more people in America this dedicated to eradicating this evil!
Natalie D. is an American conservative writer! Natalie has described herself as a polemicist who likes to “stir up the pot,” and does not “pretend to be impartial or balanced, as broadcasters do,” drawing criticism from the left, and sometimes from the right. As a passionate journalist, she works relentlessly to uncover the corruption happening in Washington.She is a “constitutional conservative”.