When the wall fell on November 9th it would start a whole chain of events. Many great things would result from this sudden historical event. Business and industry would begin to thrive throughout all of Germany. The German goverment would gain more political power. Was this all good though? Could this country, a country that has been through more struggle and termoil than almost any other country in all of history, finally be at peace? Perhaps not. Since the wall fell and apparent prosperity took it's place, many people, non-Germans, have came into Germany seeing it as a new business opportunity and a fairly safe place to live at the time being. Unemployment has increased among the population of ethnic Germans who have been forced out of work by these people. Germans who lived in Germany during the turmoltous goverment and who were caged in like animals behind the shadow of the Berlin Wall are finding themselves suddenly forced into a situation were they see their country suddenly rich with money and apparent oppurtunity, but they have yet to enjoy the reaps of the harvest. The ones who suffer in the greatest poverty of all are the ethnic Germans who have come back to their country after successfully fleeing so many years ago from the chaos of their homeland of Germany. They have returned from far away, many of them who had found refuge in Russia, hearing of the good news that the wall had come down and Germany was now "safe". What they have found in their homeland was unemployment. They live in run down projects. Many have forgotten their native tongues. These German brothers and sisters wait to prosper from the new united Germany.
The time is ripe in the German community for what could become an orginization that may prove to be more powerful than any other orginization of it's time. Russia has recently experienced a sudden emergance of a Russian mob that has proven to have the potential of, if not allready, being much stronger than the well known Italian mafia. Both Russia and Germany have the distinction of being very politcal countries. They both have had tumoltous goverments, including Communism, with East Germay being under the control of the Russian government after World War 2. At almost the same time they both experience sudden magnificent explosions of freedom with the fall of the Berlin Wall and the end of communism in both countries. Both of them have known the experience of changing thier countries flag for a new one in the process for freedom and reform. These two countries have always shared many similarities. Now they prove to share one more. Germans are now in need of something that will bring them unity, something that will bring them the power and respect do them for so long, and that will unite the German people once in for all under the knowledge that they themselves, not just their governmnet, are strong, powerful and a force that is not to be easily dealt with. They now watch the great flow of money and business before them. They are yearning for their part of it, but yet many of them remain out of work. So now they grow hungrier day by day watching and waiting for the reap of this great harvest. The time has come for these people to unite and to benefit from the current state of their homeland. Not to wait, not to ask, not to beg, but to take what is rightfully theirs. The economic and social climate of this country is now at a point were it is ready for the German mob.