|Gangster Anonymous Meeting|
Los Angeles, CA 90008
G.A. Global Services Inc.
As members of an Organized crime family, we often are born, married into or selectively chosen to join. We criminally worked our way into the organization one crime at a time. We found after joining we were constantly bombarded with orders of protection. We fell into the hero form of our disease. When we were children we had no idea what our future held for us other than a possible prison term or death. In some cases, we knew not what our marriage life entailed once we agreed to marry into the organization. Our love for our wives and husbands blinded us into accepting this family tradition. Some would describe this life as a hereditary illness passed on from generation to generation.
A sort of cancer in the mind growing worse day in and day out; an unfortunate reality to many a beautiful person. A cure for this form of gangsters mentality has not been found. We have seen many people die or lose their freedom from this illness of the mind. We at Gangsters Anonymous welcomes anyone trying to rid themselves of this horrible illness. This way of life this family of men and women attaining wealth and family longevity illegally has harmed so many. This disheartening reality can be overcome with the support of recovering men and women coupled with the support of the organized crime family members.
If ever given the opportunity to free ourselves from this mental disorder, we have found members of Gangsters Anonymous willing to ensure our crime families their information and ways will never be shared. The newcomer will seek only his recovery. We at Gangsters Anonymous will try so very hard to ensure privacy from the newcomer. Insisting on a new beginning and knowing that revealing any information that could harm anyone will not be accepted. We are gangsters in recovery striving to free ourselves of the pain, uncertainty and sometimes horror that this mental disorder has embedded in our minds. We seek to harm no one including those in any organized crime still suffering from this disease.