Crush Your Enemies Completely

Buona sera gentlemen, I'm in a particularly vindictive mood this evening. It's just as well; my mood will perfectly fit my subject of crushing one's enemies.
I know, you're probably thinking I woke up on the wrong side of the bed this morning and all I need is a few good cups of espresso to get rid of some crankiness, but that is not the case. What I'm about to tell all you lunkheads out there is of vital importance if you aspire to being powerful & successful.

everyone has enemies

First off, as much as you think you're a great guy and that everyone loves you, I'm telling you that you have enemies. Everyone has enemies.
Enemies are a reality of business as much as death and taxes. If you could eliminate death and taxes forever, would you do so? Of course you would, so why would you not eliminate your enemies too?

La Famiglia has taught me many things, namely: you can get around paying your taxes (just ask my friend Bob at the IRS); you can even occasionally cheat death before the Grim Reaper finally makes you pay the final toll (unless you already live in Jersey, in which case I offer you my sincerest condolences). What you can't do is let your enemies get away from you if you have the chance to ruin them.

Enemies, my friends, are much like a fire that hasn't been fully extinguished — one gust of wind and it will be burning in full force in no time.

you must crush them

When dealing with enemies, your goal should be to totally crush them. That is, make it so that they are no longer a threat to you. Not now, and not in 20 years from now. Thus, you must make sure you inflict enough damage to placate them forever.
The point to remember is that you don't want someone creeping up behind you looking for revenge down the road, and they will do so if you don't crush them while you can.

The great Machiavelli said it best: "For it must be noted, that men must either be caressed or else annihilated; they will revenge themselves for small injuries, but cannot do so for great ones; the injury therefore that we do to a man must be such that we need not fear his revenge." It doesn't get much clearer than this boys.

Now that you know why you should crush your enemies, you should be wondering how to crush them to make sure that they don't come back to haunt you. Read on and I'll tell you exactly what to do. So pay close attention. –Ask Men, Mafioso
How exactly do you go about turning your enemy into a harmless bystander? The first thing you should do is beware of negotiating with him.
do not negotiate

Negotiation is usually required in any business deal. Sometimes, however, it is not a good option. Suppose someone owes you a lot of money, for example. They have a debt to pay and they are not paying.
Each time you try to pin a date down to start receiving payments, they weasel their way out of the situation with verbal adroitness. That is, without you realizing it, they are negotiating more time out of you. They will try to persuade you; so don't fall into the trap.

Especially tricky, is if this person is a former friend of yours, the natural tendency is to give him the benefit of the doubt. The result of negotiating with these individuals is that you are giving them power, when they should have none.

You are giving them life when you should be taking it away from them. So remember, do not negotiate with deadbeats. You have the power, you call the shots; and if they don't like it, it doesn't matter — they have no choice. Giving them a choice will only make them disrespect you more while plotting a revenge at your expense.

ruin him financially

Once you have sworn this person off as an enemy, it is important that you show no mercy towards him. As soon as the opportunity presents itself, you must go for the jugular. And once there, don't let go until you've completed the job.
Have no mercy; as long as your enemies are around, they can still hurt you. So make sure you put them on the sidelines permanently.

The first thing you should do when ruining someone is destroy their finances. It takes money to get things done these days, thus your first move being hurting your enemy financially.

Your second move is to ruin his reputation. Losing money is bad, but losing a reputation is worse than death. Following our previous example of someone owing you money, here's what I recommend you do:

Sue him for everything he is worth. That's right, you heard me — take him to court. The first thing you should do is build a legal case against him. If he owes you money and has assets, then go after every penny he's got.

Once you've gotten that, go after his other assets. "But he has a wife and kids"... tough luck buddy, next time don't borrow what you can't pay back. If need be, send the guy into bankruptcy. "But what about"... no buts. Ruin him financially. End of story.

Great, now he's in the street and uses the same cup to urinate in and to beg for spare change so he can afford some bread to go with his pigeon dinner. "What do I do now?," you ask?

ruin his name and reputation

First off, it's just business, so don't feel sorry for the poor slob, he had it coming. What you do now is attack his reputation. In one of my previous articles I spoke of the importance of building a strong reputation. Well, here's how to destroy one:
Let the word leak about what a scumbag he is and what he did. Basically, you want to brand him as a rat. A man without honor is not a man.
Do you know anything about him that would cause him big trouble with friends, family, etc.? For example, did he cheat on his wife, and with whom? I'm sure his wife wouldn't stand by his side for very long if she had proof that he wasn't loyal to her.
Don't allow your enemy any options. Once you send him down the river, there is no turning back. Carry out your plan until you ruin him. To have ultimate victory, you must be ruthless. Capisce ? Good, it's very important that you understand this little fact.
Remember, destroying someone's reputation doesn't take very long. If someone rips you off, he'll probably rip other people off as well. A reputation sticks and news travels fast.
Get the word out properly and your enemy won't have any friends left to share his roasted pigeon with. More importantly, he won't have any friends left to help him seek revenge against you.

Furthermore, some of his ex-friends will likely move over to your camp and you'll actually gain power in the process. Not a bad deal if you ask me.

What happens to our good friend who is now penniless, wifeless and stripped of a good reputation? Not much, you've essentially stripped the man of everything, including any mental strength he thought he had left.

If that is not enough for you, I'm sure you can figure out what the next step would be. I wouldn't suggest taking such actions though, unless you really know the Pandora's box you would be opening.

Watch your back boys and keep your noses clean. –Ask Men, Mafioso

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