Can neoliberalism be defined as an international criminal syndicate

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ezrakoch
Can neoliberalism be defined as an international criminal syndicate

As I read about the Mont Pelerin Societies beginings, I'm not very knowledgeable on the subject of neoliberalism. The first thing that struck me was this was an international organization, it's members were business people, or not directly part of any government planning. Yet they formed organizations labeled educational, but with the intent to interfere and subvert democratic policy from the very beginning. As neoliberal policies have become entrenched in most world governments by enforcement, or infiltration of political, usually conservative, parties. I couldn't help but notice simlarities to the practices used by the La Cosa Nostra in dealing with governments. True the neoliberals are far more sophisticated in their approach, but are they truly any different than the La Cosa Nostra, or even the Russian Ogliarchs in thier pursuit of wealth and power. With the lessons learned after WW2 and in Latin American Foreign diplomacy, the neoliberals seem to have created an organization well evolved and are applying these tactics here in Canada, as yet with a soft touch which is turning into a hard punch, as we just saw in Ontario. I've tried finding any kind of literature on this question, whether serious or off the wall and haven't had any success.