Top 10 most inspiring quotes by Al Capone
- You can go a long way with a smile. You can go a lot farther with a smile and a gun.
- Don’t mistake my kindness for weakness. I am kind to everyone, but when someone is unkind to me, weak is not what you are going to remember about me.
- In this life all that I have is my word and my balls and I do not break them for nobody.
- I would rather be rich affluent and greedy and go to hell when I die, than live in poverty on this earth.
- I got nothing against the honest cop on the beat. You just have them transferred someplace where they can’t do you any harm. But don’t ever talk to me about the honor of police captains or judges. If they couldn’t be bought they wouldn’t have the job.
- I have spent the best years of my life giving people the lighter pleasures, helping them have a good time, and all I get is abuse, the existence of a hunted man.
- Every time a boy falls off a tricycle, every time a black cat has gray kittens, every time someone stubs a toe, every time there’s a murder or a fire or the marines land in Nicaragua, the police and the newspapers holler ‘get Capone.’
- You accomplish more with a smile, a handshake, and a gun than you do with just a smile and a handshake.
- This American system of ours,call it Americanism,call it capitalism,call it what you will,gives each and every one of us a great opportunity if we seize it with both hands and make the most of it.
- Bolshevism is knocking at our gates, we can’t afford to let it in…We must keep America whole and safe and unspoiled. We must keep the worker away from red literature and red ruses; we must see that his mind remains healthy.
Al Capone, born on January 17, 1899, in Brooklyn, New York, rose to infamy as one of America’s most notorious mobsters during the Prohibition era. Beginning his criminal career in Chicago, Capone quickly climbed the ranks of the criminal underworld, gaining notoriety for his involvement in illegal activities, primarily bootlegging and racketeering.
Known as “Scarface” due to a facial scar resulting from a barroom brawl, Capone became the de facto leader of the Chicago Outfit, a powerful and ruthless criminal organization. His control over illegal alcohol distribution and organized crime made him a formidable figure during the 1920s. Capone’s criminal empire extended beyond speakeasies and gambling dens to encompass political corruption and law enforcement bribery.
In 1931, Capone was convicted of income tax evasion, leading to an 11-year prison sentence. His incarceration marked the end of his reign as a crime boss. Released on parole in 1939 due to deteriorating health, Capone spent his remaining years in seclusion, grappling with the effects of syphilis, which he had contracted in his youth. Al Capone died on January 25, 1947, in Miami Beach, Florida, leaving behind a complex legacy as both a ruthless gangster and a symbol of the Prohibition era’s lawlessness.
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