Undermining is doing business that does not comply with the rules and laws of an organization or a country and thus damages the structure and objectives of that organization or country.
Undermining activities can disrupt the balance in society, by carrying out illegal trade, money laundering, tax evasion, infiltration into organizations and governance.
The question is; Why! Why are people undermining the well-developed polity that we have built over many years? An exploration has shown that it is mainly about earning (extra) money in order to improve the financial position. Self-worth or self-interest prefers social interests.
Recognizing and combating undermining activities is a process of making choices and setting priorities. On the one hand, the black money (informal money) economy is an important pillar in national financial management, on the other hand, we all know that this economy violates all agreed rules. Eliminating this informal money circuit is almost impossible, a large part of our economy depends on it. It is not about the small retailer who receives money informally, it is mainly about the organized groups that manufacture and trade drugs, that commit welfare fraud, that put pressure on individuals to be illegal.