In the past two weeks, I’ve visited areas, which have been completely transformed.
You’ve probably seen it a million times yourself – a neighborhood sees a rejuvenation, so the poor slowly sell their homes, sometimes ones that have been in the family for two or three generations, while developers construct one skyscraper after the other, until the poor have been completely banished from the place they used to call home, since it’s too expensive for them. But, because the process is so slow and has a trickle effect, it happens almost without objection, until it’s too late.
In the same way, the elite have managed, both nationally (every country with its own ruling class) and globally, by using a tightly knit web of global consortiums, to gain control over vast wealth.
Their starting point is education, which is how they gain the upper hand. We live in a competitive world, so we are all, constantly, whether we know it or not, fighting for our share of the pie. The elite attempt to withhold viral information or at least distract you from becoming aware of it.
Even as the world keeps growing richer, as it is, in immense proportions, there is no limit to how much of it keeps making its way to the same corporations and individuals.
You must look within and make difficult choices, then. Wages are concentrated more and more with the high-level CEOs, while workers are replaced with ease – too many people can do what you do, so you must specialize.
Education is imperative, as the basis of your life’s work. Do not settle for general information because free data is out there, for all to see. Go deeper.
But, obtaining information is no longer enough in today’s world. Like I said, Specialization is vital, but something more is required. In addition to mastering a profession, you must develop the strength of character to lead others because what the business world compensates best is leadership skills – the ability to make an entire organization bend over backward to get their tasks done.
The great industrialist, Andrew Carnegie, proved this over a century ago, when he said: “Letting loose an enthusiastic worker into the manufacturing floor of a factory is worth many times the salary of any top-level manager.”
The elite are taking over, not because they are evil, but because they can’t help themselves. They are slaves to money and can’t get enough of it, even when they have more of it than can be spent by 1,000 family members over the course of centuries.
The elite should really be pitied for their narrow-mindedness, but that’s a philosophical discussion for another day – our work is to become wealthy, so that we can have everything we want, without exaggeration in any area of life.
The world is a debt machine, but the elite have this game rigged in their favor.
Starting at birth, Americans, Europeans, indeed almost everyone, are slaves to the previous generation and the over extendedness of the debt already amassed.
You must rise above all this, by a combination of high income from your main career, and wise investing, for the purpose of building an asset empire.
Nothing less will suffice.
Courtesy: U.S. Global Investors
Yes, gold reacts positively to larger deficits, so it’s important, but it won’t make you rich – not unless we go back to a barter economy – don’t bet on this future scenario – the odds are slim.
Get rich by using present facts, not future predictions.
The elite will keep throwing mindless entertainment in your face, to distract you from seeing the big picture. They will shove junk food in your belly, to make sure their pharmaceutical-owned businesses keep you captive.
Resist it all – your life matters more. Remember, if you’re not acting out the script you’ve written for your life, you’re acting out a script the elite have written for you – that’s how I see it.
Research Partner, PortfolioWealthGlobal.com