Internet Marketing for a Business
Time is running OUT!
Internet Marketing for a business is something that almost everyone should seriously consider because, your entire economic security, may soon be dependent solely upon your ability to generate additional income.
Using the internet
Using the internet for a business should be a priority and it’s something you should put time into, for little return, during the first few months of getting your education.
Learning the ‘smart’ ways to build websites, learning how to promote them, how to create engaging content and how to use search engine optimization tools to build a long term sustainable online income.
But first, let me give you some powerful reasons why you need to seriously consider internet marketing for a business.
- It’s a great way to generate an additional source of income,
- It could become your major source
- and time is running out as what I about to reveal next, may shock or even upset you.
Whoever won the Presidential Election isn’t going to matter because the machinery of Government, that controls just about every aspect of American life, will still be calling the shots. Not the new President.
The American Government is supposed to be; “by the people, for the people, and of the people” But in fact, it hasn’t been that way for a very long time.
It is tempting to believe that everything the government does is ultimately for our own good and that we can trust them to look out for us, but that is no longer true.
The Government is All of Us
Hillary Clinton said, “The government is all of us.” But the Government is not all of us. It is only a few and those few run the entire U.S. government and they control the police, the armed forces, the financial industry, the medical industry, the education industry, and almost every major part of the economy.
The U.S. Government actually comprises of some 22 million tax-funded employees who “govern” through thousands of federal, state, and local bureaucracies.
That’s more than the entire populations of Ireland, Switzerland, New Zealand, Cyprus, Estonia, Latvia, and Iceland combined.
The Government is Run by Employees
These unelected government employees will still be “governing” us, regardless of who was elected President. And you’ll continue to pay their high salaries, regardless of how you voted. In other words, everybody’s personal choices and freedoms are subject to permission from bureaucrats working for the government no matter what.
Governments Prime Concern
Looking Out for Number One
The Government has a life of its own and it only really cares about the ‘people‘ the way a flea cares about a dog. A flea needs the dog, to eat and live, it wants the dog to survive. But not because it cares about the dog itself.
The prime directive of every living thing, it primarily objective, whether it’s an Amoeba or a Corporation or the Government, is SURVIVAL. That’s the prime directive; it comes before anything else. The U.S. government is an entity that has a life of its own. Its prime objective is looking out for number one.
A Con Game
The notion that politicians are our protectors and they protect us from the risks of the world, in exchange for paying taxes and subjugating ourselves to their rules and regulations. Is how they con and trick us into thinking we need them.
Politicians, are just liars and looters, pedaling promises and scams. Distorting the truth and clouding reality. Doing whatever they can to stay in power. They survive as a flea on a dog, by sucking blood and just like the dog and the flea, the people could happily survive without them.
Politics is a Racket
Politics is about ‘divide then conquer’ Divide the citizens into sub-groups; blacks, gays, workers, men, women, unions, policial parties etc so will they fight amongst themselves to gain ‘special’, favors, regulations and appeasements.
Think about that; Politics is about centralization of power but the sub-division of the people. Which is why Politics is the biggest ‘racket’ on earth.
If that strikes you as deeply wrong. Then embrace decentralization, not the political racket marketed to you as today’s ‘democracy‘. If people are to become wealthy they need to govern themselves, they need to be free to make their own decisions, not have the decisions of others imposed upon them. Such as what currently happens within the other 197 political gangs that exist around the world.
Is the System Corrupt?
That depends on your perspective. For those in the Government, it is working as designed. It’s set up for anything but change. Those in power (behind the scenes) want to remain in power and keep their power centralized and concentrated.
For those who believe voting for a new president, will make a difference. An interest fact about long term politicians is that despite record low approval ratings, incumbents typically have a 96 percent re-election rate and that’s by design, not default and certainly not because of how you vote.
“What can be done about this? – Probably nothing. The system benefits the insiders. And the insiders control the government”.
Government Efforts to Suppress
There has always been efforts by governments, no matter who, to suppress and undermine the idea of decentralization. They always want to control their people. No matter what the constitution or other documents may say.
In American in the mid-1700’s, there was no income tax under the “British Rule” of King George, other than a 2-3% sales tax on certain goods, yet this made the ‘Founding Fathers’ throw down the gauntlet of rebellion against the British over being taxed from afar.
Today the Founders would be branded as “extremists” and locked up under the Patriot Act labeled as traitors and have their passports revoked.
Consider the irony that the government they established today enforces invasive and widespread attacks on liberty and personal freedom all of which is going to continue – no matter who wins the election.
Government Efforts to Corrupt the Language
Words are extremely important because they provide the most important means we have to communicate with each other. If you don’t understand the meaning then it’s impossible to communicate accurately.
Changes in the way words are used is popular with the political classes. Many of the words you hear, especially on television and other media, are confused, or completely misused.
For instance, stimulate the economy. This phrase first came out in the ’60s. It really just means “print money.” They don’t use it much anymore because everyone can see it no longer results in stimulus, so they invented a new word.
Now it’s called quantitative easing and it’s used without questioning the fact that it still means “print money,” “inflate the currency,” or “debase the currency.” They say “quantitative easing” like it’s somehow going to reduce the pressure of an already overheated economy caused by printing money, which of course it won’t!
The “powers that be” use these words to create the illusion that they know what they are doing, that they are in control of the situation, and all the jabbering media monkeys follow their lead using the same words, never once asking what does this new word actually mean?
Centralization of Power
Politicians love the idea of being in control and in the centralization of power, the more centralized the power is the more monopolization of power they hold and as that power becomes entrenched, compulsion becomes institutionalized, and the wealth gap widens.
Total centralization means total monopolization of power, control, and of course wealth for them. Which is what many people think isn’t going on in the United States and only goes on in countries like China but that’ not so. And as far as China goes, it may look good, but things are bad there also.
They just do a better job of hiding the truth. It just looks strong and wealthy but it’s all pretense (I know I live there) behind the scenes are massive bubbles ready to burst and when they do, it’s not only going to be bad for them but the rest of the world.
In politics, power-seekers with the most power have the most say, no matter what political system operates. Decentralization, not centralization is the way to independence and freedom.
After the Election, it’s Really Going to Hit the Fan
If you thought the recent global economic recession was bad. Wait till you hear what I’m about to tell you.
Almost every major financial crisis begins solely because of bad government policies because governments don’t (and never have) created wealth or contributed any positive economic value to society. They only steal, hurt, and destroy it.
It should be becoming more and more evident with each unfolding, successive economic crisis that the Governments of the world are messing things up and are not looking out for us. Their interest lies in being in control and holding onto power at the expense of the people.
The Real Reason we are Having an Economic Crisis
It’s not just the mismanagement of the various governments around the world that has lead to the NEXT fast approaching, massive economic crisis. It is occurring because of something that is far more understandable and ‘manageable‘ than the political B.S you have been told.
The Baby Boomers
Here are the Facts
In 2008, the world’s largest and richest generation in history, ‘the Baby Boomers‘, began withdrawing from the economy, reversing the previous major spending and borrowing trend that had been going on for the past four decades.
The Biggest spenders in the economy are now scaling down their lifestyles, curbing their spending habits, readying themselves for retirement.
Soon more and more of them will spend less and less, they will cash out of the stock market, sell their large homes and other non-essential assets and generally spend a lot less money. All of which is having and is going to have and is already having a major impact on the global economy.
Japan has been doing just that, beginning as early as 1996, many people starting retiring from the workforce, which is the real reason their economy, (that until 2010, was the world’s second largest), has slowed down. So no matter what its governments does, it can not restart the economy.
Graph of Japan Stocks (1989 – 2010)
Graph of Japanese Real estate
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