The history of the drug war tells us stories filled with vicious propaganda… engineered to direct ill feeling against drug suppliers and users. Often the motive behind the propaganda was an attempt to discriminate against certain groups of individuals known to have a high incidence of drug use. Professional groups also benefited from new laws regulating and outlawing drugs.
With liberty-violators like Jeff Sessions threatening to expand the drug war, it’s time to expose the dangerous nonsense of these anti-drug crusaders.
Members of the Elite use fear with the expectation that you will retreat from truth and justice. In addition, they hope you escape into the mindless entertainment they provide you.
A social altruist believes in collectivism…which means the almighty state owns your life. Who cares if you prefer to live for your own sake.
Personal realization requires that we understand the importance of removing ourselves as much as possible from the influence of the political and financial establishment. That means we discover personal freedom.
Let’s allow Billy Joel to explain it in his great song Movin Out.
“You can pay Uncle Sam with the overtime
Is that all you get for your money
And if that’s what you have in mind
Then that’s what you’re all about
Good luck movin up cause I’m movin out”
James Altucher wisely states “Only free time, imagination, creativity, and an ability to disappear will help you deliver value that nobody ever delivered before in the history of humankind.”
Here are 13 Mind-Expanding Books that helped me survive the trials and tribulations of life and embark on a new beginning when everything around me collapsed.
Reality 1: Laissez faire capitalism does not cause recessions and depressions.
Reality 2: Government interventionism completely disrupts the smooth functioning of the marketplace resulting in permanent economic decline.
Reality 3: Federal Reserve policy of artificially lowering interest rates and increasing the money supply to “stimulate” the economy causes boom and bust cycles resulting in economic recessions and depressions.
The individualist lives by his highest values and would never purposely trade a higher value for a lower value. In addition, he integrates the hemispheres of his brain in a way that allows him to tap the powers of his mind. That means his reasoning and intuitive abilities blend together rather nicely. When it comes to his life purpose, he takes charge of his thoughts, feelings and actions.
The Integrated Individual takes charge of his thoughts, feelings and actions. He tunes himself to survive and thrive whether social and economic conditions are good or bad. He understands that his mind is his most powerful weapon in understanding reality and he meditates to gain spiritual understanding. Reaching a state of heightened awareness in his meditations allows him to experience certain aspects of the world that the unenlightened never see.
Let’s allow the him to reveal The Power 7.
Morning time sets the course for the rest of the day. Do you feel a burst of energy when you wake up? Maybe, maybe not. I admit that some mornings I wobble out of bed wondering if the Sandman stole my energy as I drifted off to sleep. You may wonder how I retrieve it. Fortunately, I possess something that pumps up my energy almost every single day…a definite purpose in life.
Here’s what Napoleon Hill says about definite purpose.