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Why Welfare Keeps People Poor, Unmotivated and Helpless

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Question: “During my final school years, my Literature teacher told me that I was full of potential, which I was not using. At that time I disregarded the comment, since I had little interest in wasting more time on school than necessary. Now, years later, I have finished my university abroad and took a year break, using welfare from the unemployment fund."

"Two months into it, I realized that I am nothing else but a NEET, something I never aspired to be. Moreover, the time off I intended to spend self-studying and developing, is spent procrastinating."

"Even though I really want to, I rarely feel compelled to do anything. Sometimes, I can’t even force myself out of bed, but I am not depressed, I am alarmingly content. All of that made me reflect on the teachers remark and question my decision. How does one know and fulfill his potential?”

Another Great Video from Stefan as usual!

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Welfare is a control system. It always has been. A control system which keeps governments in power.

Why do you think it was the center piece of Socialism?

Socialism was invented in the west by western psychologists and wall street economists. It was invented at the behest of Bankers MP Morgan & co. in conjunction with the UK crown corporation.

It is a control system in which the victims will stop resisting and when thinks become fully totalitarian and unreasonable people don't resist.

 

All the NWO has ever wanted from us plebs is for us to never say no to them. Socialism creates this. Socialism is the dominate ethic in the western governments because that is how you control people. Given conflict all those people on welfare have to work (like in the USSR where they doubled the working population by giving women equality, so they had to work as well.) in factories of face being executed. They could not be allowed to go vagrant or they would end up thieves which would be detrimental to the war effort. You getting the picture.

Even better is when there is no actual war but you control the information sphere so well you can create a fictional one which will be believed and is not able to be countered.

"Oh God Islam is going to get us!" "The Propaganda news reported they had just taken some town an executed every non Muslim there and they are still marching across the world and Europe. Oh God I better work hard at the war factory so we can have peace one day."

Given 50 years of that people will not know any different way of life and Freedom will be uncomfortable with them as they would prefer to have all their decisions made for them as they have been raised.

 

None of this is new information, it was in hard print CT books 25 years ago. The same plot is in progress yet the people trying to understand it have been denied the information which reveals it plainly. Intel agencies own the new CT scene. They write the stories CT sites quote thereby controlling them by extension if they didn't already control them from Mod positions of the inside itself. They are manufacturing the content CT sites use. In doing so they are biasing the data creating false impressions and introducing sensationalism which cheapens everything we have done to try and raise the awareness of people.

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21 minutes ago, Ukshep said:

Question: “During my final school years, my Literature teacher told me that I was full of potential, which I was not using. At that time I disregarded the comment, since I had little interest in wasting more time on school than necessary. Now, years later, I have finished my university abroad and took a year break, using welfare from the unemployment fund."

"Two months into it, I realized that I am nothing else but a NEET, something I never aspired to be. Moreover, the time off I intended to spend self-studying and developing, is spent procrastinating."

"Even though I really want to, I rarely feel compelled to do anything. Sometimes, I can’t even force myself out of bed, but I am not depressed, I am alarmingly content. All of that made me reflect on the teachers remark and question my decision. How does one know and fulfill his potential?”

Another Great Video from Stefan as usual!

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The old saying, "your own thoughts become your own reality" is somewhat true. Those peddle pushers of the old documentary "The Secret" made it sound miraculous when there is nothing at all miraculous about it. Sadly, though, most people realize later in their own lives that they have created their own situation where they have wound up in life. I am in life today and in the now because of all the choices I made when I was a much younger man. The other and probably most important part of your entire life is you are influenced by the environment you grow up in and even throughout your entire life. It's important to surround yourself with people who think in terms of being successful. Thus, you are known by the company you keep. When I was younger, I always hung out with kids who were a bit older and smarter than me. Always remember, and never forget this one thing... you can tell a lot about a person by the shoes they wear and the car they drive. Especially when sitting in that car with them!

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A blessing and a curse. I used my benefits twice in my life during unemployment.

Longest two months of my life while pounding the pavement "internet in this day" looking for a job.

I was motivated due to the drastic life style difference between collecting just enough or earning far more.

It's when you ONLY know the handout and become content without effort to better yourself that the trap has been sprung.

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Here's an example of choices people make.

1. Welfare and continued entitlement programs for life: Their accomplishments 5-8 kids supported by the system living in a free apartment and free foodstamps with no transportation, no sense of worth or prospects for a constructive and meaningful future.

2. Me (sorry, but I'm the extreme opposite. lol.): Starting at 12 years old I worked every Saturday that was available to me and full time during the summer. In other words, I started real young. Some of my accomplishments. 4 businesses and 4 houses and addition properties, Wife who retired from the nursing field and started an ass kicking home business, 3 hard working Children with my oldest Son who owns and operates a large expanding company. 5 Grandchildren one of which (the oldest) who has just been accepted into a hard to enter school, placed in the honors program and has received a partial scholarship at only 13 years old.

My point here is not to boast or even brag, but instead to show just how the knowledge and attitude is passed on from one generation to the next rich or poor, welfare or hard working, but not only hard working, but even more importantly, working smart. That's what happens when you surround yourself with very smart people instead of some could careless crackheads down on the corner!

What's in your wallet? ROFLMAO...

 

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Could it be that the stipulations on receiving welfare include....thou shalt not make more than a certain amount displaced from the amount that we give you, that you'll be dropped from the dismal program we have all the strings don't we?

 

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Thanks, LBJ! Your Great Society has panned out just as planned. Uncle Sam is everyone's baby daddy now. Physical labor is for suckers. Happiness is a warm smart phone.

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9 hours ago, Cryptic Mole said:

Here's an example of choices people make.

1. Welfare and continued entitlement programs for life: Their accomplishments 5-8 kids supported by the system living in a free apartment and free foodstamps with no transportation, no sense of worth or prospects for a constructive and meaningful future.

2. Me (sorry, but I'm the extreme opposite. lol.): Starting at 12 years old I worked every Saturday that was available to me and full time during the summer. In other words, I started real young. Some of my accomplishments. 4 businesses and 4 houses and addition properties, Wife who retired from the nursing field and started an ass kicking home business, 3 hard working Children with my oldest Son who owns and operates a large expanding company. 5 Grandchildren one of which (the oldest) who has just been accepted into a hard to enter school, placed in the honors program and has received a partial scholarship at only 13 years old.

My point here is not to boast or even brag, but instead to show just how the knowledge and attitude is passed on from one generation to the next rich or poor, welfare or hard working, but not only hard working, but even more importantly, working smart. That's what happens when you surround yourself with very smart people instead of some could careless crackheads down on the corner!

What's in your wallet? ROFLMAO...

 

DA HELL???!?!?!

TWELVE?

Damn....

 

 

You had it easy...I started at SIX on a farm!

Other than that...i'm in your shadow...just a few years and a few grand children shy. ;)

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5 hours ago, Tarmalen said:

DA HELL???!?!?!

TWELVE?

Damn....

 

 

You had it easy...I started at SIX on a farm!

Other than that...i'm in your shadow...just a few years and a few grand children shy. ;)

 
 
 
 
 

Well, I actually started at 10 years old during my summer vacations and an occasional Saturday, but I never included that in my original post because I started by practicing how to properly drive nails with a hammer. Kind of like the Karate Kid wax on wax off thingy. lol. It actually takes lot's of time to become a real pro using a hammer.

I also had an uncle who loved saving old used nails. He used to make me pull all the bent nails out of the wood we would take down and bend them back so he could reuse them again. We actually had two completely filled five-gallon compound buckets of old rusty mixed and assorted nails. I couldn't even lift them, but afterward, he had me sorting them and actually paid me to do this. I didn't care at 10 years old.

The funny part, though, my uncle was a very wealthy man in his day. I suppose that's one of the reasons why he was. Lol. He was beyond being a frugal person. lol. He was my guard father, and I miss him so.

He was also my mentor in life teaching me how to save, so yes, he was implanting these healthy values even in me as a young child. He even helped me start my first business at 21 years old shortly after I was married.

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