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Capitalism: Your Ticket to Freedom

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Here’s a question…when did the world become so opposed to achieving financial success?

I mean, every time you turn around, someone is going on and on about the “evils” of capitalism like it’s oh so bad to be financially well off. You can’t even mention “wealth creation” without the Cyber police ringing the alarm and flagging you. What the hell kind of world is this? People have become so brainwashed into thinking they’re wrong for wanting to earn their share of wealth. All the while, the people feeding you this BS are fueled by greed and driven to control the world’s wealth.

Snap out of it.

This is why I have made it my mission to remind the nation why we need to get back to our capitalist roots. Last time I checked, this was the land of the free and the home of the brave. Well…capitalism is your one way ticket to freedom and it takes a warrior like mentality to get there. It’s the one way you can bootstrap your way from the bottom and reach unlimited amounts of success. This is why capitalism works.

Wealth shouldn’t be this elusive dream that you never get to experience. In fact, it should be more common. As long as you are willing to put in the work and play the game, you should be able to negotiate your way to wealth. You don’t need some elite group of self-proclaimed gatekeepers of the world’s wealth saying you can’t get your share. You don’t need the government pacifying you with their assistance programs giving you barely enough to survive. It’s time you gain back control and live the lifestyle you desire. The only way to do this is to gain enough wealth to be financially free. Some people look at wealth as just selfishly storing away loads of money. But truth be told, wealth is way more than money. This is your life at stake…your freedom.

It amazes me how content people have become with being financially dependent. Slaves to underpaying jobs, government entities and financial limitations. How can you continue to go through life, knowing you deserve more, but settling for less. Embracing your inner capitalist is key to breaking free of the chains and living life to the fullest, whatever that looks like to you.

Capitalism works in conjunction with freedom and that’s what creates a strong economy. This is why we should be fighting to push everyone to strive towards wealth creation. Our economy is strong, but could be even stronger if we pushed to create more millionaires and billionaires. However, there are a few idiots in the world that unfortunately hold a great deal of power. They work hard to ensure that we don’t uplift ourselves and level the playing field. For them, the greater good of our economy as a whole, doesn’t amount to their personal power. They call you selfish for wanting to achieve wealth, but who’s really the selfish one here?

You better wake up.

You’re unknowingly being stripped of your freedom and haven’t even realized it. You’ve been forced into thinking that capitalism causes destruction when in all actuality it causes disruption. A socialist agenda has allowed for this distant gap between the wealthy and poor in our country. They strive to contain the bulk of the world’s wealth to themselves and distribute the rest among us. We can’t continue to let this fly. Capitalism allows for people like you and I to close in on that gap. Tap into our own power, create new sources of money and generate real wealth.

The point of it all is that despite what you may have heard, capitalism is not the root of all evil. It is perhaps the most important tool to achieving both personal freedoms and widespread economic success. You have to unlearn these socialist views that have been systematically programmed into your head and understand the strength in capitalism. It is not wrong for you to strive for optimal financial success. You have the right to build yourself from the ground up and access real wealth. No longer should you stand for the limitations put in place by the money-grubbing individuals working to keep you down. Rise up and rise above it with capitalism.

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