Originally Posted by thisbytes
Focusing on the worst helps you to better plan/prepare for it.
Positive outcome: This country's inhabitants relearns self-reliance and that moving to a service-based economy is a complete farce. Manufacturing is a necessity.
Exhibit A: China. Growing like a weed.
"Service industry" means forced low wages and unrewarded service to others. Hoarding has become endemic at the top level; some people just feel they don't have enough. "Critical mass", or something like that in financial terms. It really means having enough security that one can sit on the *** and have others serve them without the ability to opt out. Not my plan. I AM a wealth creator.
I've learned how my reality really functions at the optimum. Why would someone buy a beautiful sports car and then store it in the garage? You know many celebrities have huge garages for their collections? You can't drive more than one vehicle at a time, anyway. It must feel really good just to know that your friends and servants covet what you have. That's pure energy of the envy variety! I don't envy. Why would I? I create wealth--I can make anything I can imagine.
Car collections appear to simply draw attention for lonely people, and also make a person more money, of course.
"Who needs to own a zillion CDs when you can hear beautiful music in your head for free, or share good times hanging with your friends?"
A red Mercedes sports sedan is cruising down a busy street in the posh part of town. Three dudes are hanging out on the corner and spy the car. "Wow!" Look at that marvelous piece of fine machinery, man, it's like a work of art"
"Yeah, man, what I 'd do to have one of those sitting in my garage"
"Hey, do any of you know who that asshole with the somber face is, who's driving it?"
"Nope, dude, but notice he's alone?"