Despite the Academy Awards being reduced to a political platform, who are the real winners and losers in today’s ideological war? As everyone has seen, actors and actresses have used their platform to propagandize their views. They feed the ‘Progressive’ message of a ‘Globalist’ community that favors ‘Corporatism’. Corporatism is defined as, “a system of corporative organization of a political unit, as a city or state.” This movement takes away the personal identity as well as national identity. Back in the 1950’s it was better known as ‘Communism’ but that word has lost favor. The Academy Awards and controlled media propaganda are just the platforms the ‘Globalists’ need for control. That system is better known as best - selling author and leadership expert Orrin Woodward describes as, ‘The Financial Matrix.’ Orrin describes this in his ‘Guinness’ record breaking book, ‘And Justice For All’, “Basically, the exploiters seek to control the media to deflect the people’s attention from the injustices they are suffering. Instead, by directing their attention to sports and entertainment, stocks and bonds, or contrived political disputes, exploiters keep the people distracted by a drumroll of disinformation and misinformation. The key is to provide them with anything they want except truth. In effect, the people are lulled to sleep by media either supported or owned by the exploiters themselves.”
And the winner is… The Globalist elite! The losers are the people. The latest data from a recent New York Federal Reserve Report reveals: US household debt up $460 Billion last year. The biggest increase in the last ten years. Student loans rose $78 Billion last year. Auto loans rose $93 Billion last year. At $12.58 Trillion, consumer debt is now less than 1% below the peak in the third quarter of the 2008 economic bubble. Home mortgages are ¾ of the total household debt and rose $231 Billion last year. Credit Card balances increased by $46 Billion last year. The average 70 year – old retired worker collected $1,482.40 in monthly Social Security income. In addition to propaganda as a contributing factor in the creation of ‘The Financial Matrix,’ there must be an accompanying dumbing down of the American intelligence. According to a study conducted in late April by the U.S. Department of Education and the National Institute of Literacy, 32 million adults in the U.S. can't read. That's 14 percent of the population. 21 percent of adults in the U.S. read below a 5th grade level, and 19 percent of high school graduates can't read.
And the winner is… Like the Academy Award best movie flub last night, the winner is really not, ‘The Financial Matrix.’ The winner is… Have you heard of ‘The Green Box Revolution’? This is where you join a community that has access to information taught by the top 5 % income earners. Why is that important? It makes it possible to unplug from the system of exploitation called ‘The Financial Matrix,’ by applying ‘The 47 Principles,’ as taught in ‘The Green Box.’ Learn that ‘Financial Fitness,’ is a system to unplug from ‘The Financial Matrix’. The plan is to develop a program of saving, track your spending to get out of debt, and learn about how ‘The Financial Matrix’ operates. Then learn how to create an asset to speed the process. An asset is defined according to the ‘Beyond Financial Fitness’ book as, “Something owned that has value because it either brings positive cash flow to its owner or has the potential to do so in the future.”
Begin to win with what Orrin Woodward writes in the ‘Completely Revised and Updated’ book, ‘The Financial Matrix,’ “Buffett emphasized the importance of reading… that’s how knowledge builds up, like compound interest.” Join a community of people who are willing to share how they were able to break free from financial exploitation and access the information from those who are in the top 5 % wealthiest. Learn information from those with results. Join a community of accountability partners where you’ll hear testimonies, techniques, and right information. By adding a personal development program you’ll make yourself worth more. And, just as importantly, unplug from the media and Hollywood elite, and replace it just like thousands are doing by joining ‘The Green Box Revolution’.
And the winner is… You! You are the most important investment. You invest in yourself because you expect a return. Why not live your dreams? Have the courage to break free. Instead of believing the script the media propaganda machine is providing you with, why not write your own script? Orrin writes, “Once people learn that they are their own greatest asset, they should immerse themselves in financial principles and leadership development and start thinking like billionaires rather than broke people.’ And, by the way, I didn’t waste my time watching the Academy Awards but I did briefly read a twitter comment. Instead, I spent my time reading information that will not only help me but spread the knowledge I’ve learned to help others break free from financial exploitation. God Bless, George Guzzardo