Like it or not, the elite in the world have an agenda to get people like yourself hooked on credit.
They want to see the masses borrowing and borrowing more, thinking the economy is doing great and happy to buy at higher and higher prices.
Common sense should tell you that going deeper and deeper into debt, especially on consumer goods, is something to be very careful about.
Watch this video, filmed at the Platinum Mastermind in Costa Rica, to hear Nik Halik explain the danger of this kind of thinking.
HEAVILY ENTRENCHED IN DEBT
What happens when the masses are heavily entrenched in debt, after several years of being conditioned to buy on credit?
For the answer, you only have to look back to the United States in 2008. The banks cut off the supply to credit and they stopped the lending process, because they had lost confidence in borrowers’ ability to pay it back.
The borrowing had become too speculative and based on greed.
THE CYCLE CONTINUES
What happened in 2008 was no accident. Elite companies and policy makers design the economy such that the masses take on too much debt. It’s what capitalism is designed to do.
Why? Because when people are in debt, they are easier to control. They live in fear of losing their job, their house, their possessions. Hence, more money is transferred to those in control.
This happens in a cycle. When the popular perception is that the economy is doing well, there is greed and speculation. People take on too much debt.
Then, when the crash happens, this is followed by years of fear and being controlled. Eventually, new money is printed, followed by hope and then back to greed again.
Human emotions and psychology are predictable. They’ve been this way for a long time and will continue to be.
Avoiding this cycle of control is simple. Be wary of credit, and be the one to anticipate the next human emotion. Those who think several steps ahead, rather than letting others tell them what to think, are those who make the money.