“My goal in writing Rich Dad and Poor Dadas well as the other books in the Rich Dad series, was to answer the question: What did they teach us in school about money? We know the answer: not much. For the most part, the teachings they give us are outdated and do not work. They taught us, for example, to ‘save money’. But why save money if governments are printing millions of fake dollars?
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“After graduating from military school, I flew for the United States Marines in the Vietnam War. I have fought communism most of my life. As Nikita Khrushchev warned us, we now see the principles of Karl Marx’s Communist Manifesto being taught in our schools. The problem is that because many teachers are like my poor dad and lack financial education, they don’t realize that they are teaching Marxist ideas.”.
“ANDn 1997 I wrote Rich Dad Poor Dad. Now, I write Capitalist Manifesto so that we fight against the communist ideals that are taught in our schools, through the teaching of capitalism … in our homes”.
In 2020, the protesters are parents protesting mandatory vaccinations for their children, the wearing of masks, and the teaching of critical race theory, gender identity, and postmodernist education… all of Marxist heritage.”
We were warned. The Capitalist Manifesto is a book of warnings. For example: On capitalism Marx warned: “The last capitalist we will hang will be the one who sold us the rope”.
about educationLenin warned: “Give us the child for eight years and he will be a Bolshevik forever.”
About the electionsStalin warned: “It is not the people who vote that count… It is the people who count the votes.”
About the Federal Reserve Bankl, Lenin warned: “The establishment of a central bank is 90% of the communization of a nation.”
About printing money, taxes and inflationLenin said: “The way to crush the bourgeoisie is to grind them between the millstones of taxes and inflation.
The Capitalist Manifesto is dedicated to our freedoms, especially the Freedom of Truth.
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With you until death- David Gómez Gómez. Stamp Editions B
Making a sale is easy: lower the price, offer an additional benefit or promise an extra service and the customer will accept. It’s been the formula for centuries.
Now the question is: what is the use of selling once, if the client does not repeat and does not recommend us? The proposal of Contigo hasta la muerte is very simple: he learns how to go from the first purchase to the recurrence; how to stop thinking about transactions to think about relationships, and how to turn sporadic customers into fervent promoters of your business.
The way to achieve this is simple: keep your promises and stay under the radar. It’s called generating results and building relationships.
‘Do you take care of yourself today or do you start tomorrow?- Pedro Torres Allen. PanHouse stamp
The importance of adopting healthy habits and how these are fundamental in the different stages of the human being. It is valuable information about food and the correct strategies that must be put into action to have an optimal state of health.
It shows how the human body works, that way you learn to take care of it.
All this, accompanied by his vision as a specialist, and his experiences. It aims to help people learn to identify how the decisions that are made throughout their lives have a positive or negative impact on health.
Administrative Law Course- Younes Moreno Diego. Themis Seal
General notions; basic concepts of state organization; Law 489 of 1998. Basic Statute of the organization and functioning of the public administration; the central sector of public administration; Decentralized entities and special regime bodies; Territorial organization and departmental regime; Municipal and district administrative organization; The capital district of Bogotá; The public function; The administrative act; State contracting; Public services; Police power, function and activity; The responsibility of the state; Controls, on the public administration according to the 1991 constitution.
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Tools for economic measurement and its application in Latin America- Laura Andrea Cristancho. alpha seal
The publication written by Laura Andrea Cristancho, a teacher and researcher at the Grancolombiano Polytechnic explains the main techniques and tools used by national statistical agencies for the economic and social measurement of problems such as poverty, unemployment, price indices and the inflation in the Latin American region.
The publication presents six chapters. It begins with basic concepts of demography and its main effects on the economy, presents social indicators (health, morbidity, education, housing, quality of life, inequality and poverty) that allow analyzing the satisfaction of the basic needs of a society.
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