Many people suggest that we arrest, or execute those responsible for any number of crimes: 9/11, financial crisis of 2007 (and counting), the looming slaughter of major assets (stocks, bonds, real estate et cetera).
I disagree. First, all prosecutorial, judicial, legislative and media offices are dominated by those guilty. So, who would arrest them… or execute them. Further, if we execute them, I would regard it as an act of mercy: it would put them out of their misery too soon… shorten their pain of guilt too quickly. I would rather prolong both as long as possible. I also suggest something that no one else seems willing to even mention: an investigation and recovery of the booty they took.
And then I would add to my list the best revenge of all: personal success: a profitable business, good investments, an honorable character. But success will all be for naught if you don’t have the good health to enjoy it. You won’t get that good health by taking small doses of poison disguised as “medicine”; nor with “food” barely distinguishable from plastic or lubricating oil. I have a better alternative: a health regimen that has REDUCED my biological age by 50 years; I am over 70 and several former pro and college baseball players tell me, effectively, that I have the physical condition of a professional athlete around the age of 20.
Taking care of your health is not enough: you also have to protect your success; for, if you have good health, what’s the advantage if you don’t have means to enjoy it?
Unfortunately we live in a social system that resents achievement and seeks to control and take part of such achievement in the form of taxes, or some other form of robbery. And where they can’t extort a cut from transactions, they seek to destroy them.
This destruction of achievement reaches an apex during times of social stress or breakdown.
You may think that hoarding supplies and moving to a rural area would provide protection for your life and property. A major verdict of history tells us that would be a very big mistake… usually a fatal mistake. (Please read more)