The North American TV Disaster

by Robin J. Elliott on October 28, 2014

Politicians use misdirection and false flags to hide their giant Ponzi scheme and money grab, wars to steal oil and heroin and boost their flailing economy – we all know that. And television and movies are their powerful partners. After all, isn’t that how Putin got into power so fast in the Russia? He learned [...]

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If Wanted to Murder my English Teacher

by Robin J. Elliott on October 24, 2014

If I wanted to murder my South African high school English teacher, I could easily do it by getting her to commit suicide. Of course I would never do that, because I loved my English teacher. She was an alcoholic who stank of cigarette smoke, drank during class from a bottle of brandy she kept [...]

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Gold and Bamboo?

by Robin J. Elliott on October 11, 2014

After you plant a bamboo sprout, nothing happens or 4 or 5 years. You can water and fertilize it, but there is no visible evidence of any growth. Then in the fourth or fifth year, everything changes. Within six weeks, the Chinese bamboo tree grows to a staggering ninety feet tall – up to three [...]

Decisions Determine Destiny

by Robin J. Elliott on October 4, 2014

She sets goals to get fit and lose weight, but she won’t stop smoking. He decides to make money in his business but he refuses to run it on a full time basis, even when he can afford to do so. She claims to be a Christian, but she tradespeople, restaurant servers, and beggars like [...]

Numbers Don’t Lie

by Robin J. Elliott on September 26, 2014

If you’re tired of believing everything the Western Media tells you, look at this: First, let’s put apartheid as a system into perspective. Do we know how many blacks were killed under apartheid? We do, and the source is none other than the Human Right Commission submitted as evidence to the Truth and Reconciliation Commission [...]

Self Employment Redefined

by Robin J. Elliott on September 21, 2014

Many people believe self employment equates to entrepreneurism equates to running a business that costs hundreds of thousands of dollars. This leads to the collectivist excuses that “it’s not for everybody” or “you need special skills” or “you need to go to school for that” or “you need to be smart” or rich or young [...]

Do You Have Too Little Stress?

by Robin J. Elliott on September 15, 2014

A man bought a truck in the fall and used it to haul firewood. One evening it started snowing heavily, and the truck’s wheels were spinning and he couldn’t more an inch. It was getting dark and the temperature was dropping. Instead of sitting in the truck feeling sorry for himself, he got out and [...]

A Little Humour from John Cleese

by Robin J. Elliott on September 9, 2014

  ALERTS TO THREATS IN 2013 EUROPE From JOHN CLEESE The English are feeling the pinch in relation to recent events in Syria and have therefore raised their security level from “Miffed” to “Peeved.” Soon, though, security levels may be raised yet again to “Irritated” or even “A Bit Cross.” The English have not been [...]

I’m Not Ready Yet / When I’m Ready

by Robin J. Elliott on September 5, 2014

Napoleon Hill said more men were destroyed and futures lost through illicit sex. I think the “I’m not ready yet” response to life’s challenges, opportunities, and solutions runs a very close second. Ayn Rand put it this way: “I can accept anything, except what seems to be the easiest for most people: the half-way, the [...]

Pride Comes Before the Fall

by Robin J. Elliott on August 25, 2014

Confidence is not arrogance. So when Rush Limbaugh, for whom I actually have a lot of respect, calls the American Health Care System “The greatest healthcare system in the world,” he joins those who have no problem calling every police force in America “the greatest police force in the world” – confidence turned into extreme [...]