The Increasing Inability to Separate and Evaluate


I talked with someone who decided to dismiss everything that Ayn Rand ever wrote and her entire philosophy simply because she was an atheist. I was appalled at the time, however now I see this is common in our dumbed down society. He doesn’t mind driving a Japanese car, which was probably manufactured by atheists. and don’t ask the average Christian about atheists – they tend to assume atheists are immoral murderers who have never and never will contribute anything to society – simply because they’re atheists.

Most people in our society find it hard to view people and groups of people accurately. For example, a fellow said to me that he works with Muslims and they’re great people, so there’s no harm in Trudeau importing them en masse to Canada under the fictional banner of “refugee.” This uninformed character is unaware that, according to the Toronto Star, 62% of Muslims in Canada wanted some form of Shariah law in Canada, 15% of them saying it should be mandatory for all Muslims. In addition, he probably has no idea what the implications of Sharia Law are for Christians, one of which he professes to be.

The conditioned responses of many are disconcerting. The man who told me, when I was involved in Karatbars, a multi-level business that sold gold, that it was “just another online scheme,” nearly fell over when I told him how much money I had legitimately and legally earned in that business. (I am no longer involved.)

Context is important, too. “Not all prison inmates are bad,” is the mindless comment of the average brainwashed Canadian, and any fool knows that. However, the context of an argument is seldom taken into consideration when an ignoramus automatically delivers one of his pre-packaged, pavlovian responses. One ingrate refused to read this article because Nietzsche was an atheist – he missed the context entirely. Sadly, most people have never heard of Operant Conditioning – they probably assume it’s something women put on their hair.

Especially if you’re trying to justify your own bad choices. Try this: to get the most virulent responses on Facebook, just criticize marijuana or cigarette smoking. The smokers (18% of British Columbians) will scream that their uncle smoked until he died at 85, neglecting all medical, scientific, and financial evidence to protect themselves to admitting to their foul, expensive, intrusive addiction.  The potheads (30% of British Columbians) will loudly proclaim the “benefits” of the weed, ignoring mounting evidence of psychosis, schizophrenia, and more among young people who consume the stuff, plus mounting car and work accidents that are a direct result of their intoxication.

When one realizes how few people read books, especially good books, how we resist change, how brainwashed they are by the media, Hollywood and so-called “celebrities,” and the pervasive cultural Marxism in our North American society, the above is quite understandable, if not disturbing.

We need to learn to separate, objectively evaluate, and properly research things before succumbing mindlessly to our political master’s voices. And Christians need a serious wake-up call when it comes to their conditioning: politically correct Christian in nothing more than a weak, compromised back-slider.

Robin Elliott

Are YOU One of Nietzsche’s Last Men?

There is no wonder in my mind why Muslims are fast taking over the western world. The Last Men are laying down their rights, their civilization, and their swords, and actually welcoming their own demise. Hitler so distorted the concepts of the Übermensch and eugenics and the church has worked so hard to distort and pervert the teachings of Christ and the ideal Christian, turning our men into subservient, uncomplaining, compliant, weak, self-hating, politically “correct” sheep that the result is the Last Men.

The last man is a term used by Nietzsche in Thus Spoke Zarathustra. The last man is tired of life, takes no risks, and seeks only comfort and security. Nietzsche believes that the last man is the goal that Western civilization has set for itself. The lives of the last men are pacifist and comfortable. There is no longer a distinction between ruler and ruled, strong over weak, or supreme over the mediocre. Social conflict and challenges are minimized. Every individual lives equally and in superficial harmony. There are no original or flourishing social trends and ideas. Individuality and creativity are suppressed. Newthink flourishes. The herd bows down. The videos below describes it perfectly.

Orwell’s “1984” and then Ayn Rand’s “Atlas Shrugged” warned people to heed Nietzsche, and a few strong Christian leaders have urged Christians to stand up and be counted, to protect the family and Christ’s message, but cultural Marxism and powerful politicians have foisted egalitarianism on the western world and worked hard to dumb the public down and beat them into submission – an easy target for the savages who laugh at our weakness and our effeminate, immoral man-children, and invade and destroy us at will. Rand’s “The Fountainhead” explained the Ubermensch, and the ultimate Ubermensch is Christ, our role model.

It is time to fight back. It’s not too late to protect our beleaguered, drugged, brainwashed civilization and to rise and regain our rightful place.

Robin Elliott

Birds Don’t Learn How to Fly By Watching Squirrels


Are you taking business advice and guidance from a “financial planner” who doesn’t have any money or any employee who tells you how to run or start a business? Are you making a decision about a business opportunity based on what an accountant, a banker, your child, or a lawyer tell you? And one who has failed miserably in the only business venture he ever started (or all of them) is not qualified to mentor you in any entrepreneurial venture.

Yet most of the people who consider getting into their own business in one form or another take advice from the wrong people. These advisors may mean well, and they may think they are qualified. Though the cook may think he can run the restaurant or hotel better than the owners and managers, their opinions are only based on ego and hearsay, and therefore invalid. I had that experience what I was a Food and Beverage Manager

I had that experience what I was a Food and Beverage Manager at a Holiday Inn. A cook who I reprimanded told me that he could do my job just as well as I could. So I took his apron and handed him my jacket, and asked him to go ahead and do the bar stock take, evaluate our budgetary situation, work with my controller and interview the new restaurant manager while I  prepared the breakfast. It took him about five minutes to sheepishly ask for his apron back.

For example, I see people taking business advice from their university student parrots – sorry, kids – and missing out on tremendous opportunities. Unless that kid has actually built or run at least one business, it’s like a bird that asks a squirrel how to fly.

And when it comes to elderly people who are interested in making money as entrepreneurs,  be aware that many younger people consider us dozy old sods who are “too old” to start a business – perhaps they’re really afraid of losing their inheritance. Disregard their baseless and ill-founded guidance. Remember, with age comes experience, poise, wisdom, and skills that younger people don’t have and cannot understand or appreciate.

Naturally, one will want to check things out – this “gifting” program that has once again raised its poisonous head in British Columbia, for example, has a long history as a known scam that always ends badly. At some point, the organizers will pull the carpet out from under the feet of the latest “investors” and those who have greedily put in more and more money, and a lot of people will lose their proverbial shirts. There are many scams being offered to the desperate, less intelligent, and vulnerable.

So, if you’re being approached by real entrepreneurs who have a long, provable history of business success and preferably those somewhat advanced in age and not riding on the arrogance bus of youth, be careful who shoots their offers down and discourages you from going ahead. In many cases, there is a combination of ulterior motive and inexperience, wrapped passive aggressive jealousy involved.

Robin Elliott

Why We Resist Change – Often at Great Cost


Baboons are often referred to as “opportunistic eaters,” and, since they are fond of crops, they are destructive pests to many African farmers. They will eat fruit, seeds, grasses, bark, roots, but and meat. They eat birds, rodents, and even the young of larger mammals, such as buck and sheep. In South Africa, in order to catch and shoot the baboons that plunder and devastate their crops, farmers use a simple method.

They make a hole in a big pumpkin, which they fasten to a peg in the ground. Then they hollow out most of the pumpkin, but leave a handful of tasty seeds in it. The hole is just big enough for the baboon to get his hand through, but once he grabs a handful of the seeds, he can’t get his fist out of the hole, so he traps himself. Even when he sees the farmer advancing upon him with a shotgun, the baboon refuses to release the seeds and is shot.

Dave Wilkenson writes about Raynald III, a fourteenth-century duke in what is now Belgium. He was grossly overweight:

“After a violent quarrel, his brother Edward led a successful revolt against him. Edward captured Raynald but did not kill him. Instead, he built a room around Raynald in a castle and promised him he could regain his title and property as soon as he was able to leave the room.

This would not have been difficult for most people since the room had several windows and a door of near-normal size, and none was locked or barred. The problem was Raynald’s size. To regain his freedom, he needed to lose weight. But Edward knew his older brother, and each day he sent a variety of delicious foods. Instead of dieting his way out of prison, Raynald grew fatter.

When Duke Edward was accused of cruelty, he had a ready answer: ‘My brother is not a prisoner. He may leave when he so wills.’ Raynald stayed in that room for ten years and wasn’t released until after Edward died in battle. By then his health was so ruined he died within a year … a prisoner of his own appetite.”

People are a lot like this. We abhor change. “Better the devil you know…” And the average person will easily succumb to his lower instincts, which make him easy prey for the advertisers, for example, who will sell him stuff he doesn’t need and can’t afford. The obese get fatter and suffer hip and knee problems, diabetes, and worse. Most of those stuck in jobs never break free of the debt cycle and cannot retire. Many of us are brainwashed and/or live in denial; think about the Jews when they had a chance to escape the Nazis in Germany and those who welcome Muslim “refugees” into their countries.

It takes strength of character, open-mindedness, courage, determination, and intelligence to break free of our bad habits, ideological chains, and destructive beliefs. We need to acknowledge it when things are not working, and to break free. So the next time you are offered advice, a new opportunity, or insight, put your ego on hold and try to view it objectively and calmly before rejecting something that could radically change your life for the better. Flexibility is what allows palm trees to sway in strong winds and survive and thrive.

Someone wrote, “The future belongs to those who can imagine it, design it, and execute it. It isn’t something you await, but rather create.”

Robin Elliott IPS Safety Inc.

The Most Powerful “Free” Incentive Available


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Robin Elliott


Reading This Could Mean a Lot to You

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I know what you’re going to earn next year – it’s the same as you made last year, if not less. Unless you’re willing to do something about it… They say the average person has two shots at real wealth in their lifetime. This could be your first, or it could be your last.

You know you can’t rely on your job, real estate, or the stock market. That’s why 90% of society no longer has a real backup plan, and many are just a few paychecks away from living in their cars. If you’re tired of the rat race, tired of worrying about the cost of living, debt, and your financial future, and you’re willing to do something about it, I have really good news for you.

Timing is everything, and there is an opportunity to get in while most others are still sleeping. Oh, you’ve heard that before? How many times have you been showed how to make serious money and build real wealth by giving away things that cost you 18 cents? This is truly a unique situation.

There is a company that is poised for hypergrowth, which only happens once in the lifecycle of a company. This is where you make ten to twenty times your income in a period of three to five years. And in addition to that, they created the Legacy Tree, a proven and reliable “pension fund” that you can secure a position in ahead of the rest of the growth in the US, 98% of the growth in Canada, and all the other countries that will open, right now. But if you snooze, you will lose.

That is why top industry leaders are joining GoodLife in droves.

We don’t do shakes, health foods, diet stuff, or pills. It’s easy and fast enough that you don’t need to talk with your friends and family or embarrass yourself – unless you hate giving away free things and having others give them away for you. And when you marry it with our company, IPS Safety Inc., you have a winning formula! Call me if you need more information.

Robin Elliott

Time to Turn Things Around


“But while he slept, his enemy came and sowed tares among the wheat, and went his way.”

The tares referred to in the above passage from Matthew are a variety of Old World darnel, which is poisonous. Did you know that virtually all grains are indistinguishable from tares when they send up the first blade from the soil? And by the time they do become distinguishable, the tares are so well rooted that uprooting them would mean uprooting the productive, good grain next to them! By harvest time, the pernicious tares are long and black compared to the wheat.

Western Civilization is bedeviled with pathological altruism masquerading as kindness, subjective morality dressed up as tolerance, and eugenic suicide under the satanic banner of BLM/multiculturalism. Cultural Marxism is alive and well and encouraging perversion and the creation of androgynous males and manly women in the West.

When we compromise our values to be “politically Correct,” acceptable, popular, or safe, we invite our own destruction. From Wikipedia: Appeasement in a political context is a diplomatic policy of making political or material concessions to an enemy power in order to avoid conflict. The term is most often applied to the foreign policy of the British Prime Ministers Ramsay Macdonald, Stanley Baldwin and Neville Chamberlain towards Nazi Germany and Hitler. And we all know how that turned out: millions died. If you want to know who the bully and threat is in your society, simply ask whom you may not criticize.

Our latest examples of weak, corrupt leaders bent on destroying western civilization are Obama and Trudeau, the latter actually actively encouraging thousands of illegals – tares of the worst possible kind – as they stream across our borders to infect and invade our country under the laughable banner of “refugees, ” while all genuine refugees are refused entry if they are white and Christian. Those who scream “racist!” the loudest are the world’s worst racists, confronted as they are by their obvious inferiority.

The context of the above scripture is the church, however we see this pervasive lowering of our Christian standards and watering down of our values in our families and businesses as well, from the collectivist and perverted Facebook “friends” we endure instead of blocking, because we wish to avoid “offending” or “triggering” them, to the people we choose to do business with, to appeasing our bosses at work, to those we associate with socially.

Let me be clear: weakness in the face of moral challenges will exact a terrible toll in the medium and long term, a fact to which many an addict will attest. There are awful, escalating consequences to bad choices. He who sells his soul for a bowl of soup will find that the one who bought his soul will destroy him.

The cancerous occurrence of the Trojan Horse of “refugees,” illegal “immigrants,” sexual perversion slithering under the moldy blanket of acceptance and enlightenment, and the “asylum seekers” who breed like rabbits and then take over must be stopped – and soon. In some instances and areas, it is already too late. It is time for those who built our modern, decent, civilized world to fight fire with fire.

Matt 13:30 “First collect the weeds and tie them in bundles to be burned; then gather the wheat and bring it into my barn.”

Robin Elliott

You Can Accomplish Great Things with the Right System


Many of us feel guilty when we see animals in cages, or fish in aquariums and in bowls. We pity them. They deserve freedom. And many of us have ourselves chosen to live in cages called jobs. We feel like bonsai trees whose roots are constantly cut and trimmed so we can never grow in the giant sequoias we were meant to be.

The Koi carp (see image above) weigh up to 8kg and up to one meter in length when set free in a natural expanse of water. That is the size it was meant to grow to, instead of having it’s growth and mind stunted in a fishbowl or aquarium. Domestic goldfish, also known as Carassius aruatus, have the ability to grow as big as the resources around them.

Many of us have had stunted growth, simply because we haven’t had the resources or the systems to reach our full potential. Some ancient Japanese bound the feet of their women because they felt small feet were beautiful, and they broke the bones and created cripples in the process.

Like the great magician, Houdini, who assured his audience that he would escape from a locked prison cell: he had a lockpick hidden in his clothes, and try as he might, he could not get the door unlocked. Eventually, out of time and exhausted, he leaned dejectedly against the door – only to have it swing wide open! You see, he couldn’t get the lock open because it was never locked! You may indeed feel that you are locked into your dismal financial state

You may indeed feel that you are locked into your dismal financial state, that you know you are on track to running out of money in your old age, and you are giving up hope of ever being financially free. Well, I have good news for you: The door out of desperation into a comfortable future is not locked!

When you have the right environment, encouragement, guidance, resources and systems, you can make all your financial dreams come true. And that is exactly what we have created for you in IPS Safety Inc. and its powerful incentive program. We have designed it so that anyone in North America can afford to participate at the level they choose and succeed to the degree that they aspire to, and it is working.

Contact me for more information.

Robin Elliott




Ignorance is Seldom Bliss: What we Don’t Know can Hurt and Limit Us


Science has taught us that there is much that we cannot see or hear without special devices – ultraviolet light, radio and TV signals, certain pitches of sound, and more. There are planets we can’t see without telescopes,  and there are mountains of information that we are not aware of, skills we don’t have. Any Google search reveals the limit of our capacities, and at the same time, how easy it is to acquire information.

The average person uses his lack of knowledge and skills as an excuse and a limitation: “I can’t afford it, I don’t know how to do it, I can’t do it, I can’t understand it, I didn’t know.” And then they walk away from countless opportunities. “I didn’t know” and the old, “I made a mistake” are common excuses. Yet some do this daily. 

Henry Ford did something that made him extremely wealthy: he used experts instead of trying to know and do it all himself. He leveraged the minds and skills of others to achieve his dreams. When he wanted to develop the V8 engine, his engineers told him it was impossible to create a single casting V-8 engine in a car at a price that the general public could afford. Ford refused to accept this, and, guess what, they collaborated and persisted, and they found a way to do it.

For thirty years in business, and before that in hotel and restaurant management and sales, I have specialized in the use of Leverage and Collaboration. I have taught business owners around the world to tap into this magical and amazing combination. Together, we can do amazing things, as long as everyone wins, and all benefit directly from their efforts and input.

What I don’t have, someone else does. What I can’t do, someone else can. What I don’t know, someone else does. I just have to give them a good reason to share those resources with me. We have not because we ask not. Ignorance is no longer necessary in today’s world.

“Doesn’t check the scale, doesn’t check the bank balance, pretends everything is fine – heading for a crash. Asking for advice, learning from others, aware, collaborating – headed for the cash.” – Robin Elliott

So when my business partner and I developed IPS Safety Inc. and married it with our sales incentive program, we created a winning formula that anyone can use to create real, sustainable wealth. It is all based on Leverage and Collaboration. We show people how they can become IPS Safety Distributors with no money and no risk if need be, as well.

Talk with me and let’s see how you can forever change your financial future.

Robin Elliott

Struggling Master or Comfortable Slave?


Entrepreneurs know why they prefer to be struggling Masters, rather than comfortable slaves. We know the passion and excitement of building a life, instead of merely surviving to serve a master whom we secretly despise.

We choose to do now what others won’t so that we can live like others can’t in the future. We believe in our vision, our mission, ourselves, our partners, our God. We create wealth and ease, employment for many, security for our families. We enjoy self-respect, and we are prepared to endure the hard times, the insecurity, the fear and the long hours, in order not to compromise our values and beliefs.

Genesis 25:29 Once when Jacob was cooking some stew, Esau came in from the open country, famished. 30 He said to Jacob, ‘Quick, let me have some of that red stew! I’m famished!’ 31 Jacob replied, ‘First sell me your birthright.’ 32 ‘Look, I am about to die,’ Esau said. ‘What good is the birthright to me?’ 33 But Jacob said, ‘Swear to me first.’ So he swore an oath to him, selling his birthright to Jacob. 34 Then Jacob gave Esau some bread and some lentil stew. He ate and drank, and then got up and left. So Esau despised his birthright.

We appreciate and honour the dream that we have. We treasure and courageously protect it. We work hard, persistently, diligently, and faithfully to achieve our objectives. We don’t sell out to escape responsibility and make a quick buck. We are very selective whom we choose to work with and whom we spend our time with. We despise half measures and we won’t drop our standards to conform to the world around us. We do not procrastinate or make excuses. Our word is our bond.

And, in time, the fruits of our work become evident to all; the naysayers and mockers and haters are shamed. Our families and loved ones are rewarded for their patience and loyalty. Our generosity if apparent to all, and we are a shining example of integrity and commitment.

The heights by great men reached and kept

Were not attained by sudden flight,

But they, while their companions slept

Were toiling upward in the night.

Robin Elliott