Why Some Western Governments Don’t Take Care of Seniors

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Oprah Winfrey revealed, “There are generations of OLDER PEOPLE who were born and bred and marinated in it – in that prejudice and racism – AND THEY JUST HAVE TO DIE.” And now there is talk that she may seek to be elected as the next US President!

Justin Trudeau said, “OLD STOCK WHITE CANADIANS are an UNPLEASANT RELIC, and quite frankly, replaceable. And WE WILL REPLACE THEM.”

Mature, educated, experienced Senior Citizens are a threat to governments that wish to dramatically alter and invert the norms and values, work ethic, and traditions of our civilized society into one that they can easily control, so it stands to reason that they wish to replace us with a more mentally malleable, government dependent group of people, whom they are enthusiastically importing under the guise of “refugees,” illegal immigrants, and the like.

Withdraw and diminish welfare and pensions to them, increase taxes and the costs of medication, swamp the hospitals with “refugees,” and illegals, make housing and nursing homes more inaccessible, and attack our Christianity, and we will die off sooner, opening the door to more 1984-type government control and exploitation.

Many Western governments are in a war against Seniors and their actions and words reveal it.

The Encyclopedia of World Problems and Human Potential reveals, when discussing the subject of the “Dump Granny” and “Inert Deserted Parents,” that “there is an increasing frequency of dependent elderly people being left at hospitals, day centres and nursing homes by relatives unwilling or unable to attend to their needs. Elderly people with financial means and their mental faculties intact usually have better choice and stability about their situation. The abandoned poor, infirm or senile may spend their last days as transients moved from one overcrowded government facility to another.

Robin Elliott

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If You’re as Broke as a Tooth Fairy in a House Full of Meth Heads…

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If you’re as broke as a tooth fairy in a house full of meth heads, but you’re reading this, it means you have access to the Internet, probably social media. And possibly, you haven’t always been broke. You have two choices: Stay broke or do something smart to change your situation.

Nobody ever wrote down a plan to stay broke. That happens when you don’t have a plan to make money again. And I have a plan for you if you want it.

If you would like me to start sending you money, and it doesn’t cost you a dime, and you’re serious about it, we should talk. This is not a job, it’s not Network Marketing or stuffing envelopes or any such gimmick. Remember, there’s no cost to you – just work. And this is no minimum wage junk; that’s for people who want to stay broke. It’s not too late for you to turn things around.

Being broke can be temporary; you can change it like you change your mind. All you need is a recipe for change, someone to show you how, and the willingness to work to make it happen. There’s no catch here – there no cost to you.

Yes, I pay for results. You don’t have to sell anything or recruit anyone or even leave your home. And as long as you’re over 45, I don’t care how old you are or where you live or what your circumstances are. Contact me via our website, IPSsafety.com for more information, and I’ll tell you if you qualify.

Robin Elliott

What Carries Your Through?

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When troubles mount and hope dissipates, when darkness falls and the night fills with sadness, and what is lost and the specter of fear looms, what carries you through? What purpose makes you fight on? What is your “WHY?” What keeps your dreams alive? “Why do I bother? Why am I paying this price?”

When you’re tempted to provide a stock answer, dig deeper. You want money? Why? To accomplish what with that money? What is the underlying purpose? Health? So that you can do what? Why do you want to do that? And if it’s tied to a person, what if that person was no longer around? Are you sacrificing yourself instead of traveling towards a mutually beneficial outcome? One old, standard response is “to leave a legacy.” Really? for whom? Do you think they really care? Is it worth it? And are they reciprocating or using you?

If you had millions of dollars, would you still be doing what you’re doing? If you were alone on this earth, would your goals still be applicable?

The objective, well thought out answers to these questions are important to long-term success, to inner strength. Identifying the real, logical reason for your aspirations, the core motive driving your ambition, is foundational to your ultimate success. Which brings us to the next level:

What is your alternative? What else could you do? How else could you accomplish this aim? What could you substitute for your present direction? An evolving, maturing person will naturally review his objectives, the intent behind those objectives, whether or not they are still desirable or even applicable, and his other options, instead of blindly stumbling forward across the obstacles with bleeding feet and decreased energy and hope.

After a careful, detached evaluation, which should occur regularly, one will be rejuvenated on one’s journey, be it on the same course or on a new one to a new target. It takes courage to sum things up, to look at the ledger of life, to face perhaps uncomfortable facts and evaluate the cost against the intended outcome, and most of all, to change course, to discard a previous passion.

This is because of two traps: the Sunk Cost Fallacy; “I have spent so much time and money on this, and publicly committed to it – how can I walk away from it now and save face?” – and the fear of the opinions of other people. First, better to change now and live a fulfilled, rejuvenated life, and second, to realize that what others – no matter who – think doesn’t matter. As you get older, this becomes glaringly apparent.

Take an hour or two in a quiet place, ideally in nature, to reconsider what carries you though, if the journey is still worth it, and what your alternatives are. You can only gain from this simple, yet valuable exercise.

Robin Elliott

P.S. Read The Fountainhead by Ayn Rand.

Why Many Business Owners are Refusing to Hire Millenials

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Business owners like to hire people who are hardworking, disciplined, innovative, respectful, and persevering. They like employees who are responsible, patient, and loyal, and who will stay with them for the long run. And they especially like employees who are reliable and good at interpersonal communication skills and presentation skills.

An increasing amount of evidence is piling up that describes the Millenials – those born between the early 80’s and the late 90’s – as people smart business owners will probably do well to avoid, depending, of course, on the job. Here are a few reasons why:

Pawternity leave is really a thing. The Wall Street Journal explains:  “As Americans increasingly treat their pets like furry children, employers are responding by extending family benefits to pets. The trend is especially strong in New York City, where the closest many come to having a child is buying a schnauzer. We offer maternity and paternity leave, and a pet is another member of the family. We don’t discriminate just because they aren’t human,’ says Laurel Peppino, head of talent acquisition at mParticle.”

Fully 30% of Millenials live with their parents. If you’re looking for a mature, responsible, disciplined employee, you probably want to avoid a parasite or someone who plays the victim. “Failure to launch,” “immature,” and “Peter Pan Syndrome” springs to mind – an indefinite adolescence where men want to remain boys forever.

In 2008, author Ron Alsop called the Millennials “Trophy Kids,” a term that reflects a trend in competitive sports, as well as many other aspects of life, where mere participation is frequently enough for a reward. It has been reported that this is an issue in corporate environments. Some employers are concerned that Millennials have too great expectations from the workplace. Some studies predict they will switch jobs frequently, holding many more jobs than Gen Xers due to their great expectations.

A 2013 Pew Research Poll found that 84% of Millennials, born since 1980, who were at that time between the ages of 18 and 32, favored legalizing the use of marijuana.

Only 1 in 4 Millennials Demonstrate ‘Basic Financial Literacy,’ According to George Washington University Poll

People who spend most of their time staring at their phones and computer screens and communicating by text are seldom good at presentation skills or interpersonal communication. In fact, many Millennials are addicted to their mobile phones.

Most Millennials have never learned about playground justice, the value of losing, or that fairness is a myth. And they have an entitlement mentality with inflated opinions of themselves that simply doesn’t work in the workplace.

Finally, a new YouGov study commissioned by the Victims of Communism Memorial Foundation, an anti-communist organization, found that 44 percent of millennials would prefer to live in a socialist country, with another 7 percent saying the same about communism.

There are many more reasons why this generation is often a bad hiring bet. So what is the solution? What is the alternative?

There is a cheaper, better, more readily available alternative to Millenials in the workplace – again, depending on the kind of work – and that is Seniors and Veterans. If you want employees that bring with them a host of skills, contacts, and experience and are reliable, patient, steady, grateful for the job, mature, great communicators, disciplined, and hardworking, consider hiring #Seniors and #Veterans.

Robin Elliott  IPS Safety Inc.

P.S. Still not convinced? An article in the New York Times outlines how the crunchy breakfast staple has declined in sales recently- from $13.9 billion in 2000 to about $10 billion in the last year. And it seems as though the biggest culprit for this shift is millennials. Apparently, cleaning the bowl and spoon afterwards is a deal breaker. Almost 40 percent of Millennials surveyed by market research firm Mintel for its 2015 report said cereal was an inconvenient breakfast choice because it involved doing dishes afterwards.

You Already Have Enough to Start a Real Business

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A 25-pack of cigarettes costs around $12 in Canada. A fancy Starbucks? around $4.50. The average price of a beer in Canada is $7. A meal for one in an inexpensive restaurant is $15. A movie ticket is around $13. Add popcorn – another $6.50. So you go out – alone – and buy a pack of cigarettes, and on the way there you stop at Starbucks.

After the movie, you pop into an ABC for a spot to eat and you have a beer with your meal. Total cost: around $51.50. Big deal. But how do these regular little things that add up? 

A pack of cigarettes plus just one Starbucks every day = $6,022 per year. Add a meal with two beers twice a week = $3,016 per year. Add a movie ticket and popcorn every two weeks = $507 per year, and you’re looking at a total yearly cost of $9,545.

Of course, not everyone smokes, but then some drink more or more exotic drinks, some drink more coffee than one a day, many buy meals and snacks daily, some buy hockey tickets, and so on. Few keep a record of what they’re spending, but most would be shocked at how much they’re wasting on unnecessary things while complaining that they don’t have enough money. 

Now your money can either be your master or your slave. It’s your choice. You can make your money work for you. Did you know that pedicab drivers in New York charge a dollar a minute? That’s $60 per hour for pedaling people around instead of paying a health club to go “spinning.” A five to ten block pedicab ride in Vancouver sells for $20 plus a tip. That’s at least $40 per hour. And you get fit into the bargain. In London, England, one pays more to ride in a Pedicab than in a taxi! Every town can use a few pedicabs.

Now, if you’re a real entrepreneur, you will pay others to pedal and you’ll also sell advertising on the backs and sides of the pedicabs. And you can purchase a great Pedicab for around CD$5,000 plus shipping!

There are numerous applications and uses for these trikes/rickshaws, including renting them out for $500 per week, conventions, promotions, tour companies – the list is endless – a fun, safe, environmentally friendly way to get around. For that low price, you can start with one or two and get them on a credit card – pay the card off as you sell your services. And cut out all that waste we mentioned earlier. Let’s talk about your options.

Robin Elliott  IPS Safety Inc.

Is It What You Think It Is?

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“Dear Sinclair, I find your note on my return from Europe. As always, you are right! Save in matters of politics, sociology, religion, literature, economics, and the exact sciences.”

Thus wrote Mencken to socialist Upton Sinclair, author of the Jungle.

Age, experience, intellect, and emotional maturity bring clarity and balance to emotionally charged concepts like capitalism and socialism, as in the case of George Orwell, who started out as a fervent socialist. A look at the catastrophes of present-day socialist Venezuela or North Korea should be sufficient for fervent socialists to reconsider their stand. The evidence of history and Brave New World, Atlas Shrugged, and 1984 are happening all about us, yet the immature, unevolved, and brainwashed persist in supporting socialist political parties like the NDP, Democrats, and Liberals.

Many well-meaning endeavours and causes, motives and movements, start out well before being distorted, either by desperate subjective issues or by someone with an ulterior agenda, usually money or control.

Many socialists started out by caring for people in a difficult position. A lot of legalistic, salvation-by-works pundits misunderstand the scripture in James, “Faith without works is dead,” without the balance of the truth of “for we maintain that a man is justified by faith apart from works of the Law” in Romans. Christian faith is a progression of maturity, a personal evolution – saved by grace, and then the working out of our faith in voluntary expressions of love, not the ever-present, silent specter the of the legalist’s carrots of the sticks – blessings or curses.

Many forms of Buddhism have also been perverted from the Buddha’s teachings. The denial of genetic racial differences will be exposed by reviewing the countries and neighbourhoods run by different races and the understanding of the bell curve measurement.

Finally, I knew a devout Christian who refused to complete his reading of Ayn Rand’s writings because he disagreed with her personal sexual choices. He dismissed the entire spectrum of the author’s valuable teachings on capitalism, personal responsibility, and objectivism because of her sexual choices. Context and focus are important. Separate the issues. And don’t let one stain blemish the entire story; don’t allow one spelling mistake to render the entire book meaningless.

The solution for truth seekers, in my opinion, is fourfold:

  1. Research the source.
  2. Research the agenda or motive of those propagating the belief and follow the money.
  3. Research history; the story of the tulip bulb bubble and many others will reveal the dangers of the easy money scams.
  4. “By your fruits, you will be known” – research the results of the belief in action.

Robin Elliott

 

Facts Reveal Marxist TV Brainwashing in Canada

 

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According to Statistics Canada, only 4.6% of married and common-law couples in Canada are in mixed unions. So why are 50% of couples in Canadian TV adverts of mixed race?

According to Statistics Canada, blacks represent only 3.5% of the Canadian population. So why are 50% of the people in Canadian television adverts black?

This list of 166 spectacular presidential accomplishments by Donald Trump in a mere 333 days is based on verifiable facts. Any objective, intelligent person reading this list would agree that Trump has been an excellent President so far. So why is Canadian television lambasting him, smirking at him, and following the Democratic US lapdog media in lockstep?

“Hate speech” only refers to people who reveal and mention the crimes, violence, bad behaviour, and corruption of the LGBT community, blacks, and Muslims in Canada. On the other hand, the LGBT community, blacks, and Muslims can say and do pretty much whatever they like. And usually, crimes by members of these groups are only mentioned on Canadian TV when they cannot be swept under the rug and avoided.

Christians, white people, especially white males, and traditional Canadian holidays, names, and morals are the targets of Canadian TV, and so-called “refugees,” even those who simply walk across our borders with no other justification than their claim that Trump is “persecuting” them are untouchable. To know who is bullying you, simply ask whom you may not criticize.

Canadians are slowly but surely becoming sick and tired of this immoral, unfair onslaught on our values and future. Our Seniors are being pushed aside in the medical services in order to accommodate the “refugees,” who are instantly given more money than Canadians who have lived here and contributed all their lives.

Canadian television is social engineering at its best, the implementation of a Brave New World scenario in the True North. Are we still so strong and free?

Robin Elliott

Ladies: Are You Married to a Child?

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“When I was a child, I talked like a child, I thought like a child, I reasoned like a child. When I became a man, I put the ways of childhood behind me.” 1Corithians 13:11

When your worldview doesn’t change with age and experience, when there is no evidence of personal evolution, when your philosophy and value system doesn’t mature and advance, you’re a child that hasn’t grown up.

Naturally, when you’ve been babied by your parents and you’re a timid and reticent adventurer, one can’t expect much development, but the natural physical and mental growth that comes with age, the exposure to new people of your own age, and even a nominal amount of new experiences must of necessity afford at least some growth.

Yet we see all around us the Peter Pan complex, adult men acting like schoolboys, girlish and immature, demanding, selfish, and pouting, displaying a feeling of righteous entitlement that would have landed them in an asylum or at least earned them a solid beating by real men a few decades ago. These puerile parasites live off their aging parents, wives, or live-in lovers, playing video games, taking selfies, and attending Comic Cons, all the while feeling not a jot of remorse or well-deserved embarrassment.

The worst are the “stay-at-home-dads” and the minimum wage earning sloths who always have advice for everyone, consider themselves experts in most fields, and are indignant that they can’t afford to live in the most expensive neighbourhoods. In a hospital waiting room, I witnessed one asking his fellow patients for a bottle of water “because there wasn’t a glass in the restroom.” Has he never thought of using his hand under a tap to drink water?

These 43-year-old men of stunted development and low IQ need constant coddling and spend their time whining and complaining.

The sad reality is that they get worse with age. They decline rapidly, and the obese among them (lack of self-discipline being the hallmark of the immature) end up with many serious medical problems, so their wives effectively become their nurses.

Why women stay with them is amazing to me. This article by Anna Moore should be required reading for women who find themselves involved with these children in men’s bodies.

Robin Elliott

Preparation in All Things is a Sign or Wisdom

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At the theater one night, I mentioned to a man that I wanted to get to the washroom so that I wouldn’t need to go during the Vancouver Symphony Orchestra’s Tea and Trumpets show. He responded, “The wise man goes when he can; the fool waits until he wants to.Preparation in all things is a sign of wisdom and maturity.

I once asked a business owner who was a client of mine what would happen to his wife and four young children if he was killed in a car accident or by a sudden illness. He had no insurance and had made no provision, he was in debt up to his ears and had no savings, and his wife couldn’t run their plumbing business. He answered, “They’ll be on the street, I guess.” I wasn’t selling life insurance, by the way.

“Death never takes a wise man by surprise; he is always ready to go,” said Jean de la Fontaine (1621-1695). We recently arranged and prepaid for our funerals, updated our wills, and informed our Executor of all the details he needed to know. My life has been insured since I first got married. And I’m a “prepper.”

You’ve seen how badly people behave on Black Fridays. What do you think will happen when people run out of food and water after an earthquake or another tragedy? Will you be prepared when they come to your door and demand your food and water? What about when there is no electricity for an extended period of time, especially during the winter?

Did you know that few Canadians own life insurance, and even fewer have wills? 23% of Canadians admit they are not at all prepared financially if they pass away too soon and only 16% have purchased a life insurance policy that could cover their remaining mortgage payments in the event of death.

The average funeral in Canada can cost between $5,000 and $10,000, a cost that would be a burden on your family without a plan in place to cover it ahead of time. Also, there are other final costs such as legal and medical fees and estate taxes, altogether known as Final Needs planning. What if you die while away from home?

The peace of mind and satisfaction that comes from knowing you have taken care of your family needs in advance is worth the work and cost of preparation. Knowing that you can protect them and provide for them, even in death, is the duty of every man who has a family. There is no excuse – do what you can – make the effort because they deserve it. Be responsible.

Robin Elliott

 

Create a Livable, Solid Residual Income This Easily

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A friend of mine is from multi-million dollar family business that rents out heavy equipment. It would cost a small fortune to buy all that expensive equipment just to get going. But then they probably started that business with one or two pieces of equipment and built from there. They own the equipment – it just keeps on making them money.

Now YOU can get into your own business by renting out our ever-popular pedicabs. Start with one or two – or as many as you like – and rent them out by the day or the week or the month! They’re only CD$4,995 (US$3885) plus shipping each, and you can rent them out for about $500 per week – that’s $2,000 per month, per Pedicab! 5 Pedicabs = $10,000 per month potential income.

Use for promotions (advertising space on the sides and back) trade shows, conventions, or as cabs to carry passengers around. Car lots, golf clubs, malls, parks – anywhere. People pay more to ride in a pedicab than in a taxi in London, England. In fact, Pedicabs in London have been one of the safest forms of transport ever, with no fatalities in the last 15 years, compared to motorized vehicles, which has 10 fatalities per week. Our all-weather, environmentally friendly pedicabs can be used for scenic rides and as bike taxis. See www.TrikeTransporter.com

Easy to pedal, easy for passengers to get in, plenty of space, a hood and a rain shield,  safe, packing space beneath the seat, seatbelt, seven Shimano gears, disc brakes front an back – it’s a fun to ride in and fun to pedal!

Yes, you can build a real business around this amazing product, brought to you by IPS Safety Inc.  Corner the market in your town! Call us today.

Robin Elliott