Monday, July 12, 2010
Pre-Paid Legal and Other MLM's
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“Pre-Paid Legal Service and Other MLM Programs”
A verdict on organizations that proliferate service. None seem to owned up to the virtue of a 360 degree approach when it comes to the share of the booty?
Our dominant system of doing things only seems to generate a holistic/communal approach (which usually can last a few or sometimes have a long term) or we invent these small circles that makes it above these yet larger sphere of folks. It would appear to my observation When dealing with anything with a 360 degree approach does not or is not touted or presented. I do believe' HOWEVER ...The Zeitgeist Movement represents that systemactic1 approach that we have had enough of BS (Bad Science) promoted for the benefit of a few who continuously promote and divide people by holding others who control others, who also control more, and more and more, and still yet more and so on and so forth.
Now I know this sounds a little on the extreme. “But is It” Think about that while your mind catches up to the thought. The resources of the World belong to all the people of the World. Only when we begin to understand the depth and breath of that will we begin to understand our universal power and what we need to do for this change to happen.
All the MLM (Multilevel Marketing Markets) phenoms that I have experience seem to have a small circle surrounded by a larger and then a larger and so on. The inner-most circle always can reach out and is continuously marketeering 2 or promoting this is what keeps this perpetual consumeristic3 mindset of the competitive mind operating. This I will call the poison vine. (Pv)
Pv – (Poison Vine): It appears and looks with the norm in every way imaginable to the eye of the viewer. It morphs, forms or is displayed even somewhat of a chameleon 4. However, wonderful, splendid as this may appear to the one in gratitude and thanks... is really the proliferator 5of this circle and sphere. It is rewarding to a small few and lessons derived to the outer circles will seek its refuge in the small yet sometimes fortress of success. Never able to make that concept or reach into this sphere or inner-circle of success. Its of a poison vine
Our system is set up to reward only a few not all. “It would seem”
No matter how hard some may work they will not have that success!
Although all who pursue with a success or die persona will either make it or fissile out. My Take is this ...anything that is multilevel is anti -unity towards the world and the people of the world. “I do believe” And promotes cyclical systems that protect and reward a few and not the whole? This approach and program is design to thwart the spread and understanding to people that own the resources.
Allocated by the few to the many through competitive controls. Some know this, others don't care, and even fewer understand. Its a social norm like going to the Arena and viewing Gladiators fight to the death. Pre-Paid Legal in my opinion is of the Pv nature. (Poison Vine). Which promotes a competitive cycle we should learn to abandon for the creative mindset if we focus on helping the world and not helping our pocketbook with the fragrant deception and promotional guise of helping other people. First and foremost should this system be the first to go. People should learn to work according to the right and smart thing always. Mediators not Lawyers.
1characterized by order and planning; "the investigation was very systematic"; "a systematic administrator"
2An economic market in which supply and demand are not regulated or are regulated with only minor restrictions. free market. n. (Economics) ...
3the promotion of the consumer's interests 2 : the theory that an increasing consumption of goods is economically desirable; also : a preoccupation with ...
4 Any of various tropical Old World lizards of the family Chamaeleonidae, characterized by their ability to change color.
2. See anole.
3. A changeable or inconstant person: "In his testimony, the nominee came off as . . . a chameleon of legal philosophy" (Joseph A. Califano, Jr.)