Evil Ways Of Making Money – What The Rich Won’t Tell You

‘Evil ways of making money–what the rich won’t tell you’ declares that you need not be physically aggressive to make millions. You just have to be emotionally aggressive.

People who use their fist to get their way always end up charged with rape, thief, and all round fraud. Their bestiality makes them poor and unhappy. But those who have intense deceptive emotions look innocent but deadly. They are charming polite people intentionally presenting an exterior of innocence but they are exploitive. Their crime is not a crime though it could be a sin. They are not stealing, but borrowing, only that they won’t give it back.

The book is a practical and profitable money making guide that looks at the world of deception, corporate racket, and shows that there is hardly any activity, any enterprise of the super rich that is not tingle with evil. The rich have embraced the biggest risk that the poor dare not venture. Righteousness is seen as a tie and a hindrance hence the more honest you are, the less likely you will be rich. Frankly, there’s no way, on the basis of your salaries and allowances from the day you graduate, that you can be a millionaire, least a billionaire. It is impossible, except by embezzlement.

Poverty is the greatest illness man has ever suffered from. If you are fed up with poverty, you need to delude others, play on the ignorance of financial institutions, utilize the weakness of the law, create an illusion, bribe your way, and manipulate anything and everything to your advantage. It’s a never play by the rule, never pay in cash, never tell the truth game. You must genuinely and sincerely fake honesty. Have no conscience, no guilt, no sense of remorse, for money is made with debt, tax games, paper shuffle, arrogance, and wild and unpredictable swings.

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