The College Conspiracy

The National Inflation Association spent the last six months producing a documentary about the higher education debacle happening today. The college bubble we have today is destroying the lives of millions of Americans who deserve to be receiving a much higher quality of education for only a fraction of the cost.

As you watch this documentary, we hope that you notice and appreciate the quality of work that NAI put into it. They hired one of the best Hollywood animators and a famous Hollywood narrator to help make this movie our most impressive and professional documentary of all time. It took us three months just to write the script, which used many of the ideas that were submitted by NIA members.

The College Conspiracy is going to open up the minds of millions of students who have been brainwashed their entire lives by the propaganda in the mainstream media. We are a nation of sheep, where few think for themselves and most follow the same system. The system we have today turns everybody into debt slaves, while the Federal Reserve allows bankers on Wall Street to steal the wealth of middle-class Americans through inflation.

Now is the time for all young Americans to think outside of the box and become self-educated. Don’t rely on others to provide jobs for you. Go out there and make a job yourself! Entrepreneurism is the only chance for the economy and your only chance to have a life without massive college debt. Further, if you already find yourself with massive college debt, owning a business is the best way to earn enough money to pay off that life-changing debt.

But don’t be misled. Owning a business is not the guarantee to wealth. If you choose the wrong kind of business, you’ll just end up with big college debt AND a business failure. So it’s crucial to choose the RIGHT business.

When you’re looking for a business, you must:

1. Have a huge expanding market
2. Have a unique consumable product
3. Be on the leading edge of trends and timing
4. Duplicate your efforts through others
5. Essential products/services versus discretionary purchases

After you watch this video, we strongly recommend that you look above the article and click on the “Residual Income” button and click on it, so you can learn a way you can go into business for yourself in a recession-proof business.

5 Responses to The College Conspiracy

  1. I understand that it’s a blow to those who discover that their education is absolutely worthless, that they were in environments that rewarded educational regurgitation, and discouraged critical thinking.

    The clerking skills that they were taught made them into useful toadies for Madison Avenue, and also turned them into automatons that believe absolutely everything that their government says. ‘Recovery is just around the corner.’ ‘The World Trade Centre was brought down by Al-Queda terrorists armed with boxcutters.’ ‘Osama bin Laden was caught last week.’ ‘These measures are just temporary, for the duration of the current crisis.’

    At least the Russians were well-educated enough to believe NOTHING coming out of Moscow. Socialism was self-defeating because (in spite of its faults) it recognised that well educated people were essential to a healthy & productive society. So it created the seeds of its own downfall.

    But what kind of education has State Capitalism accomplished?

  2. Kevin Benko says:

    I just completed a second bachelor’s degree, having earned my first bachelor’s degree in 1994, a Master’s degree program in 1997, and a PhD program in 2008, with my intervening years in “Big Corporate”, I must say that you are dead-on with respect to the worthlessness of a modern college degree.

    I guess I put my professors through hell, as I was the 40-something year-old guy who insisted on pretending that a college “education” meant something. When I applied my high school education standards, from the 1980s to the modern university “standards”, with respect to writing papers and doing assignments, I was met with criticism by some professors. It seems that their job is to just push students through the “higher” education processor, and the volume of work I handed in, relative to a majority of the class, seemed to have placed a bit of a strain on some of these professors who don’t seem to want to actually *grade* assignments, and so rely on the traditional modern students’ tendency to hand in one paragraph papers compared to my 15-20 page papers.

    Also, while going through my most recent trip through the higher education processor, I was working as a lab assistant in a neurobiology lab, with absolutely no “official” credentials in biology or chemistry, and I am told, by my supervisor, that the quality of my work performance is well above those with “official” credentials in the field.

  3. Adele Lott says:

    I was watching a video on youtube called College Conspiracy and it talks about the way students go to college, don’t find a job after they graduate and have student loans to pay without a job. Most of them have to pay thousands of dollars.

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