To Lend without Borrowing & Rule without being Ruled

Be The Banker

Lend to others. But never borrow.

"Thou shalt lend unto many nations, but thou shalt not borrow; and thou shalt reign over many nations, but they shall not reign over thee."

Yeah. Lending and ruling. Those things are connected. We're slowly figuring that out, these days. But times have changed.

Here's how to do it in the year of our Lord 2017 AD.

They'll tell you that you can't be a lender because banking is highly regulated. Heck, I'll tell you that.

But when I saw their whopping 25% profit margins, I looked up what it takes to start a bank. This was back when I was a degenerate atheist. Since then, I've become a degenerate sinner who fears the God of my ancestors, Abraham, Isaac, and Jacob.

It turns out you can lend. You just can't lend money as a banker. Not without a metric ton of red tape. But just about any business can lend someone a house, car, furniture, or electronics on a contract for a series of payments.

A home seller can finance the sale of their own home to earn twice about twice as much money on the sale. More importantly, the evil corporate globalist banking elite doesn't get to earn the interest.

You might know someone who's done this. Years down the line, the buyers refinanced through a bank and paid off the remainder of the contract.

If you have to foreclose, you get to sell it again. If you lease (the buyer agrees to a rent-to-own deal), you can "rent" the house for more than a month-to-month.

The same with any major merchandise. People usually give all this money to the bank, which means they have to work twice as hard. Why? Because banks are the only people who can check a credit score? Not true.

Is it lucrative? Yup. God was right. It's not just twice as good. This business runs at 10 times more profit margin than the average American business. I'm not kidding. The average business is only making 6 to 7 percent per year profit. Which means the cost of payment processing is half their profit.

Okay, but that's furniture. First example I though of. Let me think of another one. How about cell phones? Smart phones are expensive. But sign up on a 1-year or 2-year contract, and they're cheap. Maybe free.

Instead of buying a $600 phone, you're making a down payment plus a monthly fee. That's lending.

Then your customer is locked into using your service. Sounds like seller financing to me. Let's take a look at the numbers.

Wow. Ten times higher again.

So it works. But the Catch 22 is this:

In order to sell something, you have to buy it first. Which means you have to go get a business loan, get approved, which means you need a business plan.

That sounds like a lot of work. 

In the meantime, you're not making any money. As soon as you get a loan, you've got to make payments. Which means keeping up with those payments.

Sometimes it seems like the world is conspiring to make us get jobs.

That's ridiculous. It's insane. And I won't stand for it. 

If you're not creative about buying something to resell, don't you have to borrow from a bank to get started?

Ordinarily, yes.

But not if you know what you're doing. Right now, you can buy foreclosed properties including single family homes and manufactured homes for pennies on the dollar and put a tenant under a rent-to-own lease.

And it costs you nothing out of pocket if you're smart. You can pay for it with "money" you print out of thin air.

This can completely cut the banker out of the deal. 

Naturally, bankers don't want you to know about it.

And when did Americans stop talking about money? That's a terrible idea. You need to know!

If you own a newspaper, or decide to spend the $5 to get into the flyer business and grow from there, then you've got almost unlimited potential ad space that mostly goes unused. The cost to produce it?

Nothing but the cost of the paper and ink. The real value of that paper is magnified by the fact that it's being delivered to a potential customer.

And that makes every business want a little piece of what you've got. Because they want more customers. And they're willing to pay.

Long story short, what you're selling can have a 3 to 10x markup over and above your costs. So anything you "buy" with advertising instead of cash costs you 70% less. If you're smart, it's even less.

On top of that, you're not the one paying. Your advertisers are.

And if the seller's willing to accept something other than cash, which some local business has available, then it's a lot easier for you transform your advertising into a house by bringing a third party into the equation.

If you've found a foreclosed $8,000 house you'd be able to quickly lease for $800 per month to one of your employees or contractors, and the home seller's willing to take a $10,000 truck as payment for it, and a local truck dealer will only turn over the keys to you for a whopping $20,000 worth of advertising space you can print out of thin air for him, then your cost is $20,000 worth of ad space that cost you a maximum of $6,600 to create.

Even better, that $6,600 dollars doesn't come out of your pocket. Your other advertisers gave you that money when you printed ad space for them out of thin air. It came out of THEIR pocket. It's part of your company's revenues.

And it cost you a maximum of $2,200 to pay for the paper and ink to run his ad. Probably a lot less. But it really cost you nothing, since he's the one who paid for it. Not you. Which allowed you to get a free truck to pay for a cheap house you can rent to your contractor.

Do this enough times, and you'l be able to cover the payments on an extremely nice house you might actually want to live in, my new slumlord.

But it gets better. Because normally you'd be paying that contractor. That's for chumps!

Now instead, he's giving you a big chunk of that paycheck right back to you. So you've reduced your costs.

If only you could convince him to buy advertising from you. Hmm.
If you can do the same for his car and groceries, along with your other contractors and vendors, your operating costs will drop like a hot potato. You'll be selling something you're getting for free.

In addition, your employee is going to pay you a lot more than retail value for that house by the time he pays off the contract. And you can practically "force" him to buy from you by making his monthly payments so low, it's too good of a deal to pass up. If you're charging $100 below market, that's like giving him a $100 raise.

Which you can do very easily. Yes, you can. Because, my friend, you know how to get free houses, paid for with money you print out of thin air. And it's not like you have a mortgage to cover, like most of the other rental properties he's looking at.

If he's willing to live in a house that has a little um... "charm" and "character", the kind others buyers have walked away from since 2008, then he can live in quality housing with lots of floor space.

Or else you could lease him that truck.

To learn the secrets to making this happen in real life, you need to be on the super fancy email list. [If I'm not white-listed in your email inbox, you're not really subscribed.] I'll skip the 1-hour lecture here.

But I'll just say this: God's right, as usual. Being a lender is a lucrative, powerful business. Even if you can't be the banker, you can still operate like one with seller financing.

And you can get things to sell without paying for them. Without using a gun.

If you're a local newspaper publisher, you can buy up homes, cars, trucks, boats with money you printed out of thin air so you're already in profit on the first payment.

And of course, all the profits and staff you get from your local newspaper business is going to help you finance that shiny new pro-Nazi YouTube channel or podcast you've always dreamed about.

And if you don't do it, God is true to his word: other nations will rule over your people.

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