Dear Poor People:
Here’s how to keep you poor! You are given a belief system that controls how you behave, keeps you divided and dependent upon a god for your salvation and ultimate reward when you die. When the poor began to learn something different it will cause them to behave differently, pool their money and uplift and empower themselves collectively. Their poverty will end. Poor People must stop making leaders rich, who don’t help them solve their collective problems. Some, not all preachers, politicians and civic leaders use the poor’s individuals greed, fear and selfishness against the entire group of poor.
One Solution they will never teach the poor:
For example any group of 100 people can create an economic development plan by pooling $50 per month x 100 = $5,000 per month or $60,000 per year, which can be leverage to borrow $50,000 that can be used to purchase 20 Deed Properties for sale at County Courthouses that can be renovated for $30,000 each (which can be borrowed using the properties as collateral) and sold for fair market value or rented for a minimum of $500 per month x 20 homes = $10,000 per month Cash Flow or $120,000 per year divide between 100 people = $1,200 monthly income. Once the bank is repaid, 100 people can have an extra income for the rest of their lives. This type of economic empowerment should be taught all over the country.
It’s what good leaders should be teaching the poor, if they were trying to uplift and empower them. Anyone who wants to be your leader or was elected, anointed or appointed and they are not offering economic solutions to poor people are engaged in maintaining the poor in their poverty. The Poor must first become tired of being poor, then be willing to put aside their own selfishness, greed, jealousy, envy and fear of collaborating with each other for the empowerment of the group.
Black African Americans need a national plan for our collective uplift and empowerment. I offer The Quiet Resolution (TQR, Inc.) for your consideration. http://www.tqrinc.com
Charles E. Campbell, Founder & CEO
The Quiet Resolution
Allen Hydro Energy Corporation (AHEC)