Advice on How to Succeed

If we had a humor section I would have posted this information there because it is almost funny. Unless you are poor.

In any case, an article in the Los Angeles Times addresses a common theme we see here on NL. That many Nicaraguans are poor and how what they need to do to become less poor.

Just in case you were beginning to think rich people were deeply misunderstood and that they feel the pain of those who are less fortunate, here's the world's wealthiest woman, Australian mining tycoon Gina Rinehart, with some helpful advice.

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A lot of the advice on how to get the poor to succeed ...

...basically funnels them into money-making schemes for the rich which have dubious value. http://www.nydailynews.com/opinion/charter-school-problem-results-positi...

People learn the beliefs and habits of their social classes before they're old enough to actually think about them and tend to believe sound bites that signal "one of us" rather than saying anything meaningful. Often, it's an out and out lie.

Rebecca Brown

No real success

Her and Carlos Slim should get together. They would hasten the new world order of revolution.