Robert Kiyosaki, best known as the Author of “Rich Dad, Poor Dad” would like you to read his new book, “Conspiracy Of The Rich: The 8 New Rules Of Money.” And he would like to allow you the chance to read it for free at ConspiracyOfTheRich.com. The only stipulation is that you have to read it online, and it’s only available to be read online within the next two weeks before it’s pulled off the internet and sent to the publisher to be printed into a book you can purchase this fall.
Why is Robert doing this? Well he wants feedback on ways to make the book better. You have the opportunity to discuss the book in an online forum as well as suggest ways to improve it so that the book will offer the best way to communicate the information in it. Those contributions that get used will even received a thank you credit in the final book. More importantly its an opportunity to build your financial education so that you can feel empowered in the current economy. It’s a wake up call for those who are blindly expecting President Obama to fix their lives, you need to educate yourself and fix your own economy.
The book offers a very eye opening look at the special relationship the ultra-rich have with the US Government and the Federal Reserve System. A lot of today’s current problems stem from legislation passed by President Clinton that eliminated the separation of savings banks from investment banks and how some of the same people responsible for that legislation have been placed into key financial roles by President Obama. Doesn’t look much like change we can count on as promised in his campaign but rather more of the same. Not that Republican leaders get away from blame either. Both Presidents George Bush, and George W. Bush initiated bailouts of the financial industry that seem more designed to protecting the banking system instead of letting it fail and something new rise from its ashes. President Nixon bought our ticket on to the wildest financial roller coaster yet by signing into legislation the coming off the gold standard in 1971 allowing for unheard of growth and prosperity but also steering us toward a very steep drop that the only thing is certain, the rich will continue to get richer and the poor will get poorer.
Has Robert Kiyosaki written some of the scariest writing this side of Stephen King? You have to decide, but it’s all playing out for real and knowledge is power. Don’t get left behind, take the chance to read the book for free and start benefiting from it today, or you can wait until it’s published and you can buy it, or worse yet, don’t read it at all and learn about it the hard way, when it could cost you your job and way of life.