Can you become wealthy without working hard
In fact, you can become wealthy without working at all.
In Mexico, a lot of students talk about this in college and one day they apply for a few credit cards after they are 18 years old and they apply for a few visas to enter the United States of America and they go to Wal-Mart and they buy a few guns for a few dollars using these credit cards.
In Mexico, guns are illegal and you cannot buy them at Wal-Mart or anywhere else.
You steal a couple of used vehicles and you lease a small house in a small town in the middle of nowhere.
These college students don’t have cars and they don’t have have jobs.
Their parents are probably blue-collar workers and they pay rent each month to the landlord.
These people typically live with as little as $10,000 each year. Both parents have to work and in many cases the children old enough to work also have to work on the weekends as waiters or maybe bartenders or exotic dancers.
A few hours away from here, there is another world. Let’s call it the developed world.
Mexico City, Guadalajara and Monterrey are filled with literally millions of millionaires.
You simply drive to the(The Mexican version of Harvard) where all the wealthy children go to school.
These children are all millionaires.
Except, the poor children with full scholarships.
You can easily check who is poor and who is wealthy simply following them all the way to their houses.
If they live in the slums then they are poor.
If they live in the San Pedro Garza García (The Mexican version of Beverlly Hills) then they are wealthy.
The whole thing takes less than a month and you walk out with $1,000,000 after you kidnap at least nine college students and you split the cash with your six associates.
$1,000,000 is for the head of the Kidnaping department. This is simply an insurance policy just in case you or one of your associates gets arrested. Most people call this a get out of jail card.
$1,000,000 is for the local Kingpin where the crime will be comitted. You cannot kidnap a millionaire without permision for the local Kingpin. The penalty for breaking this rule is death.
Here is how it works:
If you are a millionaire in Mexico then you need to pay your taxes to the local Kingpin.
You buy an insurance policy to keep your entire family safe. Let’s say $100,000 each year.
This policy protects your entire family against any crimes within the area the local Kingpin controls.
You give the local Kingpin your address, your office address and all the license plates of all your cars and they are entered into a database and all the criminals have access to this database with their phones.
If you are a car thief then you have to run the plates before you steal that car. You cannot steal a protected car. The penalty for breaking this rule is death.
You cannot break into a protected house either. The penalty for that is death.
You cannot break into a protected office or business either. The penalty for that is death.
Basically, you are untouchable if you are a millionaire in Mexico.
Also, you can buy a reverse insurance policy for another $100,000 each year.
A reverse insurance policy is more agressive and you use that to hurt or kill your competition.
You give the address and the license plates of your enemies and their cars get stolen, their houses robbed and their offices robbed and you also can kidnap them if you want.
Millionaires are extremely powerful in Mexico.
You cannot mess with millioniares in Mexico. They can easily end your life with a phone call.
Therefore, you have to ask for permission to kidnap a college student in Mexico and if he is not a paying customer then you can kidnap him or her.
You pay your million to the local Kingpin and he verifies that he is not a client.
If the victim is a client then you cannot touch him. You have to pick somebody else.
This is how things work in less developed regions of the world.
A lot of people from developed countries fly to Mexico to “increase their wealth”