What Price do People Pay for Freedom

In the 17th and 18th centuries as people were coming to this "new world",many of them couldn't afford the boat ride......

So, to get to America, they would agree to be indentured servants. They would commit to work for someone for 3 to 7 years, and in the end they would be part of this new free world .. at least that was the idea.

You see, in many cases, the indentured servant would become further indebted to their "employer" who would then agree to forgive that debt if they would stay on ... many times indefinitely ... is this starting to sound familiar?

Today, we still have indentured servants ... more like financial slaves really. But instead of being obligated for 7 years, it's 30 ... or more ... and that's assuming you actually become debt free .. incidentally, many people won't see that day before they die.

In fact, dissect the word "mortgage" and what do you get? Well, "mort"comes from the latin word for death, and "gage" comes from latin to mean pledge ... so a mortgage effectively is a "death pledge" ... and as I've already stated, that's often the case ... but it doesn't have to be.

Armed with the right information, you can be free of those bonds much faster than you've been previously taught ... maybe even as little as 5 to 7 years ... with your current income ... and without living like a caveman.