Letter to the world

Before we begin, a few words about who I am and where I come from …

I was born in Prato, Tuscany, to a father of southern origins and a mother of German origins. At the age of twenty, after a few years of self-employment in the family business, I began to question myself about the functioning of the world, convinced that the malfunctioning of institutions was not the consequence of errors and negligence, but a matter of will ( willful misconduct).

Passionate about photography, IT, fanatic of self-improvement and aspiring entrepreneur, at the age of thirty, in 1997, I decided to move to the United States (New York), under the advice of an American friend who told me “if you want understand how the world works and you want to learn how to do business, you have to move to America “.

After ten years, I came to the conclusion that moving to the States was the best decision of my life, despite everything. Leaving Italy was the best thing I could do for myself, and after twenty years, I came to the conclusion that it was the best thing I could do, even for my country, because what I learned is what I believe. firmly is what you need to know in order to save our companies and Italy from bankruptcy.

For the past 15 years I have been part of organizations in the public and private sector, in which I have come to cover managerial and executive roles. I am talking about companies owned by multinationals and government agencies, which are the organizations on which all the economies of all the countries of the world depend and where government strategies are studied for almost every country in the world, excluding North Korea, Iran and Syria.

Years of militancy in these organizations have allowed me to understand how the world works, for real. I can say that I have reached the end of the rabbit hole, that is the deepest point of knowledge on how the world works, a knowledge that I have decided to share with my fellow citizens, in the hope of being able, together, to help heal the social conditions. -economics of our country.

In short …

The world as we know it is about to end and a new one is about to begin. In the new world, things like freedom, prosperity and happiness will be a luxury for very few , for individuals who are excellent in the aspect of productivity.

As many know, every crisis corresponds to great opportunities for growth and enrichment. The crisis that is about to arrive, consequently to the plan that many know as the Great Reset, will be remembered as the most serious crisis in the history of mankind, but also as the crisis that has allowed some, the most intelligent, the most capable and those with more resources, to completely overturn the situation, passing from a condition of slavery , to a condition of sovereignty.

In other words, we are at the beginning of an epochal turning point, which many will experience as a universal flood, while others, unfortunately few, will live as a blessing.

I went back to Italy to inform and to help the Italians on how to re-enter among the “blessed” ones mentioned above.

We live in a world where the vast majority of people have been made incompatible with the things most important to man, namely love, money and family, an incompatibility resulting from bad education on the deeper meaning of man and the meaning of his existence, that is, about who we are, where we come from and where we go, both as individuals and as a community. A bad education based on lies that have turned billions of people into rats, lesser animals that the only thing they know and can do is fight each other to grab the bare minimum to survive.

The aspect that most distinguishes the life of men from that of animals is the interest in prospering. Prospering means getting better and better. Here… we live in a world that works according to a system that has led more and more people to feel worse and worse, and we are at the point where 90% of the world population has to be satisfied with the paltry 10% of wealth total of the Earth, which means that we are billions of mice fighting for crumbs, to survive.

The system in question has meant that some, very few, were going to get better and better, and these are the only ones who can say they thrive, like real men.

How are those who thrive different from those who can only aspire to survival? What distinguishes real men from rat men? The knowledge of the system, that is, the knowledge of the world.

The world works on the basis of a productive and consumerist mechanism, which if you know it allows you to grow more and more, if you don’t know it, it crushes you like a roller.