Goodbye DCHL Lampe Berger
I've been looking for this sort of website for a long time....cldn't find one earlier in google & so was influenced to join LB & by then i had already pumped in the RM2345.00 & the RM30k.....wished yr website was easier located earlier.
anyway, the good news is i got my 90% refund before the 6 months lapsed & actually lost RM7k in the process.
U r right.......this program is a cult brainwashing machine.........i've been to their NDOs at posh hotels (paid RM100 for that ~ sheesh, come to think of it, what a rip off), seen so many immature kids flashing their "borrowed" Mercs, Beemers,etc..with their stupid suits.....after reading posts in yr website & reading those LB supporters in their harsh, immature, skimpy kindergarten language...its all becoming to unravel.....the true colors of LBers.
People, trust me, i was an LBer before, attended many NDOs & paid the RM30k & lost RM7k in the process.....believe me, this whole SYN & LB thing is such an elusive scam, u wldn't realise this until its too late.
If what u say is true abt them now targetting our muslim friends, then i hope the authorities will finally clamp down on this program.
BTW, Steven, another reason i love yr website is i am a BIG fan of that "Frederick" guy......man, he shld really apply for a job at Comedy Central or The Tonight show with Jay Leno. whenever i need some cheering up, i know where to go now.......Frederick's at Steven Yip's website!
Fake things never last. No matter how much you want to fake your wealth, it will just impress momentarily. But deep inside, Lampe Berger members know this. But why do they keep on faking it?
It's human nature to boost more than they have, but you know it's not going to last. Real wealth in fact, is not so easy to get. You need real entrepreneurs for this kind of task.
Talking about real wealth, I will leave something to ponder.
How we think about wealth.
It's sometimes pretty interesting, to note how far people would go chasing wealth. They tend to think, XYZ company is worth 1 billion dollars, that "man" is worth 0.5 billion. But if you think deeper, ... does it really matter?
Yes, Lim Goh Tong might have his millions, and we don't even have 1 million ourselves (I mean majority of us...maybe some millionaire who is reading this blog will think otherwise).
Money is God in our society, so much that chasing wealth has pretty much preoccupy lots of people's time.
But there's one more thing that people tend to forget when conjuring up the meaning of wealth. For example, how about the fresh air to breath, nice tropical rain forest that we can enjoy in Malaysia, and a nice existing roof on top of our heads. Or how about the current peace we are enjoying, where we don't need to put up with war.
If we were to put a monetary value to all these "free" luxuries, I reckoned, it would be in the millions or billions. Only that, we can't really count them, because we don't know where to start counting.
Yes, we need to work and survive...at the same time accumulate wealth, but don't forget the things we already have, which is worth much more...