Why the Joker cannot be blackmailed

Most modern superheroes are handcuffed by their own morality.

They won’t kill people, no matter what.

They might beat people up, but they have a line they won’t cross.

Batman was sort of like that in the “Dark Knight” series.

The Flash.




Captain America.

… and so on.

But… villains?

It’s a different story… especially the Joker.

He kills people all the time.

He doesn’t do it for money.

He doesn’t do it for fame.

Alfred said it perfectly in The Dark Knight:

“…some men aren’t looking for anything logical, like money. They can’t be bought, bullied, reasoned, or negotiated with. Some men just want to watch the world burn.”

Why do I bring this up?

Well, I was observing a conversation recently where one person told the other person that life is pretty chaotic and it never seems to stop.

For some people, that’s true.

Sometimes, it’s self-inflicted and other times… it’s just circumstantial.

Open up your local crime map and take a gander at the number of assaults, burglaries, and murders in your area in the last 30 days.

It might surprise you.

OK, enough of this.

Life insurance was invented on the premise that human life is valuable but that life itself is not guaranteed and so… to protect against the unknown, you could trade that unknown, chaotic, life for a known premium and death benefit.

In the case of whole life, you could also trade an uncertain future for a known amount of savings that you can use whenever you need it.

Tis but one of many reasons some people gravitate toward whole life or just life insurance in general.

Of course, some people love their chaotic little lives and want nothing to do with financial security (it eliminates the drama in their lives and those people LOVE drama).

Anywho, if you want to eliminate uncertainty in your life, and have some real financial security, then sign up to my email list and learn some of the secrets some of my peers never tell their clients.

David Lewis, AKA The Rogue Agent, has been a life insurance agent since 2004, and has worked with some of the oldest and most respected mutual life insurance companies in the U.S. during that time. To learn more about him and his business, go here.