In view of his most-recent puerile and abusive comments posted on your Blog, I thought it might be interesting for you, and your free-thinking readers, to take a look at two documents written by 'Tex' and signed with his given name, Mr. Scott E. Johnson, as the proud owner of 'Johnson Enterprises' - a Texas-registered corporate structure set up to peddle 'Amway' water filters which are of such of great value that 'Johnson Enterprises' has apparently never declared an annual trading profit. Indeed, anyone crazy enough to want to acquire this particulary genre of shiny 'Amway' wampum can always find plenty of untouched examples available on the Net at knock-down prices.
The first Johnson document is available on the Net thanks to a US government Dept's policy of posting certain comments which it receives from US citizens. It comprises an unusually polite letter which Mr. Johnson sent in June 2006 to the US Federal Trade Commission, but which was mostly-written in thought-stopping 'Amway' jargon.
In this, even though Mr. Johnson reveals his knowlege of the fact that the billionaire bosses of the 'Amway' mob knew full-well that extensive criminal activity was occurring within their organization as long ago as 1983 - when Richard DeVos made a sound recording (to be peddled for a huge profit to'Amway' adherents) in which he described a parallel 'tools business' in books, tapes and tickets to meetings (which had recently been exposed by the press) as being a 'Pyramid Scam' - Mr. Johnson still insists that, although no action has ever been taken by the billionaire bosses of the 'Amway' mob to halt these criminal activities or to explain to the world that the majority of money earned by 'Amway Leaders' has not actually come from the so-called 'Amway Business', but from a secondary advanced fee fraud, 'Amway' itself is not a fraud. Amazingly, in the same document, Mr. Johnson confesses to having been a long-term victim ofthe 'tool scam' (i.e. 'Amway's' secondary advanced fee fraud) which he accepts has been maliciously hidden by the bosses of the 'Amway' mob for at least 23 years in order for them to continue to make money. Even more amazingly, Mr. Johnson declares that, for 12 years, he bought all the over-priced books, tapes, tickets to meetings, etc., believing that these (effectively) valueless materials contained the 'Proven Plan to Success' in the so-called 'Amway Business'.
Attached to his FTC epistle is a laugh-a-minute letter which Mr. Johnson wrote to the surviving billionaire instigator of the 'Amway' mob, Richard Devos, in June 2005.
This second document is obsequious drivel which reveals Scott Johnson to be a self-deluding, child-like character living out an egocentric fantasy of his own importance which currently renders him completely incapable of facing up to the ugly reality that he is just one of many millions whose existing beliefs and instinctual desires have been identified, manipulated and exploited by some the most devious and greedy cultic racketeers in history.