Sunday, 28 February 2010

MLM quickest way to lose your money and friends

I have previously suggested that the gruesome little gang of intellectually-castrated character-assassins who regularly appear on the Internet to disrupt, and/or drag into the gutter, all calm, rational attempts to explain how the 'Amway Corp.' is the counterfeit 'commercial' front for an ongoing, major organized crime group, are probably counterfeits themselves.
At no stage do any of these de facto 'Amway' agents provocateurs offer any extended, logical argument to support their simplistic, illogical claims about the authenticity of the so-called 'Amway Business Opportunity.' The best the intensely-annoying Messrs. Scott 'Tex' Johnson and David 'IBOFB' Steadson have recently come up with on your Blog to defend their own absurd, inflexible positions, is to draw your readers' attention to the fact that, in January 2004, a George W. Bush administration-appointed official at the US Federal Trade Commission, James A. Kohm, issued a highly-incriminating letter that temporarily placed the 'Amway' mob above all previous, and long-established, common-sense interpretations of US federal laws concerning pyramid scams, or money circulation schemes, camouflaged as 'Business Opportunities.'
However, after greasing the palms of numerous high-level Republican politicians with 'contributions' (i.e. bribes) totalling many millions of dollars, in recent years, the FTC has been infested with high-level, legally-qualified law enforcement agents who have deliberately turned a blind eye to the criminal activities of the 'Amway' mob and various copy-cat 'Multilevel Marketing' racketeers. Indeed, George W. Bush appointed a de facto agent of the 'Amway' mob, Timothy Muris, as Chairman of the FTC.
Mr. Muris came to the FTC directly from his highly-paid job with the Antitrust Division of Howrey, Simon, Arnold and White LLP. One of this law firm's main clients was none other than the 'Amway' mob. In 2004, Muris returned to private practise with the Washington law firm of O'Melveny & Myers, where he then was handsomely-paid to represent 'Primerica Financial Services,' another 'Multilevel Marketing' racket.
Interesting, in the USA, anyone, including corrupt: politicians, judges, law enforcement agents, lawyers, etc., can be indicted under the federal, Racketeer Influenced Corrupt Organizations Act 1970, for accepting the proceeds of racketeering activity to obstruct justice.
In the case of the billionaire bosses of the 'Amway' mob and their paid supporters, all that is required in the USA (where 'Multilevel Marketing' has acquired the reputation of being not only one of the quickest ways to lose your shirt, but also all your friends) is the political will to bring such a long-overdue prosecution.
David Brear

1 comment:

Tex said...

If the Republicans being paid off are the problem, why didn't Clinton do something during his 8 years in office?

And why hasn't Barry cleaned it up?