Yet again, when cornered, the arrogant and inflexible 'Amway'Lord Haw Haw, Mr. 'IBOFB' Steadson, has resorted to histedious 'Scientology'-style provocation tactics. Unfortunately, for an aspiring young 'Amway' sophist trained to address directly (in familiar terms) all persons challenging his group's deeply-flawed logic, and who steadfastly pretends absolute intellectual authority, spelling common English words does not appear to be Mr. Steadson's strong suit. One would have thought that (with all their stolen wealth) the bosses of the 'Amway' mob, and their millionaire under-bosses, would have been able to find a chief Internet propagandist of a slightly higher calibre.
As predicted, the painfully-transparent Mr. Steadson cannot produce one shred of evidence (other than his group's scripted-lies) to prove that (during 50+ years) the so-called 'Amway MLM' scheme has had a significant and sustainable source of revenue other than an endless chain of its own contantly-churning contributing participants. Amazingly, the 'Amway' Lord Haw Haw is still attempting to hide behind essentially the same, thin pseudo-economic smoke-screen as Bernie Madoff. Indeed, it beggars belief that, in defence of the billionaire bosses of the 'Amway'mob, Mr. Steadson is now actually boasting that (during 2009) 32% of the overall $8.4 billions annual take (arbitrarily defined as 'sales') from 'Amway's' camouflaged closed-market swindle, was paid back to a tiny minority of the several millions persons from whence it originally came. The remaining 68% of the take, which (without sufficient retail sales to the public) can only have originated from the victims of a classic closed-marketswindle, Mr. Steadson steadfastly pretends to have derived from an 'external source.'
It is upon this absurd, but nonetheless pernicious, lie that the entire 'MLM' racket hangs, and hopefully soon will be hanged in India.
Again, we should thank Mr. Steadson; for each time he arrogantly squawks from his group's inflexible script, he's merely pushing the billionaire bosses of the 'Amway' mob, and their millionaire under-bosses, closer to a prison cell.