Wednesday, 24 March 2010

IBOFB denies yet another self-evident truth

I observe that the implausible, masked 'Amway' Lord Haw Haw, Mr. 'IBOFB' (or should that be 'ABOFB') Steadson, steadfastly denies yet another self-evident truth - that the billionaire bosses of the 'Amway' mob have peddled the myth of redemption in a future secure 'MLM' Utopia, where all inhabitants are prosperous, happy, healthy and free, provided they exclude all doubt in the existence of this guided-fantasy world.
Difficult to believe, isn't it, that hypnotic key words and images, like the ones constantly-repeated in this recent 'Amway/Quixtar'video, are just to persuade people to buy the odd packet of soap or tube of toothpaste? Perhaps Mr. Steadson will try to pretend that we made this expensive reality-inverting, totalitarian propaganda film ourselves, just to incriminate the billionaire bosses of the 'Amway' mob.
Remember Shyam, over the past 50+ years, tens of millions of people all around the world have paid through the nose for their exclusive tickets to enter the 'Amway' Utopia, but they have all failed to arrive, because it only exists in fraudulent material like this attached 'Amway/Quixtar' video.
Laughably, this video is just one of countless examples which present the absurd, but nonetheless pernicious, 'Amway' Utopian fiction as fact, but which the 'Amway' Lord Haw Haw steadfastly pretends do not exist, but then he is an apologist for the sanctimonious racketeers who peddle it.
It is interesting to note, Shyam, that the person leaving all the pro-'Amway' comments under this Youtube video, using the name of 'Insider 201283,' is none other than the 'Amway' man of straw, Lord Haw Haw Steadson, hiding behind another one of his masks.
David Brear


Tex said...

They ALL failed to arrive? Or only a few? This is why you're considered a kook, Brear:

And these people are Amway CRITICS! LOL

Shyam Sundar said...

I know why you are hanging around this blog. There are no takers for your blog and you are trying to attract attention.LoL.

Tex said...

I have plenty of takers on my blog, especially my new one:

You, jc, and Brear are STUPID, but you still haven't "earned" your own thread, like ibofb has! LOL

Shyam Sundar said...

Tex, the stupid, I have seen your blog. All the comments are by only Tex and are repetitions. LoL.

Tex said...

Then you haven't looked at the one I provided the link to! LOL

Shyam Sundar said...

Is it another bait to look at your senseless blog?

Tex said...

No, it's another attempt to put some facts in your brain. Obviously, I "failed." LOL

dtytrivedi said...

well here are some happening news

Amway sets target of Rs 1800 crore for the year 2010

Amway by registering 25% growth in year 2009 (Rs 1407 crore) and 40% growth in 2008 (Rs 1128 crore) is confident that it will post 25% growth in the current year by posting record sales of Rs 1800 crore.

Here are some of its notable achievements in Business growth

1. It went from Rs 799 crores to Rs 1407 in just 3 yrs

2. Its having 130 offices with coverage of 4000 cities and towns through its home delivery network.

3. It is launching 6 new products every year.

4. Nutrition and wellness is contributing more than 50% of its turnover.

5. Nutrilite is Rs 750 crore brand and Globally is $3.8 billion brand (Rs 18,200 crore)

6. Amway is having more than 35% of market share in vitamins and supplements market in India which is around Rs 2,300 crore. It is expected that market will grow 33% to Rs 3400 crore by 2013. However, when compared globally Indian vitamin and supplements market is just 0.75% of global Rs 3,06,000 crore market. That is Indian market is 133 times smaller than global vitamins and supplements market but future prospects are bright.

For more information visit

Tex said...

Plus, India apparently has outlawed the ATS, which means more of its IBOs actually make a net profit! Interesting how it is one of the fastest growing countries, and the U.S. still has the ATS in place, and is going backwards.