Sunday, 14 March 2010

IBOFB's closed-logic defence of Amway is childish drivel

In his most recent posts, we have the full set of devious, thought-stopping techniques used by the masked 'Amway' Lord Haw Haw, Mr. 'IBOFB' Steadson, in yet another failed attempt to provoke us into anger and distract your readers from reality. However, the position that this painfully-transparent, little squawking 'Amway' propagandist holds, is an absurd lie propagated by a gang of dangerous economic-alchemists.
A growing mountain of irrefutable evidence (in the form of tens of millions of failed 'Amway' contibuting participants in dozens of countries) proves that, for more than half a century, the billionaire bosses of the 'Amway' mob, and their millionaire under-bosses, have operated an (effectively) closed-market swindle with insufficient external revenue to pay the majority of its contributing participants an overall profit. Steadson clutches at the simplistic fact that the multi-billion dollar 'Amway' swindle has not been 100% closed, like a drowning man might clutch at a straw. However, no one disputes that (every now and then) there has been a bit of cash coming into the 'Amway' swindle from the odd sale of overpriced wampum to an unwary member of the public (usually friends or relatives of transient 'Amway' adherents), but this external revenue was insignificant in comparison with the billions of dollars of payments regularly being handed over to the bosses of the 'Amway' mob by their constantly-churning pool of insolvent victims.
Steadson offers not one shred of evidence to support his crack-pot affirmation that the so-called 'Amway MLM' scheme has had a significant and sustainable external source of external revenue during the previous 50+ years. His only way of justifying this absurd lie is to pretend that payments from insolvent 'Amway ' victims themselves represent an external source of revenue, because (despite what it said on tens of millions of annual 'Amway' contracts) the majority of 'Amway'Business Owners' weren't 'Business Owners' at all, they were actually retail customers.
Self evidently, in the adult world of quantifiable reality, Steadson's latest closed-logic defence of the 'Amway'mob is childish drivel.
David Brear


IBOFB said...

I must be pretty good at this "thought-stopping drivel" since you clearly stopped thinking a long time ago!

So Brear, why, in your esteemed estimation, are the purchasers of 60% of the volume in the UK doing so when they are making no attempt to make money, and have no other financial incentive to do so except the value of the products?

Why are they buying the products Brear?

Why, Brear, are the 74% of Amway members in the US who have zero commercial financial incentive to purchase the products - why are they doing so?

C'mon Brear, show us your brilliance ... why are all these people buying Amway products when they have no financial incentive to do so ... other of course than the fact they may be saving money buying world class products at a good price!

I'm awaiting to blinded by your erudite brilliance ....

Tex said...


We've already proven the FTC isn't concerned about a lack of retail sales, why do you keep bringing it up? Is it to rub your own nose in your own poop? LOL


U.S. IBOs buy products for a variety of reasons, including because their upline told them to, they want their uplines' help, so it makes sense, they are curious about the products, etc. However, 3.4% coming from highly questionable retail sales is not a good thing.