Friday, 5 March 2010

Ill-gotten wealth used to buy political protection

Shyam
After his latest precisely-worded offerings, no free-thinking observer could believe that the usually puerile and abusive Mr. Scott 'Tex' Johnson is the courageous little victim of cowardly liars whom he steadfastly pretends to be.
Contrary to what Johnson now claims, at no time have I ever employed his deeply-ambiguous ethnocentric phrase, 'right-wing conspiracy,' to describe the ongoing major racketeering activities of the billionaire bosses of the 'Amway' mob and the many copy-cat 'MLM' swindlers whom they have spawned. Indeed, it would be an inaccurate use of the English language to describe the global criminogenic phenomenon which is generally referred to as 'MLM,' as a 'conspiracy.'
In the final analysis, racketeering is only about acquiring money (lots of money) unlawfully and avoiding being held to account.
Until 1980, when the US Federal Trade Commission failed to shut down the 'Amway' mob's counterfeit 'commercial' front on charges that the company was an 'inherent fraud' - combined with the arrival of the Reagan administration with its Milton Friedman-inspired, blanket, free-market policy of government de-regulation- pyramid scams, or closed-market swindles, disguised as 'MLM Business Opportunities' were not a major racket in the USA.
Back in the 1970s, FTC officials had deduced that any pyramid selling scheme without significant external revenue had to be based on the crack-pot pseudo-economic theory of endless chain recruitment. Instead of closing 'Amway' and handing the entire case to the FBI, an FTC Administrative Judge ruled that 'Amway' could continue in the USA, but only if the organization paid commission to its agents primarily on external revenue and not primarily on revenue derived from new agents (as had been the case for the previous 20 years). However, under the new Reagan policy, this ruling was never enforced. Since that time, although clearly identified, all manner of absurd pyramid scams, or closed-market swindles, disguised as 'MLM Business Opportunities' have been allowed to operate without regulation in the USA and to spread around the globe. The sanctimonious charlatans who run these pernicious rackets have used a proportion of their ill-gotten gains to infiltrate traditional culture (particulary, the 'religious-right') and to buy political protection (particularly, within the Republican party). They have also broadcast their own black propaganda which systematically categorizes all free-thinking individuals (who have calmly worked out how the 'MLM' trick is pulled) as 'crazy communists, conspiracy theorists, etc.'
David Brear

7 comments:

Tex said...

LOL

簡單嗎 said...

生命是一頓豐富的宴席,有人卻寧可挨餓........................................

Legal Scan said...

LoL

Tex said...
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Tex said...

大聲笑

sanjay said...

i invested 25000 due to one of my freind for promise of earning and this amt was loan from the bank. i was suppose to receeive money in regular monthly income but its alreadeay passed more than one year and i havn't reced a single paisa from the aryarup company . i have read in news paper about so many cheater but experienced firtst time on me. is there any body can help me to get my money back from aryarup. please help who is to ask and where? not body responding here..now
sanjay,mumbai-9004399253

Shyam Sundar said...

Sanjay go to the police and lodge a complaint with them immediately. Let there be some action instead mere lamenting.