Thursday, 25 March 2010

It's Amway's age-old strategy to rope in officials

I notice that both the masked 'Amway' Lord Haw Haw, Mr. 'IBOFB' Steadson, and the puerile and abusive, self-confessed'Amway' fraud victim, Mr. Scott 'Tex' Johnson, are now attempting to portray their 'admired and respected 'bosses' racketeering activities in India as legitimate, because a senior Indian police officer has attended an (apparently) innocuous event sponsored by 'Amway India Enterprises,' and it has been reported that this officer made an innocuous statement about the same event.
" In order to raise awareness about exercise and its impact on health, Amway and FICCI came together and organised a 5-km Health Walk, which started at 6 am at KB R Park, Banjara Hills. Over 3000 health enthusiasts comprising Amway business owners, corporate executives and FICCI’s partners participated in this event.
According to A K Khan, IPS, commissioner of police, Hyderabad, who attended the event as chief guest, 'Today health is a concern area. This health walk by Amway and FICCI is a step in the right direction.' Ajay Misra, IAS, principal secretary - home, government of Andhra Pradesh, was also present at the event."

This latest feeble and transparent propaganda tactic is not without precedent.
Unfortunately (given their unlimited, stolen capital assets) it's rather easy for the billionaire bosses of major organized crime groups, like 'Amway' and 'Scientology', to entice ill-informed, law enforcement agents, politicians, celebrities, etc. into their puerile games of make-believe and, thus, make it appear that these groups are acting entirely within the law.
In the adult world of quantifiable reality, nothing could be further from the truth.
I would suggest, Shyam, that you take this perfect opportunity to contact A. K. Khan, IPS, commissioner of police, Hyderabad, and ask him exactly where (when he accepted the highly-flattering invitation to attend a corporate-sponsored event as 'chief guest'), did he believe the overwhelming majority of 'Amway India Enterprises' revenue to have ultimately derived : -
from legitimate external sources, namely: persons who were not under contract to 'Amway India Enterprises' as temporary non-salaried agents?
or :
from illegitimate internal sources, namely persons who were under contract to 'Amway India Enterprises' as temporary non-salaried commission agents and who have, therefore, all been unlawfully peddled infinite shares in what can only be their own finite money?
I, for one, will be fascinated to hear A. K. Khan's answer.
David Brear


Tex said...

I think the story about the MASSIVE growth of Amway is FAR more significant than this one, and I noticed you didn't answer that post, Brear. But what should one expect from someone too scared to make a simple phone call? LOL

Shyam Sundar said...

Why don't you call me instead, Clueless Tex. You are afraid of listening more about money circulation scheme. LoL

Tex said...

Sure, what time would you like me to call, so that you don't answer simple questions, again? LOL

And provide your phone number, I'm not going to look it up. LOL