Thursday, 1 April 2010

It's part of Amway's racketeering activity

Each time the masked 'Amway' Lord Haw Haw, Mr. 'IBOFB' Steadson, has posted a reality-inverting comment on your Blog (whilst steadfastly pretending that he acts independently of the billionaire bosses, and millionaire under-bosses, of the 'Amway' mob), he's been trying to prevent Indian victims of the 'Amway'closed-market swindle, and related advance fee frauds, from filing criminal complaints with Indian law enforcement agents. However, Mr. Steadson's persistent, and inflexible, published attempts to denigrate all free-thinking individuals challenging the authenticity of the demonstrably-fake 'Amway Business Opportunity' and, thus, obstruct justice, are part of a long-established pattern of major racketeering activity.
Predictability, is perhaps the great weakness of all pernicious or criminogenic totalitarian cults like 'Amway' and 'Scientology.'They comprise groups, and/or sub-groups, of previously diverse individuals bonded by their unconscious acceptance of the self-gratifying, but wholly-imaginary, scenario that they alone represent a positive or protective force of purity and absolute righteousness derived from their leadership's exclusive access to a superior or superhuman knowledge, and that they alone oppose a negative or adversarial force of impurity and absolute evil. Whilst this two-dimensional, or dualistic, narrative remains the cult adherents' model of reality, they are, in effect, constrained to modify their personalities and behaviour accordingly.
Judging by his chronic incapacity to accept the self-evident truth about 'Amway,' Mr. Steadson has been reformed into a deployable agent of the organization - an expendable combatant, furthering the hidden criminal objectives of his leaders, completely dependent on a collective paranoid delusion of absolute moral and intellectual supremacy fundamental to the maintenance of his individual self-esteem/identity and related psychological function. Currently, it is impossible for Mr. Steadson to see humour in his own situation or to feel pity for, or to empathise with, the victims of his group.
It is highly-revealing, Shyam, that, in the past, Mr. Steadson (an adult who has presented himself on the Net dressed in the garb of a camp comic-book hero) has anonymously broadcast very specific accusations. In a series of paranoid documents posted on his own multiple websites, Mr. Steadson steadfastly pretended that diverse individuals who have openly tried to expose 'Amway' as a cultic fraud, are secretly the deluded members of an international, anti-capitalist, cultic conspiracy. Unfortunately for Mr. Steadson, Back in the 1990's, the billionaire bosses of the 'Amway' mob were involved in a complicated series of lawsuits and counter-suits with Sir James Dyson (the British inventor and millionaire industrialist).
Briefly, James Dyson had previously been paid an undisclosed sum of money (believed to be around 10-15 millions dollars) by the 'Amway Corp.,' to settle (out of court) his justifiable claim that the 'Amway Corp.' was in breach of a 1984 contract which granted the company exclusive rights to manufacture and distribute his patent bagless vacuum cleaner in the USA under licence. However, the 'Amway Corp.' had forced Mr. Dyson to refund a $150, 000 licencing fee after falsely claiming that his patent cleaner did not function. The 'Amway Corp.' had then maliciously infringed Mr. Dyson's exclusive patent rights by attempting to manufacture and distribute his patent vacuum cleaner without a licence. After years of expensive litigation, James Dyson finally agreed to accept an undisclosed financial settlement from the 'Amway Corp.' He also agreed to sell the company the same rights (as in 1984) to manufacture and distribute his patent cleaner under licence in the USA, but for a higher price.
In the mid-1990s, the billionaire bosses of the 'Amway' mob tried to obstruct James Dyson from publishing his autobiography (in the USA) which had a chapter detailing their original unlawful attempts to appropriate his patent. As part of this failing-lawsuit, the 'Amway' mob's attorneys made the paranoid claim that I was James Dyson's secret agent, paid by him to defame the Amway Corp in the UK. However, this completely absurd accusation was subsequently withdrawn, and James Dyson's book, 'Against The Odds,' was published in the USA .
To give your readers some idea of the frightening level of control which the billionaire bosses of the 'Amway' mob can exert over their unquestioning core-adherents: in the late 1990s, attorneys acting against James Dyson on behalf of the'Amway Corp.' submitted a deposition to an American court, in which two members of my family in the UK (one of whom, my brother, was then the deluded de facto agent of the 'Amway' mob) apparently made the false claim that I had verbally boasted of being James Dyson's secret agent. I only discovered the existence of this surprising document, when I was contacted out of the blue by James Dyson's own attorneys (who, not surprisingly) wanted to know who I was. I was then able to discover for James Dyson's attorney's (via my family's attorneys) that one of the signatories of this false deposition (a confused elderly lady) was unable to remember having read such a document, let alone having signed it.
David Brear


Tex said...

You forgot the first part, "Once upon a time..." LOL

IBOFB said...

Once upon a time indeed!

I am curious though - when have I claimed "diverse individuals who have openly tried to expose 'Amway' as a cultic fraud, are secretly the deluded members of an international, anti-capitalist, cultic conspiracy"?

Must have been some time I was drunk or something .... hahahahah

Well, except for the fact you won't find this "series of paranoid documents" claiming as such - since they don't exist.

Brear, perhaps you should try the path of your hero L R Hubbard and write fantasy novels. :-)

Tex said...

Brear uses too many words, and the same ones over and over. LOL

Shyam Sundar said...

Tex, the stupid suffers from verbal constipation, rarely verbal diarrhoea. Most of the time it is only constipation. LoL

Tex said...


Shyam Sundar said...

Evidently, LoL