I observe that now he's become cornered, 'Amway's' kitsch-costumed, character-assassin, Mr. 'IBOFB' (or should that be 'ABOFB' ?) Steadson, has thrown a temper tantrum on your Blog. At first glance, I thought that it was just another typical dose of puerile abuse from Mr. 'Tex' Johnson. Self-evidently, Steadson's latest statements, and related-rhetorical questions, are based on completely unsubstantiated claims (from the 'Amway' Ministry of Truth) regarding the number of insolvent active 'Amway' adherents, and their personal motivation for, currently giving their money to the billionaire bosses, and millionaire under-bosses, of the 'Amway' mob.
Rather suspicious isn't it, that young Mr. Steadson - someone who steadfastly pretends that he's just an honest bloke innocently trying to sell a few household products to his friends and neighbours - should have ready-access to this veritable avalanche of 'Amway' misinformation, and that he should also find the need to spend half his life attempting to broadcast scripted-propaganda to the entire world whilst attempting viciously to character-assassinate any free-thinking individual challenging its authenticity; via his own multiple websites (in various languages) and his constant masked-interventions on Blogs such as Corporate Frauds Watch?
It is also rather suspicious that Mr. Steadson confesses to having attempted to gather intelligence about me. Although, what he states in his most recent comments is typically misleading. In reality, along with Dr. Edward Lottick (former Chairman of the Cult Awareness Network) I registered a private company in the UK, Axiom Books Ltd., which existed on the list of UK companies for several years and which published an academic booklet entitled, 'The Universal Identifying Characteristics of a Cult.' This work remains my exclusive copyright whilst Axiom Books Ltd., which never traded, was voluntarily dissolved.
Contrary to what the squawking 'Amway' Lord Haw Haw pretends, I don't claim to be perfect. I fully-recognise that morality is only what is regarded as an acceptable standard of behaviour by whatever culture we live in. I based my investigation ofcultic groups, and their rackets, on quantifiable evidence, and my analysis of this evidence on rules made by democratic institutions defining what is criminal, and/or unethical. Like you Shyam, I didn't invent this evidence or write these rules.