Your little flock of resident, intellectually-castrated 'Amway' apologists are still squawking their heads off and trying, but failing, to provoke us into anger.
The absurd, but nonetheless dangerous, 'Amway' Lord Haw Haw, Mr. 'ABOFB' Steadson, is unable to disprove that (for more than 50 years) virtually no transient non-salaried commission agent of the 'Amway' organization anywhere in the world has managed to conduct any sustainable retail activity with members of the public. Thus, the overwhelming majority of the vast capital assets which the billionaire bosses, and millionaire under-bosses, of the 'Amway' mob have acquired control of, can only have come unlawfully from the tens of millions of constantly-churning victims of a classic, camouflaged closed-market swindle and related advance fee frauds. In reality, the origin of all this stolen wealth was essentially the same as that of the erstwhile-billionaire swindler, Bernie Madoff (sentenced to a 150 years federal prison term) and the erstwhile-millionaire swindler Charles Ponzi (who served a total of 15 years in federal and State prisons).
For years, all these (otherwise-mediocre) economic-alchemists steadfastly pretended to be generating vast external profits, but they actually peddled infinite shares in what could only be their victims' own finite money. It is a shameful indictment of US political leaders and senior officials at the US Dept. of Justice, who have allowed this American-spawned criminogenic phenomenon to adapt its camouflage since WWII, escape rigorous investigation in the land of its birth, infiltrate traditional culture and infect the rest of the world. One self-confessed chronic 'Amway' victim, Mr. Scott 'Tex' Johnson (an American citizen), puts forward the ethnocentric, morally and intellectually reprehensible point of view that, because a recent crop of senior officials at the US Federal Trade Commission (who were appointed by a Republican administration corrupted by stolen cash from the 'Amway' mob) have turned a blind eye to so-called 'MLM', then it can't be unlawful - even outside of the USA. However, senior law enforcement agents at the US Securities Exchange Commission also turned a blind eye to the camouflaged criminal activities of Bernie Madoff, despite the fact that what he was really doing was clearly explained to them on numerous occasions.
In the end, it was FBI agents who nailed Madoff (after he was obliged to confess) at which point SEC agents suddenly took action. As far as I'm aware, although a few senior SEC officials were publicly humiliated, not one has faced criminal charges. Obviously, it should be FBI agents who nail the 'Amway' mob, at which point, no doubt, FTC agents will suddenly take action. However, there are certain former senior officials at the FTC who, like their SEC counterparts, should be facing public humiliation and criminal charges themselves.