Thursday, 1 April 2010

Amway apologists systematically refuse to accept evidence

Fascinating how the masked 'Amway' Lord Haw Haw , Mr.'IBOFB' Steadson is now trying to provoke me by pretending that the instigator of the 'Scientology' myth, L. Ron Hubbard, is my hero; particulary, when my clear and unambiguous view of L. Ron Hubbard as a dangerous narcissistic liar and criminal is on record, , and many of the devious techniques and strategies employed by Steadson and his 'Amway' associates, could have come straight out of a 'Scientology' training manual.
Contrary to what Mr. Steadson pretends, he has most-certainly posted (using his 'IBOFB' alias ) various paranoid documents on his multiple Websites, in which he pretends the existence of 'Anti-Capitalist Anti-Amway Cult' the members of which are engaged in a secret 'Internet War Against Amway and Multilevel Marketing.'
I was very surprised to see, Shyam, that you are still allowing the puerile and abusive Mr. Scott 'Tex' Johnson to disrupt your Blog after his recent contributions.
Contrary to what Johnson and Steadson pretend (in their most recent puerile comments), it is a matter of public record that agents of the 'Amway' mob approached James Dyson, attempted (unsuccessfully) to steal his patent and then (years later) tried (usuccessfully) to prevent him from publishing his autobiography, 'Against The Odds,' in which he detailed these shocking events.
Amway Corporation v. James Dyson, Case No. 1:97-CV-295, 1997 U.S. Dist. LEXIS 15735
Again, contrary to what Mr. Johnson and Mr. Steadson pretend (in their most recent puerile comments), there are a string of independent witnesses to the fact that 'Amway's' US attorneys attempted to introduce fabricated documentary evidence in the form of a false deposition (signed by an elderly and confused member of my family acting under the influence of my 'Amway' adherent brother) into the company's 1997 (failed) lawsuit against James Dyson, that I had (verbally) boasted of having been paid by James Dyson to defame 'Amway' in the UK. This false deposition was subsequently withdrawn after I contacted my elderly family member's own attorney, Mr. John Adshead, in the UK, who had (until that time) been completely unaware of his client's involvement in a major US lawsuit. After making his own enquiries, this attorney stated to me that he would have strongly-advised his client against becoming involved in the case of the Amway Corporation versus James Dyson, but that his client now claimed to have no knowledge of ever having signed any deposition referring to me.
Predictably, Mr. Johnson and Mr. Steadson still systematically refuse to accept any, and all, evidence which proves 'Amway' to be an ongoing major organized crime group.
David Brear


Tex said...

WOW! Dyson demanded $10,000? What's that, a dime for each vacuum cleaner? LOL

IBOFB said...

oh yes ... a patent dispute ... clearly that's evidence of major organised crime!

Quick, shut down the global economic system! Oh, I mean, just all the companies that have ever been involved in a patent dispute .... ah, may as well shut down the whole thing ....