Monday, 19 April 2010

IBOFB might have started another MLM selling Varsity Degrees

Funny isn't it, how 'Amway', an absurd large fake, tends to attract absurd little fakes who make puerile ego-inflating claims about the organization and about themselves, which they are then unable to verify. We have Mr Graham Baldwin, the self-proclaimed cult expert and former UK intelligence officer, and Mr. David Steadson the self-proclaimed business expert and former academic researcher. Unfortunately, Steadson is so proud of himself, and of his educational achievements, that he can't even declare his given name, let alone the name of his Alma Mater. However, it's becoming increasingly difficult to decipher what the masked 'Amway' Lord Haw Haw, Mr. 'IBOFB' Steadson is struggling to convey. Apparently, he now says that he claimed on your Blog that he didn't give up his alleged academic career for 'Amway' alone. However, if this is true, then the poor little lad self-evidently had such limited confidence in achieving the promised 'Amway' Utopia, that he took the wise precaution of having another 'business' activity in reserve. I wonder what Mr. Steadson's other 'business' venture is/was, Shyam? Perhaps he's started a 'MLM company' selling World-Class University Degrees?
Personally, I don't think Mr. Steadson would recognise a real business if it fell on his head.
Just a couple of minutes observing Mr. Alan Kippax in full, paranoid, 'MLM' flow, , would be sufficient for the average free-thinking person to deduce that Mr. Kippax is an absurd charlatan and a belligerent thug. Indeed, it's not that difficult to imagine him swaggering about in a 'Nazi' uniform listing all the future benefits of life in the Third Reich ... don't listen to all the lies of the negative Nazi critics, just come along to the next exciting torch-lit rally and discover the truth.However, when you add to this evidence, Kippax' previous (hidden) criminal convictions (drugs, weapons, assault) and his causing the death of his cousin and wrecking the lives of an innocent young couple, then you would have to be stark raving mad to trust one word he uttered, let alone hand him thousands of dollars. Yet, notice how Mr. Steadson limply pretends that 'Mr. Kippax's ethics are neither here nor there.' This begs the question : What ethics? Mr. Steadson then squawks Mr. Kippax' own strangely-familiar, thought-stopping 'MLM'terminology: 'Business Model' , 'Compensation Plan,' whilst giving him the benefit of the doubt.
Personally, I love Mr. Steadson's barely-coherent sentences in which he uses the word 'incoherent'.
David Brear (copyright 2010)