Friday, 2 April 2010

IBOFB, Tex it's not just a storm in tea cup but international economic sabotage

Just as I described, the masked 'Amway' Lord Haw Haw, Mr.'IBOFB' Steadson, really has been posting all manner of reality-inverting, paranoid conspiracy theories on his multiple Websites. Apparently, Shyam, according to Mr. Steadson, you and I (and countless other free-thinking individuals) are secretly the inflexible members of a 'religious fundamentalist-style cult, engaged in an Internet war against Amway' - an innocent 'Direct Selling Company' which we mistakenly believe to be 'evil.' Not surprisingly, Mr. Steadson has attempted to deny on your Blog, the existence of these absurd lies (which I have quoted almost verbatim), but which he foolishly signed using his transparent 'IBOFB' alias.
However, I see that, after being caught lying through their teeth, your two resident intellectually-castrated 'Amway'apologists, have decided to offer your readers some more comic relief.
Contrary to what they previously pretended to be reality, the puerile and abusive, Mr. Scott 'Tex' Johnson and the paranoid, Mr. 'IBOFB' Steadson, both accept that the billionaire bosses of the 'Amway' mob tried (unsuccessfully) to steal James Dyson's bagless vacuum cleaner patent and then attempted (unsuccessfully) to prevent this popular Britsh inventor from publishing a book in which he faithfully described this frightening episode in his life. However, Messrs. Johnson and Steadson have now decided (apparently independently) to play another puerile game of make-believe. This time, they both pretend that this piece of international economic sabotage was all just a storm in tea cup - an insignificant, little patent dispute of the sort that happens every day.
In reality, the billionaire bosses of the 'Amway' mob maliciously baited James Dyson with a tempting $150, 000 contract which, obviously (given their criminal track record), they had absolutely no intention of honouring. They then tried to appropriate (without any payment) a world-beating British invention which subsequently has generated billions of dollars of genuine retail sales around the globe, and created many thousands of real jobs in numerous countries. Not only that, but these manipulative American racketeers came very close to bankrupting James Dyson at a time when he didn't have much money. The standard $10, 000 patent-infringement lawsuit which James Dyson was obliged to file in Michigan against the 'Amway Corp.,' and which he finally agreed to settle (out of court) in his favour for an undisclosed sum (believed to be $10-15 millions, including costs), diverted more than half a million dollars (in legal fees) per year away from his manufacturing business. At this time, had James Dyson gone bankrupt and dropped his lawsuit, then the billionaire bosses of the 'Amway' mob would have succeeded in destroying an authentic fledgling company which has since developed into one of the most successful businesses Britain has produced in recent years.
Sir James Dyson's personal fortune was estimated in 2009 to be around £700 millions - that makes him a dollar billionaire. It's not difficult to imagine what his confidential advice would be to any budding 'Independent Business Owner' in India thinking of signing a tempting contract with the 'Amway' mob.
David Brear

1 comment:

Tex said...


Even if what you claim about Dyson is true, your credibility is completely SHOT! LOL