I never cease to be amused by the child-like lack of intellectual and psychological development displayed by Mr. Scott 'Tex'Johnson whilst, at the same time, he steadfastly pretends absolute moral and intellectual authority. Apparently, the poor little lad now can't understand what the simple term, 'independent funds,' refers to in the phrase 'usually with access to independent funds' (with reference to the minority core-group of 'Amway' adherents who manage to stay in the organization for more than 5 years). Unfortunately, the ridiculous question that Mr. Johnson has recently posted on your Blog on this very subject, is grammatically incorrect.
Your resident, insolvent financial expert, Mr. Johnson, already accepts that virtually no one (including himself) has ever earned an overall profit out of running a so-called 'Amway Business.' However, the tiny minority of chronic victims of the'Amway' closed-market swindle (including himself) who manage to continue for extended periods wasting their own time and money trying to recruit others into the swindle, although arbitrarily defined by the billionaire bosses of 'Amway' as 'Independent Business Owners,' are de facto slaves (i.e. persons who work without payment). By simple deduction, a de facto 'Amway' slave (including Mr. Johnson) must have access to another independent source of money in order to continue to finance their insolvent 'Amway' activity. In certain well-documented cases, 'Amway' de facto slaves have committed serious criminal acts in order to obtain sufficient indendent funds to continue to pursue their 'Amway Dreams,'whilst others have recklessly dissipated their: savings, inheritances, and/or those of their friends and family members, or they have run up huge debts with banks and credit companies.
It makes me wonder what was the source of the independent funds that Mr. Johnson has been enthusiastically wasting for the previous 17 years in the deluded belief that he will eventually achieve 'Total Financial Freedom'?