Saturday, 1 May 2010

Kippaax would have sold exclusive gym memberships

I observe that the latest circular direction taken by the unmasked 'Amway' Squealer, Mr. David J. Steadson, has brought his inflexible 'MLM' sophistry back to its feeble starting point. Unfortunately, exactly as described in George Orwell's 'Animal Farm', Mr. Steadson's parallel 'pig' logic only makes sense to economically-illiterate, and/or intellectually-castrated, creatures.
As the billionaire bosses of the 'Amway' mob and the vile little Canadian narcissist, Alan Kippax, have proved, absolutely any banal product(s), and/or service(s), can be used to camouflage a closed-market swindle or money circulation scheme. Originally, Mr. Kippax hid behind 'Canadian Treasure Traders Ltd.' He offered UK victims their very own 'Independent Business' selling exclusive, good value, high-quality emeralds. When this absurd fake was shut down by UK government trade officials, Mr. Kippax fled to Canada where he hid behind 'Business In Motion Inc.' He offered his new victims their very own 'Independent Business' selling exclusive, good value, high-quality travel products. In both cases, Mr. Kippax retained absolute control over the price and quality of the goods and services which his companies supplied to their non-salaried commission agents. Despite what Mr. Kippax steadfastly pretended to be reality, these were fixed at a level which rendered them (effectively) unsaleable on the open market. However, Mr. Kippax' victims were constantly assured that they didn't need to sell anything to make big money. They could exactly duplicate a 'Proven Business Building Plan' in which they could just purchase a regular amount of goods or services from Kippax' companies and recruit their friends and relatives to duplicate the same 'Proven Business Building Plan'. 'Profits,'they were constantly assured, would multiply in a geometric progression. Thus, Mr. Kippax set up his closed-market swindles, in which (effectively) unsaleable wampum was used to lure victims into making regular, illegal payments to Mr. Kippax, and into recruiting their friends and relatives to do the same, in the false belief that 'MLM' was a perfectly legal and proven way to achieve 'Total Financial Freedom.'
In the adult world of quantifiable reality, because Mr. Kippax' schemes had no significant or sustainable external revenue (other than that deriving from their victims), it was impossible for the overwhelming majority of contributing participants to receive an overall profit. In setting up these illegal schemes, Mr. Kippax copied the billionaire bosses of the 'Amway' mob, profiting from their infiltration of traditional culture. Mr. Kippax is an unoriginal economic-alchemist peddling ill-informed individuals infinite shares in their own finite money. Once you know how the 'MLM' trick is pulled, the camouflage is revealed as being completely irrelevant. Indeed, as Mr. Steadson and his criminal associates know full-well, Mr. Kippax could have chosen to offer his victims their very own 'Independent Business' selling exclusive, good value, high-quality, gym memberships.
David Brear (copyright 2010)

1 comment:

IBOFB said...

What (exactly) do you mean by (effectively) Brear?

Given the way you use it, it seems to mean something like (the following claim is not true)