Monday, 16 August 2010

Here is IBOFB's free load of unsolicited MLM bullshit once again

I see that you have received another free load of unsolicited 'MLM' bullshit from the inflexible merchant of unsaleable 'Amway' wampum, Lord Haw Haw, a.k.a. Mr. 'IBOFB' Steadson.
For several years Mr. Steadson has hidden behind various puerile disguises whilst posting scripted lies on behalf of billionaire racketeers. Self-evidently, this endless Internet propaganda is designed to promote fraud and prevent investigation, and , thus, forms part of a pattern of ongoing, major racketeering activity.
Depite what the masked 'Amway' Lord Haw Haw steadfastly pretends to be reality, a mountain of quantifiable evidence, proves beyond all reasonable doubt that, for more than 50 years, the bosses of the 'Amway' mob have been operating an absurd, but nonetheless pernicious, blame-the-victim closed-market swindle in which ill-informed victims (arbitrarily defined as 'Independent Business Owners' in order to prevent investigation) have been unlawfully deceived into making monthly payments of cash (arbitrarily defined as 'sales' in order to prevent investigation) and into recruiting more victims to make monthly cash payments and into recruiting more victims, etc., on the financially-suicidal pretext that the Exact Duplication of a Proven Plan of self-consumption and recruitment, combined with unquestioning belief in the Plan's infallibility, can lead anyone to 'Total Financial Freedom.'
Even now, when senior Indian Judges have seen through all his unsolicited 'MLM' bullshit, the inflexible Mr. Steadson continues to imagine that your readers want to receive it.
David Brear (copyright 2010)

1 comment:

IBOFB said...

Brear, that "mountain" in front of you that you pretend is "quantifiable evidence" is actually just the pile of BS spewing from your mouth.

Truly you inhabit a bizarre world. Someone look in a catalog. They order a product, or they don't. If they do, they hand over some money. They get the product.

Only in Bizarro Brear World is that "arbitrarly defined as 'sales'"

What would you define an exchange of cash for merchandise as, Brear?