Friday, 20 August 2010

One of Mr 'IBOFB' Steadson's non-existent core-adherents of 'Amway' myth has appeared

Shyam
I see that your blog has received another free load of unsolicited bullshit from an intellectually-castrated core-adherent of the absurd, but nonetheless pernicious, 'Amway' myth of 'Total Financial Freedom in 2-5 Years by following a Proven Business Building Plan.'
This time, the author of the comment has actually signed it, Alex Craig, and Mr. Craig pathetically describes himself as a 'photographer, investing expert and proud Amway Business Owner.' On the evidence of his comment, Mr. Craig also apparently subscribes to the paranoid, totalistic theory that anyone criticising the object of his blind-devotion must be being paid to do so. In other words Shyam, he has been programmed to believe that you and I (and all free-thinking individuals challenging the authenticity of the 'Amway' myth) are part of an international conspiracy to destroy a legitimate Business Opportunity. Unfortunately, since the so-called 'Amway Business Opportunity' is undoubtedly a camouflaged closed-market swindle which has been proven to have had an effectively 100% failure/drop-out rate during the previous 50+ years, then Mr. Craig is self-evidently deluded. Indeed, more than half a century of quantifiable evidence proves it to be an absolute certainty that this self-proclaimed 'investment expert' will have never made one penny of overall net-profit out of operating his so-called 'Amway Business' and that he never will. Notice how Mr. Craig imagines himself to be helping himself by converting others to his group's beliefs, which is the self-gratifying and self-righteous model of reality common to deeply-deluded cult adherents. Whilst he remains under the influence of this sanctimonious bullshit, Mr. Craig systematically defends the billionaire racketeers who are exploiting him. Typically, he begins their reality-inverting 'Amway' key-words with capital letters.
What is truly pathetic about Mr. Craig's comment is that he also believes himself to be in complete agreement with the masked 'Amway' Lord Haw Haw, Mr. 'IBOFB' Steadson, whom he describes as 'nice avatar, whoever you are'. However, Mr. Craig has made specific reference to the '2-5 year Amway' myth in his comment. Yet, for obvious reasons, Mr. Steadson has steadfastly pretended that the '2-5 year Plan to Achieve Total Financial Freedom' does not exist. Thus, according to the 'Amway' Lord Haw Haw: deeply-deluded 'Amway' adherents like Mr. Craig do not exist.
David Brear (copyright 2010)

5 comments:

alexlunas said...

Wow, Why do you take things so seriously as if your life depends on it ? The most obvious reason why people are unhappy in life :) It's amusing as usual. If you find the paying part offending, sorry. I do joke around people who're so damn irritated. And what's the big deal about 'complete agreement' you're talking about ? Did you never liked masked heroes ? Watch some movies for a change. Seems you find my intro a little pathetic for no reason. So, a little more info about me. The investing expert referred as in recommending stock, mfunds and financial planning for individuals. It has no connection to amway. And I teach photography courses, so just saying photographer was brief enough.
It took me 3 years to get to the Gold producer level. Just like any business, it takes time, patience, and having a strong will. It's not for the faint heart like you who can easily diss anything you like just by pointing your finger on it. I didn't say 2-5 years will get you the 'financial freedom' they talk about but certainly more money isn't a bad thing if you get it in addition to your job. But the money our team makes is certainly off sales to 8-10 customers and self consumptions. I see you've stressed a lot on a 'overpriced' term. Use google, read reader's digest. Nutrilite is the no.1 health supplement brand for more than 8 years. It's a growing business whose turnover is now more if not less than SAIL itself. Where do you get all the wrong facts from ?

Cloud said...

Your blog is just like fire, no matter who argues, you still get burned. I tried to be humble and will still be so. I've come to my wits, and I agree you should post more funny stuff like this. I'm now convinced you like fighting for nothing, just like the terrorists do. It's a shame you have developed such hatred against something you know the least about. Your talk about being so caring about the society is pathetic. Why don't you donate all your money to charity and go to sanyas ? Try joining the army and killing the real terrorists and maoists. That will be more helpful to the society than just verbally rambling about a company. It's easy to speak anything, god gave you that right. But what you say is what you bring more into the world. Study the Law of attraction. You'll know why I questioned the reason of this blog. If this 'scheme' as you see it is soooo evil, then it'll die by it's own. But wait!? It hasn't till now, so it will profitable never. Your baffled posts with less sense and more incorrect facts prove nothing. You've wasted enough time for most of the comment posters, I hope god would give you some peace.

IBOFB said...

Brear is continuing with his dishonest tactic of putting words in to people's mouths and then arguing against them.

This kind of strawman attack is a classic tactic of those with bankrupt arguments and bankrupt integrity.

What's worse, Brear does it twice in the same point!

As Mr Craig points out, he never mentioned 2-5 years to financial freedom - he mentioned 2-5 years of hard work to "make a good profit".

Heck, I was making a good profit after 2-5 months!

Brear also claims here and elsewhere, falsely, that I have somewhere claimed that nobody in Amway talks about "2-5years to financial freedom". I've never said any such thing. Unlike Brear and his partner in crime Shyam Sundar, who pretend to know what every Amway rep in the world does, I have no such pretention.

In reality, I'm certain there have been Amway reps make such claims. I just know that Amway doesn't, and it's not what I was ever told.

Can you reach "financial freedom" in 2-5 years with Amway? Absolutely, I know people who have done it. Is it common? Nope. It's about as common as putting in the work recommended for 2-5 years to do it!

Shyam Sundar said...

A criminal calling everyone criminal. I am a law-abiding citizen exposing the misdeeds of crooks like you who are out to loot humanity at large.

Joecool said...

Maybe lord Haw haw can name some of these mysterious people who have achieved financial freedom?

Are they still working? Are they living on Amway income or tools income?

Sounds more like fiction to me, but not surpraising considering the course.