According to the standard comment, which Mr. Johnson continues to leave on all independent, anglophone, news Websites carrying stories about 'Amway', 'Amway is a scam',but he still blindly refuses to accept that the organization is a criminogenic or pernicious cult which, therefore (by its very nature), cannot be reformed.
In his latest unusually-polite post on your site, Mr. Johnson has merely attempted to direct your readers to a typically, ill-informed article written by an Indian journalist who (reading between the lines) actually explains how the billionaire bosses of the 'Amway' mob are currently following one of their standard, reality-inverting tactics in India, in order to prevent investigation. By steadfastly pretending to be on the side of Indian regulators, the agents of these grinning, American racketeers are trying to make it seem unthinkable to the average, less-than-intellectually-rigorous Indian journalist or politician that 'Amway India Enterprises' is a fake 'Direct Selling Company' hiding a vast closed-market swindle and related advance fee frauds. However, the bosses of the 'Amway' mob followed exactly the same reality-inverting tactic in the UK about 20 years ago. At that time, their UK agents groomed and bribed a nice-but-dim, elderly, Conservative member of parliament, Mr. Andrew Rowe http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Andrew_Rowe , by wining, dining and stuffing him with 'MLM' bullshit and then offering him £10 000 a year to act as a 'consultant.'
Another nice-but-dim, elderly, Conservative member of parliament, Sir James Lester http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Jim_Lester, was also groomed and bribed by the Director of the so-called 'UK Direct Selling Association'. This pin-striped old-boy was also wined, dined and stuffed with 'MLM' bullshit and then offered the free use of an expensive car.
Mr. Rowe (whom I went to see in the mid 1990s) turned out to be completely ignorant of what lurks behind the shiny 'Amway'façade. He really truly believed that the company officers of 'Amway UK Ltd.' wanted tougher legislation in the UK to control pyramid scams. When it was clearly explained to Mr. Rowe how the 'Amway' pyramid scam operated and how the billionaire bosses of a US-based organized crime group were actually exploiting his greed and ignorance in order to try to steer UK legislation away from product-based pyramid scams, Mr. Rowe turned a rather strange colour and began to tremble. Less than two weeks after my meeting with him, he resigned from his job as 'Parliamentary Consultant to Amway UK,' but his paid interjections on behalf of foreign-based racketeers remain on the UK parliamentary record. Furthermore, as far as I am aware, Mr. Rowe pocketed the £30 000 with which he had already been bribed by these thieves, and never made any other public utterance on the subject of 'Amway' or on his brief, embarrassing role of a political dummy preventing the investigation of a major fraud.