Friday, 10 September 2010

In the adult world of quantifiable reality, 'IBO' = Insolvent Bullshit Offerer


As you know, historically, the leaders of pernicious cults and totalitarian regimes have sought to control all information entering not only their adherents’ minds, but also that entering the minds of casual observers. This has been achieved by constantly denigrating all external sources of information whilst constantly repeating the group’s reality-inverting key words and images, and/or by the physical isolation of adherents. Cults leaders systematically categorize, condemn and exclude as unenlightened, negative, impure, absolutely evil,etc. all free-thinking individuals and any quantifiable evidence challenging the authenticity of their imaginary scenarios of control. In this way, the minds of cult adherents can become converted to accept only what their leadership arbitrarily sanctions as enlightened, positive, pure, absolutely righteous,etc. Consequently, adherents habitually communicate amongst themselves using their group’s thought-stopping ritual jargon, and they find it difficult, if not impossible, to communicate with negative persons outside of their group whom they falsely believe to be not only doomed, but also to be a suppressive threat to redemption.

After years of his constant repetition of the reality-inverting, cultic key words, 'Independent Business Owner', to hide the ugly truth about himself and all the other tens of millions of transient, insolvent 'Amway' adherents (whom he has lately admitted have never been in business at all), the unmasked 'Amway' Lord Haw Haw, Mr. 'IBOFB' Steadson, would now have your readers believe that he does not use the term, 'IBO,' - it's 'Amway' that does and he objects to this. (By 'Amway,' I presume Mr. Steadson means the grinning little gang of billionaire cultic racketeers who control the shifty labyrinth of counterfeit corporate structures most-commonly referred to as'Amway').
Mr. Steadson also now claims that when the billionaire bosses of the 'Amway' mob say they currently have 3 millions 'IBOs', they are only including the approximately 50 % of transient, Insolvent Bullshit Offerers who have renewed at least one reality-inverting, cultic annual contract .
Again, I imagine that after posting these latest (in a long series of mind-scrambling, ludicrous, self-contradictory and unsubstantiated) affirmations, Mr. Steadson sang three choruses of 'Walzing Matilda' and then fell down in another heap.
David Brear (copyright 2010)


IBOFB said...

More lies, or just incapable of basic comprehension, Brear?

I never said I don't use the term IBO. Read the post and get a clue.


I'm surprised though that your head doesn't explode when your involved in a discussion with an IBO (me) while simultaneously claiming I've been brainwashed not be involved in such discussions.

I suspect the cognitive dissonance drove you quite batty a long time ago. Well ... perhaps the battiness came first. What does your therapist say?

corporate frauds watch said...

Mr. Brear and Mr. Sundar, thank-you for having the guts to tell the truth about Amway to the world. It makes me boil when I read what Steadson says about not selling products being the fault of IBOs. He's a liar, the Amway he describes is nothing like the Amway I saw. It nearly destroyed my life. For 5 years I travelled to meetings all over Ireland and paid hundreds of pounds to go to Major Functions at the NEC Birmingham. Just like you say, the IBO's are taught from stage and in books and CDs, selling is a waste of time. In Upline Counselling I was told the real secret to exploding the Business was buying 200 PV of product every month and sponsoring 6 who would all buy 200 PV and sponsor 6 more = 36 = 7200 PV they would all buy 200 PV and sponsor 6 more = 216 = 43200 PV they would all buy 200 PV and sponsor 6 more = 1296 = 259200 PV. I was also told that by Duplication there was no limit to the amount of money I could earn. Ambot men had to learn to smile and show the plan draw a pyramid of circles and numbers. We were taught by Upline to wear a dark suit with white shirt and a bright tie and each word and gesture had to be learned by heart and rehearsed. Ambot women had to wear a skirt or dress and learn to smile and nod like they understood. If you didn't say it was Amway it could look OK on paper, but most Irish folk could tell it was an American scam. What Downline I built quit. We walked and talked like Mormon preachers but we couldn't find anyone to convert. I quit when I read Ivan Cooper on the tool scam in the Sunday World . It suddenly hit me the money was in the Dream not the products. Amway is a pyramid scam and a prosperity cult and Stephen Stranney is one of the liars who got rich off my sinful greed. I saw my friends and neighbours and my own flesh and blood turning away when they saw me coming. I don't know why Mr. Cooper believed Amway products were top quality in the Sunday World. You can get better stuff at tescos for less. In 5 years I bought about £10000 of what you rightly call Amway wampum because I was following the 200 PV Duplication Plan. I also wasted about £25000 on the tools and various other expenses. As for getting money back from Amway, by the time you come to your senses refunds are impossible. There was no money back on the tools. When I was forced to move house thanks to all my Amway losses, I waited till it was dark and dumped the wampum in a skip.