I see that the unmasked 'Amway' Lord Haw Haw has been dumping more unsolicited, reality-inverting bullshit on your blog. Without any substantial explanation, the inflexible propagandist for billionaire, totalitarian racketeers is still trying to convince your free-thinking readers that I am a crazy conspiracy theorist. Remember, this is coming from a young fellow who has regularly presented himself on the Net. using multiple identities (including a fictitious pirate and assassin of multiple identities) and who has previously posted his own lengthy, paranoid, conspiracy theory which he entitled 'The Internet War Against Amway.'
In the adult world of quantifiable reality, it is a matter of historical record that a dangerous minority of mythomaniacs, charlatans and would-be demagogues have always been able to get their human prey to sail blindly into positions of subjection by first bedazzling them with all manner of false beacons which seemed so welcoming and authentic that the majority of people could not have been expected to detemine exactly what lurked behind them.
Erich Voegelin http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Eric_Voegelin, was a free-thinking German who, in the decade preceding WWII had already produced an insightful explanation of the absurd, but nonetheless dangerous, 'Nazi' lie commonly-referred to as the 'Master Race.' Sadly, during the 1930s, few people took much notice of Erich Voegelin. Whilst teaching political theory and sociology at the University of Vienna, he published two books, 'The Race Idea in Intellectual History' and 'Race and the State.' In these, he pointed out the elementary scientific mistakes which invalidated various self-gratifying 'theories of Aryan racial superiority.' In 1938, Voegelin tried to publish 'The Political Religions.' In this, he focused on contemporary totalitarian 'political/economic' ideologies derived from the 'theories' which he had previously exposed as puerile pseudo-science. He now pointed out the obvious structural similarities of these ideologies to religions. Courageously, Voegelin was comparing medieval pseudo-sciences and 'Gnostic' cults to the 'Nazi' party. At this time, Adolf Hitler had held absolute power in Germany for 5 years. He had just taken control of Austria and belief in the self-gratifying 'Master Race' lie was spreading like a cancer. Unlike most contemporary commentators, Voegelin was able to take a wider view. He observed that throughout human history there have been periods of mass-alienation ... following wars, plagues, natural disasters, economic depressions, etc... during these periods, dangerous manipulators (acting like ancient 'Gnostic' prophets by steadfastly pretending moral and intellectual authority and offering some form of Utopian existence in the here and now) who at other times might be dismissed as absurd charlatans, have found it much easier to become accepted as authentic messiahs and to acquire a mass-following. Voegelin (who was a devout Roman Catholic) preferred to reason that traditional religion brought order, but it was from perverted religion that chaos and violence sprang. As if to prove the validity of this line of free-thought, in 1938, the 'Nazi' propaganda machine systematically branded Voegelin as being a member of an international anti-Aryan conspiracy, and the billionaire bosses of the 'Nazi' mob ordered the confiscation and burning of his books. He was forced to run away to the USA.
For more than 50 years, 'Amway' has been hiding a perverted 'commercial' religion founded upon a classic totalitarian 'economic/political' ideology derived from the self-gratifying lie commonly-referred to as 'Multilevel Marketing.' As if to prove the validity of this line of free-thought, the 'Amway'propaganda machine has systematically branded me as being a member of an international anti-'capitalist' conspiracy.