Friday, 17 December 2010

'Amway' is a global scam, but with an American remedy

Unfortunately, although the Indian republic has apparently, intellectually-rigorous legislation (dating from the 1970s) which was designed to protect the people of India by prohibiting the perpetration of all closed-market, money circulation schemes (no matter how cleverly they might be dissimulated), the legislation has (so far) proved to be of limited value. The billionaire bosses of the 'Amway' mob know full-well that when you pass a law, but fail to enforce it, you authorize the very thing which you sought to prohibit. Consequently, these wealthy American crooks have made every effort to obstruct the Indian Money Circulation Schemes Banning Act from being enforced, in order that they can continue to steal from the people of India whilst their apologists steadfastly pretend that 'Amway's' (so-called) 'MLM Business Opportunity' is authorized by the Indian government. However, this obstruction of Indian justice is obviously part of a pattern of ongoing, major racketeering activity (as defined by the US Federal Racketeer Influenced and Corrupt Organizations Act) stretching back more than 50 years, and now adversely effecting dozens of countries around the globe.
As you know, major organized crime groups like 'Amway', comprise labyrinths of (apparently independent) corporate structures pursuing lawful, and/or unlawful, enterprises which have been maliciously set up in order to prevent, and/or divert, investigation and isolate their leaderships from liability.
Sadly, no matter how tough the Indian legislation appears, Indian police officers can neither investigate, nor prosecute, the billionaire 'Amway' organ-grinders in the USA under Indian laws. However, the DeVos and VanAndel clans, and their criminal associates, have been using Indian monkeys (i.e. the corporate officers of 'Amway India Enterprises' and the 'Indian Direct selling Association') to cheat hundreds of thousands of Indian citizens.
The only effective way for India to tackle the 'Amway' problem will be for Indian law enforcement agents to select a representative a group of adversely-effected Indian 'Amway' victims, and then file a multi-billions dollar class-action RICO lawsuit in a US federal court against the billionaire bosses, and millionaire under-bosses, of the 'Amway' mob on behalf of all Indian victims. The pattern for this lawsuit is contained in the Pokorny RICO lawsuit as filed against the 'Amway' mob in California three years ago.
One would have thought that US attorneys would be queueing up to represent the people of India; for the world now knows that, in the face of a well-informed civil attack under RICO, the billionaire bosses of the 'Amway' mob are obliged to surrender.
David Brear (copyright 2010)

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