Wednesday, 29 December 2010

Hopefully the last load of unsolicited 'MLM' bullshit for 2010 has been dumped

I see that a certain Mr. Bryan Lever (who bears an uncanny physical resemblance to Bernie Madoff) has left an intellectually-castrated comment under your factual post Mannatech to pay millions to victims for false cla...".
Mr. Lever states that:
'Mannatech is listed on the NASDAQ stock exchange. You need to ask yourself why if it is an illegal operation or pyramid scam. I suggest you do your homework and learn about the technology of NWM as the most efficient distribution method in the world today. That is why it is endorsed by the likes of Warren Buffet, Robert Kiosaki and Donald Trump and thousands of professional people around the world. Are you better qualified than them? Get some education and then rewrite your blog.'
Unfortunately, although Mr. Bryan Lever steadfastly pretends moral and intellectual authority, this unqualified (and unquestioning) fellow is merely repeating essentially the same old scripted-bullshit which has been previously dumped (ad nauseam) on your Blog by the unmasked 'Amway' Lord Haw Haw, and which has obviously been fed to Mr. Lever by 'Mannatech's' own reality-denying propagandists.
Contrary to what Mr. Lever apparently believes to be reality, Warren Buffet does not endorse any 'MLM' fraud and it is libellous for Mr. Lever to imply that he does.
Robert Kiosaki is a notorious 'MLM' parasite, posing as a 'business guru' and 'positive role model,' who has bagged a dubious fortune from peddling 'motivation'/'positive thinking' to countless insolvent 'MLM' victims.
Donald Trump (who has lately become involved with 'MLM' fraud) requires no further comment.
Bernie Madoff was the Chairman of NASDAQ, so'Mannatech's' listing on this stock exchange is hardly a guarantee of commercial authenticity.
Apparently, Mr. Lever is a professional photographer and video producer. Exactly how these twin artistic pursuits qualify him to judge the authenticity of any confidence trickster(s), he doesn't care to explain. However, Steven Spielberg is one of the world's most-successful film director/producers; yet, he couldn't spot that Bernie Madoff was a dangerous sociopath, liar and criminal.
Mr.Lever can read about more of Bernie Madoff's celebrity victims in Forbes magazine . Perhaps this shocking information will stimulate Mr. Lever's critical faculties and help him to confront the painful reality that narcissistic racketeers have cheated well-educated persons (like himself), by first tricking rich and famous opinion-makers into endorsing camouflaged, closed-market swindles.
Perhaps Mr. Lever can think back to a time before he became an unquestioning adherent of the self-gratifying 'MLM' lie.
David Brear (copyright 2010)

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