Monday, 31 January 2011

'MLM' cults operate their own 'Fair Game' policy

Shyam
The pejorative terms: 'conspiracy theory' and 'conspiracy theorist,' have often been used by propagandists working for 'MLM' racketeers, in a criminal attempt to destroy the credibility of anyone challenging the authenticity of their economically-suicidal 'business opportunities.' However, the grotesque tactics used by the bosses of 'MLM' cults are exactly the same as those used by the bosses of 'Scientology.' Any dissenting individual, who is perceived to be a real danger to 'Scientology's' monopoly of information and continuing profits, has been systematically categorized by the organization's paranoid controlling scenario as 'Fair Game' http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Fair_Game_(Scientology)
Absurd as it might seem to casual observers, the quantifiable evidence proves that the most-fanatical core-'Scientologists' really believe that they alone are 'superior enlightened and moral beings engaged in a secret war against evil extra-terrestrials who, unknown to the rest of humanity, inhabit and control the minds and bodies of morally and intellectually inferior non-Scientologists.'
For decades, Scientology' apologists have been trained in the dark art known as 'bull-baiting.' In the past, critics of 'Scientology' (particularly, well-informed journalists who ask probing questions about the paranoid 'secret Scientology scriptures') have been subjected to co-ordinated, devious techniques of psychological persuasion designed to provoke them into losing their tempers, and, thus, they have appeared irrational and violent in front of cameras. The most infamous recent use of this tactic was in 2007, when a well-known BBC television reporter, John Sweeney, exploded into a brief rage after being subjected to hours of 'bull-baiting' at the hands of 'Scientology's' leading character-assassin, Tommy Davis.

Despite the recent news that various Canadian 'MLM' racketeers are finally facing criminal charges of fraud, Canada's premier 'MLM' whistle-blower, David Thornton, is still being falsely attacked as a 'violent paranoid conspiracy theorist' for not just challenging the authenticity of so-called 'MLM' and trying to warn his fellow citizens, but also for trying to expose corrupt Canadian police officers and public servants who have been de facto agents of these pernicious criminogenic groups.
In both Canada and the USA, 'MLM' racketeers have posed as compassionate capitalists, Christians and patriots. However, the connections between 'MLM business opportunity' fraud and the so-called 'Religious Right' in N. America, have been abundantly obvious for decades. Indeed, 'MLM' fraud is also known a 'Prosperity Gospel' fraud.
Absurd as it might seem to casual observers, the quantifiable evidence proves that the most-fanatical core-'Amway' adherents really believe that they alone are 'superior, enlightened and moral beings engaged in a secret war against Satan who, unknown to the rest of humanity, inhabits and control the minds and bodies of morally and intellectually inferior non-'Amway' adherents.
Despite their reality-inverting external camouflage, internally 'MLM' cults have been a perversion of traditional Christian beliefs and those of fraternal secret societies. For more than half a century, the narcissistic little charlatans who run these divisive gangs, have persuaded vulnerable individuals to walk into temporary de facto slavery in exchange for the empty promise of future, prosperity, freedom and happiness. When they have inevitably failed to achieve redemption, the victims of these charlatans have been systematically blamed. In this way, the worst 'MLM' victims have quite literally been deceived into selling their souls to a Devil in disguise.
Unfortunately, this is not a 'conspiracy theory'. I only wish that it was.
David Brear (copyright 2011)