Tuesday, 22 February 2011

Hiding key-information about 'MLM business opportunity' fraud, is itself a crime


Shyam 
The Andhra Pradesh police are to be congratulated for filing a criminal case against 'KMJ Land Developers India Ltd.' 
It is universally accepted that lying to people in order to take their money, is fraud - which is a form of theft. However, the withholding of key-information from people in order to take their money, is also fraud.
So why have the thieves, and their de facto criminal associates, perpetrating, and hiding key-information about the catastrophic results of, so-called 'MLM business opportunities,' generally not been charged with fraud? 
Even the briefest examination of the available evidence reveals 'KMJ Land Developers India Ltd.' to be a classic example of an illegal, money circulation scheme disguised as a so-called 'MLM business opportunity'. Exactly like the 'Amway' original, 'KMJ'  is a malicious lie designed to appeal to the instinctual desires of its victims in order to shut down their critical faculties and lure them into a cruel trap. For more than 50 years, 'MLM' victims have been systematically blamed for wasting their time and money. Predictably, the instigators of the closed-logic 'KMJ' lie have constantly repeated 'Amway'-style reality-inverting key words and images ('income', 'freedom', 'security', 'dreams', etc). In this way, these racketeers have sought to control the thinking of not only their victims, but also casual observers. One thing is certain, in the adult world of quantifiable reality, prolonged unquestioning belief in the 'KMJ' version of the divisive 'MLM' fairytale, will have resulted in depression, destitution, dissociation, debt, divorce and possibly even death. 
It used to astonish me that there is an almost total absence of politicians discussing the ongoing problem of 'MLM business opportunity' fraud. However, I quickly came to the conclusion that politicians are as likely as anyone else to be fooled by the reality-inverting 'commercial' camouflage of 'MLM' racketeers and their de facto criminal associates. In my experience, most democratically-elected representatives just don't have the time to study major problems in depth, because they are too busy dealing with the day to day problems of their constituents. Consequently, even Ministers tend to rely on civil servants to supply them with information upon which they make policy decisions. Unfortunately, there is no guarantee that civil servants in key-posts cannot be fooled, and/or corrupted, by the de facto agents of racketeers, who are experts at pretending affinity with regulators. 
In Britain, there are around 600 members of Parliament at Westminster, as well as parliamentary assemblies in Scotland and Wales. The only occasion in the recent past that 'MLM' was officially touched on by politicians in the UK was when technical legislation concerning trading schemes was updated at Westminster in the 1990s. At that time, various de facto agents of 'MLM' racketeers, including the Director of the so-called 'UK Direct Selling Association,' were consulted by idle-minded officials in the Competition and Policy Directorate at the UK Dept. of Trade and industry. As a result, a misleading consultation document was published which included plenty of unqualified, reality-inverting 'MLM' terminology. One of the key-officials responsible was Mrs. Dyllis Gane. As far as I am aware, not one independent expert with a clear understanding of 'MLM business opportunity' fraud was consulted by civil servants (on behalf of UK legislators) about the modifications to trading schemes law enacted during the 1990s. Furthermore, when the proposed legislation was first announced, hundreds of members of the UK Parliament (including all Trade and Industry Ministers) were lobbied by deluded 'Amway' adherents who outwardly appeared to be happy and successful 'Independent Business Owners.' All these people had obviously been centrally-directed (at their own expense) to contact their political representives. Various misleading contributions were made to debates by a few Conservative members of the UK Parliament.  One such useful idiot was Andrew Rowe. He had been fooled into becoming a temporary de facto agent of the 'Amway' racketeers. Sadly, Mr. Rowe is now dead, but for at least three years, he apparently truly-believed (after being approached by 'Amway's' company officers and deluded adherents) that 'Amway' is an 'ethical direct sales company' whose officers had purely honest motives for wanting to give him £10 000 per year to act as a 'parliamentary consultant .' 
In the wake of the 1990s modifications to UK trading schemes legislation (which obviously made absolutely no reference to'MLM business opportunity' fraud), the same idle-minded officials the UK Dept of Trade and Industry, including Mrs Dyllis Gane, produced a misleading pamphlet which was supposed to explain to the UK public how to spot pyramid fraud and how to complain about it. It might have been helpful if the authors of this document had known how to spot pyramid fraud themselves; for it didn't even begin to address the important issue of how pyramid fraud has escaped prosecution by persuading people that they can become rich by giving their money in exchange for effectively-valueless wampum (at inflated prices) and recruiting their friends and relatives to duplicate the same endless chain system. Unbelievably, the UK government's trading schemes pamphlet included the contact details of the so-called 'UK Direct Selling Association' in reference to making complaint about pyramid fraud. The UK officials might as well have been directing lambs to a pack of wolves. Interestingly, when 'Amway' was finally investigated in the UK by more-rigorous officials in the same Trade and Industry Dept., this misleading document was quietly withdrawn. Obviously, it would have been deeply-embarrassing for officials like Mrs. Dyllis Gane, if a criminal investigation had been pursued into the subversive activities of the long-time Director of the so-called 'UK DSA,' Richard Berry. 
In 2004, another UK government regulatory Dept., the Office of Fair Trading, gave its approval to a 'code of conduct' proposed by Richard Berry and his de facto bosses in the USA  http://www.oft.gov.uk/news-and-updates/press/2004/209-04 . This time, the idle-minded official responsible was Mr. Colin Brown, who led the OFT 'Code Administration' team which made this dangerous decision. Mr. Brown, conveniently ignored 5 decades of quantifiable evidence proving that precious few agents of so-called 'direct-selling companies' have ever lawfully sold anything to the public for a profit anywhere in the world. The same team of idle-minded OFT officials created no independent mechanism to verify that such a pointless self-regulatory instrument (for a 'business' which hasn't really existed) would even be enforced. Indeed, the investigation of 'Amway UK Ltd.' pursued by other UK government agents proved quite conclusively that this so-called 'DSA code of conduct' was most-certainly not enforced between 2004 and 2007, and that that the document's real funtion was, therefore, to deceive the UK public and regulators alike. Mysteriously, even now, the OFT officials have never withdrawn their approval of this absurd fake. Yet, one would have assumed that an organization like the UK Office of Fair Trading would be staffed by well-informed individuals who would endeavour to warn the British public about all forms of fraud. Unfortunately, deaf, dumb, blind and possibly corrupt OFT officials continue to assist foreign-based racketeers to hide the real results of 'MLM business opportunity' fraud in the UK. 
For more than 10 years, it has been my stated opinion that the grinning Directors of so-called 'Direct Selling Associations' have been hiding key information about various 'MLM business opportunity' frauds around the world, and that the salaries of these dangerous dummies have been paid with the proceeds of ongoing, major organized crime. 
One would have thought that if my analysis is incorrect, all these self-proclaimed honest people would have sued me, but their silence has been deafening. 
David Brear (copyright 2011)

3 comments:

Moderator said...

Dear Shyam Sundar

I have been approached by one of the Network Marketing companies base dout of HongKong - QI group of Companies. I would like somebody to investigate their business model. Looks fraud to me

A concerned Citizen

Shyam Sundar said...

Any networking group of company's business model is nothing but cheating. Because there is nothing like infinite chain. So keep off that company and warn your friend and relatives. IF possible lodge a complaint with authorities. Show them that there would not be an infinite chain.
Ask them to go through this blog.

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