Wednesday, 7 September 2011

The easiest people to fool are always the people who are completely convinced that they cannot be fooled


Shyam
Sadly, the human mind does not come with an instruction manual.
Mr. Kasey Chang has previously claimed to be familiar with the work of Prof. Robert Jay Lifton who, in 1961, published a form of instruction manual for understanding how the human mind can become controlled, but without the subject of this control realizing. Sadly, when this wise professor pointed at the stars, Mr. Chang apparently only looked at his finger.
In my not so humble opinion, dealing with Mr. Chang, is like dealing with a computer that has been programmed to function in a certain way. It doesn't matter how accurate or deconstructed my explanation is of my own thinking, the Chang mind just cannot grasp what it is that I am saying, because the means of thought available to it (i.e. Mr. Chang's habitual words and images) are neither sufficiently accurate nor deconstructed.
At the risk of being accused of writing grandiose and grating prose:
Mr. Chang remains unable to admit that his intellectual capacity has been limited and controlled, without him realizing, by some very manipulative and wealthy charlatans who have mercilessly used Neuro-Linguistic Programming, i.e. the constant repetition of reality-inverting key words and images, designed to shut-down individuals' critical and evaluative faculties. Sadly, Mr. Chang still unconsciously accepts, and uses, the technical-sounding, made-up term, 'Multi-Level Marketing' (without any qualification or heavy irony) and his own ego will, evidently, not allow him to confront the reality that he's been fooled by age-old, devious techniques of psychological and social persuasion. However, he's not alone, because numerous law enforcement agents, legislators, and even judges have been similarly fooled.
Thus, Mr. Chang's already world-class oxymoron; 'MLM is legal is not in conflict with MLM is fraud,' is meaningless drivel, and on many different levels, because 'MLM' is not a traditional use of the English language; for there is no evidence to prove that so-called 'Multi-Level Marketing' (i.e. what the inventors of this reality-inverting bullshit have steadfastly pretended to be expanding networks of latter-day pedlars, a significant number of whom have regularly retailed goods, and or/or services, to the public for a profit) has ever actually existed.
Fraud (i.e. lying to people, and/or withholding key-information from them, in order to take their money) is a form of theft. Theft is illegal. So-called 'MLM' is a self-perpetuating lie which has functioned exactly like a computer virus. This pernicious hoax has been maintained for 50+ years by the constant repetition of reality-inverting key-words and images combined with the withholding of key information from the public.
After this particularly accurate and deconstructed explanation, if Mr. Chang is still unable to grasp what it is that I am saying, then I must reluctantly conclude that he probably never will. 
David Brear (copyright 2011)

2 comments:

Kasey Chang said...

Mr. Brear,

Despite your high-sounding prose, you seem to have a problem distinguishing MORALITY and LEGALITY.

"MLM is a fraud" is a MORALITY statement. There is plenty of evidence proving that.

"MLM is legal" is a LEGALITY statement. That is a statement of FACT, when it comes to US law.

You keep posting about how government failed people (American FTC first of all) thus essentially admitting that MLM is legal, but should not be.

Yet you refuse to acknowledge the point that both "MLM is legal" and "MLM is fraud" can both exist in the same universe, despite your own statements.

Even Dr. R. Fitzpatrick acknowledges that MLM model is legal in the US. Why can't you? Does admitting that "MLM is legal, but should not be" somehow weaken your position?

Sincerely,

KC

Kasey Chang said...

Mr. Brear,

You wrote that "[the notion that] 'MLM is legal is not in conflict with MLM is fraud,' is meaningless drivel"

It is NOT meaningless drivel, because legality ALWAYS lags behind morality. Laws needs to be written. Before such laws are written and affirmed, the offenses are fraud, yet still legal. Thus, MLM CAN be a fraud, and still be legal, until new laws are written outlawing it.

Did you not lament the facts that American FTC and law enforcement have not considered MLM to be illegal? Thus, the laws have not caught up to the morality?

Sincerely,

KC