I observe that a new shoal of intellectually-castrated apologists for 'MLM income opportunity' fraud has been posting scripted 'MLM' bull-shit on Corporate Frauds Watch.
Laughably, without the slightest evidence to back them up, these insolvent, but arrogant 'MLM' worshippers all keep chanting the same tired old 'Amway' sophisms and slogans.
One of these pathetic little liars, who is attempting to defend the copy-cat 'Amway' racket known as 'Club Asteria,' says:
'Give a man a fish and you will feed him for a day, but teach a man to fish and you will feed him for life.'
Years back, I first encountered this particular bull-shit, when it was being chanted by an 'Amway' worshiper.
At the time, I remarked that fishermen are notorious for exaggerating the size of their catch. Unfortunately, no 'MLM' worshiper has been taught how to feed himself/herself for a day, let alone feed himself/herself for life. All the evidence proves that 'MLM' worshipers have been taught how to catch their social contacts, who in turn catch their own social contacts, ad infinitum, in order to keep feeding cash into the bulging nets of the bosses of various organized crime groups who have all copied the billionaire 'Amway' racketeers.
'Amway' has always been a dissimulated perversion of the traditional 'Christian' faith, in which a never-ending chain of insolvent victims have been peddled the attractive Gospel (good news) that, through total belief, anyone can achieve a form of paradise on Earth - a state of grace referred to within 'Amway' as 'total financial freedom'. It is, therefore, no coincidence that perverted 'Amway' preachers chose the analogy of 'fishermen' to promote their 'Gospel' of greed; for, in the Bible, Jesus chose poor fishermen for his first Disciples. Indeed, Jesus told his new Disciples that he was going to make them 'fishers of men.'
As ever, CFW challenges any deluded 'MLM' fishers of men to produce the quantifiable evidence (in the form of their income tax receipts) which proves that they have earned a net- annual-income from regularly retailing goods, and/or services, to the public for a profit.
David Brear (copyright 2011)