ShyamWhat a surprise, we have not yet received a single offer from any of the arrogant 'MLM' sheep who keep bleating their groups' scripted lies on Corporate Frauds Watch, to supply the quantifiable evidence (in the form of income-tax receipts) which would prove that someone has earned an overall-income from regularly retailing 'MLM' wampum to the public for a profit.
However, a journalist has contacted me about my booklet, 'The Universal Identifying Characteristics of a Cult,' to ask me if I could sum up why 'MLM income opportunity' fraud is a form of cultism?
This is what I replied:
An 'MLM income opportunity' cult can be briefly described as: A group of ill-informed persons who, without realizing, have become gradually dissociated from external reality by a dualistic, closed-logic, fictional scenario of 'positive versus negative, good versus evil, etc.' and who, as a result, have been effectively coerced into dissipating all their physical, financial and mental resources to the benefit of hitherto, unknown racketeers whom these dissociated persons falsely believe to be morally, and intellectually, superior
Anyone who continues to claim that 'MLM' groups are not cults, or that cultism does not exist, should read some of the many comments of 'MLM income opportunity' adherents which are regularly posted on CFW, then consider the sobering fact that, despite tens of millions of individuals being churned through thousands of copy-cat 'MLM' groups over a period exceeding 50 years, no evidence exists that any of these deluded persons have received an overall income from retailing 'MLM' wampum to the public for a profit.
David Brear (copyright 2011)