Sunday, 22 November 2009

Amway, Scientology both are criminogenic cults

Despite their different external presentations, internally, 'Amway' and 'Scientology' are both examples of pernicious or criminogenic cults. Both groups are, self-evidently, composed of vast, mystifying labyrinths of (apparently independent) corporate structures pursuing lawful, and/or unlawful, activities.These have been maliciously created to prevent, and/or divert, investigation and isolate the leaders of 'Amway' and 'Scientology' from liability.
A veritable mountain of witness evidence (stretching back decades), proves that the instigators/leaders of 'Amway' and 'Scientology' make most of their money from the operation of advanced fee frauds. They seek to overwhelm their victims emotionally and intellectually by pretending that progressive initiation into their own superior knowledge (coupled with total belief in its authenticity and unconditional deference to its higher initiates) will defeat a negative or adversarial force of impurity and absolute evil, and lead to future, exclusive redemption in a form of secure Utopian existence.
By making total belief a prerequisite of redemption, the victims of 'Amway' and 'Scientology' are drawn into a closed-logic trap (i.e. failure to achieve redemption is solely the fault of the individual who didn't believe totally). Behind impressive, made up, technical-sounding names ('Multilevel Marketing' and 'Dianetics') 'Amway', and 'Scientology' , 'Self-Betterment' pseudo-science is essentially the same hypnotic hocus-pocus. It is tailored to fit the spirit of the times and to attract a broad range of persons, but especially those open to an exclusive offer of salvation. Typically, obedient 'Amway' and 'Scientology' adherents are granted ego-inflating ranks and titles, whilst non-initiates are referred to using derogatory, dehumanizing terms. Although initiation into 'Amway' and 'Scientology' can at first appear to be reasonable and benefits achievable, the 'Self-Betterment' pseudo-science gradually becomes evermore costly and mystifying. Ultimately, it is completely incomprehensible and its claimed benefits cannot be quantified. The self-righteous euphoria and relentless enthusiasm of 'Amway' and 'Scientology' proselytizers can be highly infectious and deeply misleading. They are convinced that their own salvation depends on saving others.
When challenged, the core-adherents of 'Amway' and 'Scientology' absolutely deny that any of the above is true. However, six 'Scientology' under-bosses were recently convicted of organized fraud in France. Predictably (ignoring all the evidence and the suffering of their victims), these deluded individuals seadfastly pretend to be 'completely innocent' and have filed an appeal.
Both 'Amway' and 'Scientology' apologists often use provocation techniques designed to prevent critics from thinking clearly and to make persistent critics appear to be wild and emotional to casual observers.
David Brear

1 comment:

Tex said...

Looks like you know as much about Amway as you do Scientology, next to NOTHING. LOL

You're also too scared to make a simple phone call (that's for the hordes of other readers Brear is imagining read this lame blog). LOL