Sunday, 15 November 2009

An unoriginal scripted defence by Amway apologists

Again, one has to laugh at the unoriginal, scripted defence of 'Amway' apologists.
No matter how much he squawks his complete innocence, Lord Haw Haw Steadson is, self-evidently, the grotesque, Internet manifestation of the billionaire 'Amway' bosses' centrally-controlled, mis-information dispersal system. At all times, the 'Nazi'-style filth who operate this system are attempting to stop 'Amway' victims, and casual observers, from using their critical, and evaluative, faculties. In reality, the 'Amway' bosses live in fear and dread of millions of their victims around the world who could all potentially file criminal complaints against them with law enforcement agencies. The 'Amway' mis-information sytem is, thus, an obvious obstruction of justice and a violation of the US federal Racketeer Influenced Corrupt Organizations Act of 1970.
Sadly, for Lord Haw Haw Steadson, the recent publication of the latest net-loss payments to 'Amway' victims in the UK, arbitrarily (and laughably) defined as an 'Earnings Disclosure,' reveals many more of the thought-stopping techniques used by the 'Amway' mob. Essentially the same trick is pulled by all financial charlatans. Namely, present something that on casual inspection seems really simple to follow and beneficial to participants, which then gradually becomes so complex that, eventually, it is totally impossible to understand, but steadfastlty pretend that anyone who can't understand it must be stupid, financially illiterate, etc.
Whilst 'Amway' vicims and casual observers remain focused on the fancy hocus-pocus parrotted by 'Amway' apologists, they will never twig what is actually happening. Yet, the underlying explanation of the primary 'Amway' fraud is blindingly obvious. The centrally-controlled price and quality of the 'Amway' products renders them (effectively) unsaleable to outsiders. Thus, the 'Amway Business Opportunity' is a premeditated closed-market swindle, because it has been maliciously designed to produce insufficient external revenue to generate an overall material benefit for the overwhelming majority of its contributing participants. The tiny few who make profits in 'Amway,' are merely schills who are there to attract more victims into the trap.
Bernie Madoff also ran a premeditated closed-market swindle using schills, but he steadfastly pretended that he was an infallible financial expert who was operating 'the world's 'largest hedge fund.'
If anyone asked Madoff how he achieved his unequalled success in the markets, his standard reply was that he followed 'Split Strike Conversion Strategy'. Most people hadn't a clue what Madoff was talking about, but they didn't want to admit their ignorance. In general, the more educated enquirers were: the easier they were to fool. As we all know now, Madoff's arrogant explanations were complex and meaningless drivel designed to shut down the critical, and evaluative, faculties of persons who might file criminal complaints against him.
Sadly, Bernie Madoff avoided prison for 20 years.
David Brear

1 comment:

IBOFB said...

There we go again with Brear's reality inverting logic. I point out Amway UK has over 16000 registered customers, he responds by simply restating, contrary to all evidence, that the products are (effectively) unretailable. Why he always puts "(effectively)" I'm not sure - but I suspect it's a subsconscious response to knowingly stating a falsehood.