Wednesday, 6 January 2010

Hard-core fanatics are there in every cult, Amway no exception

Well there we have it (in all its tragic absurdity), the ongoing saga of Mr. Scott E. Johnson alias 'Tex' - a strangely-pathetic, but nonetheless arrogant, middle-aged, white American Protestant male who, in defence of his fragile ego, has persisted (for 17 years) in handing his time and money to the billionaire bosses, and millionaire under-bosses, of the 'Amway' mob. Typically, these cultic racketeers have taken control of Johnson's thinking and behaviour by building an irrational fear in his mind that if he abandons 'Amway' completely and goes to law enforcement agents, journalists, legislators, etc., to confess that he's been defrauded and used to defraud others, he will be forever branded as a 'Quitter and Complainer.' It makes me wonder what sensitive personal information Johnson has previously disclosed to his 'Amway' handlers to enable them to penetrate so deeply into his personality.
Johnson's obsequious letter to Richard DeVos of 2005, in which he insists that he is neither 'Quitter' nor 'Complainer,' not only reveals the irrational mind-set of cult core-adherents, but also demonstrates how their unconditional deference can only serve to confirm and magnify their leaders' own delusions. Indeed, it's not difficult to see how wealthy cultic racketeers (like the De Vos and Van Andel clans) can come to believe themselves to be omnipotent when, even after decades of heartless abuse and exploitation, certain victims still crawl to them and lick their boots like obedient dogs seeking a pat on the head.
If Scott Johson had any real courage, and/or strength of character, I think he would probably have come completely out of the 'Amway' kennel years ago.
Sadly, history proves that in every cult there are always a hard-core of fanatics who would rather die than make the effort to think for themselves.
David Brear


Joecool said...

tex is about 52 or 53 years old. He's over the hill, not middle aged.

Tex said...


You don't have a clue.

I have contacted ALL of the types of people you listed (law enforcement agents, journalists, legislators) and many more.

I stopped being financially abused by the Amway tool scam several years ago.

Just because I decided to START the conversation in a polite manner almost 5 years ago doesn't mean I have continued this approach. If you bothered to read my blog or other posts prior to my blog, you wouldn't make such a stupid statement....or perhaps you would, as your lack of accuracy is exceeded only by your stupidity. LOL

Tex said...


I haven't even entered my prime when it comes to Amway.

quixtarisacult said...


Textard still buys his monthly consignment of Amway soap. Ironic since he could use a real washing of his brain, rather than the brain work he believes about his Amway masters, er crooks.

quixtarisacult said...


I suppose textard has a few years left to get suckered before his dirt nap.