Thursday, 14 January 2010

Tex stubbornly denies Amway bosses' role in racketeering

Again, it must be interesting for your free-thinking readers to observe the systematic functioning of Mr. Scott 'Tex' Johnson's castrated 'Amway' mind, manifest in his chronic incapacity to read (let alone comprehend) plain, unambiguous English - when this confronts him with ego-destroying, external reality.
Unfortunately for Mr. Johnson, more than half a century of shameful evidence proves (beyond all reasonable doubt) that the so-called 'Amway Business Opportunity' has been the front for a premeditated closed-market swindle - an unviable system of economic exchange maliciously set up (and centrally-controlled from Michigan in the USA) so as to produce insufficient external revenue to pay the overwhelming majority of its contributing-participants an overall profit.
To date, this particularly-callous, false beacon of hope has lured many millions of unwitting individuals around the world (including Mr. Johnson himself and my own brother in the UK) into a position of financial, and/or physical, and/or psychological, vulnerability which has facilitated their falling victim to an even more pernicious and profitable, secondary, advanced fee fraud.
Despite them acknowledging 'problems' decades ago (and unless compelled to do so by the threat of rigorous investigation), the billionaire bosses of 'Amway' (comprising senior members of the De Vos and Van Andel clans) have done (effectively) nothing to make the unviable, closed-system of economic exchange (which they set up and still control) viable, or to prevent the secondary advanced fee fraud from continuing. Moreover, the 'Amway' bosses have gone to the most extraordinary lengths to hide the shameful evidence of their crimes, including operating their own 'obligatory' system of 'dispute resolution' and corrupting the US (and other) administration(s). However, given the wider evidence, it doesn't take a genius to work out that the bosses of 'Amway' are classic, cultic racketeers who have created a typically-mystifying labyrinth of corporate structures pursuing lawful, and/or unlawful, activities in order to prevent, and/or divert, investigation and isolate themselves from liability.
Unlike the billionaire 'Amway' bosses and their squawking Internet apologist, Lord Haw Haw Steadon, Mr. 'Tex' Johnson cannot deny the existence of countless destitute, divorced, dissociated and even dead victims littering the rocky route to the promised 'Amway' Utopia. Instead, Johnson clings to the absurd, but nonetheless dangerous, beliefs that the billionaire 'Amway' bosses are not responsible for all this human wreckage and that the so-called 'Amway Business Opportunity' is an authentic beacon of hope. Frighteningly, amongst the vile little gang of apologists of the false 'Nazi' beacon of hope, there are those who, in the face of a mountain of quantifiable evidence, steadfastly deny the existence, and/or scale, of the Holocaust and there are those who acknowledge its existence, but who steadfastly deny the 'Supreme Leaders' responsibility.
David Brear


Joecool said...

Tex also denies being a racist, but that has also been confirmed, along with the fact that he cannot graps reality.

Joecool said...

Here's an excerpt of tex's lunacy from another blog:

Porkchopjim Says:

December 29th, 2008 at 10:54 AM
Hey Texie,

That ‘sharing my post with your family on Christmas Day for a laugh’ is almost as bad of a lie as your ‘black friends’ one. How long has your family left you? I wondered when that was going to happen, and when you’re stuck trolling Amway posts like insider on Christmas, that’s all the proof I need.

Because, here’s how it would have happened if you ‘shared’ like you said you did:

Family Member 1 (FM1): Where’s Scott (Tex)?
Family Member 2 (FM2): Guess.
FM1: On the computer?
FM2: Yup.
FM1: You’re kidding me.
FM2: Nope.
FM1: On Christmas?
FM2: Go see for yourself.

(FM2 and FM1 go to find Tex.)

FM2: Hey, idiot, don’t you know it’s Christmas?
Tex: Oh, hi! You showed up just in time! I want to share this with you – this loser called Porkchop…I’m about to slam him!
FM2: Let me see. Wow. That guy IS a loser. Says he’s 50 years old, been in Amway for 15 years and has lost upwards of $35K, never had more than 10 downline, has NO downline now (because if he did, he’d be able to get help from his upline for them – Oops!), took him 12 years to figure out he was being scammed. Plus, he’s taken to buying truckloads of useless ‘Amway tools’ to start some kind of empire? Amazing! Let him have it, Tex!
FM1: Um – no, that’s not Porkchop. That’s Tex.
FM2: You’re kidding me.
FM1: Nope.
FM2: Amazing.
FM1: Yup. Tex is even worse at this than he was at Amway – and that’s saying something.
Tex: Shut up. You don’t know. I’m an important person.
FM2: Really? I’m not seeing it.
Tex: I’m behind the scenes important.
FM2: Oh, that’s what you’re calling it. You do this all the time?
Tex: Yes.
FM1: What’s in all the boxes in the garage, Tex?
Tex: My future and my power.
FM1 and FM2: You need help.

The hundreds, if not thousands, of exchanges serve the superb purpose of displaying to all what an idiot you are, and that your influence and success is only in your head.

That would be why you’ve tried to keep your Tex identity a secret from your ‘group’ – even though your ‘group’ exists again only in your imagination.

IBOFB said...

Hey Dave (may I call you Dave?) do you get paid by the bracket (or should I say, parenthesis)? Just wondering (since you use them a lot).

Have a great day!
(or night (depending what timezone you're in (and I guess, when you read this)))

Tex said...


Take your fingers off the keyboard and read my blog, because your posts are full of shit.

dtytrivedi said...

shyam, brear and legal scan this may help u to understand who is D jack smith.

when I mentioned his name earlier you guys commented as if it was one of the gimmicks played by the person itself. you guys blamed that corruption.

well I just wanted to tell you that take a closer look to this guy who is advocating direct selling.