Saturday, 3 July 2010

Cults like Amway remain a threat to people all over world

Whilst it remains generally misunderstood, pernicious cultism remains a threat to the lives, liberty and happiness of all communities, families and individuals all over the world.
No matter how prettily it might be presented externally, pernicious cultism is an ugly, self-perpetuating, criminogenic phenomenon, designed for the clandestine purpose of human exploitation. Typically, cult adherents never see themselves as the victims, or perpetrators, of a deception. Their minds are programmed to interpret lying to people (in order to get them to join their group) as being perfectly justifiable.
The self-righteous euphoria and relentless enthusiasm of cult proselytizers can be highly infectious and deeply misleading. Whilst they remain under the influence of their group, they are invariably convinced that their own salvation also depends on saving others. In the case of 'Prosperity Gospel' groups, like 'Amway', 'salvation' is presented as 'financial.' Consequently, 'Amway IBOs' act under the deluded belief that they represent a higher truth and that any means of getting someone to sign-up for 'Amway' is ok in the end, because 'Amway' benefits everyone. However, given the quantifiable evidence, the term, 'Amway Independent Business Owner,' is itself an absurd lie.
Since (during the previous 50+ years) tens of millions of recruits have all failed to receive any quantifiable benefit after buying into the (effectively impossible) 'Amway Business Opportunity', in reality, active core-adherents of the'Amway' myth have been de facto slave recruiters.
David Brear (copyright 2010)

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