Saturday, 11 September 2010

Mr. Steadson can't read plain English, but accuses others of failing to comprehend his Amspeak

Curious isn't it how the unmasked 'Amway' Lord Haw Haw, Mr.'IBOFB' Steadson, steadfastly pretends to be an ordinary Australian guy trying to run a legitimate 'Direct Selling Business' in Sweden, when he has access to (and apparently unlimited time and money to try to put the reality-inverting 'Amway' spin on) virtually every damning lawsuit concerning 'Amway' on record - including those in India, the USA and the UK? Taken as a whole, this catalogue of courtroom shame would lead any reasonable person with fully-functioning critical faculties to conclude that virtually no one who has been under contract to 'Amway' during the previous 50+ years can have sold sufficient 'Amway' wampum for a profit to persons who are not under under contract to 'Amway,' to enable them to have covered their operating expenses, let alone retire.
Yet, this is what Mr. Steadson has to say about you and me on his reality-inverting 'AmwayWiki' propaganda Website.
Shyam Sundar claims to be a former journalist and runs an Indian blog Corporate Frauds Watch. He's never been an IBO and has little idea on how the Amway business works. Much of his blog is postings by David Brear. Sundar actively lobbies the Andhra Pradesh government and police to close Amway.
David Brear is from the UK and reportedly lives in France. He was never an IBO, but reports that his brother was involved in the past. He has been actively lobbying EU governments to prosecute Amway for many years. His opinion of Amway is predicated on his (false) belief that there are no sales of Amway products to non-active IBOs and that the products are overpriced and the only reason people purchase them is because of the attached income opportunity. For several years he was promoting a book about Amway "about to be published", however it is yet to appear. He has previously self-published an "anti-cult" book.
In reality, I witnessed my brother suddenly transform into an unquestioning core-'Amway' adherent back in the 1990s. I first complained to the UK government's Dept of Trade and Industry that 'Amway' was a closed-market swindle when my brother became completely convinced that anyone could retire from work simply by purchasing a fixed quantity of 'Amway' wampum each month and recruiting all his/her friends and relations to do the same. I subsequently tried to file a complaint with the UK Serious Fraud Office about the advance fee fraud (a.k.a. 'tool scam') that has lurked behind 'Amway UK Ltd.' I have never lobbied any other agency of any European government to prosecute 'Amway'. However, I have spoken at length to persons genuinely occupied with the cult phenomenon in Europe and the USA, to whom my book about 'Amway' and other pernicious cults has already been made available. Exactly like a 'Scientologist, ' or a 'Moonie,' my brother was programmed to disconnect from anyone who tried to challenge the authenticty of his group's comi-book controlling-scenario and bring him back to the adult world of quantifiable reality. Mr. Steadson's other simplistic statement that I have previously published an 'anti-cult book,' is false and defamatory. Mr. Steadson's latest, mind-scrambling, self-contradictory and ludicrous affirmation (where he ignores the title of my previous post, and my use of the qualifying phrase, (he now would have your readers believe') reveals much about the state of Mr. Steadson's mind; for he has recently accepted on your Blog that almost 95% of all the tens of millions of transient 'Amway' adherents have never even tried to sell 'Amway' wampum for a profit to outsiders, and that these tens of millions of people have, therefore, all been, arbitrarily, and falsely, defined as 'Independent Business Owners' by the billionaire bosses of the 'Amway' mob since 1959. I assumed that, given this remarkable revelation, Mr. Steadson must have now decided to stop using the reality-inverting term 'Independent Business Owner,' but no.
That said, I rather enjoy Mr. Steadson's continued use of the term 'IBO.' After all, the title of my previous post was, "In the adult world of quantifiable reality, 'IBO' = Insolvent Bullshit Offerer," and that's exactly what he is.
David Brear (copyright 2010)

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