Thursday, 14 October 2010

The 'UKDSA's' celebrity, Useful Idiot was (and still is) Tony Blair

I wonder if the Director of the so-called 'Indian Direct Selling Association' has any Indian, celebrity, Useful Idiots up his sleeve?
In 1999, according to Richard Berry (the smiling, silver-haired Director of the so-called 'UK Direct Selling Association'),'Amway UK Ltd.'s' multi-million pound annual 'retail sales' accounted for a sizeable proportion of the 'overall annual retail sales' of the entire 'Direct Selling Industry' in the UK. Indeed, at one time, almost 20% of the total claimed 'approximately half a million Direct Selling commission agents' in the UK, were those temporarily under (take it or leave it) annual contracts to 'Amway UK Ltd.' However, despite his benign, paternal appearance and his organization's published 'Code of Ethics,' in reality, Mr. Berry's dishonest living has always depended on him steadfastly pretending that significant numbers of commission agents of all the member companies of the so-called 'UK DSA' have earned money lawfully by regularly retailing products for a profit. Nothing could have been further from the truth, because, in reality, since the'Amway/MLM Prosperity Gospel' first infected the UK in 1973, hundreds of thousands of constantly-churning persons have not been retailing anything. Instead, they have regularly been handing over their cash (in return for effectively-unsaleable wampum) to US-based racketeers who have been running blame-the-victim closed-market swindles disguised as 'Low Risk, Perfectly Lawful, Direct Selling Business Opportunities' and related advance fee frauds disguised as 'Proven Business Training/Motivation Systems.'
Former British Prime Minister, Tony Blair, is currently promoting himself as a possible future leader of the European Union. He is also making a fortune selling his memoirs. However, the ease with which this classic, Useful Idiot was tricked into making an unqualified video message of support for US-based 'MLM' racketeers in 1999, almost beggars belief. The effects of the resulting propaganda coup can be clearly seen here . Indeed, 11 years later, Tony Blair is still being touted as a celebrity-supporter of 'MLM'. Unfortunately, the deliberate fooling of an ill-informed British Prime Minister took place 7 years before agents of the previous Labour government finally began to uncover what was really lurking behind the kitsch fa├žade of 'Amway UK Ltd.' Far from 'making a tremendous contribution to the overall prosperity of the UK economy' (as Tony Blair naively believed) by 2006, at least one million UK and Irish citizens had been duped into signing an annual contract with 'Amway UK Ltd' in which they were arbitrarily, and falsely, defined as 'Independent Business Owners.' During the period 1973-2006, the overall rolling-failure rate for so-called'Independent Amway Businesses' is now known to have been effectively 100% in the UK and Ireland, whilst hundreds of millions of pounds were syphoned (tax-free) out of the UK and Irish economies by means of 'Amway'-related advance fee frauds (a.k.a. 'tool scams').
Tony Blair's 1999 statement to the members of the so-called'UK DSA,' repeats carefully-scripted lies designed to exploit the victims of an ongoing, global criminal deception and prevent them from complaining. These lies were fed to Tony Blair by the reality-inverting agents of US-based, billionaire racketeers.
Given the wider evidence, it's not difficult to guess what Tony Blair's reaction would be if a member of his own family, or a close friend, now suddenly announced that he/she had signed a contract with a so-called 'Direct Selling Company.'
David Brear (Copyright 2010)