'Amway' Ministry of Truth presents defeat as 'victory'
It is a true and accurate statement to say that Mr. David Steadson, is a proven liar and de facto agent of racketeers, who would risk a substantial fine and jail sentence if he made the same false claims on their behalf to a court, as he has recently posted on the Net (where he is under no threat of a perjury charge). For, contrary to what the unmasked 'Amway' Lord Haw Haw would have the world believe, all that the billionaire bosses of the 'Amway' mob had to do to halt the Pokorny RICO lawsuit and, thus, establish once and for all that they really are innocent businessmen rather than abusive racketeers pretending to be innocent businessmen, was prove that Robert FitzPatrick's declaration in support of the plaintiffs (with which we are in agreement), was false. Furthermore, had the billionaire bosses of the 'Amway' mob been able to succeed in this simple task, then Robert would have been exposed once and for all as a liar, given a substantial fine and sent to prison for perjury. Perhaps Mr. Steadson will now endeavour to explain to your readers why his de facto bosses didn't call on him to make a cost-effective, counter-declaration to the court (under threat of a perjury charge) in their support. http://www.casewatch.org/civil/amway/fitzpatrick.pdf . Apparently, he does everything for 'Amway' free of charge.
In the adult world of quantifiable reality, the billionaire bosses of the 'Amway' mob failed and the Pokorny RICO suit was scheduled to go to trial. No matter how much of their ill-gotten gains were thrown at the problem, their own attorneys could not produce one shred of quantifiable evidence to prove that Robert FitzPatrick's declaration was false. Indeed, they were faced with a mountain of quantifiable evidence proving that it contained the truth, the whole truth and nothing but the truth. This is why these abusive racketeers were obliged to run up a white flag and agree to surrender $155 millions of their ill-gotten gains. In the end, their only objective was to avoid going to trial, because they knew that it was a certainty that they would be convicted (albeit in a civil court) of a running a vast closed-market swindle and related advance fee fraud - the constituent parts of a pattern of ongoing major racketeering activity which began more than 50 years ago. Had the bosses of the 'Amway' mob been convicted in the Pokorny RICO suit, then their chances of dodging a federal RICO prosecution, bankruptcy and long prison terms would have been pretty slim.
The current situation, produced by the announcement of 'Amway's' bosses' abject surrender in the Pokorny v. 'Amway' lawsuit, has placed the 'Amway' Ministry of Truth in an unenviable position. The latest absurd (damage limitation) propaganda which steadfastly pretends that 'Amway's' attorneys could have easily won the groundless Pokorny RICO suit had it gone to trial, but that it was cheaper and quicker to pay-off the plaintiffs, is obviously targetted at less-than intellectually-rigorous observers and the unquestioning 'Amway' faithful.
After all, only narcissistic, totalitarian racketeers would try to peddle a humiliating defeat (to their useful idiots and destitute, and starving, co-narcissistic followers) as a 'courageous victory.'