Monday, 1 November 2010

'Amway' shields blame-the-victim fraud

After dumping his lastest loads of unsolicited, reality-inverting bullshit on your Blog, I imagine that the unmasked 'Amway' Lord Haw Haw, Mr. 'IBOFB' Steadson, again sang three choruses of 'Waltzing Matilda' and then fell down in a heap.
Amazingly, Mr. Steadson has already conceded on your Blog that, during 50+ years, the overwhelming majority of all the tens of millions of persons around the world who have been arbitrarily defined in their self-gratifying 'Amway' contracts as 'Independent Business Owners,' weren't actually in business at all, because they had no customers. We have clearly said that this was due to the fact that the so-called 'Amway Business Opportunity' is a pernicious lie. In reality, it has always been a dissimulated closed-market swindle, or illegal money circulation scheme, and related advance fee fraud, shielded by effectively-unsaleable wampum - the nature, price and quality of which have been centrally-controlled by the billionaire bosses of an organized crime group who have prevented their victims from complaining by blaming them for their inevitable failure.
In response to this accurate analysis, what does the 'Amway' Lord Haw Haw say? Following his group's inflexible closed logic, he foolishly insists that failure to find customers and to make a profit was entirely the fault of all the tens of millions of 'Independent Business Owners' who weren't actually in business at all. He then spouts childish gibberish, pretending to extrapolate from our accurate analysis that we 'want to give Amway extra-governmental powers' to create businesses.
Mr. Steadson's only evidence to back up his de facto bosses' blame-the-victim inversion of reality is anecdotal. He claims to have been regularly peddling thousands of dollars worth of (effectively-unsaleable) 'Amway' wampum all over the world (presumeably for a profit) to persons who were not under contract to 'Amway' or acting in connivance with him or with his de facto bosses.
This would make Mr. Steadson a very rare creature indeed.
David Brear (copyright 2010)

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