Wednesday, 10 November 2010

Mr. Steadson delivers yet more, unsolicited, reality-inverting bullshit

I observe that the unmasked 'Amway' Lord Haw Haw, Mr.'IBOFB' Steadson, has repeated his previous libellous statement (albeit in weasel words).
However, his provocative false accusation that I have lied, centres on his own intellectually-castrated misinterpretation of my unambiguous phrase:
'When faced with intellectually-rigorous opponents who understand exactly how pernicious, blame-the-victim closed-market swindles have been dissimulated (for more than 50 years) as 'MLM Business Opportunities,' the sanctimonious racketeers who run them, and their arrogant propagandists, have nothing substantial to say.'
The tedious Mr. Steadson maliciously takes the English adjective 'substantial' only in its wider meaning, 'of large size or amount'. Unfortunately for Mr. Steadson, to free-thinking readers, the adjective 'substantial,' also means 'of real importance or value.' In the context of my statement, only the inflexible propagandist of racketeers could deliberately misconstrue what was meant in order falsely to accuse me of lying.
Self-evidently, the 'Amway' racketeers have spent more than 50 years constructing and maintaining a mystifying lie of a substantial size. However, the global 'MLM' lie has no real importance or value to the tens of millions of ill-informed victims who have bought into it. That said, the racketeers who have illegally earned billions of dollars from peddling this substantial lie, have now proved their guilt by agreeing to hand over $155 millions of their ill-gotten gains to stop an otherwise unstoppable private prosecution. This is the very latest, blatant, criminal attempt to escape from being held fully to account, and which forms part of a lengthy pattern of major racketeering activity.
In view of these important wider issues, suing Mr. Steadson over the exact meaning of the English adjective, 'substantial', would make as much sense as suing an organ-grinder's dancing monkey for shitting in public.
David Brear (copyright 2010)


IBOFB said...


rocket said...

LOL! Just like Tex used to do.

Joecool said...

Maybe IBOFB should get some sleep instead of patrolling all these blogs. Then he won't need to yawn. LOL

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A reader Vinodh Kumar writes:
I am really glad to read your blog which throws some light on the malpractices being done by AMWAY. I m from Chennai, joined AMWAY and got lot of pain due to it. I believe AMWAY is banned in AP, but still people from AP are doing this business believing it blindly. I would request you to take some necessary steps, so its completely banned in AP if possible in INDIA.
Also I will be really glad if you can tell me some procedures on how to launch complaint about AMWAY in TN here.
Thanks Sir.