Before he was banned, Corporate Frauds Watch was plagued by the unmasked 'Amway' Lord Haw Haw, Mr. 'IBOFB' Steadson.
Ignoring all quantifiable evidence to the contrary, Mr. Steadson assured your free-thinking readers that 'Amway' was neither a cult nor a fraud and that you and I Shyam were sociopaths, liars, communists, conspiracy theorists, lunatics, etc. for calmly stating that 'Amway's' core-adherents are deluded individuals who have been conditioned to believe that their 'Dream' of 'Total Financial Freedom' will eventually come true if they 'duplicate a 100% positive plan of recruitment and self-consumption' and exclude all 'negative' influences from their lives.
The 'Amway' Ministry of Truth, via Mr. Steadson, endeavoured to broadcast the lies that:
Significant numbers of law-abiding 'Amway' adherents (like himself) have respected 'Amway's' published 'rules' and regularly retailed 'Amway' supplied products and services to the public for a profit.
Only an insignificant minority of 'Amway' adherents have become involved with rogue 'Network Leaders' who have taught them to break the law, and 'Amway's' own published 'rules', and only buy 'Amway' products and services, and recruit others to do the same.
He personally has never encountered 'Amway' adherents who believed that they were going to become millionaires via an unlawful plan of recruitment and consumption.
Yet Corporate Frauds Watch is still regularly receiving comments from the very-same, intellectually-castrated 'Amway' adherents whom Mr. Steadson and the 'Amway' Ministry of Truth steadfastly pretended do not exist. Yesterday, a deluded little fellow called 'Prakhar' said:
'Amway is not a scam. It is a kind of business in which you can earn millions just by devoting some time in it.'
Unfortunately, between 1972 and 2006, at least one million UK and Irish citizens are known to have been churned through the 'Amway' racket. Since 1959, tens of millions of people around the globe have signed contracts with the corporate structures which have fronted the major organized crime group known as 'Amway/Quixtar.'
For more than half a century, the so-called 'Amway business opportunity' has had an effectively 100% failure/drop-out rate, but its core-adherents( like Prakhar) have been conditioned to exclude this reality and then to blame themselves for failure.
David Brear (copyright 2011)