Monday, 13 June 2011

'MLM' wampum has always been a red herring

We all know that it was Indian attorneys apparently acting for the Indian-registered corporate structure known as 'Amway India Enterprises,' but who were actually being instructed by the billionaire bosses of  the 'Amway' mob in the USA, who filed a malicious lawsuit against the Indian police, in an attempt to sustain their pay-masters' profitable criminal enterprise in India.
Thankfully, senior Indian Judges were able to look beyond the banal 'MLM' wampum and deduce that the so-called 'Amway business opportunity' has been a classic pyramid designed to produce vast profits for the all-powerful gang who set it up, and losses for an overwhelming majority of powerless participants who are being constantly-churned through its lower levels. In effect, after examining the company's own presentations, senior Indian Judges ruled (on behalf of the people of the Indian Republic) that 'Amway India Enterprises' offers an unlawful money circulation scheme aimed at ill-informed and vulnerable individuals, and which is based on the unviable economic theory that endless-chain recruitment + endless payments  = endless profits.
Since the instigation and promotion of all money circulation schemes based on this crackpot theory is clearly recognized as fraud in India, the instigators of the so-called 'Amway business opportunity' and their many copy-cats in the so-called 'Indian Direct Selling Association,' have followed their usual tactics and sought to avoid investigation, and prosecution, in India by dissimulating their criminal objectives behind banal products, and/or services. Thus, to casual observers, the unlawful payments in these pernicious frauds can appear to be perfectly-lawful retail sales, until you know that, for decades, what the bosses of criminogenic organization's like 'Amway' have steadfastly pretended to be billions of dollars of annual retail sales, have never really existed. On closer inspection, what these racketeers say they do, and what they have actually been doing, turns out to be completely different. 
In the adult world of quantifiable reality, it has always been effectively-impossible for the overwhelming majority of participants in so-called 'MLM business opportunities'  to earn money lawfully from regularly retailing products, and/or services, to the public for a profit. The reasons for this, are various, but, essentially, the price and quality of 'MLM' products and services have always been deliberately fixed at levels which have rendered them tantamount to unsaleable on the open-market. Although they have been labelled 'Independent Business Owners''MLM' participants have had absolutely no control over the price and quality of the products, and/or services, which they have been obliged to offer.
Once they discover that they can't really sell the wampum, 'MLM' adherents have been told that the secret of 'MLM' success is contained in  'Business Support Materials'  ( i.e. publications, recordings, meetings, etc.). In this way, without their fully-informed consent, the most vulnerable 'MLM adherents have had their critical and evaluative faculties progressively shut down. A significant minority have been converted to the self-gratifying, and self-perpetuating, delusional belief that anyone can achieve 'total financial freedom' by excluding all 'negative' thinking and following a '100% positive plan' of recruitment and consumption.  
A mountain of quantifiable evidence proves that, during the previous 50+ years, no matter how hard all the tens of millions of constantly-churning 'MLM' participants have tried, effectively none of them have succeeded, because 'MLM' was designed to produce universal failure if its adherents respect the law, but, at the same time, blame the adherents for failure and induce the most-vulnerable of them to break the law.
David Brear (copyright 2011)

1 comment:

Unknown said...

Mr shyam i'd request you if you kindly send me a copy of AP judgemnt case,and i want to know that still amway is running or not in AP...