Wednesday, 17 August 2011

Corporate Frauds Watch does not accept anecdotal evidence bleated by insolvent 'Amway' sheep

Your free-thinking readers might have noticed that an intellectually-castrated 'Amway' sheep, called Rajinder Bansal, has bleated an absurd, reality-inverting comment on Corporate Frauds Watch in which he implies that he is making money out of 'Amway' and that we are ignorant monkeys who have swallowed lies and produced shit. This arrogant fool claims to know the difference between a legal and an illegal pyramid scheme, because he's read a book ('Who Stole The American Dream',by Berk Hedges). However, the thought-stopping 'MLM' bullshit that Rajinder has swallowed and is promoting, can only have been fed to him by the instigators of an 'MLM income opportunity' fraud, of which he is a victim. In the adult world of quantifiable reality, the racketeers who actually stole (and perverted) 'The American Dream,' and who have made a fortune by peddling it (in the form of endless publictions, recordings, tickets to meetings, etc.) to millions of aspiring sheep like Rajinder Bansal, are the billionaire bosses of the 'Amway' mob and their criminal associates.
Rajinder Bansal is self-evidently in denial of quantifiable reality. Typically, he doesn't offer to prove that he has ever made one Rupee of overall profit out of regularly peddling 'Amway'-supplied goods, and/or services, to the public. Furthermore, he will never have seen any quantifiable evidence (in the form of audited accounts; particularly, income tax receipts) proving that any other insolvent 'Amway' sheep has ever made an overall profit from regularly peddling 'Amway' supplied merchandise to the public.
Whilst he remains under the malign influence of his group, Rajinder Bansal doesn't possess the critical, and evaluative, faculties which would allow him to understand that Corporate Frauds Watch will not accept anecdotal evidence supplied by intellectually-castrated 'Amway' sheep. Similarly, Rajinder Bansal is unable to understand that (no matter selectively-blind 'MLM' economist he cites) the simple test to determine whether any commercial scheme is econonomically viable (and, therefore, lawful) is:
- Does the scheme have a significant, and sustainable, external source of revenue?
In the case of so-called 'MLM income opportunities' the simple test is always:
- Have significant numbers of participants regularly peddled products, and/or services, to the public for a profit, or have significant numbers of participants been persuaded regularly to hand their own cash over to the scheme's instigators (in exchange for effectively-unsaleable wampum) whilst trying to recruit more contributing participants to perpetuate the same dissimulated money circulation scheme - in the deluded belief that this is proven plan to achieve 'Total Financial Freedom?'
David Brear (copyright 2011)

1 comment:

Joecool said...

He sounds like an Indian version of IBOFB. :-)