Monday, 1 August 2011

Just how many Indians have paid income tax on net-earnings from so-called 'MLM income opportunities?'


I see that various intellectually-castrated, Indian believers in the big 'MLM income opportunity' lie have been posting tediously-familiar comments on Corporate Frauds Watch in denial of external reality.
As ever, none of these arrogant little sheep ever back up their absurd, anecdotal claims to be 'MLM' winners with any quantifiable evidence proving that they, and significant numbers of their respective 'MLM' flocks, have received an overall financial benefit from regularly retailing 'MLM' wampum to the public for a profit. 
At the risk of stating the obvious, if Indian law enforcement agents and prosecutors want to discover the truth lurking behind the big 'MLM income opportunity' lie, then all they need to do, is go to the tax record. That's where they will discover just how many Indians have paid income tax on net-earnings derived from what have been laughably-referred to as 'MLM income opportunities.' Indeed, it beggars belief that other law enforcement agents and prosecutors around the world, have previously never taken this common-sense course of action.
In the adult world of quantifiable reality, all the available data proves that, during the previous 50+ years, none of the tens of millions of ill-informed persons who have been steadily churned through thousands of copy-cat so-called 'MLM income opportunities,' regularly retailed goods, and/or services, to the public for a profit, and that the overall, hidden drop-out/loss rate for these essentially-identical, dissimulated money circulation schemes has been effectively 100%. 
This is why Corporate Frauds Watch has taken the responsible over-view that all persons who have profited-massively from the big 'MLM income opportunity' lie, are dangerous parasites feeding off humanity. These greedy racketeers have been allowed to grow so wealthy, numerous and influential that they now pose an ongoing threat to democracy and the rule of law. Consequently, this global criminogenic phenomenon cannot be adequately dealt with by individual countries or on a case by case basis. 
David Brear (copyright 2011)

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