Tuesday, 23 October 2012

Self-evidently, 'MLM' adherents have all been deceived into buying, and peddling, an 'opportunity' to commit financial suicide

I observe that someone  called 'Kishore Reddy' has left a particularly infantile comment on Corporate Frauds Watch in which he ignores quantifiable reality (in the form of countless persons around the world who have all been tricked into losing their time and money, and sometimes their friends, families or lives, in blame-the-victim closed-market swindles and related advance fee frauds dressed up as 'MLM Income Opportunities') and, instead, treats us to the Cambridge Dictionary definition of the highly-ambiguous word, 'opportunity.'
'an occasion or situation which makes it possible to do something that you want to do or have to do, or the possibility of doing something.'
Fortunately, this classic, thought-stopping 'MLM' bullshit contains another, unambiguous word, 'given.' The use of this term (in its reality-inverting 'MLM' sense) clearly demonstrates that 'Kishore Reddy' is either an 'Amway' propagandist or an intellectually-castrated inhabitant of the 'Amway' fools' paradise; for this slimy little character follows the ritual script and insists that 'MLM' adherents are 'all given the situation or occasion to participate' and that no one is forcing them.
Now even a ten year old child should be able to see immediately that nothing is ever given to 'MLM' adherents (in the traditional sense of this word). They all have to pay (and continue to pay) through the nose to participate in their financially-suicidal so-called 'Income Opportunities.' 
I challenge the narcissistic racketeers behind 'Kishore Reddy,' to produce quantifiable evidence which would prove that any so-called 'MLM Income Opportunity' has ever generated any significant or sustainable revenue other than that deriving unlawfully from a never-ending chain of losing participants.
Self evidently, 'MLM' adherents have all signed up in ignorance of key-information, and thus, they have been deceived into buying, and peddling, an 'opportunity' to commit financial suicide. Indeed, during the final months of WWII, Japan's doomed, young army of thousands of so-called 'kamikaze' were also described as willing volunteers.
In the most extreme cases, destitute, dissociated and depressed former inhabitants of the 'MLM' fools' paradise have also taken their own lives.
David Brear (copyright 2012)

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