Again, I have to describe how Amway apologists operate. Robin Luymes, who operates a pro-Amway Blog in the Amway Opportunity Zone, is engaging in a very un-American censorship of free speech. He has taken it upon himself to 'school me' on the use of words which the Amway Propaganda Ministry deems a personal attack on others. I beg to differ. The words in question that Luymes seeks to censor on his Amway paid for blog are:
The blog administrator seeks to squash anti-Amway comment and free speech on his forum by making the above words basically verboten. He claims to have become calloused to the use of the term 'cult' over the years he has worked for Amway. He claims that the terms 'kingpins' and 'ambots' are disrespectful, and claims he sends letters to news agencies asking them not to use the word 'pyramid' in conjunction with news articles related to Amway Global. I refer readers to these two blog posts by the Amway Propaganda Minister Robin Luymes (or Kia): Click here and here. Be sure to read the strings of comments under these posts. I have responded to some of the personal attacks against me by the likes of one snarly wench Bridgett Barron, the poster child for incivility, who attempts to use the Internet to promote her sad sack of Amway overpriced crappy goods. (At least she tries to sell something—not really a major goal of Amway distributors whose idea of running their business is to only buy, not sell; Doris and Joe Shaw also sought to sell Amway crap as well, but they had a little honesty problem.) Oh, by the way Bridgett, XS drinks do indeed taste like urine.
I just thought that Amway Global Cult Intervention readers might like to know how Amway operates its totalitarian product based pyramid scheme and how it allows the pernicious 'The Business Cult' to prey on its own adherents. David Brear has a great Amway expose up on Quixtar Cult Intervention that you can read by clicking here.