Saturday, July 28, 2012

Why is Amway Apologist David Steadson Obsessed With Anti-Amway Blogger Steve Nakamura?


David Steadson is best known as "IBOfighback" on the World Wide Web. He is a shameless "Apologist" for the Amway MLM Opportunity Fraud. Steadson, along with a few of his followers to include "Bridgett Baron" and "Wearyeyed" who collectively travel throughout the Internet promoting Amway as a great business opportunity and supposedly setting anti-Amway bloggers and commentators straight. I have accused Steadson, a citizen of Sweden, previously of committing the crime of "Intent to Defraud". Steadson cannot be unaware of the fact that nearly all who join the Amway Cult make no money, but lose their investments of time, money and prestige. Amway operates a "Closed Market Swindle" whereby those recruited hoping to make money lose it instead and become victims of the very fraud Steadson and his ilk promote, although they provide zero proof that they themselves have been or are successful in the very scheme they advocate to others.

Who is Steve Nakamura? Steve is a Anti-Amway blogger, a former Amway adherent who writes Amway - The Dream Or The Scheme and who also has a presence on the Internet as a well known anti-Amway author and commentator best known as "Joecool". Steve Nakamura's views about the Amway opportunity are diametrically opposed to those of David Steadson's. As Joecool, Steve asks his readers to critically analyze Amway, the Amway 'tool systems' and the real chances of success in the Amway scheme.

David Steadson as IBOFightback in his role as apologist for Amway seeks to divert the attention of prospective Amway Cult Recruits to the lies and deceits that Amway has promoted for itself over the past half-century. Anti-Amway author David Brear describes these lies as the 'Amway Labyrinth'. Steadson basically parrots the lies the Amway Cult has been promoting as reality inverting truth. One of these lies is "that if the dream is big enough, the truth doesn't matter."

Steadson has written an article critical of Joecool, Steve Nakamura on his "The Truth About Amway" in which his primary goal is to smear his arch nemesis as some sort of sexual deviant who makes up lies about himself and Amway. The author of this blog asks readers to ask who is the bigger liar here? Why would Steadson spend so much of his time to smear Joecool? Obviously, the truth hurts, and so Steadson has gone to extremes to paint Joecool as the ultimate anti-Amway troll. The truth is, there is no bigger pro-Amway troll on the Internet than the Amway whore, IBOFightBack, the pundit of deceit: David Steadson.

22 comments:

Joecool said...

I would also add that Steadson's articles contain many editorial liberties (lies). He comepletely makes things up about me in his article and some of the sensational things he writes are complete fabrications. While I would normally retaliate with a rebuttal article, I don't see any point in giving him free publicity from the high traffic I receive on my blog.

amwayscam said...

The problem here is, I see Joecool always coms up with some real issues that are present in Amway and the associated systems... And it is impossible to hide the truth... Amway is bound to make people lose and IBOs end up feeling guilty about it...

quixtarisacult said...

Joecool...

Could it be the longstanding popularity of your blog and the reach you have that have caused these pharisees to become murderously hateful of you? (I am glad that you really aren't Steve Nakamura) but no matter who you are Joecool, all I can observe about you is that I've never seen you vile or offensive; but have observed your smooth style in the 'art of debate' with the Amway apologists, including Tokoyo Rose Amway Whore, the Swedish Swindler, David the "Jack and Jill" Amway Clown, Steadson!

How many times has Steadson been spun off by just regular dudes around the Internet? It must hurt this narcissistic egotistical bastards suffering psyche?

Joecool said...

Steadson had already been labeled a cyber bully by Amway. I guess he's openly showing that these apologists will stoop to any levels to try and dissuade any opposing views. While I tossed some insults at him, they were just normal banter that you see on forums. IBOFB truly has sunk to a new (low) level. You're right, he's legalistic like the Pharisees but you know where the Pharisees are as we speak. IBOFB is an atheist. He will seeing those Pharisees when his time comes.

David Brear said...

At one time, Mr. Steadson posted a lengthy fairytale in which he alleged that various critics of 'Amway,' were part of a global, anti-capitalist conspiracy.

Don't forget, the unmasked 'Amway' Lord Hee Haw, Mr. Steadson, has merely been playing an inflexible, comic-book, propaganda-role on the Net. That of the perfect, law-abiding 'Independent Amway Business Owner' who regularly sells high-quality, good-value 'Amway' products for a profit to the general public.

In the adult world of quantifiable reality, no such perfect law-abiding 'Distributor' has existed, because the banal, but grossly-over-priced, 'Amway' wampum has been effectively-unsaleable on the open market. Millions of individuals have been churned through 'Amway,'but there is no trace of any income-tax having been been paid by all these so-called 'Business owners.'

Significantly, the 'IBOFB' character has never once produced any quantifiable evidence to support his absurd anecdotal claims. His existence is a blatant attempt to obstruct justice. As such he is part of an overall pattern of ongoing, major racketeering activity (as defined by the US federal Racketeer Influenced and Corrupt Organizations Act, 1970).

David Brear (copyright 2012)

Joecool said...

Apparently Steadson is also obsessed with Anna Banana.

quixtarisacult said...

Joecool...

Remember when Steadson claimed that an Internet state of war existed against Amway. He is simply an extension of Amway corruption; and as Doug Wead put it, Steadson is a paid Amway troll along with Bridgett Baron. If anything, Steadson doesn't discredit anything Anna Banana says, but lends it more credibility.

Joecool said...

Steadson even has the audacity to lie and pretend he never tried to use hidemyass.com to post comments on my blog.

quixtarisacult said...

Joecool...

This narcissistic asshole most likely feeds his ego over the minor controversies he believes he stirs up as he trolls and basically hacks his way through cyber-space. David Brear nails this cat down. He really is a fairy-tail persona, a puppet, for what I consider the propaganda wing of the Amway cult. Just remember when dealing with this persona, you really are dealing collectively with the mafioso crime bosses that pull this horrid puppets strings. A team of hackers lurks behind.

Most likely, some of the anonymous comments that appear on my blogs come from the Steadson script of deceit.

khairul044 said...

How many times has Steadson been spun off by just regular dudes around the Internet? It must hurt this narcissistic egotistical bastards suffering psyche?

quixtarisacult said...

Great question khairul044! It is simply easier for you to google this 'cyber bully' rather than spending time trying to point link all pages. Joecool most likely could give you a lengthy list if you asked.

About hurting a scumbag's psyche, I'm not so sure that can be accomplished? Steadson has zero feelings for victims of 'Amway Opportunity Fraud' (affecting nearly 99.9% mind numb adherents to this pernicious cult); so by that standard, getting his but kicked by just common dudes trying to talk sports might masochisticly feel pleasurable. He must feel amused at times. The smuggnes of a narcasist.

(You do know what IBOFB stands for don't you? "I Bend Over For Buddies."

Nonetheless, this front has actively advocated a fraud ridden cult, which has defrauded citizens of these United States.

I've said as much many times over in many different ways.

Joecool said...

Steadson is a legend in his own mind.

He's almost comical in his defense of Amway. Even saying things like "I didn't lie, I mis-spoke"

He is a narcissistic ass. Lately he's been frequenting scam.com trying to spread MLM propaganda there.

Anonymous said...

I dont know why all these blogs (for or against amway ) bother. Here it is. A guy shows you this plan saying you can be mega rich in a couple of years. I have no sympathy for anyone who believes this. For those who do understand that the only way you can make money is to go out every day and convine others that the nonsense the guy said is in fact true, then fair play to them. The big pins all realised that sounding convincing was all that was needed and thats what they did. Then charging for useless tools gave them enough income to 'prove' what they said is true. This is the only business i know where you dont need customers or sell products.So anyone who wants let them be.

Steven Britton said...

The problem is Ameay gets presented as a dream. It isn't - it's a business, and in business you have to work - hard - for success.

People join Ameay thinking that the first month, they'll sign up six friends, who, in the second month, will sign up fr, who, in turn, will sign up two in the third month. So in three months, people think, they will be making about $50,000 a year, and will be multi-millionaires within a year.

It doesn't work that way - and when the six friends brush them off, laugh at them, or sign up and then do nothing, reality sets in.

Amway distributors make their money in two ways - direct profit from selling a product, and bonuses paid to them for sales volume. The sales of their recruits are included in calculating their bonus, and bonuses paid to their recruits are deducted, so the fact - and it's documentable - is that only sales of product lead to money earned directly from Amway.

The problem here is business owners are told to "sell to themselves" and refer others to do the same. It can, in theory, work, but makes the business much more difficult. The most successful distributors build a loyal client base as well as a distribution network.

It's difficult. Very difficult.

For at least five years, every decision you make. Every mile you drive, every phone call, every meeting, every conversation you have will need to be geared towards building your Amway business, and for most of those five years, you will probably be shelling out more money than you're making.

Amway distributors who are successful have a saying: "You can build quickly, or you can build painfully." It's true - get turned down and you're already on to the next prospect, and no longer thinking about the last one. Not many people have that kind of drive.

Is Amway the root of all things evil? Of course it isn't. Is Amway the greatest thing to happen to the world? Of course it isn't. Amway is what it is. A lot of people have made a lot of money with it; and a lot of people have lost a lot of time and money with it.

The question you need to ask is, is Amway for you? I suggest, for most, the answer is "no."

wayneo said...

For most, Amway is not the way to go. Average monthly income is a little over a hundred bucks. Sure, Dex and Birdie did it...but they got in on the ground floor. They also now make two thirds of their income from 'tools', and we all know what those are. Now, about this cyber-weenie Steadson: by definition, he's a coward. If he takes issue with this observation, he's welcome to come and visit any time. I hope he does: I'm old, need the exercise, and I have an old Yager tape deserving a good home. Odds are you know where I'll stick it.

Anonymous said...

Folks,

Check out IBOFB's answers to questions some naive "anti-mlmer" going by the aka Roger Wilco asked him. This is the link: http://www.scam.com/showthread.php?p=1402941&posted=1#post1402941. Along with being his usual ilogical self, He's singing like a bird. It looks like he doesn't realize it, But he's already copped to several anti-mlm points in a round about way.
Enjoy!

Joecool said...

IBOFB is full of shit as usual. He likes to give slick and eloquent answers but the reality is that most MLM's have a great emphasis on recruiting because the products are usually dicey and so recruiting downline is the way to leverage bonuses.

Anonymous said...

Your are so insightful! Clearly anyone that has a contrary opinion to your own is of questionable credibility and mind. Thank goodness for you and Steve - us poor normal folk that are unable to make up our own mind would be left to protect ourselves without you. My heroes!

Joecool said...

David Steadson is a known liar and Amway obsessive. Because I often expose his lies and shine light on the Amway scam, he will go to any lengths to try and smear my reputation. I will say that he hasn't been trolling too many forums lately.

quixtarisacult said...

Joecool,

I suspect that Steadson is author to some of the anonymous comments that we post. Possibly he is behind the "Heroes" comment just above. Who knows? That he might think of himself as a "normal folk" would be abnormal. (laughing)

Anonymous said...

Steadson and his cohort Bridgett Baron have pretty much fallen silent. I guess they discovered that defending Amway was a hopeless cause. Who knows? Maybe they have found true love in each other's arms.

quixtarisacult said...

Anonymous, I really haven't been following the activities of these two Amway apologists. I am not much interested in their comings or goings online. I haven't visited Steadson's "ministry of truth" page for some time. Fighting back against the weight of people critical towards Amway is a losing battle. Much of the negative is expressed by normal people expressing their opinion, not necessarily those they consider critics, like David Brear or myself. I'm talking about people from all walks of life who aren't easily taken in by con men of any type. I've long decided that there are always going to be a few people around that can be talked into believing the unbelievable. P.T. Barnum said there is a sucker born every day. Back when the Amway scheme first spread across the U.S. there was no Internet--no Google to query for information. It was much easier to lie and make outlandish claims about money and success. Now, prospects have at their fingertips a wide variety of information exposing how the Amway recruiters lie. The informed will run away from the scheme--which is very wise.