Wednesday, October 7, 2015

Stick It Amway! In Fact Stick It Up Your Ass!!!!

When we were inside the Amway cult we were told to stick pictures of new cars, dream homes, and other material possessions on the refrigerator.

First of all I don’t like stuff stuck on my fridge. I’ve chucked out my fair share of tacky fridge magnets over the years.

Second even if I did like shit stuck all over my fridge it would be photos of my family not pictures of things I covet.

It just stinks of greed to stick photos of sailboats, Ferraris, and Hearst Castle on the fridge. Do these photos really help IBO’s achieve these dreams or do they serve as a sad reminder that their bank accounts are diminishing while they grasp for the dreams their upline has brainwashed them into believing they’ll own one day?

Amway: the cult of greed.

Back in the days before computers and phones with online calendars I used to buy a day planner each year to keep our lives organized. At the front of the planner is a place to write down goals and a target date. Sometimes I’d have to carry them over from the previous year. Then I was supposed to slot time in my planner daily or weekly to spend time accomplishing these goals. Somewhere in my past I remember hearing that if people write their goals down they have a higher success rate of achieving them than those who don’t write them down and this is why I wrote down my goals. And sure enough as the year came to a close and I was switching off planners I’d see that I’d either accomplished my goals or was on the way to doing so.

Mostly the goals were bettering myself professionally or personally but one year I did have something on my list that was an object - a red car I wanted. It didn’t happen that year so I carried that goal over into the next year and that’s when I did buy the car. Different color so I didn’t quite meet my goal. I changed my mind on the color I wanted when I was at the dealership. But I never had a picture of that car stuck on my fridge.

Can you imagine what an Amway ambot writes in their goals: Go Diamond! Freedom! Flush that stinking job!

So why does the upline want you to play greedy Gretchen and stick photos on the fridge of the things you dream about owning?

That’s just how life is when you get sucked into this scam. Amway: the cult of greed.



  1. One of the things that keeps Scamway alive is how it meshes perfectly with the ingrained American habit of acquisitiveness.

    Sure, we all want stuff. That's a natural human tendency. But in America that tendency frequently develops into an unhealthy obsession. This is the land of maxed-out credit cards, impulse buying, the urge to "replace" things after only a short time of use, and endless, unmanageable debt. Look at the pathological habit of "hoarding" that has now become a national disease.

    Then there's the other American habit of being a workaholic, driven to struggle and achieve and climb the social ladder. Americans distrust and fear leisure -- they think a leisurely life means you're a bum. Put this together with acquisitiveness, and you have the Petrie dish in which the Amway virus thrives.

    Consider: If you actually throw yourself into Amway with all your heart and soul (as when you become one of those "CORE" lunatics) you're turning your life into one endless workaholic nightmare. You will have to slave day in and day out. And why are you doing this? To GET STUFF! To PILE UP CASH! So you are satisfying the two deepest psychological requirements of the American mind: working your ass off, and buying like there's no tomorrow.

    This is the real reason why diamonds and other up-line jackasses never really "retire" from the business. Even if they could, they won't give up the addiction to working and to buying that is part of being an American.

    This is the true reason why Amway is actually a cult, and not a business. Cults answer and satisfy deep psychological needs in people. Greed and work are the basis of the Amway religion, which seems to suit a great many Americans.

    1. Anonymous - that is very well said. Thanks for dropping by with your comment. Yeah we'd all like to have some kind of stuff and many times we're happy driving a Chevy until an insulting Amway asshole comes along and sneers at you because you don't own a fleet of luxury sports cars.

  2. Since everything else in Amway is a lie those pictures of mansions, fancy cars and stuff serve the purpose of diverting the Ambot's thoughts away from what his/her life really is: Slaving away at their JOB to support their Amway habit. How ironic that if all the Ambots actually did "flush that job" then those Amway parasites atop the pyramid would probably have to get one.

    1. Yeah pretty much. There's stories online about former Diamonds who did go back to a real J.O.B. In Amway Diamonds are not forever. And where else but Amway can you get fired from your "own business".

    2. Just extend this to all MLM.

      My friend got canned from ACN but told me he found a better opportunity for him and his team.

      Interestingly he achieved a rank that was highly prestigious but when he took his team it consisted of a mere 5 people. Somehow I do not think he was earning the amount of cash he was portraying on social media.

      Ah well, hopefully he sees the light and tries to fix his marriage.

  3. i dont get lusting sfter sports cars....tink about it, in most american cities driving is trecherous at best and in s sports car? I cant help thinking of being in one of those then having say, a Ford F250 barrelling down on me then mowing me down rendering me a skid mark on the pavement...
    then those mansions... does anyone else think... 'hey so there I'd be in the western quadrant, downstairs, and there's somebody breaking in on the northeastern quadrant- how the hell would i even know?
    or is it just me?
    thats why all that crap just soooo doesn't appeal to me
    just sayin'

    1. Its the old style versus safety thing. Living in a part of the world where 6 figure cars are all over the highways & there's barely a day that goes by that I'm not driving by an accident if not several in the same day. Definitely some cars out there I wouldn't want to be in in a crash. I guess those Diamonds that have a mansion as big as that can get free Ambot labor to guard the doors and free cleaning & gardening. You know for the bullshit "privelege" of spending time with your Amway cult leader.

  4. yeah Anna, sounds like cleaning would be alot more fun ;-)


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