Amway, Scientology, Cultism.... it appears those terms share a common theme. I found a site where a reporter went undercover and joined Amway/Quixtar and interviewed a "millionaire" just to find out he was lying through his teeth... I will post it when I run across it again.
Quoted from http://www.cs.cmu.edu/~dst/Amway/hate-mail.html:
- Anyone who criticizes Amway/Scientology is evil, or at best seriously misinformed.
- The "Amway system" (or Scientology "spiritual technology") always works when applied correctly. Anyone who fails to achieve the miraculous results they were promised has only themselves to blame; they clearly didn't try hard enough.
- If I don't want to do Amway (or Scientology), that's my choice. But why am I trying to "ruin things" for other people? (Amway cultists say "steal their dreams"; Scientology cultists say "prevent others from getting better".)
- People like me who criticize Amway/Scientology are pathetic failures who have no life, no money, and no future. In Scientology they're SPs (Suppressive Persons); in Amway they're "broke losers".