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Corporate Frauds Watch on Doug Wead

Corporate Frauds Watch on Doug Wead
Sunday, December 30, 2012
by Robert Wenzel

A profile on Doug Wead, who is currently attempting to turn the liberty movement into a milkshake selling MLM, has been brought to my attention.

In the fascinating report, Corporate Frauds Watch recounts Wead's secret recording of George W. Bush and his leaking of some of those recordings to NYT. The report goes on to say:

Read more at:

http://www.economicpolicyjournal.com/2012/12/corporate-fraud...




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That Israel Anderson dude from Ron Paul FLIX is in on it too

Here's the proof.... http://iaka.co

And look at this photo! CLEARLY this product doesn't help people at all. Definitely a SCAM!!!
http://www.facebook.com/photo.php?fbid=502878203089932&set=a...

Oh ok, so this isn't a scam

Oh ok, so this isn't a scam after all.

Thanks for bringing this to our attention for discussion.

Personally, I think there's an anti-Wead witch-hunt going on, but it's important that we know all of the facts.

MLM isn't a bad thing, and Isagenix is an open and above-board company that offers legitimate products and services to customers. I'm not a customer nor a member and probably won't be, because I try to manage my health and wealth myself.

Also, I don't think that Wead did anything wrong in the Bush recordings. The fact that Bill Oh'Really called him the lowest form of scum on the earth makes me smile.

Michael Nystrom's fists can punch through FUD.

Good to know

It's good to know that it is a Legitimate Company. Though I'm not fully aware of all the dealings of Doug Wead, I believe he does have a true heart for Liberty.

"Never be afraid to raise your voice for honesty and truth and compassion against injustice and lying and greed. If people all over the world...would do this, it would change the earth. "
— William Faulkner
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Has anyone signed up?

Has anyone joined Doug in his latest MLM, Isagenix?

I looked into it, but I don't have the time.

I did what research I could, and I was satisfied that it's a perfectly fine company selling products and services that people want. MLM is a valid mechanism for rapid deployment of an advertisement. Many people confuse it with pyramid, which is akin to Ponzi.

We decided not to do it because we all have full-time jobs, some of us more than full-time. I'm not likely to get involved in Isagenix. On the other hand, I'm probably going to borrow some of their MLM strategy to promote my business once I get the networking part of it working reliably.

Michael Nystrom's fists can punch through FUD.

I am aware of the company

Someone showed me this MLM about a year ago. I am going to her home tonight for New Years party. She uses a lot of the products herself.

Advertisement and creating a marketing list are certainly entrepreneurial, strong, American business ideals. The use of the "liberty" created list for MLM purposes, is, perhaps a bit in the gray area. If it is not abused, it is OK! Michael has many items offered here at the DP for sale. How else do we support the movement? If Wead does not overdo the sales aspect of his mailings, then I say good. If you receive his mailings and are annoyed, unsubscribe.

It would be good if Wead advertised on the DP

That really would be demonstrating support for the liberty movement.

What's wrong with selling Amway?

The article tries to smear him for pitching the Amway business to eastern Europeans:
corporatefraudswatch.blogspot.com/2011/06/amway-doug-wead-and-religious-right.html

like that's a bad thing. Sure, the company sells approximately twice as much in motivational tapes (fact), but they also will make billions from the E. European market and someone's going to earn those commissions...

Maybe he should have gone to work selling McDonald's franchises instead? Would the author consider that an honorable choice, or is he simply against business in general?

Pandas: The Silent Killer?
next 'Nightline'

That was dramatic and touching

...touching to see the Polish sing their anthem.
That definitely tapped into some emotions there. Interesting

I am for peace: but when I speak, they are for war. Ps 120:7
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Better to be divided by truth than united in error.
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The local church(not a building -a people) is the missing link. The time to build is now.