Previously we had SlayerofScams, a fellow scambuster on IGN, posting his essay on how people misconstrue Napoleon Hill's advice to coerce the weak-minded sheeple. [ Part 1 of 6 ] [ Part 2 of 6 ]
Here's part 3. Enjoy
Here's part 3. Enjoy
SlayerofScams, January 7, 2014
This seems like a good time for Round Three of Napoleon Hill's Smackdown of Vemma/Verve From Beyond the Grave.
Here is Hill’s twenty-seventh cause for failure at life:
27. INTENTIONAL DISHONESTY. There is no substitute for honesty. One may be temporarily dishonest by force of circumstances over which one has no control, without permanent damage. But, there is NO HOPE for the person who is dishonest by choice. Sooner or later, his deeds will catch up with him, and he will pay by loss of reputation, and perhaps even loss of liberty.
First, a special message to Bob Proctor: You see that, Bob Proctor? Your biggest hero and favorite role model condemns you for your intentional dishonesty in telling countless (tens of thousands? millions?) of people that Vemma/Verve is a great company and legitimate business opportunity. By the same token, Hill condemns you for your intentional dishonesty in bastardizing his words, "a winner never quits," in order to brainwash the Vemma/Verve victims to think that eventually they will get rich if only they keep allowing Vemma/Verve to rob them blind month after month and year after year.
You, Bob Proctor, have said in your own seminars, and in The Secret movie, things like, "whatever you put out to the universe is going to come back to you, whether good or bad." If you really believe that, then you know that your shilling for the illegal pyramid scheme/scam Vemma/Verve is destined to cause the universe to repay you with negative consequences for your evil behavior. Your reputation is already ruined, just as Hill predicted it would be. Was some more money - in the form of ill-gotten gains that BK Boreyko pays to you - really worth forever throwing away your [former] good name and legacy for, Bob?
Now a message to the other cult masters and the average Vemma shills: Here is what Hill is telling you. Stop your dishonest scamming ways immediately, before bad karma comes and bites you hard, including in such forms as: one, no one will respect you because you are a lowdown dirty scammer; and; two, your scamming may even cause you to go to prison. If you don't believe that you can go to prison for participating in an illegal scam, just ask Bernie Madoff. Madoff was recently sentenced to 150 years in prison for running an illegal ponzi scheme/scam. That is not much different than what you are doing by stealing the money from everyone who you recruit as your downline victims into the illegal Vemma/Verve pyramid scheme/scam.
Remember, Hill says that INTENTIONAL DISHONESTY causes failure at life. If you have read any posts in this thread, you now know that you are being dishonest every time you tell any new potential victim that "Vemma is a legitimate, once-in-a-lifetime, revolutionary new business opportunity, and one that will make you rich forever, if only you join and work very hard for a few years." Therefore, if you are a shill for Verve, you are destined to fail at life. Maybe that is why you are losing money every month, O average Vemma victim? Does working a "job" that causes you to lose money every month seem anything like failing at life? Think about it.
Editor's note. Keep in mind that self-delusion, i.e. dishonest to YOURSELF, happens quite a bit in pseudo-MLM and MLM as well.
And "fake it till you make it" is also being dishonest.
Coming soon... part 4!