Friday, 13 April 2012

'XANGO' another 'MLM' hybrid of Ponzi scheme and snake oil selling

This article has been updated as of May 22nd 2013.

Please click on the link below, to read:

 'One author of the Xango lie, Bryan B. Davis, accuses five others of racketeering.'         

In 1945, whilst most, contemporary mainstream commentators were unable to look beyond the ends of their noses, with a perfect sense of irony, George Orwell (1903-1950) presented fact as fiction in an insightful 'fairytale' entitled, 'Animal Farm.' He revealed that totalitarianism is merely the oppressors' fiction mistaken for fact by the oppressed. In the same universal allegory, Orwell described how, at a time of vulnerability, almost any people's dream of a future, secure, Utopian existence can be hung over the entrance to a totalitarian deception. Indeed, the words that are always banished by totalitarian deceivers are, 'totalitarian' and 'deception.' Sadly, when it comes to examining the same enduring phenomenon, albeit with an ephemeral 'American/Capitalist' label, most contemporary, mainstream commentators have again been unable to look further than the ends of their noses. However, if they followed Orwell's example, and did some serious thinking, this is the reality-inverting nightmare they would find.


From 'The Universal identifying Characteristics of a Cult' (Axiom Books, David Brear copyright 2005)

Manipulation. Pernicious cults employ co-ordinated, devious techniques of social and psychological persuasion (variously described as: ‘covert hypnosis’, ‘mental manipulation’, ‘coercive behaviour modification’, ‘group pressure’, ‘thought reform’, ‘ego destruction’, ‘mind control’, ‘brainwashing’, ‘neuro-linguistic programming’, ‘love bombing’, etc.). These techniques are designed to fulfil the hidden criminal objectives of the leaders by provoking in the adherents an infantile total dependence on the group to the detriment of themselves and of their existing family, and/or other, relationships. Pernicious cults manipulate their adherents’ existing beliefs and instinctual desires, creating the illusion that they are exercising free will. In this way, adherents can also be surreptitiously coerced into following potentially harmful, physical procedures (sleep deprivation, protein restriction, repetitive chanting/ moving, etc.) which are similarly designed to facilitate the shutting down of an individual’s critical and evaluative faculties without his/ her fully-informed consent.


The grinning instigators of the 'XANGO' racket
(left) Kent Wood, Gordon Morton, 
Gary Hollister, Joe Morton, Aaron Garrity, Bryan Davis

In response to several requests, the following is a brief deconstruction and analysis of the, absurd, but nonetheless pernicious,'Amway' copy-cat 'MLM' racket known as 'XANGO.'

According to the authors of the frighteningly-familiar 'XANGO'  fairytale:

'XANGO, LLC, was founded in 2002, and is a privately-owned international network marketing company based in Lehi, Utah. The company markets and distributes XANGO Juice, a blended juice product consisting of mangosteen and other juices, and skin care, personal care, energy supplement and nutritional supplement products formulated with botanical ingredients. Since 2008 XANGO been selling more than $1.5 billions annually of products via more than one million distributors in 27 countries'

 'Xango' pyramid of duplicating 'Ks' leading to 'FFF' 

In the adult world of quantifiable reality, 'XANGO' is the label hung over the entrance to a cultic, blame-the -victim, closed-market swindle and related advance fee fraud. Inside this progressively-incomprehensible and expensive- to-play game of Utopian make-believe, an endless chain of ill-informed victims have been told that they can achieve unlimited health, wealth, happiness, etc., simply through exactly duplicating the 'positive' example of 'Xango winners' and buying a regular quota of 'XANGO' products each month whilst recruiting their own social contacts to 'duplicate the same lawful MLM sales and marketing plan.'

In theory, profits automatically multiply as an individual 'Xango Distributor's' own network is built through geometric progression. In practise, other than the insignificant number of schills at the top of the recruitment-chain, the hidden overall rolling insolvency/churn rate for the so-called 'XANGO income opportunity,' has been 100%.

'XANGO' orgy of deluded self-gratification, Taiwan 2010

The 'XANGO' racketeers (who are adherents of the 'Mormon Church') are currently stealing money from the citizens of the USA, as well as those of Australia, Austria, Belgium, Bermuda, Canada, Finland, France, Germany, Hong Kong, Ireland, Italy, Japan, Kazakhstan, Latvia, Malaysia, Mexico, Netherlands, New Zealand, Norway, Philippines, Portugal, Russia, Singapore, South Africa, Spain, Sweden, Switzerland, Taiwan, Trinidad, United Kingdom and the Ukraine.


Like the latter-day snake oil pedlars they are, deluded 'XANGO' adherents have recited a precisely-worded script which pretended more than 20 human health benefits for their unique star product, 'XANGO' juice, including 'anti-inflammatory, anti-microbial, anti-fungal, anti-viral, anti-cancer, anti-ulcer, anti-hepatotoxic, anti-rhinoviral and anti-allergic effects.'  Promotional material for the product merely states that 'research has been carried out' into XANGO's capacity to prevent all manner of illness, from leukemia, tumours and diabetes to Parkinson's disease, depression and fatigue, and that  'antioxidants from the inedible rind of fruit provide health benefits.' However, there is no independent research-based evidence to prove any of these vague, and/or essentially meaningless, anecdotal claims. Consequently, 'XANGO' has already attracted the attention of the Federal Drug Administration and widespread criticism from within the medical profession.

Reminiscent of 'Nutrilite Double X' (concocted by Carl F. Rehnborg in the 1940s),  'XANGO' juice is just an inert blend of mangosteen aril and pericarp purée with juice concentrates of eight other fruits: apple, pear (juice and purée), grape, blueberry, raspberry, strawberry, cranberry and cherry. Other ingredients include citric acid, natural flavour, pectin, xanthan gum, sodium benzoate and patassium sorbate. Unfortunately, since 'XANGO products have comprised cheaply-procured common substances, but offered at exorbitant fixed-prices (e.g. 750ml of 'XANGO' juice is almost $40), they have been effectively-unsaleable on the open-market. 'XANGO' juice is at best a harmless placebo, but due to its price, the liquid is the eqivalent of a valueless amalgam of shiny base-metals being offered at the cost of pure gold.

'XANGO' Internet propaganda

No matter what childish drivel they spout in defence of their egos, the overwhelming majority of people who have regularly handed over their cash in exchange for 'XANGO' wampum have clearly only done so under the delusion that they were duplicating a proven plan to achieve 'financial freedom forever;' for there is absolutely no quantifiable evidence that a significant quantity of 'XANGO' wampum has been retailed to the general public for a profit by 'XANGO' adherents. Indeed, the organization itself does not dispute this fact, but, like those of 'Amway,' 'Xango's' officers illogically claim that their company's products are bought solely due to value and demand.  Self-evidently, because the so-called 'XANGO MLM income opportunity,' has had no significant or sustainable source of revenue other than that deriving from its own constantly-churning, insolvent participants, its instigators have been operating a dissimulated closed-market swindle, in which losing-investments have simply been laundered as 'sales.' From all rational points of view, 'XANGO' wampum might as well not exist. 

Chart depicting Bernie Madoff's claimed '18 years of constantly-expanding profits' (in red)
'XANGO' boss Gary Hollister

Some strangely-familiar 'XANGO' propaganda

Exactly like Charles Ponzi, Bernie Madoff, Reed Slatkin, etc., the instigators of the 'XANGO' racket are narcissistic, economic alchemists who have bedazzled their victims with an avalanche of pseudo-scientific/financial hocus-pocus, in order to peddle them infinite shares of their own finite money. Amazingly, at the same time as Bernie Madoff was still steadfastly pretending to be running the 'World's Largest Hedge Fund,'  the bosses of 'XANGO' began boasting that they were running the 'World's Fastest Growing Business.' 

Ironically, in 1920, Charles Ponzi was also steadfastly pretending to be running the World's Fastest Growing Business, called the 'Securities Exchange Company.' By peddling worthless pieces of paper in denominations up to $50 000 (on which he personally signed a 'guarantee to refund bearers their initial investment + 50 % interest in 90 days'), within less than one year, Ponzi had collected more than $20 millions (the equivalent today of approximately quarter of a billion dollars). For months, people (including many police officers) were literally queueing to give Ponzi their cash, falsely-reasoning that nothing so large and visible could possibly be a fraud, and, anyway, if Ponzi was a crook, he would have been immediately arrested.

Doug Wead preaching
 the perverted 'MLM Prosperity Gospel'

Other than the fact that the two cultic rackets are essentially identical, the 'XANGO' bosses are directly linked to the 'Amway' bosses via Doug Wead and Jean or John Godzich. Classically, victims of the initial 'XANGO' fraud have been deceived into buying publications, recordings, tickets to meetings, etc., on the pretext that these 'materials/tools' contain exclusive secrets, vital to achieving success. At the same time, victims have been drawn into the universal, blame-the-victim, closed-logic, cultic trap, in which they have been conditioned to visualise their 'dreams and goals' as future reality and to believe that they can only achieve the redemption of 'financial freedom forever' through exactly duplicating the 100% positive (i.e. unquestioning) belief and behaviour of their redeemed, multi-millionaire leaders. Thus, few victims have complained, because they have falsely-believed that failure to succeed in 'XANGO' is solely the fault of the individual who didn't believe totally. Sadly, most core-victims have been deceived into joining 'XANGO' by their own friends and relatives and, in turn, they have tried to deceive their own social contacts, making the ego-destroying truth even more difficult to face.

In order to further shut down the critical and evaluative faculties of victims and casual observers, the instigators of the 'XANGO' racket have used a proportion of their ill-gotten gains to infiltrate traditional culture. e.g. In November 2006, 'XANGO, LLC,' became the main corporate sponsor of Real Salt Lake (one of N. America's most-successful professional soccer clubs) in a 4 year deal costing  between $500 000 and $1 million per year. In 2006, the company gave a 5-year, $1 million grant to Orem, Utah arts council, for naming-rights to what is currently called the 'XANGO Grand Theater.' 

Utah Senator Orrin Hatch (b. 1934)

Utah Attorney General, Mark Shurtleff (b. 1957)

'XANGO, LLC,' has been the main contributor to the political campaign of Utah Senator, Orrin Hatch, giving $47 200 in 2008 and $46 700 in 2006. However, Orrin Hatch and various members of his family (in the so-called 'lobbying' business) have been in receipt of huge quantities of cash deriving from 'XANGO' and other similar 'Mormon' owned corporate structures registered in Utah. Indeed, the de facto agents of 'MLM' racketeers have had a hand in writing an amendment to Utah State legislation, exempting 'MLM' schemes from common-sense statutes which previously banned all endless-chain, pyramid frauds. The Republican, 'Mormon' Attorney General of Utah, Mark Shurtleff, who supported this amendment (SB 182), has been heavily-backed by Utah-based 'MLM' racketeers. Furthermore, Shurtleff has been a speaker at 'MLM' orgies of deluded self-gratification.

'MLM donations' to Mark Shurtleff, 2008
Orrin Hatch at 'XANGO' HQ

It almost goes without saying that Orrin Hatch is also a Republican and an adherent of the 'Mormon Church.' He is a qualified attorney who has served as Chairman of the Senate Committee on Judiciary and as a senior member of the Senate Select Committee on Intelligence. In the recent past, Orrin Hatch has had aspirations to become a member of the US Supreme Court.

Yet again, when the wider-picture is examined, 'XANGO' is revealed as being one small part of a pattern of ongoing, major racketeering activity (as defined by the US federal Racketeer Influenced and Corrupt Organizations Act, 1970, and clarified by subsequent US Supreme Court judgements); for without significant or sustainable external revenue, all so-called 'MLM income opportunities' have been variations of essentially the same cruel lie which has been repeated so often, that many people have come to accept it as the truth.

It almost goes without saying that Mitt Romney has been receiving stolen money from the 'XANGO,' latter-day snake oil pedlars who continue to pose as 'Latter Day Saints.'

NameAddressDateAmountOccupation/EmployerNotesRecipient Committee
1Jennifer Craven278 N. 250 W.
American ForkUT
Executive Assistant
ContributionRomney for President
2Dwayne Dyer5031 Old Oak Lane
ContributionRomney for President
3Gordon MortonDraperUT3/7/06
[contribution]Commonwealth PAC Federal
4Gordon Morton619 E. Fitz Lane
Reattribution To SpouseRomney for President
5Gordon Morton619 E. Fitz Lane
See ReattributionRomney for President
6Gordon Morton619 E. Fitz Lane
Refunded $4,200.00 On 02/08/2007Romney for President
7Joseph MortonOremUT6/13/06
[contribution]Commonwealth PAC Federal
8Joseph Morton1308 S. 1100 E.
Reattribution To SpouseRomney for President
9Joseph Morton1308 S. 1100 E.
See ReattributionRomney for President
10Joseph Morton1308 S. 1100 E.
ContributionRomney for President
11John FredericTempleman4728 Mile High Drive
ContributionRomney for President

The above, official 'donations' to Mitt Romney, were declared in 2007. Obviously, if Mr. Romney is elected to the office of US President, the chances of the 'XANGO' mob being held fully to account for their financial and psychological crimes against humanity, will suddenly become even more remote than they are now.

David Brear (copyright 2012)


  1. Good job mr Brear,I would also like to add that Xango's top 2 supposed third party
    research doctors are non other than,
    David Morton: brother of Xango founders Joe and Gordon Morton.And
    Dr frederick Templeman: father in law of David Morton, who is married to his Daughter Celine.
    Wow !what a coincidence, and it seems that they became experts on the healing powers of Mangosteen in 2002 when Xango llc was born.
    They have even written books on mangosteen and where the target of the FDA warning.
    Ofcourse Xango claimed it was 3rd party literature that resulted in the FDA warning.
    If family members are hawking the snake oil, and claiming it cures everything from Cancer to bad breath, with the founders knowledge and consent ,how do they become 3rd party?
    And I might add another sleazeball named Sherman unkefer(google sherman unkefer prison) he is Xango's top distributor.
    He was sent to prison for 10 years in one of the biggest cases of fraud in Arizona history.
    Claiming to be a man of great integrity, Mr Unkefer claims to make millions of $$$ selling Xango, yet hides all his money in a Cook Island Trust behind his deceased wife's name.
    The purpose of this is to avoid paying a $7.5 million dollar restitution to the victims of his Fraud. Great Guy!
    One of Xango's other great doctors is Shawn Talbott, he was fined over a $million in fines and property for making false claims about another phony cure all supplement called cotisol.
    Xango's patents have been denied,and they have been involved in several lawsuits.
    One lawsuit claims that founder Joe Morton never found a mangosteen in Malaysia, but simply stole the idea from the the juice company he was with before Xango called Morinda, that make Noni Juice.

    Hawai'i Journal of Medicine feb 2012 does a fine job of clearing the smoke and mirrors act of Mangosteen (Xango)with thier article:
    Science in Liquid Dietary Supplement Promotion: The Misleading Case of Mangosteen Juice.
    Thank you Mr Brear for your informative and truthfull review of Xango.
    Harley D

  2. Hello!

    Have you seen the videos of the protests and protestors in Russia and Khazikstan protesting XanGo? Hundreds of people have come together demanding their money back. It appears that Founder Aaron Garrity and President Daniel Laroque promised people money to invest in a false film investment. The film investment company was named MIG PROD. You can watch the video detailing it all here.

    If you type in youtube Daniel Laroque Russia. You will find all of the interviews, protest footage and other related links to the source video above. Please make people aware so they know about XanGo and mig prod.

    Thank you

  3. Hello,

    I can't thank you enough for all this information!
    Yesterday I was talked into watching a video conference by a work colleague, I was instantly aware of the pyramidal scam structure of the whole scheme, then googled it and found out about the link with the Mormons, and the false healthy claims... It is sad to see how people can still be lured by that kind of s**t really!
    Would it be ok to share your article on my Facebook page?

    Please let me know,

    Best regards

    Cecile (

  4. Cecile

    Please feel free to share my article on the 'Xango'racket.

    I am also very interested to know more details about your own experience.

    The terrible aspect of this type of cultic fraud is that it is self-perpetuating. Deluded victims attempt to ensnare more victims, but they are conditioned to believe that they are trying to help their friends and relatives achieve 'financial freedom.'

    'Xango' is only one of several US-based, pernicious 'MLM' cults linked to the 'Mormons' and Mitt Romney.

    You can find further articles on this Blog about 'Herbalife', 'NuSkin' etc.

    Kindest regards

    David Brear

  5. Hi David

    Thanks for the permission :)
    I also heard about the Herbalife one, it is also spread here in France...
    Last time I read about Mitt Romney and the presidency he was in good place, if he gets elected all this will be deeply buried!
    My experience was very short, luckily:
    As I told you, a work colleague asked me if I wanted to make some side money legally and I said yes (who doesn't?); so I gave her my email address and she got someone (probably the guy who co-opted her) to send me the following link for a video conference lasting 25min:
    As I had agreed to watch it, I followed the complete speech but fortunately understood straight away that it was bad!
    I just hope I can make my workmate understands that she shouldn't get into this...

    Best regards


  6. Cecile

    Hopefully, your colleague is not already brainwashed.

    You can try telling your colleague that 'Herbalife's' so-called 'MLM income opportunity' has recently been declared unlawful by a Belgian commercial court. This was after the company was sued by a Belgian consumer protection association on the grounds that it was operating a dissimulated pyramid scam without external revenue. Predictably, this judgement has already been appealed.

    The case revolved around the important question as to whether any 'Herbalife' wampum was being sold to the general public in Belgium. 'Herbalife's' Belgian lawyers argued that it wasn't for the company to prove its innocence, it was for the prosecution to prove 'Herbalife's' guilt. In the end, after years of legal delays, a judge applied common-sense and ruled that 'Herbalife' had to provide the court with evidence that its products were being retailed to the general public and not just being sold to its constantly-churning insolvent agents.

    The big Mormon 'MLM' cults are all traded on the New York stock exchange. If the US Securities and Exchange Commission applied the same common sense as the Belgian Judge and required that all publicly-owned, alleged 'direct selling' companies provide proof that they have an external source of revenue, then the share values of 'Herbalife, NuSkin' etc., would immediately collapse and the officers of these counterfeit direct selling companies would all risk long prison terms for securities fraud, racketeering, obstruction of justice, etc.

    A celebrated hedge fund manager, David Einhorn, recently asked the corporate officers of 'Herbalife' what percentage of their company's declared sales were to the public? As a result of their failure to give a clear response, the market value 'Herbalife' and 'NuSkin' shares immediately dropped by 33%. However, so-far, no SEC or FBI investigation has transpired.

    Currently the USA is living in denial of the alarming fact that the Rebublican party's 'Mormon' US Presidential candidate has been bought by 'Mormon' racketeers.


  7. Hum denial is quite common I guess, see what happened here with Sarkozy and the Gaddafi Libyan funding of his 2007 campaign: even though people here got the news about this he almost got reelected!
    My colleague has been using XanGo with her family for the last two months so I'm not too sure about the brainwashing, anyway when people are convinced it is very difficult to get them to see the reality (e.g. scientologists or Jehovah witnesses, etc...)!

    Many thanks again, I've bookmarked your blog and I'll be reading it from now on!

  8. my mom is BRAINWASHED. people seriously get SICKLY mentally attached to the promises that have been made to them. it becomes like stockholm syndrome. it really is Scary. Xango should be treated as a cult, and its adherents should be just as scared.

  9. 'Xango' is a cult, because it has exhibited the universal identifying characteristics of a cult. 'Xango' is neither original nor unique, consequently, it cannot be fully understood in isolation.

    I'm sorry to hear about your 'Xango'-adherent mother. I've seen exactly the same pernicious phenomenon with members of my own family in England, who fell under the malign influence of the 'Amway' mob back in the 1990s.

    Yes, 'Stockholm Syndrome' has been used to explain the radical changes of personalty which occur within cults. Core-cult adherents lose all capacity to think critically as individuals and to act in their own interests. They begin to behave like obedient robots, and they replicate the speech and behaviour of their masters. For some time, adherents of the original 'MLM prosperity gospel' cult, 'Amway,' have been popularly referred to as 'Ambots.'

    In the N. of England, 'Ambots' were also described as 'Jackpot Witnesses.'

  10. Mr Brear,

    I know XanGo has contacted several websites in attempt to shut them down with defamation lawsuits and the like. I hope you will continue to stand firm even in the face of their legal cronies. Thank you for exposing the truth.

  11. Strangely, no shyster attorney representing the 'Xango' racketeers has tried to contact me. However, no shyster attorney representing any other 'MLM' cult has tried to contact me either.

    This is probably because these amoral dunces with law diplomas know that I would recognize any attempt to intimidate me by the bosses of any US-based cult for what it is - i.e. part of an overall pattern of ongoing major racketeering activity (as defined by the Racketeer Influenced and Corrupt Organizations Act, 1970, and clarified by various subsequent US Supreme Court judgements).

    The 'Xango' Ministry of Truth knows perfectly-well that the one simple question which cannot be answered by all 'MLM' racketeers concerns the percentage of claimed 'sales' which have actually been retail sales to the general public for a profit by adherents, rather than unlawful payments into a dissimulated closed-market swindle, laundered as 'sales.'

    No matter how much money they have got to put on the table,'MLM' racketeers have all been bluffing and I am calling their bluff.

    David Brear (copyright 2012)

  12. There is a great article exposing the history of massive fraud and current deception to avoid criminal restitution than non other than Xango's top sales man Sherman Unkefer.
    Google Phoenix New Times sept 20th 2012: Two ex cons fight for stakes in a gold for cash business.

  13. People should know that there has been an ongoing FBI investigation into XanGo for more than a year. This can be easily confirmed.

    Very interesting that no one in Utah is touching XanGo other than reporting on the lawsuit and nothing deeper. So I thought we should look at the more disturbing details of the lawsuits.

    Look at the allegations on both sides. RICO violations, Law enforcement officers abusing their powers while working for XanGo, illegal campaign contributions to Mitt Romney and Orin Hatch's campaigns, RICO violations, russian citizens who were defrauded as stated in Bryan Davis's lawsuit against XanGo. Since Utah reporters aren't looking into this I thought I would dig myself. Here is what I found.

    There are dozens of videos documenting the fraud XanGo has perpetuated in Russia on youtube? Simply go to youtube and type "xango russia fraud" and you will see video after video of testimonies of russian citizens who have been defrauded. All holding signs of how much money they are owed and even in some instances asking specifically aaron garrity and daniel laroque for their money back. It is appalling. There is even a full investigative report that was done on it by a Russian news agency. You can read a breakdown of these videos and the russian news report here.

    Xango has tried to cover up the scandal by recently letting Daniel Laroque, XanGo's former president resign. He still collects a check as a consultant. This is the man allegedly who was instrumental in the bribery of customs officials.

    The accusation in the lawsuit is that Xango security personnel was instructed to use their law enforcement access to gather information on competitors, distributors and anyone Aaron Garrity requested, to be used for his advantage. How and why would someone do this? Who is this person? The name listed in the lawsuit is Justin Barrett. After some digging we found him and verified his position with the company. Here is his photo and a link to his xango facebook page.

    There was a report done on him a year back by a utah news program ksl. Here is the link to that story. He apparently is a police officer in utah.

    Allegedly Justin used his access to BCI as well as the same system used by officers when they pull you over to access private information on individuals used by law enforcement. This information is not public. The accusation is that Justin used his access and other police officers access for Aaron Garrity to get private information on employees, distributors and competitors.

    Further, is that Justin employs Provo police officers at XanGo conventions for security, as bodyguards for the founders of XanGo when they travel to foreign countries, and at the XanGo buildings as security officers. Is there not a conflict here? Does XanGo get special treatment by law enforcement in Provo? Why isn't the FBI or this police departments internal affairs looking into this?

    1. Thank Anonymous - As an independent Englishman looking in on this gruesome little 'Mormon' Mafia, it seems very clear what has been happening here.

      Shame on the USA; for another gang of narcissistic charlatan/parasites has been allowed to establish a pernicious blame-the-victim racket (comprising a dissimulated pyramid scam and related advance fee frauds) in the demonstrably-corrupt 'Mormon'-dominion of Utah.

      Whilst morally, and intellectually, feeble American federal, and state, senior law enforcement agents have done effectively-nothing, these racketeers have steadily acquired a mountain of stolen cash which they have used to export their pernicious racket all around the globe, and to obstruct justice.

      Due to the amount of cash which the peddling of the unoriginal 'Xango MLM income opportunity' lie has already generated, and the depth to which it has infiltrated traditional culture, the clandestine criminal activities of its authors represents an ongoing threat to democracy and the rule of law.

      Whilst the 'Xango' racketeers have been pretending moral and intellectual authority, they have secretly been inflicting economic, and psychological, warfare tactics on huge numbers of their fellow citizens and on the citizens of various other democracies.

      It's not difficult to deduce what the founding fathers of the American Republic would have thought of the 'Xango' mob.

      George Washington, Thomas Jefferson, Benjamin Franklin, Thomas Paine etc., would have applied common-sense and concluded that the US Constitution was drawn up to protect the American people from absolutism, not as a license for manipulative thieves to instigate their own absolutist states in microcosm.

      I notice that the one thing which is not mentioned in this recent lawsuit, is that the bosses of the pernicious fairy story entitled 'Book of Mormon' have been receiving their own share of the unlawful profits from the pernicious fairy story entitled 'Xango MLM Income Opportunity.'

      David Brear (copyright 2013)

  14. I have a few friends involved in this damn cult, they pretend they are helping people by forcing them have a monthly withdrawal and hoping they can sell such crap.

    1. well said. the cult is caused by their sponsor making outlandish claims to income and
      products. like religion people suspend logic