Friday, 31 July 2015

Donald Trump fronts 'ACN' - an 'MLM' racket, preying on British Muslims.

To almost all mainstream US politicians and political commentators (Democrat and Republican), the fact that Donald Trump (Republican) is currently being taken seriously as a potential US President, is both absurd and terrifying. 

'You can fool some people all of the time;' for history (and the above video) proves that there are always vulnerable persons who can be bedazzled by would-be demagogues pretending affinity with them, and who peddle simplistic, and/or non-rational, solutions to complex problems.

Considering Mr. Trump to be not only unelectable, but also the cause of significant damage to their party, many Republicans are looking for a way of derailing his bid for the White House. 

ACN Logo

Tellingly, as soon as Mr. Trump announced his candidature, 'MLM The American Dream made Nightmare' began to receive enquiries from US journalists about his connections with so-called 'Multi-Level Marketing.'

Since 2006, Donald Trump has been accepting large quantities of stolen cash to front the blame-the victim 'MLM Income Opportunity' cultic racket known as 'ACN' (instigated 1993 as the 'American Communications Network'). As a celebrity opinion-maker, Mr. Trump has been specifically chosen by the bosses of the 'ACN' racket not only to facilitate the perpetration of mass-fraud, but also to obstruct justice by preventing victims of the fraud from facing reality and complaining. Once you now how the 'MLM' trick has been pulled, 'ACN' is revealed as an essentially-ludicrous criminogenic organization with narcissistic bosses who have steadfastly pretended that they sell exclusive technologically-advanced products and services to customers and end users (based on value and demand) via a network of non-salaried commission agents. In reality, because 'ACN's' products and services have been effectively-unsaleable on the open-market (to persons with fully-functioning critical and evaluative faculties) the overwhelming majority of this fake 'direct selling' company's revenue has derived from a never-chain of victims' losing investment payments (based on the false expectation of future reward) laundered as 'sales.' 

More than four years ago, the 'ACN' racket was partially exposed by French network television, but (not least because of Trump's participation) this version of the pernicious 'MLM income opportunity' fairy story, carries on regardless all around the globe. 

Perhaps the most chilling aspect of the French television expose, was the fact that even the courageous 'ACN' victims who came forward to confess that they'd not only been defrauded, but also tricked into living a lie and helping to defraud their friends and relatives, felt obliged to describe 'ACN' in classic Orwellian Doublethink, as a 'legal fraud.'

Donald Trump has even been so bold as to promote the 'ACN' racket on his kitsch television show, 'The Apprentice.'

To date, the UK Mainstream media has taken little interest in the 'ACN' racket, despite the fact that a significant number of British Muslims have already fallen victim. Yet it seems to be common-knowledge amongst the Muslim community that 'ACN' is something far more sinister than just a financial swindle.

More than half a century of quantifiable evidence, proves beyond all reasonable doubt that what has become popularly known as 'Multi-Level Marketing' or 'Network Marketing' is nothing more than an absurd, cultic, economic pseudo-science, and that the impressive-sounding made-up term 'MLM,' is, therefore, part of an extensive, thought-stopping, non-traditional jargon which has been developed, and constantly-repeated, by the instigators, and associates, of various, copy-cat, major, and minor, ongoing organized crime groups (hiding behind labyrinths of legally-registered corporate structures) to shut-down the critical, and evaluative, faculties of victims, and of casual observers, in order to perpetrate, and dissimulate, a series of blame-the-victim closed-market swindles or pyramid scams (dressed up as 'legitimate direct selling income opportunites'), and related advance-fee frauds (dressed up as 'legitimate training and motivation, self-betterment, programs,leads,' etc.).

David Brear (copyright 2015)


  1. What crime has Trump committed?

    1. Anonymous - I would refer you to the US federal Racketeer Influenced and Corrupt Organizations (RICO) Act, 1970.

      Mr. Trump claims to be a 'billionaire businessman who knows how to make the USA great again', but anyone with an ounce of commercial common-sense can immediately smell that so-called 'MLM income opportunities' have precious little to do with 'business' in the traditonal sense of the word.

      Mr. Trump has sold his famous name (and kitsch image) to cultic criminals so that they can attract more victims into their related frauds, and prevent them from complaining. The co-opting of a this amoral celebrity opinion-maker (using stolen money) forms part of an overall pattern of ongoing major racketeering activity as defined by the RICO Act.

      Of course, if the bosses of the 'ACN' racket are ever held to account, Trump's defence will be one of ignorance, but, laughably,Trump's spent most of his adult life pretending that he's the smartest guy in the room.

      In respect of the 'ACN' racket, Mr. Trump has quite obviously been committing (and benefiting from) related frauds, and obstructing justice by preventing victims of these frauds from complaining.

    2. That's a matter of opinion.

    3. Anonymous - On the contrary, in this article (and subsequent comments) I have compiled an evidence-based analysis of 'MLM' racketeering in general and of 'ACN' in particular, along with a further evidence-based analysis of Mr. Trump's leading role in this criminal enterprise: whilst you have volunteered your demonstrably-inaccurate opinion that my evidence-based analysis, is merely my opinion.

    4. It's only your opinion, because MLM is legal.

    5. Anonymous - Lying to people or withholding key-information from them, in order to take their money, is fraud, which is a form of theft. The proposition that it is possible for ordinary persons to generate an overall net-profit by participating in any form of rigged, closed-market (i.e. without a significant or sustainable source of external revenue) is a lie. Since the 1940s, countless racketeers have been getting away with operating closed-market swindles dissimulated as 'legal MLM income opportunities,' whilst hiding the evidence that these swindles have produced effectively 100% loss/churn rates.

      By repeating the jargon-laced lie that 'MLM is legal,' you would appear to be one of these racketeers, or one of their agents.