Over the years, I have published several evidence-based articles warning that the organisation known as 'Lyoness' (a.k.a. 'Lyconet') which was instigated in Austria by Hubert Freidl and his criminal associates, has been the front for a blame-the-victim 'Income Opportunity/Prosperity Gospel' cultic racket, comprising a dissimulated rigged-market swindle and related advance fee frauds. It should go without saying that no one has produced any independent evidence to challenge the accuracy of this fully-deconstructed analysis. Furthermore, I have taken great pains to explain that the 'Lyoness' racket is neither original nor unique and that, consequently, it cannot be fully-understood in isolation.
Twice last year, I was contacted by 'J.T.' - a British Blog reader with urgent concerns about 'Lyoness' recruitment in the UK Independence Party.
'J.T.' (who wishes to remain anonymous, but who is a member of UKIP) wrote:
'Warnings that Lyoness is some sort of pyramid scheme have been circulated by our National Executive Committee... these warnings have been wilfully ignored and Tomasz Slivnik has resigned from the NEC in protest... I have personally seen unwary people recruited into Lyoness at UKIP events and been insulted for speaking my mind ... frankly it's disgraceful!'
'J.T' sent me various explanatory links (see below).
With an irony close to exquisite, it turned out that the European bosses of the 'Lyoness' racket had been trying to infiltrate the UK Independence Party via one of its own British officials and his 'business partner.'