So the multi-level-marketing messiah I’ve been following is out of the womb with his sketchy cell cleaning product. He says the miracle he’s hawking will cross cell membranes and clean out all the accumulated metals in your system.
He doesn’t say how you will know, or even if it can be measured. It can’t. You just have to trust him and the two unemployed overnight infomercial docs he has on board.
He won’t post specifics for fear of attribution. Maybe because he just squeaked through a huge bankruptcy a few days ago.
To be included, (because time is running out and you might be tossed onto the trash heap of loser-hood), you have to have a long “Come-to-Jesus” with him on a secure line. (He uses God, a lot.)
I got fascinated when I saw his tagline: “I empower people.” Right there, ya got me.
This is an admittedly tough sell and he knows it. So he makes your inability to get a “yes”, a character flaw. You are so not worthy, you scum.
When I watch him post his hurried little pep talks to his peeps, I roll around my carpet and hug my dog.
Here’s the deal: He needs more followers. Is that you? You have to be brave, you have to be chosen and undaunted and have a passion for Kool-Aid.
If that is you, you will receive a free head scarf like this, and a whole bottle of saki. You’ll need it.
May the farce be with you.