I would like to introduce readers to the Soap Box Blog. A place where I invited Amway Critics to make a difference in their World. I invite as many who would like to be a guest blogger here.
I send out invitations to all well known critics to become a guest blogger here. Topics generally will revolved around Amway Global/Quixtar Criticisms but off topic posts are also welcome since this indeed is The Soap Box, a place where the Critics can decide what Interests them.
Of course, I will provide regular original content and assist anyone wanting to take part on the Soap Box. You don't necessarily have to be a well known critic to be a guest poster here; (are you listening Mike and Dave?) many of the commenter's on Quixtar Cult Intervention may not necessarily have a blog of their own to post their ideas but can now have a place to add their 2 cents. I will make myself available to assist anyone desiring to make their voice heard on top of the Soap Box.
There is a trend that critics like Rocket, Joecool, and myself have noticed as of late involving regular "dudes" who have been speaking out online about their perceptions of Amway, Amway Global, and the soon to be defunct Quixtar. Rocket of Rocket's Rants coined the term 'dudes' to describe these ragtag bunch of regular people who intuitively know what and how Amway rolls in their towns and make it a point to tell the world the truth. The Ozzamway Blog has also been high lighting others who have been adding their voices to the discussion with a unique Australian prospective. The Wall on Face Book is another area where regular people are expressing their views of Amway. I am heartened by the handling of Ambots recently by the regular sport dudes on their FanHome Forum. I have discovered numerous blog posts all expressing truthful assessments of the Amway and making their opinions known to the World. For a pernicious Amway Cult to succeed, they seek to control the information being disseminated about themselves. Blogger Scobbie Davis says that information is the enemy of these cults, and that is what Soap Box is all about. A round of applause is in order for the pioneers of Amway criticism, and a word of thanks goes out to Scott Larsen, the big dog of Amway criticism. Let's not forget what the fellows over at Q-Blog have accomplished with their web portal and forum. I also want to mention the efforts of Cindy Coenen on her Fraud Files Blog for exposing MLM Scams in general.
There also is another trend I have noticed from tracking online searches for information on Amway/Quixtar, and that is from dudes--both men and women--from the expanding nations of Asia and elsewhere who are looking for information about Amway most likely because they are being exposed to the Amway plan. I am thankful for other bloggers who provide these searchers with the sad truth about just how terrible a non-opportunity Amway really is.
Guest Blogger David Brear has provided many interesting articles for readers of Quixtar Cult Intervention. Guest bloggers now have a chance to also add their voices and make Soap Box a place where all things Amway Critic can find voice. The online advocates of Amway, the Ambots, troll the Internet seeking to set all the dudes straight. Amway apologists seek to 'invert reality' by denying the 'financial holocaust' that Amway has wrought. We critics can do more than anything to thwart these Merchants of Deception where we find these discriminators of lies and provide the antiseptic salve that keeps any wounds Amway opens up from becoming infected.
Folks desiring to take part in the Soap Box are welcome to simply comment and express their desire to take part. I will also entertain a one on one discussion with prospective contributors via email. Please feel free to email me: Quixtarisacult@gmail.com As always, Go Dudes!