Thursday, 29 March 2012

Eqafe Blues

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Hello there Destonians. How is the self-writing and breathing exercises going? Has Big Brother Poolman spouted out any new helpful nonsense? How is the Eqafe business going? It must be hard bearing the burden of working against capitalism while allowing it on the inside. But wait!? Eqafe has an affiliate program you say which helps support fellow Destonians? You can pick a Destonian to receive a percentage of the sales money before the rest goes into the black hole of Calcutta? Wow! That's great. I'll check it out.

Oh wait ...no! It still sucks. So I went to Eqafe from the Desteni site. I was curious so I clicked on one of the products as if I was actually going to buy it. After clicking on the "Add to cart" button, I was presented with a new page of a bunch of Destonians to click on. It seems if the Destonian had bought the product before he or she would appear on the list and could potentially benefit from the sale. However, after doing this several times, I began to notice certain people kept appearing again and again. Interestingly, the overall majority of the people who keep appearing on this special bubble head list all live at the Desteni Farm. Did all of these people actually purchase the product in order to get it in their inventories too? Hmmm ...I'm beginning to smell a rat.

So then, I actually decided to do a random sampling to see how often these people kept popping up. Using a random method I pulled 30 samples which is about 10% of the 300 products listed (at the time of this writing). Out of the 17 individuals who appeared again and again, 12 (70%) of them live at the Desteni Farm. And I'm sure that it's just a coincidence that Big Brother Poolman just happens to live at the farm too. Also, he doesn't seem to take any interest in what the other Destonians do. Meh ...why should he? He's got a business to run and worrying about flakes is not his priority. It should also be noted that Matti Freeman and Darryl W Thomas don't live at the farm but are closely tied to it. Surprisingly Darryl is the only inner circle member who doesn't seem to have a monopoly on the Eqafe products. I guess he was too busy playing word salad or bitching about something to stock up.

So once again, Desteni's leadership demonstrates how they are one and equal in action. Wouldn't it actually be equal if all members who were affiliates benefited equally? Why is that Desteni demands the world support them unconditionally but they don't even do it amongst their own ranks? Why do the members continue to excuse this unequal behavior?

I guess words are just more powerful than actions in Desteni. But it has been this way for a while hasn't it? And I suppose if it has been justified a thousand times already, I guess ignoring it is the right thing to do. Because I'm sure Poolman and company are going to properly do research into equality and stuff with no intentions of taking the money and running when the time is right. I sure am glad Desteni's rank and file members have such a thoughtful, caring, and wonderful Big Brother. They'll never have to feel like a sucker being taken for a ride.

7 comments:

Anonymous said...

hi to destenicult, i see that you critizise zeitgeist and equal money i have seen that there are real ways of change this monetary sistem but like what ?

whats your opinion on resource based economy ?

also i whant to know if you debunk desteni for a personal belive (like being of one religion) or for the truth that means you dont belive this things

Anonymous said...

The Animal Farm book from Orwell came to mind while reading this, as you can almost call the Destonian farm the Human Farm.

paladins-pub said...

Presently a resource based economy will not work. Certain advances in robotics, nuclear fusion, solar power, and nanotechnology will have to be achieved first. Once these technologies have grown sufficiently (say by around the end of this century), then it will possible to sustain something like a resource based economy.

destenicult said...

Desteni Farm an Orwellian Human Farm? Well, yes, especially when you consider they are in favour of eugenics....

http://marlenlife.wordpress.com/2011/11/29/eugenics-is-best-for-all-life-in-equality

destenicult said...

Re: the first comment...

We are not "debunking" as such, because it has already been obvious to most people who've encountered Desteni that it is a cult and a scam. We are just reporting on it in more detail.

Editors of this blog have no religious beliefs. If material published here is by persons with religious beliefs that is their prerogative. It is beside the point.

As for 'resource based economy' we'd prefer to live in the here and now not fantasise about some sci-fi technocracy.

Anonymous said...

ok, lol here and now sounds like desteni, but then what do you thing can change this world and transform the 1% of the people that have more than 70% of the world and that the 60% of the population can eat ? that atleast all people live like middle class simple is imposible ? so like the other say there is no technologie enougt ?

i ask about belifs cuz i see people criticise desteni for defend they belifs and thats for me hypocrite...

destenicult said...

The question of the cult of Desteni has to do with facts, which is why religious, spiritual or political beliefs are not of much relevance in the matter.

Desteni are not interested in facts, apart from cutting and pasting poverty statistics and information from news articles to try and make it look like EMS is a 'solution'.

As re: alternatives to capitalism towards ending poverty and starvation check some of the 'other links' in the sidebar.

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