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When an ex Educoist such as myself awakens from the brainwashing spell cast by Tony Quinn and begins to write the truth concerning his Educo cult, we are viewed by other Educoists as being negative, disgruntled people who are merely seeking to blame Tony Quinn for the hardships we have faced through being unduly influenced by his so called “teachings.” It is often said that it is our own fault that we fell under his spell of programming and hypnosis to live a materialistic lifestyle in accordance with his so called “good life” ideal. Everyone likes to think that they wouldn’t be hypnotised in this manner, that people who are brainwashed by cults are idiots or weak minded, but you would be very wrong in thinking that. Most of Quinn’s seminar participants were highly successful business people before meeting Tony Quinn. Indeed a Presidential candidate for Kenya named Martha Karua attended a seminar in Monte Carlo in 2013 which I was present at. She was sent on it by Susan Morrice, an oil rich millionaire. So the people who attend these seminars are far from idiots but they are still very much human and can be manipulated just like all of us, despite their apparent outer successes in life. Continue reading →
“Oh yes, I’m the great pretender, pretending I’m doing well. My need is such I pretend too much, I’m lonely but no one can tell. Oh yes I’m the great pretender, adrift in a world of my own. I play the game but to my real shame, you’ve left me to dream all alone. Too real is this feeling of make believe, too real when I feel what my heart can’t conceal. Ooh ooh, yes I’m the great pretender, just laughing and gay like a clown. I seem to be what I’m not, you see, I’m wearing my heart like a crown. Pretending that you’re still around.”
Jamie’s picture which was taken 15 years ago is good to keep in mind next September. Why? Because the Ryder Cup might come down to someone under undue influence or using their own mind to win for Europe. Watch this space.Continue reading →
“You have come on a two week seminar here, but YOU will never return”. And with these words Tony Quinn kicks off his seminar in Los Angeles in September 2001. As I look back now, 15 years later, I realise that he wasn’t telling lies. I (the real me) never did return. What returned was a guy who was programmed (hypnotised) to live in a manner similar to Tony Quinn himself. Continue reading →
We are for obvious reasons keeping the identity of the person who provided us with this account anonymous. This report gives us a clear understanding of the breach of human rights and the nature of the pyramid scam that many innocent members of Irish society have endured under the label of enlightenment. It is increasingly clear in that Quinn every year claims he is bringing some major insight which turns out to be the same old tapes of recycled new age froth. A pattern is emerging that suggests that those who have been victims will need to pursue a refund as they have been the victims of a scam. Many have received no receipts for courses costing over €15K and it is likely no tax has been paid in any jurisdiction for these totally off the wall courses and for the kind of money that is totally disproportionate to any gain received. Continue reading →
John Boyle was interviewed by Richard Curran on RTÉ – The Business
1 hour show looking at business and enterprise in Ireland.
18 April 2015
John Boyle grew up in Camlough, Co. Armagh, and after an extended stint as a bread van driver found himself having to reassess his life at the tender age of 25. He opened a bookmaker’s shop in nearby Markethill that has now grown into the BoyleSports empire of 205 outlets, a thriving online business, and an annual turnover in excess of €1bn.
I had to endure Susan and Josh trying to convince me that “perceived value” was very relevant in relation to the value of the company and consequently, the share price.
I could not get it into their thick skulls that the company should only be valued on the oil reserves and not the other bull that Tony was peddling. They had succeeded in getting an article in Business and Finance magazine*
and they wanted to ram it down my throat, I know where I would have rammed it at the time.
Tony was attempting to talk up the value of the shares so as to get the shares trading, he told us in the Red Cow in 2007 that the shares were more likely worth $1,000 and implied that he would pay $400 to anyone who wanted to sell. We now know he didn’t pay anything for shares. Continue reading →