It’s always nice to see cult leader Serge Benhayon get the attention he deserves, and this week UK paper The Times looks at the recent family court ruling in the UK to protect a child from Universal Medicine, and Benhayon’s defamation fail in the Supreme Court of NSW.
Plus, I give a brief walk-through of the Sunday Night on Seven program on the UniMed cult – picking out a few details viewers might have missed.
State MP for Lismore Janelle Saffin has introduced a private members’ bill calling for a judicial inquiry into Universal Medicine’s ‘pernicious influence’ on the community. It can’t come soon enough. Universal Medicine continues to deploy its promoters into community organisations, including NSW’s State Emergency Service (SES). That’s business as usual for the cult. Serge and his sales contingent obstinately refuse to acknowledge any of the serious issues surrounding their activities.
Sergeant Eric Walsh with Serge Benhayon in promo of Universal Medicine cult’s men’s group ‘Unfolding Men‘
14 August 2019 *ABC News outs UM’s misguided police complaints *Universal Law solicitor Paula Fletcher cops it from the judge *FUMIN in Frome *Sergio incognito *Accountability push *The Accidental Influencer
31 May 2019 *Ray Karam’s renewable election fail
15 May 2019 *Somerset Live on UM’s fugitive retreat
12 May 2019 *Media mop up
*Certified cult kookiness continues
*Ray Karam’s electoral optimism
*Damage control update – UK retreat moved to not so secret locale
17 Feb Sunday night on 7 report goes to air ↑
22 Feb – Universal Sounds Festival Melbourne
24 Feb – DIY notifications – protecting your community or organisation from UM
Update for New Zealand viewers: The Sunday Night report will air on free to air TV in NZ in future. I don’t know the date. That will be up to the broadcaster over there. Currently the report on YouTube is geo-blocked in NZ. That will be lifted after it goes to air. In the meantime, you could get around that by using a VPN.
❄️⛄️🎄 A SPIRITED CHRISTMAS TO ONE AND ALL!!!👻👻🎄⛄️❄️
WHAT a year it’s been! But the fun is not over. There’s more to look forward to in 2019.
Former Sydney tennis coach turned self-styled spiritual healer Serge Benhayon has suffered a spectacular loss in his Supreme Court defamation case against a former client, after a four-person jury found it was true to say he led a “socially harmful cult”, “intentionally indecently touched” clients and made “bogus healing claims”…
Ms Rockett’s solicitor, Stewart O’Connell of O’Brien Solicitors, said the verdict was a “victory against a Goliath organisation by a woman who refused to be bullied” and was a “vindication of Ms Rockett”. Sydney Morning Herald, 15 October 2018
Update: You can download a copy of the Supreme Court’s final determination at this link: https://www.caselaw.nsw.gov.au/decision/5c772e44e4b0196eea404c09#
I’ve also published an article on how to use the court’s orders to protect your community.