This week’s cult odditiesPosted: May 23, 2013
Eunice Minford’s Esoteric sense of humour, Joel Levin’s outrage scale, Jane Keep’s mastery of the Universe and the RMRC site gets hacked.
Consultant Surgeon and cult apologist extraordinaire, Eunice Minford‘s Facebook page is not anywhere a sane person would want to linger, particularly when one tries to account for the number of ‘friends’ against the content of her posts. It’s a grab bag of silliness, between the pseudoscience, the hypocritical blustering about sex crimes and homophobia and the conspiracy theories. The bombs had barely gone off in Boston before Eunice was linking to ‘reports’ from the source of utmost journalistic integrity — YouTube.
Yeah, real funny Eunice. Serge says cats are PRANIC! 😮 because they represent spirit rather than Esoteric ‘soul’, resulting in a heap of cult members taking their cats to the pet shelter to be destroyed or adopted out, and Eunice thinks cat hating is funny.
She has a similar Esoteric sense of humour about marriage.
Very tasteful, Eunice. Particularly for a major recruiter to a cult that specializes in destroying relationships and families, and fetishizes death. Note the lols from Sarah Cloutier, another morbid apologist promoting the Esoteric eating disorder they call a ‘diet’ on the HuffPost site.
We know, Eunice.
Ohhh, we know.
Our sense of humour in the anti-cult bunker is very un-Esoteric. For example, we think it’s funny Eunice planned to hold an introductory one day mind fuck and pseudoscience workshop called ‘Life is Medicine’ at the Lighthouse last month for £85 per head. The publicity included threats of poetic expression and ‘humour’.
It was cancelled.
Ha ha ha.
Next is cult oddball Joel Levin, who runs AHA Consulting, assisting ‘organisations, stakeholders and communities to engage in quality deliberation, debate and decision making’ or something. Whatever. Obviously he can sell that on Planet Earth, but we all know there’s no dice for deliberation, debate and autonomous decision making on Planet Serge, where followers await every pronouncement from ‘The One’ and dare not question.
Anyway, the really fun item sent to us from Joel’s site is the ‘Outrage Factors Assessment Worksheet‘, LOL. It’s rather a sensible document. One wonders if Joel has thought of applying it to the cult he’s happy to spruik on the internet.
Anyway, without reprinting the whole thing, according to AHA consulting, the outrage factor can influence a stakeholder’s willingness to take on a project. We might suggest a stakeholder is a loved one of a Universal Medicine cult member, or even a potential recruit with access to the FACTS. According to the consultancy, a high outrage factor exists when a project is forced upon people rather than being chosen; is artificially created, rather than occurring naturally; is strange as opposed to familiar; involves dread and catastrophe; is ill defined (spherical perhaps); run by a group where minimal control is given to individuals; is considered immoral by the collective; is managed by an organization the community does not trust; and includes a reactive process with little information provided along the way.
Sound like anyone we know?
Ex Esoteric Breast Massager Jane Keep wrote a cheerful little blog post about karma, causality, magical thinking, car park bingles and insufferable anti-sociability and ingratitude. It’s difficult to tell which is more bent, her car’s fender or her cult warped mind.
In short, someone damaged Jane’s red car all because she ignored her precious feelings and instead of buggering off from work at the usual time, she stayed behind because someone asked to converse with her (an imposition regarded by UM as ‘abuse’). She reckons her car wouldn’t have been hit if she’d listened to her body, honoured her self loving choices, behaved more antisocially and pissed off went she felt like it. The ding in her car was KARMA! for not being narcissistic enough. A bunch of truth bloggers agreed and congratulated her on her amazing insight.
The whingeing is unbearable, particularly since she expended however many words and gentle breaths bitching about how she was NOT angry at the other driver for a bit of panel damage. The other driver actually did the unthinkable and left a note with his contact details, so not only did he fess up, but he covered the repairs.
But never mind the guy’s decency or her good fortune. The catastrophic incident was telling Jane all about her CONTROL OF THE UNIVERSE.
In this simple incident I could feel how the choices I make are connected to something much greater, something that connects with everyone else/everything else, and this confirmed what I had already known somewhere deep down: that every single action, incident, occurrence in our lives has a deeper meaning and is related to our choices – in this case my choice to dishonour my feelings and stay later, so my car was, if you will, ‘out of place’ and consequently was not ‘seen’. My choice to stay was the cause, the effect being that someone bumped into my car.
This incident has certainly given me a gentle nudge to pay full attention to my feelings, and that even a moment’s delay can have an implication somewhere down the line, whatever that implication is.
Yep, Jane Keep is able to control the universe with her self-loving choices. Nothing can ever go wrong if one follows pervey Uncle Sergey.
The psychiatry community have a full set of terms for that condition.
As one of our correspondents commented, replace the fender bender with sexual assault or murder and you get the full psychological toxicity of Serge’s victim blaming.
Finally, Real Media Real Change is whining their website was hacked. A little birdie told us the site had been suspended and Venus got excited thinking Sarah Davis had come to her senses, but no. I’m not sure the hacking was apparent on most web browsers, but I did try to access the site on my mobile and got a loop of rather festive porn. (I don’t know if I was seeing correctly or because the screen was small, but there were body parts in those shots I didn’t know existed…)
Anyway, Venus must be going soft because she felt sorry for Sarah for about 7.5 seconds, until I reminded her RMRC is a cult front anti-free speech pimping operation for Esoteric Women’s Health, with zero transparency, who helped get her blog shut down. That snapped her out of it. Then we got on a Joel Levin outrage roll and looked up their latest Facebook offerings. If their deregistered International Women’s Day punt wasn’t bad enough, RMRC is now parasitially attaching itself to the campaigns against the sexualization of children by the mass media.
Real Media Real Change energetically market inappropriate touching as healing by the Universal Medicine cult, and clearly have no objection to adolescent girls staying for extended periods in the Messiah’s home with the wife he cohabited with since she was 13.
It’s no wonder they were hacked.