Universal Medicine cult gossip September 2014Posted: September 7, 2014
September 24: College of UM Emasculation and Humiliation Course September 17: Dropkick journalist, Hamish Broome at it again *Cr Isaac Smith obfuscates September 12: Lance Martin talks about the decision on the College of UM’s Charitable Fundraising Authority Complaint September 9: Keep Universal Medicine out of Lismore City Hall September 7 2014: Schools invasion, local government questions and patient bashing
September 24: College of UM course in causing male anxiety
It’s a five week course in sexist stereotyping, passive aggression, ball breaking and gynaecology envy. Cult pharmacist, Michael Serafin, will be selling his line of over priced and over prescribed supplements, including special emasculation compounds designed to relieve the anxiety of thinking for oneself. Michael Benhayon will talk about the pressures of milking cash out of mediocrity and underachievement, and the strain of being an Esoteric ‘real man’. He’ll then impart how his Dad wouldn’t let him listen to the Red Hot Chilli Peppers so he’s now taking his aggression out on all of us with his Glorious Music label – music designed to annihilate passion in both sexes. Martin Gladman, Adam Warburton and Francisco Clara, whoever they are, will talk about how they never felt such Glorious anxiety until Serge told them ‘male energy’ causes women’s cancers, looking at women is ‘energetic rape’ and that men can experience a joy-full menstrual cycle. Victoria Carter who is calling herself a ‘registered’ Esoteric practitioner – registered WHERE Victoria? And doing WHAT? – and is experienced in trying very very hard to make herself seem important will be there to talk about how women can experience male anxiety as long as they believe any old thing Serge says. The six of them will hug each other a bit too long and talk about Sergio the bullshitter’s teachings on how supernatural entities rape people who drink so much as a glass of sherry, and how ‘prana’, whatever the heck that is, gives you cancer for lifetimes to come. All of which is AMAZING for the anxiety levels, as is finding the money to keep ‘clearing’ all that ‘imposed energy’ that no one had ever heard of until Serge blessed us with an overrated bowel movement.
The course comes with a guarantee it will cause anxiety, with a bonus helping of angst. If not, anyone who complains will be issued with a complimentary AVO.
An upcoming course will teach children to be afraid of dairy products, the dark and other invisible nonsense, and show them how to make friends with sexual predators helped by the endorsement of health professionals and parental assertions that said predators are spiritual leaders of ‘utmost integrity’.
September 17: Hamish Broome is a dropkick
Remember Northern Star thirty-something year old cadet journalist, Hamish Broome – the black listed idiot journalist who approached a few of us under a pretence of writing a story, told us he’d never heard of UM and knew no followers, but we later found out his wife is Serge’s premier butt kissing propagandist, cyber-bullying specialist and authority on other people’s marriages, Sarah Davis. Sarah Davis was organizing the RMRC cyber-bullying conference flop at the time.
Anyway, due to some extraordinary spinelessness on the part of Northern Star publisher, APN, and editor David Kirkpatrick, Hamish Broome still has a job at Northern Star – just no other paper anywhere for the rest of his cult compromised, ethics free existence.
Anyway, thank you to a reader for pointing out he published a story yesterday promoting UM’s top rung recruiters and Esoteric ‘self-care’, thinly disguised as a report on Labor party opposition to the GP co payment policy.
Local physiotherapist Kate Greenaway highlighted the need to fund preventative self-care programs to address the one in five Australians with chronic pain who already cost the system “$34 billion a year”.
“They’re predicting that this will increase with the ageing population to over five million people,” Ms Greenaway said.
Local GP Jane Barker and nurse Elizabeth Dolan said the health of frontline healthcare staff could implode with further cuts.
Dr Barker said Australia had one of the best healthcare systems in the world, but had reached a point where staff were facing an “intolerable” level of stress, with burnout a career hazard.
That line – Local physiotherapist Kate Greenaway highlighted the need to fund preventative self-care programs – refers to the cult’s all new pitch for federal funding for Serge’s property portfolio and the expansion of his occult Church of eternal clearing of ‘pranic’ energy for a premium price.
Isn’t that right, Kate? You and the other self-loving investors are trying to sell Serge’s scam to the Australian government?
Back to Hamish Broome. When we pointed out to editor David Kirkpatrick that the people he interviewed are financial associates/employees of UM, the company that pays his wife to bully victims online and organize recruitment events, Kirkpatrick did not give a toss.
Seems like a legitimate health story to me
And I would point out that UM and its followers have not been convicted of any wrongdoing that I am aware of so far.
If Hamish talks to a registered health professional about a GP co payment I think that is fair enough.
Never mind that the comments had nothing to do with GP co payments and everything to do with UM’s self-care pitch. Never mind Broome’s conflict of interest in promoting financial associates of his wife’s employer, a multi million dollar exploitative health scam opposed to free speech, that publicly bullies victims and slurs journalists for doing their jobs. Never mind that Broome was publicly declared a member of the RMRC propaganda team promoting UM, until someone woke up and whisked him off the page.
Kirkpatrick doesn’t give a toss that Hamish Broome is using the Northern Star as a platform to promote a dangerous cult.
Perhaps he’s a convert to the Church of Serge.
Councillor Isaac Smith
Smith has continued to talk about himself over at the Accountability blog. Hundreds of words about how he’s a great politician and a great guy, how bullying is terrible and blah blah blah, and about 50 words or less about how he can’t do anything about UM in City Hall because he has a conflict of interest. Thankfully other councillors from Lismore City Council took the notifications seriously, did the research and are now alert to UM and listening, without inflicting us with an election campaign.
The one good point Isaac made is to ask readers to contact their local Lismore councillor with their concerns about UM, and to ask them to keep UM out of Lismore City Hall. We have more impact when those affected speak up. If you’re concerned about revealing your identity, write to or call Councillors Greg Bennett and Gianpiero Battista and ask for your communication to be kept confidential. Please contact them. It’s one thing for me to give the Councillors a heap of information, but it hits home when people affected tell their stories. Do you have concerns for loved ones? Did UM break up your family? Are you being bullied by UM? Were you harmed or did you lose a lot of money to them? Please tell the Councillors and consider writing to your local state and federal member of parliament. In Lismore that’s Thomas George and Kevin Hogan.
I give up on trying to deal with Isaac Smith personally. I sent Smith additional information to help his research, seeing he was making a lot of comments and was either completely ignorant of the subject of UM or pretending to be. For that I got a reply demanding to know whether it’s me that set up a ‘fake’ Twitter account using his name and image, and asking why I would bully him, and how terrible bullying is, and if it’s not me, who is it and can I ask them to stop blah blah blah?
I told him to stop wasting my time. I’d never heard of Isaac Smith until three or four weeks ago, and wish I never had. Like I have nothing better to do than pursue a small town councillor hundreds of kms from where I live. Whoever is running the Twitter account, I fully support that person’s right to free speech and anonymity, and I wouldn’t tell Smith who they are even if I knew. Certainly not as someone who has been subjected to constant harassment for speaking out about UM. As for asking them to stop, Isaac Smith reckons he’s running for the state seat next year, but if he’s that precious about a critical Twitter account, he won’t cut it in the Coliseum that is state parliament.
Like I have time to fight his battles when we are engaged in trying to bring a large, aggressive, international cult to account.
All of Smith’s nonsense is obfuscation on steroids. We have concerns about UM bullying, rorting, ripping off, molesting, abusing family court processes and preying on kids, sexual abuse victims and cancer patients in significant numbers under Smith’s nose, and he’s carrying on about how he feels bullied because someone says stuff he doesn’t like on Twitter.
Remind you of anyone?
September 12: Decision on the College of Universal Medicine Charitable Fundraising Authority
From Lance Martin:
Universal Medicine are celebrating the dismissal of my complaint to the OLGR regarding their fundraising authority. As usual, it’s a load of spin, so here’s some clarification.
According to the NSW Office of Liquor Gaming & Racing that oversees Charitable Fundraising Authority, CoUM didn’t strictly require a fundraising authority and UM became aware of this during the investigation. Therefore, CoUM didn’t reapply. This is because unregulated fundraising is apparently allowed among ‘like-minded’ people. So Serge’s followers can be suckered out of any amount of money. They’d only require a CFA for wider public fundraising. Ergo, even though the OLGR might have wanted to act, there was nothing to act on.
Other points I’d raised regarding public benefit within the complaint are, apparently, administered by the ACNC. The ACNC are totally dysfunctional and have given me and others contradictory indications on what they can, can’t, will and won’t do.
However, I was informed the ACNC did seek an undertaking from Serge and CoUM regarding the conflict of interest we had flagged. That’s good. But not good enough.
The ACNC, for a little context, have only revoked the charity status of four organisations, yet we are all aware of harmful organizations that run charities, like UM, Scientology and Christian Assemblies International that we saw on ABC 4 Corners. The current Federal government is in the process of abolishing the ACNC, so the word is that no one there will stick their necks out to investigate issues.
Despite this, the ACNC and the OLGR have indicated they are carefully watching the College of UM to see if they behave like a charity. We’ll hold them to that.
I still believe they fail to meet the public benefit test and will be making further representations about this – and other matters -until someone wakes up that CoUM is not a charity in the sense that a reasonable person would understand it to be; least of all a “true” charity as Serge strangely claims it to be.
For the public and the many people that have contacted us about this in the last two years, it is apparent that the regulators are slow to act and then only within the strictest interpretations of the legislation they administer. Many have voiced their frustrations to us at their inability to do something and have given us advice at how to proceed.
The group on the other hand use legislative constraints and ensuing regulatory inaction as both proof and exoneration, when nothing could be further from the truth (as commonly understood by regular folk)
Given the group persist in attacking us directly and indirectly, we have the motivation to continue our efforts to bring them to account. And continue we will.
September 9: Keep Universal Medicine out of Lismore City Hall
It was only this morning I realized this evening was the monthly Lismore City Council Meeting and the last before the next predatory Esoteric Womens Health Breast Cancer Care and bequest harvesting Retreat to be held at Lismore City Hall on October 10, which was unfortunate because it gave me very limited time to get a request for a motion to ban UM from Lismore City Hall to the Council. Anyway, I got an open letter up on the blog and an email out to the Councillors and a response from Mayor Jenny Dowell which I’ve posted in the comments of that blog.
Lets see if the Council does the right thing and turfs them out.
September 7: Humdinger round up
UM in Schools
It’s been a hectic few weeks in the Accountability bunker. The cult launched its initiatives for infiltrating schools with the commercial Teachers are Gold project and the Benhayon’s commercial exercise class embarrasment, True Movement. It’s one thing to pitch Esoteric rubbish at adults, but our readers took exception to UM going after children, and mobilized to help us notify schools and local officials. True Movement made the mistake of falsely advertising a list of local private schools on their website, and the feedback I received from notifying those schools were emphatic denials of any involvement with UM and its indoctrinatory rot, and indications they were receiving legal advice.
UM never learns though. They still think they are soul-full purveyors of love and light. The True Movement site still features a photo of UK school children who’ve never done True Movement and were lured to the Lighthouse, UM’s UK hub, for swimming lessons at Simone Benhayon’s cult subsidized swimming business. Watch that space. They’re still advertising a Schools Program as well.
In response to a concerned parent starting an Avaaz petition, the Brides of Serge then started their own cult spam petition on the same site, in breach of Avaaz’s content standards, to promote the Teachers are Gold teacher recruitment and in schools grooming business registered to Michael Benhayon. Avaaz is an activism petition site, and its terms and conditions state it’s not to be used for commercial promotions and advertising. They’ve received at least one notification, but the thing is still live. A link on the page lets you mark it as inappropriate, so please visit the page and do so. If any of our readers have a connection with Avaaz, please give us a hand and talk to them for us.
Either way, I doubt a cult petition is likely to impress federal education Minister Christopher Pyne. The Keep Universal Medicine cult out of schools post has suggestions for what you can do to help, which is write or talk to the appropriate officials, and has a link to a notification that can be downloaded and sent to your local school if you think it’s at risk of being invaded by aggressive cult bullies and groomers.
Cult members’s choice wins business award
Universal Medicine Pty Ltd then won People’s Choice award at the Lismore Chamber of Commerce Business Excellence awards with a spam vote from cult members all over the world – eliminating competition from legitimate local businesses that don’t have an international following of religious investors.
UM & local government
Next, we were informed Esoteric Women’s Health Pty Ltd sought a discount for venue hire at Lismore City Hall for their upcoming predatory Breast Cancer Care and bequest harvesting retreat. Mayor Jenny Dowell voted in favour, in spite of having been notified of UM’s abusive behaviour, and questions were raised about Councillor and state candidate Isaac Smith’s seconding of the motion before absenting himself over a conflict of interest. Mayor Dowell’s response to questions about her support for UM have been highly unsatisfactory, and while Isaac Smith took the trouble to answer our questions on the Accountability site, he’s feigning ignorance of anything UM. The question remains, will Lismore Council ban UM and its predatory promotions from City facilities.
Report of harm to patient in Daily Telegraph
Last Sunday, the Daily Telegraph featured a report on a patient who’d been misdiagnosed by one of the cult doctors, wrongly prescribed two years of chemotherapy, wrongly put on the lung transplant list, and to add insult to grievous bodily harm, referred by that doctor to useless Esoteric healers. The cult reacted with the expected hysterics, squealing ‘lies’ and media bias, but surpassed their usual putrid aggression with outrageous denials stating the patient had never been to the UM clinic and never received the treatment – denials they could only make honestly if the doctor has unlawfully released her medical records to the degenerate Brides of the Hierarchy. So either the doctor is breaching Australian law, or the cult’s propaganda division are liars. Probably both.
It’s what patients can expect from UM’s self-loving health professionals.
And the brainless Esoteric lynch mob are busy on the cult blog chiming in to the chorus of scripted vilification of the victim – which could be good news for that patient. The more they attempt to publicly mob, discredit and intimidate her, the bigger her damages claim will be against UM, with publicity to match. Well done, Desiree.
As for propaganda shit slinger, Alison Greig, she should keep sitting on her symbol and dishing up her ‘true expression’. The more she does, the more the public learns about the dangerous noxiousness that is UM.